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No. LXIX. 




1</ Jamutry, 1856. 



THE 




MILITIA LIST; 

EXHIBITING 

THE BANK, STANDING, AND VARIOUS SERVICES 

OF BVERY 

REGIMENTAL OFFICER IN THE ARMY 

SEEVINQ ON PULL PAY, 
iHCLDDiNo ras 

ORDNANCE AND ROYAL MARINES; 

DI8TIN0UISHIN0 THOSE 

WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE PENINSULA, 

WHO WERE AT WATERLOO, 

WHO HAVE RECEIVED MEDALS AND OTHER DISTINCTIONS, 

AND 

WHO HAVE BEEN WOUNDED, AND IN WHAT ACTIONS; 

WBAVU Vht VftiM nt &f rbUf %nXft m dfull imv »«U »iip. 

OIVINO ALSO 

THE DATES OF EVERY OFFICER'S COMMISSIONS, 

AND 

DISTINOUISHINO THOSE OBTAINED BY PURCHASE. 



By Majoe H. G. HART, 

DEPOT BATTAXION OF TEMPLEMOEE, 




LONDON: 

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREEt^ 

1866. 

Dy^itized by vj^Q^^^lC 



^ 



^ * . -^ 



CONTENTS. 



9AQm 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 3—13 

Greneral and Field Officers who 

have retired 14 — 17 

Officers with superior local rank 18 

Indian Army 19—20 

Yeomen of the Guard 21 

Corps of Gentlemen at Arms .... 22—23 
Fajmasters omitted from their 

proper places 24 

Staff at Head Quarters ........ 25 

Aides-de-Camp to the Queen . . 25 

Regiments of Cavalry.... «... .. 26—51 

Regiments of Infantry 52— 2i7 

Chatham Garrison, Provisional 

Battalion , and Invalid Depot . • 228 

Cavalry Depots • 228 

Depot Battalions 229—231 

Royal Fencibles 232 

Recruiting Suff 238 



PAOK 

Royal Artillery 234—254 

Royal Engineers 255— S65 

Ordnance Medical Department . . 266 

RoyalMarines 267—283 

Commissariat Department* • • . . . 284—287 

Army Medioal Department ,... 288—298 

Staff OAeers of Pensioners .••• 299^02 

Chaplain Department 302 

Garrisons and Military Establish- 
ments 303 

Staff— at Home and Abroad •• . . 304-^09 

Eastern Army 310—315 

MUitary and Civil Departments . . 316 
Ordnance Storekeepers and Bar- 
rack Masters 317—321 

Pay Tables and Prices of Com- 
missions 322 — 323 

Militia 324—365 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

DUtuigqished SiTTifes 366 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
G.C.B. Knight Gra$id Cross of the Order of the Batli. 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George. 
K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

C.M.G. Companion o( ditto ditto 

G.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Gaelj^fc Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Commflnder of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

C Before the Name, daaotas that tlte Officer i^as at the Battle of Trqfalffar. 
9 Before the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Perdnsutay or the 
South of France, 

C Officers actnally present in either of the actions of the 
(B2a Waterloo MedHl. J 16th, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Snch Officers are 
C. allowed two years* additional service. 

N.B. In the List of General and Field Officers^ the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired from the Army, who have been specially allowed to retain their Rank, but 
without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attached ; the Letters s. and r. t^er the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the Staffs or on the Recruiting Service ; the letter r. before the name denotes that the 
Officer belongs to th^ Reserve Battalion. The Letters R. M, !n the Cavalry Regiments, 
allude to the Riding Masters; the Letters d,pm, and d.a^. denote the Dep6t Paymaster 
and Depdt Adjutant respectively. — ^The * hrfore the Name or Date of Commission, de- 
notes Temporary Rank only. The Letter p h^ore the Date indicates that the Commission 
was purchased. General Officers, With the prefix of a f, are on the half pay of their last . 
Regimental ComnaiaaioDs. 

The words subscribed to the titles of ReaimenU, as " t^eninsula,*' " Waterloo," kc, 
denote the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by snch Regiments on their 
colours and appointments, in commemoration of their Services. 

Digitized by \^jOO*^ It! 



FIBLD-MABSHALS. 

His M^etty l!he KI9Q of Uit BBLGUKfl^ KB, 0OB, t ^CS, S4 Umj, 1818. 

His RoTd mitkmm. FmAHCIS AIAtRT AVOUflTDS CHA&LB8 EUiNUSL, DUtt of ftAlOllT. PliaCS of 
SAU-MlOinm A]d) GOTHA, Jr6F. JTr. JTP. 0CB. &CJtf0. 8 Feb. 18a-0»te«l Qt \U di«M4iw 
Owls, M Up^ M; OotoMMn-Ohief of tbo Btflo BrigMle, 88 ScpU M. 

9 a. Ttobomt OOMBSBMBBSi «a£.4' BCM. 1 XJUb Q4f. Constants pftfu Tmv^ruf Lmim» t Oet. 6ft 

9 «B JOHN Vmi of BtEAFFOBD, GCB.^BOB. ColdiftrMun Gdf. Gov. of Limdondarru »nd Cuimore, t Oei. 86. 

9 as HBNBT, TiMOUift HARDINQE, GC3. 67 F. CammemdInffHn'CkUf, 8 Oct. 6& 



1890. V9Uj. 
EdoB. Smrl ff Cork* JTl^. 

1888. 88 July. 
PnnriiJ 



188?. lOJMMry. 

9 SirJobaSlMdB,Mt.0CB, 

3l>r.Oda. 
f J. M«K«D2to 
f 5irH.F.0«m|*eB,f CB. 

♦ •car. 86 F. 
P. C. While, from Q?. Qds. 

1841. 88 Not. 

Bicbard Bloat, 08 F. 



• Bieb 
ucraid 



95lfT. 

Bart. OCB.laCS, 84 F. 
9 Sir Balph BarUng, aCTff. 

1848. 8 Hot. 



9 Sir a Bolkelqr tertoii, 

«CJf0« JTCJT. 88T. 
9 Sir H.l.CamiiU]iK,KCir. 



9«a £I<r Col. Uftlkeit, 
eCM.4OCM.UV.,Q0fK 
cf CkoUea Mo^iUU 



1861. 



Not. 



9 air Jota A. WaUaee, St. 

fCB.88F. 
air O. PownpU AdaiD^ 

rcjr.oor. 

9 air J. Wriffht Galte, J8<. 

jrCJ1.86F. 
Bictenl F%ot, 4 Dr. Odt. 
airJwm. Wutaon, rCB, 14F. 
9 a<rH.Bo«islM,Bf.0Oa. 

^«GM07\5V. 

18M. 80 June. 

B.Herbert 

A.Anw«rDgBjifkB.lr,Ar. 

9Mt. iron. Mr B.Btek«iie7. 
0CB, 4 0CM.ir.J4.' 
«ev. of Oktiioa Mo^pUmL. 

9 tUr TiU. Hawker, JCCir. 
OBr.CMt. 

•air J. Witaon,JrCB. 11 P. 

i9aLJ9tm,Urd 9e«l4»» 
0CB. tfClfO. OCM. 8 
LUieO««atfi. <S»ni. ^Ae 
XVMnf to /relim4. 

9 8*r IVm. M*MahoD» Bl. 
BCB.I8F. 

9ift air Atas. WoodftMd, 
GOB. GQM0. 48 F. 

9 J.JBar<<»/WertiQorlan4, 
QGB^46CM,MV, 
— ,849. 



JlUBe,8 
OMion 



9Hi«h, rtocOcng^eCA 
R. Horee Ooard^ CVIenel 
im-CkUf^tko9l>tkBi/too. 



9 ttS Sir James Maedonell, 
JrCB. JCCJ. 71 F. 

9liaJu. W. tteifh, OB. 
SLaneers. 

9 Sir Wm. Gabriel OaTTi 
CZB. XOa. 08 F. 

9 V'. A, Johnso» 

9 air J.F.F}UGeMl4,X<7B. 

9|tl air Artlwr B-CUfton, 

ZCB.&XCB.XDn. 
9liaC.M. BaWCatheart, 

KCB. I Br. Oda. 
9 Sir Alex. Lelth, JTOB. 
81 F 
9 Bon, Bug h Arbutlmott, 

^_g^ 88 F. 
9 air J.I)oii!Mai>X^0B.48 F. 

JTCB. 08 F 
9 air WUlo^ghby Cotton, 

0CB.XCB.88F. 
9 Sir J. BaatMiry, XCM, 

9 a. B. Bar j Beaaekanp, 
10 Hassan. 

9 881 B<m.B.P.L7iOQ,CB. 

ISDrt. 
air Geo. Whituore, KCS. 

Boyal Baglneers 
HeniT Shadfoitk 
Wsir Wm. Toyll, XOB. 

7 Hussars. 
9ni air a.|i.F.BeBkele7, 

JTGB. 86 F> 
SaekTUle H. Berkeley, 76 F. 
WIrrToiuiel 
WSk Sir Q.SeoTell, XCB. 

4 Lt. Ors. &0V. of tho B. 

Jfilitery OolUgo, 
9 Ulysses, Lord Downes, 

BOB., 88 F. 
9 G. Marq. of Twee4dale, 

KT.CB.UW 
mSttf.W, Twneh. KCB, 
{flftHeaiy Wysdhani, II 

HussaiB. 
9 Fred. Ren. Thackeray, 

CB. B. Buff. 
9J.F.Blrcb,CB.B.Eag. 
GnstaTua NlcoUs, do. 
9 Hep. BTelesh, R. Art. 
Hon, W, H. Gardner, do. 
Geoiye Wright, R. Bug. 
Fred. Walker, R. ArtiUery 
9 Ml air B. Bovater.jrcir. 

49 F. 
Jowph W. TobI%, R. Art. 
9 m Sir V. M. Gomm. 

JTCB. 18 F. 

1884. 98 Nov. 

9fa air H.D.BOSS, GCB. 

B. Art. Ad!>w<a9U etm$rtd, 
90111 /»rBob.W«i.G«rdi>er, 

JTCB. BaB.3l.Ail. 
SW Bdward NJcolta. BQM, 
latoofB.IIar. 



1888. 

9 9ft Bon. Henry Murray, 
OB., 14 Drs. 8 Feb. 



1 9 Sir John Grey, KCB. 
6F. 90 FM. 

I Tho. BTans, CB. 81 F. 

I 9 Sir A. Maclaine, BCB. 
! 68 F. 6 Juno 

C 9 £• Lawrence, CB. lata 
I of B. Marines. 80 June 
IGeo.JoneSy/i'omB.Mar. do. 

WBk.B.CteBoUy,Uli of B. 
Marines. dot 

Geo. "BttXtjtfrom B. Ma» 



9 Wm. Wood, CB. KB. 8 
West IndU Bogt. 81 Aug. 

a ia Bir James iimiMoii, 
0CB.87F. 8Bep. 



LIEVT.-0maLAL8. 

1881. 11 Not. 

Rieh. Unlaoke,lateB.Ir.Art. 

Geo. Irrlng, do, 

9 air J. F. BBJioyne,0CB. 

firotn B. Bng. Xnapoetor^ 

Gen, of Fortyi^iofM. 
9 C. Athe a'Court-Bepiog- 

(00, CB.B^. 41 P. 
9 Sir Cha. Wm. Lesley, 

BCB. B. Bng. 

IT. ^ * ' 
H. 
H. C. B. Yeraoo, CB* 
Sir J.A. Hope, KCII.M. 
Sir B. J. Harrey, CM, fi 
West India Begt. 
9airFrederick9tOTin,Bi^B 

KCMG. 88 P. 
9 R. Q. Baio-(naiget, CB. 

19 F, 
9 Sir C, F. Smith, KCB. 

from B. Eng. 
9 Alex. Thomson, CB. 74 F. 
Digitized 



. B. Aylmef 

. J. llddell, KB. F, 



9C. G. BUicomho, CB, 



from B« Bug. 

- - nrm. F. F. 



MoFior, 



9A4rWa 
JTCB. 99 F. 

fF.M.MIhMihWF. 
m J. BeeTt, 81 F. 
W. A. Uoidoa, CB. 84 F. 
T.Kenah, OB. 08 F. 
B.Wy9rwd,CSB.,88F. 

mwf C 

OUtfo/Ai8nitt«r. 
9 Sir Tho. W. Brothmton, 
KOB, M Hoeiws 

fair A. J. Balrym»l%B/. 
Sir Jae. Hy. Beyaett, 
BOir. 48 F. 
William Smelt. CB. 87 F. 
9 air John Boll. B<7B. 4 F 
98.B.Auchm«ty,CB., 7 F. 
9 Thomoi Lightfbo^ €(B. 

9 air Geo^ Bfown, GCB, 

KB. Bifla Brig. 
B.S.Bioogh,B.Art. 
9 John AitchlM% 79 F. 

1864. lOJnw. 
BUBoyalBi 
W.F. C Bukoof 
bridge, KG, KP, GCB, 
GCMG, Seoti FttsiL Qds. 

1864. 80J«Be. 

9 G. A.HenderMn.Bir. KC, 

68 F. 
9 11> B. MaephersoB, CB, 

KB, 78 F. 

J Philip Hay. 
IS. Irrlng, late B. I. Art. 
9IIIR Arch. Money, CB 

KC2Dn, 
9 Hen. A. Proetor, CB.07 F. 
9 Wm. Jerrois, BB. 70 P. 
9 Sir F. Cockbom, 06 P. 
9 Patrick Campbell, late of 

B. Artillery. 
Ca B. Parkinson, CB. 88 F. 
Baa R. Lluenyn, CB.88 F. 
9 W P. A. Lantoar, 8 Drs. 

rB.rir. 

9 M air Wqi. Chalm8rs, 
CB. BCA 78 F. 



Jas. Chiud. BooreUer, 
BC.8Br.0ds. 
9aa A:fr Harry Qeoige W. 
Smith, Bart.OCB, Rifle 
Brig . Commanding tht 
Northern t MidUtnd 
JHstriett, 

Felix Calvert, CB.00 P. 
1 Sir De Licy Bvans, 
GCB, 91 F. 
9 Wm. Hen. Scott. 
9 air Tho. Wilishire,Barl., 
KCB. 61 F. 

J Bom. H. E. Butler 66 P. 
E. Fleming, CB, 97 P. 
Sir John Bolt, JTCB. 
XC. 9 F. 
G. Gudew, B.Bttf. 

by ^oo^ It: 



• P. BiOnbiifge, QB.U P. 
9 Wm. O. Power, CB. KB, 

ifhoi. S. Nvpter, CB.10 p. 
V,Thorn, CB.KM.9V. 
W.H.8Mr«ll, CB. 79 P. 
9tL W. L. Dulilif , 0B P. 
Vt Bir Jo*. TlMckweU, 

0CB, KB. 16 La&oen. 
9 m A. Macdonald, CB., 

from R. ArU 
9 Sir Wm. L. Horrtes, CB, 

KCH 06 P 
9 J. McDonald, CB, 08 P. 
9 Goo. Wm. Patf, C3. JTJSr. 

TOP, 
9WI£oniJ.H«r.86P. 
9 Aomu J. WemyM, CB, 
► 17 P. 

9H. TlMWiai, CB, 10 P. 
9 Ml Wm. Rowan, OB, 

19 P. 
9 M Jm. Bhaw Keanedy, 

OB, 41V, 
9mA.W.H.£or<28aiid7B, 

7 Or. Odf . 
9 Sir Prod. AdiworCh. 44 P. 
9HaB3alaeaTla,Crjkr0.rJSr. 

65 P. 
90.L.Goldl«,CB.,77P. 
9 Ooo. Powell HisgfniOD, 

94 P. 
9 m Sir Oeorge Bowles, 

JTCB. 1 W. I.R., JUmK. 

^ «A« TeiMr of Lmdom, 
Tlio. Banbury, JTJT. 00 P, 
9 AiM- H. P.C. CaTendUh, 

aDr.Gds. 
W. J. Aldred. 
9 m T. W. Bobbins, 80 P. 
ittlB.lfacneil,8P. 
Wm. Sathefland, 68 P. 
9 H. Baiaey, OB. KB. 98 P. 
9llflUr<0i».CbarleiGore, CB. 

rir., 91 P. 

9 mW.L. Walton. 

9 Bd. Panihawe, CB. R. 

Bnc. 
Tho. J. Poibes, R. Art. 
C. R. Pox. 

Tlu). Patenon, R. Art 
9 Gha. Aug. Shawe,./>vm 

1864. Nor. 98. 

Pr.Campb6lI, R.Art. 

fOoo. Turner, CB. R.Art. 
.M. Wallace, R. Art. 
Ricb. Jones, R. Art. 
9Jobn Mlebell, CB, from 
R. Art. 

1866. 

9 Ha Mildm. Pane, 96 P. 

80 Jan. 

Ca air J, H. Wallace, JOT. 

17 taaeers. 6 Peb. 

9iroi».J. Pinch, CB .90 Peb. 
9MIWm.G.Xoore6 June 
9 Tbomas A. Parke, CB. 

&Qm R« Marines 90 June 
in air John Owen, JTCB. 

JUT. from R. Mar. do. 
John Wrifht, KB. late of 

R. Marines do. 

9 Charles Meniies, KB, 

ttouk R. Mar. do. 



jAeut^Omerah*^^M€ffor' Generals. 

9ipi Bdw. Byam. 

WnUaan Rofers. 

Geo. Cha. Barl of Lucan, 
JCCB, 8 Htaanrs 

9 MB Gha: Yoriie,88 P. Jfi- 
Utarp B9croiarv to tlU 
PiHd Manhal Com- 
mandimgHf^Chitf. 

J.H.Rlcbardson. 

fair J. R.. Eustace, KB. 

ttl B. Dirummond. 

9 Boh: Bir E. Cost, KOB. 

Dennis Daly. 

W. Chamberlayne. 



XAJOS^^SnERALB. 

1861. 11 Not. 

9 WilUamGoorge Cochrane. 

ComnuMding tho Dublin 

DUtrict. 
9 BB air Henry Somerset, 

KCB. KB, from Cape 

Mounted Rifles. Coot' 

mander -In- Chief at 

Bombay, 

I N.Wodehouse. 

[enry, Dvke ^{/'CleTeland, 

Geo. Aug. Wetherall, CB. 

KB, 84 P. AUvtant-Qon, 
W.Douglas, h.p. R.Eng. 
9 m J. P. Lore, CB,KH. 

Lt,'Qov, ofJortoy, 
l!fi Bon. George Anson. 

Commander - in - Chief, 

East Indies, 
9 airD, McGregor, KCB, 
9 N. Hamilton, KB. from 

Intp. Field Qjf, 
9 IB Cha. Anth. Perdinand 

Bentinck. 
9 Gr. G. Lewis, CB, from 

R. Eng. 
9G. J. Harding, CB, do., 

Lt.'Bov, of Qutmeey. 
C. G. J. Arbuthnot. 
C. G. Palconar, KB. from 

Inap, Field QffUer, 
air Richard England, 9 CB, 



Sir W. M. G. Col^b^ook^ 
OB. KB, ftom R. An. 
Gooemor & Oommnndor*' 
h^OMofofBarbadoe, ^« 

9 Tho. Buriie 

9 WnuCator, CB. frpm R* 
Art. 

J I G. S. Thwaites 
oseph Jerrard 
Jas. Tho. Barl of Cardigan, 
JirCB. from 11 Hassan, 
Inipe^ing General of 
Cavalry, 



fi W. C. Coles 
ir} 



KB. 60 Pc 

9 Alex. Piaher Macintosh, 
KB, Commandinif the 
Troops in the Ionian 
lelande, 

9 HO B. Lord Hotham. 

9 Jos. Paterson* 

John Home Home. 

fMathiasEyerard, CB.KB. 

iCecUBisshopp, CB. 

99a 5lr W. R. Clayton,Bf . 

J. Spink, KB. 

9«OJas. Jackson, KB, 
Lt.-Oen, Oommandinff 
the Force* at the Cape of 
Good Hope, 4* Lt^Gov. 

9 R. C. Mansel, KB. 
Commandinif the Cork 
Dietriet. 

9 John Dmmmottd. 

9 J. Preeth, JTif. 64 P. 

MrC. R.CDonnell. 

John LesUe, KB. 

{I Rob. B. Coles, 
lift E.P.Buckley 
ir Richard Doherty, from 
In^ Field Ctir* 



1854. 20 June. 

J I J. Taylor 
! P. J. Daries 
I John Praser 
onathan Peel 

Marcus Beresford, Com- 
manding a Div. of the 

Madras Army. 
9ttlBir Jas. Chas. Ghat- 

terton, Bt. KB, Com- 

mafiding the lAmench 

District. 
J. H.XorttHowden, JTCB. 

KB. 
9R. Douglas, CB, ret. full 

pay, R.Art. 
J. A. Blsr/ ^Rosslyn 
9 W. T. KnoUys 
Edward Studd 
5f r H.R.PergttsonDaTie, Bt. 
9 E* P. Gascoigue 
9L. B. LoTell, rir. 
9 St. J. A. Gierke, KB. 
9 Sir J. H. Schoedde, JT CB. 
air H. J. W. Bentinck, 

JTCB. 98 P. 
20 Thomas Reed, CB. 
Henry Fiso. MelTiUe, KCB. 

from 00 P. Commanding 

the Troops in Scotland, 
99a A. X. Clark Kennedy, 

CB. KB, 

Hor. G. Broke 

aa E. C. Whinyates, CB, 

KB. R. Art. 
9 aa T. Hntchesson, R Jlrt. 
aa J. Oldfleld, KB, from 

R.Eng. 
9 &BL T. Dyneley, CB, from 

R. Art. 
9 S<r Colin CampbeU, GOB. 

67 P. 
P. E. Graigie, CB, Com' 

manding a Div. of the 

Madras Army, 
E. P. Morris, CB, 
Henry CoWlIe 
9 aa E. Wm. BouTerie 
Geo. Gobbe, from R. Art. 
aa A. C. Mercer, do. 
Bon, Tbos. Ashburnham, 

OB, from 99 P. 
Michael White, CB, from 

IDrs. 
John Scott, CB. fri>m 9 

Lancers, Commanding a 

Div., Bombay Army, 
air J. L. Pennefkther.lCCB. 

46 P. Commanding the 

Forces at Malta. 



MichaelCreagh, KB. 
John Eden, CB, Com- ^ 

manding the KiUcenny] 

District, 
H. W. Barnard, Command' \ 

ing a Division, Bastem 

Army. 

9 aa J. Campbell, rir. 

Bon. G. Grey 

9_J. Chester, h.p. R. Art. 

W. Lord d« Hos, Dtp, \ 

UsHt. of the Toiler 
9 John Geddes, KB. 
W. H. ComwaU 
P. S. Stanhope, from Gr. 

Gds. 
9 A. Maclachlan, from R. 

Art. 
G. M. Hay, from Gold. Gds. 

Commanding the Troops 

ai the MauHthu. 

B Henry, Lord Rokeby, 

Sco. Pus. Gds. Oomnand- 

inga Division, Eastern 

Army, 
9 Gha. Gilmour, ret. full 

pay R. Art. 
H. Ed. Porter 
J. D. Rawdon 

, Wm. Beckwith, JTJSr. 
E. Robinson 
W.Breton, from 63 P. 

fiaa A. T. Maclean 
tephen Kirby, ret. f. p. R. 
Art. 
Arthur, Duhs qf WeUlng- 

ton 
J. J. W. Angentein, from 

Gren. Gds. 
J. W. KetUewell, ret. f. p. 
R. Art. 

2aa Tho. Marten, KS. 
, C, Dixon, ret. frill pay R. 
Ettf. 
P. Doull Galder, do. 
9 Tho. Ger. Ball 
aa Eaton Montais 
Guy C. Coi&n, ret. f.p. R. 
Art. 



•I. u, 

w 

Hen. 



rT. P. Thompson 
. T. BuUer 



'srj. 



Despard, CB, from 



Bir J. M. P. Smith, KB. 
ftvm R. Eng. 

9E. W. Bell, Lt. Gover- 
nor, and Commanding 
ths Troops at Jamaica 

9 John Reed • 

9 J.Jones,jri7. 



9 W^Cox, KB. 



. . S. Bastard, from R. Art. 
Geo.M. Eden, from Sco. Pus. 

Gds. 
Geo. Dixon, from Scots Pus. 

Gds. 
9 P> Manosell, from /iMf». 

Field Officer 
BirW.I.Co^ttagUm, KCS. 
from Col. Gds. Commander" 

in- Chief, Eastern Army, 
Dun. Grant, ret. f.p. R. Art. 
H. A. Scott, from R. Art. 
Wm. Wylde, CB, from R. 

Art. 
9.Ca Wm. Tumor 
W. Pludyer, from Or. Gds. 
John Wharton Prith, from 

Insp, Field €(fflcer 

8 Thomas Palls 
en. Cha. Russel, from R, 
Art. 
Wm. Pergnsson, retired fr&ll 

pay Royal Marines 
John Hall, from 1 Ufc 



Digitized by ^^jOOQ IC 



1854. fig Nov. 

I Adaa Ptfe Crawford, ret. 

tp.R.Art. 
f«'.B.Danda8, CB.from 

R.Art. 
B. W. QordOD, do. 
I iweph Darbjr, r«t. f. p. 

B. \n\l\€Tj 
6.U. UekvoodfCB. 

1S51. IS Dec. 

te-Richani Alrey, KCB, 
(^ter - If «r«r - Gene- 

vH«ghH.Rose,jrC/l./** 
(/•<«)•*« Ommitsianer 

e^iA< French Amty in 

St%. Sir in. Yorke Scar- 

HATCB. from A Dr. Gds. 

CiHamand, Caealrp DM- 

'vn, Boittm Army 
f Str Htriy D. Jonei, 

A CB. from B.£ne. 
fc G«oig9 BuUer, KCB. 

^ Rifle Br. 
^WD.Ejre,jrCll.a»m. 

"oMtov a Division, 

^.Aruty 

1851. 18 Dm. 

J-O.JoiiH,ret,f.p.R.Art. 

JJ.H.Stade.retf.p.K.KDg, 
|T.ar«irthiiii,wt,f.p.». 

}.Ulng,ret.f.i>.R.Art. 
;,"'Mo, ret. f. p. R. En jr. 
fJX.Viclor.rel.f.p.R.Enj. 

1854. itfDec. 
lT^%iuittid.CB.fromB. 

•«lW.BferetOD,C73.Jrjr. 

*wuiiaroi,reUf.p.R.Enf. 

1855. 
'>^Cli««y,fromR. Art. 

JJ»lto«, do. do. do. 

rn?**"*«y» do. do. 

'. H. Gnibbe, ret. f . p. 08 
%*• »wry, rtt. f. p. B. 

ir. J?!!"y*^ do- do. 

wj rA« Bafast District 

P w. Punieiiii, ret. f. p. 

««-p.B.Wfl«on,do.do. 
?;.*"l»nr Upton, from 
jCrtJiLOd^ 20 Feb. 

'^A^Chtimer, wt. f. p. 

'l'AmbtweLaiie,li.p.44/ 
|.. . 18 May 

W^.Emiiiett,ret.f.p. R. 

>fa\ar^A.wA'Jjf. 
fp.ltBi»g. 81 May 

1H». SOJofit. 

^.^H.^rd0D,«il„,df.p. 

rs(^j«^'.«tf.p.R.Mar. 
DT^?ift.f.p.R.Mar. 



Mqfor^Generab. — Colonels. 

T. R. CorjPtOD, B. 

Mar. 
9 Robert Mercer, reUrcd 

ftiU par, R. Marines 
C 9. B. Blllt, CB, R. 

Mar. 
J. Robyns, KB, ret. f. p. 

R. Marine* 
Joieph Walker, ret. f. p. 

B. Mariuei. 
D. Campbell, ret. full paj, 

B. Mar. 
Jafl. Whylock, ret. full pay, 

R. Mar. 
CbTho. Wearing, R. Marines 
G. B. Bqry, ret. ftxU pay, R. 

Mar. 
J.I.WiUes, R. Mar. 
D. McAdam, ret. full pay 

R.Mar. 
n. J. Gillespie, ret. full par 

R.Mar. 
S. Oarmtton, ret. full pay 

R. Mar. 
9 J. H. Stevens, ret. f.p. 

R. Mar. 

fC. C. Pratt, R. Mar. 
. S. Reignolds, r«t. f. p. 18 
F. 88 June 

Sir Richard Dacres, KCB. 
R. Art. S9 June 

John J. HolUs, ret. f. p. S5 P. 
6 July 
Hugh Eraas, ret. f.p.R. Mar. 
10 July 



1855. 31 Aug. 

lJas.M<Haffle,h.p.eOP. 
tf Rob. Blake Lyneh,Unatt. 
tPra. Campbell, do. 
tP C. M. John8on,h. p. Port. 

Serv. 
flCia CDlgf lo,irir.Unatt. 
f I J. Murray Belshes, do. 
t IB. Orlando Jones, do. 
t IT. Peacocke, do. 

t I Daniel Baby, do. 

t I Geo. Nicbolls, do. 
f \ Wm. Crokat, do. 

f 1 Rob. Bateman, do. 
i I Peter Dudgeon, do. 
f I J. Mitchell, do. 

t I NoreUffe VoreUflb^KB. 

b.p. 18Dr. 
f Rob. Mar. Leake, Unatt. 
Sir A, Joslah Cloete, CB, 

KB. Unatt. Commanding 

tke Troops in the Wind- 

ward and Leeward Isles 
9 WL G. Macdonald, 

7 Sept. 
|l Barth. Yigort Derinzy, 

KB. ret. f. p. Insp, Field 

Officer do. 

C. A. Windham, CB. Chief 

of the Stdiffy Eattem 

Army- 8 Sept. 

9 H. J. Delacombe, R. 

Mar. 18 Sept. 

Patrick Yula, ret. f. p. B. 

Eng. 9 Oct. 

James Gordon, ret. f. p. do. 

27 Oct 

9 John Ashmore, rat f. p. 

B. Mar. 80 Oct. 

Charles Otway, ret. f. p. B. 

Art. 2 Nov. 

W. P. WiUiama, CB. from 

R. Art. do. 

J. E. Dapuls, CB. from do. 

do. 

9flO John Cos, KB.K Dec 



COLOmSLS. 

1887. 10 Jan. 

L. Sari qf Harrington, 

CB. Unatt. 
ySirJohn MoriUyonWUson, 

CB. KB. Unatt. Mqjor 

of Chelsea Bospital. 
Bon. P. M. Cathcart, h. p. 

92 P. 

1888. 28 June. 
5<rGeo.H.Hawett,J3<. Unat. 

1841. 88 Nov. 
9aaiB.J.Biddleflden,UDatt. 

1851. 11 Xov. 

9 Sir Wm. Beid, KCB. B. 

Eng. Gov,^ Commander' 

in-Chi^ at Malta 
J. R. Craufhrd, Gr. Gds. 
William Stewart Balfour, 

Unatt. 
William Booth, h. p. 41 P. 
B. Greaves, Unatt. Deputy 

QMarter-Master G crural 

in Ireland 
Alex. Fraser, Unatt. 
9 Wro.Cuthbert Ward, B. 

Engineers. 
Lord Charles Wellesley, 

Unatt. 
9 SO W. H. Elliott, KB. 

h. p. 09 P. 
P. Edwards, Unatt. 
9 Wm.PrekeWilliams, KB. 

Unatt. Brigadier Oene- 

ral at Malta 
9 9181 W. Cartwright, Unatt 
WBL Arthur Gore, Unatt. 
9 Dav. Goodsman, Unatt. 
9 LoAus Owen, do. 
Pringle Taylor, KB. Unatt. 

Colonel of» the Staff at 

the Cape of Good Bops. 



9il2l T.R.Swlnbume,Unatt. 
fQQO-Whichcole, Unatt. 
cClJas. A. Butler, Unatt. 
T. Henry Johnston.h.p. 70 F. 
H. A. Hankejr, Unatt. 
HiSt J. Campbell. Unatt. 
Plomcr Young, KH. Unatt. 
H. D. Townshend, Depot 

Batt. Teroplcmoro 
Tlio. Wright, CB. Unatt. 
P. C. Grifflllis, Dragoons, 

CommarKdant of Cavalry 

Depot at Maidetone 
Tho. Wood, Gr. Gds. 
Wm. H. Eden, Unatt. Com- 

mandant at Cliatham 

flP. Faddy, ret. f.p. R.Art. 
oseph Clarke, 76 F. 

Sir J. Gaspard Lc Marchant, 
Unatt. Mt^.-Qen. Com- 
manding the Troops in 
Nova Scotia and Neto 
Bntnstvich 

C.Gascoyne, h.p. 17 F. 

Geo. Moncrieflf; ScoU Fus. 
Gds. 

Marcus J. Slade, h. p. 4 F. 

G.H.MacKinnou,CB.Unatr. 

9 Ch. Blachlcy, retired full 
pay, R. Art. 

9H. R.Moor,do.do. 

6. F.D.Wilson, Unatt. 

S. B. Boileau, 22 F. 

Edw. Sabine, R. Art. 

9 Anthony Marshall, retired 
full pay, B. Eng. 

9 Wm.Dunn.ret.f.p.B. Art. 

J. P. Sales Clarke, Unatt. 
Col. on Stafft Monmouth 

T.G.Higgins,R.Art. 

lion. G. F. Upton, CD. 
Coldst. Gds. 

Botu A. A. Dalzell, b. p. 
Insp. Field Officer of 
Militia, Assist. Ai\j.-Qen. 
in Scotland 

T. S. Pratt, CB. h. p. 26 F. 

T. E. KeUy. Insp. Field 
OMeer in London 

Andrew Brown, h. p. F. 

Wm. Thornton, Gr. Gds. 

a® Orlando Felix, Unatt. 

W. N. Hutchinson, Gr.Ods. 

SI H.F.Lockyer, JTIT. 97 F. 
Irocoo Bayncs, B. Malta 
Fenclbles 
M.C. Johnstone, 87 F. 

1852. 

9 aai Wm. Bell, R. Art. 
18 March 

2854. 

9 P. y. England, R. Art. 

17 Feb. 
9W.R.0rd, B. Eng. do. 
9 H. J. Savage, R. Eng. 

21 Mar. 



1854. 20 June. 

9 Fred. Meade, Unatt. 

9 SSt J. Wildman, do. 

9Wm. P. Forster, K'/r. Una. 

Deputy AcUutant General 

F.Johnston, Unatt. 

9 S23Alb. Goldsmid, Unatt. 

9 G. Walter Prosser, Lieut. 
Gov. B, Military College 

9 Edw. Macarthur, Unatt. 
Alaj.'Gen. Commanding 
tJis Troops in Australia 

D. H. Macdowall, Unatt. 

8 J. P. Hely, KB. Unatt. 
a® CB. Bowers, do. 



Digitized by V^ 



,pogle 



6 

9 John Ai-naud. KB, do. 
Oiffil Fred. Towers, Uiiatu 
^S£rT.L.MitcheU,do. 
^3 a. Garrett, ITJ/. 46 P. 
Kicli. Connop, Unatt. 
i)T.MolyhcuxWilliaDis, KJI. 

Unall. 
^ aSl W. Nepean, Unatt. 
iiifil A. H. Trevor, KB. 

Insp. Field Officer in 

Vablin 
R. R. Wilford Brett, tJnatt. 
TVm. H. Dulton, Unatt. 
£^l Q.'V.Bari of Albemarle, 

Unatt. 
O. T. Colomb, Unatt. Com. 

iZ. Hibernian MiXUary 

School 
Fra. Mara, of Conynghum, 

XP.^-dc^. Unatt. 
S. J. Cotton, 10 F. 
Mau. Barlow, 14 F. 
N. WiUon,/i:^.64F. 
13 J. N. Jackson, 00 F. 
Bote t Try dell, 88 F. 
Sm J. Clark, KU. Unatt. 

Comm. R. M. Asylum 
3'X&. Gray, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
|5 R. S.Piper, ret. f.p. R. Eng. 
J as. FojTo, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
|) //<;;i.\V.Arbuthnott,ilo.do. 
p Menry Blachley, do. do. 
Cja W. H. Stopford Blair, 

h. p. R. Artillery 
$ O. John Belson, ret. f. p. 

U. An. 
F. H. Turner, Unatt. 
R.W. Hroughjh. p. 4 F. Aat, 

Adj. ant. at Belfast 
R. F. Romcr, r«t. f. p. R. 

Art. 
E. H. 1). E. Napier, Unatt. 
>Mwai-d Hatvcy, t'uaii. 
R. C. Molbsworth, ret. f. p. 

R. Art. 
Jag. Robt. Yonng, h.p. 5F. 

yott Mttjor of fort 

OcorffC, Inverness 
Jolin Michel, CB, Mtijor' 

Gen.TnrhUh Cuniingeiit 
R. P. Douglas, Unatt. AtfUt, 

Affjitt.-Oetieral 
John Henry Prin^le, Unatt. 
C. B. Cumberiand, 06 F. 
C. C. Hay, Unatt. 
P. Hill, Unatt. 
W.L.Dame«,87P. 
C.Warren, CB.&oF. 
T. Gore Browne, CB. h. p. 

44 F. Oovfinior and Com- 

wandcr-in- Chief of A'#w 

Zealand 
O. A. Malcolm, Cil. Unatt 
R. H. Wynyard, CB. 58 F. 



Volonek. 



9 afll R. Uw, KH. R. New- 
foundland Companies 

Hon. A. F. Foley, Qt. Ods, 

Gordon Drummond, Cold- 
stream Guards 

9 J. H. Wood, ret. f. p. 
R. Art. 

Geo. Durnford, ret. f. p. 
R. Artillerj 

J. Stopford, CJ3. 64F. 



' Fred. Horn, CB. SO F. 

, J. F.G. Campbell, ItfF. 

I H. P.Bonham, Unatt. 

, J. H. Freer, ret. f. p. R. Art. 

{ A. W. Hope, do. 

! Lord Fred. Paulet, Coldst. 

Ods. 
■ Manley Power, 85 F. 
I John Rowland Smyth, CB, 
' Unatt. 



H. Haveloclc, CB. 53 F. I J. L. Smith, ret. f.p. R. Art. 

Adjutant-General, East ' 9 John Erre, R. Art. 

Indies W.J. D' Urban, h. p. 26 F, 

Chas. T. Van Straubenzee, ' Bep. Q^artermastH-€^en, 

3 F. I North America 



Alex. Murray Tulloch, Unat., 

Military Superintendent 

ofOut'Pensioners 
Wm. Geo. Gold, Unatt. 
Hon. R. Bruce, Or. Gds. 
A. Cunliffc Van Notten Pole, 

Jtup. Field OJicer at 

Glasgow 



9 H. J. French, Unatt. 

AMsist,'Adj,'Gen. Cork 
Terence O'Brien, Unatt. 

Assistant Quar.'MaHer 

General 
John F.Crofton,Unait4 AMSt, 

Mil. Superintendent ^ 

OiU'Pensioners 



E. W. F. Walker, CJB. Scots John Orattan, CB. Prmt. 

Fus. Gds. I Bip6t Batt, 

T. A. Drought, Insp. Field Hon. J. Lindsay, Qr. Gds. 

OJicer at Cork I Bon. G. A. F. Llddcll, Unat 

Thomas Harte Franks, CB, Wm. Sullivan, CB. Unatt. 

10 F. I H. Cariwright, Gr. Ods. 

P SjB Richard Hardingc, i G.V.Creagh, Unatt. Fermoy 

A'//. R. Artillery Depot Batt. 

Joseph Hanwell, ret. f.p., J. H. Bainbriggc, Unatt. 

R. Artillery i Ftjrt-Mt\;or of Guernsey 

Chas. Stuart, h. p. Ceylon A. A. T. Cunyngiiamc, CB. 

Kegt. I h. p. 61 F. Major-Gen. 



Lord O. A. F. Piget, CB. 
4Dit. 

Brooke Taylor, UiMitached. 

Assist. AtU, Gen. N. ^ AT. 

BUtrlct 
H. V. Brooke, CB. 39 F. 

Aide-dc-Oump to the 

(lueen 
G. T. C. Xapier, CB. Unatt. 

Aide - de - Camp to the 

(lueen 
9 W. John Bloomfleld, R. 

Art. Aide-de-camp to tite 

Queen 
£.Lugard, CB.S9 F. Deputy 

AdJ» Gen. at Bombay, 

Aide-de-Camp to the 

Queen 
Thos. Foster, R. Eng. Ai^tf- 

dS'Camp to tlie Queen 
9 F. Graham, CB. £. Uar. 

Aidi-de-Camp to the 

Queen 
dn^ J. A. Philipff, R. Uar. 

1 Aug. 
O £a F. Wftrdo, R. Art. 

13 Sept. 
f £a W .Ulngilby ,do. GNor . 
Tho. Fynmore, ret. full pay, 

R.Mar. 20 Nov. 

Jas. Buchanan do. do. 



Hon. A. A. Spencer, CB, 

44 F. j 

Chas. Ashmore, 36 F. 
^(Sl Henry Keane Bloom- 1 

flcld, 11 F. ' 

J. Lawrcnson, 17 Lancers 
S.J. Hoipson, Unatt. 
U. Andrews, R. Art. 
Cha. Frank lyn, 84 F. 
G. C. Mundy, Unatt. Under 

Secretary for War 
P. U. G. Seymour, Unatt 
^ W. E. Lcck, retired full 

pay, R. Art. 
H. W. Hartley, 8 F. 
W. A. M'Clevcrty, h. p. 

48 F. Deputy Quarter- 

Master General iti New 

Zealand 
Lewis Dunean Williams, 

S Ufe Guards 



Turkish Contingent 
H. Penleaze, Unatt. 
St. Vincent Wm. Bicketts, 

Unatt. 
P W. J. King, h. p. Royal 

SUff Ooriis 
FTon.'S. H. C. Massey, Unatt. 
#«» Jas. Henderson, KH, 

Unatt 
|) W. A. Le Mcsurier, hjp. 06 

F. Toten MaJ. ofAUkrney 
9 John Swinbum, Unatt. 
George Stuart h.p. 48 F. 
T. KeUy, KC. h. p. Cheshire 

Fen. Fort Major ^ TU^ 

bur}/ Fort 
R.£. Burrowcs, Kff, Unatu 
m T. Gloster, Unatt. 
$ T. O. Harriott b. p. R. 

Staff Oorps 
9 fiSI J. K. Ross, KH. 

Unatt. 



Robert Blucher Wood. CB. 
h. p. 07 F. Bep, AdjtUant \ Eardtey WUmot Unatt 
General in Ireland 1 ^. Basil Brooke, 67 F. 

Chas. £. Gold, 65 P. I H G. W. Keppet Unatt 

Cha. A. Lewis, Gr. Gds. l 9 SB J. Fitz Maurice, KB, 
Rich. French, UnaU. Unatt. 

William Campbell, 8 Dr.Gds. John Campbell, Unatt 
Wm. Parlby, 10 Drs. f J. Cr. Young, Unatt 



Henry Eyrt.>, Walnier Depot | George Congrevo, CB. 29 F. ' Fred. Mope, UnatL 



Batt. 
John Gordon, ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 
Lord William Paulet, CB, 

Unatt. 
|| P. M'Pherson, CB. Insp. 

Field-Ojficer at York 

C. W. Ridley, Gr. Gds. 

John Patton, Insp. Field- 
Officer of Brtsiol He- 
eruiiing Ditt. 

P. Farquharson, Pro9. 
Dci.6t Batt. 

D. A. Cameron, CB, 42 F. 
T. Mathecon, Unatt. 

|) Geo. Bell , CB.Insp, Field 
OMcfV at Liverpool 

R. D. Hallifax, 75 P. 

H N. Vigors, St. Helena 
Regt 

Robert Richardson* Robert- 
son. Unatt. 

Samuel Braybrooke, Ceylon 
Rifle Regt. 



Quarter - Aiast.-GtneraU 9 ^ A. During, Unatt ' 
East Indies i Joshua S. Smith, Unatt 

Pennel Cole^ R. Eng. Hen. A. O'Neill, Unatt 

|) Edw. Mat800,do. D^ptUy * Henry Clinton, Uuatt. 
Adjutant Qtntred t0 I/m 1 1| Fred. Chidley Irwin, KU. 



Corps of R. Engineers 
y Crighton Grier8on,ret f.p. 

R. Engineers 
Lewis Alex. Iiall,R« Eng.do. 
££1 P. Sandliauds, ret. f.p. 

R. Art 
B. H. VauRhan Arbnckle, 

ret. f. p. R. Art. 
Browne WUlis, R. Art. 
JohnT. HtH.li.p.21F. 
Juhn Lungfield, 8 F. 
Charles W. Morioy Haiders, 

CB., Assist. Coinm. Cav. 

Depot ai Maidstone 
F. W. Hamilton, Gr. Gda. 
Wm. Denny, 71 F. 
Charles Hastings Doyle, 

Unatt. Assist Qr.-Meis.- 

Gen. in Dublin 



Unatt. 
Wm. Mat Qoeset ret t,p^ 

R. Eng. 
9 I)an. Bolton, R. Eng. 
So W. C. Andtrson,R. Art 
H. Palmer, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
R. Say Armstrong, R. Art. 
P A. R. Harrison, ret t. p. 

R. Art. 
Robert Clarke, R.Art. 
Kich.Parker.l Life Gds. 
G. T. Rowland, ret. f. p. 

R. Art. 
James Brown, 43 F. 
9 H. R. Wright, ret. f. p. 

Royal Art. 
C. TroUope, 08 F. 
Robert Clarke. R.Art. 
A. T.Hemphill, 86 F. 



1854. 88 Nor. 

Jas. L. Baadent CB. retired 

full pay 80 F. 
9 Wm. Soil, KH. ret. f. p. 

R. Newfoundland Comps. 
Robert Terry, rot. f. p. 31 P. 
J.imes W. V'ttirLiouijb, ret. 

f. P.03F. 
H. C. Streatfclld, ret f. p. 

8^ P. 
HenrySenior, ret f.p. 65 F. 
Cha. Hughes, ret. f. p. 24 F. 
Joseph Kelsall, ret. f. p. 70 F. 
Wm. Blois,retf.p.fl9F. 
Edward Thomas Tronson, 

rot. f. p. 13 P. 
9 John Singleton, XH. ret 

f. p. 30 F. 
aeiJosepbMarkHarty, KB. 

ret f. p. S3 F. 
9 Eyre Jolm Crabbe, KB. 

ret. f. p. 74 F. 
9«)B Wm. Bumey, KB. ret. 

f. p. Cape Mounted Rities 
aao. Rocbfort, ret.f. p. 3 P- 
PhUipDundas, ret. f. p. 47 F. 
Richard Willtngton, ret. f. p* 

64 Ft 
22i it Westmore, ret. f. P> 

33 F. 
R. Patiieson, ret. f. p. 13 F. 
J. H. Pooie, CB. ret. f. P- 
I £3 F» 

I B E. J. W\\i9, rtt f. p. 70 F. 
! 9 Robert H ttntret f.p. 40 F. 
I E. W. Bray, CB. ret. t. P- 

80 P. 
' Arm!. Tennant retired fuH 

pay 85 F. 
9£.R.Hill,68F. 
I C. Wright R. £Bf> 
Oeo.W.Key,16Di*., 
P. Q. Shewell, CB. 8 Hussars 
F. R, Thomson, R. Bng. 
Kdw.Pole,12Lanc. 
Joshua Jebb, CB. ret. fuH 

pay R. Eng. 
Arthur Shirley, «|2*iv««tt 
Fred. Holt Bohe.CB. Unatt. 

9 Henry Pester, B- A"' 



Digitized by ^ jOU^ It,' 



1. J. Ltwrenct, CB, Rilici 

Br. 
Hon. Qeo. Cadogu, Or. Gn. 
C. 0. StKfttfldd, K. Enff. 
Pre. Skelly, 57 P. 
J. C. Hope Oibsone, Unatt. 
C P. Ainalie, li. p. 9 F. 
U.Daafril, Colds. Gds. 
Preeman Mamy,h. p.83F. 

Qvv. and Qm.-in^CkUf 

at Bermuda 
Hon. A. Kelson Hood, h.p. 

18 P. ' «' 

Oarld kuneli, 84 P. 
J.E.Portlock,R.fiDg. 
9 R. W. Storjr, R. Art. on 

retired full par 
R. W. Haey, 1 K 
H.SUrlcT, Ci?.88F. 
W. S. Nevton, GoldstrMun 

Gds. 
N. R.Browne^ T«t. f. p. M F. 
CC.W. M. Milmftn, 87P. 
Spencer Peroeta), Coldst. 

Ods. 
F4ward Qoulbum, Or. Gds. 
Uenry Cooper, 45 F. 
RandalRomle7,UnattJ?rl9- 

adier Gentral at Malta 
If. tSindbam* R. Bng . 
H. K. dtorkt, Uoatt. Mqf.- 

Gn, Commeuuiing at 

Scutari, Av. 
P«a T. C. Smith, Unatt. 
W.Satton, CapeM.B. 
ifea.G«o. C. Weld Forester, 

H. Hone Ods. 
K. C. Hodee. CS. 4 Dr. Gds. 
CCYaiboroagb, CB.91 F. 
Tbomss Crombie^ Unatt 
9 i. Macbean, ret. f. p. R 

Art. 
90 James, nU f. p. R. Art. 



Cohnels* 



B Wm. How Beanls, re- 1 
tlnrd full pay, R. Art. 1865. 

T. A. Letlibridge, do. do. 

Hwry Stow, ret. full pay ; Pemumert 5 Jan. 

O. Hutchinson, 80 F. Fermoy 6 Jan. 

Wm. Fraser.R.Art. , T. H. Riinington, ret. f. p. 

CharlMGoslUnff, Royal Art., R. Eng. 13 Jan 



Chas. Steuart, 14I)rs. 

C. H. Mee, retired ftiU par 

R. Art. 
J. L. Dennis, 04 P. 
T. Budgen. R. Sng. 
T. Desbrisay, h. p. R. Art 
C.B. Syinoas,R.Art. 
W. CGrady HaIy,C£. 47 P. 
C. Pegen, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 



F. Eld, ret. f. p. 00 F. 

10 Jan. I 
H. F. Ainslie, ret. f. p. AS 

P. do. 

Wm. Slater, ret. f. p. Depot 

Batt. 28 Jan. 

C. Rose, R. Kng. 88 Jan. 
Htm. C, Q, Scott, late of 

Scots Pus. Gds. 80 Jan. 



-• rjrp^"* ':>•• •• y **• •«»•"*• Dcow rm. was. ou Jan. 
W.W. d'Arley, ret. full pay Hon, A. Gordon, CS. Gr. 
«r » Cl* « .. I Oman's, D«jn«</^ Quar/er- 

W. R. Mansfield, Unatt | Matter eAeral 6 Feb. 
R. L. Hornbrook, ret. f. p. John Land, ret. f. p. R. 



flH.Pamier,do. 

H. L. Gantln« i«l. f. p. R. 

Alt. 
eaJ.A. Wilson, R. Art. 
W. H. C. WeUesIey, 7 F. 
H.£. Doherty,. CB. 14 Drs. 
1. H.Ferryman, 89 P. 
W. J. Ridley , Se. FiiB. Gds. 
W. R. Faber, 85 F. 
9 Wm. Hen. Law, 88 F. 
T. J. Galloway, 70 F. 
WUliasn Jones, CA. 01 F 
9€aB.Cuppage, R.Art. 
Uobert Born, B. Art. 
ea R. B. BaraaX^, reU full 

par R. ArU 
A. Jaidine, 75 F. 
J. H. Grant, CB. Drs. 
U. G. Denafs, 00 F. 
iohnllaeDaff,74F. 
T.M. Wilson, OOF. 
T* C. Luxmoore, ret. fall 

pay B. Eng. 
Geo. Staunton, 31 F. 
C. Cmieliiey, ProTlsJoDal 

Depot BatUllon 
wm. Pkris, ret. f. p.B. Eng. 
'.U.Qriffln,R.Art. 
P.H.Beddetoy,R.Eng. 
W.UaBiJtoik,78P. 
Ed«.Ylcars,R. Eng. ret. f.p. 
CiM. Rochfert BcotK, h. p. 

R. Staff Corps, Assist.^ 

(tr^Mat.'6eti.at Dublin 
H. K. Atherley, 99 F. 
Jfwor Ch«le» 70 F. 
y- 0. Brown, 24 F. 
U»JerTis,ProTlaiOBalBatt. 

atChaUMm 
U.W.8iBUii,h.p.l5Drs. 
J. M. Perceval, CB, 13 P. 
2- W. Stisted, 78 F. 
9 T.J. Adair, XTup, Yield 

9Meer ofBelfaetJBUenUt' 

PM.K.Guy,BF. 



R.Mar. 
E. N. Wilford, R. Art. 
H.P. Wulff,R. Eng. 
J. Hawkshaw, ret. f. p. R. 

Eng. 
C. H. EUice, 24 P. 
Tho. Hore, ret. full pay R, 

Eng. 
H. R. Jones, Dr. Gds. 
J. Tylden, ret. f. p. R. Art, 
H. Skipirith, 43 F. 
C. Ha«art, 7 Hussars 
Wm. Caiamy, ret. full pay 

R. Mar. Art. 
NicholasPalmer,ret.f.p.56 P 
VJ.Swinbttmc, ret. f. p. 88 P. 
Danlel.Praser,ret.f.p.42 F. 
Cha. High.PDtts,reLr.p.lOP. 
Geo.de Rottenburgh, Unatt. 

Assist . ihr,- Master 'Gai. 

in Canada 
Edw. Aldrlch, ret. f. p. R. 

Bog. 
W. Y. Moore. 5t P. 
J. I. Hope, R. Eng. 
W. H. Pickering, R, Art. 
R. J.Stothard, R. Eng. 
J. Clarke, ret. full pay R. 

Mar. 
J.Tuihill, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 
E. Ht>arlc, retired full pa; 

K. Mar. 
J. M'Arthur, ret. f. p.B. Mar. 
Henry EdoudeBttrxh Sidloy , 

ret. full pay, 60 P. 
Herbert MeiiUs, rut. full pay 

SW.I.Regt. 
W.Clendon, ret. f.p. R. Mar. 



1854. IDec. 

Oliver Robinson, ret. f. p. 
2F. 

F. Wigston, ret. tull pay, 18 

A. T. Rice, ret. full pay, 51 

P. 
W. H. Qillmaa, ret f. p. 

88 F. 
A. Gordon, R. Eng. 6 Dec. 
J. Garvock, Unatt Assist, 

<^, M. Oen. at Ceylon 

12 Dec 

9 8. B. W. Wesley, R. Mar. 

A4J.Qm, 13 Dec. 

E. F. Grant, ret. f. p. R. Art 

18 Doe. 

O. J. Beretford, ret. f. p. 

R. Art do. 

Hon. R. C. H. Spencer, ret 

f. p. R. Art do. 

H.C. Stace, rot f. p. R. 

Art. 16 Dec. 

G. H. Hyde, ret. full pay R. 
Art 80 Dec. 

T. P. Flude, R. Art. 80 Dec. 



I Mar. 10 Feb. 

H. G. Mltford, do. do. 

Corbet Cotlon,Unatt.A<«u^. 
AdJ, Gen. ofCawilry 

00 Feb. 

A. Tylce, ret. f. p. R. Art 
8 March 

F. S. Hamilton, do. do. 

C. W. Wlngfleld, R. Art. 
18 March 

M. Smith, 61 P. 88 March 

Wm. Calder, ret f. p. Stt{ff' 
OJiecr of Pensioners 

SO March 

W. B. Marlow, R. Eng. I Apr. 

A. Tulluh, R. Art. do. 

Henry Poole, R.Art lApr. 

Hen. Geo.Teesdale,Mo. do. 

Noel T. Lake, CB. do. do. 

J. Creagh, 86 F. 80 April 

James Watson, ret f. p. 14 
P. 16 May 

Henry Bates, 08 F. 18 May 

Sir Tho. St. V. H.C. Trou- 
bridge, Bt, CB. h. p. 28 
f. Aide-ds-Camp to the 
^«««*» 18 May 

J. E. W. Inglit, 82 F. 5 June 

David Foibes, ret. f. p. 91 
P- 6 June 

A.O. Blaehford, 24 P. 7 June 

J. Child, R. Mar. 22 June 

J. T. Brown, It. Mar. do. 

K. A. Parker, H. JIar. do. 

T. J. Valiant, 40 P. 25 June 

Hun. H. H. Man vers Percy, 

Grenadier Grds. Aide- 

dc-Camp to the Queen 

do. 

T. M. Steele, CB, Coldst 
Gds. Aide'de-Vamp to 
the ^uten do. 

H. D. Griffith, CB, 2 Drs. 
Aidodc'Camp to the 
ilucen do. 

J. W. Smith, CB. Unatt 
Astist.' Adj. ^General in 
JJublint Aide-de-camp to 
tlie Queen do. 

Hon. P. E. Herbert, CB. 
Unatt Aide-dC'Camp to 
the Qtieen, Qr.' Master- 
Gen. Easttm Army do. 

Tho. Hurdle, CB. R. Har. 
Aide-dc-Camp to the 
Queen do. 

CoUingwood Dickson, CB. 
R. Art. Aide-de-camp to 
the Queen do. 

W. 8. R. Norcott CB. 
Rifle Br. Aidtde-Camp 
to the Queen 

J. W. Gordon, CI?. R. Eng. 
Aide-dO'Camp to the 
Qiueen do. 

Tbomas P. Dwyer, R. Mar. 
14 July 



Prank Adams, CB, 28 P. 

C. R. SackviUe, Lord West, 

CS.21F. 17 July 

R.Wilbraham, CB. Unatt 

Arthur Borton, CB,9F, do. 
C. A. Edwards, CB. 18 P. do. 
Daniel Lysons, CA.23F. do. 
Hon. W. L. Pakeiiham, CB. 
Unatt. AdJ.'am.£astctn 
Ariwy do. 

W. L. Tndor, ret f. p. 86 F. 
10 Ausr. 
M. J. Western, ret. f. p. 64 F. 
17 Aug. 
J. R. Brunktr, h. p. 16 P. 
Bep, Ad^ut, Oen, at Cey- 
Jon 94 Aug. 

Charles Tyrwbitt, Unatt. 

31 Aug. 
F. Wm. Clements, ret. f. p. 
73 F. dS. 

Plercy Bcnn, B. Art do. 
R. C. », Clifford, Or. Gds. 
7 Sept. 
James Graham, ret. f . p. SO P. 
do. 
Pra. Seymour, ScoU Pus. 
Gds. 30 Sept. 

H.a.H. Prince W. A. Ed- 
ward of Saxe Weimar, Or. 
Gds. Aids- de 'Camp to 
the Queen 6 Oct, 

S. Hawkins, R. Mi^r. 30 Oct. 
S. Brownrigg, CB. Or. Gds. 
2 Nov. 
John St. Geori;e, R. Art. do. 
Edw. Chas. Warde, do. do. 
David Edw. Wood, CB. do. 
do. 
Jaa. Wm. Pitzmayer, CB. 
do. do. 

Fred. E. Chapman, CB. R. 
Eng. do. 

George B. Barker, CB. R. 
Art. do. 

W. M. S. M'Murdo, Unatt 
Direetor-General Land 
Transport Corps, Aide* 
dc Cump to the Queen 
II Dec. 
R. P. OampbaU, CB. 00 P. 
do. 

E. R. Wetherall, CB. Scots 
Pus. Gds. Aide-de-Camp 
to the Queen do. 

F. P. Haines, Unatt 18 Dec. 



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8 



Lieut.'Colanels. 



LIEUT.-COLOirELS. 



1812. 

Rod. de May, h. p. Watte- 
▼ille's Regt. 81 May 

9 SSL Sir Geo. Juliiu Hart- 
inann, KCB, 4' OCH, h. p. 
Oerm. Leg. 17 Aug. 

1817. 
|iaabrielBurer,Unatt.8 July 

18S4. 

9 9S Hon. Rob. Moore, 
h. p. ColdsU Gds. 1 Apr , 

1835. 27 May. • 

IB Ch.PurTiii, h.p. CaiuPenc. 
BenS, Gravet, h. p. 18 P. 

1886. SO Dec. 
W. Leader Maberly,Uuatt. 

1880. 88 July. 

Cha. H. Smith, KB. h. p. 

15 P. 
fi J. P. Oatee, Kff. h.p. 88 F. 
9 Chaa. Pratt, h. p. 90 P. 
9 O. SpoltUwoode, h.p. 71 F. 
9 J<u* Horton, h. p. Meu- 

ron'e Regt. 
C. Pringle, h. p. Oer. Leg. 
J.T. Whelan, h. p. R. Newf 

Pen. 

1837. 10 Jan. 

Jacob WaUoo, Unatt. 
9Hen.Nooth,h.p.l4F. 
|l SZI R. Howard, Unatt. 
9 Ja. Delaneey, Unatt. 
# Samuel Fox, Unatt. 
in Car. Speddlng, h.p. 88 P. 
J. G. N.Oibbet, b. p. Malta 

Regt. 
Sir Wm. Darieon, KS, 

h. p. 8 P. 
*Marq. Giuseppe de Piro, 

cue. ret. r. p. R. Malta 

Pen. Reg. 89 Dec. 

1888. 
Tbomae Hall, Unatt. 23 June 

83 Nor. 1841. 
Wm. Beetham, Unatt. 

1840. 

G. H.Cory ton, h.p. R. Mar. 
85 May 

1850. 

Lord Jai. C. P. Murray, 

Scott Pus. Gds. 5 Nov. 

J. A. Lambert, Grenadier 

Guards 15 Nor. 

C. A. V, Berkeley, Scots Fus. 

Guards 13 Dec. 

Ilervey Hopirood, Or, Gds. 

87 Dec. 

1851. 

H. P. Raymond, Depot Batt. 
Winchester 17 Jan. 

|l John Aires, Depot Batt. 
Serjmmt at Amu to the 
Queen 14 Mar. 



W. C.E.Napier, Unatt. 

80 May 
M.WilUami,R.Eng.l4July 
C.A. Amey, Unatt. 18 July 
m J. Maclean, Unatt. 7 Oct. 
f. M. Biddnlph, Unatt. 

81 Oct. 

1851. Not. 11. 

S Y.Y.Donaldson, Unatt. 
i John MacphaU. h.p. 7 Dr. 
9 John C. Harold, 11 P. 
WUliam Chambre, Unatt 
Hon. Arthur Cha. Legge, 

Unatt. 
9aAW.Loug,h.p.9F. 
Melv.Dalyell, Unatt. 
aWm.SadIier,4F. 
I aa J. Birtwhi8tle,Unat. 
« Wm. Praser, Unatt. 
m James Algeo, Unatt. 
9 Wm. Graham, Unatt. 
Hen. S.Stepbena, JT^r.Unatt. 
Chas. Barry, Unatt. 
James McQueen, Unatt. 
9l]a 8. Waymouth, Unatt. 
WiUiam Snow, Unati. 
Charles Smith, Unatt. 
Pra. Westcnra, Unatt. 
W. R. Brudenell Smith, 

Unattached 
Thos. Sidney Powell, 68 P. 

faai £. Gibson, Unatt. 
dward Last, 09 P. 
9flSILeonardMorso-Cooper, 

Unatt. 
Cha. Wise, Unatt. 
Fran. Pluuket Dunne, Unatt. 
G. W. Francklyn, Unatt. 
9 J. K. Jauncey, Unatt. 
CUa. Rob. Raitt, Unatt. 
John Temple, Unait. 
R. L. Dundas, Unatt. 
G. Hankey Smith, 78 P. 
Guy Clarke, Unatt. 
R. S. Vicars, Unatt. 
R.J.P.Vassall,Unatt. 
H.P. Strange, 85 P. 
Wm. Henry Adams, Unatt. 
Wm. Cockell, 10 P. 
J. P. Sparks. 88 P. 
O. £.Thorold,98P. 
Alex. Hoiistoun, b. p. 4 P. 



N. M. Stack, Dep.Bai. 8 June 

ffon» H. T. Forester, Gren. 

Guards 84 Aug. 

C.E. Doherty, 18 Drs. 12 Oct. 

R. G.Hughes, 58 F. 31 Oct. 

T. A. Shone, ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 11 Not. 

Andrew Spottiswoode, 1 Dr. 

Gds. 18 Not. 

, A. A. Shnttleworth, R. Art. 

i 7 Dfcc. 

' r. W. Jones, Unatt. 84 Dec. 



Staff <J^, o/Petuionere 
9 P. B. Reyne, Ceylon Regt. 
G. H.BurcheU, h.p. 57 P. 
9 John De Lacy, Unatt. 
K. Chetwode, h. p. 8 Dr. Gds. 
J. P. Westropp, Unat. 
Geo. M. Reeres, 09 F. 
Rob. Henry Lowth, 86 P. 
B. C. Fletcher, h.p.3 Dr.Ods. 
Burton Daveney, 1 P. 
Edward Bagot, Unatt. 
James Patience, 65 P. 
William Calno, Unatt. X^- 

Oonemor of Song Kong 
9Jas.ScarglU, Unatt. 
Robert Lewis, Unatt, 
Samuel Tryon, Unatt. 
G. T. Pinucane, Unatt, 

Mn/or o/Briffode in the 

Ionian Itlande 
Tho. WlUlams, 4 P. 
9 aO O. D. AInswortb, 

Unatt. 
Tho.Ogllry, 8LireGds. 
J. A. Udny, h. p. 68 F. 
G. C. Swan, Unatt. 
W. Xrwin, h. p. 80 P. AteUt. 

QiMtrter*J/<i«<er-6«n. at 

KUkenny 86 Dec. 

1858. 

Q, W. Fordyce, Scots Pus. 
Gds. 97 Feh. 



1868. 

Charles Henry Somerset, 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 

88 Jan. 

L. 8. O'Connor, 1 W. I. R. 

Oovernor and Oomman- 

der'in-Chief at the Qam' 

bia 3 Feb. 

John Torke, CB, 1 Drs. 

4 Feb. 
P.'D. George, CB. h. p. 
88 P. neputy Adjutant- 
General Windward and 
Leeward lelande 4 Feb. 
|H. D. O'Halloran, Pror. 
! Depot Bktt. do. 

' J. H. E. Dalrymple, Scots 
P. Gds. 85 Mar. 

I R.K.Dawion, late of R. Eng. 
■ 80 Mar. 

Henry Tucker, R. Eng. do. 
Daniel Ranier, 96 F. 1 AprU 
J. D. Dyson, 8 Dr. Gds. 8 do. 
H. U . Graham, 59 P. 80 Apr. 
Henry Renny, 81 P. 87 May 
Geo. Campbell, 58 P. do. 
Uenry tV. Cumm^/tg, late 
of Coldst. Gds. 87 May 
P. G. A. PInckney, 73 P. 
88 May 
Arthur Home, 18 F. 88 May 
H.D'AreyKyle, 87P. do. 
C. H. Burnaby, ret. f. p. 
R. Art. do. 

J. J. Bisect, Cape M. R. do. 
John Armstrong, do. do. 
W.F. Bedford, OOP. do. 
Wm. Heathcote Tottenham, 
18 Lancers 88 May 

Edw. A.Holdich, CB, 80 P. 
88 May 
R.N. Phillips, ProT. Bat at 
Chatham do. 

Alfked H. Horseford, CB. 
Rifle Brigade 88 May 
W.]>.P.Patlon, 74P. do. 
G. J. Carey, Cape M. R. 
unitary Secretary to the 
Lt'Oeneral Command- 
ing at the Cape of Good 
Hope do. ' 

John Hill, R. Art. 81 June 
8. W. Jephson, 8 P. 1 July 
George Grey B^ous, Gr. Gds. 
16 July 
Geo. Monkland, 74 F.89 July 
D. L.Macklrdy,69 F. 86 Aug. 
S. Brownrigg, CB, Gr. Gds. 

18 Sept. 

B. 8. Stehelio, R. Eng. 

19 Sept 

C. H. Spence, 60 P. 8 Oct 
W.M.8. McMurdo,h.p.78 F. 

Director General Lemd 
Traneport Corps 81 Oct. 

W. B. Ainslie, CB, 08 P. do. 

Wm. Munro, 89 P. II Not. 

A. C. £rrlngtoo,51 F. ODec 

BenJ. Riky, 48 P. 18 Dee. 

W. M. Wood, Coldst Gds. 
do. 

Henry Smyth, CB, 68 F. 
80 Dec. 

Lord Mark Kerr, IIP. do. 



1864. 

S.'J.HI11.8W.LR. Cdor.. 

Gen. 4- Goo.-in- Chief of 

Sierra Leone, 6 Jan. 

H. J. Morri9, R. Art. 18 Jan. 

John M*Cay, do. 84 Jan. 

J. IL Stewart, 89 P. 85 Jan. 

8. Oakley, 56 F. 8 Feb. 

H. W. Wbllfeiid, SW.I.R. 

3 Feb. 

John WUkie, 10 Hussars, 

10 Feb. 
J.WalpoIe, R. Eng. 17 Feb. 
H. Servante, do. do. 

U.O.Crawley, do. do. 
John Twiss, do. do. 
T. A. Larcom, do. do. 
8. A. Molesworth, ret full 
nay, R. Eng. do. 

Edward Frome, R. Eng. da 
C. E. Wilkinson, do. do. 
J. W. Mitchell, R. Art do. 
R. P. Crawford, do. do. 
Wm.R.Nedam, do. do. 
H. P. de Bathe, SeoU Fui. 
Gds. do. 

Richard Waddy, CB. 50 P. 
8 March 
J.W.Ormsby, RJlrt 17Mar. 
W. T. Renwick, R. Eng. 

91 March 

T. H.Tldy,h.p.l4F. Z^ty. 

Adfutant - General at 

Jawtalca 28 March 

Robt Sanders, CB. 19 P. 

14 April 

H.W.Parke, R. Mar.l9 April 

R. H. R. H. Yyse, R. Horse 

Guards 81 April 

T.W.E. HoIdsworth,h.p. 8 P. 

Deputy Qr.-Master^Gen. 

Nova Scotia 5 May 

E. Haythorne, 1 F. 18 May 

Tho. Brooke, 18 F. 10 May 

U. Williamson, 87 F.96 May 

A. J. Taylor, R. Art 80 May 

Geo. Maclean, do. do. 

H. D. White, CB. Drs. 

1 June 

A. B. Stransham, R. Mar. 

9 June 



1854. 90 Juue. 

W. H. Askwith, R. Art. 
9 John Eraser, Unatt. Fort- 

Maior of Jereey 
Hamlet Ooote Wade, CB. 

h. p. 1 Dr. Gda. 
J. Dohghis, CB. 70 P. 
W. J. Myers, h. p. R. staff 

Corps 
J. Patersoo, 8 P. 
H. C. B. Daubeney, CB. 55 P. 
F. Lushlngton, CB, Scou. 

Pus. Gds. 
F. White, CB. Unatt Ae- 

eUt,-AiU.'Gen, at Lime- 

rick 
P. Whittingham, OB. S6 F 
C. Bridge, 58 P. 
E. R. Jefl^ys, CB. ProT 

Dep. Batt 
T. S.Conway, CB. Gr. Gde 
A. B. Montgomery, 1 p. 
T. Le Marehant, Unatt. 
Geo. Finder, 15 P. 
R. A. Cttthbert, 15 P. 
C. Herbert, 76 P. 
£ord Alfred Payet, Unatt. 
E.R.King.3rp. 
John Singleton, 11 p 
M.B.G.Reed,84P. 
A.F.W.W7att,e5P. 
Rich. Gardiner, 76 P. 
H.D.Crofton, Uoatt 
J. R. B. Hale, Unatt. 



Digitized b^ VjOO*2 Vkl 



lAeut.'Colonels. 



E.B.0reftUiead,8P. 
Arthar St. Oeor|e H. Stop- 

wj, Ooldst. Qds. 
Sunoel Flther, 20 F. 
CharteflHind^UnaU. 
A.F.AnMll,Unatt. 
Heiiiy 8. Rowan, R. Art. 
Tbot. Hook PeanoD, Unatt. 
Uvrence Fjler, IS Lancers 
W. B. Laasford, R. Mar. 
J. C. Barmater, R. Enif. 
Sir W. Oordoii* Bart, S W. 

I. Re;, 
f A.Campl)eIl, h.p. 3 Ceylon 

Reft. 81^ Off, of Pens. 
C. F. Keynoe, (» F. 
JamM Draper, M F. 
June* John C^rabam, Unait. 

5l4|/f Off. ff Pentunurs 
^T.Heckbam, Unatt. 



R. B. Bourcher, h. p. 10 Dra. 
T0im-itf4^ of Kingston, 



1181 M.S. H.Lloyd, Unatt 

Cbarlet James, h. p. 19 P. 

J. Stuart, h. p. 84 P. Staff 
OJicer ofPetuioHer* 

Wi H. Anderson, Superin- 
tendent J A valid Depot 
at Chatham 

John Boche, Unatt. 

J. Clarke. 1 W. L Beg. 

M.F.HarUn.2LireOd». 

John Wegg, h. p. 42 P. 

R. C. Lloyd, 70 F. 

M. O. Sparks, 10 F. 

A. A. Barnes, F. 

O. P. C. Scott, 7fl P. 

A. I. Lockhart, 03 F. 

W. M*PherK>n, Unait. Staff 
Officer of Pensioners 

John Forbes, Uuatt. Stqff 
Offieer of Pensionere 

H. B. H. Rogers, Unatt. do. 

George M'Beath, 68 F. 

W. B. HaUday, S6 P. 

Walter Unett, S Dt». 

John Jones, 60 P. 



Kf J. £. Alexander, 14 P. 
P.Brown, h. p. 63 F. 
• Edw.L'fistrange, TOP. 
R. H. J. B. M'Cumming, 

Unatt 
J. R. Heyland, Unatt 
C. E. WHford, 10 F. 
W. H. BoUnson, Unatt 
R.W.Bamford, Unatt 5/r(/r ; Arch. Little, Lancors 

Qfieer of PcnsisMtrji 
Geo. F.Myllas, Unait Town 

Major of Dublin 
T.J. Dererell.O? F. 
W.B.Galdwell,Unalt Stnff 

Qfiecr of Pemsioners, 

Bwd»on*i Bay 

B. P. Hawker, b. p. 13 P. 
SUiff OMeer of Pen. 

i. 1. Robertson, 89 F. 

C. Kelson, Unatt 
ia B. Treror, h. p. R. Art. 



Staff Offieer of Pen, 
A.H. L. Wyatt, II F. 
0. M. P. Campbell, h.p. R. 
teff Corps, Staff' Officer 
tf Pensioners 
J.B.Creagh,67F. 
H. B. Harvey, Depot Butt 
£. A. G. Mailer, Fror. 

Depot Batt. 
CP.Pafklnvm, Unatt 
A. Bolton, Onatt 
Fred. Blythe, h.p. W.LB. 

Adj. Cavalry Depot. 
f. T. MaiUsad, h. p. R. Staff 
Coips, Town Major qf 
Portsmouth 
S. L. Phipps, Unatt. 
TlioBtts TuUoeh. Unatt. 
SQRichardBlaeklin, Unatt. 
W. Ouipbeil. Unati. Stt^ff 

Qfieer of Pensianere 
^ C. StcrUng, CB. Unatt 
£• S. Fkrmar, Unatt. Stt^ff 

Qfieer of Pensioners 
J.E. Qruige,h.p.84F..yto^ 

Offieer of Pensioners 
6&Dev«rUl, Unatr. 
VJ.CnNnpton, Unatt Steff 

O^eer of Pensioners 
nok E. LMy, Unatt. Town 

^mor of QiibraUar 
FkilipSmyly. O0F. 
i»ta Gray, Unatt. 
I «a T. M. Prior, h. p. 

»F. 
fajohnImpett,74P. 
^-K.Plpon,h.p. OSF. il«» 
^tistant A4f. Oeneral 
O-W.Mayow, Unatt 
Oewfs Talbot, 43 F.P.Q. 

M.O.mtMadnu 

*• F. Da Vtrnet, b. p. Afric. 

Corps. Stqff Officer «(f 

'['^noHert 

«W.T. B. MoansteTen. 

h- p. n P. Bi^ff Off. 

^*f Pemsiomers 

^•«kard Going, 1 P. 



K. H. Hutchinson, 35 F. 
R. Moorsom, Scots Fus.Gds. 
John Douglas, CB. 11 Hus. 
Hon. Rich. William Penn 

Curion, Or. Ods. 
W. E. D. Broughton, R. Cng. 
Rich. John Nelson, do. 
George Burgmann, do. 
Franklin Dnnlop, R. Art 
Francis Dick, do. 

Chas. Jas. Dalton, do. 
Hugh Manley Tuite, do. 
P. M. Eardley Wilmot do. 
Geo. R. Harry Kennedy, R. 

Art. 
Geo. Sandham, ret full pay, 

R. Art 
Chas. V. Cockbum, R. Art 
E. O. Wynyard, Gr. Ods. 
Fred. Chas. Arthur Stephen* 

son, ScoU Pus. Gds. 
Chas. L. Cocks, CoTd»t Gds. 
H. P. Hepburn, 8co.Pus.Gds. 
James Halkett. Coldit. Gds. 
Edw. Rea, R. Mar. 31 Juno 
J. H. Francklyn, R. Art. 

88 June 
G. Gambler, CB. R. Art. 

6 July 
G. A. K. d'Arcy, 8 W. I. 

Regt. 7 July I pajr R. Eng. 

A. Anderson, R. Mar. 7 July Jas. Rob. Colebrooke, retired 



John Chayior, R. Eng. 

90 Oct 
John Pniser, R. Mar. 31 Oct 
Henry Green Wilkinson, 

Scots Pus. Gds. 3 Not. 
U. C. Ldtrd Dunltellin, 

Coldst. Gds. 3 Not. 

Hen. R. A. G. DalxelU CB. 

Pror. Depot Batt 6 Not. 

E. W. Crofton. R. Art do. 

P.L.C.Paget, Scot« Fus.Gds. 

do. 

Henry Edw. Montresor, Gr. I 

fid-. do. 

Son. J. 8. Joce1yn,Gr. Gds. 
6 Not. 
W. G. Dawklns, Coldst 

Gds. do. 

C. Wm. Strong, do. do. 
J. R. Stuart 81 P. 13 Not. 
T. Hol]oway,R.Mar.307roT. 
J. CO. Courtis, R. Mar. do. 

1854. Not. 38. 

O. E. EIrlngton, ret f. p. 

5 R. V. B. 
Win. Milne, ret f. p. 9 R. 

Vet Bn. 
J. F. Oldliani, ret f.p. 8 R. 

Yet. Bn. 
Geo. L. Sptnluir, ret. f. p. 

R. V. Company 
Edw. Goate, ret full pay 

85 P. 
Jos. Williams, retired full 

par R. Marines 
Stephen Noel, retired full 

pay 03 F. 
T. Lemon, retired full pay 

R.Mar. 
9 O. Pinckney, retired full 

pay 83 F. 
9 Philip Aubtn, retired full 

pay 57 F. 
S.G.Carter. ret. fiill pay 16 P. 
9 Henry Clements, retired 

full pay 10 F. 
Julius Fleming, retired full 

pay, B. Mar. 
9 Peter J. WilUiU, retired 

nillpa]r48F. 
Wm. Cox, retired full pay 

54 F 
9 aSl R. Handcock, retired 

fiiU pay 46 P. 
9 Fred. Wright, retired full 

pay R. Art. 
y Rd. J. Barou, retired rVtll 



liulph Bradford, Gr. Qds. 

14 July 
Michael Bruce, do. do. 
Hon. Rich. Charteris, Scots 

Fas. Odn. do. 

D. W. Carteton, Coldst. 

Gds. do. 



full pay R. Artillery 
9 J. Bonamy, ret full p. 6 P. 
fj. Marshall, retired full 

pay 01 P. 
9 Rich. Manners, retired 

full pay 50 P. 
fJ.T. Moore,ret.fUll p.87 P. 



Lord Aug. C. L. FItzRoy, 'Amb.SpoDg,retfullp.60F. 
Unatt do. ' fJ. Clarke.ret. fUll pay 66 P. 

Fra. Haygarth, Scots Pns. i ( I. Richardson, retired full 



Gds. do. 

J. T. Airay, CB. Coldst Ods. 

15 July 

Ltmbert Lyons Montgomery 



pay 11 F 
Rob. Brown, ret. full p. 16 F. 
9 R. Tatton, ret. full p. 77 P. 
ij. Jackson, ret fuU p. 57 P. 
Scoto Pus. Gds. do. ! Lewis S. B. Robertson, ret. 

C. S. Burdclt, Coldst. Ods. full pay R. Art. 

93 Aug. A. Sharrock, rotiredfull pay o. Q. Blscoe, ret. f. p. 66 F. 

P. W. Newdlgate, Coldst. 30 P. ' do. 

Gds. 4 Sept. Wm. Raban, retired tall puy Uuch Thos. Bowcn, ret. f.p. 

P.B.Nolloth,R.Mar.8Sept| 83 P. 77 F. do. 



9 

f Jos. Smith, ret full p. 1 4 F . 
waa M'Pherson, retired 

fhll pay 00 P. 
Jas. Smith Law, retired full 

pay R. Artillery 
yjoiin Pasroe, do. 
f George SplUer, do. 
Wm. Dempster, retirt>d fall 

P«7 41F. 
C. R. Newman, retired full 

pay 14 P. 
Charlton 0*N6UI, reUredfttll 

pay 07 P. 
Jn. J.Grier,retfullp.09P. 
9 Alex. Campbell, ret full 

pay 38 P. 
aH.Dtxon,ret.fvllpay81 P. 
f J. Poyntz, ret. full p. 30 P. 
Wm. Greenwood, CB. ret. 

f. p. R. An. 
P. S. Hamilton, ret f. p. R. 

Mar. 
Jas. Lynn, ret. f. p. R. Eng. 
C. D. Campbell, ret full puy, 

30 F. 
9 Mw. Kenny, ret. full pay 

OOF. 
John 0*Grady, ret full pay, 

17 P. 
aOA. R. L'Esirange, ret 

full pay, 71 P. 
J.T. Griffitiis, ret. full pay, 

35 F. 
R.A. Andrews,ret.f. p.SO P. 
Benoit Bender, ret. f. p. 

83 P. 
§ W. Atkin. ret full pay, 

R. Canadian Rifles 
Abraham Splalne, retired 

full pay 81 F. 
Jtmps Ward, ret. f. p. 81 F. 
9 J. Norman, ret. full pay, 

54 F. 
A. W. MBcicay. ret. f.p. 81 P. 
T. Scott ret f. p. R. Mar. 
John Bolton, ret. f. p. 75 F. 
Wm. Barnes, ret. f. p. 17 F. 
Daniel Riley ^ret f.p. 34 F. 
H. A. Kerr, ret. f. p. 1 F. 
W. Beales, ret. f. p. Unatt. 
J. Fynmore, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 
R.DeSa1is,8Huss. 
W. D. Deverell, Walmer 

Depot Batt. 
J. H.Trevelyan. Unatt. 
C. E. Michel, 66 P. 
W. T. Uyard, Ceylon Rifles 
Wm. Newhouse, ret f. p. 5 F. 
W. M'Kinnon, let fuU pay, 

R. Mar. 
H. P. Stokes, rrt f. p. 80 P. 
C. Irriue. ret f. p. 88 P. 
C. C. Williamson, ret full 

pay, R. Mar. 
J.G. Lrcky, ret. full p. 88 P. 
O.Markland, ret f. p. R. Art 
R. Howorth, ret full pay R. 
Kng. 

F. Tudor, ret. ftill pay. 38 P. 
0. A. Barnes, rot full pay, 

Si. Helena Regt 
C. W. Pearoe, ret. full pay, 

R. Mar. 
Puwrie Ellis, R. Art. 

G. J. L. Buchanan, do. 
K. P. Sharp, 79 P. 1 Dec. 



A. C. Bentinck, 7 Dr. Gds. 
8 Dec. 



P. W. H. Lord Burghcrsh, Tho. Hinton Hemmans, ret. 

C^. Colds. <Ms. 30 Sept full pay 78 F. 
C. L. B. MaUland, Or. Gds. I Wm. Waiburton, retired full 

98 Sept. I pay 67 P. 
J. T. Manlererer, CO. 80 F. |P M.C. Lynch, retired full 

30 Sept I pay 14 F. 
Lord Arthur Hay, Gr. Gds.^ Edw. Boyd, tctircd ftoll ^_ 

,9 0c.. p.r«F. oigitlzdVlL^flTdgTl: 



1854. Dec. 13. 
T. W. M'Mafaon, CB. 5Dr . 
Gds. 



10 

B. J. StWkton, CB. 77 F. 
A. Maxwell, 46 F. 
W. C. Forrent, 4 Dr. Gda. 
Han, J. W. B. Macdonald, 

CB. Unatt. 
Hon. St. Geo. G. Foley, CB. 
Unatt. 

C. W. D.Stnrcley, CB.UV. 
G. Dixon, CB. 77 F. 
R. T. Farren, CB. 47 P. 
R.J.Baumgartner,28F. 
Hob. Bianp, Unatt. 
H. W. Buiibury, CB, 23 P. 
Geo, C. Clarke, 2 Drs. 
O. V. Mundy, CB. 83 P. 
J. L. Wilton, 60 F. 
C. F. Fordyce, Unait. 
H. Ihima.Cn. 03 F. 
K. Wardlaw, I Dr». 
H. E. Jrooe, Unatt. 
Hon.K. Hope, 60 F. 
F. A, Whimper, 55 F. 
Iltm. Fra. Colborne, CB, 

Unatt. 
A.S. L. Hay, 03 F. 
F. 0. l!:velcgh,20 F. 
O. A. F. Suilvan, 2 Dr». 
O. C. Shiito, 6 Drs. 
Hon. J. P. Maxwell, Unatt. 
Hon, Robert Uollo, Unatt. 
Alex. Cameron, 4*2 P. 
John Thornton Grant, CB, 

49 F. 
A. T. HeylanJ, 05 P. 
Georpre Er^kine, Prov. Dtp. 

yintt. 
T. .s. Hawkin«, Uualt. 
K. Peel, 11 Hussars 
John S.Wood, CB. 18 F. 
Alexander Low, 4 Drs. 
a. V. Maxwell, CB. 88 P. 
K.C. U. Taylor, 70 F. 
J.E. GooJwyn, 41 P. 
J. M. Adyo. CB. R. Art. 
F. P. Harding, 22 F. 
8t. J. T. Browne, R. Art. 
18 Dec. 
Sir Wra.Tho*. Denifeon, R. 

Eng. do. 

John Williams, do. do. 
E. W. Durnford, do. do. 
E. T. Lloyd, do. do. 

W.R.GIlbcrt, h. p. R.Art.do. 
H. Aylraer, R. Art. do. 

A. Irving, do. do, 

Geo. C. Langley, R. Mar. 

Assist. Adj. -Gen. 14 Dec. 
lordAdolphusF.C.W.Vane- 

Tempett, Scots Pus. Gds. 

15 Dec. 

H. James, R. Eng. 10 Dec. 

C. Bingham, R. Art. do. 

Win. Boblnoon, R. Eng. 

22 Dec. 
A. Q. W. Hamilton, ret. 

full pay R. Art. 27 Dec. 
P. Hill, Ilifie Brig. 29 Dec. 
W. H. Bradford, Royal 

Canadian Rifles do. 



LieuL^ColoneU. 



2 Feb. 



1855. 

T. R. Mould, R. Eng. 3 Jan. 
C. E. Law, 66 P. 5 Jan, 
A.C.Goodenough,d4F.6 J an . 
J. N. A. Freeze, R. Art. do. 
F. D. Cleaveland, do. do. 
H. A. Turner, do. do. 
T.B. P. Marriott, do. do, 
O. Wynne, R. Eng. 13 Jan 
W. C. Siace, do. 
H. D. Harness, do. 
E. T. Ford, do. 
W. Yolland, do. 
T. Elwyn, R. Art. 
C. £. Ford, R. Eng. 
R. C. Moody, do. 
H. Harvest, Unatt. 



T. F. Rlchardioo, wt. 
84 F. 9 

T. C.Timlna,70P, Feb. 
E. H.F. Pockllngton, Unatt. 

V, 0. M. Qei^. at Malta 

^ 8 Feb. 

C. J. Wright, R. Art. 7 Feb. 

G. A F. DoRinzy, do. do. 

J. D.G.Tulloch, h. p. 84 F. 

Staff" Oyiccr ofVaisloncrt 

9 Feb. 

W. R. Preston, 45 P. 20 Feb. 

Hon.X. E. Hardingc, Cold*. 

Guards do. 

P.A.Campbell,R.Mar.2! Feb. 
G. B. Hnnt, do do. 

W. H. Elliot, R. Art. 25 Fob. 
J. D. Johnstone, CB. 38 P. 
9 Mar. 
A.L. Cole, CB.I7F. do. 
C. R. Egerton, 80 F. do. 
It. N. Tinling, 39 P. do. 
CUa. Ready, 71 F. do. 

Cha. ElmhirKt, P. do. 
Put. Lindeaay, 68 P. .Mar. 
H. J. Warre, CB.b7 F. do. 
W. Case, 8« P. 23 Mar. 
E. S. Smyth, 2 F. D. Q. M. 

Gtn, Cape of Good Hope 

do. 

W.n C.Baddeley, Unatt. do, 

E. A. Somerset, Rifle Br. du. 
|| B. Beauloy, ret. f. p. 

StaM' O,0Uer of Pen- 
sioners 30 March 

C. L. Fitzgerald, R. Art. 
I April 

P. R. Cocks, do ilo. 

F. A. Yorke, R. Eng. do. 
C. F. Skynn;r, do. do. 
H. G. Hamilton, do. do. 
W. T. Cfrtwford, R. Art. do. 
P. li. Mundy, do. do. 
Wra. Hendtrson,do. do. 
W. J.Smythe, do. do. 
J. C. Macpheraon. ret. f. p. 

42 P. 24 Apr. 

Hon. W. F. Scarlett, Scots. 

Fu«. Gds. do. 

Bon. J. Lyon Browne,Pror, 

Dep6tBatt. at SlaWit do. 

F. A. Wetherall, 1 W. I. 
Regt. 1 May 

J. Lardner, ret. f. p. 47 F. 

4 May 

C. C. Deacon, 61 F. U May 

G. M. Lys, 4» F. 15 May 
John Watson, 14 P. do. 

D. W. Paynier, CB. R. Art. 
do. 

Wm. Penwick, 1 P. 1 8 May, 
H.W. Lugard, B. Eng. 

21 May 
W. C. Hadden, do. do. 
J. Wilkinson, ret. f. p. Rifle 

Brigade 1 June 

G. A. Durnford, 27 P. 

5 June 
T. C. Kelly, 31 P. 15 June 
Arthur J. Pack, 7 F. 19 J unc 
J. A. Street, CB. 57 P. do. 
J. P. D. C. Stuart, Gr. Gds. 

19 June 
J. C. Kennedy, 18 P. 

22 June 
J. Milchell,R. Mar. do 
Thos. Lemon, do. do. 
P. T. M.Payne, do. do, 
Geo. Elliot, do. do. 
T, C. C. Moore, do. do. 
Lord Fred. John Pitxroy, 

do. Gr. Gds. 22 June 

do. A.W. li. Meyrick, Scots Pus 
do. Gds. do. 

do. J. M. Hogj?, 1 Life Gd?. do. 
do. A. £. F. Holcombe, 18 P. 
do. ^ Juno 

do. J. S. Adamsoo, rat. f. p. 38 P. 
80 Jen. 20 June 



P. P. Faddy. BJlrt. 28 Jum 
Y. L. Hatton, Gr. Gds. do. 
A.Flemyng, R. Mar. 10 July 
8. 8. Cox, 56 P. 13 July 
P. L. M*DougaU, Mnj. and 

Supt. of Studies li. Mil. 

ColUge 17 July 

R. Pielden. Unatt. do. 

A. J. Herbert, Unatt. do. 
A.Macdonell, CB. Rifle Br. 
do. 
E. R. Wetherall, S. F. 



James Villiers, 47 F. 
R. N. P. Kingscote, 

S. P. Gds. 
J. W. Armstrong, 49 F, 
John Simpson, 34 F. 



Gdn 

do. 

do. 
CB. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



Jas. Ramisay, 22 P. CO July 
J. W.Dalgety, Unatt. do. 
H. F, Wakefield, ret. f, p. 
28 P. do. 

J.W. S. Smith, 38 F. 29 July 
A. J. Phillpotts, R. Art. 

13 Aug. 
9C. R. Shuckbnrgh, ret. 

f. p. Staf 0J\ of Pens. 

17 Au^. 

Jas. Richardson, ret. f. p. do. 

do. 

Charles Holder, Scots Fu*. 

Guards 17 Aug. 

T. Donovan, Capo M. II. 

31 Aug. 
A. G. Grant, 2 WM. R. do. 
H. F. Ponsonby.Gr.Gds.do. 
W. W. J. Cockcraft, ret. 

f. p. 68 F. do. 

P. R. Jennings, ret, f. p. 

)3 P. do. 

W. B. Gardner, R. Art. 

1 Sept. 
C. Sea?ram, 17 F. 7 Sept. 
R. Saunders, ret. f. p. R. 

Newf. Co. I Sept. 

E. B. Hale, 82 P. do. 

Hon, L. Curxon, Rifle Br. 
8 Sept. 
Charles Sillery, SO P. Sejjt. 
T. 0. W. Ingram, 97 F. do. 
Robert Pratt, 41 F. do. 
E. S. Clareraont, CB. Unatt. 

Her Majesty's Military 

Commissioner at Paris 

14 Sept. 
J. L. R. Rook, 10 P. 16 Sept. 
J.H.Lefroy, R. Art. 24 Sept. 
C. J. B. Riddell. do. do. 
B.K.M .Gordon,eiF. 80 Sept. 
J. M. B. NolU, 40 F. Deputy 

Adt,'Qm, in Australia 
9 Oct. 
M. Andrews, ret. f.p. 28 1'.do. 
Wm. P. Purnell. 90 F, do. 
H. Crawley, ret. f. p. 20 F. 
16 Oct. 
A.G.Burrows, R.Art. 18 Oct. 
C. A.Den :son,52 P. Dfp. Arf/.- 

Gen,at Madras 23 Got . 
W.L.Ingall.fl2P. 25 Oct. 
R.S.Beatson, R.Eng. 27 Oct. 
H. Fleming, R. Mar. 30 Oct 
T. Pattle, 16 Lncrs. 2 Nov. 
V. G. Urquhart, 1 P. do. 
P. C. Aylraer, 80 F. do. 
P. D. Lister, F. do. 

Alex. Murray, 87 P. do. 
H. A. .Strnchan, 39 F. do. 
/ron.C.D.Plunkett, 1 F. do, 
Geo. Bent, R. Eng. do. 
H. Blount, 68 F. do. 

Wm. MacMahon, 44 F. do. 
Wm. M'Call, 70 F. do. 

K. WodehoMse, CB. R. Art. 

do. 
J. J. Hort, 4 P. do. 

C. J.Woodford, Rifle Br. do, 
R. Warden, 19 F. do. 

Hugh Smith, 3 F. do. 

Digitized by 



J. A. EwArt,03F, 2Kov^ 
H. F. Strange, R. Art. do. 
J. C. W. Fortescue, do. do. 
C. H. Morris* CB.do. do. 
E. G. HBllewen,a8 P. do. 
C. G. Ellison, Gr. Gdt. do. 
Wm. Sankey, 47 P. do. 
Wm. Inslis, 57 F. do. 

E. B. Hamlcy, R. Art. do. 
G. W. A. Higsinson, Or. 
Guards do. 

l; Shadwell, UnaU. do. 
Wm.Morrls, Ci?. 17 Lane df I. 
J. U. King, 49 F. do. 

G. G.Alexander, R. Mar. do. 
S. E. Gordon, R. Art. do, 
Hon. E. T, Gauc, do. do. 

E. Stanton, B.Eng. do. 
K..F. Bourchier, do. do. 
C. P. Campbell, 46 F. Uo. 

F. P. Maude, 3 P. do. 
A. C. Cure, 65 P. do. 
J. Daubeny, 02 F. do. 
M. C. Dixon, R. Art. do. 
C. S. Henry, do. do. 
W. W. Turner, Unatt. do. 
W. J. Loftus, 88 P. do. 
R. Grove, 90 F. d.i. 

G. Sieevens, 20 F. do. 
Kdw. Price, R. Art. do. 
J. W. Domvilb, do. do. 
C.P.B.Walkcr.Unatt. 9 Nor. 
Wm. Parke, 72 P. 23 Nov. 
Hon. P. R. B, Felldinp, 

ColdRt. Gds. 23 Nov. 

Isaac Moor«, 07 P. 30 Nov. 

W.H.Reeve, ColdstOds. do. 

Wm. Clarke, Unatt. IS Dec. 

C. Baring, CoMst. Gds. 

21 Dec. 

H. F. F. Johnson, 6 F. Drp. 
Qr. - A fast. - Gfit. in tne 
Mauritius 31 Dec. 



^oo, 



gle 



Mqf&rs. 



11 



HAJ0S8. 



1813. 

ITra. C. Mamj, h. p. 17 Dr. 

4 June 

J. U. Close, h. p. R. Art. do. 

I8U. 

R.JonM,b.]».8]F. 4 June 
9 S.P.de Breui, b.p. Chais. 

firit. do. 

|iN.MuUer,h.p.Roir«lDf. 

do. 

R.Hart,|i.p. R. Mar. do. 

iaP.U.P.lIejer, h.p.G. 

leg. do, 

1817. 

Beonott Holgate, h. p. 40 P. 
IS Nor. 

1819. laAng. 

Wm. Macdonald, h.p. R. tf . 
9 ThoL Witooa, h. p. 60 F. 
C. WilkiBwii, h. p. R. Art. 
taCP.SandbHm, h.p. do, 

18SS. 
?IUS.Silwcll, Unatt. lOJulj 

1825. 

^Hon. SlrPn. C. SUnhope, 
Inatt. 27 May 

1836. 
? E. Jonei, Unait. 10 June 

1889. ft Feb. 

? 8a Sj>TrevorWbcler,i)f . 

Vntu 

1830. 

FreJ.HMimiond,Un. IBMar. 
Arch.8miih, Unatt. 82 July 
pojie Sherer, Unatt. do. 
Ij J. Maeplienon,Unatt.do. 
f W^. H. Hartnian, do. do. 
tlH.llack»T, Unatt. do. 



1831. 
T.Rj>.Tempe9t,Unat.lSJqlj 

1832. 
{) W.Seward. Unatt. 18 Oct. 

1837. 10 Jan. 

Henry CrauM, Unatt. 
O'Hara Raynee, h. p. ft. Art. 
&«n. Charieri, U. p. R. Art. 
f^lurlei Boyd, Unatt. 
H. J. M. Gregory, Unatt. 
I John Crawfurd, Unatt. 

1838. tSJune. 

E^m.Sheppard, h. p. R. Art* 
•aj.M«nley Wood, Unatt, 
««. Montagu, Unaiu 
Alu. Barban, Unatt. 

1889. 
Arth.C.Uiie,Unatt.2l Aug. 

1840. 10 Not. 
'•B.Castlean,b.p.S.3far. 



1841. S3 Nor. 



Wm. BUiott, Unatt. 

9& W. Montagu, h.p.R. Art. 

1842. 

Wra. Codd, Unatt. 6 May 

W. Greenwood, VS. retired 

full pay, R. Art. 2u Dec. 

IS44. 
E. C. Giflard, Unatt.20 Dec. 



G. M. Tcv, Unatt. 10 April 

R. M. Muudy, h. p. R. Art. 

20 Oct. 

1846. OXoT. 
W. J. Gierke, ITnatl. 
G. U. L.TinlIns, Unatl. 
Charles Murray, Unatt. 

1847. 

• C. Cutajar, R. Malta Fen. 
Regt. 80 July 

1848. 

G. F.White, Unatt. 21 Jan. 
N.S. Gardiner, Unatt.24 Nor. 
U. G^ Hart, Depot Bait 
Tenipleniore l& Dec. 

G. A. L. Blenklnsop, 45 F. 
?3D€C. 

1849. 

n. G. Ra-ncy, CI P. SO Apr. 
I*. W. A. Brndaiiuw, Unatt. 
18 May 
C. D. Tattersall, h. p. Ceylon 
Regt. do. 

£dw. Hickey, 60 F. 1 June 
C. J. Otier, Gl F. 7 June 
H. R. Longden, 10 F. do. 
£. J. Pratt, Dra. do. 

R. A. Yule, 9 Dm. do. 

J. 6nodg;rass OOP. 15 June 
Edin. Roche, Unatt. 91 July 
P. D. Lumiey, Unatt. 4 Aug. 
J. C. Brooke, 8 P. 2 Oct^ i 

1850. 

Hon, \y. H. S. Cotton, 

Unatt. S2 Feb. 

C. B.Teu>h-Hcckcr,l5 l)n. 

8 Mar. 

John Ward, Unntt. 12 April 

H. Uamiltun, 73 P. 10 do. 

Tltomat Faunce, St. Helena 

Regt. 17 May 

W. C. Kennedy, 5 F. 21 Hay 

Geo. Durnford, 70 F. 20 May 

C.C.M'Iniyre,78P. 10 June 

Hon, J. Colbome, Unatt. 

21 June 
R. G. Bur$lem, Unatt. 

8 Nov. 

Sir P. L, Arthur, Bart. 

Unatt. 13 Dec. 

1851. 

Jot. Tedlie, 35 P. 8 July 
C. h. Nugent, 68 F. 18 July 
E. Wodchousc, 24 F. do. 
C. J. C. Mills, 52 P. 22 Aug. 
8. Weill, 25 P. 10 Sept. 
W. N. Custance, 6- Dr. Gd«. 
10 Sept. 
H. Bingham, 60 F. 10 Oct. 
J. M»Caul llagari, 7 Drsj. 
31 Oct. 

11 Nov. 1851. 

Edw. Knollya. 75 P. 
R. Jenkins, Unatt. Stqf 
Off", of PtMtoncr* 



G.II. Vyie,2Llf€Gd«. 

Chas. Holden, Unatt. Staff 
Off. ofPtmioner* 

9 A. Campbell, 76 P. 

T. Knatchboll, b. p. R. Art. 

M. R. S. Whitmoro, h. p. 
19 Dn. Staff- Off. of P ais. 

A. E. Bu ine&ter, 50 F. 

Edw. Adams, Unati. 8. erg' 
tary and Adj. R. M iU 
A*ylum. 

J. Sampson, h. p. 8 Gar. Bn. 
Stttff OiJ'.of Pen^iorifrg 

J. B. Munn, Unatt. Jiri- 
gndfi-Major at Carmar- 
then 

J. Oijckburn, Unatt. Staff 
Off. of Pensioners 

J. H. Purres, Unatt. 

L. C. Bourchicr, 75 P 

Kdir. Hill, Uff F. 

W. Cartan, do. 

Tho. Wiiite, 49 F. 

|) J. G. Ra^Tvtorne, 01 P. 

A. P. Bond, h. p. Staff 
Corps. Staff Off. of Pens. 

J. A. Vigors 62 F. 

P. G. Bull, h.p. e9 F. Staff 
Officer of Pens f oners 

VMX T. Lillie, Ceylon Regt. 

J. A. Cole, 15 P. 

G. P. Murray, 65 P. 

S. B. IlamUton. 25P. 

J. H. Win«fiel<l, 15 P. 

C. B. Vane; 9 P. 

r. Byrne, 67 P. 

Edw. Mr.ore, 11 F. 

G. Robeson, 1 W. I. Ro?t. 

K. M. Jh'St, 10 P. 

FitzWillinm Walker, Cana- 
dian Ritivs 

J. Pafmcr, 3 W. I. Regt. 

R. Pitcairn, h. p. OGar. Bn. 
Sfa^ Off. of Pais ion era 

P. 8t«'\rart, b. p. 81 F. do. 

E. D'Alton,R. Ntfwf.Comp. 

G. P. Hume, 58 F. 

E. O. Broadley, Unatt. Staff 
Off. of Pensioners 

0. L. Ormsby, do. do. 

H. Brew.ster, 76 F. 

\V. Wilmi-r, 14 Drs. 

C. Beauilsb, 35 P. 

J. W. Reynold*, Unatt. Dep. 

Assist. AdJ.'Ocn. 
R. Daly, Unatt. 
H. Gahan, St. Helena Regt. 
C. A. Edwards, 18 P. 
C. Pcnwick, 76 P. 
G. Mttnro, ViidU. Staff Off. 

of Pensioners 
•M. do M. AleBsi, ret. full 

pay Malta Penc. 
P. Grolinn, 78 P. 
GfO. H. It, 25 F. 
R. R. Harria, h.p. 60 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
T. Pfrench, 53 P. 

F. P. Nott, h. p. 1 Gar. Bn. 
Staff Off. of Pensioners 

J. R. Wheeler, 29 F. 

P. English, 86 P. 

A. T. Allan, 81 F. 26 000. 

R.W.M.Praser, 6 P. do. 

H. Coptngcr, 16 P. do. 

1853. 

E. W. C. Wright, 91 P. 
20 Feb. 

A. Leslie, 40 P. 25 June 
T. E. Knox, 67 P. 17 Aug 
C.J.Postpr.a I)r«. 21 t«cpt. 
W.n.O.Gore,iaDrB. 12 0ci. 
Tho. RosB, 73 P. 22 Oct. 
8. T. Christie, 80 P. 31 Oct. 

B. Harrison, 10 Drs. 6 Nov. 
Albert Watson, Unatt. do. 
0. P. Bourke, 17 F. 3 Dec, 
J. W. Grey, 85 F. ' 17 Dec. 



IS.'SS. 



Rowland Moffat,54 F. 4 Mar. 
F. J. Phillott, l'natt.;i6Wnr. 
J. B. Wheatktone, 45 F. 

28 .\I:tv 
H. L. Maydwell, Dcjot Vatu 

•2i.\!ay 
Thom IS Addison, 2 F. do. 

C. I). Hoberltnn, R. En j. do. 
//o».O.T.l>t'\eroiix, li. Art. 

do. 

J. C. Mansers b, P. 0'<. 

Lord Alex. Giorgu R..^ ..|l. 

Jtirti* iirig. uu. 

F. W. L. 11 ttiicock, 74 F. 

US -M.iy 
Robert Bruce, 74 P. do. 
W. E. Btwes, 78 F. do. 
Geo.Bris:c:s,l Dr.Gd*. 3 Juuu 

D. A. Monro, 12 Laiic>T% 
2j) July 

C.F. Law.OOP. y.i.Vnt:. 
Jlon. H. UPowys, li.p. ;,« F. 
2 Oct. 
R. H. Llndsell, rs P. 18 Oct. 
H. J. Shaw, 45 F. 4Nu%. 
W. C. Wolfe, 39 F. 11 Nov. 
J. M*N. Walter, 53 F. 2 Dt c. 
A. N. Campbell, IS P. Dec. 
li. G. Wynne, Cd F. SO Dj c. 

1854. 

J.MIllrr.eW.r.R. OJan. 

J. P. Ifanly, UnPtt. IS Jan. 

Litrd G. A. IJi-aucliTH, 10 

Hiisxars 10 J'cli. 

J. Johnstrtn, T^r^att. 3 Mir. 

Cha. W m . O rtH-n , ."J F. 7 .\ p i • I 

AI*'X. MunM, in F. 21 Ai-nl 

Henry, JJnke oj J Jem fort, 

L'liiirt. Aiflc-dt'Ctiutji to 

th € Com w a n dcr- in- 1 'h ii f 

21 April 

John Kelsall, 83 F. 

Fra. Peyton, OS F. 12 Mny 

J. Fra. Kempt, 12 P. 19 Mav 

W. T. Dickson, 16 Lancers 

10 May 

T. P. Touz«>}, 27 P. 20 Mny 

A.Scudamore, 14 Drs. I J hum 

G. B. Colnian, 8 W. J . Hvjrt. 

7 Jine 

T. Gibblngii,2 W.I.R. 9 June 

18(4. 20 June. 

P. L. Injialf, Unatt. Drp.. 

Ass\si. Qr. Mast. 'Gen. tU 

Montreal 
Wm. W^ynnc Loddcr, 50 F. 
B. C. Muford, I'nntt. Town 

Major at Malta 
Josenli Henry Liiye, Ofl V. 
W. Child, Unait. Staff 

Officer of Pensioners 
Henrr Rich. Marindin, 1 V. 
\\m. Wood, h. p. R. Mar. 

Staff Off'. ofPcnsicners 
H. B. J. Wjnyard, Unatt. 

Brifj.'Maj. Pirmittfjhavi 
J. D. de Wend. h. p. 52 F. 

Staff' Off of Pensipjuis 
Ralph Bii'Jd, 14 F. 
David Watson, 82 P. 
B. G. Lnynrd, h. p. 67 F. 

Staff O/f. of Pensioners 
William liell, 32 P. 
Henry Janic!< Day, 09 P. 
J.'mcs Ephcrt t^iiiiinon-«, r> F. 
Henshnw iiui-scil, li. p. 00 F. 

Staff Ojff. of PcnsloiHrx 
Roln^rl M. Sutlicrlsind, 1>.JF. 
W. H. Kenny, h. p. 01 F. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
E.J. Vaiigbnn, \\. p. 57 P. do. 
John Owen I^ewls, 37 P. 
^Wm. 0'Nein,Unatt..S/r//r 

Officer of Pensioners 



Digiti: :ed by ^^jOO*^ Ikl 



12 

Andrew H. Russell, 58 F. 
flWilUam GarruUierfl,Uhatt. 

Brig.-Major, Cape Tonm 
Jftt. K. Willson, h.p. R. Mar. 

gfajff Off, of Pensioners 
Jas. Hen. Craig Robertson, 

Unatt. 
Richard Knox, 15 Lt. Drs. 
Francis R. Palmer, CO F. 
Henry C. Powell, UnttU 

Staff Off', of Pensioners 
James Alex. West. 84 F. 
Wm. Kler Stuart, 86 F. 
Scrope R. Berdmore, 20 F. 
Qeo. Waller Meelian, Unatt. 

ataff Off', of Pensioners 
James Travers, « W. I. Reg. 
D. O. A. Darroch, Adj. 

Dip. Batt. 
John K. Mackenxie, Unatt. 
John Rose H. Rose, Lt. 

Drs. 
A. Donelan, h.p. York Chass. 

Staff Of. of Pensioners 
Henry Orierson, 15 P. 
Chas. Henry Gordon, 03 F. 1 
John \V. P. Audnln, 16 F. 
Hon. F. J. E. Freke, 2 Life 

Gds. 
Geo. B. C. Crespfgny, 20 F. 
Robert D. Campbell, 71 P. 
John Cassldy Stock, 10 F. 
Wm. Maulcverer, li.p.68 F. 

iitaff Off. of Penslotiers 
Arthur George Vescy, 40 F. 
AVm. Garstin, h. p. 24 Drs. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
George Kin?, IS F. 
C. H. Marechaux, St. Helena 

Reg. 
Wm. Fred. Harvey, Unatt. 

Staff Off', of Pensioners 
Horatio Fonwjck, h.p. 27 F. 

Stoff Off. of Peiuioners 
Charles Wm. Sibley, 04 F. 
John Bruce, h. p. 50 F. 

Staff Off. of Peiuioners 
F. Woodley Home, 15 Drs, 
P. B.Russell, h.p.SDr.Gds. 

Staff' Off. of Pensioners 
Giles Keane. 80 P. I 

Walter Warde, Unatt. Staff \ 

Oj^cer of Pensioners \ 
Au?. Wm. Murray, 1 W. I. 

Regt. 
£dw. Wm. Scorell, 06 F. ' 
C^as. S. S. E. Gordon. 76 P. 
Henry Jackson, Provisional 

Battalion at Cftathain 
Geo. Fred. S. Call, 18 P. 
Henry Dalton Smart, 78 P. 
John Perkins Mnyrrs, 80 F. 
John R. Heaton, S7 F. 
Clias. Wm. Thompson, 58 F. 
Chns. Shipley Teaie, Unatt. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
C. Parke IbbcUon, h.p.80 F. 

Brigade-MaJ. Devonport 
Tyrrell Mathias Byrne, 1 P. 
Hen. Chas. Capel Somentet, 

h.p. 27 P. Staff Off'. Pens, 
Francis Carey, 26 F. 
Henry J. SaTage.Ol F. 
William Little Stewart, 1 P. 
Jlylton Briscoe, 2 Dr. Gds. 
Arthur Pigott, h. p. 20 P. 

Staff Off', of Pensionei'S 
Abra. Coll is Anderson, 80 P. 
Charles Murray, 42 P. 
Edward Lynch Blosse. 11 F. 
Wm, Pym Young, 05 P. 
James Nugent, 86 F. 
Wm.H. H.P. Clarke, 53 P. 
John Porter, 07 P. 
Wm. Campbell Mnllan,75 P. 
H. D. Griffith, 45 P. 
Edw.R. Priestley, 25 P. 
George Maxtvell, 6Q P. 
James E. Robertson, 6 K. 
Fra. Gilbert Humley, 12 F. 



Maiors. 



John Henderson, 16 F. 
Morley S. T. Dennis, 70 P. 
John Heatly, 88 F. 
Henry Draper N«ville, 1 F. 
Chas. B. Hague, 67 F. 
Thos. M. L. Weguelin, 86 F. ' 
John James Bull, 66 P. 
T. T. S. Carlyou, 8 Dr. Gds. 

27 June 
G.Mein, b. p. 21 Drs. 

SO June 
G.E.Hillier, h.p.80F. do.; 
J. L. A. Simmons, CB. R. , 
Eng. 14 July I 

A. Ormsby, 80 F. 28 July 
R.D. Clephanc, do. IS Aug. { 
W. C. P. Elliott, do. 8 Sept. 
H. 8. Ord. R. Eng. do. { 

Cliarles Nasmytb, Unatt. i 

16 Sept. ! 

H. A. Gurry, Drs. 22 do. I 

W.F.D.JerTOis,R.Eng.20 do. I 

H. R. Benson, 17 Drs. [ 

23 Oct. 



9B.Mor9an,ret.f. p.B. Art. 

G. Pattoun, do R. Mar. 

D.Galloway, do do 

T. R. Thomas, 

J. Cook, 

J. Khute, 

J. T. Tucker, 

W. Daris, 

C. Mackenzie, 

J. M. Hewson, 

L. £. AValali, 

F. A. Griffiths, 
J. T. Crarknell, do do 

G. C. D. Lewis, do R. ISng. 
F. Holcorabe, do R. Art. 
9 H. James, do R. Mar. 
A.VonBererboudt,do 58 P. 
J. Kelly, do 6 F. 
W. J. Stokea, do P. Art. 



do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do 


do R. Eng. 


do 


80 P. 


do R. Art. 


do 


do 



1 Dee. 1854. 

W. H. H. Anderson, 51 P. 
L. E. Wood , ret. f. p. 54 F. 
D. W. G. James, 2 P. 
J. Oldright, ret. f. p. 81 F. 
C. Duperier, do 60 F. 
H. Mackay, do 70 F. 
J. W. Thomas, Unatt. S Dec. 



12 Dec. 1854. 

John James Grant, Unatt. 
Com.ofA m balance Vorjis 
J.A. V.Kirkland, Unatu 
K. D. Kackenxie, 02 F. 
J. ConoUy, Unatt. 
P. A. Butler, 28 F. 



9fl2R J. Griffith, do. I W. L I 0- '• Brown, 4 Drs. 



Ragt. 
do 76 P. 
do R. Mar. 
do R. Art. 
do do 
do R. Mar. 



1854. 28 Not. 



M. Louis, ret. f.p.5 R, V. Bn. | 
O. Fry, do R. Art. i 
G. St, J. Giflbrd,do. II R. 
Vet. Bu. I 
L. K. Willard, do do 
T. L. Metcalfe, do 6 do 
W. Mackay, do do 

John Smith, do R. Art 
Arthur Fleming, do do 
H. C. Mania, do do 
Judge T. D'Arcy,do4R.V.B, 



R. Shepherd, 

J. R. Mascall, 

J. Dyson, 
: W, Berners, 
I R. W. Pascoe, 
1 W. Y. Penwick, do R. Art. 
, R. Searle, do R. Mar. 

H. Smith, do do 

P. J. Dusautoy, do do 

R. 8. Ridge, do 36 F. 

J. Hanrey, do 37 F. 

F. W.Pettingal, do R.Eng. 



do R. Mar. 
do2R.Y.B. 
do R. Eng. 



|l R. Gray, do 6 do 

W. Kelly, do 2 do 

J. Roche, do 8 do 

C. Kingsley, do Odo 
A. Pullarlon, do 6 do 
R. Woods. do 8 do 
. M'Pherson, do 2 do 

T. Hurdle, 

)i T. Dillon, 

H. A. CoUcy, 

9 A. Skene, do4R.V.g. 

jS.C.Melhuisb, do R. Eng. 

« J. L. Hulme, do do 

iT. R. Agnew, do2R.V.B. 

# Sa J. W. Pringle, ret. 
f. p. R. Eng. 

('. LanKdon, do R. Eng. 

RJ.F. Crowther, do R. Mar. 

J. S. Sayer, do do 

R. P. Phillips, do R. Art. 

J. Stocker, do R. Eng. 

J. Farmar, do R, Mar. 

T. C. Steward, do do 

W. S. Knapman,do do 

£3 B. Pigut, do 60 F. 

19 G. Y.Tinling, do R.Eng. 

J. Wilson, do R. Mar. 

J. Humby,ret. f.p. R. Mar. 

32ft W. Lemoine, do. R. Art. 

9 C. Manners, do do 

A.A.W. Schalch, do do 

C. Gordon, do 03 F. 

9 a£l R. Cochrane, do. Rifle 
Brigade, AIU, Knight of 
Windsor 

A. Dowdall, ret. t. p. 64 P. 

R. Fry, do OS P. 

9 H.Morgan, do' R. Art. 

Thos. Waters, do R. Mar. 

G . T. Welcliman, do do 

J . 6. Richardson, do do 

J. E. Jones, do do 

J. H. Rutherford, do R. Eng. 

R. Webb, do R. Mar. 

W. Ford, do do 

9J. Hewctt, do R. Mar. 

G. B. Pepyat, do do 

P. Eason, do 61 F. 

W. H. Devon, do R. Mar. 

U. Brown, do do 



T. Park, 
G. Griffin, 
J. Campbell, 
J. Dowman, 

D. Dickson, 
n, Nichollf, 
C. Clarke, 
J. Law, 

W. Lincey, 
J. Blackall, 

E. Nepean, 
v. Uea'Jon, 
J. 6. Parrell, 
C. Oldershaw, 



G. A. Maude, CB. R. Art. 

P. R. Elrington, Rifle Br. 

Andrew Hunt, Unatt. 

Andrew Browne, 44 P. 

E. J. V. Browne, 88 F. 

P. R. Forster, 4 Dr. Gds. 

H. Hardinge, Rifle Br. 

T. H. Clifton, Unatt. 

W. F. Hopkins, R. Mar. 

C. L.D'Agailar, CB. R. Art. 

Alfred Tipping, Gr. Gds. 

W. H. Eari of Erroll, Rifle 
Br. 

J. £. Lewis, 68 F. 

J. A. M'Gowan,03F. 

J. 8. H. Farrer, 86 F. 

R. Thompson, 6 Dr. Gds. 

J. J. Brandling, CB,R.Art. 

J. £. Thackwell, 22 F. 

H. E. Weare, 50 F. 

J. R. Glyn, Rifle Br. 

J. Turner, CB. R. Art. 

do 30 P. I J* R* Anderson, do 
do R. Mar. C T. Franklin. R. Art. 

E. W. D. Bell, 23 F. 

H. M.-HamUion,47F. 

Vincent Wing, 06 P. 

£. A. Whitmore. 80 F. 



do R. Mar. 
do do 
do 71 F. 
do R. Mar. 
do OS F. 
do 04 F. 
do R. Mar. 
do do 
do R. Eng. 



do do 
do R. Art. 
, do R. Eng. 
H. Mounsteven, do 48 P. . <'• »* *« —»•«»>«, w r. 
H.H.D.O'Brien, do B. Art. I W. de C. Elmsall, 1 Drs. 
A. GoMet, do do ! P. O. Pipon, R. Art. 

do James Rose, 30 P. 
do T. W. SomerriUe, Unatt. 
03 P. ' J. D. Shakespear, R. Art. 
W. H. B. de Horsey, Or. Gds. 
iron.W.aYelTerton, R. Art. 
22 F. B. O'Brien. 87 F. 
J. Low, do R. Art. ! A. U. L. Fox, Oren. Gds. 

J. Edleston, do R. Mar. I John C. Bartley, Unatt. 
W. J. King, do 21 F. I T. H. Pakenham, 30 F. 
R. M. Poulden, do R. Art. i E. NeTlIle, 8. F. Gds. 
R. Wright, do R. Mar. ' M. A. 8. Biddutph, R. Art. 



S. J. Skinner, do 
R. Luard, do 

G. G. Shaw, do 
J. (Joro, rt t. f. p. R. Art. 
J. Turner, do do 

G. Mainvaring, do 



W. Gordon, do do 

E. Appleton, do do 

P. S. Campbell, do R. Art. 

C. Barnes, do R. Mar. 

P. M. M*KeIIar, do do 

W. Knowles, ret. f. p. 50 F. 

H. S. Tireman, do R. Art. 

R. lliompson, do 51 F. 

R. R. Fisher, do R. Art. 

J. M'Cadiill, do 07 F. 

9 SAD. Cooper, do 17 P. John Hackett, UnatU 

W. B. Young, do R. Art. . Wm. P. Radelilfe, 20 P. 

W. A. Rogers, do 05 F. I a Adams, 40 F. 

R. Mylius, do Ceyl. R. ' J. W. Lorell, CB. R. Eng. 

C. Cheetham, do R. Art. Robert White, 17 Drs. 

A.F. W. PapIUon, do do , H. L. Chermside, R. Art. 

John Miller, do R. Mar. ' John T. Dalyell, 21 F. 

W. Pulford, f. p. R. Art R. Y. Shipley, 7 F. 

J. W^. Orares, Unatt. Staff A. H. P. 8. Wortley, 1 Dr. 



G. T. P. Shuckburgh, 8. F. 

Gds. 
£. Fellowes, II Hussars 
8. O. Jenyns, CB. 13 Drt. 
G. H. 8. Wllils, 77 P. 
J, F. L. Baddeley, R. Art. 

A. Treroayne, 13 Drs. 
John D. Astley, Scoti Fas. 

Gds. 

B. Tomklnion, 8 Drs. 



I 



,^ 'er of Pensioners 
C. H. Wynne, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
O. D.Warburton, do do 
K. Murcbison, do 20 P. 
Charles Miller, do R. Mar. 
P, Bolton, do 77 P. 

W. Macdonald, do 03 P. 

C. S. MiUer, do R. Bog. 
P. Onslow, do R. Mar. 

D. Dunn, 



Gds. 

G. N. Boldero, 21 P. 
£. G. Hibbert, 50 F. 
R. L. Ross, 03 F. 
H. W. Meredith, 41 P. 
J. O. Boothby, R. Art. 
Wm. Hardy, Unatt. 
Hon. G. £lliot, Rifle Br. 
J. W. Thompson, 10 Hum. 



do m^^Q^p^^a^^nlon, R. Art. 



Majf^s. 



C. C. de MonI, Unatt. 
k, W. D. Burton, CB. 6 Dr. 

Ods. 
O. Lb F. DIekaon, A4.'' 

DepSlBait. 
R. O. Muter. I>n* 
J. GabMM,MF. 
Charles Baring Go1drt.Gdt. 

C. F. T. Daaiell, 38 P. 

G. L0 M. Tnppv, R. Art. 
Hon. A. U. CaChcart, 08 F. 
H. Arasrtaca, Coldit. Ods. 
E. A. Oaok, 11 Drt. 
Bon. W. Q. Bojle, Coldst. 
Ods. 

D. £. Hosts, CB. K. Art 
Paset Baylr. Unatt. 
John SincletOD, R. Art. 
Wn. Inslls, 6 Dr. Ods. 

J. H. Bnrke, Unatt. 
A. WS. M<Doaald, Unatt. 
L. Graham, 41 F. 
C. H. lagaby, R. Art. 
H. P. Tatss, B. Art. 
A. C. OtevUlo, S. F. Qd». 
P. 3. Cimvlcf, Coldst. Ods. 
J. F. Flniarenlcfc, R. Art. 
J. V. Cox, IS F. 15 Dsc. 
Wm. John Cbadf, 64 F. do. 
L. U. O. Maelean, Unatt. 
88 Dec. 



1864. SO Dec. 

C. HMnbotham, 4» F. 
W. FSrbes, 77 F. 

T. O. Ractled««, 17 F. 
J. F.T.Dennis, 05 F. 
W. H. Klr*f , M F. 

D. M . Betfanne, F. 
D. Campbell, Unatt. 
U. H. Of«er, 60 F. 



1865. 

Henrj CoUstle, 67 F. 6 Jan. 
£dw. Steele. 88 F. 10 Jan, 
Geo. C. MOler, 54 F. do. 
J. Harpnr, ret. f. p. S W. I. 

Rieft. S6 Jan. 

M. Caman, UnntU 8. O. of 

Pen. 6F»b. 

J. M . Primrose, 48 F. Feb. 
J. E. Addison, b. p. 07 F. 

A. Q. 3t. Gen. 10 Feb. 
J.D.Carmkhael,8SF. do. 
R. a Barnard, 41 F. Msr. 
R. Waisoo, ret. f. p. Ceylon' 

Regit. 16 Mar. 

W.J. MacCarth7,84F. 

SSJffar. 
Wehbe Botler, 00 F. 
J. Donslas, do. do. 

I. Sk'rnner, 80 F. 97 Mar. 
R. W. Mesmiz, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 80 Mar. 

Hon. D. ErsUae, 51 F. 

SAprU 
Geo.W. Pater,50 F.88 April 
J JLR.Ra7nes, 86 F.84 April 
W. O. Camaron, Or. Gdt. 

84 April 
W. Rlckman, 77 F. do. 
C R.'B«tler, 88 F. do. 
J.P.R#dsBMd,61 F.ll Ma/ 
T. F. Hobbs. Pro9. DrpJ/ 

Batt. of Birr do. 

A. A. Chapman, 48 F. 

15 Mar 

B. Conran, 8 W. I. R. do. 
£. J. CrukM. Unatt. Siajf 

qgUor of Pom§iomer$ 

18 Maj 
L, F. Jennar, 1 1 F. 5 Jane 
P. Spenoe. 81 F. 16 June 
l.W.Lowry,47F. do. 
A. F. F. DaMhar. 81 F. 

lOiane 
J. Markwiato, 7S F. SS Jane 



J. O. Ferns, ret. f. p. 70 F. 

SOJvne 

Hon. A. O. C. Chlcbenter, 

77 F. 6 Jalj 

R. W. Lacy, 56 F. 18Jnl]r 

H. Webb, reU f. p. 98 F. do. 

1855. 17Jalr. 
John Ovilt, 81 F. 
J. G. R. Aplin, 88 F. 
O. E. FUrtcloagb, 68 F. 
H. C. C. Owen, R. Enf. 

E. W. Donovan, SS F. 
VlUlam Gordon, 17 F. 
WlllUm FauMett, 44 F. 
John B. Lowndee, 47 F. 
John Cormick, 18 F. 
Oust Hume, 88 P. 

O. O. Ambrose, 8 F. 
John Peel, 84 F. 

F. T. Atcherley, 80 F. 

O. Lord Blnghaui, Coldstr. 

Gdf. 
J. F. M. Browne, R. VMf. 
John Kaion, 48 F. 
IToft. Jainet Stuart, Rifle Br. 
A. J. H. SlHotl, 5 Dr. Gdf. 
J. A. Conolly, Coldtt Ods. 
Hon. H. Clifford, Rifle Br. 
H. J. a Ma^se, Coldst. Ods. 



30 Jttif 1855. 

P. J. Orlffln, 54 P. 
H. L. Gardiner. R. Art. 
L. B. Hamilton, 87 F. 
G. B. Conjora, 68 F. 
J. C. Oawler, 78 F. 
M. H. Dowhifgf n. 4 F. 
A. C. 8aod(«aM,88F. 
P. Robertson, 4 F. 
C. T. Boarehler, Rifle Br. 
C H. Page, 41 F. 
a B. Ward, 60 F. 

Fred. Wett, 48 F. 87 July 
W. Wilbf, 4 F. 7 Aug. 

T. Stirling, OIF. 17 Aug. 
H. F. Kennedy, 00 F. do. 

E. H. R*Me, 7 P. 10 Aug. 
Wm. Fulton, 15 F. 81 Aug. 
Hugh Kennedy, ret £ p. R. 

Mar. 4 Hept 

F. R-Meln. IF. » 8»pt 



A. R. OarrcU, 46 F. 
S. N. Lowder, R. Mar. 
Henry Rodgera, R. Art. 
Millar Clifford, di*. 
Geo. H. Uawes» F. 
Mortlnaer Adye, R. Art. 
Alex. C. Hawkins, do, 
Wm. J. E. Giant, do. 
Roger Barnston, 00 F. 
Geo. Shaw, R. Art. 
Thomas Smith, OOF. 
A. F. F. Lennox, R. Art 
Hon. H. F. Keane, R. Em< 
Wm. Pretyman, 88 F. 
P. O. T. Deshon, 48 F. 
Cam Sykes, do. 

Henry B. Browne, F. 
William Boyle, 80 P. 
C. J. Gibb, R. Eng. 
G. T. Field, R. Art 
Hon. D. M. Fraser, do. 
Cha. John Strange, do. 
Fowler Barton, 07 F. 
H. P. Newton, R. Art. 
Thomas Mauoiell, 88 P. 
O. H. I^ Milinsn, R. Art 
F. A. Thesiger, Gr. Ods. 
Cha.C. Villiers, 47F. 
Robert B. Hawley. 80 F. 
John Robinson, 44 F. 
C. 0. Arbuihnot, R. Art. 
P. C. Hassard, R. Eng. 
P. W. Uastinf», R. Art. 
Henry R. Carden, 77 P. 
Edw. Mowbray, R. Art. 
O. R. Rodney, R. Mar. 
John M. Wemyis,do. 
Charles Hood. 8 F. 
Hans Robert White. 80 F. 
John £. T. Quavle, 88 F. 
Andrew Pitcairn, 49 F. 
Geo. L. Tiiomson, 4 F. 
William Roberts, 88 F. 
Henry D. EDIs, 88 F. 
Joseph JordMn, 84 F. 
J. E. W-. Lawrence, R. Mar. 
R. G. A. Luard, 77 F. 
W. A. Armstrong, 17 F. 
John Lawrie, 18 F. 
A. W. S. F. Armstrong, do. 
Samuel Hackett, 88 F. 
Hon.Z. C.H. Masaey,06F. 
J. H. Le Contour, Gold. Qdt. 
Hon. W. C. W. Coke, 8. F. 
Ods. 



E. R. W. W. Tales, 88 F. do. I E. 8. Burnaby, Oren. Gds. 
Hon. W. J. ColTille, Rifle | A.O.K.Loek,50F. 

Br. 8 Sept. | 6. A. Soomberg, R. Mar. 

E. C. Legh, 07 F. Sept SirC. Russell, Bt. Or. Ods. 
R. O. Bright 10 P. 15 Sept L. Usrrey Daniel, 88 F. 



J. E. Collings, 88 F. 11^ Sept 
Robert Bruce, 29 P. 81 Sept 
Wm. Mayne,LandTransport 

Corps 91 Sept. 

Hen. Holden. 13 Dra. 988ept 
F. A. HaUlday, ret f. p. R. 

Mar. 87 Sept. 

V.F.Story . Unatt Staff CUT' 

of PonsUmers 80 Sept 
F. O. Wilkinson, 48 F. Oct 
W.Williamson, 85 F. 16 Oct 
M'XayRynd,63F. 35 Oct 

1855. 9 Nor. 

Robert John Eagar, 81 F. 
Tho. Wright Uadson, 80 F. 
John Dwrpr, 14 F. 
Arthur Wombwell, 46 F. 
Spencer Dclres Broughton, 

R. Art 
Wm. Douglas, 14 P. 
R. F. W. Sibthorp, 07 F. 
Wm. Aug. Fyers, Rifle Br. 
H.A.B.CampbelI, R. Art. 
Wm. Fred. Carter, 68 F. 
Wm. C. Bodgson, 79 F. 
Jamas Maxwell, 84 P. 
Fra. L. Wbltmore, 1 F. 
Fra. B. Ward, R. Art 



Oeo.8kipwlth,41 P. 
John N. Sargent, 05 F. 
E. Chipplndall, 10 F. 
Hon. D. Q. Finch, 68 F. 
Jleit. A.' E. Praser.S. P. Ods. 
H.W.Montagu, R. Eng. 
A. Chas. Cooke, do. 
W. E. M. Rellly, R. Art. 
Wm. W. Barry, do. 
Charles Edward Watson,7F. 
E.J. Carthew, R. Art 
George T.Brice, 17 F. 
M.J.H8yman,18F. 
Jason Hassard, 57 F. 
J. E.MlehelI,n. Art 
George C. Henry, do. 
Arthur John B. Ttielluaaon, 

Coldst. Ods. 
Edffl. O. Maynard, 88 F. 
Sir James Duolop, Bt. 

Coldst. Ods. 
Fra. Baring, 8. F. Ods. 
CO. Graham, 49 F. 
C.H. 8. Churchill, Rifle Br. 
G.F. C.PQCock,80F. 
Frad. Percy Lea. ^7 F. 
Haarr R.Werge, 56 P. 
W. J. wmiams, R. Art. 
Hugh Rowlands, 41 F. 
Wl8ia«Benalrs.403^..^,^^^ 



13 

RobaH Hum, 66 F. 

John I^ewas, 8 F. 

C. M. Green, 80 F. 

K. C. de Molevns, R. Bag. 

N. Stceraas, 88 F. 

C B. Oldarshaw, R. Art. 

Fked. Wells, 1 F. 

J. W. Dewar, 40 F. 

1^. J.A. Armit,R.Sng. 

C. B. Ewart, do. 
C.B.P.N.H.KttgBat,do. 
E. C. A. OordoB, do. 

P. Dickson, R. Art. 
RaghR. Hlbbert.7F. 

D. wm. Topper, 60 F. 
O. 8. DIfby, R. Mar. 
Chas. Henry Lnaaley, 07 F. 
Charles Eigne, 47 F. 
James Oaorga Hay, 90 F. 
Henry George Woods, 07 F. 
Richard Preston, 44 F. 
FlUwm. F. Uoater, 47 F. 
R. L. O. Feanon, Or. Ods. 
Fred. C. Elton, 65 F. 
Charles Cooeb, 89 F. 
Arthur F. Warren, Rifle Br. 
W. Porter, R. Eng. 

J. E. Hope, R. Art 
Wm. W. A. Lukln, do. 
Charles £. Waleolt, do. 
William John Bolton, do. 
P. Ravenhill, R. Bag. 
L. Nicholson, do. 
J. Sinclair, R. Art 
Lewif William Ptnn, do. 
Edward Taddy, do. 
Fred. Miller, do. 
C. H. Sedlcy, R. Eng. 
C. H. Owen, R. Art. 
George B. Barman, 84 F. 
P. W. L'£»trange, R. Art. 
R. H. Champion, do, 
Wm. O. Andrews, do. 
Hon. 8. J. 0. Calthorp*, 

8Drs. 
R. Maekensle, R. Art. 
George iUnken, R. Eng. 
W. O. La Mesurier, R. Art. 

J. R. Jaakson, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. Not. 

Charlee Wm. Thompson, 7 

Dr. Ods. do. 

H&n. W. 8. Kao^ 91 P. 

18 Nor. 

A.D.ThdloMaa»79F. 

98 Not. 
H. W. Danale. rat f. p. 98 F. 
80 Nor. 
W.T. L. Patltfaon,OI F. 
I 14 Dee. 

Geo. Seton, OiMdiaa Rifles 
do. 

R. Hackings, rtt. f. p. R. 

Mar. 17 Dec 

Wm. RadcliO; 84 F. 18 Dec 



)y Google 



. 14 



LIST OF 

GENERAL AND FIELD OFFICERS 
WHO HAVE EETIEED FEOM THE SERVICE. 

(Alphabetically Arranged.) 



Bunbury, Sir Henry Edward. Sari. KCB, 92 July SO 
|9 JohDfOD, WiUlam Aug usttts 23 Nor. 41 



lUJOS-aEKEBALS. 

» lya Bcckwith, Charles, CB Nov. 46 

5 Uristoiv, Henry, 38 F 20 June 54 

I Jmrrclie, Thomas ; ; • • • • ® ?°7- *? 

» De Chabot, LouJs William, Vise. 60 P. .. 10 July 81 

Dwjcr, Henry, Uuatt 20 June 64 

Farrer.JaroM «J Nov. 41 

a aaa Ployrl, sir Henry, Jiart 11 Not. 61 

l»rintfle, John, Unatt lOJan. 37 

aaRooke, Sir Henry WlUoughby, Ofl„ 

j^CH «2July 80 

5 Stewart, William. 3 P WJuly 30 

9 Trafford, Thomas Samuel, 24 F «0 June 64 

» Mi Woodford, Sir John George, KCB., 

KCH.Qr. Ods lOJan. 37 

COLONELS. 
a «:a AUIx. Chniles, Gr. G ?• 10 Jan. 37 

II Aneelo, Edward Anthony. KU. 30 P. . . 9 Nov. 40 

Anglwer, Henry, Marquis o/, 42 P. 28 June SJ 

HArmltage. Henry. Or. G.l». 2» Nov. 41 

Af tell, Richard William. Or. Gd» 11 Nov. 61 

Auiten, John. KH. Cape M. R H ^or. 51 

Bagot. Charles. Gr. Q.l* l\r^7' ?i 

Banile, Hugh, Sun eyRanpers *xi^^ J! 

» as Baker, George, 16 Lancers Nov. 4fl 

5a^low. George Edward Pratt, 22 P 28 June 38 

Raialgette. John, 2 W. I. Rcgt " 'J°^- Jj 

9 Beable, Thomaa Stirling, 44 P. 20 June 64 

Slackbume. WlUiam, flO P. .............. . «J ? °^* Jl 

Blake, Matthew Oresory, Canudlan Kegt. .. 28 Juno 88 

a Blska, Wm. Wlllwras, OB. II Dn , . 22 July ftO 

Blane, Charles Collloa, Or. Gd*. >ov. 46 

a fflO Boldaro, Lonsdale, Gr. Gds. 15 April 45 

Boswell, Sir Geo. A. P. Houstoun, Bart. 

Cold8t.Gds. ^ii®^* Ji 

a Boys, Edmund French, 45 P Nov. 40 

ferigge, William, 87 P *Si""*!* 

BrInctaSan, Brlnckman, Cold.^t. Gds Nov. 4a 

a Brooke, Thomas. Gren. Gds.. . .... ..... . 10 Jan. 87 

a «a Browne, Fielding Browne. C//. 60 P. 10 Jon. 37 
S Browna, Robert Francis Melville, 8co. 

Pus Gds • ^ x^ov. 41 

Burdett, Sii' Robert, Bart. 08 F. . ... . .... . Nov. 46 

Burjtoyne, Sir John Montagu. Bt. Gr. Gds. D Nov. 46 

BuMem. Nathaniel. KB. 97 V 1 J July 2 

Campbell. James, 87 P ?? ^'''■- Sf 

Cane, Stopford, 80 P ^i iJ°*'' ?i 

Cecil, Lord, Thomas, Coldst. Gds 9 Nov. 40 

8 Chaplin, Thomas, Coldst, Gds. 23 Nov. 41 

Oaverlng, Henry Mordaunt, 98 F 20 April 02 

Clinton, Frederick. Gr. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Close, Maxwell, 79 F «2 v^""* 1? 

Conroy, Henry George, Gr. G'>»- •;/•;; «" ?S t JJ 
a Coupir, Sir George, Bt. CB. KH. 10 P. 10 Jan. 87 

a Cox, Sir William, Port. Serv 5^"B- ^2 

aaa Dawklns, Heniy. Coldst. Gds 10 Jan. l/f 

Bobbin. Thomas, 8 Dr. Gds 23 N ov. 41 

a Doyle, Sir John MlUey, KCB. 12 C.ir. 

^Batt 27Mny 25 

Drummond. Edward, 86 P.. ...... ........ 4 June 13 

ana Drummond, William, 8co. Puf . Gds. 10 Jan. 8/ 

Dtindas. Philip, 6 F Nov. 4G 

a FalrfwT. Sir Henry. Bart. 3 Life Gds .. 23 Nov. 41 

fane, ffo»». Henry S-.tton, 10 P ONov. 46 

Parqiharson. Frederick. 7 F. 9 Nov. 48 

Fawcett, William. 84 P oSv^li? 

Fleming. James. 65 F |?vSr bI 

Frascr. James, 72 F ?S j.fu S{ 

Gaunttett, George, 62 F »» '"^^ *1 



V jea Gawler, George, KIF. 62 F 

$ Gordon, Arthur Helsham, Gr. Ods 

Graham, William, Scots Fm. Gds 

Greenwood, George, 2 Life Gds 

Hamilton, Sir Charles J. J. Bart. CB. 

Scots Pus. Ods 

a H iimtlton, John, Coldst. Ods 

f Hamilton, John Putter, KH. Scots 

Fu . Gds 

Harcourt, Francis Vcnablo?, Coldst. Gds. . . 

a Harris Harry Bulteel, KH.O'iF 

llay, I«r<< Edward, 7 Hussars 

Higclns, Warner Wotcnra, KH. 7» P. . .. 
9 4UUI Hill, Sir Robert Cbambre, CB. 

R. H, Ods 

Hill, Hoii. William Noel, 13 P 

flHogge, John, X//. Ill-' 

Holland, Louncelot, 84 P 

Honyraan, Sir Ord, Bart. Gr. Gds 

as^ Horton, George William, 7 Dr. Ods. 

$aa Hughes, Robert, 1 W. I. Regt 

■^ iiiA Hutchinson, Hon. Henry Hely,6 Dr.*. 

%) JoddreJl, Honry Kdmund,Gr. Ods. 

a mi Keane, Edward. Or. Ods 

p K>le, Alexander, XOP 

^J l^A l4ine, Henry, Or. Gds 

$5151 Lascellea, Charles P. R. O^ Ods 

i^liiA l.e Blanc, Francis, 40 P 

^ Le4ie. Charles, AJI. Oren. Ods 

aCft Linton, John, Coldst. Gds 

M' Alpine, James, Drs 

M*Douall. James, late of 2 Life Guards .. 

^ Macadam, WiUiam, KH. 8 Foot 

Maclean, Sir Charles Fitrroy, Bt. 13 Drs. .. 

S23 Madox, Ueury, KH. 12 Lancers 

Maxwell, Sir WlUiam Alex. Bart. 1 Drs. .. 

Moyrick, Wm. Henry, Or. Gds 

Mitchell, Hugh Andrew Robert, Or. Od«. .. 

O^-eii, Robert, 72 I' 

Paget, Frederick, Coldst. Gds 

9 Patrickson, Chris. Clarge?, CB. 43 P 

Pennant, Hon. Edw. Gordon Douglas, Scot* 

Pus. Guards 

Phipps, Hon. Chas. B. CB. Scots Pus. Gd*.. 
RoyuKidson, Eiiward Birch, Or. Guards., 

p Richardson, William, R. H. Gds 

Robertson, James Macdonald, 4 Dr. Gds. 

^Salwey, Henry, 2 Drs 

Saumarcx, Hon, John St. Vinrent* 16 Drs. 

Savage, John Morris, R. Art 

9 Saunderson , Hardre« IU»be-t. 73 P 

Scott, Hon. Charles Grantham, ScoU Fus.Ods 

^8hee, Charles, 6 Dr. Ods 

a Stioted. Henry, CoMst. Ods 

St. Qulutln, Matthew C. D. 17 Drs 

•J'avlor, Plilllpntts Wright, Canadian Rifles 

Tayntou, WHliam Henry, 44 P 

Teulon, Oe;irfe. 10 P 

Thornton, Godfrey, Or. Ods. . . . . , 

|l Thornton, Henry, CB. BiF 

T»dd, George, Culd«t. Gds 

IJTovev, George, WOP 

J9 ffilil Vandelcur, John, 4 Dr* 

Vicar«, William Henry, 61 F 

anWallace, Robert, K/r. 8 P 

Walpole, Horatio, 79 P 

a Ward, John Richard, CB. 2 Drs 

Warrington , Thornh ill. 44 P 

Whvte, John James, 1 Dr. Ods 

Wigiain, Ely Duodeoimus, Scots Pus. Ods, 
Wilbraham, Hon. Edw. BooUe, Coldst. Gda. 

1 Jfljl Willmnn, Thomas, 5 Dr. Ods 

! I Woodgate, William, CH. 60 P. . . 
; J Wyatt, Sir H^nry Robartes, 29 P. 

; I Wyndliam, Charles, 70 P 

i P W yndbaro, George, 27 F 

rorka» PbiUp James, 8coto Fas. Odi 



,8coto Fas. Ods. ...... 

Digitized by VjOCJ V 



9 Nov. 46 
10 Jan. 87 

» Nov. 46 
12 Jan. 88 

SO Jane 54 
%7 May «6 

IS Aug. 19 

Nov. 40 
10 Jan. 87 

9 Nov. 46 
S8 Nor. 41 

1 Jan. 10 
SO Juno 64 

.SSNov. 41 

4 June 14 

5 Oct. 46 
S3 Nov. 41 
28 Nov. 54 
28 June ds 

10 Jan. 87 
88 Juno 88 
SU June 64 
28 Juno 38 
S3 Nov. 41 
28 Nov. 41 

Nov. m 
9 Nov. 4ci 
23 Nov. 41 

10 April 47 
S3 Nov. 41 

9 Nov. 40 
88 June 88 

11 Nov. 61 

10 Jan. 87 
28 Nov. 54 

11 Nov. 61 
11 Nov. 61 

19 July 21 

Nov. 40 
11 Nov. 51 
80 June 54 

10 Jan. 87 
9 Nov. 41 

23 Nov. 41 
SO June 54 
14 Jan. 65 

11 Nov. 51 
80 Jan. ir> 

Nov. 40 
2.i Nov. 41 
11 Nov. 51 
28 Nov. 54 
9 Nov. 46 
9 Nov. 46 
9 Nov. 40 

27 May 25 
9 Nov. 46 
9 Nov. 46 

23 Nov. 41 
S8 Nov. 64 
S3 Nov. 41 
11 Nov. 61 
SX July 80 

20 Jane 54 
11 Nov. 61 
11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 61 
10 Jan. 87 
10 Jnly 21 

28 Nov. 41 
26 June 88 
SS July 80 

9 Nov. 46 



Cfeneral imi FkU Oficen who hw9t retired. 



16 



usuTEirAm-coioifsiiS. 

AIlea,Jaaes,2W.I.R«gt. • Not. 40 

AlTsoley, hard R. P. A., Unatt , . $0 Oct 9« 

9 Anderson, Joseph, CB, KB. 50 P 1 April 41 

Andxetv*, Cniirles 46 F 11 Not. 51 

Androc, WiUiRin, 55 P 11 }lor. 61 

Armstrong. Alcr. Bofl\rell, Cape M. Killes ,. 5 Nov. 47 

AUur, Thomas 8 Dr. Qds. ,,, It May 43 

S^ Barnot. C. J. Scots Fus. Odt. 96 Oct, 90 

Barnett, Knox, 56 F ,, 11 Nov. 51 

Barrington, Henrj, Or. Qda. , , 1 Oct. S9 

B trrow, Tbomas 68 P B June 14 

9 £» Barton, Alexander, KB, 12 Drs 10 Jan. 37 

Barton* Hii-h Willivn, 69 P. ao Dec. S8 

Bathe, Sir William Plunkint, Bart, 53 F. ,. 9 April 95 

Bathurst, Henry. Scots Fus. Gds 19 Jan. 43 

P Bayly, Sir Hciir/, Jl// 88 Nov. 41 

Bell, Wimam, IS P , , 30 Mar. 43 

P Bell, Tliomas^ CB. 48 P SO 8opt. 37 

Bennett, Uniiam, 48 F. ., 10 Jan. 37 

Bigsc, WflUara Mattheir, 70 K S3 AprU 47 

BlacUford, Oiwald S imuel, 15 Drt. 20 Juno 54 

7£i Black, John Lewi^ 14 Drs. 11 Nov. 51 

££I BUne, Sir Hugli Seymour, Bart, Scots 

Fus. Gds ^ 81 Aug. 31 

cflBlatliwayt, 6<,M>r7u WiUiam, IF U Nov. 51 

Blonieaeld, O^or?.*, 7 Dra S3 Nov. 41 

Boldero, Henry George, 88 F U Nov. 51 

Bond, Bdward, Dep. Batt. SOrJune 54 

Bond, Henry, 15 Hussars 11 Nov. 51 

Bonliam, John firathvaite, 50 P. ............ 14 Feb. 5S 

< c I Boiven, Bober^, Coldst. Gd« , . . S7 Jan. 33 

9 Brackenhury, Si,- Kilwnrd. 6» P. 10 Jan. 37 

?J Brown, Gi»taTu«, C71. 05 P 17 Auj;. 12 

Brvnrne. Bn thertm, 04 F II .Nov. 81 

p <!&! B-owDc, Barton Parker, 11 4)n« 11 Nov. 51 

SBnnrnc, GcDnse. 78 F. 28 Nor. 41 

P fa Brace. William, KH. 48 F. « Nov. 41 

41 Runbary. Tliomas, Ci*. 80 P. 36 Julv 44 

Burdett, Frapris, 17 Dr# 19 Oct. 48 

Burton, Francis Aufustu* Plunkctt, Coldst. 

Oda. SSMay 55 

Burton, Joseph NettervUle. 34 F. 11 Nov. 51 

Butler. Edward Kent 8. 35 P, 17 June 30 

S lal Cadell, Ctaarles, Kli. 94 F S7 8ept. 38 

Cameron, Nathaniel, 79 P. ••. , 34 June 13 

UX Cameron, yi. 0. ^ff, Gr. Qds 7 July S6 

Campbell, James, 6} P IB Aug. 40 

9 CaoipbeU, Patrick, 95 F ,. 10 J»n. 37 

C^rrutfaera, Richard, CB. 2 P, S3 July 3U 

Cnvan, Philip Charles, SO P 31 May 5S 

LharletoQ, Henry Wilmot. 3 Dt, 04* 11 Juuo 41 

C.urch,5ir lUchard.CJJ.C^C^.GreekL.I... 19 Nov. IS 

ClJtherov, John Chriitie, Cold*t.Gds 80 May 43 

Cole, Robert, 39 F, , 31 Dec. 47 

Cnlmaa, Thomas, 9 P. ..., SO June 54 

9 tBi Colthorst, James Robert^ 13 F 11 Nov. 51 

Connop. Henry, 55 F , 11 Nov. 51 

II Cooke, John Henry. 31 F, ..,...., 11 Nov. 51 

^CaCookcRicIianl ilarvcy, Ci).Gr.Ods... 7 Nov. 11 
P fiCI Cowell, John Stepney, KH, Gold. Gds. 15 June 30 

Cox, Charles, 73 F ,. U Nov. 51 

Crowe, John, JCir. 8 F, , ...10 Jan. 37 

Cum mine, H<(nrj Wcddorburce. Ooldkt. (idn. 27 M'ly 58 

^ Cu>t. Hon. Pere^iioo Prai»rl», S3 P ♦ . Xuv. 46 

cSDaoser, Hon^ George Uooel Dawson, 

CA.89F. ..., 4 Dee. 15 

Bashwood, Alexander WUton, 74 F... 83 Nov. 41 

Dawson, Robert Keandej, R. Kog 89 Mar. 58 

Dpare, Georte, 81 P 88 Dec. 88 

€aDMVanx,B.,ScoUFui. Gds «... 3 July SO 

IIDeTisme, Pninri9,8^F. 11 Nov. 51 

Dicby, Henry R^ilpit Acots Fus. Gds 80 July 30 

D'Uoo, FfOAf i9 W lUiain, 09 P. . • , 7 Dec. 47 

«a Dlrom. John Piulcy. Gr. Gds. , 87 Mar. 88 

££i Dishrowe, Goorse, Gr. Gds 17 A'lg. 31 

Dixon, John, Or. Gds. ,« 18 May 41 

Duberley, George, 77 F. ,'8 Dec. 48 

Dandas, Thomaii, 38 P lOJan. 37 

Diinsmaie. Charlc«, 44 F 15 Feb. 50 

B EdfDoada, Hantiltim, 7 P 11 Nov. 51 

|iEIB1pbtn«tone,J.D.,4 1V. I. R ISNuv. 18 

9 Palkiner, Samuel, 83 P 11 Nov. 51 

Pane, Henry, 15 Dn.... 17 Oct. 37 

pPendaU, Wmiam,4Dn 84 Dec. 38 

PergwoB, Robert, 79 F...... 13 Mar. 35 

yhWlay.Alemuicr, 9 W.l.B, ...,....,,., 13 Feb. 58 



Plt«mr, £M-ii Charles, 80 F M Jiii. 13 

Fiti Sov, Hugh, Gr. ads. 39 Dee. 40 

99ft Flamank, John, 35 F. 8 N«t. 46 

Pletehcr, lU, Gr. Gds 36 Not. 30 

Forbes, John. Coldst. Gds 7 Aug. 46 

Forbes, Jonathan, 78 P 9 Nov. 46 

Forbes, John Alexander, 98 F 9 Nov. 46 

Foreiter, Cecil waiiaio, 53 P 83 Aug. 61 

l\>rlong, James 43 P 7 Hay 41 

Freeman, Thomas Inlgo Wlrkham, 13 F. .. 11 Nov. 51 

miJSi Fuller, Prancis. CB. 53 P 37 May 35 

i Fuller, Frederick Hcrfoy.91 F. 11 Nov. 51 

Oai»ford, John William, 78 P 98 June 55 

? Gamer, John Hatchiuson. 93 F 11 Nov. 51 
irardot, Chark» A. Coldst Gda. . > 1 1 July SO 

Glover, Sterling Freeman, 18 F 14 Apr. 46 

SB Gooeh, Henry, Coldst. Gds. 36 Nov. 38 

Gordon, Lord Prancis Arthur, 1 Life Gds. .. 30 June 51 

Gordon, John, 47 F 16 Dee. 50 

Gould, Prancis Augustus, 48 F. 11 Nov. 51 

fOraham, Henry, 69 F U Nov. 51 

eSiGrove, Henry, SDr.Ods , 10 July 91 

Gunning. Matthew, 6 P 9 Nov. 46 

9 cia Ualkett.Hugb. CB, QCU, Oet, Legion 1 Jan. 18 

Hall, Charles, Scou Pus. Gds 13 Aug. 35 

9£aHall,Georffe,54P 88 June 38 

HaU, Jasper Tavlor, 53 P 83 Nov. 51 

HamUton, Sir James John , 39 F 9 Nov. 46 

Hammlll, Thomas Cochrane, Ceylon Regt... 11 Nov. 51 

Hanmer, Henry, Kff, R. H. G is 18 May 86 

Harding. Ber\|Broin, 8 Dr. Odt 14 Jul; 95 

Hardinrr, William, 8 F S3 Nov. 41 

Hare, ^on. Richard. 90 F. II Nov. 51 

9«fll Harris, ^Sir Thomas Nnel. Unatt 13 Feb. 83 

9 HnrriMn, John Bacon. CB. 50 P .10 June 18 

9 m\ Harrison, Jolm ('hrl?t' pher, A' //. S3 P. 88 J uly 80 
<ll&l Hawkins. Henry, Scot« Pus. Gdn 88 July 30 

5 Hawkins, John P. C'/). 6S P 81 June 18 
Hay, Air Andrew Leith, KU. 1 W. I. B... 81 Jane 81 

Hay, David, 6 Dr. Gds 1 Nov. 48 

fi^lHewett, Wlllia'ii.53F 19 Aug. 38 

llort, Richard, 81 F 1 July 48 

Hudson, Joseph Henry, Gr. Gds 10 May 45 

Holme, William, 90 F 10 Jan. 87 

9 jiiSI Hambley, William, Rifle Br 11 Nov. 51 

p ilumfrey, Benjamin GeaUs, 97 P 11 Not. 01 

9 Hunt, John Pmlip, Cit. U P 87 Apr. 18 

9Hutton,Tboma«,38P 88 June 38 

Inge, WilUam. 8 F 11 Nov. 01 

Irving. Henry Hoehton, 58 F 11 Nov. 51 

ctCl Jackson, Baail, R. ataff Cor\y% 9 Nov. 46 

9 Johnst m, James, 90 K 11 June 98 

9 mL Johnston, WUltaro Frederlrk, Gr. 

Gds lOJan. 37 

Johnstone, George, 15 F 83 Aug. 30 

Jones, Kbenezer, 66 F...., 11 Nov. 51 

Jones, Thomas, 14 Drs 10 Jan. 37 

Knye, George J^lster Lister, Unatt • • , . 11 Nov. 51 

Kearney, Charles, 8 Hi, Od* 88 Oct. 37 

Kidd, John MMahon, 87 F 88 June 54 

Klng.A. 8. lOP 18 Aug. 19 

Kirwan. Andrew Hyacintti, 05 F. 11 Nov. 51 

Kiteiiener. Henry Horatio, 9 F 5 Nov. 47 

Knox, WillUm. 13 Drs 83 June 48 

Knox, Browulow William, 8cot<i Fus. Ud$.. 15 Nov. 89 

Knux, George, Coldst. O'Js , 87 July 88 

Lnrdy, Christian Frederick, 58 P 9 Nov. 46 

Leake, W. M. Rojal Artiltory 4 June 13 

££1 Leathnm, James 4 P , 11 Nov.. 51 

Leitrim, WUliam, Earl of, air. 83 June 54 

Lennox, lord, Arthur, a:i F 88 Nov. 48 

fiCl Lennox, Lord George, 6 Drs 19 June S3 

?LillIc, Sir John Prott. CB, Gr. Gds 10 Jan. 87 
tndsa.v, Iloit. Charles Huah, Gr. Gdo 14 July 64 

Lindsay, Mai tin Qeor^ Thomas, 91 F 8 April 48 

Long, 8am«iel, Gr. Gds 13 Sept. 27 

9 9aLuard, John, 80 F 88 Juno )M 

M'Coll, Jairos. 8 Dr? 17 S.pt. 41 

9M'Vlcar, Jolm, 40 F 11 Nov. 51 

9 M'Niven, Thomas William Ogllvy, 70 P.. . 31 Dee. 41 

9 MacBean. Frederick. KH, 84 F 8 Nov. 88 

Maedonald, Alexander, G8 F SO June 54 

9 9£i Mttcdonold, Robert, CB. R. Art 87 May 85 

9 Wi Mocdonsld, Robert, CH. 36 P 85 Aug. 89 

Maedonald, John, 5 P 11 Not. 51 

Maod0nald, George, CB. 79 F S4 Feb. 14 

9MaoDouffal1, James, 48 F 1 Nov. ^ 



16 



General and Field Officers who have retired. 



MMksf, JohaAteXn^'F 90 June 65 

MActoan, Alexaiuler, S W. I. Begt 14 Ma/ 47 

Maclean, Henry DttDdM, 60 F. 9 Nor. 40 

MaeiibertOD, OiUlea, Caaadian Rifles Not. 46 

Mair, Ooroellat Cuyler Philip, 84 F 28 Not. 41 

SaOHainwariiir, Frederidc,61P 4 Sept. 40 

Malflt, Cliarlet 8t Lo, 8 P 25 Oct. 49 

&Maniel» John, CA. 68 F 1 Jan. 13 
I MarahalU WUllam, Insp. Field Ofllcer.. 16 July 80 

Matbias,lVlUiaro,OdP. SO June 54 

Maxwell, Charles- Ff anois, 83 F 97 Oct. 48 

Majme, WiUlara, 1 F. II Xov. 51 

Meek, Jacob,77 78 F II Nor. 51 

Messiter, John, 88 F. 24 Auf . 49 

Mill, James, 60 F. 23 Not. 41 

llfli MUler, Fienoes 8. CB 4 June 14 

MiUer, Thomas, 81 P 8 8ept..60 

Mills, William Maxwell. 7 Dr. Qds. 28 Not. 41 

Milnes, Colin John, C0. 65 F 4 Jane 11 

9 Morris Sir Georse, 40 F. 4 June 14 

9 M'Pberson, Dancan, 97 F 28 Feb. 40 

Murray, Sir Arch. John, Bmrt. Scots Fus. 

Qds 28 Dee. 90 

Murray, Samuel Hood, 8 W. I. R 7 June 54 

|i4BNeTlll. ParkPercy,6SP 11 Not. 51 

Newton, William Henry, KIT, Canadian 

Rifles 98 June 38 

Nicholson, Thomas William. KH. 55 P 28 June 30 

Niooll, Samuel John Luke, 80 F 4 Aug. 46 

NIcolls, Geoiie Oreeo, 1 Dr. Qds tfS Not. 41 

Nortbey, WiUiam Brook, 1 F II Nor. 51 

O'Donoghue, Daniel, Canadian Regt 33 July 80 

Onslow, Arthur Edward, Scots Fus. Ods. .. 10 Dec. 47 

Ol iTier, Henry Stephen, 65 F 98 Not. 41 

Orange, WiUlam Kesbitt, 67 P Nor. 46 

9 O'Reilly, Anthony Alex. Unstt Nor. 46 

Page, George Curry. R. £ngiDOors 14 April 48 

Parker, Edward, 60 F. 90 June 54 

Parlby, George, 4 F 11 Nor. 51 

paR Paschal, George Fred. Depot Batt II Nor. 51 

|l Patten'on, Cooke Tylden, 51 P 11 Nov. 51 

Pearoe, WlUiaro, KH. Coldst. Gds 20 Aug. 26 

Pearson, Cliarles, F II Nov. 51 

Peddie, John Crofton. 21 F 30 Oct. 48 

aCl Phipps, Paul, KH, 3 Dr. Ods 37 Oct. 20 

Piper, Hugh, 88 F. 28 May 81 

Pitt, Hon. Horace, B. Hor«e Gds 9 8q)t. 58 

Pottlnger, William, 6 F 9 May 45 

fPratt, Percy, 13F. 98 Not. 41 

9 Raines, Joseph Robert. 05 F. II Not. 51 

Raitt, George Bdward. 9 F • 25 Sept. 14 

Randolph, John Weecli, 57 F. II Nov. 51 

Reed, Thomas. 70 F 80 Dec. 47 

Reeve, John, Or. Ods 30 June 54 

f^aaiRidgway.John Allen, 60 F 90 June 54 

Roberts, F. Thomas, Or. Gds 81 Dee. 14 

Roberts, John Cramer, 65 F II Nor. 51 

Robinson, John George, Scots Fus. CKls 13 Aug. 87 

Romilly, Frederick, Scots Pus. Gds 99 Jan. 47 

Rothe, Lorenao, 08 P. 21 Feb. 53 

Rowley, Sir Charles, Bart. 9 Drs 81 Aug. 80 

9 Rords, William, 88 F II Not. 51 

9 Rudsdell, Sir Joseph, Or. Gds. 15 Aug. 26 

R'issell, Lord Charles James Fox, 60 F Not. 46 

9 Saunderson, William Baaset,4F. II Not. 51 

jinSchreiber, George, 88 P 11 Nov. 61 

!l fiBl Sedley, Anthony Gardiner, 8 W. I. R. . . 16 Sept. 46 
I aa Short, Charles W. Coldsr. Gds 31 Sept. 80 
I Simmonds, Henry, Ceylon Regt. 7 Jan. 43 
ISimmons, Joseph, Clf. 41 P 1 Not. 43 
ISUter.John James,83F 10 July 47 
mart, Henry, R. Engineers 30 July 35 

Smith, DaTid Rae, 23 P 30 June 64 

9 SB Smith, George, R. Horse Gds 28 June 88 

Somerset, Poulett George Henry, CB, 

Coldst Gds 8 Mar. 54 

QO Sowerby, T.. Coldst. Gds 14 May 17 

Spenee, Jamos, C0. 81 F 6Jan. 46 

Spencer, Horn. George Augustus, Coldst. Gds. 90 Dee. 44 

Spicer, W. F. 

SteeTens, Charles, 90 P. 96 Aug. 18 

SteTenson, George Milne, Coldst. Qds 10 June 40 

Stevenson, Thomas, 80 P.... ,....« II Nqv. 61 

9 Stewart, James, Ceylon Rifle Regt 11 Nov. 61 

Stewart, Peter Desbrlsay, R. Art 90 Dec. 41 

St. Maur, Edward, 61 F • 4 July 46 

9 Stretton, SeTcrus William Lynam, 40 F. . . May 43 
Strioey, John Kdward, SeoU Fus. Ods 84 May 60 



Suckling, NeboD nemlng, 07 F 11 Nov. 61 

Thynne, Lord William, Gren. Ods 81 Aug. 88 

Tiemey, Matthew Edward, Coldst Gds..» .. 97 Apr. 49 

9Toole,Wmiam,89F II Nor. 61 

Trenrh, Power Le Poer. 9 Dr. Ods 11 Not. 61 

Turberv ill, GerTas, AT/r. 19 F S Oct 80 

Twopeny, Edward, 78 F 10 Dec. 47 

Ussher, John, 06 F 20 June 64 

Van Cortlandt Henry Clinton, 81 P 80 Dec. 43 

fTander Meulea, Charles James, 78 F 8 Apr. 43 
aughan, Herbert, 00 P 38 Nor. 41 

Tansittart, Robert, Coldit. Ods. Not. 46 

Vandelear, Robert. 80 P 38 Not. 41 

9 flB Temer, Sir William, Bart 

vemon, Qeorge Augustus, Coldst. Ods 95 Apr. 48 

Warren, George, 98 P 8 Not. 46 

Warren, Samuel- Robinson, 65 F. ..••.... : 90 Dec. 80 

Watson, WiUlam, 8 Drs 11 Not. 51 

Waogh, William Petrie, 16 Drs 20 June 64 

Ca Wedgwood, Thomas, Scots Pas. Qds. . . 51 Dee. 80 

We»t, John Temple, Or. Qds 6 July 53 

'\5niannell,Oeorge^88F.., 14 Apr. 48 

*" W Ilkie. Hetcher, Unatt 19 July 21 

jia Wllklns, George, CB., KH. Rifle Br. . 4 June 14 
881 Wilson. George DutIs, CB. Gr. Gd«.. . 18 June 16 
^ilson, Charles Townshend, Coldst Gds. .. 8 Dec. 54 

Wingfleld, Thomas Henry, 83 F. 10 Jan. 30 

9 Woodford, John, 09 P 11 Not. 61 

9 Wrench, E. Ommanney, Dm 28 June 88 

Wrottesley, /Ton. Charles Alexander,7 Drs... 8 July 80 

DA Wyndhsm, Charles, 3 Drs. 80 Dec. 87 

Wynn, Herbert Watkin Wms., 3 W. I. Regt. Juno 54 

|l Yale, William Parry, 83 F 28 June 88 

Yerbury, John William, 8 Drs 7 June 40 



1CAJ0E8. 

flAdair, James, Unatt 13 Dee. 20 

Agnew, Charles, IIP 33 Nov. 41 

Allen, William Warner, Drs 31 Feb. 61 

Amsinck, William, 53 F 88 Nov. 41 

9 Andrews, Francis, 53 P 10 Jan. 87 

Archer, William Henry, 16 Drs 16 May 45 

Armstrong, Thomas, 46 F 38 Not. 41 

Ashmore, William, 16 F 81 Aug. 49 

98® Austin, WiUiam, 56 F 4 July 46 

Aylmer, George Edward, 40P Not. 40 

9 SB Bacon, Anthony, 17 Drs. 31 Dec. 25 

9flSBacon,CsBMr,88Drs 10 Jan. 87 

Bagot George, 17 F 10 Oct. 40 

Baker, Thomas Rfohard, 7 F 81 Aug. 88 

Balfour, Robert WiUiam, 88 F II Not. 51 

Baring, H., 1 Life Ods 18 Nov. 80 

Bataey, WiUiam D'Oyley, 77 F. 11 Not. 61 

Beamish, N. L. Unott 80 Dec. 20 

Beare, WiUlam Qabbett 1 F Nov. 40 

Beete. John PIcton, 81 P. 96 June 88 

Bell, Robert, 5 Dr. Ods. 11 Nov. 51 

Bent, John,5P 93 July 80 

Bentham, John, 47 F. Not. 40 

Bere, Edward Bsker, 16 Drs 10 June 46 

Bird, Edward M., IF 4 June 14 

Boileau, Charles Lestock, Rifle Br 4 Dec. 85 

B mnor, Thomas, Ceylon Rifles 28 June 86 

Boys, Henry, 75 F Nov. 46 

Bownesjs John, 67 F • 8 Not. 46 

Blackburn, John, 86 F 30 Dec. 40 

9 iO BrndT, WiUiam S. Richardson, 86 F. 28 June 88 

Brand, James, 16 F 93 Nor. 41 

Brott, John DoTy, 17 Drs 98 May 53 

Brine, James, Uoatt 97 May 26 

Bringhurst. John Henry, 00 F 93 Dec. 48 

Browne, #/en. George Aug. 64 P I Dec. 87 

Bruce, Wm. T«rrell, 18 P ODee. 68 

BuUceley , Charles, 3 Life Ods 88 June 88 

Burke, William, Unatt .'31 July 80 

Bush, Robert OOP Not. 46 

9 Cairnen, George, 86 P • • 4 Dec 89 

9 Calcott Oeo. Berkley, 86 F. 10 Jan. 87 

fCaldscot Henrv, Or. Gds 28 June 88 

CsUey, Henry, 10 P 7 Aug. 40 

Campbell, Arch. Colin, 43 P. 13 Dec. 54 

Cauiphell, Robert 46 F. 16 May 45 

CampbeU, John Cameron, Drs 7June4e 

CampbeU, Thosnas Bdmnnd, Unatt 4 Not. 40 

Chadwlck, James, 70 F. 33April«l 

Chalmer, F. D. 7Dr. Q4«4ze^4>>W£&Uiai.. 80 Dee. 36 



General and Field Officers who have retired. 



17 



Chutewood, John, OS P II Not. fil 

Cbrbcie, Wm. Harrl*, 80 P. , No? . 98 

Own, JohD.fiSP. 11 Nor. 51 

Cochma, Jmas 41 F. 83 Nor. 41 

9 CoebniM, Bm. Wm. Bnldii«, IS J)n, .. 10 Dec 18 

|ICockbani»Wn. Honee,9aP 98 June 88 

Coker, Lewis, 29 F. SOOet. 40 

Camberiand, Goo. BiirnlL 48 F 15 Feb. 50 

eZIDanieU,John, 08F. 9 Mar. 88 

Darell, Heorr JoJui, 00 P 88 Nor. 64 

Dareoport, Wn. Dtreopprt, 94 F Nor. 40 

Oawe, Oharle^ 8 F. lOJao. 87 

9 DiUoo, Bobert, 48 F. 6 Nor. 18 

Donaldaon,Roberl,41F. 6 Feb. 47 

f Drake, 5ir TlKW. T. F. B. Bor^ 58 F. ..90 Hay 14 

aSDreve, Edward Ward, 88 Foot OJuneS? 

Uriberg. WlUiam, Uoatt 1 Har. 50 

Dackett, George Plojd, 8 W. I. R. 11 Kor. 51 

DyioD, Edward, 8 Dr. Gds 8April5S 

a Bdwardea, BidweU, KH. Unatt 8 May 84 

EllioU, Rlcbard, 8 W. I. B. IJulj 51 

Ellis, Bobert, 15 F. 89 Nor. 4 » 

Fane, Henrr, 4 Dn. . 90 Dec. 40 

Pawket, Rtehmf, 87 P. 10 Nor. 41 

Ffrciich,£d«iud,74F. lOJaD. 87 

FitxHerbert, Richard Henry, Rifle Br, . . . , 8 July 47 

Forbes Geoiie, 9 Dra Sf^ June 54 

Ford, George, 30 F IS May 80 

Fbtbofsill, William, 5*1 F. 88 Nor. 41 

9 Fox, Barry, 04 F 10 June 97 

PramptoD, Heathfleld Jamei, 50 F. 80 Dec. 64 

Freer, Daniel Gardiner, 75 F 19 Nor. 47 

Frend, George, 90 F 80 June 64 

Pylfe,Darid,44P. 4Junel8 

Pjfre.Darld,40P 10 Dec. 58 

Caie, Edward, Seota Put. Gd« 98 June 88 

Gavia,aeovfiO'HaUoran, lODra 10 Dec. 47 

Cell, Thomas, 99 P. 89 June 15 

OibMm,Cbar]etFlrederiek,S4P 80June54 

Oillman, Bennett Watkltts, 18 F 80 June 64 

Gocdall, George, 1 F. 17 Dec. 41 

Gordon, Doncan, 50 P.. . •• 4 July 84 

Gore, WlUiani RIdiaid Ormsby, 19 Drs 18 Oct. 52 

f OoMet,JolinIf 85 May 85 

6rabnm,X2eorge, 1 W. 1. R 7 June 91 

fiCt Graham, James Reg. Torin, 8 Drs. .... 10 Jan. 37 

Grant, James, 8 Dtt. ONor. 40 

Green, Andrew, 48 F 18 Dec. 53 

Greene, WiUiaro, 01 F 8 Mar. 14 

Greenwood, J. 8 Drt 91 Dee. 87 

Greig, John James. S4F. 80 June 54 

Gon. William, 60 F. 88 June 87 

Hall, Samuel Madden Francis, 75 P. 11 July 87 

^QHaattton. A]ennderDoke,OOF 88 Dee. 88 

Hamntoo, William Digby, 13 Dm 14 Feb. 45 

Sea Hare, WiDlam Henry, 61 P. 10 Jan. 87 
awker, Peter WiUlam Lanoe, 48 F 90 June 64 

Hawkes, Abraham, 80 F lOJnly 81 

as Head, Sir PTaneU Bond Bart., KCH. 83 Dee. 88 

Hepburn, Praneit John Swayne, 00 F 11 Nor. 61 

Herbert, Arthur, 39 F. 80 June 64 

Holmes, James Nieol, Canadian Rifles .... 89 Dec. 64 

Home, James Murray, 10 P 11 Nor. 51 

Hopkins. J. P.. JTH.. 98 P 6 Nor. 85 

Hopper, Edward, 88 P 88 Nor. 38 

lace, Ralph, Hggotr, Rifle Br. 11 Nor. 61 

Jacfcir Walter, 7 Dr. Ods. 10 Jan. 87 

Jocdyn, Man, Aogosius George Frederick, 

ODr.Gds. 90 Jane 54 

Jonct, William Prime, 05 P 11 Nor. 61 

BJodge, Arthur, 1 W. I. R 10 Jan. 87 

Keao, Henry, 97 F. 83 Nor. 41 

Keane, Edward A. W., LMtC, 87 F 5Mar. 41 

Xeayon, Thoma«, 8 F 95 Oct. 43 

Lawfcll, Digby Henry, 04 P May 48 

Lel^t4Mi. Forrester Owen, 50 F. 80 May 80 

littlcdala, Edward, 1 Dis 9 Nor. 40 

Loogmore, Geoige, R. Staff Corps 84 Aug. 89 

Lorett, Thomas Heaton, 98 P. 4April40 

Laeas, Riehatd 8 July 90 

Lyoo, Wi]liam,07 P 88 Nor. 41 

M'lttioy, Wailam, 09 F. 9 Nor. 40 

M-Moido, Alored Charles, 10 Drs. Nor. 40 

XadflMi, Wmiam, 87 P. 11 Nur. 90 

fMarQpfW, Donald J. 74 F. • • 88Jaly 90 

Mair,Arlhiir,09 7. IS Nor. 36 

Maiiia, YnleBtlno Hale, 7 F. 88 Nor. 41 

Hargarr. Alfted Bobnt, 64 P. 90June64 

- ~,Ai«.lMeoek,56F 19 Dec. 64 

i%]tatel,80r. , 18 Nor, 18 



Martin, Aleunder, 45 F. 19 Dec. 10 

Martin, Samoel Yorke^ 68 P 9 Nor. 40 

Massy, Hngh, 86 P SI Aug. 55 

Matsoo, Henry, 56 P 

Maule, John, 09 P II Nor. 51 

MaonseU, George, 1 W. I. R 90 Joae 64 

Mayne,Jobn, 1 F 9 Nor. 40 

f Meredith, Richard Martin, ISP 15 Dec. 48 

Ha Methold, Edward, 8 Dr. Ods. 10 Jan. 87 

MlUigan, William, 08 F 93 Nor. 41 

Minter, George, 80 F 89 Nor. 44 

S Milehell, Parry, 58 F. SSJnne 38 

MItford, John Philip, 8 W. I. R. 90 June 54 

Montgomery, Francis OeUrius, 46 F Sept. 80 

Moore, Charles, 39 F. 99 July 80 

Moore, William, 74 F 91 June 13 

Munro, Darld, 04 P 9Dec. 98 

Murray, M^n, Darld Henry, SeoU Pus. Gds. Nor. 40 

Napier. JToM. Charles, 71 P 17 June 90 

Nash, Charles Widenham, Canadian Rifles 93 Nor. 41 

Nelly, John Peier, 77 F 99 Nor. 39 

f Oa Nixon, James Lock, I W. I. R. 10 Jan. 87 

Northey, Aug. J. W. 41 P 97 Dec. 60 

aa Nugent, George, 7 Dr. Ods. II Jan. 88 

O'Connell, Daniel, 40 P 90 June 64 

f OXeary, Arthur, 66 P. 93 Dee. 49 

Osl% Arthur, 9 F 98Dec 49 

f Orr, John, 7 F. 10 Mar. 15 

Owen, Hugh, 7 Drk 4 Sept. 17 

Paul, Oiegury, 57 P 99 July 80 

Peach, James Peach, 1 Dr. Gds. 18 Nor. 68 

Peaeocke, Stephen Ponsonby, 50 P 11 Nor. 61 

Philipps, Courtenay, 15 Drs 6 April 88 

Pcle, Mundy, 40 F 9 Nor. 40 

? Pollock, Samoel, Rifle Br 10 Jan. 37 
rtdeaox, Sir Edmund Saunderson, JBarf, 

OOP 6 Apr. 31 

Priestiey, Edward Jonathan, KM, 96 P 81 Aug. 30 

Pringle, Norman, 91 F 93 June 14 

Qoentln, George Aug. Frederick, 10 Drs. , . 98 Apr. 40 

H Rainey, John, 69 F 14 Mar. 05 

Rawllson, George, 1 W. I. R 10 Jan. 37 

f Reld, Henry. 51 F. 10 Jan. 37 

Robertton, Charles, 00 P 10 Jan. 87 

Robinson, Joseph, 00 P 88 Dec. 48 

Rose, H. M. St. Vincent, 86 P 88 June 88 

RuHell, Xord Cosmo George, 98 P 10 Oct. 49 

Saltoun, AJez. IArd9ST, 10 July 59 

Sawrsy, Henry Beekwith, 88 P 90 June 64 

Semple, H. 85 F. 19 Apr. 31 

Semple, Joho.lOF SO Aug. 49 

Seton. William Carden, 41 P 16 Oct. 47 

98a Shnmons, George, 7 Dr. Ods. 10 Feb. 38 

Bkynner, Aug. Charles, 10 Drs 93 Nor. 41 

Smith, Seton Lionel, 64 P 90 June 64 

Smyth, Robert Carmichael, 98 F 18 Bfay 41 

Speedy, James, 8 F 98 Nor. 64 

Spence, John, 5P.... • 9 Nor. 40 

9 St. Clair, William Towers, 9 P 17 Jan. 98 

Stephenson, William Walter, Rifle Brigade 10 Jan. 37 

Stewart William, 80 F IS Mar. 17 

'4X3, St. John,QeorgeFrederiGkBerkeley,50P. S Aug. 90 

Stones, Henry, 18 Drs 19 Feb. SO 

Straith, Hector, St. Helena Regt 98 June 38 

Stuart, Donald, 40 P. 9 Nor. 40 

Sutton, John, 47 F 16 Oct. 60 

Tarlor, William, 70 F. 98 Feb. 44 

m Turner, Michael, 1 Dr. Gds 18 Jnne 15 

Vialls, Henry Tliomas, 46 P 88 May 58 

Yirlan, Chas. C. Xerd, 10 Drs. 19Aug.84 

Walker, Samuel. 00 P 19 Sept. 84 

Waller, James W. Samo, KM. 10 F 98 Mar. 38 

Warburton, Henry WiUUmEgerton,47 F... 17 Mar. 43 

Waring, H. 60 P 10April80 

Warrant, Robert, Drs 84 April 28 

Warran, WiUlam, Rifle Br 83 Nor. 41 

Way, Gregory Lewes, 80 P 8 Dec. 40 

fSa Webb, Yere^ 8 W. L Regt 9 Nor. 40 

Woyland, John Thorne, Unatt 88 Nor. 41 

While. Frederick, 87 F 88 Nor. 41 

aa Whitney, Beqjamin, 14 F 85 Nor. 88 

Wilkinson, Arthur Philip Sarage, 6*^.18 P. 4 Oct. 49 
Williams, Sir James Hamlya, Bt. 7 Drs. .. 94 Oct. 91 

Williams, Robert, 98 P 88 Nor. 41 

Wilson. Henry, 14 P 10 July 91 

iWoire, Edward, 98 P. 10 Jan. 87 

Wollaston, Fred. Drs 1 Nor. 49 

a Wood, Henry Owen, 87 F. 10 Jan. 87 

WooUard, Gilbert II Sept. 4 

f WH«..»W*I.^..F. „.^.^yg^^Jl for. 



18 



OFFICERS SERVING WITH SUPERIOR LOCAL RANK. 



OSNERALS. 

Sir WmiMn J. Codriofftoo, KCM» Oom^ 
wmn de r'in- Cfivf, SiuttrH Army ...... 8t Oct. 6S 

WiHcn. Oeoi^e Anfloa, Comnumdsr^iti- 
Chigf, Etat Indies , 80 Not. Oft 

9 Sir Colin Campbell, GCB , S8 Dee. 55 



LIKUXKHANT-OENXRALS. 

9 82ft James Jacluon, KSt, CommanAing 

the Force* and Lt,'Oovernor, Capt of 

Good Hope 26 Aug. 58 

|i a£l Sir Henry iSomeract, KCB. KH. 

Cofnmmnder-in- Ctiief, Bombay 20 Jan. 65 

Henrf W. Barnanlf CB. Commanding %nd 

DlvUlon, Eastern Army 90 July 55 

C& H. Lord Rokeby, Comtnandlng Ut 

Division, do do 

Hon. Sir JamM Torke SrarlvU, KCB. 

Commanding Cavalry Division^ Eastern 

Army SOJulj 55 

Sir John L. PennjfoDicr, XCB. Com' 

mending the Forces at Malta 7 Sept. 55 

Sir William Eyre, KCB, Commanding Srd 

Division, Eastern Armtf 6 Oct. 55 

Sir Richard Daeres. KCB. Commanding 

Boyat Artillery, Etutern Army 81 Dec. 55 



ICAJOB^SNZ&AIS. 

John Michel, CB, Chie/of the Stt^y Turk- 

i%h Contingent 87 Mar. 55 

Arthur Aug, T. Cuoyngliaine, CB, Com- 

msmding a Division of Infasury^ TStrk- 

isk Contingent 87 Mnr. S6 

Arthur Shirley, do. of Cavalry do April 55 

W. M. Smith, do, do, do do 

Sir J. Oaapaid Le Marchant, Commanding 

the Troops in Nous Sootia. etnd New 

Brunsf^iok 1 July 65 

|l Henry Frederick Lockyer, KIT. 07 P. 

CommatuUng tke Troope eU CeyUm .... 91 Aug. 55 
19 Edward Macartbur, Commanding the 

Troope in Austruliu 85 Sept. 55 

9 Robert Onrrett, KS. 49 P. Oommanding 

Atk Division^ Eastern Army 5 Oct. 55 

herd Wittian Pnulet, CB, Commanding 

lAgkt Division, Eastern Army Nov. 55 

Dvneaa A. Cameron, CB, 48 P. Coinmand- 

inga BigMand IHvisien, Saettm Army 9 Nor. 55 



llenry Knight Storks, in the EospTiorus, at 
Hcvtarl, and all tke dependent Poets as 
far as Sntyma, inettulve SS Nor. 55 



James R. CraUfurd, Gr. Gds. PartietUar 

Service 10 Jm. 55 

f William Preke Williams, KB. JUaUa,,,* SO Jan. 55 

RandHl Rumley, JTa/fa do 

D. F. Erans, TurkUh Contingent 87 Mar. 65 

James O. Neill, do. do 

S. J. Stereos, (7J7. do. do 

ChnrW Hunter do. ........ do 

Collinzwood Dickson, R. Art. do do 

William R. Mnnsfleld, Turkey 15 June 5A 

Maurice Bartow, 14 P. Commanding a Bri- 
gade, Easlem Army k 00 July 55 

Charlci Warren, CB. 55 P. do do 

Charles W. Ridley, Or. Qds. do do 

Charles T. Van Straubenrce, 9 P. do do 

Hon. Aug. A. Spencer, CB. 44 P. do do 

John Lawrenson, 17 Drs. do do 

William Parlby, 10 Drs. do do 

Charle* Trollope, 68 P. do, ,,,» do 

Lord George Paget, CB. 4 Drs. do, ,.., do 

Horatio Shirley, CB. 88 P. do do 

Bon. Henry H. M. Percy, Qr. Ods. T^key 91 Aug. 55 
James R. Ciaufurd, Gr. Gds. Oenunanding 

a Brigade^ Eaetem Army 85 Sent 55 

Fred. Gee. SJieireU, CB, 8 Hussars do .. 89 Oct. 65 



C0L0HEL8. 

W. M. 8. M'Mordo, 7\«rA<?i^ Feb. 55 

B. R. WelhoraU, Scots Pui. Gds., Ttsrkty., 87 Mar. 55 



USUTEirAirT-COLONXLS. 

J. D. O. TuUoch, North America SO July 59 

John L. A. Simmons, CB., R. Eng 14 Jul* 94 

John Brace, Staff OAc«r of PensJocers, 

Western Australia MSept. 64 



1LUQR8. 

L. C. A. Meyer, Jfaufsfone 83 Nor 41 

William H. Kenny, Suff Officer ol Pen- 
sioners, ^Ttfir Zcataiul 89 Mar. 40 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



19 

INDIAN ARMY. 

{General Officers.) 



QjsJHJS&ALS. 

Fredway CUrkc, Madras AitiUory S3 Nor. 41 

Sir Hopton (Stratford Scott, KCh. Mad. Inf.... SO Jane 64 

Sir Jamea lilynaB CaUvdU OCB, Mad, Bug. do 

Sir David LeiishUw, £CB. Madraa InfiHitry ... do 

Jamf Welibt do do 

Sir Jamrt RdmcU, KCB, Madras Oavaliy ...... do 

Martin White, Beneal Infmtnr ...» do 

Rtchard Podiaore, Jiadna iBlkDtiT do 

Sir Robert Hooston, JTCff. Bengal Cavalqr ... do 

John Greeastre^ Bengal Infantry do 

Gcom Beea Kemp, Bombay l&fautry do 

Johm Jinnro, Madras Infaatir do 

Joha Alex. Paul Macgre^r, Bensal laf. do 

Sir Jcfferr Prendergast, Madraa lur. do 

Sir Wb. iUebarda, f CA Bengal Int do 

AJer. Dobcnu, do do 

Jernr Ftancis Dyaon. Bombay Infantry do 

Sir John BoTeton, KCB. Madras Cavalry do 

Alexander Fair. CB. Madraa Infantry do 

Sir James Law LttsUington, 6CB. do. Car. ... do 

William Charles Kraser, M adras Infantry do 

William Gilbert, Bombay Infantry do 

Brackley Kennett. do 83 Nov. 54 

Augostns Andrews, CB. Madras Infantry ... 10 Mar. Sa 

James Ahmuty, Bengal Artillery 15 Sept. 55 

I Boyd, Bengal lufantry do 



LLKUTIMAHT-Okw kkMJR. 

Jobn Maclnnes. Bengal Infantry 11 "Soy. 51 

James Fallow field Salter, CB, BombMy luf. do 

Henry George Andrew Ta>lor, CB. Mad. Inf. do 

James Duraut, Benral Infantry do 

Brook Bridaca PariDy, CB. Madras Infantry do 
Sir Robert lieury CnnlUre, Bart, CB. Bengal 

Infantry «^o 

John Tniscott^ Bengal Infantry do 

John Hiekey Collette, Madras Cavalry do 

John Carfrae, Madras Infantry do 

KiehardWest, do do 

George Jackson, do do 

Samnel GoodfeUow, Bombay Engineers do 

Jamea Stewart Fraser, Madras Infantry do 

Peter I>e hi Motte, CB. Bombay Cavalry do 

Thomaa Wilson, Cir. Bengal iDi'antry do 

George Swiney, Benjral Artillery do 

Sir George Pollock, GCB. do do 

Alexander Lindsay, CB. do do 

£dward Frederick, CB. Bombaj Infantry ... do 

Geoige Benjamin Brooks, do do 

Peter Lodwick, do do 

James Morse, do do 

Suetonius ilenry Tod, Bengal Infantry do 

John Bnggs, Madras Infantry do 

Henry Thomson, Bengal Cavalry do 

James Kennedy, CJ?. do do 

Charles William Hamilton, Bengal Infantry. . . do 

£dmnnd Frederick Waters, CJ9. do. do 

Kichard CoUyer Andrte, do do 

George Mackenzie Stewart, Madras Infantry do 

Mark Cubbon, Madras Infantry do 

Thomas Sbubrick, Bengal Cavalry do 

Williim Henry Kemm, Bengal Infantry do 

Thomas King, Madraa Infantry do 

Thomaa Morgan, Bombav Infantry do 

Duncan Macleod, Bengal Engineers do 

William CulJen, Madras Artillery do . 

BaridBarr, Bombay Infantry do 

Sir John Hnnter Littler, GCB. Bengal Inf.... do 

>liniam Vincent, BennJ Infantry do 

Thomas Mnrrett, Madras Infantry do 

Thomas Henry Paul, Bengal Infantry do 

Henry Tnifnell Boberts, CB. Bengal Cavalry do 

Francis FarquhaiBon, Bombay Infantry do 

JOaht Son. Sir Henry Pottinger, Bart. G CB, do 

John Henry, Madras Infantry 3 Aug. 55 

Charlea Bansay SkaidOB» Boigtl Infantry ... 23 Aug. 66 

Samuel Swinhoe, do. 16 Sept, 65 

Joha Aadcciooi do «• 



KAJQE^XinDtAU. 

Frederick Young, Bengal Infantry 80 June 64 

Thomas Monteath DouglM, CB, Beng. Inf.... do 

WilHam R. C. Goatley, *>. do 

Charles Herbert, CJ9., Madias Infcntiy do 

George Petre Wymer» CB.. Bengal Infantry do 

Alexander Sick,' Bengallnnntiy Oo 

WilUam Pattle, CJ}., Bengal Cavalry do 

Thomas Fiddea, Bengal Inlhnftry do 

James Perry, Madraa Infantry dO 

Hugh Ross> do. do 

John Anderson, do do 

James Ketchen, Madras Attillety do 

Abraham Roberta, CB.^ Bengal Infanti7 do 

Jobn Morgan, Madras Infantry do 

Chaa. Arthur 0. WalMagton, Bengal Inf. do 

Thomas Oliver, do. do 

Michael Edward BagneU, Bombay Infantry. . . do 

Duncan Gordon Scott, Bengal Infantry do 

Ilenry Hall, CB. do. do 

JuHns George Griffith, Bombay Artillery do 

Samuel Shaw, Bengal Artillery do 

Fred. Larkins Doveton, Madras Cavalry do 

Charles Butler James, Bombay Infantry do 

James Henderson Dunsterville. do. do 

Matthew Coombs Paul, Beuf^Hl Infantry do 

Charles Payne, Madras Infantry do 

Sir Jobn Cbeape, KCB. Bengd Engineera ... do 

John Low, CB. Madras Infantry do 

Joseph Harris, Bengal Infantry do 

Jobn TuUocb, C£. do. do 

Kichard Powney, Bengal ArtiUery do 

Sir Hu^ Massey Wheeler, KCB. Bengal Inf. do 

George Edward Gowan, CB. Bengal Art do 

Patrick Montgomerie, CB. Madras Artillery... do 

James Stuart, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

Charles Ovens, Bombay lufuntry do 

Wm. Henry Hewitt, Bengal Infantry do 

John Home, do. do 

Geo. Wm. Aylmer Lloyd, CB. Bengal Inf. ... do 

Alexander TuUoch, CB, Madras Infantry do 

Arch. Brown Dyce, do. do 

J. Wheeler Cleveland, do. do 

Robert Blackall, Bengal Infantry do 

David Capon, CB. Bombay Infantry do 

Wm. Donald Robertson, do. do 

Duncan Sim, Madras Engineers do 

George Sandys, Madras Cavalry S8 Nov. 5i 

James Eckford, CB, Bengal Infantry do 

Mathew Soppilt, Bombay Infantry do 

Andrew Ilervey, CB. Bengal Tnfantrv do 

Sir Scudaroore Winds Steel, ATC'jB. liad. Inf. do 

Joseph Lejtgelt, Madras Infantry do 

l>Ye^ Schuler, Bombay Artillery do 

George Moore, Bombay Infantry do 

Foster Stalker, CJ9. do do 

Maurice Tweedie, Madras Infantry do 

Charles Montnbiu Cnmiicliael, CB. Ben. Cav. do 

Henry Lcclimern Worrall, do do 

John Bennett Hcirsey, CB. do do 

Georse fiichard Pemberton, Bengal Infantry do 

Donald Macleod, Madras Cavalry do 

Stephen Davia Riley, Bengal Infantry do 

Christopher Godlcy, CA. do do 

Nicholns Penny, CB. do do 

David Cunioghame, Bombay Cavalry do 

Charles Dennis Dun, Madras Infancy ......... do 

James Parsons, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

George Warren, do do 

Henry Fisher Salter, CB. Bengal Cavalry do 

Bichard Benson, CJI. Bengal infantry do 

Thomas Mathew Taylor, Bengal Cavaliy do 

Howard Dowker, Madras Infantry do 

Henry Sargent, do do 

George James Wilson, Bombay Infantry do 

Lewis Wentworth Watson, Madras Inflmby... do 
Joseph Gamault, do. ... do 

Robert Hawkes, Bengal Cavalry do 

Arch. Fullerton Richmond, CB. Bengal Inf. do 

Jamea Bell, Madras Infantry dr 

George Conran, Madras Artillery d 

Patnck Qnat, OB, Bengal Xnfintiy.iMi • < 



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Christopher Dixon Wilkinaon, CB, Ben. Inf. 9S Nor. 54 

William Taylor. Mndraa Infantry do 

Weetrop Watkinf, do do 

JuhnLanrie, do do 

' Frederick Parkinson Lester, Bombaj Artillery do 

James Edwin Wifliams, Madras Infantry do 

Francis Tnroley Farrell, Bombay Infantry ... do 

William Henry Marshall, Bennl Infantry do 

Kobert Al^cander, Madras Infantry do 

J&)iii f>flv r-nArfl, da ., ., do 

BQg,.'r Widjuniaflii Wilmtt. CH, Ben, Inf,,,.... do 

I'mutiis Apta cef II aw Idus^ CM. So. , do 

"WkMnm John Buttorvofth, CB. Ma^ Inf. ... do 

Jo!m KynsftoB iwnd. CM^ ,.....,.,....,,...^.*., do 

JoliQ Qnliaai, Benial Ibfantry .„..,.. ....*„,.^ do 

Ed^iraTd GinllA|B«A£iil Engineers , « do 

Adolpbuf DerfiiK MBrdnu lufnQtrj ..^. ,,„.,., do 

Pirhmd HonuL Bengal lurttiiinr do 

K^hon Ifibii Tliuiey ^'iriui} mtJriis Infuiilry do 

1 honiat Li Hie Icii G rmn, do. , do 

Alexander Cnmegj, CB, Beiigul Liruutry ,., do 

George TwHkyni, i,o *...„„... do 

llftur}" G ee Ualierla^ Bombaj Infontiy ......... do 

IViHiBin Cn^nje, do. ,,.^^ do 

Ibrid 1"'tjrlHa» do, .,.......,..„...,... do 

J qU n Jatnei Fkirfngt^o , Bengal ArtlUcry . ..„ . do 

I mucij ^t Ffit^ii p Madras <J^vu liy . , ^^ , . . ^, , .^ , , ^. , , do 

Cli*rlei Rifhoj-a William Uuc, CB. Ikft. Inf. do 

WilLiuu Jotin Gniixlu^, CJiF« da .., do 

GcQrp^e 131 nxske, CB. Bengali Arliiicry ,......., do 

J oh II ¥ aid wyn, M udmi Inf sniry .. . ..,..„..,.,.., do 

Benjaoiiti B^bei^son Mitclibij do*,.. «,.,,....... do 



Ste|,U II Moody, Beivpa! Infiutry ,.,..„...„... 28 Nov. 54 

Wbtkirt Lciwi» WHli^ni!!, Mndrai Infuitrf ...... do 

Kjfre Efniii Brace, MncTrBia Infantry ............ do 

Heniy Conintthrim, Mailrus Cavujrj ,,.......,.. do 

WUIJam iuitice, Madrni Inf&atr; ,«............, do 

Joliti CloiTjfh, do, ,,,„.. do 

Tlinnm^ JlickSiifOTij BcpBpl Infyntry ............ do 

llenr^ Cli<iitili«rii Murmv Cos, Bcupl Inf. ,,. do 

Joliii IToff^in. CB. ' flij. ... do 

G&>rp lluiah, f i*, do. ,.. do 

Tn-il LT Fck B In n d tl I* C^. ilad rai .\ rtillery do 

Jcilin CiiatfibeiU CJt, Madrn« Itifujitjy ,."..,.«, do 

ThinSAA Quwet Font^T, do, .,„„,,. do 

Fm. Franklund Wliinysttti, MatlfMi ArU do 

Jfimei Adamilovrden, Mudnii ItifimtTy ...... do 

Au;;iiilui €liirl[#, Ju. .„.., do 

ClJirW llenuiJlOiti, VB. tlsii^ Inratiiry .„.., do 

Kdwnrd AruiaLrQaK, MAdma InranlrY ......... do 

CliKirles WutlJiugLiuin, CH^ Bombay Engincen do 

TVio, Ikiin ISlOf^JBtA. Dun Kill lariuitr; „.. do 

AIm- TJioftlfton MtM, CM, liouibay lofantry, . do 

MturJra SUr k, CB . Bdtnlimv Co valry ". , . . do 

James OutrMcn, Bt^DiW ^^^^^'^^ ............... do 

WMIbm Wvllic. t:j3. do. .., „,„ do 

T. ' hu.^rnvnc.CB.An. ,. ..._, do 

I H I ci 9 .^ ittry , CIt, Lienpl Cavalry ...... IS April 6& 

A.^^»i,. Woodbura, CM. Bombay Inf. 1 May 

John Drink water Syers. Bengal Innntry 7 May 

George Grantham, Madras Infantry 8 Aug. 

neury Cracklow. Bombay Infantry 33 Ang. 

WilUam Prescott, Madru Infantry 15 Sept. 



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YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 
{INSTrrCTED BY HENRY VII., IN THE YEAR 1485.) 



. CtQ^/om.— J. R, Vise, Sydney, 30 Dec. 1862. 
Luutenant, — Sir George Philip Lee. 
Ensign,—^ Sir George Hotdton,* Ct^t. kp. 43rd Foot. 
CierioftheChepteandAdjiitant.^^^^^oYm'FitzMhXLncef^ K.H., Colonel h.p. Unatt 

Exons. 
9 Wi Sir John Kincaid,' iaie a detain in the Rifle Brigade. 
Richard Phibbs//a/e a Captain in the 4SthFoot,(f dfqj, 4th B» Lancashire Militia, 
Thomas Parker Rickford, late a Captain in the 23r<2 Fusiliers. 
George Vamham Macdonald, late Captain IQth Foot, 

140 Yeomen. 

I Sir George Houlton lerved in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry, through the whole of the retrrnt 
to Comnna under Sir John Moore in 1808. Served alto in the Walcheren expedition in 1800. Subsequently in 
th« Peninrala, inclading the retreat to the Lines of Torres Yedras in 1810, pursuit of Masicna, actions of Pombai, 
^inha, Casal Nora* Miranda de Corvo, Fos d'Aronee, Sabugal, Castrejon, Sao Christoral, San Munos, and San 
Milan ; battles of Poentes d*Onor, Salamanca, Tittoria (severely wounded), Pyrenees. Kivelle, Nlve(Oih, 10th, llih, 
i2Ui, and 18th Dec. 1818), and Toulouse ; siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and taking of the outwork of that 
r'ace, Fort Reynard; and siege and storming of Badi^oz. Has received the Silver War Medal with ten Clasps. 
>«rved in the storming of the Linea of New Orleans, and afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France. 

9 Colonel FitzMaarlee joined the Rifle Brigade in the Peninsula as a volunteer, in 1811, and served to the 
rod of tho war, including the affair at the Mill at Freizadas, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuenles d'Onor, sieRfit 
and assaulu of Ciudad Bodrigo and Badajoz, action at San Milan, and battle of Yittoria— skirmishing in advance, 
^•* therewith two Riflemen, tooktheJIr«t gun captured that day, and secured seven prisoners; pursued the enemy 
<o Pampeluna, under tba walls of which their latt gun was taken ; battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the helplits of 
^>ltalar, and the forClfled pass of Bera; defended an orchard in front of Arcangues for a whole day wiih one sub- 
<iivision ; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with thoae near Bayonne on the 10th, 11th and IStli Dec., 
1(^13 ; the brilliant action with Sonlt's rear-guard at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor 
affairs. He served also tho campaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Quatre Brojr, where he had 
the honor of firing the Arst shot. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in tlie thigh nt 
<}uatre Bras. Kecvived the Hanoverian Order, the Waterloo Medal, and the Silver War Mednl with eight Clasps. 

3 nx Johu Kincaid joined tlie Rifle Brigade in 1809, and retired from It as a Captain in 1891. He served on the 
Walcheren expedition in 1800 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the retreat to tlie lines of Torrek- 
Vrdras in 1810, occupation of them, pursuit of Massena, actions at Bantarero, Pombal, Bcdinha, Casal Xova, Foe 
't'Arooee (wounded), and Sabugal, battle of Fuentesd'Onor, actions near Fuente Ouinaldo and Aldeade Poute, siege 
•-nd ftorming of Ciudad Rodrigo,— was one of the leaders of the storming party of the Light Division ; siege and storiii- 

< ; of Badafos, actions on the heights of San Chrlstoval and at Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
'''^'.reatf rom Salamanca, In which he was acting Brigade-M^Jor to the 1st Brigade of the Light Division ; actions at San 

XunosandSan Milan, battle of Vlttoria, and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluna, 
"!•' ich ended in the capture of their last gun by the Rifle Brigade: battles of the Pyrenees, storming the heights 
''fKchalar, storming the fortified heighu of Bera, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near 
Bayonne on the 9ch, lOih, lltb, 12th, and ISth Dee. I8I3; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides nume- 
rous minor affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on 
the following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris: at Waterloo his horse wss wounded in five places and 
killed under him. He haa received tho Silver War Medal with nine Clasps. 

4 Captain Pblbbs eerved five years with the 48th Begt. in India, Including the campaign apainst the Rfv{nh of 
f'oorg. In April IBM. 

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THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN-AT-ARMS, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions, 
(BSTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 160Q.) 



Captain. 
T. H. Lord Foley, SO Dec. 1852. 



I lAeuienant, 

I William Topham Pl8Mar.53 



Standard £«ar«r.— David James Harmar^ p 81 Jan. 48. 



QentUmen'at'Anna* 



George Winchester PdOJan. 38 

iEsculapius Field P 4 Mar. 38 

John Lewis Lamotte P20 Oct. 41 

9 John Blakiston> 8 Dec. 43 

iLaU Brev.'Minior) 

9 John Henry Ck>oke* 2 Oct. 44 

iBrevet Lt.-Col. late of 21 F. 
Wm. Henry Brabazon Conner . .p 14 Nov, 44 

Richard Edward Davies P16Mar.47 

9 «» P. Percy Nevili' p 1 Apr. 47 

(to<« Mtyor G»rd RegU and Brwet Litut.-Colonel.) 

Francis Yanderlure Mills p 16 Nov. 48 

Edward Goodwin p22 June 49 

Stapleton Charles Cotton p 16 Oct. 49 

Charles Tyler p 12 Feb. 60 

Edward Hayward P30Apr. 50 

Henry Shephard Smyth p 24 Ang. 50 

Thomas Howard p20Nov. 50 

James Fielder Peto p20 Nov. 50 

Adolphus Geo. Finch Cotton ..p21 Jan. 51 

Charles James Cos P25 Feb. 51 

Markhind Barnard p 14 May 51 

Edward Satherland {Capt. h. p.) 26 Feb. 52 



Wm.l>amiiie(lateCapt.2ndP,)v 6 Apr. 52 

Francis John Helyar P26 Apr. 52 

Thomas Robert M'Coy* p 5 May 52 

(late Capt. QAth Rsgt.) 
Richard George Grange p 9 Jane 52 

iCkgttain, late of Bengal Army,) 
S. Hobson7 {late Capt, lOth F). p 6 Jan. 53 

William Julius Marshall P28May5d 

Geo. Watkin Rice [late Capt.2»F.) p 22 Oct. 53 

Henry Robertson P29Dec. 53 

Philip Salomons p 6Mar.54 

Wm. Handoook Middleton . . . .p 6 May 54 
Charles James Lindam 19 May 54 

iCapU$in emd Brigade-Uitfor at Dover,) 
Henry Paget White p 80 May 64 

\late Captain Madras Armp,) 

WilUam Walter Caiigill p 1 June 54 

Robert Grange p 3 Aug. 54 

{late Capt, Bengal Ara«y.) 

Geo. Bridge, {Capt, k.p,) i Nov. 54 

John Alex. Hunter p 1 Nov. 54 

T. L. Champion p 23 May 55 

James W. Cookney p 5 July 66 

Arthur Hinton Moore p 1 Jan. 56 



il4^'«^afi^.— Joseph Skipp Uoyd, p 5 May 52. 

JJarMn^.— Samuel Wilson, p 24 Feb. 31. 

Svb'Offlcers,-'^ tm Iit..Col. Nevill, 18 May 48. 
9 Major Cooke, 24 June 48. 



Scarlet— Facing Blue. 



il^cntf— -Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Major BlaklttoD hsTiiis pawed.through the Royal MiUtarv Academy at Woolwich in 1809, he proceedad 
to India as a Cadet in the East India Company's Seryice, and wai appointed to the Corps of Engineera on 
the Madras Establishment, being then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H.M. Serrice. In I80S he terved in 
the campaign against the Mahrattas, and wu engaged in the batUes of Asaaye and Aigaum, and at tho 
sieges and assaulU of Ahmednuggur and Gawiighur. At the suppression of the mutiny at YeUore in 1S06 
he directed the guns by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted u Chief Engineer at the capture 
of tho Island of Bourbon. Haring been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France prerious 
to the arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the descent was made; 
and, having been appointed to the charge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the nirrett* 
der of that Island. For his services on the above occasion he was nominated Extra Aide^e-Camp to the 
Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been sent la 
advance with the Chief Engineer to flx on the point of landing, he was engaged in a seriottt afihir on the 
coast In the boats of H. M. ships Barracouta and Leda, On the landing of the Army he was engaged in 
the aAtrsof Wellcvrieden and Samarang, and at the siege and assault of the fortified position of Gomelis. 
In I81S, having attained the ranlc of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineera, he returned on ftirlough 
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on full pay in H. M. 87th Regt., he was appointed to 

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a Company in the 17th PortugueM Regt., with which he feiT«d in the Light Division of th« Peninsular 
Annjr until the conclusion of the war ; having been present at the battles of Yittoria, Nirelle, Nive,Orthei, 
and Toulouse, and in all the aflhirs in which the Light DiTision was engaged. At the siege of San 
Sebastian he rolnnteered as an Bngineer, and while so engaged was scTerelj wounded. For his serTlces on 
this occasion he was promoted to a Ck>mpanx in the 27th Regt.{ in 1816 was placed on half-pay; and on 
the SSrd June 184S he was brought on f uU pay of the filst Regt., and retired by the sale of his commissions 
He has receired the War Medal with six Clasps ; also the Indian War Medal. 

5 Lt.-CoL Cooke served with the4SrdBegtatWalcheren,in 1809. In Jane 1811 hejoined theLight DiTision 
in the Peninsula, and was present at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badi^os (wounded 
at the assault), actions of Castr^on and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca* actions of San Munoz and 
San Milan, batUe of Tittorla( wounded), actions in the Pyrenees, siege of San Sebastian, the atuck on the 
heighto of Vera, battle of the Nlvelle, batUes of the NItc on the 0th, 10th, Uth, 18th, and ISth Dec., 
afCtiona at Tarbes and Arcangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various aflhlrs of less Importance. On the 
8th Jan. 1816, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He served after- 
wards with the Army during the Occupation in France. He has reeeifed the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

3 Lt.-CdIonel NevlU served in the Peninsula with the 9nd Battalion of the SOtii, from July 1810 to May 
1818; also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, and that of 1816 in the Netherlands: he was present at the 
defence of Cadis, occupation of the lines of Torres Yedras, various minor actions when in pursuit of 
Massena, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Bodrlgo, siege and storm of Bad^os (severely 
wounded In the head and leg when leading the ladder party in the Escalade of the St. Vincent Bastion), 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely wounded thiough the left shoulder in 
the storm of the first line of the castie, 4th Oct. 1813), bombardment of Antwerp, assault on Bergen-op- 
Zoom, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris : throughout all the above-mentioned sieges he acted as 
an Assistant Engineer. In 1817-18 and 19 he served in the Mahratu war, from the battle of Mahldpore 
(as a volunteer) to the siege of Aseeerghur ; and in 1830 he was attached to the Nisam's Troops at the 
capture of a Predatory Force. After serving 29 years in India with the SOth and 18th Dragoons, and 
20lh and 68rd Begts.. bis health failed when in command of the left wing of the 68rd, in a very un- 
healthy climate. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps ; also the India War Medal. 

6 Captain M*Coy was present at the operations against the rebel natives of the Southern district of New 
Zepland, in the Horokiwi Valley, including the skirmish on the 6th Aug. 1846. Also present in the 
action A Wangaani on the 10th July 1847. 

7 Captain Hobson served with the 10th Foot in the BotleJ campaign In 1846, and was present at the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal). 



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THE FOLLOWING HAVE BEEN OMITTED IN THEIR PROPER PLACES. 



Payma$ter8 for Army Services, ^c. 

9 George Thomas Benson,* ^0 May 36; Sn», 13 Feb. 12 ; X/. 26 Aug. 13. 

Francis Levett Bennett,' 29 Oct 47 ; Ens. p 25 July 37 ; Lt,P6 July 39. 

Alexis Corcoran,* 8 July 42 ; Eru, 30 Nov. 38 ; Lt, 8 April 42. 

Robert William Duff, 19 Jan. 49 ; Eru, p 20 June 45 ; Xf. p 9 June 46. 

William Henry Filzgerald,* 20 Sept. 39 ; J3ru, 15 Jan. 47 ; Lt, p31 May 33. 

John Holland, 14 Aug. 55 ; 2nd Lt, 26 March 28 ; Lt, 15 If ot. 36. 

Charles Scarlfai Naylor,* 8 May 35; Ens, 1 Sept. 12; Lt, 25 Dec. 15; Capt, 9 May 34. 

9 John Nowlan,« 21 Dec. 55 ; JEns, 20 Not. 40. 

Veterinary-Surgeon to the Forces, 
G. Western, 23 Oct. 55. 



War Services of the Paymasters. 

1 Paymaster Benson seryed in the Peninsula from July 1812 to the end of the war, including 
the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (wounded in the arm), Pampeluna, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 
and Toulouse, and has rocelred the War Medal with five Clasps. Seryed also in the American 
war, and was severely wounded in the right breast by a rifle-ball at Plattsburgh. Seryed the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Scbas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp). 

2 Paymaster Bennett served the Sntlej campaign of 1845-46 as Lieut. 9t1i Foot, including 
the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). Seryed the Bastem 
campaign with the 44th Regt., including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

3 Paymaster Corcoran seryed the Coorg campaign in April 1834 with the 48th Regt. 

4 Paymaster Fitzgerald served with the 60th Rifles in the Eaflir war in 185J-52 (Medal) ; and 
with the 30th Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854, inclnding the battle of Inkerman and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Captain Naylor served at the siege and capture of Loghur, Koaree, Ryghur, and seyeral 
small Hill Forts in the Southern Mahratta country in 1818. Served in the Serwent Warree State, 
and was seyerely wounded in both legs (compound fracture of the right) at the assault of Roree, 
13th Feb. 1819. Seryed also in the Burmese war in 1825 and 1826; and at the capture of 
Eurrachee in Lower Scindc in 1839. Has received the India Medal with a Clasp for'Aya. 

6 Paymaster Nowlan served in the Peninsula with the 11th Regt. in 1813 and 14, and has 
receiyed the War Medal with four Clasps for Niyelle, Niye, Orthes, and Toulouse. 



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STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



CoiCliANDBB IN GhIBF. 

9 £iBi Field-Marshal VUeimnt Hardinge, GCB. Colonel of the 57Ui Regiment. 

MUUary Secretary* 
9 88i Major-GenerM Charles Yorke, Colonel SSrd Foot. 

Aidei'^ie'Camp, 

Major The Duke qf Beaufort, Half-pay Unattached. 

Major Henry Hardinge, Rifle Brigade. 

Colonel R. B. Wood, CB. h.p. 97th Foot (Extra). 

Major G. A. Mande, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Major John Peel, d4th Foot. 

Adjutants-Gbhbral. 

Major-General George Augustas Wethcrall, CB. KH., Colonel of the 84ili Uegt. 
9 03 General Sir Hew D. Ross, GCB. Royal Artillery. 

Deputy AefjutantS'Oeneral, 

Colonel William Frederick Forster, KH. h. p. Unattached. 
9 Colonel Edward Matsoo, Royal Engineers. 

Airittant A^utants-QentraU 
Colonel Robert Percy Douglas, Unattached. 
llent.>Colonel*7ames Eenoard Pipon, h. p. 68th Foot. 

DeptUy Assistant AdgtUant»*Oeneral, 

Major John Williams Reynolds, Unattached. 
Captain Frederic Sayers, 23rd Fusiliers. 

Inspecting Field Officer ^ and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department, 
Colonel Thomas Edwin Kelly. 

Quarter-Master Gbnbral. 
Major-General Sir Richard Airey, K.C.B. 

Deputy Quarter-Master OeneraU 
Colonel Han. Alexander Gordon^ CB. Grenadier Guards. 

Assistant Quarter-Masters General. 

Colonel Terence O'Brien, Unattached. 

Major Joseph Edward Addison, h. p. 97th Foot. 



AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THE QUEEN. 



Colonel T. Wood, Royal East Middlesex MiUtia. 

John Le Coateur, Jersey Militia. 

^ — Ernest JSaW<>/'MoiintEdgcmnbe,Dake of 
Coruwall'ft Rangers. 
Thos. Earl de Grey, York Hussar Yeo- 
manry Cavalry. 

^ . Edw. Baker, R. Wilis Yeomanry Cavalry 

**a — Cha- D. 0/ Richmond, KO.Suuex Mil. 

James Priaulx, Guernsey Militia. 

— Jtfar^viso/ Donegal, Antrim Militia. 

— J[4>ra Dyneror, R. Carmarthen Militia. 

— Henry Vaughan Brooke, CB. 38 F. 

, _ George Thos. ConoUy Napier, CB. Unatt, 

»0~— John Bloomfleld, R. Artillery. 

— Edward Lugard, CB. 29 F. 

— Thomas Poster, R. Engineers. 

Sir Hen. Montgomery Lawrence, KCB* 

Bengal Artillery 
Henry Tod Tucker, CB. Bengal Inf. 



9 Colonel Fortescue Graham, R. Marines. 

^<rThos.St.VincentH.C.TroubrIdge« Bt, 

CB. Uiialt. 

ffon. H. H. M. Percy, CB, Gr. Gds. 

T. M Steele, CB. Coldst. Gds. 

Henry Darby GrifBth, CB. S Drs. 

James Webber Smiih, CB. Unatt. 

Hon. Percy E. Herbert, CB. Unatt. 

Thomas Hurdle, CB. R.Mar. 

Collingwood Dickson, CB. B. Art. 

William 9. R. Norcott, CB. Rifle Br, 

John William Gordon, CB. R. Eng. 

n.S.H. Prince W. A. Edward of Saze 

Weimar, Gr. Gds. 

— Thomas Forsyth Tait, CB. Beng. Army. 

William Mayne, Bengal Army. 

-^— Wm.M.S.M*Mttrdo,LandTransportOorp9 
Edwd. Robert Wetherall, ScoU Pus.Gds. 



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26 1st Regiment of Life Guards* 

"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
ColoneL 
9 Stapleton, Viscayni Combennere,* GCB. OCR. 2nd Xdeut, 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut, 16 March, 91; Capt, 28 Feb. 93; Mqjor, March, 94; Lieut.- CoL 
9 March, 94; CoL 1 Jan. 1800 : Maj.-Gen. 30 Oct. 06; Lt.-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; 
Gen, 27 May, 26 ; Field-Marshdl2 Oct. 65; Col. iBt Life-Gaards, 16 Sept. 29. 
Lieut.'Colan^ and Coianel, 
Richard Parker, Comet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut. P31 July 26; Capt. PdO June 28; 
Brevet'Mqjor, 23 Nor. 41 ; Mi^or {J* Lt.-Col. 9 Noy. 46 ; CoL 20 June 64 ; 
Lt.'CoL ^ CoL 20 June 64. 

Mqjor and Lieut.'-ColoneL 
James Macnaghten Hogg, Cornet, pO Oct. 43 ; Lieut, p 13 Aug. 47 ; Capt. p 13 
Dec. 60; Mqjor §• Lt.-CoL P22 June 66. 



Yean' Serf. 


67 


Fall 


Half 


Paj. 
34 


Pay. 





13 





12 





11 





9 





12 





8 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





3 





6 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





2 





2 





20 





6 





7 






Captains 
George Fucoun/ Dupplin 
Hon, D.C. Fitz-G. De Roa 
Theophilus John Lereit 
G.H. AM-ZoZ-MountCharieB 
Henry, Viae, Elmley . . . • 
St. Geo. Fra. R. Caulfield 

Richard Bateson 

Henry Wyndham ..«•»» 

Lieutenants. 
Francis George Hare. . . . 

Walter de Winton 

Algernon William Peyton 
Arthur Henry Davenport 
Fred. Dorrien Magens . . 
James Keith Fraser * • • • 
William George Craven . • 
Robert W. Grosvenor . . 

Cornets and Sub- 
lieutenants. 
William Hessey, R.M. . . 
John Limberti Adij, • • • • 
A.E.H.G.FMC.GNyde) 

Wilton 5 

Lord Charles Bruce «... 
Hon. Cecil Duncombe . . 
M. W. Viact. Powersconrt 
Eustace J. Wibon Patten 
Hon. Seym. J. G. Egerton 
Rd.Myddleton Blddulph 
Ad^tant.- 



COR. and 
sub-lieut. 



P 29 Mar. 44 
P 7 Feb. 46 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P81 Dec. 44 
P 6 May 48 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P16Msr.49 
P27 April 40 

P 16 Mar. 60 
P 17 June 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 13 Feb. 62 
P 16 April 62 
Pll June 62 
p 6 Aug. 63 



LIEUT. 



9 Apr. 48 
P 6 May 48 
P 1 Oct. 60 

19 Oct. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 16 May 61 
P 81 Oct. 61 
P 16 Jan. 62 



P 13 April 62 
~ 4 Aug. 64 
4 Aug. 54 
8 Nov. 64 
P 1 Dec. 64 
P 23 Mar. 66 
P 16 May 66 
P 22 June 66 



CAPTAIN. 



P 16 May 61 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 1 Deo. 64 
P 23 Mar. 66 
P 16 May 66 
p 22 June 66 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



13 Dec. 60 
7 July 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

P18 Aug. 64 

P 8 Nov. 64 

P 1 Dec. 64 

P 12 July 66 

P 13 July 66 

P21 Dec. 65 
Comet ^ Suh-Lt. John Lirobeit, 7 July 54. 
Quarter-Master. — Hugh Hanly, 8 Feb. 64. 

Surgeon. — James Cockburn, 12 Sept. 48 ; Astitt.'Surg. 16 April 36. 
Assistant-Surgeon, — Owen William George, M.D., 6 June 61. 
Veterinary-Surgeon. — ^Thomas Jex, 4 Oct. 89. 

Scarlet. — Facings Blue. — Agent, George Samuel Collyer,Esq. 
[Returned from France, January 1816.] 

1 Lord Combermere accompanied his Regt. (the eth Dr. Odt.) to Flaaden in Aug. 1709, and served to the 
•ad of that campaign, and until June of the following one. In 1796 he embarlied in command of the t6th 
Lt. Drs. for the Cape of Good Hope, and served a short but active campaign under Sir Thomas Craig, when 
be aeoompanied his Reg t. to India, where he served in the memorable campaigns of 17D8 and 09, against 
TIppoo Sultaun, Including the battle of Mallavelly, and siege of Seringapatam. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
In 1808, in command of a brigade of cavalry, cousistlng of the 14th and 18th Lt. Drs., at the head of which 
be distinguished himself, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the operations at Oporto, 
and afterwards at the battle of Talavera. In Aug. 1800, the local rank of Lieut.>Gen. was conferred upon 
bim ; and, early in 1810, he was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of 
WelllngtoA, and renuilned in that command until the termination of the war in 1814, and distinguished 
himself at the head of the cavalry upon every occasion that presented itself, including the various actions 
In eorering the retreat fTom Almeida to Torres Yedras, battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Garcia and 
Castn^on, battles of Puentes d'Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded), action at El Bodon, battles of 
the Pyrenees, Orthes, and Toulouse. Senred also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 18S5 and 86, 
M Commander-in-Chief. His Lordship has received a Medal for Seringapatam; the Gold Cross and one 
Clasp for the battles of Talavera, Puentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the Silver War 
Medal with three Clasps for Busaco, Ciudad Bodrigo, and Pyrenees. Digitized by \^3UUy It! 



2nd Regiment of Life Guards. 



27 



Yean» Serv. 



OS 



PuU 
P»7 



36 



39 



II 

4 

1 

12 

26 1 



Half 
Pay. 



" PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 

V Oa John, Xard Seaton,* GCB. QCMQ. OOH.. JS!im. 10 July 1704 ; Zieut, 4 
Sept OfT; Ozpf. 12 Jan. 00; Mqfor, 21 Jan. 08 ) Lt.-CoL 2 Feb. 00; 0)l 4 
Jane 14 ; Mqjor-Gen. 27 May 25 ; Xiett^-Gen. 28 June 38; Ci7en. 20 Jane 
54 ; Col. 2Dd Life Guards, 24 March 54. 

Lieui,^Colonsl and CdUmel. 
Lewis Duncan Wmiams, Comet ^ p 21 June ^\ Lieut, p 23 July 25; Capt, P 15 
July 28; P^-Jfq;.23 Nor.41; 3fq;.$'X^-CoZ.PdODec.45; C^Z. 20 June 54 ; 
Lt.'Col. j- Col. P 14 July 54. 

Me^and Lietti.'CoUmeU 
Moantjoy Francis Martyn, Cor. p 27 Dec. 27 ; lAeut. p 22 Mar. 31 ; Copt. P 22 
April 36 1 Bt.'Mcff. Nov. 40; BM,^.- Co2. 20 Jane 54 ; Mqj.^ U.-Col. 
P 14 July 54. 



Captains. 
George Howard Vyse 
Thos. Ogilvy , 2. 0. 1 1 Not. ftl 
Hon. F.John Evans Freke 
£. M. Earl 0/ Longford 
Henry Savile Lumiey . 

Foontaine Hogge 

Edw. Ffolliott Wingfield 
John G. Carter Hamilton 

LlBUTBNAllTS. 

H. J. T. Steph. Townsend 
Robert Q^Brien Jameson 
H.DaItonWitt!t Lyon^^;. 
Augustas Savill Lumiey 
Hon. C. S. B. H anbury 
Hon. Tho. H. G. Fermor 
Ambrose Congreye .... 
Henry Charles Lane •• . . 
Frederick Marshall, «. . . 

COBKBTS AND SUB- 
LIEUTENANTS. 

Henry Win. Lee-Jortin. . 
Henry John Lloyd Wynoe 
£. S. Fitzhard. Berkeley 
John Henniker Loyett . . 

Francis Woodgate 

Jn. Wm. H. Cunninghame 
John Graham Smith 



COR. AND 
BUB-LIBUT. 



P 26 VoY. so 
P Mar. 32 
P 24 Not. 35 
P July 86 
P 28 May 42 
P May 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 22 Jan. 47 

P 25 Apr. 45 
P 1 June 49 
P 18 April 45 
P23NOV.49 
P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P]0Aug.51 
P 18 Sept. 49 



July 52 
13 May 53 

18 Nov. 53 

June 54 

15 Sept. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

Feb. 56 



LIBVT. 



P 17 April 35 
PSO April 36 
P 24 Mar. 87 
P May 40 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P29 June48 
PdONoY. 49 

P 23 May 51 
P 22 Apr. 53 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 25 Nov. 53 
P 28 Mar. 54 
P 28 Mar. 54 
P 14 July 54 
P 15 Deo. 54 
P 16 Sept. 51 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Sept. 87 
P 8 May 40 
P 28 May 42 
P 14 Apr. 48 
p 22 Apr. 53 
P 25 Nov. 53 
P 28 Mar. 54 
P 14 July 54 



BRBTBT- 
KAJOB. 



11 Not. 51 
23 Nov, 41 
20 Jone 54 



A43utant.-^LieuU Henry Dalton Wittit Lyon, 22 Dec. 54. 

Qttflr/er- Af fl##er.— WUliam Walker, 1 5 Oct. 62. 

Bidinff-Master.^John Reid, 9 Feb. 55. 

5'i«r^«m.— Thomas Tardrew, 23 May, 51 ; AsHit.-Surg. 12 July, 44. 

Atsiet.'Sttrgeon. — Francis Trevelyan Buckland, 15 Aug. 54. 

Vet€rinary'Surgeon.--^ohn Legrew, July 30. 

Scarlet^JPacin^j Blue.— -i^cn^«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from France, February 1816.] 
1 Lord fl«aloo ba« received the Gold Crou and three Clupi for Corttnns, Albuhara, Ciudsd Rodrfgo 
(vhcra he WM leverely woonded), NiveUe, Nive, Orthee, and Toulouie. 

B 2 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



28 



Ye«n* 8«rf , 



Puli 



32 



26 



Half 
Pa>. 



Royal Regiment of Horse Gv.ards. 

« PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
CoUmeL—lt Hugh, Kt^eemnf Gough/ GCB. Ent, 7 Aug. 04 ; Lieut. 1 1 Oct. 04, 
Capt. 26 June, 03 ; 3fq;.8 Aug. 05 ; Lt.- Col, 29 July,09 ; Col, 12 Aug. 19 ; JIfq; .- 
Qm, 22 July, 30; Lieut- Gen, 23 Nov. 41^ Gen. 20 June 64; Colonel of 
Royal Horse Guards, 29 June 65. 

Lieut,'Colonel. 
Hon, George Cecil Weld Forester, Comet, p27 May, 24; Lieut. Pi Aug. 26 ; 
Capt, P 6 July 32 ; Brev.-Mqj. 9 Nov. 46; MaJ. ic Lt.-Col. P19 Sept. 48 ; 
Lt.-Col. P 2 Sept. 63; Col, 28 Nov. 64. 

Mqjor. 
Richard Henry R. Howard Vyse, Comet, p30 Nov. 30; Lieut. P31 May, 33 • 
Capt. P27 Sept. 42 ; Mqj. ^ Lt.-Col. p 21 April 64. 



Captains. 

Hugh Smith Baillie .. 
Lord Geo. John Manners 

Robert Sheffield 

Bon. Geo. Watoon Milles 
Fra. Wm. FitzHardinge { 

Berlceley S 

Francis Howard Vysc .. 
Duncan James Baillie . . 
Thomas Leslie' 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Brunt, R.M 

John Wyndham Billington 

John Inglis Jones 

James Delaval Shafto . . 
James William Baillie . . 
R. M. L.W. Bulkeley .. 
Sir B. P. Henniker, Bt, 

Cornets. 
Owen Lewis C. Williams 
Henry P. Keighly Peach 
Abn.Geoffrey R.Clegg Hill 
Edward Hayward .... 
Alan P., Lord Garlies 
Walter Palk Carew 



P 3 April 
P 20 Oct. 
P 22 July 
P22 Sept. 

P 27 Sept. 

P 29 Nov. 
P 28 Feb. 
P 6 Feb. 




40P24Mar. 43 
40 P 4 Aug. 43 

42 P 28 Feb. 46 

43 P 3 Apr. 46 



7 Aug. 46 

6 Feb. 47 
P28 Sept. 47 
4 Mar. 63 



24 Nov. 43 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 11 June 62 
P 27 May 63|p28 
P 30 Dec. 63 p 28 



P19 
P22 
P31 
P29 
P14 



P 12 May 64 
P 9 June 64 
P 16 Dec. 64 
10 April 66 
P 16 June 66 
P 28 Dec. 66 



Sept. 48 
Apr. 63 
Oct. 61 
Dec. 64 
Dec. 66 
Dec. 66 
Dec. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBVBT- 
KAJOU. 



P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 13 July 49 
P 14 May 52 

P 2 Sept. 63 

P21 April 54! 
P21 April 64| 
P28Dec. 661 



Adjutant, — 
Quarter^Maeter, — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31 . 

Surgeon. — Cosmo Gordon Logic, M.D. 26 Nov. 62; Assist, -Surg. 6 Oct. 41. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Frederick George Kerin, 18 Aug. 48. 
Veterinary-Surgeon.— ^S^ John Siddall,* 10 Oct. 12. 
Blue — JVicin^f Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor. 
IRetumcdfroni France, 2 February 1816.] 



1 I^rd Gough serTed at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, and the Dutch Fleet in Saldanha Bay, 
1705. Served afterwards in the West Indies, including the atUck on Porto Rico, the brigand vrar in St. 
Lucia, and capture of Surinam. Proceeded to tlie Pt-ninsula in 1809, and commanded the 87th at the battles 
of Talavora, Uarrosa, VUtoria, and Nivelle.for which engagements he has received a Gold Cross. He also com- 
manded the Regiment at the defence of Cadiz and of Tarifa Csilglilly \Tounded in the head). At the 
battle of TaloTera his horse was shot under hira,andhe himself was afterwards severelv wounded in the 
aide by a shell,— for his conduct in this action iho Duke of Wellington subsequently reconimenUed that liis 
Lieut.-Colonelcy should be ante-dated to the date of his despatch, thus making him tlie first officer who 
CTer reoeiTed Ilruvet rank for services performed in the field at the head of a regiment. At Barrosa liis 
Regiment captured the Eagle of the 8tli French Regiment ; and at Vittorta they captured the Baton of 
Marshal Jourdan. At the Nivelle he was again severely wounded. Communded the Land Force at Canton 
—for which he was made a GCB.— and during nearly the whole of the operations in China, — for which 
service he was created a Baronet. On the 20th Dec. 1S4S, wiih the right wing of the army of Gwalior, he 
defeated a Mahratta force iit Uahorajpore, and captured M guns, &c. In 184fi and 46 the Army under his 
Lordship's pergonal command defeated the Seik Army at Moodkce, Fcrozeshah, and Sobraon, for which and 
previous services he was raised to the Peerage; and, in 1849, he was created a Viscount after his crowning 
victory over the Seiks at Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

S Mr. Siddall served the canipatirn of 1816, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

S Captain Leslie served in the Kastem campaign of 1864, and was severely wounded at (he battle of (he 
Alma, while scnring as orderly officer to Lord Raglan (Medal and Clasps). 



Digitized by \^jOO^ It! 



EuLArmj,iulj 55,-] 
Depot, Bxeter. J 



lYeut'SerT. 



67 



iFuU 

28 

'l2 



Half 
Pay. 



11 





8 





8 





7 





U 





6 





6 





8 





10 





18, 






1*^ ( The King*8) Befftment of Dragoon Guards^ 29 

The King's Cypher within the Garter.—" WATERLOO" " SEVASTOPOL,'* 
CoUmeL—'9 ^ Charles Murray, Barl Cathcart,* KCB. Em, May, 90 ; XmuI* 

10 Aug. 99 ; Capt. 3 Feb. 03 ; Jlf<yor, 14 May, 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 Aug. 10: 

Col, 12 Aug. 19 J Mf{for'Gen, 22 July 30; Lt.^Gen. 23 Nov. 41; Gen. 

20 June 54 ; Colonel Ist Dragoon Guards, 9 Jan. 51. 
Lieut.-ColoneL—Andrew Spottiswoode,* Comet, pIO May, 33; Lieut. P20 

April 36; Capt.Pll Oct. 39; Mqjor, 29 April oO',Lt.'Col. p12 Nov. 52. 
lfe(/or.~George firiggs. Comet, p 10 May 44 ; Lieul. p 13 Aug. 47 ; Capt. p8 

Nov. 60; Afq/or, P 3 June 63. 



CORNET. 



8 





: 5 





i 5 





1 ^ 





! 5 





i 5 





1 4 

1 





' 3 





! 3 





3 





. 3 





1 





4 





1 





1 





13 





3 





2 






Captains. 
Jas-Eob. Steadman Sayer 
Robert Thomas Thomson 

Qeorge Paynter 

Thomas Nisbet 

Herbert Dawson Slade, e. 
Sir Thomas Gresley, JBt. 
George John Bridge .... 
A.H.P.Stuart Wortley,**. 
Emanuel Bradbury .... 
Francis John Macfarlane^ 

Lieutenants. 

John Kemp, R.M 

Thomas John Mitchell 
Joseph Henry Anderson 
Thompson Donovan . . 
R. Jas. Combe Marter 
Evelyn Harpur Crewe 

Samuel Pearson 

Walter Clopton Wingfield 
Joseph Ernest Edlmann . . 
Arthur James P. Wadman 

Cornets. 

James Gnnter 

John Cuningham .... 
Henry Marlow Sidney 
Robt. Alf. Loraine Grews 
David Wale^ ad; 



P23May 45 
P 1 Apr. 48 
P 3 Nov. 48 
P 29 May 49 
P 26 Oct. 42 
p 18 Jan. 60 
P 15 Feb. 60 
never 
8 Dec. 46 
P 6 Jan. 43 



PIO Mar. 48 
P 12 July 60 
P22NOV.50 
P 17 Mar. 48 
P 18 Jan. 61 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 18 April 51 
P 19April51 
23 Nov. 62 

P 18 Feb. 63 
P 11 Mar. 63 
P 13 May 63 
P 10 June 63 
11 May 65 



LIEUT. 



P 31 Mar. 48 
P14Dec. 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 8 Nov. 60 
P 9 June 46 
P21 Feb. 61 
P 14 Mar. 51 
18 Aug. 48 
26 May 48 
P24 0ct. 46 

P 29 May 49 
P 4 April 61 
P 22 Aug. 61 
P 25 July 61 
P 29 Apr. 63 
P 3 June 63 
P 12 July 50 
26 June 66 
26 June 66 
P 9 Oct. 65 



CAPTAIN. 



P 22 Nov. 50 
P 7 Oct. 51 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P 12 Nov. 62 
P 28 Aug. 40 
P 29 Apr. 63 
P 3 June 53 
P 14 May 62 
26 June 66 
6 July 55 



BESVST- 
MAJOR* 



12 Dec. 54 



* Doctor J«phsoiii«rved with 
th6 6Ut the Puqjaab euBpalgn 
of 1848-9, and was prcMot at 
the passage of (he Chenab, and 
at the tmttlee of Sadoolapore, 
Chillianwallah, and Goi^erat 
(Medal and Claapi). Beterved 
ttlio In medical charge of part 
of ihaeoih and Olst Rogti. in 
the Euxofiyo country under 
Lt.-Colonel Bradshaw. 



Paymof^tfr.— William Smith, 13 July 55 ; Qr.^Ma8ter, 23 April 52. 

A4futant,'-Comet David Wale, 6 July 66. 

Quarter-Matter. — John Bradbury, 20 July 65. 

Surgeon. — ^William Holmes Jcpbson/ M.D. 12 Jan<66 ; AssUt.-Surg. 12 July 44. 

Aeeistant'Surgeons. — Robert Fleetwood Andrews, 30 Sept. 53. 

William Alex. Davidson, M.D. 28 March 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lord Cathemrt aerred on the Helder expedition in 17iW. Accompanied the Expedition ander 81 r 
Jarne* Cmig, andaerred in Naples and Sicily, in 1805 and 0, as Assistant Quarter-lIaster-Oenerml. Served 
OB tba SebeldC expedition, and was present at the siege of Flushing, in 1800. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
I a ISIS, aa an Aaalstant Quarter-Master>GeneraI, and was present at the battles of Barrosa, Salamanca, snd 
Vittoria, for which he has received the Oold Medal and two Clasps. Served also the campaign of 1816, 
and was prese nt at the bftttle of Waterloo. 

S Lieat.-Golonel Spotliiwoode served as Brigade-M^or of Cavalry with the left wing of the Army of 
Owalior ia 1849, and was preeent at the battle of Punnlar (Medal). He served also in the like capacity In 
the Satlcj campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

4 JCi^or Binart Wortley served with the Cape Mounted Riflemen throughout the Kofflr war of ]8fiO>6S 
(Medal) ; aad waa present in all the principal engagemenU with the enemy : during the operations against the 
WaSerkloof be commanded the cavalry attached to General BuUer's division ; on one occasion, while out 
with a patrol, be attacked and defeated a far superior force of the enemy ; and on another, while in com- 
maad of the advanced guard of General Buller's column, he surprised and drove back the eniemy, Inflict- 
iaf aeveva l«ea. Id March 1854 he was appointed D. A.Q.M. General Eastern Army» and served the cam- 
paiga of 1864-56 (Medal and Claaps). 

5 Oi««. MacCarlaao served in the SutleJ campaign of 1845-6, including the batUo of Sobraon (Medal). 
Be acrved also ia the PaiOaab campaign of 1848-0, and was present at the passage of the Chenab at Ham* 
a^(w, tad feaittsf of ChUUanwallab and Goq{crat (Medal and Clasps). 



Digitized by ^^jOO^lC 



80 2nd ( The Queen^s) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 



fHMdQttrUn. 
L atSttUin. 



Yavt'8«nr. 


48 


Full 


Half 


Piy. 


Pay. 


24 





S6 





13 





12 





12 





6 





20 





8 





9 





6 





6 





6 





16 





6 





5 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





1 





10 





1 





1 





21 





3 





21 






The Boyal Cjpber within the Garter. 
CoUmtU 



9 Hon. Henry F. Compton Cavendiah,* Lieut, P 26 May 08 : Capt, P 6 Jane 
11; Mc0or, p2 April 18; Lieut.-Col. p12 July 21: Col. 10 Jan. 87; 
Mqfor^Gfn. I^OT. 40 ; Lt-Oen. 20 Jane 54 ; Col. 2nd Dragoon Gaards, 2 
June 53. 

Lieut. 'CoUmeU 
William CampbeU,Cmt«f, p6 Jan.32; Xmu^. P12 Apr.SS; Capt. p27 May 36; 
M«{for, Pll Jane 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P30 Jan. 46 ; Col. 20 Jane 64. 

Hylton Briico, C&met, Pll Oct. 81 ; Ueut. p26 July 84 j Capt. p 4 Aug. 48 : 
Brevet^Mqfor, 90 Jane 64 ; Mqfor, p 80 Not. 66. 



Captains. 

Charles Edward Walker 

Edmund Ruok Keene • 

Bryan Thomhlll 

James O'Hara 

John Percy Smith < ... 
John Griffith Price • . , 
WUUam Henry Sevmour' 
Coote Synge Hutchineon 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Miles Stapylton . . 
O. F. Cavend. Brldgeman 
George Bushman, R.M 
M. James Bradley Dyne 
Harris St. John Dick 
John De Heley Chad wick 
Francis Graham Powell 
Goodrich H. Allfrey . . . 

Cornets. 

Pat.Alex.Watson Camegy 
William George Stewart . 
S.Calrert (X.Jir. 6 Jan.56) 
Walter Colquhoun Grant' 



CO&NBT. 



P20 Dec. 43 
P 20 Deo. 44 
25 June 44 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P8 July 36 
7 July 46 
P 7 May 47 
p 14 June 60 



6 Dec. 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 

30 Apr. 41 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 18 Oct. 61 
P 9 July 62 
P 20 Sept. 58 
P21 Sept. 63 



P 16 Dec. 63 

P 17 Mar. 64 

OOot. 56 

30 Not. 66 



LIBUT. 



P 14 Apr. 46 

P 24 Dec. 47 

7 Aug. 46 

P20 Dec. 60 

21 Aug. 89 

P 16 Nor. 49 

10 June 62 

1 Aug. 61 



Pll Mar. 68 
P 8 July 68 
P26N0V. 63 
P 27 May 58 
p 24 Feb. 64 
14 Sept. 65 
14 Sept. 66 
p 80 Not. 66 



BREYET- 
XAJOR. 



CAPTAIN. 

P 20 Dec. 60 

P 1 Aug. 61 

PUMar.68 

8 July 68 

14 Sept. 66 

14 Sept. 66 

29 Dec. 64 

p 80 Not. 66 



« Oaptafa SmHh Mnwd tlw 
oampalfQ in Aflkhaatatea aiMl«r 
Lord Kaane, with tha leth 
Litncen, and was presant at the 
sieire and capture of Qbussee 
(Medal). 

5 Captain Beymonr lerred 
with the eSth Reft, dnrintr the 
Orlm^an camiwlf n oT 18M-A5» 
Indudiaf the hattle* of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Ipkerman, and 
siege of Behaitopol (Medal and 
Olaape). 



Paymaster.-^ohn Henry King » 10 AprU 66 | Comet, p 23 Jan. 46; Lieut. 

31 Dec 47. 
Adjutant. — Comet SiWester Calvert, 9 Oct 66. 
Quarter- Jlfa#^er.-^WiIliam Rae, 9 Oct. 66. 

fi^tfr^Am.— Edward Mockler,* 7 Aug. 46; AtsiH.^Surg. 26 Sept. 36. 
AuieUmt Surffwn^^-'Opie Smith, 4 Feb. 684 
Veterimmy Surgeon.-^Opie Smith, 20 Feb. 36. 

Scarlet. — Facings "Bnff.-^AgmUi, Messrs. Coz Ac Co.— /ruft Agentif 
Messrs. Cane 8l Sons. 

[IJtetumedfrom France, 8 November 1818.] 

1 IJaoi.-General the Hon. Henrf OaTendleh lerred in (he Penlnrahi fTooi Jnly liM to Jtmwrj lt09: 
and waa woandad throagh the wriat at the battle of Coranna, where he aerred aa Aide-de-Camp to Lord 
William BeaUaek. He haa reoelred the War Medal with two Olaapi for Bahagun and Beneyente, and 
Corunna. . ^ 

S giufeon Mookler aerred in the Pni^aab eampaiga with the 10th Reft., Ineludlng the latter part of the 
aiege operattone before Moollan, the a - . - . ..._ -^__. .>r...^.i j^— \ 

3 Paymaater King aerred with the 
the paaeage of the Ohenab at Bamni 




6 OoraetOraat(SinDerl]r aCaptaia in the Sad Dragoona) t 

aa Captain Ooinmandant of the Mooalad Staff €orpa» wHh local rank of Mi^ (Medal and Claap te 

Sebaatopol). 



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Sd^^"] ^^^ ( 3^ J^^ of WaUs'i) Begt ofDragom Guard$, 81 
« TALAYBBA" -• ** ALBUHBBA" -- •* VrPPOWA" — " PBKINSULA." 



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CoUmtl. 
9 ffli James Claud Boarchier,i KC, Comet, 28 Bept 97 ; XAtM*. 6 Aug. 99 : 
Capt. 20 Jan. 08 ; Maj^ 4 June 14; U.-Coi. 18 June 16 ; Col. 10 Jm. S7 t 
ir4^..C?0n. 9 Not. 46} X^.-(?m.90Jane64; Co^. 3rd Dragoon Gd0.^O Jan. 61. 

JUeut.'Colon^h 

John Daniel Dyion, Cor. i>9 Dee. 81 ; Zioui, p82 Mar. 88 ; Capt. p8 July $6 ; 

Hfqfor, P 19 June 46 ; Ueut.-CoL p 8 April 63. 

Mc^or, 
Thomas Tristram Spry Carlyon^ Cor. p27 Dec. 42 ; Uewt. p6 Dee. 44 ; Capt^ 

PI Dee. 46; Jifq/or, p 87 June 64. 



Captains. 

Fenwick Boyce Barron • 

Henry Marsh 

Bdmund Henry Turton . 
Henry Heywood Lonsdale 

Frank Chaplin,' $ 

Wyndham Knatchbull 

Augustus Hunt 

John Miller' 



LlBXTTBNAKTa. 

James Swinburne 

Arundell Neave 

Charles Blood Mul?Ule.< 
John Joseph Corrlgan*. . 
John GUleland, (Qr. M, ) 

S March 47) ^4^- J 

James Charles Stm 

Hy. Fullerton Bichmond 
Henry W. Berkeley .... 
John Wynter Jas. Oiffbrd 

CORNBTS. 

William Blenkinsop,B.M. 
Btobert Norwood .... 
Bdmund Waldegrave Park 
John Charles Boucher 



COBNBT. 



8 May 40 

6 Aug. 42 

16 Mar. 44 

2 Apr. 47 
8 May 46 

3 Dec. 47 
23 May 48 

8 Nov. 42 



P 17 Sept. 60 
P 9 July 62 
P 17 July 61 
P 18 Feb. 63 

18 Mar. 63 

P 22 Apr. 63 
P 21 Jan. 63 
p 13 M«y 63 
P 12 July 60 

23 Dec. 63 
P 14 July 64 
P 97 July 66 
P98 Dec. 66 



LiauT. 



P 26 Sept. 46 
P 12 May 43 
P 24 July 46 
P 10 Nov. 48 
31 Oct. 48 
P 3 Sept. 60 
P 22 Oct. 60 
4 June 46 

P 8 Apr. 63 
P 19 May 64 
P 27 June 64 
P29 June66 

14 Sept. 66 

14 Sept, 66 

P 24 Mar. 64 

9 Oct 66 

p lSept.64 



OAPTAIH. 



P29Dec. 46 
P 7 June 60 
P S6 June 69 
P 1 Apr. 63 
P 8 Apr. 63 
P 27 June 54 
14 Sept 66 
2 Oet 66 



BBBTBT* 

XAJOB. 



Paymaiter.'^-Qeo. Pott Ersklne, 3 Noy. 43; Ens. P 11 JiUy 34 iZt^P} Mar. 39, 

A4iyutant,'^Com&t John Gilleland, 18 March 63, 

Quarter-Master.^Oiho Vialls, 82 April 53. 

Surgeon. — Bobert Marshall Allen,* 28 March 64 ; Auitt. Surg. 3 June 43. 

Assittani Surgeon. — Charles John White, 28 March 64. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Austin Cooper Shaw, 21 Aug. 48. 

Scarlet — Pcuings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. C. B. & W« H'OrigOf. 
Irish Agents, Sir B. B. Borongh, Bt., Armlt, k Co. 
[Reiumedfirom Frrniee^ 96 Jemuary 1816.] 

1 Lieat-Gsseral Boorehier lerred under Sir Ralpli Abererombf in \h% eziMdltion sfsimst Osdlg in ltOO» 
tt4 ilM iB tiM oan]»alga in Egrpt ia 1801, and wm prMwt at tbe tattlM of the ISili sad Slat Marah, and 
BtaBsnia on tbs eth M S7. Ha wrved afterwards the csnpalgnt of 1 



. . ri8U. 19,andl«,in«lodioffth«ii«ts 

of Bidslo^ tettla of Salamanca, oaralrj affldrt at Oallada da Camino and Yanta da Poao, battlea of Quatrs 
Brat and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He haa reoeiyed the War Medal vith Iwe Claspa for Sgypt sad 

S Oaptaia CtepUa strrad the Poalaub campaign of 1S4$*0 with the Brd Light Dragooaa, sad wsa praaaat 
la the aihlr of Ramanggnr, paiaage of the Chcnab at Wuseerabad on the let Dee. IMS with the flnrce aader 
Sir Jeaaph ThaokweU, and hattlee of SadooUpore, ChilUanwallah. and Ooq)eiat (Medal and two Clupe). 

S Captain Miller aerred with the 10th Regt. in the campaign oa theSutm la IMfl, and wvpreMat in the 
kMIe of Bohaaea (Medal). . 

4 Ueot. Corrlgan aertea «• a I4e«taaant in the 74th in the KsiAr war of 1MI-4W (ittfhftly weunded). 
ad wee afterwaids atlaehe4 te, and lenred with, the Gape Moiiated giies aa a Volwaleet (Medal). 

sSurgaoaAllenaerredinthe field with the O^pe MouaM Biflsnwt daiiag the Xsflv w«r ef 184M7, 
«s< was y n mm M i mt k n wms^mmn ihtavlrtMa (Ms4sD« 



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fBttleni Amy, <Q May 186 
L Depot, Newbridge. 



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20 



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Pay. 



Depot, 

On the StandardB and Appointments the HARP akd CROWlf, and the 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " Quisseparabitl" 
" PENINSULA " « BALAKLAVA *' ** SEVASTOPOL.*' 
CoUmeL—mchBTd Pigot,i JSns. 4 Sept. 93 ; Lieut. 16 Sept. 93 ; Capt, 21 Dec. 
93; Me0or,^ April 02 ; Lieut, -CoL 1 May 06; CoL 4 June 14 ; M^f.'Gen. 
19 July 21; Lieut.-Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 11 Not. 51 ; Co/. 4th Dragoon 
GnaidB, 26 Not. 49. 
Lieut.'ColoneL'-BdwBTd Cooper Hodge,^ CB. Comet ,9 Ang. 26; Ideut. p3 
July 28 ; Capt. » 19 Dec. 34 ; Mqfor, p 3 Dec. 41 ; Lt.-Col. p 3 Oct. 48 ; CoL 
28 Not. 64. 
Afic^'or.— William Charles Forrest,' Cornet^ p11 Mar. 36; lAeut. p5 Jan. 39; 
Capt. P 7 Sept. 41 ; Mj^oTy P 3 Oct. 48 ; Brevet Ueut.-Coi. 12 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 

Francis Rowland Forster^ 

Thomas Jones 

Michael M'Creaghs .. 
Arth . Masterson Robertson 
Robert John Henry .... 

Thos. M iller Clarke 

George Manners Morgan 
Robert Ganter • • « 

LiBUTBKAlfTB. 

Christopher M'DonneP. . 
Charles Fleetwood Shawe 
Daniel Peploe Webb . . 
Bathurst Bdw.Wllkinson* 
Hon. M. FitsMaur.Deane® 
John Arthur Bra«[ge . . 
Edward Rowe Fisher* 
George Alex. Muttlebury' 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 23 July 41 

26 July 44 
P 18 May 46 
P 16 Feb. 60 

30 July 44 
P 12 July 60 
P 16 May 61 

Pl2BIar. 62 
P 13 Mar. 62 
P 14 May 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 13 May 63 
P 17 June 63 
P26NOT.63 



CORNBTB. 

Henry Ponsford p 27 Jan. 64 

HenryThomas Richardson 2 Feb. 66 
Edward Harran/o a^f. . . 23 Feb. 66 
Thomas Clark Gnlespie . 10 April 66 
WiUiam Clefden Goldie . 16 May 66 
Wm. Bruce Armstrong " 22 June 66 

PaynuM^er.— John Biggs, 16 Sept 61 ; Bni. p2 Sept. 46; Lieut. 17 Oct. 48. 
Ac^utant.'— Comet Edward Harran,^*^ 7 Sept. 66. 
Quarter^Maeter. — John George Drake,* 6 June 64. 
Rtding-Maeter.-'-QeoTfse Price,' 13 AprU 66; Comet, 6 Not. 64. 
(STur^enm.— Robert Cooper,^* 18 March 63 ; Assist. -Surg. 21 July 43. 



Pll Mar. 42 
P 19 May 43 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 18 July 61 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 30 April 62 
P 26 June 62 

P 17 June 63 

Pll Oct. 63 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

do 

do 

P 7 Sept. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBYBT- 
MAJOB. 



12 Dec. 64 



P 29 Jan. 47 
P 30 June 48 
P 18 July 61 
P 26 June 62 
P 17 June 63 
8 Dec. 64 
P 7 Sept 66 
P 7 Sept 66 



Lieot. WillilDson lerred 
in the Bait era campaign of 
1854-69, includiDg tlie siege of 
SebMtopol, and attack on the 
Russian oniposti on lOih Feb. 
1866 (Medal and Clasp). 






I Assist.' Surgeon. — ^William Macnamara, 6 Oct. 64, 
I Veterinary Surgeon. — Luke Byrne, 3 Feb. 64. 

I Scarlet — JVicin^^Blue. — ^^en^, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 



I General Pigot waa activelr employed in the West Indies In 1704 during the Maroon war, in the 
Mediterranean and capture of Minorca in 1798 ; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1800| and in 
the East Indies in 1818. 

5 Colonel Hodge commanded the 4th Dragoon Guards In the Eastern campaign of 1864-66 (Medal and 
Clasps); was on board H. M. 8. SwuparM in the naval attack on Bebastopol, 17th Oct. 1864 ; also present 
at the battles of BalaklaTa and Inkerman, siege of Sebaatopol, night-attack on Russian outposts, 10th Feb., 
and battle of Tchernaya, 16 Aug. 1866. 

a Lieut.-Oolonel Forrest serred the Eastern campai$rn of 1864-66, including the battle of Balaklava, siege 
of Bebastopol, uight-attack on Russian outposts, 10th Feb. 1866, and battle of TeheTna7a( Medal and Clasps). 

4 Mi^or Forster served the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, Including the battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Captain M*Creagh, Lieut. Fisher, and Qr.-Master Drake, served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, 
Including ihe battle of Balaklava, siege of Bebastopol, and battle of Tcheraaja (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Lieut. M'Donnel and Bidlng-Matter Price served the Eastern campaign of 18644S6, including the 
battles of Balaklava and Inkeman, siege of Bebastopol, night-attack on Russian outposts; lOih Feb. 1866, 
and battle of Tchernaya (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Lieut. Deane served the Eastern campaign of 18&4-66, including the battle of BalaUava, siege of 
Bebastopol, and night-attaek on Russian ontpMts, 10th Feb. 1866 (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Lieut. Muttleburj served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, Including the battlei of Balaklava, Inker- 
man, and Tchernaya, and siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Cornet Harran served the Eastern campaign of 1864^ ineloding tfie battle of Balaklava, siege of 
Bebastopol, night-attack on Russian outposts, 10th Fleb. 1866, and battle of Tchernaya (Medal and Clasps). 

II Comet Armstrong served the Etftem campaign of 1864-66, indadlng Che battle of Balaklava and 
siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

IS Burgeon Cooper seived the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, indudlag the battlei of Msaa, Balafclata, 
Inkerman, and Tohemaja, and siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



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*^i)iSfw!lwdie^ ] &th{Frin. Charlotte of WaUs's) Reg. of Dr. Gde. 



The motto " Vettigia fodla retrormmJ*—** SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA" 
"TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "BALAKLAVA" "SEVASTOPOL." 



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Colonel, 
9 Sir John Slade, Bari.^ GCH., ComH, 11 May 1780 ; Lieut. 88 April 83 ; 
Capt, 24 Oct. 87; Mqjor, 1 March 04; LieuU-CoL 29 April 05; CoL 20 
April 1802; Mt^or-Gen. 25 Oct. 00; Lieut.-Oen. 4 Jane 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Col. 5th Dragoon Guards, 20 July 31 . 

lAeut.'Colonel. 
Thomas Westropp M'Mahon/ CB., Comet, 24 Dec. 20; Lieut, p 2 Dec. 31 ; 
Capt, P June 38; Mqj. P 13 July 47 ; Lieut. » CoL 12 Dee. 54. 

Mqjor. 

Richard Thompson,* £n«^, p 25 Feb. 42 ; Lieut, p 1 7 Not. 43 ; Capt. p 23 May 
48 ; Mqfor, 12 Dec. 54. 



CORKBT. 



Captaiks. 
Adolp.Wm.D.Burtos/CB 

William Inglis' 

9 James Henley' . . 
Cba. Aug. Drake Halford^ 
Fred. Hay Swinfen* .... 
Alex. J. Hardy Elliot* . 
George Sapte Bumand" 
Richard T. Godman*^ . 

LlBtTTBNANTS. 

Robt James Montgomery^ 
JohnStephensonFerguson" 
Rich. G. Bomford Bolton" 
Thomas Lewis Hampton'' 

Henry Hird Hay*' 

Hobart Evans Fits Gerald^ 

William F. Richards*' 

Sir Edward Synge-Hut- 

chinson,*' Bt 



P 8 
p 2 
6 
P30 
PIO 
18 
P12 
P17 

P14 
Pll 
P12 
P21 
Pl7 
5 
13 



CORKBTB. 

Aug. William Travers • . 
L. Andrews ^chardson*. 
James Hayes, i* (U(f. • • % • 
Fred.DmmmondHibbert" 
Burton John Dateney . 

Henry Ellis White 

Charles Morley Balders 



Aug. 45 
Feb. 40 
Jan. 25 
Mar. 40 
April 40 
July 48 
April 50 
May 50 

June 50 
June 52 
Mar. 52 
Jan. 53 
Mar. 54 
Not. 54 
Feb. 55 

I Dee. 54 



LIBUT. 



PIO April 40 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 28 Not. 45 
P 5 April 50 
PIO April 50 
P 14 June 50 
P 28 Feb. 53 
P 3 Mar. 54 

25 Aug. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
28 Dec. 54 
24 Dec. 54 
20 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 
P OMar.55 

21 July 55 



10 Feb. 55 

P20Feb. 55 

10 Not. 54 

OMar.55 
30 Mar. 55 

1 May 55 
25 May 55 



CAITAIN. 



P 24 Dee. 52 
P 3 Mar. 54 
25 Aug. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 
24 Dec. 54 
21 July 55 



BBBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



12 Dec. 54 
12 Dec. 54 



17 July 55 



1 Sir John Slads Mrred in the eatnpaign of 1808-0 under Sir Jolin Moore» termiiieling with the baltlo 
o'Corvnna, where be bad the commuid of the Haumr Brif ade. He lerred aftemardt the rampalfii under 
the Oake of Welliofton, when he had eommand of a brigade of eavalry, and cotered tlie relreiit of the 
aimy lo the lines of Torres Vedras and the pursuit of Mas^^na from Santarem, with ihe aciions of KaTft 
4*ATer» El BodoB, Fucntes Ouiualdo, and Aldea de Ponte. Sir John has received the Gold llfdal and one 
Qssp for Coruana and Foenies d'Onor, where he had his hone shot under him ; and the Silver War Medal 
with two Claspe for Sabagun and Benevente, and Buiaco. 



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33a Sth (Princess Charlotte of Walefs) Eegt. of Dr. Gds. 



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Paymagter,--Geo, Thome Riokeitg/>6 April56; Cor,28 Jan, 48> X^ PS Aug. 40. 

A4futant. — Comet James Hayei," 2 March 55, 

Quarter-Aftuter.—Qeorge William Bewley,^ 8 July 53. 

Biding 'Master. — Maurice Day, U May 55. 

Surgeon.'^yfm, Green Trouadell/* M.D. 13 Deo. 53; AeeieU^Surg. 8 April 42. 

Assxstant'Surgeon.-^WiXi]itkm CattoU, 28 March 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon, — Stephen Price Conatant," 15 Oct. 52. 

Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agente, Measn . Cox k Co. 

9 Ltout .-Colonel M'Mahon Mired with the 0th Lanoen In the 8atli;J campaig;n in 1848, and wai present 
at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Serred the Eastern campaign of 1864 as A. Q. M. O. to the Caralry 
Division, inclading the battles of the Alma, BaUklaTa, and Tehernaya, and siege of Sebastopol; serred also 
the campaign of 1830 in command of the 6lh Dragoon Guards (Medal and Qasps, and OB.). 

8 M^J or Thompson serTcd In the Eastern campaign of 1864-65 (Medal), and commanded the 6th Dra> 
goon Guards during the winter and spring: present at the battle of Tehemsja. 

4 MiOor Burton served the Eastern campalgu of 1864-66, and commanded the 6th Dragoon Qnards at the 
battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tehernaya, and siege of Sebastopol, for which he obtained Brevet 
rank as Mi^or and CB. (Medal and Clasps). 

5 MivJor Inglls served the Eastern campaign of 1864'66, Including the battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol, for which he obuined Brevet rank as Mijor (Modal and Clasps). 

6 Capt. Henley served the campaign of 1814 In the Peninsula, including the battle of Toulonse, for 
whicli he has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

7 Captain Haiford, Liouts. Montgomery, Ferguson, Hampton, and Fitzgerald, AMist.-Surg. Oattell and 
Quarter- Master Bewley, served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Olasps). Capt. Halford* Lieuts. Hampton, Ferguson, and 
FiUgerald, and Assist.-Surg. Cattell were at the battle of Tehernaya. 

8 Captain Swinfen serv«d the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battto of BalmklaTa (wounded) 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claqis). 

M^Jor Elliot served Ave years in India, the two last 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 (Medal), as also 
in the SutleJ campaign, Including tne battle of Ferozeshah (Medal). Served the Bastem campaign of 1864-66 
as Aide-de-Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of Balaklava (severely wounded) and eiege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Captain Godman served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66 as AtUutant of tiie 6th Dragoon Guards, in- 
cluding the battles of Balaklava, Inkermxn, and Tehernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Captain Bumand, Lteuts. Bolton, Hay, Sir B. 8. Hutchinson, Cornets Hayes and HIbbert served the 
Eastern campaign of 1866, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal). Lieut Bay and Cornet Hayes were 
at the battle of Tehernaya. 

13 Lieut. Richards, formerly a Captain in the 17th Laaoers, served with the Qtli Lancere In the SntleJ 
campaign of 1840, Including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Served with the 6th Oragoon Qoardtln the 
Eastern campaign of 1866, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal) and battle of Tchtraura. 

18 Paymaster Ricketto served with the 8rd Light Dragoons In the Pui^aub campaign of 1840, and was 
present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasp). Served with the 0th Dragoon Guards In the Eastern 
campaign of 1856, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal). 

14 Dr Trousdell served with the S9th Regt. in the Pui^aub campaign of 1848.0, and wat prastnt at the 
battles of Chilli anwallah and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Eastern eampalga of 1864-66, 
Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

16 Veterinary Surgeon Constant served the Bastem caropalni of 1864-66, including the battlea of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



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"8BVAST0P0L.*' 
Colonel. 
9 Sir Thomas Hawker,* KCH. Comet, 12 May 1706; Zieut. 6 April 96; 
Capt 10 July 99 ; Mqjor, 23 Nov. 1804 ; Lieui.-Col. 2 Sept. 08 ; CoL 4 June 
14 j Mc^or-Qen. 27 May 25; Lieut-Oen. 28 June 38; Oen. 20 Jan« 54; 
Col. 6th Dragoon Quards 5 June 39. 

JAeut^'CoUmel 
Henry Richmond Jones, Comet, p9 June 25; Xieu^. p14 Nov. 26; Cop^ p 12 
June 30; Brevet'Mqjor,9Jioy.iRi Mqfor, p21 May 50; Uewt.^Cok p16 
Sept. 51 ; CoZ. 28 Nov. 54. 

Mt^or. 
Wailam Neville Custanoe, Eneign, p 11 Oct. 31 ; Lieui. p 96 June 35 j Ca|if. 
PIO Mar. 38; Jf^v'or, P16 Sept. 51. 



Captains. 

Charles Sawyer 

John Forster 

Robert BickeretafT, *. 
T. Coningsby N. Norbuiy 
Edward George Swinton' 

Philip Pinckney 

Alex. George Dickson^ . 

George Wardlaw 

Lieutenants. 
Ellis Brooke Cunliffe • 
Henry Roebuck Johnston 

Thomas Bott 

James Stillman, a4j. . . . 
William Thomas Betty . 
Jas. M. Bum Murdoch 
Fra. Geo.* Savage Curtis 
Courtenay Wm. Bruce . . 
Fra. Nathaniel Astley • , 

COKNBTS. 

Stephen Hold forth. , . • « 
S. Wentworth Stevenson 
Baker Creed Russell •• . 
G. S. Le Grice Stoddart . 



CORKBT. 



P 6 Sept. 83 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 6 June 34 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P18 Feb. 53 
P 5 Nov. 47 

P 14 June 50 

P 13 Dec. 50 

P 18 Apr. 51 

2 Sept. 51 

P 14 May 52 

P 14 Mar. 51 

P 15 Deo. 54 

15 May 55 

12 May 55 

P21 July 54 

14 Sept. 55 

2 Not. 55 

28 Dec. 55 



LIBUT. 



P 8 April 36 
3 Sept. 47 

P 29 Dec. 46 

P21 May 50 
7 Oct. 36 

P 22 Nov. 50 
6 June 54 

P 3 Jan. 51 

P 4 Apr. 61 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P Mar. 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 
P 13 Dec. 53 

24 Sept. 55 
P 26 Oct. 55 

26 Nov. 55 



CAPTAIN. 



BBBVET- 
MAJOR. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 10 Feb. 52 
P 9 Mar. 54 
15 Mar. 53 
5 Aug. 55 
P 1 June 55 
PlOOct. 55 



. 8 Oaptatn Bwlnton wrved 
wilh the ard Light Drafoons 
throughont the SulleJ cftm- 
patgn of 18i6-0| and waa pra- 
sent at the battles of Moodkee 
(leverely wouaded), Feroxe- 
sbah, and Sobraon (Medal and 
two Clasps). 



Paymaster. — Charles Sewell, 5 Jan. 55 j Comet, p 17 Oct. 51. 

A4iutaHt.^jMut. James StUlman, 10 Feb. 52. 

Qtutrter-Master. — George Fraser, 7 Nov. 51. 

Surgeon.— ^vnn Prlebard Moline,* 15 Aug. 54; AsHttant^Surgeont 7 Oct« 42, 

As8Uhm$'8urgeon, — Stuart Moore^ 5 Dec. 51. 

Veierkuny Syrgeoru—Altnd Job Owles, 19 Dee. 51. 

Bliifr— Facing Widte^-^Agente, Messrs. Coz k Co. 



1 sir Tbomas Hawker waa prwent in the aciiona in North Holland, the Helder azpedltiont in the lOib, 
lOth September, Shad and 6th October, 1709; and was present in command of the 90th UghtDragooaa la 
ev«ry •atiom in whieh the British troops were engaged on the eastern coaat of Spain, in 1S18 and ISMi be 
has eubeeqoently serred on the Staff, in India, as M^Jor-Oeneral. 

S Sargeoo Moline served with the 32nd Regt. during the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mah- 
mtta eountry; and was present at the taking of the forts of Pannlla and Powngbur. 

4 C^taln Dickson seeded with the 68nd B^. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1865, including the attack on 
Uie Qmrrlei 8th Jane, and on the Redan 18th June (Medal). 



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83a Sth {Princess Charlotte of Waters) Regt. of Dr. Qds. 



fears' ierr. 


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Paymagier.'^Oeo. Thome RIokettg,i>6 April55; Cor,28 Jan, 48; X^p3 Aug. 49. 

Adijutant. — Comet Jftmes Hayes/* 2 March 56. 

Quarter- Afa**cr.— George Willism Bewley,^ 8 July 53. 

i7t£fin^-3fa^dr.— Maurice Day, U May 56. 

SttrgeoH,-^yrm. Green Trousdell/^ M.D. 13 Deo. 53 ; Aaiit^^Surg, 8 April 42. 

^fm^atU-^tif^voii.^Wimam CatteU, 28 March 64. 

Vetervnary iS^i4r^«on.^-Stephen Price Constant/' 15 Oct. 52. 

Scarlet — Facingi Green. — Agenti, Messn . Cox k Co. 

9 Ltout .-Colonel M<Mahon eenred with the 0th Lanoen In the Sutlc;} campaign In 1848, and waa preeent 
at the batUe of Sobraon (Uedal). Serred the Eattem campaign of I8M at A. Q. M. O. to the Cavalrj 
DiTlilon, inelnding the battles of the Alma, BaUklava, and Tehernaya, and tiege of Sebastopol; served also 
the campaign of 1830 in commAnd of the 5lh Dragoon Ouarda (Medal and Qaape, and CB.)* 

8 M^Jor Thompion served In the Eastern campaign of 1864-05 (Medal), and commanded the 5th Dra- 
goon Onards during the winter and apring: present at the battle of Tchemara. 

4 Maior Burton aerred the Eastern campaign of 1864-05» and commanded the 6th Dragoon Quarda at the 
battles of BalaklaTa, Inhcrman, and Tehemaya, and atege of Sebastopol, for which he obtained Breret 
rank aa M^Jor and CB. (Uedal and Claaps). 

6 MivJor IngUa served the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, Including the battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and aiege of Sebaatopol, for which he obtained Breret rank aa Mi^or (Medal and Claapa). 

Capt. Henley aerred the campaign of 1814 In the Peninaula, including the battle of Tonlonae, for 
which he haa reoeived the Silver War Medal with one Claap. 

7 Captain Halford, Lieuta. Montgomery, Ferguson, Hampton, and Fltxgerald, Aaaist-Surg. Cattell and 
Quarter- Maater Bewley, aerved the Eaatem campaign of 1854-56, Including the battlea of Balaklara and 
Inkerman, and aiege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). Capt. Halford, lieuts. Hampton, Ferguson, and 
Fittgerald, and Assist.-Surg. Cattell were at the battle of Tcbemaya. 

8 Captain Swinfen served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the battle of Balaklava (wonnded) 
and aiege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

Mi^or Elliot served Ave years in India, the two last 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 (Medal), as also 
in the Sutlej campaign, Including the battle of Feroseshah (Medal). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 
as Aide-de-Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of Balaklara (severely wounded) and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

to Captain Oodman aerved the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 aa Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Goarda, In- 
eluding the batUea of Balaklara, InkermHu, and Tcbemaya, and alege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Captain Bumand, Lteuts. Bolton, Hay, Sir S. S. Huteianson, Cornets Hayes and HIbbert served the 
Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal). Lieut Bay and Comet Hayes wera 
at the battle of Tcbemaya. 

12 Lieut. Richards, formerly a Captain in the 17th Lancers, served with the Qtb Lancers in the Sutlej 
campaign of 1840, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Served with the 6th Dragoon Qoaidt in the 
Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal) and battle of Tchsmaya. 

18 Paj master Ricketto serred with the Srd Light Dragoons in the Pui^anb campaign of 1840, and was 
present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasp). Serred with the 0th Dragoon Onards in the Eastern 
campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal). 

14 Dr Trousdell serred with the S9th Regt in the Puidaob campaign of 1848-0, and was present at the 
battles of Chilli anwallah and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps), Served the EasUra campaign of 1854-66, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Ciaspa). 

15 Veterinary Surgeon Conatant aerved the Eaatem campaign of 1854'66^ including the battlea of AUna, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebaatopol (Medal and Claapa). 



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"SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel. 
9 Sir Thomw Hawker/ KCH. Comet, 12 May 1705; LUut. 5 April 96; 
Capt 10 July 99; Mqjw, 23 Not. 1804; Lietd.-CoL 2 Sept. 08; CoL 4 June 
14; Mt^or-Qen. 27 May 25; LieuUGen. 28 June 38; Qen. 20 Jud« 54; 
CoU 6th Dragoon Qnardfl 5 June 39. 

lAevin'Coloml. 
Henry Richmond Jones, Cometf p 9 June 25 ; Lieui, p 14 Not. 26 ; Cant, p 12 
June 30; Brevet'M(0or,Q Hoy. 46; Mqfmr, p21 May 50; Lwa.^Cok Pia 
Sept. 51 ; CoL 28 Nov. 54. 

Mqfor. 
WiUiam Neville Custanee, Bruign, p 11 Oct. 31 ; Lieui. p 86 June 35 ; Capt. 
P 16 Mar. 38; Jlfi^or, P16 Sept. 51. 



Captains. 

Charles Sawyer 

John Forster ..,.,.., 
Robert Bickerstaff, e. 
T. Coningsby N. Norbuiy 
£dward George Swinton^ 

Philip Pinckney 

Alex. George Dickson^ . 

George Wardlaw 

Lieutenants. 
Ellis Brooke Cunliffe . 
Henry Roebuck Johnston 

Thomas Bott 

James Stillman, at^. . . . 
William Thomas Betty . 
Jas. M. Burn Murdoch 
Fra. Geor Savage Curtis 
Courtenay Wm. Bruce . 
Fra. Nathaniel Astley • , 

COKNSTS. 

Stephen Holdforth 

S. Wentworth Stevenson 
Baker Creed Russell • • • 
G. S. Le Grice Stoddart . 



CORNET. 



P 6 Sept. 83 
P 25 Aug. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 6 June 34 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P18 Feb. 53 
P 5 Nov. 47 

P 14 June 50 

P 13 Dec. 50 

P 18 Apr. 51 

2 Sept. 51 

P 14 May 52 

P 14 Mar. 51 

P 15 Deo. 54 

15 May 55 

12 May 55 

P21 July 54 

14 Sept. 55 

2 Nov. 55 

28 Dec. 55 



LIEUT. 



P 8 April 36 
3 Sept. 47 

P 29 Dec. 46 

P21 May 50 
7 Oct. 30 

P 22 Nov. 50 
6 June 54 

P 3 Jan. 51 

P 4 Apr. 51 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P Mar. 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 
P 13 Dec. 53 

24 Sept. 55 
P 26 Oct. 55 

26 Nov. 55 



captain. 



BBBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P22NOV. 50 
P 10 Feb. 52 
P Mar. 54 
15 Mar. 53 
5 Aug. 55 
P 1 June 55 
PlOOct. 55 



. 9 Giptaia Bwlnton lenred 
with the ard Light Dnfoona 
tbroaghoni the SatleJ cam- 
paign of 1846-0, and iraa pre- 
sent at the battles of lloodkee 
(lererely wounded), Peroze- 
shah, and Sobraon (Medal and 
two Clasps). 



Paymagter. — Charles Sewell, 5 Jan. 55; Comet , p 17 Oct. 51. 

A4iiUaat.^IAiut. Jamea StLUnmn, 10 Feb. 52. 

Quarter^MaHer. — George Fraaer, 7 Nov. 51. 

Surgeon.--Jvme$ Prlebard Moline,* 15 Aug. 54; Asfistant^Surgooni 7 Oct, 42. 

Auisiant'Surgeon, — Stuart Moore^ 5 Dee. 51. 

Veterinarff Afy^won.— -Alfred Job Owles, 19 Dee. 51. 

Blue— J^dMrin^ White.— i(l^eM^#, Measra. Goz ft Co. 



1 Sir Tbomaa Hawker was praamit in tht actiont in North Holland, tht Haldar expedltiont in the lOih, 
19th September, 2nd and 6th October, 1709; and was present in command of the 90th IJghiDragooM la 
every aottoa in whieh the British troops were engaged on the eastern eoatt of Spain, in 1918 and ISMi he 
has sabeeqaently serred on the Staff, in India, as MHior^Oeneral. 

2 Sargeon Moline serred with the 82nd Regt. during the campaign of 1844-45 in the Sonthem Mah- 
ratu country; and was present at the taking of the forts of Panulla and Pownghor. 

4 Giiptain Dickson seived with the e8nd Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1865, including the attack on 
Uw Qniurriea 8th June, and on the Redan 18th June (Medal). 



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85 1th ( The Princess RoyaVs) Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 



rH«ad Quartan, 
L Ediabargh. 



Yeara> Serr. 



47 



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Colonel, 
9 Q3ft ArtharW. M. Lord Sandys/ Cornet^ 27 July 00; Lt. 10 July 10; 
Capt, 25 Aug. 13; Mqjor, 27 July 16; Lt.^CoL 21 Jan. 19; CoL 10 Jan. 
37 ; Mqfor-Oen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Oen. 20 June 54 ; CoL 7th Dragoon Qnards. 
18 Mar. 53. 

Lieut.'ColoneL 
Arthur CaTendlsh Bentinck, Ensign^ p 2 Nov. 38; LieuU p 31 Oct. 40; 
CapU P 2 Mar. 47 ; MqjoTf P 27 June 61 ; Lieut.-CoL p 8 Dec. 64. 

Mi{for. 
Charles Wm. Thompson' Comet, p26 Feb. 36; Lieut, p 17 Jan. 40; Capt, 
P 1 Dec. 48; Mqjor, P 9 Nov. 56.! 

Captains cornbt. libut. | captain, brby.-maj. 

William Middleton .... 
Fitaroy George Smith . . 
Thomas William Goff . . 
Wm. Wentworth Lamb . . 
James William Balfour. . 
Tho. Bdw. Dowbiggeu . . 
James Nixon Macartney^ 
John William Wetherall 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

A. G. Montgomery Moore 
Arthur Robt. G. Costello 
Montague Dettmar . • . , 

Peter Withlngton 

Henry Blinkhom,* R.M. 
W. Fourbelle Dowdeswell 

Hume NichoU , 

Jonathan W. M. Walker 

CORNBTS. 

D.Scotland,(Q.M.ie DecM) 
James Vance Cleland 



P 19 Mar. 47 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 18 May 49 
P 10 May 31 
P 18 Jan. 50 

P 13 Dec. 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P16AprU62 
P 9 July 52 

16 Feb. 49 
P17 Aug. 52 
PlSAug. 62 
P 13 May 63 

17 Nov. 54 
P 15 Dec. 54 



P 3 Aug. 49 
P 11 Sept. 49 
P 16 Nov. 49 
P21 May 50 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P27 June51 
Pll Apr. 34 
P 19 Mar. 52 

P 6 July 62 

P 30 July 52 

P 6 May 53 

P 13 Feb. 56 

14 Sept. 55 

14 Sept. 55 

9 Oct. 56 

9 Nov. 56 



P 19 Mar. 52 
P 30 July 52 
P 6 May 53 
P 8 Dec. 54 
P 13 Feb. 66 
14 Sept. 56 
13 Nov. 42 
P 9 Nov. 55 



20 June 64 



Paym«Mf«r.— Nugent Chichester, 19 March 52 ; Comet, p 6 Nov. 46 ; Lieut, 

P 30 March 49 ; Capt, p 27 June 51 . ' ' 

A(^utant,— Comet David Scotland, 17 Nov. 64. 
Quarter-Master.^QeoTge Gillam,' 17 Nov, 64. 
Surgeon.-— Gideon Dolmage, 6 April 44 ; Aseist.-Surg, 10 Dec. 83. 
As8itt,'Surgeon. — 
Veterinary Surgeon,—Ua,thisw Poett,® 21 April 37. 

Scarlet— Facin^f Black.— ^^tfn^#, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Betumedfront the Cape of Good Hope, 7 June 1848.] 

1 Lord Sandys accompaiiieil the lOth Hufsan to the Peninaula In 1812, and was present in the action at 

Morales, and battjesof Vittoria and Pampeluna. Berred also the campaign of 1810, as an Alde^e-Oamp to 

with Om cfaT torVlttori" ^^ **'***"* ** ^® ***"** ^' Waterloo. Has received the Silver War Medal 

3 M^or Taompioa Mrrcd u a Captain la the BritUh Legioa. and was engaged at Henianl tOth Auc. 1886* at Ar- 

labaa. Itth. 17th, aadlSih J«>.; and U>. action b«rora San Sehattlaa. 5Ui Sj^ wS^e w2 tiriw^olLdi 

in the Up and the hand (K. 8. F. and Medal). Served the eampalgn of the PunJauVln STI*?? LtfhrSIS<STw« 

encacwl m Eamnocrur (bone wounded). SSnd Nov. 1848, at ChlUianwallah. IStb Jan.. and at Ooojerat. flUtf^ 1849 

(Medal and two Claip.^ Pw^ent -l/o « the eroNlag of the Cbenah. Jhelum. and Indu ; at the sarrender of the Selk 

•r ' •' f '£ "'J?*' ^ '*^" H^^ ^"^^^ ■***■ '• ^«*«^ "* »«««" o' *»»• Aflkh«n. to Pediawnr. 

4 MiOor Maeartnej served with the 9th Lancers at the battle of Panniar (Medal). 

6 Lieut. Blinkhorn wrved with the 10ih Lancers in the battle of Mahand pore, 89Ui Dec. 1848 (Medal), 
also In the campaign on the SuUeJ in 1848, including the battles of AliwaliSd Sobraon, for which he hu 
received a Meaal ano one Clasp. 

*u^^^Vf™"**'.^i"f? .•*'*•* with the 7ih Dragoon Guards at the C!ape of Good Hope, and was with 
the Kaffll Si? Jf lMfl.7 (MJdiujr" ^^''''^ **** ®""**' ^^'" *" ^^' "** *** ^^^ throughout 

8 Veterinary-Surgeon Poett served with the Roval Dragoons in the Eastern campaign of 1 8M-«(, including 
the siege of Sebastopol and battle of Balaldava (Medal Sd two Clasps). h »« « .««.«», in«uaing 



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1*^ {Royal) Regiment of Dragoom. 



Bastoni Army, May 1854.1 
Depoi, Canterbury. J 

The Creit of England within the Garter. The Eacle. "Speetemur aatndo *' 
«* PENINSULA" " WATERLOO " « B^LAKLAVA '» « SEVASTOPOL/ 



86 



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21 



2 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 

19 



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Pay. 



CoUmeL^Hf iH Sir Arthur Benjamin CMfton,» KCB. KCH. Comet.e June 

1794; Lieui.l Aug. 1794; Capt, 27 Feb. 1799; Mqjor, 17 Dec. 1808: Lieut. 

Coi. 26 July 1810; Col.l2 Aug. 1819; Af^yor Gen. 22 July 80 : LietU.-Qen. 

28 Nov. 41; {7c/i. 20 June 64 ; CoZ. let Dragoons, 80 Aug. 42. 
Lieia,'Colonel.^Zo\in Yorke," CB. Comet, P21 Dec. 82; Lt. p6 Dec. 34: 

Capt. P 14 Dec. 41 ; Mtfjor p4 Sept. 49 ; Lieut, Col. p 4 Feb. 63. 
Afq/or.— Robert Wardlaw,' Comet, v ^ June 86 ; Lieut. p28 July 40 ; Capt. 

P 14 Oct. 42 ; Major, P 4 Feb. 68 ; Brevtt Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 



Captainb. 

Wm.deCardonnel£lm8aU^ 

Michael Stocks' 

George Campbell* 

JohnCoItman Davenport^ 

James Ainslie? 

John Chamberlain 

Walter John Coney* . . . . 

St. John W. C. Charlton^ 

Lieutenants. 
Edmund Pepys*. ....... 

ThomasKeane FitzGerald^ 
Richard George Glyn^ .. 
William Wray Hartopp* 
G. Metcalfe Robertson^*^ 
John Glas Sandeman* . . 
Henry F. Geo. Coleman 
William Henry Cutler . . 

CORMBTS. 

William Edmund Curtis . 

John Lee,* at^ 

Godii-ey Thomas HaUifaz 
John Gordon Graham . . 

Macdonald Hall 

Henry Frank Johnson . . 
RobertClarke 



CORNET. 



P 1 July 42 
PllDec. 46 
P 26 Feb. 48 

9 June 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 

1 June 82 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 14 Feb. 6L 

P 14 May 62 
P 24 Aug. 62 
P22 Jan. 68 
Pll Mar. 58 
P12Mav 63 
P 10 June 68 
P29 June49 
P 18 Not. 63 

P 17 Feb. 64 
6 Nov. 64 

P 9 Mar. 66 
19 June 66 
28 Oct. 66 

P 9 Nov. 66 
30 Nov. 66 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BBEVBT- 
MAJOB. 



P 18 Oct. 43 P 4 Sept. 49 12 Dec. 64 

P 20 July 49 P 26 Feb. 68 

P 4 Sept. 49 P 1 April 63 

P 16 Nov. 49 P 29 April 63 

P21 Dec. 49 P 11 Oct. 68 

P 10 July 36 8 Dec. 64 

P 26 Feb. 63 22 Dec. 64 

P lAprll63 P 18 May 66 

Pll Oct. 63 
P 17 Feb. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

P 18 May 66 

P81 Jan. 61 

P21 Dec. 66 



13 Doctor Forteath icrrod with the troopt 
engaged in suppreuing the rebellion In Cey- 
lon In 1848. Served the Saatem campaign of 
1854*89, and was praeent at the aflkir of Bui- 
ganac, and battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inker- 
man, and Tchemaya, and slef e of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Claapt). *^ 



^eM^^^r^'"^*"" Shearman, 81 Jan. 46; Hud Lieut, p 21 Apr. 87 ; Lieut. 

A^vtaiU.'-'Comet John Lee,* 24 April 65. 

Qi«irfer-Afa*<er.— WUUam Scott," 26 Oct. 49. 

Bidxng-MaHer.-^QeoT^ Cruse." 16 March 66. 
^«rjy«m.--Alexandcr Forteath," M.D. 28 March 64 ; AsHst.^Surg. 10 Feb 43 
I ^«fM^.-^«r^«m.— Henry Sheriock, 16 Dec 64. ^ 

Veterinary Surgeon.—Airred Henry Cherry. 28 Sept. 46. 

1 Sir Arthur Clifton '..el?cel':^a^"pTgK ^iTsSTfo^Tti T^PL^^. ^^^^ . . 
In covering and supporting four SpMXlSns at the^baiti- «f r.L * ' *"^ ^^' Commanded a squadron 
qaent operation. ; SSttle o^ Buslco^^naS^f'uJl^l^ti^S, sintSm tlk^ne f« S'^Jf** '" •^•'^""•"' V"^' 
gase; battle of Puentes d'Onor, actions at Kav6 d^ATPr pi pI3 « ?' ^''>*l?\«'n\him prisoners and bog- 
.e.er.1 affair, during the retreat' TihT^^jTrom slfu^i^[^^^^^ "^1,^'^^? ^' ^^^'*' 

a body of French Infantry under General ClLscl, nearTaUmai?a kimn A^^^^ ^!'^ 5 T***~" 

enemy; battle ol Vlttoria, blockade of PamiSna? UeraTafSV. in^^ Pv '"* nearly a hundred of the 
skirmishing with the enei^y and corering the retreat on th-filt ir 5*^* Pyrenees, battle of Touloo«, 
Arthur ha.%eceired Ihe Gold Medal and onfcia ^fir Fue„ie. 1V„„^^ ^uf **"*"* *!f ^u""]!^}"^' ^^'' 
Uedal with three Clasp, for. Talarera, Bu«ico. anTroulousI "**"'^ *"** ^^ *^"^" ^'*' 

wo^uil^ilJi'b^otSrTtTer^^^^^^^^^ -l>algn of 1854.. and wa. severely 

U.' iit:o'^.r;"or£tL'i%^^^^^^^ '^' »-' "<»^"^ '^^e baltSTJalalcIara (shot thn,u.h 

ihi StK'sj ?sLZT^ ;;? st^si-jisii^^rMns;?' -^^^ ^^^« ^"*- -^p-^^ <>' ^^^^ «-'««ii"f 

of^ifilfTa^dX? o7'8er.5lo?!?l^?^^^^^^ '^« ^"»«- --P'^*^. ^-^-^n, the battle 

-i?|i§[S?::d^7htLXSf.r^^^ '^'^'^^ Of Balahla^Cho. 

ladC^L'* > ^^' >«nr«l the Sastam campaign of 1864-05, including the ilego of Sobaitf^ol (Mc 



37 



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2nd {Royal North British) Regt. of Dragoons. [ ^(^i^rtdlU.*** 

On the Sluidardf an Eagle.—" WiLTERLOO*' "BALAKLATA '* "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— 11^ ^m Archibald Money,' Gfi. KG. Cornet, April 94; XM8 Hay 94; 

Capt. 3 May 00; Mt^tn-y 14 Dec. 00; Li.-CoL 4 June 14; CoL 10 Jan. 

37 ; Mey.'Gen, Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen, 20 June 54; CoL 2d Drs. 24 May 52. 
itfiti<.-Cotoiie/.— Henry Darby Griffith,* CB. Comet, p 26 Nov. 28 ; Lt.PH^ Nov. 

31 ; Capt. P 1 Aug. 34; Afi^jor, p 6 Nov. 46 ; Lt.^Col. P 27 Aug. 62 ; Col. 29 

June 66. 
Af^'or.— George Aug. Filmer Sulivan,' Comet, p 20 July 86 ; Lieut, p 26 Feb. 41 ; 
Capt. P 6 April 44; Afq/or, 17 Feb. 64; Brett* Lt.-CoL 12 Doc 64. 



2 



Captains. 
G. C. Clarke^ l-c. 12 Dec.6i 
iS^tr G. Pra. Hampson, J3^.^ 

William Miller" 

Francis Sutherland* 4 . . 

George Buchanan* 

Herbert Edwards^ 

WiUiam Taylor Prentis* 
Robert Scott Hunter* . 

LlBUTBXlAMTS. 

Andrew Nugent*® 

Lenox Prendergast" .'. . 

Henry John Wale 

Duncan McNeill*' 

Heu. Edwardes Haudley ■' 
A. S. Montague Browne'^ 
James Brander Dunbar 
Nicholas Mills, R.M... 

CORNBTS. 

Daniel Moodie,*«i4i^'.. 

David Gibson*^ 

Samuel Seggie 

John Lorn Stewart . . . 
Thomas Philip Parr**. . . 
James J. Armstrong*^ . 
J. Herbert R. Stoddart. 



LIEUT. 



P30May 34 
P 6 Aug. 42 
7 July 46 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P6N0V. 46 



P 7 Oct. 36 
P 18 April 46 
20 June 60 
Pll April6l 
P27 Aug. 62 
P22 Oct. 47 



PlOAug. 50 Pll Nov.63 
p 17 June 51 17 Feb. 64 



P17 Dec. 62 

P 11 Mar. 53 

20 June 45 

P20Sept.6d 

P 30 Sept. 53 

18 Nov. 63 

12 Jan. 55 

10 Mar. 54 



24 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

P 26 Feb. 48 

15 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 
P 16 Mar. 65 
P 26 May 65 

13 Sept. 65 



BREV.-HAJ. 



P20Sept.39 11 Nov. 51 
P 24 Sept. 47 

30 Sept. 64 

84 Nov. 64 
8 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 
P 86 May 65 

13 Sept. 66 



S Capt. Preotii wu al Uie siege 
and fall of 8«l»Mlopol (Medal and 
Clasp). 

9 Capt. Honter temd in Uie 
Rasfem eampalftt oT ISS4-6ft, In. 
eludtoff Uie aflUr of M'Kensie's 
Farm, battif s of Balaklata and In- 
kennaBi and siefe of Sebaatopol 
(Medal tad tkrtf Ciaspe). 



90 Doctor Bruah wrved with the 86tb on the 
China expedition (Medal), and was present at 
the repulse of the night-attack on Ningrpo, at 
the attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, 
Shanghae, and Chin Klang Foo, and at the 
lauding hefore Nankin. Served the Eastern 
campaign of 1804-66 with the Snd Dragoons, 
Includingtthe affair of M'Kentle's Tana, battles 
of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Teheruaja, siege 
and AOl of Sebastf^ol (Medal and three Clasps). 



30 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 64 

19 Feb. 66 

P 20 Feb. 55 

P 30 Mar. 65 

6 June 55 

16 Nov. 55 

Thomas Gonne { p 23 Nov. 55 

Paynuuter.—Yred. Windham Lukin," 10 Aug. 65 ; JBm. P 16 May 61 ; X*. p 18 
Adjutant. — Comet Daniel Moodie,' 30 Sept. 64. [Nov. 53. 

Quarter-Matter.—ThomBA Hamilton M'Bean,^^ 16 Aug. 60. 
Surgeon. — John Ramsay Brush,^ M.D., 2 April 52 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 June 41. 
Astittant'Surgeon. — Cornelius Clark Rutherford, ? May 62. 
Veterinary Suraeon. — Tom Parinder Gudgin," 13 Oct, 64. 
Scarlet — Fatings Blue. Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson and Co. 

I Lieut-General Money serred twentj-flre years in the 11th Dragoons:— in Flanders and Hblland in 
17M and 96, and in Qermany the latter year, including the attack on the French lines, 17th April ; their 
defeat on the hcighU of Catenu, Mth April, and near Tournay ; 8rd May ; battles of Boubaix and Lannoy, 
defeat of the French near Tournay, 83nd May 1704; and affair at Bommel, Snd Jan. 1706. Campaign of 
1700 in Holland, including the actions of the 10th and 10th Sept., Snd and 6th October. Commanded a 
detachment of the Regt. under Sir Ralph Abercromby, at Leghorn, Minorca, and the expedition to Cndlz, 
In 1800; in Egypt, in 1801 (Medal), including the actions of the 8th, 19th, and Slst March, together with 
the capture of Orand Cairo and Alexandria. Peninsular campaiRnii of 1811 and 18; present at the siege 
of DadiOox, battle of Salamanca, and affair of caralry near the Tormes on the following day, when three 
French battalions were taken ; cavalry affairs of Callada Camino and Fenta de ]*oso. Serred also the 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, towards the close of which last the 
command of the 11th Dragoons devolved on him : present also at the capture of Parii. He has received 
the War Medal with one Cliisp for Salamanea. 

f Colnnel GrifBth tenred tha Butern csmpalga of 1854-55, In command of the Seott Greyt, Including tba oflUr of 
ll'Kensie's Farm, battles of BolokUva (wounded In the head by a platol-ball), Inkennan, and Tchemaya, tiefe and fkll 
of Sebaatopol (Medal and three Claspt) . 

3 Lt. Col(mel Sullran, served ib« Rattem campalra of 1854.55, ineladlnr the aflfklr of M*Kenfie*s roru, battles of 
Balaklava Inktrmaa, aud Tcberaaya, siege and fUI of Bebastopol {Medal and three Clatpi). 

4 Lt. Colonel Clarke serred the Eastern campaign of 1854.66, Including the afhlr of M'Renile's Farm, battles of BaU. 
klava (sabre cut oa the neck), Inkcman, and Tchemajra, siege and tail of Settastopol (Medal and three Clasps). 

6 Sir Geo. Hampaon, served In the Eastern campaign of 1855, inelodlng the battle of the Tcfaemaya, sieg* and lUl of 
Bebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Captains Miller, Sutherland, and Buchanan, served the Bastom campaign of 1854-66, ineladinff the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkermao, and siefC of Sebastopol ( Medal and Clasps). 

7 Capt. Edwards served with the I4th Light Dragoons throughoot the PunJaub campaign of I848-9, inolndlng the action 
of RamnuggrrCwIth the charging squadrons), passage of the Chenab, battles of Chill lanwalUh and OfMnJetat, pursuit of the 
enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Affghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pass ( Medal and Clasps), served with the 
Scots Grevs In the Eastern campaign of 1664.55. Including the battle of the Teheraaya, »kge and foil of Bebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). 

10 Lt. Nugent served la the Eastern campaign of 1854.&5, includia« the batttes of BolokUva, Xnkenaon, and Teheraaya, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps). 

II Lt. Prcodergast served In the Baslera campaign. Including the bottle of Bolaktovo (severely wounded by o mnsket 
bollet on the right foot) and siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

It Lis. M'NoIll and Brown, and Assist.- Sargeon Rutherford, were at the battte of the Tehemoyo, the siege and fUl of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Claap). 

IS Lt Hondley served the Bootom eaapalgn of 1864-66. teelvdlag the battles of BalOUta (Uiice Vottad M right arm) 
and Inkennan. and ilefe of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



fioad Quartoif ,i 
Hounslow. J 



Zrd ( The King's Own) ttegt of U. IhagooM. 

The White Hone, within the Garter on the Snd and 8rd Standards, with the Motto. " Vtc a 

«8^AIIAKCA" "VITrORIA" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "CABOOL/ 184«" "1 

"FEHOZESHAH" " BOBRAON" " PTTNJATm" « PMtt.ti AMUrit t aum* u fxr^t-o 



I Years' Serv, 




88 

atp€rti ttrrwKt," 

_ 'MOODKEE" 

FEHOZESHAH" " SOBRAON" »• PUNJAUB"" " CHILLIANWALLAH"' ""oOOJERAT." 

Cohnel.—^ 9BB Peter Aug. Lautoar,' CB. KH. Comet, 91 Mar. 04 ; Lt. 4 July 
06; Cap*.8May06; lffl[;.20 May 13; X*.-C«i. 18 JunelS; Co/. 10 Jan. 37; 
MiyoT'Qen. Nov. 46; Lt,'Qen. 20 June 64; CoL 3rd Drs. 20 May 66. 
Lieut,'Colonel,—Yi^\jsT Unett,' Comet, p 23 Aug. 33 ; Lt, p 31 Mar. 37 ; Capt. 
P 1 Nov. 42; Brev. Mqj, 7 June 40 ; Mqj, p3 Feb. 64; Zt.^Col. 20 June 64. 
If^yor.— Charles John Potter,* Comet, p 8 April 86: i/. 21 Dec. 88; Capt. 
P 10 Dec. 47 ; Mqjor, P21 Sept 62. 



MIS I 

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Mi i 



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= 1111 



.- s S5 

:« '-'3 « 



>3« s : is 






i|?^i 



iiSl 



Captains. 

JTon. Hor. M. Monckton^ 

Charles Freville Sortees .. 

Frederick Sitivell 

John Blackbume Hawkes" 
William Gray Draper^ 
Richard Michael Williams 
Geo. E. P. Kauntze* 
Taylor Lambard Mayne" 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Edward Howard Vyse #. 
John Norcliffe Preston . 
Newton Cba. Chichester 



P21 Aug. 49 

P 19 Apr. 60 

P 16 Aug. 60 

i7^(m.AlgemonT.Moreton'Pl3 Apr. 60 



CORNBT. 



P 23 April 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 8 Sept. 46 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN BRBV.-MAJ. 



P29AprU42P 4 May 49 
P 7 Feb. 46 P 10 Dec. 47 
P 1 Aug. 61 P 16 July 63 



P 2 Mar. 88 p 27 BepYso' 20 June 64: 
P 19 Jan. 44 1 P 11 Dec. 46 p 1 Sept. 64 
P 16 May 61 p 29 Apr. 63 p22 Sept. 64 
19 Dec. 46 p 28 Jan. 48 14 Sept. 66i 
P 6 Aug. 41 P 20 Dec 42 2 Oct 66i 



Arthur Edmund Mansel 

Robert Dymond 

Jacob Camae Murphy 
Joseph P. North, At^. 
Wm. Drury N. Lowe . . 

CORNBTS. 

William Morrison Bell 

Henry Fawcett 

Charles Talbot Goff •• 

Arthur Lautour 

Richard Lomaz 



P 15 Oct. 60 

P 17 Jan. 61 

P 17 Feb. 64 

31 Dec. 62 

I Dec. 64 



D o -D k KA SLt-CoLITDettierreAwiUitheSra 

>' O VCD* 04 Lt. Drs. thfoochoat th« eampain 

20 June 64 <»' >**> ^^ AffiuuDisUa (MrdJ). 

uoo a ^A m.A *^°<^ waspreMOt at the forcing of 

P32 Sept. 64 the IQiTber Pasa. ttonBing the 

6 Sept. 62 heightt of JmgduuMh. action ot 

p n M.- KJE Teteen and Buftkotol, occupation 

W mar. OO of Cabool, itorm and capiure of 

14 Sept. 66 iBtaliff. He serred also the Pun- 

Ua^»* RK i*°^ campaign of 184» 9, and wat 
oepc OO prcMfitattbeaffalrofRaainaggttr, 
P 2 Feb 66 «>• P*«mc« of the Ch. nab at Wa- 
„ -^ . Tm K-er-bad oo th» Jat Drc. 1848 with 

P 10 Apr. 66 the foree nnder Siir Joarpb Thaek- 
well. aciioD of Sadoolapore, and 
hattlei of ChillianwalUh (aeTereif 



wonadcd) and Goojerai (Medal and two Clasps, 
and pronolpd to the brervt rank of M^or}. 

• Capt. Bawkes served the SutleJ eampaign of 
1845.^ and was present at the battles of Moodkre. 
Ferotesbah (horse .shot), and Sobnoa (wmaaded). 
Medal and two Clasps. 

64 ; Cor. 14 AprU 46 ; Lt. 19 May 60. 



^1 






P 1 Sept. 64 

P 28 Mar. 66 

P 18 May 66 

23 Oct 66 

23 No?. 66 

Paymaster. — James MacQueen,* 1 Dec.' 

Acljjttant.—Lieia. Joseph P. North, 16 Nov. 66. 

Quar^er^lfof^vr.— Abraham Crabtree/^ 26 Nov. 42 ; Cornet, 17 Sept. 41. 
Riding Master . — James Alexander Dixon ^^^ 21 Sept. 66. 
Surgeon.—Wm. Ord Maokensie, M.D. 8 Jan. 47 ; Auut.-Surg. 14 Jan. 39. 
Assist.'Surg. — John Crown Agnis, 1 1 Aug. 64. 

Veterinary 5ur^«07i.— Benjamin Chaning Rouse Gardiner,^* 19 May 46« 
Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 
[Betumed from tJie East Indies, 12 May 1863.] 
1 Lleat-Geii«nd Lautour lerred in the Peninsula with the Ilth Draroontin 1811 and 19; he attacked, 
with a squadron, on the 26th Bept. 16II, near El l^odon, a French Gavalrj Reirt., which had captured 
put of the baggage of the Light Division, and corered the relreat of the 74th, and Ave companies of tho 
00th from Ciudad Rodrigo. Present also at the siege of Badajox and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in 
command of a squadron he attacked, and took prisoners, a company of French Artillery posted in a vlne- 
jaid.near Yalladolid, supporting the enemy's cavalry on 7tb Sept. 1818, during the time the Army was 
•roaalng theDouro; he also repulsed an attack of the enemy's piquetN, making one offlcer and many men 
prlaoners, at Monasterio and in Front of Burgos on 2nd Oct. 1812; and he was continually on outpost 
duly, and almost daily engaged with the enemy's skirmishers, and was slightly wounded in the retreat from 
Bisrgos by the bursting of a shell. Serving the campaign of 1816, with the 8drd Liglit Dragoons, and was pre- 
sent in the actlonsof the 16lh and 17th June, and at the battle of Waterloo, where he succeeded to the com- 
mand of the Regiment and of the Brigade. He has received the War Medal with one Clnsp for Salamanca, 
a M^lor Potter tcrred with the 16th Lancers during the eaini>algn In Afff baniatan under Lord Keane, Indudinf the 
aleye and capture of Gbuanec (Medal). He Mrrrd aUo at the battle of Mahangporc, 0th Dec. 1843 ( Medal) t tnd In tbe 
campalfBoik the SutleJ In 1S48, including the battletof Buddlwal, AUwal (as Aide*de*Camp to Brigadier Cureton), and 
Bobraoa (Medal and ClaqM). 

6 Hon, Capu Monckton served with the 39th throughout the Punjaubcampaign of 1848*0, and was present 
at the passage of the Chenab, and battles of ChilUanwallah (wounded) and Ooojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

7 Captain l>rapcrMTTcd with the 3rd Light Dragoons in the Puqjaub campaign of 1S48-9, and was present at the affair 
of BasBauggvr. tb* passage of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the 1st Dee. 1848 with the foree under Sir Joseph Thsckwell, 
tbe aetion of Sadoolaporc, and battles of ChUlianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

8 Lieut. KftunUe was present with the Uth Lt. Drs. at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 18sa.6 (Medal 
and one CMasp) ; served with the 8rd Lt. Drs. throughout the campalan of lH4i2 In Aflfghanistan (Medal), and 
was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass, capture of Mamoo Khail, storming the heights of Jugdul- 
lack, actions of Tezeen and Uuftkotul, and occupation of Cabool. He served also the SutleJ campaign 
of 1846-6* and was present at the battles of Moodkee (wounded), Perozeshah (wounded), and Sobraon 
(aeverely wounded): Medal and two Clasps. Served in the Punjaubcampaign of 1848-9, and was present 
at the affair of Ramnuggur, the passage of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force 
onder Sir Joseph Thackwell, action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chillianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal 
and two Clasps). 

9 Puymaster MacQueen served with ICih Lancem tliroughout the eampaign of 1688-89 in Afffchanistan, and 
was preseiit at the siege and capture of Ohuznee (Medal). Pie was afterwards present at the battle of Maha- 
raipore on the 28th Dee. 1840 (Medal) ; served also In the SutleJ campaign in 1846, and was present at the 
aAiirof Buddiwal, and battles of AUwal (wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). He was present with t* 
3rd Lt. Drs. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0, Including the aflfhir of Ramnuggur, the posi" 

of the Chenab at Wnxeerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell, actlc 
BadooUpore^and batUef of ChiUJanwallah and Qoojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 



Eut.Anny,l7Jaly54. 
Depot, Brighton. 



89 4^/i ( The Queen's Own) Regt. of Light Dragoons. [ 
'•Talatbra" " Albuhbra" "Salamanca" " Vittoria" "Toulousb" "Pbmiksula" 

V^^>a>„ « APPOHAHI8TAN" « GhUZNBE" " ALMA" " BALAKLAVA' «aNKBRMAK 



Yeaw'SerT. 


58 


Full Half 


Pay, i Pay. 


21 


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21 





16 





16 





17 





8 





9 





6 





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" Sevastopol. 
ColoneL-^y^ Q» Sir George Scovell,* KCB. Adjutant, 6 April ^^l<^^\ ^0 

June 98; LunU. 4 May 00; Capt. 10 March 04; Major, 30 May 11; 

Lieut.'CoL 17 Aug. 12; Col. 27 May 25; Mqjor-Oen. 10 Jfn 37 ; i*.- 

Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Gen. 20 June 54; Col. 4th Light Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47. 
Lieui.-Colonel.'--Lord George Auguatus Fred. Paget,' CB. Come* & f^a 

P25 Jaly 34, Lieut. Pi Dec. 37; Capt. p17 Aug. 41 ; Mi\jor, p 30 Jan. 46; 

Lieut.'Col. P 29 Dec. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. ^ , , «n y^ * » i ^ 

3fa;or.— Alexander Low,' Come*, p 2 Oct. 36 ; Lieut, p 6 July 38; Capt. p 14 

July 43; Brev.'Mqj'. 20 June 54; Mqj. 26 O c t. 54 ; Brev.'Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 54, 

Captains. 
George John Brown^ . . . • 

Robert Portal,^ e 

Thomas Button* 

Henry Smith Adlington^ 
(George Ellis • 



I Hon. Chas. Jas. Keith,' e 

' FienneaWykeiiamMartin**^ 

Chas. A. Gunter Browne 

LlBUTENANTS. 

WiUiam Affleck King ••.. 
George Warwick Hunt*® 

John Clark, R.M 

Henry Jennings,* * a({; . . . 
Edward Lavallin Puxley 
William Winstanley .... 
Fred. Aug. Weatherley .. 
Henry Harold de Bourbel 
Edward WiUiam Blackett 
Cornets. 

Richaxd Topham 

Hon. Fred. George Ellis 

James Roxburgh 

Ld. £.M'D.yane Tempest 



LIEUT. 



CO RNE T. 

VII April 40 i P 14 July 43 
P 17 Jan. 40 P 8 May 45 
P2l June39|P 6 May 42 



Pll Feb. 48 

7 May 47 

15 Feb. 50 

P 12 Apr. 50 

P 13 Dec. 50 

Pll July 51 

P 12 July 51 

21 July 54 

5 Nov. 54 

P24NOV. 54 

P 8 Deo. 54 

30 Mar. 55 

11 May 55 

1 June 55 

27 July 55 

P 2 Aug. 55! 

P 3 Aug. 55 

P 11 Nov. 63 

9 Oct. 55 



6 July 49 
8 May 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
26 Oct. 54 
26 Oct. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

26 Feb. 55 

P 2 Mar. 55 

P 26 June 55 

P 26 June 55 

P 31 Aug. 55 

21 Sept. 55 



CAPTAIN. . IBREV . -MAJ . 



12 Dec. 54 



P30 Jan. 46 
p 9 Jane 46 
P 23 April 52 
26 Oct. 54 
8 Dec 54 
p 25 May 55 
P31 Aug. 55 
P 21 Sept 55 

9 H«M. CaptiJa Keith wrred three 
jean a 
wouDded in 
H. M. 8. 

•saliut the Anb piratet in the rWer 
Aacotha, east eoast of Aftiea, n 
Not. 1647. Serred the Eaitern 
campaign of ISM-M as Aide-de. 
Camp to Sir Ridiard KnglaaAt in. 
elttdiar tlie battle of Inkennaa and 
■lege of Sebaatopol (Medal and 
Claspi). 
IS QoBiter-Master HiU Mrrcd as 
Deputy ProTOit Marshal to the Bombay eoliunn of the 
Army of the Indus during the whole of the time it was 
in the field (from Dee. 18S8 to Feb. 1S40}, and was pre. 
sent at the storm and eaptvre of Ghuanee (Medal), 
serred tlie Bastecn campaign of IS&i^W, Inelnding the 
battles of Alma, BalaklaTa, and Inkennan, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



George Paxton 

PayiiMMfer.— George Thome George,'® 4 May 49 ; Sns. p 6 Sept. 33 ; X^. p 9 Dec. 

A^utant.^Lieui. Henry Jennings," 23 March 56. [36 ; Capt. 17 Jan. 46. 

Quarter'Master.-^ohn HiU," 22 June 49. 

5ttryeon.— Henry Kendall," M.D. 6 Oct. 64; Asiist.-Surff. 16 Dec. 45. 

Aisist.'Surg.-^D&Yid CuUen, M.D. 1 Sept. 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon-'-John Byrne," 14 Dec. 38. 

Blue, Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. C. Hopkinson k Co. 

1 Sir Oeroge Scovell serred the campaign under Sir John Moore, terminating with the battle of 
Corunna, at which he was present as Deputjr-Asfiftant-Quarter-Maiter-Qeneral. Afterward! In the 
Peniusala in the tame department at the head>quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from Feb. 1800 to 
the end of that war in I8U, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal Soult ; 
battles of Talarera, Busaco, and Pnentcs d'Onor ; sieges of Cludad Rodrigo and Bad%jos, battle of 
Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Mive; passage of the Adour. and 
battle of Toulouse. Serred also the campaign of 1815, Including the battle of Waterloo. Sir Qeorge has 
rocelTed the Gold Cross and one Clasp ; and the Sliver War Medal with elglit Clasps. 

i Lord George Paget ^rred the Eastern campaign of 1354-5d in command of the 4th Lt Drs., inelnding 
the battles of Alma, Balaklara and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps): at Inkerman 
he commanded the Brigade of Light Cavalry. 

8 LieuL-Golonel Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854 65, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Uedal and Clasp): at Inkerman he commanded the Regiment. 

4 Mijor Brown served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman (wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Captain Portal served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, and was present at the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

d Captain Hatton served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma and Balaklava 
(severely wounded in both thighs), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Captain Adllngton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(two horses shot under him), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Captain Ellis served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was present at the battle of Alma (Medal and 
Clasp). 

10 Capt. Martin, Lleuts. King and Hunt, Paymaster George, Burgeon Kendall, and Vet. Burgeon Byrne, 
served the Eastern campaign of 1864-5&, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, and siege 
of Sebastopol i Medal and Clasps;. 

11 Lieut. Jennings served the Eutem campaign of 1854-65, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava 
(wounded), and Inksmuio, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). Digitized by ^^ U OQ It: 



1/ 



JBasten Aimr, Joaa 1854. 1 
Dvpotj Outarimry, J 



6th (InnUkHUnji) Regiment ofJDragooM. 



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18 



22 



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13 





12 





10 





9 





7 





7 





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The Castle of Inniskillinr. 
« WATERLOO * « BALAKLAYA'' «« SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL 
Sir GeoTge PownoU Adam8,> KCH. Comet, 5 Oct. 1795 ; Lieut. 12 March 96 2 
Capf. 11 Oct. 97; Mqfor, 5 Feb. 02; Lieut. -Col, 6 Dec. 04; Col. 4 Juno 
- 13; Mqjor^Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Oen. 11 Not. 61 ; 
Col. 6th DnigooDiy26 0ct.40. 

Lieui.-Colonel. 
Henry Dairy mple White,* CB. Comet, p 1 1 May 38 ; Lieut, p 8 Feb. 39 j Capt* 
P 17 May 44 ; Major, p 22 Dec. 48 ; Lt.-CoL 1 Jane 54. 

Mqjor. 
Charleg Cameron Shute,»i. Comet, ^ 19 July 34; Lieut, p 13 May 39; Capt. 
P 6 Mar. 47 ; Major, 1 June 54 ; Breeet Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
Fred. W. J. Fite Wygram* 

ConyeiB Tower* 

Robert George Manley^ 
Edmund D'Arcy Hunt,"#. 
John LaTallin Puxley . , 
German Wheatcroft^. . . . 
Richard Henry Currie • . 
William HickeaSlade".. 
Lieutenants. 

Archibald Weir »fl4; 

Henry Timaon" 

Wm. Sawrey Rawlinson^ 
Nicholas De Jersey LoyoU 
William Stratford Sleigh< 
Edward Finch Dawson^. . 
Alfred Henderson White 
Arthur Finch Dawson^ . . 
Cornets. 

William HalP<> 

T.E. Ander8on,iiR. M. I 

(QJf.8Apr.47.) \ 

Joseph Thomas Wetherall 

Alfred Thompson 

Edw. Picton Baumgarten 

Nathaniel Gould 

WilUamMoule" 




P 28 July 43 
P 7 June 44 
P 9 June 46 
P 29 Oct. 47 
P23NOV.49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 16 April 52 
19 Mar. 47 



P 17 May 44 
P 6 June 46 
P 26 June 47 
;P19 0ct. 49 
P 29 Apr. 53 
:P22Aug.51 
; P 16 July 63 
P23May 48 



21 May 
P 27 May 
P 10 June 
P 20 Sept. 

18 Oct. 
P 16 Sept. 
P 15 July 
P 17 Aug. 



52 1 14 April 64 
53 P 16 Sept. 64 
53 1 6 Oct. 64 
53 P 24 Not. 64 

53 8 Dec. 54 

54 , 8 Dec. 64 
53, P 29 Dec. 54 
54 P 10 Jan. 56 



6 Nov. 54 



captain. 



BftBTBT- 
JfAJOR. 



P22Dec48 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 18 Feb. 53 12 Dec. 64 
P 16 Sept. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 
8Dec 64 
P 19 Jan. 65 
P 9Mar.65 



11 Corn*! And«non serred 
the Eastern campaign of 1864 
wltb the ISth Light Dracoons ; 
was under Are the daj prtvloua 
to Alma, and preaent at the 
batUes of Alma, BalakUra, 
and Inkerman (Medal and 
Claips). 



P 24 Nov. 64 

P 18 Jan. 55 

P 19 Jaa. 56 

16 May 65 

22 June 56 



18 AisItt.-Sorreon Gryllf lerved the Eastern 

impalj ' "" " " 

Alma, 



10 Nov. 54 campalrnof 1664-55, including the battlef of 
a, Inkerman, and Tehemaja, and elage 
and fall of SebaMopol (Medal and Clatpe). 



14 Paymaster Marshall and Vet. -'Surgeon 
Collins eerTed the Eastern campaign of 1854*66, 
including the battles of Balak lava and Inkerman, 
and liege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



Poymo^er.— James Marshall/^ 4 May 56; Or. 'Mr. 14 April 48. 

Adfjutant.-'Lieut. Archibald Weir,<^ 21 May 52. 

Quarter-Master. — John Kirkby Mountain/ 6 June 66. 

Surgeon. — Francis Hastings Baxter," M.D.. 15 Aug. 54; Auxtt.-Surg.W July 46. 

^«fut.-i9ur^.— William Richards Grylls,*^ 7 April 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — ^James Collins/^ 23 June 54. 

' * Scarlet — Facings Y^om.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir George Adams lerred in Ireland during the insurrection in 1808. Also under Lord Lake in the Ba«t 
Indies, where he was actively employed for set eral years. 

S Ucot^Col. 'White serred the Eastern campaign of 1854-56 in command of the Inniskilling Dragooni, 
indodiag the battles of BalaklaTS, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fldl of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps). 

S Ueotw^Colonel Shute served in the 18th Lt. Dragoons with the Field Force employed in the reduction 
ef Knraool, JEast Indies ; served with the 0th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1864-56 (as Assbt Adjutant 
Gcnernl of the Cavalry Division since S9 Nov. 1854), Including the battles of Balaklava, Inkeman, and 
Tehemsya, and siege aud fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Captain Tower served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Balaklava and siege of 
gebaetopoi (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Major Manley, Captain Wheatcroft, Lieuts. Weir, Rawlinson, and Qr.-Master Mountain, aerved the 
"ft ii t e ia cnapnign of 1864-66, including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and 
Ml of 8ebnsto|iol (Medal and Clasps). 

6 OB|rtalns Fits Wygram and Blade, Lts. Tlmson, Sleigh, E. F. Dawson, and A. F. Dawson, Comet 
Monie, aad Surgeon Baxter, were at the battle of the Tchernaya and fUl of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Oapt. Hnnt served with the 9th Lancers in the last Punjaub campaign, and was preseni at the baitlea 
If CMIliaawallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served the Eastern campaign with the 6th Dragoons, 



J the battiM of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fhll of Sebastopol (Medal and 
ClaspaX 

je OoneC Han tenred the Bsflem campaign, Including (he batUe of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol 
'^Wtl aad CUtfp). 

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%joio7ieu 
9 Sir WiUiam Tuyll/ KCH. Cor. 22 Oct. 99; LUuU 18 July 01) CapL 7 
April 04; Major, 20 Not. 06; Lieut.-CoU 18 June 11; Col 27 May 26 ; 
M({jor Gen, 10 Jan. 87; X^- Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Oen* 20 June 64) Col. 7th 
Hussars, 10 Mar. 46. 

Lieid.'Colonel. 
Charles Hagart, Comet, P16 June 32; Lieut, p 12 Aug. 84; Capt. P21 Oot. 
87 ; Mqjor^^lQ Dec. 47; Z^- Col. p 81 Oct. 61 ; Col. 28 Jfov. 64. 

Mqjor. 
James M'Caul Hagart^ Comet , p 26 May 87 ; Lieut, p 16 May 46 ; Capt, p 1 1 
Sept. 46; Mt^or, p 31 Oct. 61. 



Captains. 
Sir Wm. Rossell^JBdtrf . . . 
William Babington .... 
Sir Lydston Newman,JB^. 
William Dascon Bushe . . 

Thomas Pedder* 

Charles Craufurd Fraser. • 

Joseph Trenerry 

Geo. W. Collins Jackson* 

LlBUTBMAlrTS. 

David Philip firoinm .... 

James Aytoun 

Bon. J. De V.T. W.Fiennes 
Frederick Coates ...... 

Frank Garforth 

Musgrave Dyne Briscoe 
Charles William Paulet 

Robert Hale 

Cornets. 
William Henry Seymour 
Wm. Stand. Carr Standish 
Auff. F. Wentworth Gore 
Robt. 8. Wms. Bulkeley 
G. Hayne8(i2-3f.O March 56) 
Richard Newsham Pedder 
George Fred, Ormsby 



COENST. 



P 2 July 41 
Pll Nov. 45 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P 27 Feb. 46 
P 16 April 41 
P 8 Dec. 47 
2 July 47 
p 20 Mar. 



P 9 Feb. 
P 22 Oct. 
P 22 Nov. 
P 17 Jan. 
P 16 Aug. 
P 16 Sept. 
P 21 Nov. 
Pll June 



P 9 July 62 
P 19 Aug. 63 
P 18 Oct. 63 
P 12 May 64 
28 Oct. 65 
P 14 Dec. 66 
P 28 Dec. 66 



P 27 Feb. 46 
P 9 Oct. 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 17 Apr. 47 
2 July 46 
P 14 June 60 
18 June 60 
P 12 June 40 

P 16 Sept. 51 
P 81 Oct. 61 
P 8 June 62 
P 26 July 68 
P 80 Dec. 68 
P21 April 64 
14 Sept. 66 
14 Sept. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



PlOApr. 47 
P 14 June 60 
P 19 July 60 
p 8 June 62 
P 26 July 68 
P21 April 64 
14 Sept. 66 
P 7 June 44 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



Paymo^tfr.— James Barton, 18 April 65 ; JBni. p 13 June 45 ; Lietit, 19 Aug. 50 ; 
Capt. 29 Dec. 54. 

Adiutant.-^Comet George Haynes, 23 Oct. 55 

Quarter-Moiter.'^'Wi John Evans Parry/ 12 Oct. 41 . 

Riding Master. — 

iSfur^6on.— Archibald Alexander, 8 Oct 45; Aseiet.-^Surg, SO Vetr. B64 

AMtiitant»Surgeon.-^Wilhiua Bdgeworth Iijiieh, 14 Dee. 54. 

Veterinary 5ur^«<m»— James Geoige Philips, 28 Aug. 38. 

Blue.'^Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[Returned frotn Canada 19 Dec. 1842.] 

1 8ir Wm.Tvyfl served duriiif part of the oampalgnt of ItOS, 04, and 9B, in the l^etberlonds ; sC 
the Helder, In 1709; and In Portugal, Spain, and Walcheren, in ISOS and 9, as Aide-de-Oamp to tha 
UarqaU of Anglesey. Sir William has received the War Medal with one Olasp for Sabagnn and Benerenle. 

9 Capt Pedder serred with the 58th in Hew Zealand, and was present at the attack and repulse of th« 
enemy on the settlement and stockades of Wanganui 19th Uay 1847, and In the action of the 19th Jalr 
following. 

S Oaptaitt Jackson served in the SatleJ campaign in 1846 with the 10th Laneen^ and was present ctihe 
aflEUrof Bnddiwal, and In the actions of AUwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). 

4 Qaartar-Master Parry serred the.campaign of 181« with the 7th Mnmth.md was BU^hUf wovnded 
in the h«id at the hattie of Waterloo. e^W??8-8f^ "• 



TMun'gwv. 



^'6^'aXI^] ^th{TheKing',B.Iruh)BegtofLt.Dr,{Buu.) '42 

84 Dec n 5 Capt. 16 May SS ^ Ifqfor, SS June SS; JUeut.-cS^ 9 if o»M . 
, CW. » KoT. 41 , M<fior.am. 11 Not. 66; Cd. 8th HmJS, 17U. Norw ' 
ii«rf.-CW<»i«/.-Fwd. Geo. 81ieweU,»CB. Ct^t, p 88 Aiuf. 87 : Lt 6 B^tti . 

Cap*.PS8 Apr.37;Jlf,^or,PS» a444j i#.-Q,I.P19FA 47:'c,i 88^t m' 
Jf«j/<»-.-Bodolph de Salle,' Comrt, p 17 Dec. 80; Ueui. Pi« JumM • citJ* 

P18Jnly88; Jlf<pgr,P19 Peb.47 , 3r»w« Zt-Cbf . 88 lT«r. 64? ' ''*' 

CAPTAIN. |bbBT..JIAJ. 



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Captains. 
Arth.Jai.X0rifKUleea* 
Edward Tomkinson^ ^tf. . 
I Jamet Sadler Kaylor . . • 
George Chetwode* 





























Joseph Reilly.. 

Bdward Seager^ 

Fra. BdmnndMacnagh ten* 
i70n.8.J.G.Ca]thorpe/f«. 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

Edward PhilUps' 

ClementWalkerHeneage>< 

John Pugei' 

Robert Poore 

George Gooch Clowes". . 
WilUamHassendenU.... 
Robert Cooper Sawbridge 
JohnReilly,'3R.M. .. 

CORKBTS. 

Robert Harding/^ A4f, 
I Henry Harrison** .... 

; James Baker 

i Peter Charles G. Webster 
, Horace Montaga ..... 

Arthur Codner Haymes 
' Gumey Hanbury 



CORNET. 



P17 8€pt.38 
PIS May 48 
17 July 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 26 Apr. 88 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P27 0ct. 46 
P 28 May 48 

P 11 July 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 12 Sept. 48 

6 Dee. 51 
P 11 Mar. 58 
P 10 June 58 
P 28 July 54 

8 Sept. 54 

26 Oct. 54 

6 Not. 54 

P 18 Not. 58 

P 2 Feb. 55 

P 13 Feb. 55 



LIBUT. 



P 5 Mar. 41 
P 12 Apr. 44 
P 22 Jaly 45 
P 10 Mar. 48 
27 Mar. 34 
20 June 48 
P2d May 48 



1*28 Jan. 46 
P 27 June 51 
«» 4 Feb. 58 
P24Feb. 54 

8 Sept 54 
26 Oct. 54 

8 Dee. 54 



P2dMay 51 P14 8ept.55 



P 24 Feb. 54 
8 Sept. 54 

P 14 Oct. 51 
19 Jan. 55 
19 Jan. 55 
19 Jao. 55 

P 10 Aug. 55 
14 Sept. 55 



12 Dee. 54 



ft Not. 55 



^ IS UMt BsUljr Mrted the 
Eastern etinpalf n of 1SS4 wltk 
thd4th Lt. Drafooni, inelvding 
th« battlM of th« Alms, Bs- 
IsklETs (hono rMoivod thrte 
wouDds), and Inkorman (Madal 
asd Claspt). 

14 Comett Hardinfand Har- 
ritoa, Paymaatcr Dobsrl]r*Qr.. 



Matter LaM, and Yct-Surgson 
Qnj, Mrved the Baitera cam** 

battlM of Alma, Salaklara and InkarSiaB, 
and siego of Sebattopol (Medal and Olane). 
1ft Sarteon Loekwood Mrvad the faittni 



campaign of 1854^, tadudlnf the baitlee of 
P 16 Mar. 66 (Medal and Cla«pc). ' 

P 17 Aug. 55 



Paymaster.^BenTj Daberly," 1 2 Nor. 47 ; Mm, p 28 Sept. 80 s Xf . 15 April 42. 

il4;trfon*.—Com«# Robert Harding," 26 Oct. 54. *- ' * • 

Quarter- Afa«^ar.— Henry Fletcher Lane/^ 17 March 54. 

Surgean.^AvLg. Purefoy Loekwood," 21 Sept. 52; A$Biit,^8nrg. 17 Sept. 41, 

AsgiHanUSurg€on,'--^ohTL Wild Hulseberg, 14 Dec. 54. 

Veterinary Stargeon.-^BdwKrd Simpson Grey,* 24 April, 48. 

BlvLe.^^AgentSf Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Lord Laean cerred tbe campaign of 18S8 on tbe Staff of the Ruwian Armt la Bulgaria rRttniaB War 
Medal and Commander of St. Anae of RuisU). Oommanded the Cavalry Divlaion throachoot the Baateni 
eanpaign of 1864, including the battles of Alma, Balaklara (wounded), and lafcerman. and itore of 
SdMgtopol (Medal and Claape). * ^' * 

S Colonel Shewell served the Eastern campaign of 1864.SS in command of the 8th Hunars. indudina tho 
batUca of Alma, Balaklara, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

SLt.-CoL de SaUs served the Eastern campaign of 1864-ftft, includlne the battles of Alma. BslakUva. 
aad Inlberman, and siege of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kortch (Medaf and Clasp). ^ 

4 Captein Tomklnson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the batttes of Alma. BalaUava 
(kona kmod andar him^ and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Lofd Kllleen and Lieut. Paget served on the expedition to Kerteh, and at the slegs of SabSitopot 
(Hedal aad Clasp). 

i f Mi^or Calthorpe served the Eastern campaign of 1804-50 as Alde-de-Camp to Lord Raglan. laolodinc 
the battle* of tha Alma, BalaUava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Oaptaiaa Chetwode and Macnaghten served the Eastern campaign of 1804.06, iaoladlnc tht battles of 
Alma, Balaklara, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). •"«"""» «• "«"« <>' 

7 Captain Soager served the Eastern campaign of 1804, including the batUes of Alma. BalaUava /wonndad). 
•ad Ink«rmaa, and slega of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). -, «u»«va iwoanaaa;^ 

9 Ltottt. PhUUps served the Eastern campaign of 1864-60, including the battles of BalaUava (hone shot> 
aad Inkermaa, aad siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Olatps). 

10 Ucttt. Heneage served tbe Eastern Campaign of 1804-06, including the battles of Alma. BalaUava. and 
lakcrmaii. aiof e of Sebastopol, and expedliion to Kerteh (Medal and Clasps). -^-t., •«» 

n Ueal. Clowes served the Eastern campaign of 1804, Indnding the battles of Alma and Balaklava. 
«ad siege of Sabastopol, was wounded aad taken pfisoner, and hone shot, at the battte of Balaklava (Medal 
■BdCiaepa). 

li Uettt. Mossenden served the Eastern campaign of 1604-00, incladiag the batUct of Alma, BdaUata 
Cwse ahot)^ and Inkennan, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). Digitized by V^ OUQlC 



Years' Serv. 



01 



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P«7. 



Half 
Paj. 



43 [i?dtriVjW4L]9^A(5n%«^ [SSbaiLh. 

Th« Royal Cypher within the Garter. 
"PENINSULA" "PUNNIAB" "SOBRAON" "PUNJAUB" 
*«CHILLIANWALLAH" "GOOJERAT." 
Col.—^ «B Jas. Wallace Sleigh/CB. Cor. Feb.95; Lt. 29 Apr. 96; Capt 25 

Oct. 98; Mqf.l^ June 05; X^.-Co;.14Dec.09; Co/. 12 Aug. 19 ;lf^'. Gen. 22 

July80;X<.-O«n.2dNoy.4]; Gen. 20 June 54; Co/. 9th Lancers, 24 Aug. 30. 
Lieut.'ColoneU,^Hmes Hope Grant/ CB. Comet, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 26 

Feb. 28 ; Capt. p 29 May 85 ; Mqfor, 22 Apr. 42 ; Brev.^Lt.-Col. 7 June 49; 

Lt.-Col. 29 Apr. 60 ; Col 28 No?. 64. 
Archibald LitUe,^ Conte^, p4 Oct. 31; Lieut. PSl Aug. 32; Capt. P24 Feb. 

37 ; Mqjor, 5 April 50 ; Lt.- CoL 20 June 54. 
Fred. Charles Griffiths, Corned, p 17 June 24; Lt. 16 Feb. 26; Capt. p5 April, 

31 ; Major, P28 Oct. 37 ; Lieut.- Col. 3 May 39 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
dfqjort.^ John Rose Holden Rose,' Comet, p 19 July 31 ; LietU, p 11 Jan. 33 ; 

Capt. P29 April42 ; Major, 20 June 64. 
Henry Aime Oujtj* Ensign, p 17 Oct. 33 ; X/. p 4 Sept. 35 ; Capt. P 2 May 

45 ; Mqjor, P 22 Sept. 54. 



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CXVTAIVS. 

Hon. Charles Powys* 
Edward James Pratt^ 
Robert Abercromby Yule** 
William Drysdale^ .... 
Oct.HenrvSt.Geo. Anson *"' 
Wm.Well.W. Humbley* 

Aug. Fred. Steele" 

Josias RogersJohn Coles^ 
Chardin Philip Johnson 
AnthonyMoUoyFawcett" 



CORNBT. 



LIEUT. 



P28 Feb. 34 

14 Feb. 28 

P 3 July 36 

P 29 Dec. 35 

27 Not. 35 

27 Mar. 36 

P 18 Not. 41 

P 2 Sept. 86 

P 14 Mar. 45 

P 16 Apr. 62 



Lieutenants. 
Wm. Hamilton,*^ A4f. . . 29 April 42 23 Oct, 45 
Lucius John French^ .... p 13 Dec. 42 28 Apr. 46 

JohnHead^ p 15 Dec. 40 19 Noy, 42 

Henry Andrew Sarel^ . . p 13 July 47 p 15 Dec. 48 

Frederick Ellis 2a P 13 Aug. 47 p 2 Oct. 49 

A. Eastfield Wilkinson » Pll Feb. 48 P18 Jan. 50 

HenryScott p 12 May 48 p 22 Feb. 50, 

Richard Shaw, R. M 3 Apr. 46 6 Apr. 60 

John George Willis .... p 15 Mar. 60 p27 Feb. 52 
Henry Holden Steward.. p12 Apr. 60 Pll June 52 
Charles David Rich .... p 17 June 61 p23 Dec. 63 

Robert Mills^^ 8 Oct. 60 20 June 54 

Fra. Richard Chas. Grant p 16 Sept. 61 p 23 June 64 
Wm. Cracroft Gordon .. p 13 Feb. 62 p 1 Dec. 64 
Roger Dawson Upton'* . . p 23 Jan. 52 p 12 Oct: 64 
Charles John Heaton Ellis p16 Apr. 62 6 July 55 
Henry Lavington Payne p 9 July 62 ^ 14 Sept. c)6 
Alfred Stowell Jones .... p 9 July 52 21 Sept. 55 

Robert Blair p 16 Dec. 63 p 2 Nor. 56 

Cornets. 

James Goldie p 14 July 64 

Walter Blachford Gifford 2 Oct. 65 

William Tomkyns p 23 Oct. 65 

I I 

Paymaster.-^Tho. Hanson Ratcliff, 3 Sept. 47 ; JEne. 3 Apr. 40 : Lf. p16 Aug. 42. 
A cfjutant.^Lieut. William Hamilton," 29 April, 42. 
Quarter-Master.—VeieT House,»« 12 Nov. 62. 

5wyc(m. -Rob. JoyntGordouGrant,"2 Jul.41; il.-^. 14 Feb. 28; H.-A . 7 Sep. 26. 
A8Sistani-Surgeon.-^ohn James Clifford, MD. 7 Aug. 46. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— mch^rd, John Gedaliah Hurford," 17 July, 35. 

Blue— iJVictn^i Scarlet.— ^^cn^, George Samuel Collyer, Esq. 

lfllh^'J'*L%ll ;SJ«*Ih n!?"?^" *? '7^»«i'*.*'»*' '^"*»"« *» North Holland and the Helder, 10th aad 
wSa^''t5it,S tS Mni^5wl?S?\K^" ^^ Penlniulain 1811 and 12. Commanded the llth Dragoons at 
J^^Sii M!^^i?o„??*®T ®i.'''"^5 the command of the 4th Brigade deTolred on him. In 181tt he ao- 
V^^^^S^^wlrV^^Jt^^^^TJ^''^'^ the Caralry division at the stegeofBhartporetn 18<6*6. 
He haf rwelred the War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. Digitized by KjKJ^^ VC 



P 1 July 36 

p 20 Jan. 32 

P 26 May 37 

P 31 Aug. 38 

8 Dec. 88 

15 Dec. 38 

17 Mar. 43 

P 22 Mar. 

P 14 April 46 

P 28 Jan. 53 



CAPTAIN. 



P 13 July 47 

20 Sept. 44 

P 2 July 47 

P 29 Oct. 47 

P 19 Oct. 49 

29 AprU 50 

P24May 50 

P 19 Mar. 47 

P 19 April 50 

12 Jan. 66 



BKBT.-MAJ. 



7 June 49 
7 June 49 



9th {The Queen's Royal) Regt. ofLL Drs. {Lancers). 48a 

t Lt.-Col. Grant Mnred in China (Medal) u Biifade- Major to Lord Saltovn, and was prrarat at tbo a«unlt and eaptato 
•f Cbia Kiaag Feo, and at tlie landlnc before Naaliln. He lerved with the 9th Lanecra at Sobmon (Medal) In 1840 ; ami he 
coonnaadcd the Kegiment during the grrater part of the campaign in the Ponjaub in 16M-9, including the passage of the 
Cbcaab at Bamnuggur, and battle of ChilUanwallah : be was also prrsrnt at the battle of Goojprat ( Medal and Cla»p«). 

a Major Boae served with the Srd Light Dragoons throughout the eampaign of 1849 In AirgbanUlin ( Medal) i eom* 
■andcd a half squadron at the fbrelng of the Khyber Pass, and was also at the storming the heights of Jugdnllnek* 
action at Teaeen and Huft Kotul, reUrr of Jellalabsd, and re-capture of Cabool. At the baUle of Punnlar, atar 
Gwallor, eooniaaded the left squadron of the 9th Lane. (Medal). He was also at Sobracn (Medal) In 1848 1 and 
in tba eampaign of 1848-9 in the Puqjaub, Ineladlng the passage of the Chenab at Eamnnggur, and battici of Chil- 
Uanwallah and Goojerat (Medal and aasps>. 

4 Major Oarry served the Puujaub campaign of 1848-9, with the Srd Light Dragoons, and eommandad a squadMm 
at the affair of Ramnuggur (horse shot under him); the passage of the Chenab at Wuxeerabad on the 1st Dee. 1848, with 
the Carec under Sir Joseph ThaekwcU i and at the action of Sadoolapore, and battles of ChilUanwallah and Oeojerat 
(Medal aaad two Clasps). 

5 The Hon. Capt. Powyi, prior to entering the army, serred five years and three months In the Rojsl 
Xary, and was presentin H.H .8. Blondet at the taking of the Morea Castle, in the Qiilf of Lepanto, in 1688. 
He serred with the 9th Lancers In the campaign of 1848-9 In the Punjaub, including the passage of the 
Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Cbillianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Lt-CoL Little. Capt. Humbley, Lta. French and Head, served in the eampaign on the SntlcJ in 1848. and were pre. 
sent at the battle of Sobnon (Medal). Llcuts. French and King served in the Punjanb eampaign of 18«>9, inrtuJing 
the pasaagc of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of ChilUanwallah and Gocjerat ( Medal and Clasps). 

7 Major Pratt served with Ae 16th Lancers in the campaign In Aiq^hanistan, under Lord Keane In 1899 and 48, and waa 
pretest at the assault and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Volunteered with the squadron detached under Brigadier Cureten 
in advance of the army, to seixe the enemy's guns, and secure poss es sion of the citadel of Cabul bi August 1839. which waa 
aceeaplisbed. Appointed Major of Brigade with the army of reserve in 1849 and 43. Served as Asst.-AdJt..Oen. to the 
Cavalry Division with the army of Gwallor under Lord Oongh in 1848-44, and was present at the battle of Mahar^Jpoie 
( Medal) ; and again in the same, capacity In the Poqjaub campaign of 1848-9 \ was present at the cavalry action at Ram. 
nuggar Had Nov., the passage of the Chcoab with the fbree under Sir Joseph Tbaekwellat Wuseerabad 1st Dtfe. 1848 ; 
and at the snbecqneat battles of ChilUanwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Capmia Steele served in the 98th Regt, with the expedition to the North of China In 1849 (Medal), and was present 
at the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. 

9 Captain Drysdale served with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign in Affjrhanistan under 
Lord Keane, and was present at the siege and captuie of Ohuxnee (Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers 
in the action at Punniar, SQih Dec. 48 (Medal); in the SutleJ campaign and battle of Sobraon in ]84fl 
(Medal); and in the Punjaub eampaign of lS4d.9, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and 
battles of Chillianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

II. Captain Fawcett sorred the Eastern campaign of 1854-66 witb the 60th Regt., including the batUes of 
Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Mcdsl and Clasps). 

14 Captain Anson and Lieut. Hamilton, served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar (Medal) t the earn, 
palgn ea the SutH to 1848. including the battte of Sobraon (Medal); and In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, in. 
clodtaag the paaaage of the Chenab at Ramnnggur, and battles of Cbilliaiiwallah and Goojtrat ( Medal and Clasps). 

18 Mr. Hurford serred with the I6th Lancers during the campaign in AfTglianistnn under Lord Kennr, 
Inrlodlng the siege and capture of Ohusnee (Medal). He was also In the action ai Mnliarajpore, tMHh Tiw. 
1S4S (Medal); and aflcrwaids at Sobraon (Medal). He served also with the 9th Lancers at the passage of 
the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and (}ooJerat (Medal and Clasps). 

19 Burgeon Grant served with the 16th Lancers at the battle of Sobraon (Medal); and with the 9th Lancers 
in the last Pvi^aub campaign, including Uiepaasage of tlie Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battle of Chillianwal- 
lah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

90 Jf^Jor Yule served in the 16th Lancers during the campaign in AfQchanistaa under Lord Keane, and 
was present at the siege and capture of Ghusnee (Medal). Also the campaign on the SutleJ in 1846 (Medal); 
iaelttdhigthe battles of Bnddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. He served during the latter part of the Punjaub 
^mjiff^ of 1848-9, as MsJ. of Brig, to the 2nd Cav. Brig., and was present at the passage of the Chenab at 
Raanngsiir, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

91 LL Upton served with a detachment of the 1st West India Regiment at the storm and capture of the 
stranffly Blockaded town of Sabsjee on the GambU, in June 1868. 

99 Ueuts. Bare!, Rtlfs. and Wilkinson served with the 9th Lancers In the last Punjaub campaign and were 
prasent In the battles of Chillianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

94 Liest. Mnis served with the 9tb Lancers in the Sntlej eampaign of 184^.6, and was present In the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also the Pm^aub campaign of 1848-9, ineluding the Passage of the Chenab, and battiea of Chillianwallah and 
Ooflferat C Medal and Claspa) . 

S& CapL Cole« served with the 4th Light Dragoons In the eampaign under Lord Keane In Selnde and AfllgbaBistaa in 
I8M-9, and was present at the takhig of Ghuniee( Medal). . . .^ . « 

98 Qnarter-Master House served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar (Medal); the SuUeJ cam- 
paign of 1840, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal); and in the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-9, including 
the pMsage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal andaaaps). 



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**PBNINSULA" "WATERLOO" "SEVASTOPOL." 
Co/.— 9 H.Beauchamp, Earl Beauchamp,* Car, 9 July 03; Lt. 24 May 04; Capt. 

16 Jan. 07 ; Mqf, 14 May 12 ; U.-Col 18 Jane 15; CoZ.24 Mar. 22; Maj.-Qen, 

10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Qm. 9 Nov. 46 ; Gm. 20 June 54; Col. 10th Huss. 23 Jane 43. 
X#.-Q»ii.— Wm. Pariby, Cor. P3 Oct. 16; Lt. p6 May 24; Capt. p19 Sept. 26; 

J}r.-itf(i;.23N0Y.41; Jlfai.P26Sept.46; X/.-Co2.PdOJan.46; Co2.20Jane64. 
John Wilkk, Comet, Pll May 38; Limt. p20 May 40; Capt. p17 May 44; 

Mi^or, P27 Feb. 62 ; Lieut.- Col. p 10 Feb. 64. 
Uajors.'^Broadley Harrison, Comet, Pll Oct. 39; Lieut, p 7 Sept. 41 ; Capt. 

P 7 June 44; 3f^'or P 6 Not. 62. 
Lord George Augustus Beauclerk, Cor. p28 Aug. 38; X^ p6 Feb. 41; Capt. 

P6 Dec. 44 ; Mqjor, p 10 Feb. 64. 



Captains. 
William Murray.... 

Hon. F.C.O. FitzClarence 
Robert Charles Holmes . . 
Richard Playne Smith .. 
JohnWycUffeThompson^f. 
James CowelP ........ 

Arthur John Loftus .... 

John Walrond Clarke . . 
Butler Mildmay Giveen 
Charles Potts Rosser, t . • . 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Theodore Wirgman, R.M. 
Benjamin Aylett Branfill 
Randall Wilmer Hatfeild 
Theodore Williams .... 

Bdward Stacey 

Henry Alexander 

John R. Cuthbert, At^. • • 
Tho. Manners Townley, «. 
Arthur Herbert Cass .... 
Arthur Edward Benson . . 
Dundas Reinhardt Gill . . 
William OUver Bird .... 
Jm» John Neil Buchanan 
George Silrester Davies 

Edward Levett 

John Hudson 

Charles Hill Uniacke .. 
Aug. Alfred de Bourbel. . 
S^rdney Vyse 

CORNBT. 

WailamMayue 



COBNBT. 



P Mar. 38 
22 April 42 
P20 Nov. 40 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P22NOV.44 
P 18 July 34 
P16 Dec. 40 
P 20 Mar. 46 
4 Apr. 46 
P 8 Jan. 41 

P29 Not. 44 
6 Apr. 46 
PIO Apr. 47 
P 8 Apr. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 8 Sept. 47 
PIO Dec. 47 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P12Mar. 62 
P 9 July 62 
P 16 Dec. 48 
PIO June 63 
P 18 Oct. 63 
P17 Aug. 62 
P 13 Dec. 63 
P 27 Jan. 64 
P 17 Mar. 64 
P 8 Sept. 64 

P 12 May 64 



LIBUT. 



P 20 May 40 p 6 Nov. 46 

P23May 46? 12 Apr. 60 

P 12 Apr. 44 P 6 June 61 

P 8 Apr. 46 P 27 Feb. 62 

P 3 Apr. 46 P 6 Nov. 62 12 Dec. 64 

P 17 Mar. 37 p 9 June 48 

3 May 44 p 13 Dec. 63 
P 1 Dec. 46 P 10 Feb. 64 
Pll June 47 P24Mar. 64 

8 Apr. 46 26 June 66 



3 Apr. 46 

PIO Dec. 47 

P 4 May 49 

P26Jan. 60 

P 12 Apr. 60 

P 6 Dec. 60 

P 6 June 61 

P 8 Aug. 61 

P 6 Not. 62 

PIO June 63 

P 1 July 63 

P 27 Aug. 62 

P 8 Sept. 64 

26 June 66 

6 June 64 

P21 Sept. 66 

23 Oct. 66 

23 Oct. 66 

P 7 Dee. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



4 Major Thompvon sevred the 
Rastcrn eAnpftifn of 18M m D.A. 
Q.M.O. to tbo foeond DivUton, In. 
•Ittdinf the iMttto of tb« Alma 
(seTcro euntiuioa from th« •pUacer 
of a sbeUX rapuke of the RHMiaa 
atUek by the Sod Division on tbe 
f6eh 0et„ battle or Inliernun (for 
wbicb be received brevet rank ai 
Major, and bad bit horie wonnded) 
and tiege of SabastopoL 

5 Captain Cowell aerrtd with 
the 8ra Light Dra^oona tkronrh- 
out the eaaapain of 1849 in Aff- 
ghaniatan (Modal), andwna preaeat 
at the forcing of thn Kbrber 
Paaa, e^ture of Mamoo Khail, 
atorminf the heif htaof Jocdulluck, 
actiona of Teseen and Him Kotnl, 
and occupation of Cabool. He waa 
preaent aa Aide-de-Camp f o Sir Jo> 
aepb Thaekwdl in the action of Ma. 
haraiporo oa the S9ch Bm. 1843 
(Medal). He alao curved the Bntlcj 
caapaifn of 184A-6, ladadinir the 
batdea of Hoodhee. Fwoaeahah 
(charger hiUed), and 0obmon : Me- 
dal and tiro Claapa. Toirarda the 
eloae of the Bntl^ campaign he 
oiBciated aa Depnty-Aaaiatant <^.- 
Maattff-Gottcnl of the Cavalrx Di- 



Paywuu^er.— Richard John Elrington, 2 Feb. 44 ; Ens. p24 March 38 j Lieut. 

A4futant.-'Lieut. John Rawlinson Cuthbert, 26 Oct. 66. [p29 May 39. 

Quarter^Master. — John Fenn, 19 May, 46. 

Surgeon.— ThomtLB Fraser, M.D., 9 March 65; Aatiet.-Surg. 16 Dec. 46. 

Assietant-Surgeon. — Lucas George Hooper, 28 April 64. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — John Barker, 27 July 66, 

Blue. — Agents, MeBsrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lord Beanchamp aerved in the Penincala with the 16th Dragoona. from Mareh 1809 to Sept 1910, and again from Feb. 
1814 to the end of that war. Including the eaptnre of Oporto, battle of TaUvcr^ and paaaage of the Coa. Severely wounded 
In the neck, SSth Ang. 1810, in Maaaena'a advance to the battieof Biuaeo, He baa received the War Medal with one 
Claap Snr Talavera. 



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"SlpSrifclb'SH^ 1 IKA ipr Prince Alberft Own) Begt. tffOuwu 46 

Tb< »ghhM ^ wiUi Um wor<«, "EGYPT" "SALAMANCA," "PENINSULA," "WATERLOO" "BHUET- 
ZriTI — PORB"*'ALMA""BALAKLAVA""INK»RMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 



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CoJonei.— 9 flSi Henry Wyodham,! ^?w. 37 March 06; Capt, 6 Jane 00* 

if<{;0r,9 Aag.l3; Xtfu^- Co^ 20 Jan. 14; Co/. 27 May 96; Mt(jor-Qen. 

lOJan.37; X^-67en.0Nov.46; Gen.20June54; Co/. 11th Hub. 19 Nor. 47. 
/rt«i^.-Co/.— John DouglaB,«CB. Bnt. ^18 June 28; U. p8/> Oct. 33; Capt. 

p 11 May 39 j Brm>ft-Mqjor, 11 ITot. 61 ; 3f«(|ori P 24 Pec. k% j ^.teut^Coi. 

20 Jane 64. 
Jfi^'or.— Edmund Peel,' J?iw. p }8 Mar. 36 ; LUui. p 1 7 July 40 ; Capt, f • JTer. 

46; Jtf4;or, 20 June 64; Breoet Lt.^CoL 12 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 
William Foater .... 
Tho«. Yorke Dallas Yorke 
Edwin Adolphua Cook ^ 

James Miller < 

John Inglis 

H. AsUey Trerelyan^ • • 
Edward Fellowes," i. • . . 
CoJenOoe Bob. Yanatttan* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

R. B. B. Dongate, B,M, 
Roger Palmer^*^ ........ 

Georg0 Ashby Haddock 
ArthurLy ttleton A nnesley 

Edward Harnett^* 

George Harrington Price' 
Jn.Yate8,i*a4;.Q.tf.6Jui762 
Edward Cludde Cockburn 
Geo. Edw. Bayly Potts. . 

CORNBTS. 

T.R.Silver*» 

PeorgeBuU'^ 

Henry Fraser Dimsdale 
Robert Arthur Brooke . . 
Henry John Wilkin/' .. 
As*i$t,-Burg., 18 Jaa. AS 

William Cuninghame . . 



CORNBT. 



P 6 Dec. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P30Mar.4? 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 19 Oct. 40 
P17 Oct. 61 
P 23 April 39 
Pl7Aag.62 

P IB July 6] 
P 22 Jan. 53 
P22 April 58 
P 21 July 64 

P 2 June 48 
P 17 May 60 

22 Sept. 64 
P27 Oct. 64 
P 17 Nov. 64 

6 Nov. 64 

P 16 Deo. 64 

11 Jan. 66 

P 12 Jan. 66 

2 Feb. 66 



LIEUT. 



28 Dec. 65 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Aug. 48 
P 14 June 60 
P31 Dee. 63 
P 30 Sept. 63 
20 Sept. 64 
8 Dec 64 
P 6 Dee. 50 
P21 Dee. 66 



BRBV.-ICAJ. 



12 Pec. U 



12 Dm. 64 



P 26 Sept. 46 
P21 Apr. 46 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 14 June 60 
P 30 May 61 
P 16 Feb. 63 
P 29 April 42 
P 30 Sept. 63 

80Jona64 

4 Sept. 64 

23 Nov. 54 

8 Dee. 64 

14 Oct. 61 

M% Mar &a H Ub^^ Hwoett tad PHes 
lo MMT. oa ^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^f j^ 

20 Dec. 66 But«ra eainpaifn of 18U, ta- 
P 21 Dec. 65 dndiur th« lMtU« of TdMrnaja 
P 28 Dec. 66 wdfioceof Sebasiopol (ICedtl). 

IS Cornet Silrer fcrred the Battarn esrapalfn 
of 18M, includlae th« aflhlr of Bulgantk tad 
bttUt of Almt (ICvdal tad CUwp). 

IS Cornet Wilkin. Suntea CroMe, and Vtt. 
Surgeon Oloag larved the Baetem cainptiffn of 
18&4-5ft, incluainf theaflkir of Baliauak. bet- 
tlo« of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tcher- 
naya, and siega ot Bebastopol (Medal tad 
Claape}. 



Paynwrter.— Joseph Hely,»* 1 Dee. 48 ; Sm, 16 Feb. 30; LUui, 11 Nov. 45. 



AtffiUawt.-'Limit. John Yates,* 22 Sept. 64. 



Q«ar/er-Afa«ier.— Henry Kauntse,*^ 1 April 53. 

5ttr^«m.— John Burton St. Croix Crosse," 16 June 48 ; AnUt.^Surg, 9 Oet. 40. 
/l«m<-iStir^eim.— Ormsby Bowen Miller,^* 28 March 64. 
[Veterinary Surgeon.-^ ohn William Gloag," 29 June 3?. 
Blue.— ilaenf#, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 General WTPdham aerred the Peninsular campaigns of ISUS, 9, II, and 18, Jneludliif the 
acUoBs of Boleta, Vlmlera, Benevente, Albuhera, Usagre, Morales de Toro, Vlttorla, »»aj"«/y »"•"•••: 
Scrred also the campaign of 1815, and was severelj wounded at Waterloo. He haa recelTed the War Meeai 
with four Clasps for Rolei a, Vimlera, Albuhera, and Vlttorla. ii..^.,. i„ 

9 Lleuu-Col. Douglas served the Eastern campaign of 1804-65 In command of the 11th Huaaara^. 
cladliie ih« aflSUr of Bulganak, battles of Alma, BalaUava, and Inkermao, and sitf • of Bebastopol (Medal 

"t LieuU^GoloBel Peel serred the Btstern etmptira of 185i-55. Inoludiag the affWr of Bulganak, battle 
of Alma and Tchemaja, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). * « ._ w i^*n^ ../ 

SMtJorCook serred the Bastem campaighof 185465, Including the ^Meoi BulftBtk, bttUta of 
Alma, Balaklara (woonded), and Inkerman, and alege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clamg. 

7 Capt. Trerelyan serred the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the affclr of Bulgaaak, battles of 
Alma and Balakiava (wounded), and aiege ol Sebastopol (Medal and Claws). ^ , _, , . ... ... 

8 Mijor Pellowes served the Eastern cibnpalgo of 1854-55 as D. A. Q. rf/O. Cavalry ^JTW^iI"^*"'";! 
the aAlra of Bulganak and Mackensle's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchefnaya,and 
shae of Sebasiopol (Medal and Clasps). ^ _ . . „ , . i^mi^ .# 

Tc^c Vansittort served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the affair of Bulganak, battlea of 
Alma and Tch^rBaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Mi'dal and Clasps). ^ ,c«^ .« . i-^ii— «k.. .^ki. 

10 Lieuts. Palmer, Yates, and Comet Bull served the EasUrn campaign of |^^> /"^'l*^*** *■• •**' 
or Balganak, battles of Aima, Balaklava, and Inkerman. and siege of Sebastoool (Medal and Cl^W- 

14 fiymaier Hely served as a Captain In the 1 st Uiioeri of the late Anglo-Spanish Legion, In IWW and M, 

and waa engaged at the - "• ^ 1—^ --».u. ,..-,.-... ««,io/»»,«rrt..t M.ndMnr.Aiua. 

and beifhuof Arlabaa 

on tiie S8th Maj, and commanded t 

the lines when Alia was attacked ; (ofcetner wiui wu^^mm*, ••»»..•»•. •-/•j"'-- .".-."__._ n*-dai and 

Baetcm campaign ta Paymaater 11th Basaara, Including the battlea of Balaklava and Inkerman ^eeai ana 

^ w'S^.-Mtrter Ktnntze aevved with the Uth Husatra at the »»•«•»'" ,«*P*i'f/'A^'{2^J^ battS^if 
rsCcdal and one Clasp). Also the Eastern campalRU of 1854-55, including the affair of Bulganak, batUea of 
Alma, Balaktava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 0»H»). ,^4,8* i«>i. tf i f »g the 

M AaalaL^rgeon Miller aerved with the J7lhjtegt- tbeEastem camp^^^ 
battlct ef Aina and Inkarmao, and alege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claaps). (^ 




46 12^/i (Prince of WaW8)RoyalRegt of Lancers. 



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Full 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay, 



[■ 



-Bmb. for Foreign Serf. July 
1851. Eastern Army. 
_ Depot, Maldfttone. 
The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT » «'PENIN8ULA.»' " WATERLOO" •• SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel.— "9 Sir Henry John Cnmming/ KCH. Cornet^ 12 May 1790 \ LU 

9 Feb. 93 ; CapU 21 Feb. 94 ; MqjoTy 25 Oct. 98 ; Lieut-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ; 

Col. 1 Jan. 12; Mqjor-Oen. 4 June 14; Lieta.^Gen. 22 July 30; Oen. 9 

Nov. 46 ; Col. 12th Lancers, 20 Jan. 37. 
Lt.'Cole.—EdwBid Pole,* Comet, p1 July 26; i*. PlOSept. 26; Capt.viS 

Nov. 31 ; Major, 30 July 44; I/ieut.-Col. P30 March 47 ; Col. 28 Not. 54. 
Wm. Heathcote Tottenham,' Comet, p 13 Dec. 33 ; Lt. p 23 Oct. 35 ; Capt, p 7 

July 43 ; Mqj. P 22 Feb. 60 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 28 May 63 • Lt.-CoL 29 July 63. 
Mqjors.—DsLYid Arthur Monro/ Comet, i> 29 Dec. 38 ; Xf. PI June 41 : Capt. 
. P 1 May 46 ; Major, 29 July 63. 
Lawrence Fyler,* Ens. p7 Sept. 26; Lieut. PlO July28; Capt. p7 Feb. 84; 

Brev.'Major, 19 June 46; Mgjor,^! April 48 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 20 June 64. 



Captains. 
Thomas G. Alex. Cakes' 
£dw. Burgoyne Gureton^ 
J.De Montmorency Prior * 

George Home 

Geo.Cha. Selwyn Durant^ 
Chandos Fred. Clifton* 
John Kincaid Lennox ^ 
Robt. HerbertHeath Jary ^ 
Adolph. Ulick Wombwell 
Henry Elmhirst Reader ^^ 

LiBUTBNANTB. 

George Thomas Gough '* 
John Edward Swindley ^* 

Andrew Gammell 

Ralph Shelton Bond >« . . 

Valentine Baker *' 

Thos. Heathcote Stisted^^ 

Robert Hodgson*' 

Charles Joseph Harford . . 
Fred. William Goldfrap . . 
Augustus Barton White . . 
Jeremiah Hancocke .... 

Thomas Penton *" 

Edward Brown/ A^j. . . 
Alexander Fletcher .... 
Robert Edward Roe .... 
Francis Theophilus Blunt 

Cyril White 

Arthur Murray, R. M. . . 
Fitzbardinge Jones 

COBNBTS. 



CORNBT. 



P 16 Jan. 46 

21 June 39 
31 Dec. 41 

P 19 Jane 36 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P31 May 44 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P19 Aug. 62 
24 Not. 43 

4 Apr. 46 
16 Jan. 47 

16 Apr. 46 
P 11 July 61 
P 1 Aug. 48 

3 Apr. 46 

20 Dec. 44 

P 16 Jan. 46 

P24 Dec. 47 

22 Dec. 48 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 16 Nov. 41 

24 Aug. 62 
P21 Sept. 62 
P 13 May 53 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 14 Sept. 64 

17 June 63 
P 16 Sept. 64 



LIBUT. 



P 3 Sept. 47 

19 Dec. 43 

30 Apr. 46 

P 28 Aug. 38 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 29 Oct. 47 

P 27 Dec. 60 

P26 Apr. 61 

P23 Dec. 63 

Aug. 46 

P 9 June 48 

22 Dec. 60 
P 4 Apr. 61 

29 July 53 

29 July 53 

PlO Dec. 47 

23 Sept. 48 
P 27 Oct. 48 
P 8 Mar. 60 
PlO Jan. 61 
P 7 Jan. 63 
P 26 Jan. 44 

3 Aug. 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 16 Sept. 64 
P 1 May 66 
P31 Aug. 66 
23 Oct. 66 
9 Nov. 65 



CAPTAIN. 



P 22 Feb. 60 

P81 Jan. 61 

8 July 61 

25 June 62 

> 7 Jan. 63 

29 July 63 

4 Aag. 64 

1 May 66 

1 May 65 

1 Dec. 64 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



8 Lt.-Col. ToUesbim served with 
the 12th Laucen in the Kafflr var 
of 18&1.S (Medal), and iraa pro- 
moted to the Brefet mak of Lieut.- 
Col. for hif Mrricct. 

4 M^. Monro, Capti. Dnrant, 
Lennox, and JTarj, Lt. Browne, and 
Qr.-Ma«ter Blake aerred with the 
ISth Lanccn in the Kafir war of 
1861-8 (Medal). 

5 Lt.-Col. Pyler serTCd with the 
16th Lancers durinf the eaaapnf gn in 
Afl^baaisUn under Lord Kcanc, In- 
elvdlnf the siege and capture of 
Ohusnee (Medal). Also at the batUe 
of Maharajpore (Medal) S» Dec. 
1843 ; and in the campaign on the 
StttleJ in 1 846 ( Medal), inelndlag the 
battles of Buddiwal and Aliwal, at 
which last he «ras seTerely wounded 
bj a musket shot iriillst ehargiag 
with the Squadron he commanded 
a large body of Infkntry with three 
guns in their lyont, and which he 
broke throogb and dispersed, being 
the last of the enemy's inCkntry 
wlaieh stood tlielr ground ; for this 
serriee he recelTed the Brevet rank 
of MiOor. Served also hi the Pun- 
Janb campaign (Medal) of 1848-0 
with the 3rd Light Dragoons. 

Paymaster. — James Qustavus Hamilton Holmes^ 24 Feb. 37 ; Ent. p 11 June 30 • 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Edward Brown, 18 Oct. 63. [X*. P2 Auir. 33* 

Qt4ar^er-3fa*f«-.— Michael Blake/ 18 July 48. 

Surgeon.—GwXn Ainslie Tarnbully 28 Dec. 66 ; Assist. -Surg. 16 Aug, 50, 

Assistant-Surgeon.— Dudley Clifton Wodsworth, 10 Jan. 61. 

Veterinary Surgeon.-^ThomBB Hurfoni,'26 Jan. 39. 

Blue— Pocin^^ Scarlet.— ii^enf, Oeorge Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 

Jlu«L"i!f;iiSl«°.r?hi!SiXS vf '^ **** nth Drapom inPIanders. and waspr<»ent in every action that 
S^i^li^5^?S?i« tS^i?? J V^enclenne. and Dunkirk ; and (NttUes of Faman andCateau : also the winter 
SmSSS oJ th?titS SJI^??' '"** '*?* }**.*.*** '**'****'' *" ^^' Serred also two years in the Pcniniula, in 
S?51ml5ff £Samiil*?i?'S**?^*'*"*'*I'*"^»***» acUonof EIBodon,(woiu»ded by aiabrecutin the ann,) 
*.5*i"^", «.•"•■*'': ***' ^^^^ **'*««• he haa received the Gold Medal. 

ow^Kdinl8*?hlf2I^2iSLlv*i^^ in the KaiBr war oflSSl-a (Medal): in Geneni Somerset's expedition 
Tr^. n-iL f:i™f «»|^™*n*e* the Cavalry and Artillery; and in IW he commanded semml patroles and eolamna. 
6 Capt. OalEes serred with the IJth Lancers In the Kaffir w4r of 18SI.3 (Medal).^^^ ^^ P«awes an« ooramna. 

wUh^' aTnJhrn*^ ''"^ 'iy^i®*** t*°"" *"/**• S'"**" »' Maharajpore S9th Dec. 1848 (Medal); and 
Mood£liL^«ilin!?SS^" J?!i'*!?* the campjiign of 184IMI on the SntleJ; including the iMtttln of 
»i:?}Sh"Sn'ceri"n*tt^i^^^^^^^^ received a Medal and one Cl..p; and .erved 

o^SSiJSSa^^iS! ^^^•"*»»^««™*'>~»»J»»« t»»eKafflrw«rofl8Sl.M{Medal),incl«di«gthtpaatageof,aad 
the SJui^o"*£'bSSn'fM''X?* ^^ ^""'" '" *^* campaign on the 8utl<d In 1648, and wai preMnt at 

}? S21^^"!5^' ■•7^.*? »*»• pursnU of the enemy aeroM the Indns in 184» (Medal). 
ewixiiS^t!St9l^S^^tS,\J!^ ^}fn "^K*"" *" I"*** «i was present thioiwhont the whole of the PanJanb 
JSffihW&Steit SSSifSn J'.i^'^oi" "' fwja^nn*' J P*»VH« of the River Chenab : bTttiee of SoodooUporc. Chufian. 
S^oiSiSJd S iSSiSi ^^^^ La«eers)n the Kaffir war of lSl5 (MeZSR. 

i« Lt awi^ii.- .«5 B 1. ^ of ea»alry with General Catheon'a colnmn at the action of Berea, SO Dee. 18H. 

H Lt. Swindley and Baker servfd With the ISUi Lancers in the Kaffir War of 186t-<. 

CFor ramaiiilfr of Notes, iM eppoaitf pfign 



^''^A^iil '*•] 13^/i Eeffiment of Light Droffooiu. 47 

Cn Ui« elMCoes aud appointments, the Motto, " ViretHfum^mum,**—- PENINSULA.*' " WATERLOO ** 
♦• ALMA" •• BALAKLAYA " " INKEBMAN '» " SEVAflTOPOL." 
CohmeL—'^ 9I2ft Hon. Edward Pyndar Lygon/ CB. Svb'Lxeut, 1 Jane 03; 

Ueut. 7 NoY. 05; Captain^ 15 Feb. 08; LieuU-Colonel, 27 April 16; 

CoUmeL 27 April 22; Major-General, 10 Jan. 87; Lt.-Gen, Not. 46; 

Gen. 20 June 54 ; Colonel, 13th Light Dragoons, 29 Jan. 45. 
Xi«ti^.-Cotofie{.— Charles Edmund Doherty,* Comet, p 24 Apr. 35; Lieut, p 6 

Jan. 37; Capt. p 4 Sept. 40; Mqjor, p 23 June 48 ; Lieut.-Col. p 12 Oct. 52. 
jf^'or.— Henry Holden, Comet, p 22 Apr. 42 ; Lieut, p 30 Dec. 45 ; Capt. p 19 

Mar. 47 ; Mqjor, p25 Sept. 55. 



Yean' Serr. 


53 


Full Half 


F»J. 


Pay. 


21 





14 





n 





10 





9 





7 





5 





6 





8 





4 





4 





3 





2 





8 





8 





2 





2 





2 





1 





2 






























32 




















12 





2 






Captains. 
Soame G. Jeny ns,* i., CB. 

Arthur Tremayne^ 

Percy Shawe Smith^ .... 
Peter Valentine Purcell 
Edward Lennox Jerris^ . . 
John William Clayton .. 

John Davis, R.M 

George Maxwell Goad'. . 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

FitzRoy Donald Maclean '<> 
Denzil Th.Chamberlay ne" 

John Dearden 

Robert Macneill<* 

James Edward Vivian . . 
Henry Oldman Munn . . 
George Gardner,*^ A^... 
Thomas Price Gratrex^*. . 
Reynold Alleyne Clement 



Cornets. 
Francis Levison Michael" 
Edw. Hy. Ernest Kanntze 
Stanley de Astel C. Clarke 
Henry Evelyn Wood .... 
Thomas Airthar Southwell 
Fra.Wm. Eveleigh Savage 



COKNBT. 



P 30 Dec. 45 
Pll Sept. 46 
P 20 Oct. 47 
P 4 May 49 
Pll July 51 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P29 Dec. 48 
P 23 Jan. 52 



P 19 Aug. 52 

P 11 Mar. 53 

p 17 Mar. 54 

P 16 June 48 

P25Feb. 48 

P 4 Aug. 54 

27 Sept 54 

24 Nov. 54 

6 July 55 



LIBUT. 



P 24 Sept. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 
P 20 Dec. 50 
P 4 Apr. 51 
P 18 June 52 
p 12 Oct. 52 
P 26 July 53 
26 Oct. 64 



26 Oct 54 
8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
P 19 Apr. 50 
P 17 May 50 

3July 55 

9 Oct. 55 
9 Oct. 55 
7 Dec. 55 



CAPTAI 


M. 


P 20 Dec. 


50 


P 4 Apr. 


51 


26 Oct. 


54 


26 Oct. 


54 


8 Dec. 54 | 


15 Dec. 


54 


3 July 


55 


P23 Oct. 


55 



BRBV-MAJ. 

12 Dec. 54 
12 Dec. 54 



10 Lieut. MaelMa t*m6 ia tk« 
Buteni CMapalffn of 18M. inelad- 
iDff tlM tettia or Alma (MwUI aad 
CUsp). 
If Lieut. MacaelU aerred th« 
mpulgn of 18M, Inclndiag 
of Bnlcanak, hattloa of 
Alma and BalaklaTa, mad ilcge of 
(Modal aad ClMpa). 

I camiwlKii of 



13 Lieut. Grmtrcx serred the Bat 
1854, includlnr tbe tatUei of BaUklava aad Inkennan, 
and alose of Scbastopol ( Medal and Claaps.) 

14 Paynaster Fritli, AaaiaC-Surf. Anaeiraat. ^ad 
Yet. Surg. Towen aerred tho Baatera eaaipajgn of 
1864-U, Inelttdinff the aflUr of Bnlcaaak, battlea of 
Alma, BalaklaTa, and lukenaaa, and ticfc of Sebaa- 
topol (Medal and Clasps) i Mr. Aimatronf waa with tho 
reeonnoisaanee on tbe Danube under Lord Cardigan. 

16 Surg. Home terred the Baslem eampaign of 1854 • 
fiA, iB^ndinc the battle of Alma (Medal aad Claap). 



5 Not. 54 

11 May 55 

3 Aug. 55 

7 Sept. 55 

P 2 Oct. 65 

23 Oct. 55 

Paynuuter.—Edm. Bentley Frith," 7 8ept.41 ; JSne. P31 Oct.34; Lt. p 3 Nov.37, 

A4jutant. — Lieut. George Gardner/^ 27 Sept. 54. 

Quarter-Master. — ^William Cresdee, 2 March 55. 

Surgeon, — Anthony Dickson Home/^ 9 Feb. 55 ; AstUt.-Surg. 17 March 48. 
Assist.'Surg. — Lancelot Armstrong,*^ 7 April 54. [Blue — Facmgt Buff.— 

Veterinary Surg.^ThoB. John Towers,^^ 12 May 54. [Ag. Messrs. Cox k Co. 

O'eaenl tbe Honourable Bdwaid P. Lygon icrved in the Peninsula with the Snd Lift Ouardi, tram Nor. ISlt to 
dw end of that war in 1814, inelndiag the battie of Vlttoria, for which he; has reeelTed tho War Medal with One Clasp. 
Served also the campaign of 1815» and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

5 ColoBel Deherty eonunanded the 13th Lt. Drs. In the Eastern campaign of 1854-A8, including the afhOrs of Bntganak 
smA M*Kensl^ Farm, batttcs of Ahna, Balaklara, and lakerman, and siege of Sebaatopol (Medal and Three Clasps). 

4 M^or Jcnyns served In the Bastern campaign of 1864-&6, including the rreonnoissance on the Danube under Lord 
Card^an (in eoonnand of thesqnainm ISth Lt. Drags.), alTaln of Bulganak and M'Kensie*s Farm, battles of Bal&klava 
(bo r a e abot) and Inltennan, and siege of Sebaatopol (Medal and Clasps) i be was senior offleer of the ISih Lt. Drags, out 
of tbe tttKgt at BalaklaTa, and refbrmed the Regiment, for which he rseelTed the brevet of Mi^or and CB. 

6 M;^Jor TicmaTUe aerred the Bastern eampaign of 18fi4-U, inelndiag the reeonnolssanee on the Danube under Lord 
CBs«ligaB> aShirs of Bulganak and M*Kenxie's Farm, battlea of Alma and BalaklaTa (horse shot), and siege of Sebaatopol 
(Medd aad Clasps). 

6 Capt. Smith senrcd the Baatera campaign of 1854. Ineludlag the reeonnoissanee on the Danube under Lord Cardigan. 
aMmtn oTBalganak and M*Kensle's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklsra, and Inkerman, aad slegeofSebaatopoU Medal ftClasps). 

7 CapC Jerria serred the Baatera campaign of 18M-&5, hieluding the reeonnoissanee to Silistria with Lord Cardigan, 
aflUn of Bulganak aad M*Kensle*8 Fann. battlea of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Mfldal aad Claspa). 

8 Comet Michael aerred tho Baatera eampaign of 18A4, Including the aflhlr of Bulganak and batUe of Alma (Medal and 
Claap). 

9 C^t. Oend served the Baatera campaign of 18M-5, including the alEaira of Bulganak and M'Keule's Farm, batUes 
•r Alma aad Balaklava (horse shot), aad aiege of Sebastopol ( Medal and Clasps). 

11 LIcula. ChamberUyne and Gardner served the Eastern campaign of 18M'5. ineluding the affkirs of Bulganak 
Md M'Kenaie^ Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (hone shot), and Inkerman. and siege of Sebaatopol (Medal and Claaps. 



14 lieat. BtiatcA aerved tbe SntlcJ campaign of 1848-9 with the 8rd Light Dragoons, and was present at tha aflhlr of 
of the Cheuab at Wnieerabad on the 1st Dee. 1848, with tbe force under Sir Joseph Thaekwell, 
"" ••" •• • ' « - ^ •^ wounded) and tioq}erat (Medal and two Claaps). 



actifMMM Sadoolq^oi^attlee of CbiUianwaUah (wounded and charger wounded) and tiot . , ^ 

IS Ucnt. Bond waa one of tbo few eurvivon of the ill-fttted ablp BirftenAeed, wrecked on Danger Point, Capo of Good 
Bope^ SS Feb. ISIS. He afterwaida aervad in tbe Kaffir War of 1852-88, aad waa preaent at tbe aetioa of Berea. 

lilBMt. Hodgaon waa preaent wkb tbe l«tb Laneera at the siege andcaptureof Bburtporein lSSi.6,Badwaa a voluntanr 

fcr tha disiwuated cavalry atormiar perty (ICeial and one Claap) . Alao preaent in the action of Mabars«}por« la Doo. 1S4S 

il). Ha aerved alao with tbe Srd LiKbt Dragoons in tbe Sutl^ eampaira of 1848, and waa preaent at tbe batUe of 

on (Modal). Served tbraagbont the Punjanb eampaign of l»48.», including the afiur at EamnugKur (cbargec 

dad), tbe pMaage of the Cbenab at Wnseerabad on the 1st l>ee. 1848, with the force under Sir Joseph ThackweU, 

m^mM af MMl^ore, aad battlea of ChilUanwaUab aad Goqjerat (Medal and Two Clasps). « , .^. « ^ 

M Ltont. Penton lerred with th« 9rd Light Dragooiu throughout the Butl^J eanpafgn of ISdff-tf, uid 

was pretrot at tha battles of Uoodkee (chsrger killed), Feroieehah (ch«rger kUled), and Sobwoii (Ifedal 

aaA So Olasva). Also thvouahout the Panfanb eampaign of 1848-0, Ineluding the cavcdrr aflUr at Ram- 

ZSLa^tWaf BadoolMMie. and batUee of Chllllanwallah and Goojefat (Medal and two Olan»»). 



48 [i"ltrri«1!*0 l^h {The King's) Begt. of Light Dr*. UjS^SSm'iL, 

The ''PBUSSUN EAGLE" " DOURO** "TALAVERA" "PUEXTES D'ONOR" "SALAMANCA" 
"VITTORIA" "ORTHES" "PENINSULA" "PONJAUB" "CHILUANWALLAH" "GOOJEBAt." 
CdoTMh—ll^Wd^Hon. Henry Murray,' CB. Comet y 16 May 00; X*. 11 June 
01; Capt. 24 Ang. 02; Jlfq/or, 26 March 07; Lt.-CoL^ Jan. 12; Coh 
22 July 30 ; Major-Gen. 28 June 38 ; Li.-Qen. 11 Not. 61 ; Oen. 6 Feb. 65 : 
Col. 14th Light Dragoons, 18 March 63. 
Zi^.-CoZ#.— Henry Edward Doherty,* CB. Comet y p 81 Dec. 33 ; Lt. p 16 July 36 ; 



Yoan' 6<irv. 



66 



Pull 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay. 



23 







Capt. P 1 7 May 39 ; Mqj. P 22 Oct. 47 ; Lt,'Col, 23 Nov. 48 ; CoL 28 No?. 64. 
Charles Steuart,' Comet, 10 Dec. 26; Lieut. p6 Feb. 29; Capt, P9 Nov. 38; 

Mqjor, P 26 April 48 ; Zt.-Col. 7 July 60 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
-Mil/or*.— William Wilmer/ Cor. p16 June 30; JAeut. 11 Apr. 33; Capt. p 31 

Dec. 39 ; Brev.-Mqfor, 11 Nov. 61 ? Mqjor, p 30 Dec. 63. 
Arthur Scudamore,' Cor. p 20 May 36 ; Lieut. 18 Feb. 38 ; Capt, p 22 Oct. 47 ; 

Jifqjor, 1 June 64. 



Captains. 
Wm. Augustus Qaussoa^ 
Richard Herbert Gall^ . . 
John Augustus Todd * . . 
Pearson Scott Thompson'* 
Rich. Buckley Prettejohn* 
Robert Johnston Brown 
William M<Mahon".... 

Thomas Barrett* 

Arthur Need" 

Henry Brett 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

William English" 

William D'Urban Blyth® 

John Dudgeon'^ 

Thomas Edward Gordon'" 
Charles Edwyn Wyatt 
Frederick Vansittart . . 

James Leith 

Alex. Edg^ McGregor 
H.Topham Clemen ts^a^;. 
Claudius Buchanan Whish 
W.H.Trav.Clarke Travera 
Standish Radley Jackson 
Robert Chad wick .. 
Cbas.WemyssTheslger, r. 
Henry Wm. M. Hatbway 
Lawrence St. Pat r. Gowan 
£dw. Orlando V. Haldane 
Lawrence Mackenzie . • • 
Leonard Bedmayne . . . 

CORirETS. 

George Mey rick Dew . . . 

James Giles 

Wm. Henry S. Beamish 



COBNBT. 



P 17 Aug. 88 
P 3 July 86 
P 28 Apr. 87 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P 23 Feb. 88 
P31 Dec. 41 
P26NOV. 42 
Pll Deo. 46 
P 13 Oct. 39 
P21 June 89 

P 16 May 46 
P22 0ct. 47 
P31 Mar. 48 
P 27 Oct. 48 
P 18 July 48 
~ 1 Dec. 48 
4 May 49 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



8 Apr. 42 
7 Dec. 88 
P 14 June 39 
P 7 June 44 
PlSOct. 39 
P 16 May 46 
P 6 Nov. 46 
PSl Jan. 48 
P 17 June 42 
Pll Feb. 42 

23 Apr. 47 

22 Feb. 40 

P22 Feb. 60 

17 Sept. 60 

8 Mar. 60 

P31 Oct. 61 

P 27 May 63 



2 Apr. 47 P 29 May 40 

P 17 May 60 21 July 63 

19 Aug. 61 P 30 Sept. 63 



P20 Aug. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P17 Dec. 62 
P 6 Aug. 63 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P20 Sept. 63 
P 30 Sept. 63 
P 18 Oct. 63 
P 18 Oct 63 

P 18 Oct. 63 
P 30 Dec. 63 
P 1 Deo. 64 



P 30 Sept. 63 

P 4 Nov. 63 

P 18 Nov. 63 

P 30 Dec. 63 

27 Jan. 64 

1 June 64 

P 1 Dec. 64 

9 Oct. 66 

P 23 Oct. 66 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P lOct. 47 
P31 Mar. 48 

27 Nov. 48 
P 3 Sept. 47 

17 Sept. 60 

16 Mar. 63 

P27May 63 

P 30 Dec. 63 

1 June 64 

P 26 July 61 

9 Colonel Dohertf senred with 
the 14th Lt.Drs. throaghoat the 
Punaaub eampaiyn of 1848-9. In- 
cindiiig the action of BAmnncfar. 
pauafc of the Che&ab. batUM of 
ChiUianwaUah and Goqjerat, par- 
salt of the enemy acroM the Jhe- 
liun. and of the A%hans orer the 
Indui throagh the Khyber Pasa 
(Medal and Clatpt). At Ram- 
lOCTor he brought the ehai 
Qoadrons, under Col. Havi 



nnggnr he brought the ehargiag 
sooadrons, under Col. HaveSDCk 
who wa« killed, acroti the nullah 



and ont of the enemf 'a entrench- 
menu ; and at Goojerat he eom- 
manded a body of H. H.'i Dra- 
goons and Native Light Cavalry. 

8 Colonel Steuart lenred with 
the 14tb X.t. Drt . In the Pun- 
Jaub campaign of 1848-9, in- 
cluding the battlesof Chillian- 
wallah (sabre wound) and 
Ooqjerat, punult of the ene- 
my acrou the Jbelum, and of 
the Affghani orer the Indus 
through the Khyber Pasa (Me- 
dal and Clasps), 
i Ha). Scndamore and Capt. Todd larTed with th* 
4 th Lt.On. thronghout the campaign in Ai^hasiataa 
in 1838-89, incladiug tha liege and ciyiare of Ghu. 
nee (Medal). They anrTed with the 14th I<t. Drs. 
tbrougbont the Punjaab campaign of 1848-9, iaelnd^ 
the action of Ramnuggor, paauge of the Chenab. 
batUes of ChiUianwallah and Go<verat (Medal and 
Claapt). Maj. Scudamore was slightly wonnded at 
Ramnuggur, and dangeroasly at Gootjerat. 

PaytiMw^tfr.— William Fetheretouhaugli, 16 June 40; £ns. p8 April 41; 

Acyuiant.-^Lieut. Henry Topfaam Clements, 1 Dec. 64. [Xf. P2d March 44, 

Quarter-Moiter.— Thomas Bennett," 9 Aug. 60, 

fi^urywm.— Archibald Stewart," 12 Feb. 47 ; Asrist.-Surg. 10 Feb. 36. 

Aisistant'Surgeons. — Charles Hamilton Fasson," 12 July 44. 
Thomas William Fox, M.B., 23 July 52. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — William C. Lord, 26 Jan. 46. 

Blue— jPacin^^ Scarlet.— ^^€«*, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 
1 General the Hon. Henry Murray served in Naples, Sicily, and Calabria, In 1806-7. Accom- 
panied the expedition to Egypt in March 1807, and wai present, aa an Aide-de-camp, at the attack on 
sf!Ji? •Vfl® •°**i*'?o!?J'*.* 0/ Bo»e«». wid on every other occasion when our troop* were engaged. 
Sfl^n Walcheren in 1809, including the siege and surrender of Flushing. Went with the I8th HuKara 
l!.*.^*'/^?*?!!^*^" •'*"• I® ! * P'T"* ^'J**® f '***?*°J *»' '*»« ^•'*'' »"<* commanded the Regiment in sup- 
?K. K*.«? !i?f? ",""5" *' **'® action of Morales de f oro. Served also in the campaign of 1815. Including 
the battle of Quatre Bras; commanded the rear regiment of the Column on the retreat during Uiefoilowine 
J? ' r**'.'^^'** ''•^•.'*' Waterloo, he led the 18th Hussais la the brilliant cha^rSf s""hu8»V V ?Iw'5 
Brigade, at the oondusion of the action. — -^j w .» «» 

«*.*'!^^^J!?"®r ""ed with the I6th Lancers thronghout the oampaign in Affahanistan In 16S8 and 

S^h D«. 'Yfi^'vSXn"** ?P*""5 ®'*"'"f* f^f ^*»^- «« ™ »»»o ?>«•«»* »n the acUon of Maha^por?, 
Otta Dec. 1849 (Medal). He served with the I4th Lt. Drs. t**-"""*"*'* •*"* » •--»' --• - •■•'" ^' 



SSth "««• "»«j Jteaai). Ue served with the 14th Lt. Drs. throughout the PunJaub campilgn~of IMS-o' 

iidCiS^ "' **' "*• ^^*»^» "^•' ^ 'Ml"" •»* through the Khyher Pm (Medal 

8 Captaf' 
canpatffBQ 
battles of ( 



49 



B-*<J«^«.] \5th{The King's) Regt of Lt Dr 8. {Hussars). 

" EMSDORF" " EGMONT-OP-ZEE" " VILLIERS EN COUCHE" 

" SAHAGtJK" " VITTORIA" « PENINSULA" " WATERLOO. •» 

C(O20N«2.— 9 Sir Thomas WiUiam Brothertoo/ KCB. En$. 24 Jan. 1800 ; 14, k 

Capt. S7 July 01 ; Mqj. 28 Noy. 11 ; Lt.-CoL 19 May 14 ; Col. 22 July 30; 

Mqj.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; LU-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 16th Huaaars, 18 May 49. 
Lieut. 'Colonel. — George William Key, Comet , p5 July 31 ; Lieut. 25 Aug. 

33; Capt. P16 Sept. 87; Mqjor^ p14 June 42; Lieui.-Col. 9 Feb. 47; 

Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
JTiiK^i.— Charles Higginaon Teuah-Hecker, Comet y P29 Aug. 26; LUut. PS 

Jan. 28 ; Capt. 2 June 30 ; MtQOTf p 8 March 60. 
Bkhaid Knox, Comet, p 28 Jone 31 ; lAeui. 90 Apr. 34 ; Capt. Mar. 42; 

Jrgp.^Jfq;. 20 Jone 64 ; Mty. P 8 Dec. 64. 

CORNET. 



TMn'SwT. 


66 


Full 


Half 


P»y. 


Pay. 


26 





90 





S6 





24 





22 





10 





22 


o! 


17 


! 


14 


' 


14 





13 





12 


o| 


1 4 


^\ 


t ® 


o| 


1 5 


^ 1 


1 6 


1 


4 





4 





t 6 





i ^ 





1 1 





1 1 





1 1 






Ca.PTa.iK8. 
Francis Woodley Home 

John Brett 

Thomaa J. Kearney .... 
I Thomas R. Crawley' ... 

Henry Lee^ 

George Stoney Swinny . . 

Horace Trower 

Jamea Boyd Miller 

LiBUTBVANTS. 

Wm.VeallGrectham,^!^: 
Zi?r<IWaUerC.M.D.Scott 
Thomaa Francis Maude. . 
Geo. Travers Macartney 
William Edington Stuart 
William Henry Home . . 
Jamea Alston Clark . . • . 

Charles Steel 

Edward Walker 

COBSETS. 

Robert Lesley Parker . . 
Charles William Bell.... 
Henry Baoks Wright . . 



rdl Aug. 32 
P 10 Oct. 34 
27 Jan. 37 
19 Dec. 34 
P 12 Oct. 39 
P 14 June 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 7 July 43 

P31 May 44 
P 23 Nov. 62 
P 16 Oct. 60 
P19 Aug. 61 
P2l Nov. 61 
P27 Aug. 62 
P23NOV. 62 
P 14 June 60 
P 24 Nov. 64 

P 13 Feb. 65 

P 1 June 56 

14 Sept. 66 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. BKEV.-MAJ . 



P eSept. 3dlP49Aug. 42 

P 14 Apr. 37 1 9 Feb. 46 

8 May 40 1 3 Sept. 47 

9Mar. 42|Pl3 0ct. 64 

P 29 July 44 p 8 Dec. 64 



12 Apr. 
3 Apr. 
7 Jan. 



46 
46 
47 



14 Sept. 66 
2 Oct. 66 
P 14 Dec. 66 



SO June 64 



P 80 July 47 % Capt. Cravlejr was present 

P 16 June 64 ^^ ^^" closing operallontb«for« 

D Q n^r. F.A ' Mooltan and at the surrender 

P i^ec. M Q, jij, citadel tSud Jan. 1840. 

22 May 66 He eerred as eitra Aide-de- 

14 Sept. 65 Camp to Sir HeDrjr Dundas 

1 A AAnf FiTi ' commanding the Bombay Divl- 

P 10 reb. 64 ij»ub during the march from 

P 13 Oct. 64 , Mooltan and the subsequent 

P 14 Dec 65 'operations, and was present at 

I the battle of QooJf>rat (Uedai) 

and in the pursuit of the Sikh 

jarmy to the river Jhelun. 

4 Captain Lee was present with the letb Laneers In 
the action at Maba«^pore,t9th Dee. 1843, and bat re* 
eciTCd the Bronse SUr. 



Paymoj^er.— BlayneyT. Walahe/d Oct. 48; ^7i«.P28Attg.d8i Xf.31 Dcc.39. 
Ae^utant. —Lieut. William Veall Greetbaro, 26 June 62. 
Qtiar^er-Jfo^fer.— Walter Clarkaon, 1 Sept. 48 ; Comet, 20 Aug. 44. 
Surgeon.— neory Mapleton,* M.D. 13 July 47 ; Assist. Surg. 12 July 39. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — John Griffith, 1 Sept. 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — ^William Thacker, 14 July 47. 

Blue— il^^n^f^ MeaaiB. Cox k Co. [Retumed/rom Madras, 20 June 1864.] 
I Lieiit.-General Brotherton senredin Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby In 1801 ; in Germany under 
Lord Cnthcart In 1803; In Portugal, Spain, and France during the whole of the Peninsular war from 1808 
to 1814, and hat receired the War Ifedal with eeren Clasps for the battles of Busaco, Fuenle* d'Onor, Bala- 
mnaca (wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, in which last battle he was wounded and taken 
priaoner. Besides these he was present at all the cavalry aifUrs and skirmishes in which his Regt. the Uth 
Light Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on the Coa t he was wounded several Uniee in these 
•kimialm, 

ft Paymaster Walsha serred with the 0th Hcgt. throaghout the campaign of 1849 in Afl|1ianistan 

(ModAl) under Sir George Pollock, JBeluding the storming the Khyber Pass, taking the Fort of Mamoo 

Kbail, storaslof the heighu of Jugdulluck, acUon in the Teseen Vnlley, clearing the heights of Huft 

Kotul, and stormiag the town of Istalid". Served in the Kaffir war of 1851-58. 

fl Doctor Mapleton w>e with the 40th Regiment in the action of Maharajpore (Medal). 

[Continuation of Notes to 14^/t Light Dragoons.'] 

9 Oapt. Oall serred with the Uth U. Drs. throughout the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-0, including the 
actfon of Ramnuggnr (with the charging squadrons), battlee of Chillianwallah and Qoojerat (Medal and 
Claspe). He reoelTed a severe sabre wound at Ramnuggur in an effort to seize one of the enemy's standards. 

10 Lieots. Dudgeon and Gordon served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0, Including the baitlee of 
ChlUtenwallah and Ooqierat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jheluro, and of the Affgfaans over the Indus, 
throucb the Kbvher Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

19 Oaptaln Thompson served with the 7th Dragoon Guards against the Insurgent Boers In South Afriea in 
1B4A; and likewise in the Kaffir War of 1840-7. 

19 Capt. M*Mabon served In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0: at the first siege of Mooltan, including 
the atUck on the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches, IS Sept. i84H ; with the charging 
•qoftdrooe of the 14th Lt. Dragoons at Bamnuggur (very severely wounded), and at the battles of Ghiliian- 
wallali nod (}oq)«rat; was also praseBtai (he surrender of the Sclkh army at Rawul Pindee, and pursuit of 
the A^ihaae to Peshawvr (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Captain Keed served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0 as Aldc-de-Camp to General Whlsh, and was 
wMest dorinf Ibe vbole o# Mie siege operations against and capture of Mooltan; after which bo was at 
the battln ofGooJerat (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Swfeon Stewart served with the 0th Lancers fn^he campaign on the Sutl^ in 1846, and was pnesent at 
Che battle of SohfMS (MmM). He served with the 14th Lt. Urs. througiiout the Punjaub campaign of 
1S4S-0, Including the hatUes of Bamnuggur, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

IS Aflsist.-8orgeoB FMson served with the 6Srd in the campaign on the Sutlej, and was present at Buddl- 
wal sad AUwal (Medal). He served with the Uth Lt. Dre. throughout the Puqjaub campaign of 1848-0, in- 
dadlnc the birttles of Bamnuggur, ChUllan wallah, and Gocjerat (Medal and Clasps). . , ^. 

10 Qr. Master Bennett served the Puniaub campaign of 1848-40 with the 14lh Light Dragoons, tacludlnj 



50 16^A ( Ttie Queen's) Regt. of Lt. Drag. {Lancers). [^•^JuIZ'!**"' 

"TALAVERA" "FUENTES D'ONOR" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" "NIVE" 
"PENINSULA'' "WATERLOO" "BHURTPORE " " AFFGHANISTAN " 
"GHUZNEE" "MAHARAJPORE" "ALIWAL" "SOBRAON." 



Treart'Sen-. 


66 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Paj. 


22 





9 





9 





9 





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CoL—lB mi Sir Joseph Thackwell,» GCB. KH. Cor. 23 Apr. 00 ; Lt.lZ Jone 01 ; 

Capt, 9 Apr. 07 : Mai. 18 June 15 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June 17 ; Col. 10 Jan. 87 ; 

Mql.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 64; CoL 16th Lancers 10 Nov. 49. 
Lieut.-ColoneL—ThomsLA Pattle,' Comet, p 13 June 34; if. P23 Dec. 36; 

Capt. P 7 May 47 ; Afq/ew, P13 Dec. 60; Lieui.-Col. P2 Nov. 55. 
Jlfq/ori.— William Thomas Dickson, Cornet^ p 23 Apr. 47 ; Lieut, p 26 Feb. 48 ; 

Capt. P2&Apr. 61 ; M<fjor, p 19 May 54. 
Thomas Woolaston White, Comety p 7 May 47; Lieut. p7 Apr. 48; Capt. 

P23 Sept. 51; Affl[;or, p 2 Nov. 65. 

BREV.-UAJ. 



Captains. 
Francis William Grant . . 

Lancelot Halton 

RobertGoff 

David Barclay 

John Edmond Seveme, s. 

Patrick Dynon* 

Tliomas John Francis' . . 
Henry Eustace Leader . . 

Lieutenants. 
Edward Tottenham Irvine 
F. C. Hanbury Williams 
James Christine Hart,«. . 

James Stewart 

Joseph Tarratt 

John Dynon,^ R.M 

Hugh D'Arcy P. Bumell 
Geo.Wm. Hutton Riddell 

Cornets. 
Francis Paynton PIgott . . 
Edwin Cowtan, Adj 



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p 2 July 47 
P26Feb. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 13 April 49 
P 17 May 60 
29 May 39 
P 14 June 89 
P 16 May 61 

P 17 Oct. 61 
Pll June 62 
P 9 July 63 
P 12 Aug. 63 
P 18 Feb. 63 
2 Apr. 60 
P 14 July 64 
P 21 July 64 

P 16 Mar. 66 
26 Oct. 65 



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P 1 Sept. 48 
? 13 April 49 
P 13 July 49 
P 2 Apr. 60 
P27 Feb. 62 
16 June 42 
P 1 July 42 
P 12 Oct. 62 

P 1 July 63 
P 11 Oct. 63 
P 19 May 64 
P 13 Oct. 64 
P 8 Dec. 64 
14 Sept. 66 
14 Sept. 56 
P 2 Nov. 66 



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P21 Sept. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 1 July 63 
PH Oct. 63 
P 13 Oct. 64 
14 Sept. 66 
14 Sept. 66 
P 2 Nov. 66 



S Lt. Col. Pattl« scnred wHb tbe 
16Ui Lancers durinf tbe euapaign 
in Afl^banlstui nnder I«ord Keane. 
■ad was pratent at tbe liefc and 
capture of Obuanee (Medal). Also 
tbe eampaiffn on tbe SutlcJ in 1844, 
Inelodlng the battles of Buddiwal. 
Aliwal (wounded), and Sobraon 
(Medal and Clasps). 



Paytnaster. — George Frederick Rosser,^ 28 May, 47 ; Sns. 20 Aug. 36. 
Ac{jutant. — Comet Edwin Cowtan, 26 Oct. 65. 
Quarter-Master.— George Lamb," 4 June 47. 
i9ttr/7e(m.— William Ker Parle, 6 Oct. 64; Assist.-Surff. 31 Oct. 46. 
Astist.'Surgeon. — ^Andrew Knox Rickards, 24 April 66. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Frederick Collins, 8 Dec. 48. 
Scarlet — Faeijigs Blue. 
Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, John Atkinson, Esq. 
\_Retumedfrom Bengal, 26 Dee. 1846.] 
1 Sir Joteph Thackwell terred the campaign in Oallfcia and Leon under Sir John Moore, and wai engaged 
In toTeral skirmishes, and present at the battle of Corunna. Serred the campaigns of 1818 and 14 in tha 
Peninsala, Including the battles of Vlttoria, the Pyrenees in Aront of Pampeluna, 97th, 88th, 30th, and 80th 
July ; blockade of Painpeluna, flrom 18th to the Slat Oct. when it surrendered; battle of Orthes, aflkir at 
Tarbes, and haUle of Toulouse ; besides many affairs of adranced guards, outposts, A:c. Serred also the 
campaign of 1816, including the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of 
Waterloo. Commanded the caralry division of the army of the Indus during the Affgfaanistan campaign ; 
was present at the storm and capture of Ohumee ; and commanded the 8nd column of the army on its 
march from Caboot to Bengal. Ck>mmanded the caralry dirislon in the action at llabarajpore on the 89th 
Dec 1848. Contused on the right shoulder at Ylttoria, and severely wounded at Waterloo (left arm ampu- 
tated close to the shoulder) in charging a square of infantry ; had also two horses shot under him. He 
commanded the cavalry in the battle of Sobraon (Medal); as also in tbe late Puqjaub campaign (Medal 
and Clasps). Has received the silver War Medal, with thr«e Clasps. 

5 Cspt. Dynon icrved with th« 16th Laneen durinf the eampalfn In Afl^baalftan under Lord Keane. inelvdinff the 
•lege and eeptwre of Ohumee (Medsl). He Mrred elM at the battle of MAharajpore ( Medal), Qth Dee. 1843; and in the 
eanpaifn on the SuUeJ In 1846, Inelndlng tbe battlei or Dnddlwal, Allwal, and Sobraon (Medal and aaapc). 

• Lieut. John Dynonaenred with the 16th Lancen during the eaapalfn In AfVianUtaa under Lord Keane, Including 
the siege and capture of Ghusnee (Medal). 

7 Paymsater BocMr was present at the alege and capture of Bhurtpore, In ieS6-6 ( Medal) . Be served with the amy of (he 
Indus, under Lord Keane, In 1838 and 38, and was present at the captnre of Ohnraee (Medal). He was alao prvsent 
In the action at Haharajpore, S9th Dec 1843 ( Medal) i and alM> at Buddiwal, AUwal, and Sobraon ( Medal and aaips). 

8 Qr.-Mait. Lamb serred with tbe 16th Lancers during the campaign In Aflkhanlttaa under Lord Keane, lneladii« tbe 
siege and capture of Ghusnee ( Medal). Also at the batUe of Mahar^jpore ( Medal) S9th Dee. 184S { and la the campaign 
on the SutteJ In 1846, Including tbe battle of Buddiwal, AUwal. and Sobraon ( Medal and Clasps). 

9 Capt. Francis serred with the 16th Lancers at the aetloBS of Buddiwal and AUwal, and as alde^e-eamp to Sir Joseph 
ThaekweU at Sobraon ( Medal and one Clasp). Re scTTed alao tbe Fuqjaub campaign of 1848 9, Including the passage of the 
Chenab at Ramnnggor, and battles of Chllttaawsllah and Goojerat ( Medal sad CUsps)< 



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nth Regt. of Light Dragoons (Lancers.) 51 

( « DMth'i HmO," with the Motto, " Or Otory."— «« ALMA" "BALAKLAVA" "IKKBIU 
MAN" "SEVA8TOPOL.»» 

Colonel,— -^M Sir James Maxwell Wallace,' KH. Comet, 14Aii(r. 06; Lieut, 

6 Juno 06; Capt, 22 Oct. 07; Mqfor, 1 Jan. 17; Lt.-CoL 25 Sept. 23 ; 

Colonel, 28 June 38 ; Major-Gen, 11 Not. 51 ; Lt.-Gen, 6 Feb. 55; CoUmel 

17th Lancers, 28 Jan. 54. 
LieuL'Colonel, — John Lawrenson,* Comet , 12 Not. 18; Lieut, 6 Dec. 21 

Capi, P 27 Aug. 25 iBrev.-MaJor, 28 June 38 ; Maior, p 31 Dec. 30 ; Lieut,' 

Col, P27 June 45 ; Colonel, 20 June 54. 
Major, — Henry Roxby Benson,* Comet, vQl Jan. 40: Lieut, p 15 April 42: 

Capt, P27 June 45; Mqjor, 23 Oct. 54. 



Captains. 
W.Morr!8,^CB. ix.t Not. 56 
Robert White/*. 



Alex. Learmonth* 

Sir William Gordon,' -B* 
Lewis Edward Knight .. 

John Macartney ^ 

W. John Pearson Watson • 
Sir Geo. Hector Leith,B^. 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Taylor, R. M . • 
JohnChadwick,»» J4;. . 
Drury Curzon Lowe*. . . 

Arthur Bumand* , 

Henry Howard Barber* 

Henry Baring * 

Geo. H. Lutton Boy n ton' 
Walter Digby Seymour* 
William Wallis King.... 

COBNBTS. 

James Duncan*^ 

John Gibsone* 

Walter Raymond Nolan 

Henry Marshall 

George Cleghorn 

Hon, Wm. Henry Curzon' 
Cbarles Waymonth .... 



P 18 June 42 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P21 Aug. 40 
P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P 27 Sept. 38 
P16 Apr. 52 
P 10 July 52 

26 May 48 

27 Feb. 52 
P 28 July 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 10 June 53 

30 Nov. 54 
P 20 Jan. 54 
P 12 July 50 



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12 Die. 54 
12 Dec. 54 



P22 Dec. 48 P26 Mar. 52 
P23Aug. 50 23 Oct. 54 
P 18 July 51 26 Oct 54 
PlQAug. 51 7 Not. 64 
P 19 Dec, 34 15 Mar. 53 
P 15 Sept. 54 P 12 Jan. 55 
26 Oct. 54 P 30 Mar. 55 

23 Oct 54' 12 Paymaster SterentoniarTrf 

25 Oct. 54 I with the 17ih Lane«n in India, 

7 Nor. 54 \ ^rom Peh. I8I4 to I82S, Inclnd. 

fi npr .^4,l*"K ***« rampoJgn of 1817-18 

- - , , ^*'' zr against the Pindareei. Also the 

P 17 Jan. 51 I p:a8terncampaijpiofi854-M,ln- 

29 Dec. 54 , eluding the afTair of Bulganak, 
P 12 Jan 55 | t^^^ce of Alma, Balaklara, and 
P 1 1 MftJ fiA I Inkernian (acting as Adjutant). 

:i ^^ ?2 and »«e?« «^ Sebaitopol (M«dal 
P 12 Nor. 52 and Clacpe). 

14 Surgeon Matsy senred with tho Slat Regt. 
towards the dose of the SutleJ campaign in 
1846; Mrred the Eastern campaign of 18M-55 
with the 17ih Lancers, including the afihir of 
Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerraan, and siege of Setattopol (Medal and 
Clasps). 

15 Asslst-Surgeon Stanley served the Eastern 



5 Nov. 54 1 

8 Dec. 54 
P 19 Jan. 55 

1 May 55 j 
P 4 May 55 ' 

DO? T 1 rri campaign of 1854-66, including the baiUes of 
y4i Juiy «>&Mj^|,p,j n„^ Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
I I (Medal and Cla«ps). 

Pflj/ffWM^tfr.— John Stephenson," 30 Apr. 47; Cor. 16 Feb. 44 ; i*. 25 Sept. 46. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. John Chadwick,»« 12 Mar. 52. 

Quarter'Maeter,--Den\s O'Hara," 2 Feb. 55. 

5i«rflr«>».— Hampden HughMa88y,"M.D.,28Mar.545 -4**i«*.-iSur^.22Nov.44. 

Aisist.'Surgeon,^-St, John Stanley,^' 24 Fob. 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon, — William Partridge,* 16 July 66. 

Blue-^Facin^f White.^ Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



1 Sir Maxwell Wallace while serving at the Cape of Good Hope as Captain 81st Light Dragoons, was 
sent in 1813 in command of a squadron of that Regt. into Caffrarla with Brigadior-Oeneral Graham's ex- 
pedition, which in seven months of hard and severe work drove the CaflVes across the Great Fish Siver. 
He served also the campaign of 1816, and was present in the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the 
17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the 10th June 1816 he was appointed, by Major-Oeneral Baron 
Domberg. Orderly Officer, to assist his Brigade^ Major, Capt. Robais; the General's Aide-de-camp, Captain 
Krachenbnrg. being taken prisoner the following day, he took Robais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain 
Wallace, Acttng-Brlgade-Major; and Robais being killed on the 18th, the Duke of Wellington confirmed 
Captain Wallace on the Major-Generars recommendation. 

S Col. Lawrenran commanded the 17th Lancers in the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the oavalry 
affair of Bulganak and battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Major Benson served in the Crimea, and took command of the I7lh Lancers on 14th Jan. 1865. (Me- 
dal and Clasp for Sebastopol.) 

4 Lt.-Colonel Morris served with the 16th Lancers at the battle of Mahr^pore (Medal). Also in the 
Satl^ eampaisn in 1840, including the aflUir of Buddiwal, and acUons of Aliwal (wounded) and Sobraon 
(Medal and Clasp). Served the Eastern campaign of 1864 as D. A. Q. M. G., but on the death of Major 
WlUett he resumed his regimental duties, and commanded the 17th Lancers at the battle of Balaklava 
(severely wonnded), and siege of Sebastopol (Mvdol and Clasps). 

5 M^or White served in the Eastern campaign of 1864, Including the affair of Bulganak, battles of 
Alma and Balaklava (severely wounded), and seige of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla<ips). 

8 Captain Learmonth served in the Eastern campaign of 1846-66 (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Sir William Gordon served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battle of Balaklava 
(woonded and horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claxpt). 

8 Captain Macartney was present with a squadron of the 19th Light Dragoons at Kumo9l and In the 
action of Zorapore, on the isth October 1850. . / ^ . ^. » . . , 

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52 1st (or Greneuiter) Regiment of Foot Guards. 

"UNCSLLBS" "COBUNNA" "BARROSA" "PiNINBULA" ^WATBRLOO " "ALMA'* 
«<IKKBRlfAN" " SEVASTOPOL/* 
CoUmeL-^MU Royal Highmsa Francis Albert Avgnrttis Bmannel, Dulm qf 
Saxooy, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMG. 
Field Marshal, 8 Feb. 1840; Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 Bept. 52. 
Lt.'Colonel.—ThomsM Wood, Comet, p 16 Nor. 20 ; Lieut, p 12 June 28 ; Capt. 
P 25 June 25; JBreo.-ilf<y. 28 June 88; Cap^. &X*.-Ci>«. p 28 June 89; Col. 
11 Nov. 61 ; Mqj. p 24 Feb. 64 ; Lt.-Coh 20 June 54. 
Minors. — 1 James Robertson Craufurd,f. JSm, 14 June 21 ; JEns, & Lieut. P29 
Aug. 22 ; £^. & Capt. p 10 Sept. 26 ; Capt. St Lt.-Col. P 18 Feb. 87 ; Col. 1 1 
Nov. 61; Afajor, 20 June 54. 

2 William Thornton, Sns. Sc Lieut. p8 Apr. 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. p3 Dec. 30; 
Capt. k, Lieut.'Col. p 8 June 41 ; Col 11 Nov. 51 ; Miyor, 20 June 54. 

3 Charles Wm. Ridley,* s. Ent. k Lieut, p 21 Feb. 28 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 Jane, 
81 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 14 July 43; Col. 20 June 54 ; Mi{for, 10 Oct. 54. 

Captt ^ Lt.^CoU.—Z Hon. Aug. Fred. Foley, Ene. k Lt. PdO Dee. 28; Lt. k 
Capt. P 16 Mar. 82 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 16 Feb. 44 ; Col. 20 June 64. 

1 Hon. Robert Bruce, $. Ens. k Lieut, p 18 June 80; Lieut, k Capt. p 22 Feb. 
83; Cap^&Xt«u^..Co2.P2Aug.44; CoZ. 20 June 54. 

3 Charles Algernon Lewis, Comet, p 13 Oct. 26 ; Lieut, p 15 Aug. 20 ; Capt. 
P 12 Apr. 33 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 30 Dec. 45 ; Col. 20 June 64. 

2 Frederick William Hamilton,' Ens. k Lieut. 12 July 81 ; Lieut, k Capt, 
1 Dec. 36 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 3 April 46 ; Col. 20 June 64. 

1 Hon. James Lindsay, Ens. k Lieut, p 16 Mar. 82 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 2 Dee. 86 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 14 Aug. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Henry Cartwright, Ens. k Lieut, p 26 July 32 ; Lieut. & Capt. p 2 Jone 87 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p2 Oct. 46; Col. 20 June 64. 

1 Hon. George Cadogan,* s. Ens.k Lieut, p 22 Feb. 83 ; Lieut* k Capt. p Jan. 
38; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P6 Aug. 47 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

3 Bdward Goulbum, Ens. k Lieut, p 27 Dec. 33 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 Jaly 88 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 18 July 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

1 Hon. Alexander Gordon,* CB. s. Ens. k Lieut, p2 May 84 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 15 May 40 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 April 40 ; Colonel, Feb. 65. 
1 William Nelson Hutchinson, s.Ens. 24 Feb. 20 ; Lieut. 25 Oct. 28 ; Capt. p 17 

June 26; itf^y or, p 4 Dec. 32 ; Lieut.-Col.Pl Sept. 41 ; CoMl Nov. 51. 

1 Robert Cavendish Spencer Clifford, Ens. k Lieut, p 5 June 35 ; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 14 Aug. 40 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p22 March 50 ; Col. 7 SepL 66. 

2 John Arthur Lambert, Ens. k Lieut, p 10 July 35 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 1 1 Sept. 40 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 15 Nov. 50. 

1 Hervey Hopwood, ^yi^. 21 Sept. 30; Ens.k Lieut. P24Jaly 36; Lieut, k 
Capi. P 30 Oct. 40 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 27 Dec. 60. 

3 Hon. Henry Hugh Manvers Percy ,^ Ens. k Lieut. PI July 86; Lieut, k 
Capt. P29 Dec. 40 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p7 March 61 ; Col. 29 June 55. 

1 Hon. Henry Townshend Forester, Ens. k Lieut. 23 Feb. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 18 May 41 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Aug. 52. 

2 George Grey Rous, Ens. k Lieut, p 24 Feb. 37 ; lAeut. k Capt. p 8 June 41 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 15 July 63. 

1 Studhohne Brownrlgg,' CB. s. Ens. p 20 July 32 ; Lt. OMay 36 ; Capt.P 29 Dec. 
40 ; Brev.-Mqj. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 18 Sept. 53 ; Cot. 2 Nov. 56. 

3 Edward G. Wynyard, Ene. 12 May 37; Ens. k Lieut, p 9 Jan. 38; Lieut. 
k Capt, P 25 Oct. 42; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Hon. Richard Wm. Penn Curzon,^ s. Ens. k Lieut, p 14 July 88 ; Lt. k Capt. 
P5 April 44 ; Brev.-Major, 28 May 53 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Ralph Bradford,*<» Ens. k Lieut. p30 Oct. 40 ; Lieut, k Capt. Pl9 Dec. 45 ; 

Capt. k Lt.-Col. 14 July 54. 
8 Michael Bruce, Ens. k Lieut, p 15 Dec. 40; Lieut, k Capt. p30 Dec. 46 ; 

Capt. & Lt.-Col. 14 July 54. 
2 Tho.Sydenham Conway,>^CB., Ens. 14Feb.28; Lt. P26April31 ; Capt.PQ Dee. 

86 ; Brev.-Maj. 4 July 48 ; Mhq. 4 Feb. 53 ; Capt. k Lt. CoL 16 July 64. 

2 Charles Lennox BrownlowMaitland,'* Em.k Lt. p9 April 41 ; Lt. k Capt. 
P 27 Mar. 46; Brev. Maj. 15 Sept. 48; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 28 Sept. 54. 

3 Lord Arthur Hay,*^ s. Ens. k Lieut, p 30 April 41 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 8 Apr. 
46; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 19 Oct. 54. 

Henry Edward Montresor,** Ens. 15 Dec. 40 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 18 May 41; 
Lt. & Capt. P 18 May 46 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 6 Nov. 54. 
1 His Serene Highness Prinze Wm. Aug. Edw. of Saxe Weimar, ^^Ene. 1 June 41 ; 

Ens. kLt.PS June 41 ; Lt. k Capt. p 19 May 46 ; Brev. Mqi, 20 June 54 ; 

Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec.54 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 18 May 55 ; Col. 6 Oct. 55. 
3 Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton Stuart, Ens. k Lieut. p26 Oct. 42; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 12 Feb. 47 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 19 June 65. 
3 Lord Frederick John FitzRoy,*^ Ene. p 18 Sept. 40 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 14 July 

43 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 31 Mar. 48 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 22 June 55. 
3yilliers LaTonche Hatton, Ens. 17 Jaly 40; Lt. P 10 Feb. 48; Capt. 

P 22 June 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p 29 June 65. 
8 Henry Fred. Ponsonby, Ens. 27 Dec 42 ; Lt. p 16 Feb. 44 ; Capt. P 18 Jnly 



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53 



LiBtTTS. AKD CAPTAIXS. 

CuthbertGeo.EIlisoDy'^t 7.-c. 2NoY.fi5^. 

Alfred Tipping," Mt{f. 12 Dec 64 

John Francis Cust 

W. Henry B. de Horsey** /.-«. 2 Nov. 66 
G. Wentworth Alex.Higgin8oii,>*t«. 

Mqj- W Dec. 64 

Aug.HenryLaneFox,*<'#. M^f, is Doe.64 

Charles Wilson Randolph 

Fred. Aug. Tbesiger, #. MaJ, S Not. 66 
Hon, Arthur Frederick Egerton^ t 

Sidney Burrard 

William Samuel Moraut < 



Edward Henry Cooper • 

Edwyn S. Bumaby,'* *. Afaj. 8 Nor. 

John Davie Ferguson Davie .... 

W.Gordon CameroD,''«. Maj.24 Apr. 66 
I i9irCharlefRu8sell,B^,^«.if<i/.9NoT.66 
I Cameron I<fevllle Hogge 

John AlmeriuB Digby^* 

William Thomas Francis Wallace, «. 

Frederiek Charles Keppel, Aii^ 

William Andrew M. Barnard, ...... 

Claud Alexander,** Add • 

John Murray^ 

Arthur Edw. Yalette Ponsonby,*^ *. 

John Montagu Burgoyne** 

Alexander Mitchell,^ « 

Alexander, Viscount Balgonle,*' «. . . 

Charles Napier Sturt,** «. . 



Henry William Verschoyle** .... 
Fred. Tho. Arthur Hervey Bathurst** 
Hon. William Francis Forbes** .... 

Robert Anstruther, Aiy 

Robert William Hamilton** 

Hon, John B. J. Dormer 

Fitz Roy Aug. Talbot Clayton** . . 
Thomas Harvey Barmston** .... 
Richard L. O. Pearson, s, Maj, 2 Nov. 66 

William Salisbury Ewart 

Francis George Stapleton** 

John Byron Blenkfnsopp Coulson • 

Hon, Amias Poulett, s • • • 

George Arthur Ferguson 

EKSIONS and LlBUTB. 

S. A. B. JBarl of Carrick 

Henry Charles Eden Malet .' . 

Hon, John Constantino Stanley . . . 

Edward Wm. Lloyd Wynne 

Wm. D., Vise, Stormont 

Clifton Gascoigne 

Wm. P. Earl of Sefton 

Fra. W. Vise, Hood..... 

William Lewis Stuckley Buck . . . 

Henry Edward Clive 

Henry Fanshawe Davies 

Patrick ieith Murray 

Sudeley Chas. Geo. Hanbury Tracy . 

William Henry Pamell 

Alfred Walter Thynne 

Philip Smith 

Reginald John Boiler 

Douglas Loftus 

Arch. Chas. Henry Douglas Pennant 
John Arch. Stewart Nicolson .... 

Lewis Guy Phillips 

Sir Henry Fletcher, Bart 

John Julius Johnstone 

Edmund Fllmer 

Hon, Arthur Annesley 



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P 2 Aug. 44 
P22 Nov. 44 

P 14 Feb. 45 
P 16 May 45 

23 Mar. 45 
P 28 Nov. 45 
P30Dec. 45 
P 3AprU46 
P 19 May 46 
Pll Sept 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P June 46 
P 6 Aug. 47 
? 30 Mar. 47 
P 3 Mar. 48 
P 81 Mar. 48 
P 23 Feb. 49 
P 11 May 49 
P 15 Mar. 60 
P 9 Aug. 50 
P16 Aug. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
P]3Dec. 60 
P 14 Feb. 51 
P 19 April 51 
P 16 May 51 
17 Dec. 52 
P21 Jan. 53 
P27 May 53 
P 21 Apr. 64 
8 July 63 
6 June 54 
4 April 51 
P 11 Aug. 54 

12 Mar. 62 
P 28 Oct. 53 
P 14 Dec. 53 
P 15 Dee. 53 

P 16 Dec. 63 
P 24 Feb. 54 
P 17 Mar. 54 
P27 Jane 64 
P21 July 54 
27 Oct. 64 

17 Nov. 54 

18 Jfoy. 54 
1 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

19 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

21 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 54 
6 Jan. 

19 Jan. 
P 9 Feb. 

13 Feb. 
P 16 Mar. 56 
P 25 May 55 
P 16 June 66 
P 9 Feb. 56 
P 20 July 55 
P31 Aug. 55 
P 10 Aug. 66 



P 10 April 49 
p 7 May 47 
P 1 June 40 
p 22 Mar. 50 

P 12 July 60 

P 2 Aug. 60 

P15 Feb. 50 

P27 Dec. 50 

p 17 Jan. 51 

p 2 May 61 

P 6 July 69 

p 15 Aug. 48 

p 27 May 68 

P 24 June 53 

p 16 July 58 

P 18 Sept. 68 

P 24 Feb. 54 

P 9 Nov. 49 

20 June 54 

20 June 64 

14 July 54 

14 July 64 

14 July 64 

20 July 68 

17 Oct. 64 

19 Oct. 64 

6 Not. 64 

6 Nov. 64 

22 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 54 

P 18 May 66 

P 8 June 55 

P 18 June 56 

P 22 June 55 

P 13 July 66 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

P80Mar.66 

P 10 Aug. 65 

P 9 Oct. 65 

P 16 Nov. 65 

P8ON0T. 65 



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54 



1*/ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot CruarJs. 



Tetn' Serr. 



Pull 
Paj. 

8 
3 
7 



81 



Hair 
Pay. 



18 





16 





16 





2 





3 





2 





2 





2 






Acyutants* 

2 Capt, Frederick Charles Keppel,21 April 54. 

1 Capt. Robert Aostruther, 3 Aug. 56. 

3 Capt. Claud Alexander,*^ 23 No?. 55. 

Quarter-Masters. 

2 9 Sift John Payne,'^ 31 Aug. 15. 

2 John LiUey,»» 8 June 30. 

1 John Atkinson, 28 Feb. 51. 

3 Eran Collins, 2 March 55. 

Surgean-Meyor. 

2 Geo. Brown, 20 Dec. 54; Batt, Surg, 20 June 40; Asst.-Surg. 12 Jan. 26 ; 

lHosp.'Assisi. 21 April 26. 

Battalion-Surgeons. 

3 George Kleazar Blenkins^'^ 1 Oct. 54 ; AssUt.-Surg. 13 April 38. 
Charles R. Nlcoll,'^ 29 Dec. 54 ; AssUt.-Surg. 26 June 40. 

3 James John Marjoribanks Wardrop,'* 2 Mar. 55 ; Assist.-Surg. 21 May 41. 

Assistant-Surgeons. 
3 Henry John Hughes Lawrence,^ 24 Feb. 54. 
3 Constantine Caridi Read,^ 13 May 53. 
~ Gilbert Prout Girdwood, 24 No?. 54. 

2 William Ralph Lane, 29 Dec. 54. 

3 Frederick Gastavus Hamilton, 28 April 54. 

Solicitor.^lSdwt^d White, 20 Feb. 55. 

Ist Battalion returned from Portugal, 1828. 

2nd Battalion returned from Canada, 22 Oct. 1842. 

9rd Battalion Embarked on Eastern Expedition, 22 Feb. 1854. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

War Office^ ^ih Juiy 181 S. 

Tjta Prxvob Rbovxt, m a mark of Hffl Rojal Approbation of the dtttlng^ithed gallantry of the Brigade 
of Foot Ouardt in tba Victory of Waterloo, haa been pleased, in the name and on the behalf of Hit M ^eaty, 
to approTe of all the Ensigns of the Three Regimenta of Foot Guards having the Rank of Lieutenants, and 
that saeh Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointments to Ensigiicies in the Foot Quards, in the 
•ame manner as the Lieutenants in those Regiments obtain the Rank of Captain. 

His Royal Highness has also been pleased to approve of the First Regiment of Foot Guards being made a 
Regiment of Grenadiers, and styled ** The Firtt^ or Ormadier RegimeiU of Foot OvardM," in commemo- 
ration of their having defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guards upon this memorable occasion. 



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Ist (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 54a 

I CoIomI Ridley lenred In tho BMtora eampalfn of ia'S4-fi6, ineludlog the ilege of SebMtopoI (Medal) 
S Colonel Hamilton lerTed the Bastern campaign of 1M4, Incladinf the haUlee of Alma, Baiaklava, 
and Inkerman (MTerely woundfd), and sSege of Sebattopol (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Colonel Hon. George CaUoffan serred the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alm%, 
Balakla*a, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Colonel Gordon served on the staff throughout the ISasiem campaign of 1854, including the battles 
of the Alma, Balaklara. and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Colonel Hon. H. U. M. Perer served the Eastern campnlcn of 1854, including the battlea of Alma 
(wonnd«*d). Ba>aklava, and Inkerman (wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Colonel Brownrigg served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inker* 
man, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Hon. UeuU-Col. Curson served as Alde-de-Camp to Sir George Cathcart in the Kaffir war In 186S-4 
(Medal), for which service he was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major. 

10 Llcut.-Oolonel Bradford served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battlea of Alma, 
BalaUaTa, and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

IS Lt .CoL CM*ars«v«d throogfaeut ttia opentloni la Sdnde ( McdalX laelttdlnf thetettles of MMsase ad Hfdenbed i 
■ad he wmanded the Light Company (detached) at the prerloat defence of the Betideney at Hyderahad. Be aerred also 
the caoipalgn In the Sonthem Maharatta eouatry, and wai prcsentat the Investmtnt and capture of Paaallaaad Powag hut. 

19 Uent-Colonel MaiUand served the campaign of 18ie-47 against the Kaffirs (Medal), as Miliurj 
Secretary to Sir X*eregrine MaiUand, and received the rank of Brevet M^Jor for his services. Served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854 as D. A. AdJ.-Oen. to the 4th Division, including the battles of Alma, Baia- 
klava, and Inkerman (daneerously wounded), and s{<^e of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp«). 

14 Lord Arthur Hay serred the SutleJ Campaigner 1845-Oas Aide-de-Camp to Lord Hardinge,and whf 
present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Served also In the Crimea (Medal). 

15 Lieut-Colonel Moniresor scrve.l in the Crimea (Meda'). 

lA Colonel Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar sorved the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battles of Alma, Ralaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded in the tranches, 10th Oct.) : 
Medal and Clasps. 

17 Lord Pn*deriek FltiRoy served under Sir Robert Stopford during the operations on the coast of Syria 
in 1840 (Medal). 

]7f Ueut.-Colone1 Ellison landed in the Crimea on the 10ih Oct. 1854, from which period he served at 
Brigade Mi^or with the Briuade of Guards, and wm present at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman 
(promoted Brevet Major), and siege of Seba«topol (Medal and Cla»p«). 

IS Major Tipping served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and sivge of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasips). 

10 Mi^or de Horsey served In the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

IIH Lteat.-Colonel Hli ginson served the Eastern campaign of 1854, as Adjutant of the Srd Battalion 
Grenadier Guards, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

50 Mi||or Lane Fox served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 as a D. A. A4Jt.-Gen., iaelndlng the battle 
of Alma (Medal and Clasp). 

51 Mi^r Bumaby iserved In the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battle of Inkerman and 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clssp). 

99 M^r Cameron served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battle of Alma and siege 
of s«bastopol (severely wounded in the trenches, seth Oct.) whilst in command of the volunteer sharp - 
shooten of the brigade of Guards (Medal and Clasps). 

SO Captains Alexander, Murray, and Mitchell served In the Crimea (Medal). 

S4 CapUin Ponsonby served with the 49rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 1851-58 (Medal). 

99 Ckaptain Bnigoyne served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, indading the battle of Alma (severely 
wonnded) : Medal and Clasp. 

9S Ciptnin Sturt served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the batUes of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

97 Sir Charles RusseU served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Bala- 
klava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

99 Captains Verschoyle and Bathurst served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Includlng,(he battles of Alma, 
Bjlaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

90 Captains Hon. W. P. Forbes and Clayton served In the Crimea (Medal). 

00 Capt. Hamilton served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma (wounded), Bala- 
klava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (»fedal and Clasps). 

91 QnartermasterPayne served in Sicily in 1 806 and 7; in 1808 and in Spain, and present In the actions 
of Sabagnn, Benevente, Lugo, and Corunna ; subsequently at Walcheren. He served also the campaigns of 
1819, 19, 14, and 15, in the Peninsula, France, andFlandera, and was present in the actions of the Pyrenees, 
siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage ol the BIdassoa and of the Nive, battle of Nivelle, action at 
the Mayor's House, sortie and investment of Bayonne, battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, capture of 
Peronnennd of Paris, and subsequently with the Army of Occupation. He has received the War Medal 
with three Clasps for Comnna. Nivelle, and Nive. 

93 Qr.-Matter Lliley served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Bala- 
klava (Medal and Clasps). 

S9 SorgeonsBienkins and Nicoll, and Assist.-Surgeons Lawrence and Read served In the Crimea (Medal). 

94 Surgeon Wardrop served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman (Medal and Clasps). 

85 Captain Barmston served with the Bifle Brigade In the Kaffir war of 1859-58 (Medal). Also the 
Eastern cnhipaign of 1854-56. Including the battles of Alma, BalakUva, and Inkerman, and siege of 
Scba<t<9ol (Medal and Clasps). 

88 Obtain Stapleton served with the 48rd Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1851-59 (Medal). 

87 Lord Balgonle served the Eastern canpaign of 1854 as Aide-de-Camp to General Bentinck, Including 
the batde of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

98 Oipialn Digby served with the 19th Uncert In the Kaffir war of 1851-58 (Medal). 



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Tears' Serv. 



63 



Full 



88 



10 



Half 



CoUUtream Regiment of Foot Ouards. 

" UlV0BLL«8/*-Th6 te»fii«. with the words " EGYPT »• « TALAVERA " « BARB08A " 
•• PENINSULA" " WATERLOO" " ALMA" " INKBRMAN " "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel. 
9 USA John Earl o/ Strafford,* GCB. & GCH.^fU. 80 Sept. 1708; Li. 1 Dee. 
93; CapU 84 May 04; Lieut.-Col, 14 March 1800; Coi. 9d July 10; 
Mqjar-Oen, 4 June 18; Zieut^-Oen, 27 May 26; <?«*. 28 Nov. 41 ; Field 
Marthal, 2 Oct. 66 ; CoU ColdBtream Guards, 16 Aug. 60. 
Lieut.'Colonel, 
Hon. George Frederick Upton,' CB. JSns. P24 April 28; Lieut. P20 Oct. 26 ; 
Capt. P12Dec. 26; -Ifq/or, p 16 June 37 ; Xicu^-Co/. p 16 April 41 ; Col. 
11 Nov. 61 ; Mi^for, 2U Jane 64; Lt.-Col. 20 Feb. 66. 
Mqfore. 

1 Gordon Drammond, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 10 June 26 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. p 3 Aug. 
80 ; Capt.ScLt.'Col. i'29 March 44; Col. 20 June 64 ; Mqj. 20 June 64, 

2 Lard Frederick Paulet,* Ens. Sc Lieut. 11 June 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 21 Sept. 
30; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. p8 May 46; Col. 20 June 64; Mqj' SO Feb. 66. 

Captains k Lieut.-Colonels. 

1 Henry Daniell,^7U. ft Xi«v«. p 18 Aug. 29; Lieut. ^ Capt. p27 Mar. 86; 
Brev.-Mqjor, Nor. 46 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p^ Oct. 47 ; Col. 26 Not. 64. 

2 William Samuel Newton/ Ens. k Lieut. p6 Dec. 34; Lieut, k Capt. P31 
Dec. 89 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 26 Feb. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 

1 Spencer Perceval, Ens. k Lieut. PIS Jan. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. P16 Oct. 41 ; 
Capt. k Lt.-Col. P23 June 48 ; Col. 2ft Nov. 64. 

2 Thomas Montagu Steele,* CB. s. Cornet 12 Jan. 88 ; Ens. k Lt. p 20 July 88 ; 
Lt. k Capt. f* '29 Mar. 44 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. P81 Oct. 61 ; Col. 29 June 66. 

2 William Mark Wood,* Ensign, p22 July 86 ; Lieut. 24 May 41 ; Capt. P20 

Aug. 44; Capt. j> Lieut.-Col. p 18 Dec. 63. 
] Charles Lygon Cocks, Ens. p28 July 38; Ens. (^ Lieut, P24 Jan. 40; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 7 Aug. 46; Capt k Lt.-Col. 20 June 64. 
1 James Halkett/ ^n«. p7 June 39; Ens. 4* Lieut. P28 April 41; Lieut, k 

Capt. 1 July 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 20 June 64. 
1 Dudley Wilmot Carleton,*2fM<i:t^^ p 10 April 40; Ens. Sf Lieut, p 11 June 

41 ; Lieut k Capt. P 18 July 47 ; Capt k Lt.-Col. 14 July 64. 

1 Arthur St. George H. Stfpney,'* Ens. P16 May 34; Lieut. PlO Nov. 37 ; 
Capt. P16 April 42; Brevet Mojor, 3 April 46; Major, p9 July 60; 
Brevet Lt'Col. 20 June 64; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 15 July 64. 

2 James Talbot Airey,''C.B. s. Ens. 11 Feb. 30 ; Lieut. p3 May 38; Capt. P 22 
July 42; Mt^or, 11 Nov. 61 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 16 July 64. 

1 Charles SedleyBurdett, 2nd Lieut. P21 Oct. 86; Lt6u^.26 June 41 ; Lieut. 

k Capt. P 29 Oct. 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 22 Aug. 64. 
1 Francis William Newdigate, Ens. 30 Dec. 40; Ens. ^ Lieut. P13May42; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 10 Deo. 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 4 Sept. 64. 

1 UlUck Canning Lord Dunkellin/* Ens. k Lieut, p 27 Mar. 46; Lieut, k Capt. 
P27 April 49; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P8 Nov. 64. 

2 William Gregory Dawkins,>^^fM. p 2 Aug. 44; Ens. k Lieut. P 6 Sept. 44 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 26 April 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.-CoL 6 Nov. 64. 

2 Clement William Strong." Ens. 18 Jan. 89; Lieut. Q May 42; Capt. p I 

Sept. 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 6 Nov. 64. 
2 Francis Wm. Heory, Lord Burgherab,'? s. Ens. 24 Feb. 48 ; Lt. 26 July 44 ; 

Capt,f 1 Aug. 48; Brev. Mqj. 7 June 49; Mqjor, P22 April 68; Brev. 

Lieut.-Col. 20 Sept. 64 ; Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
2 Hon. Arthur Edward Hardinge,'* Ens. P 7 June 44; Lt. 22 Dec. 46; Capt. 

P 1 June 49; Brevet Mqjor, 12 Dec. 64; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 20 Feb. 66. 
2 Hon. Percy Robert Basil Feilding,^' Ens. p 8 Aug. 46 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 7 Aug. 

46; Lieut, ^p Capt. 21 Aug. 61 ; Brev.-Mqi. 12 Dec. 64 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 

P 28 Nov. 66. 
1 WiUiam Henry Reeve, Ens. k Lima. p29 Dec. 46 ; Lima, k Capt. p 22 Aug. 

61 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. P80 Nov. 66. 
1 Charles Baring «» Ens. k Lieut, p 2 July 47 ; Lieut, k Capt. v 29 April 

68 ; Breo.'Msoor 12 Dec 64; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p21 Dec. 66. 



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9 





9 





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LXBUTBNANTB AND CaPTAINB. 



CORNET, 
2d LIEUT. 
OR BN8ION. 



1 J.HalkettLeCouteur,«>t3/<v.8NoT.«5 p 3 May 44 

1 Henry Armytage*' Major 12 Dec. 64! 

2 Hon. Henry Wm. John Byng 

1 ArthurJohnB.Thellu88on,ifq;.9NoT.fi5 



ENSIGN 
AND LIEUT. 

~27~Mi^6 

P 30 July 47 

27 Aug. 47 

P 10 Dec. 47 



LIEUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 

16 Mar. 53 
P 13 Dec. 63 
P 8 Mar. 64 

20 June 64 



TMrt'Scrr. 






IV. 



CoUttream JUgiment of Foot Cfuardt. 



66 



LZBUraiTAKTB AMD CAPTAXKS. 



1 P. Sambrook Crawley,** jf ^^ 12 Dec. C4. 
1 9t> James Dunlop,*^ St. if«/.SMov.(w 

1 Gerald LitUehalea Goodlake^ 

1 QeorKe,LordBiughBm^M^f. 17 Juij 65 

' ^4^.11 Dee. 6ft 

1 HarToy Tower*' 

1 Hon. William Henry Welleileyy «. . . 

2 Arthur James Fremantle, Aiff 

1 Hon. Wm. Henry Fellding 

1 Michael Walker Heneage^ 

1 Zard Eustace H.B. G. Cecil 

1 Christopher Blackett*"t 

8 George Robert Fitsroy'^ 

2 James Alfred Caulfleid 

2 Hon, Wm. Geo. Boyle," Moj. is Dec.54. 
2 JohnAuffustusConolly^'jriv. 17 Juir m 
2 Henry Fltsharding Berkeley Maxse><> 

Mqf. 17 Julj 65 

Hon. William Archer Amherst ** . . 

Hon, Richard MoDck» 

Charles Greenhlll 

Henry Clarke Jervoise, s 

St. Vincent B. Hawkins WhiUhed'* 
2 Hon. Henry Walter Campbell, 9. . . 

ENfllOlfSAND LlBUTS. 

I Julian Hamilton Hall 

1 Godfrey James Wigram'* 

1 Arthur Lambton** 

1 George Ernest Rose^ 



OORKBT, 
20 I.IBI7T. 
OR SNaiGK. 



P 2 Mar. 47 
»»14iune60 

P 29 Dec. 48 
P 17 Jan. 51 



10 Dec. 
13 Feb. 



P21 Nov. 61 
21 Dec. 44 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 2d Feb. 48 



BHSIOir 

AHB UBUT. 



2 Mar. 40 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 



P IS May 63 



P 23 June 48 
P 27 April 49 
P 27 June 6] 

P 14 Oct. 61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P 23 July 62 
P 29 April 69 
P 26 July 63 
P 13 Dec. 63 
PI 8 Jan. 64 
1 Oct, 47 
P 8 Apr. 63 
P 14 Sept. 62 
Pie Sept. 6i 
P 26 Aug. to 

P 1 June 40 
P 8 Mar. 64 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P22Apr. 63 
P 8 Apr. 68 
P 1 Aug. 64 
21 Not. 64 



UBVT. 
AMD 

cArrAxw. 



I Charles Pierrepoint Lane Fox*« . 

1 Sir William Forbes, Bart 

1 Hon. William Edwardes 

1 Henry John Bagot Lane 

1 Alexander William Adair 

1 William Fred. Ernest Seymour . 

2 Stapleton Thomas Mainwaring . 
2 Hon. Edward Henry Legve . . . 
2 Edward Strelley Pegge Biirnell . 

2 Walter SUrling*» 

2 Fred. Horace Arthur Seymour . 

2 Richard Hasel Thnrsby 

2 Norman Bumnnd 

2 Fred. Charlee Buller 



P27 July 66 



2 Aug. 64 

3 Aug. 64 

4 Aug. 64 
P 24 Aug. 64 

21 Sept. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 
P 24 Nov. 64 

16 Jan. 66 

17 Jsn. 66 

18 Jan. 66 

19 Jan. 66 
P 12 Feb. 66 
P 13 Feb. 66 

23 Feb. 66 

24 Apr. 66 
4 May 66 

P 26 Oct. 66 
P 30 Nov. 66 



14 July 64 
14 July 64 
14Jaly 64 

22Aag.64 
4 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 
6 Nov. 64 

16 Dee. 64 
23 Dee. 64 
26 Dec. 64 
4 Feb. 64 
20 Dec 64 

12 Jan. 66 

13 Jan. 64 

22 Deo. 64 

29DMS. 64 
4 Mar. 66 

23Miir.66 
6 July 66 
6 Apr. 66 
2 Oct. 66 

10 June 66 



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Si VMS wswassa' 



A^utants.^9 Capt. Arthur James Firemantle, 2 Oct. 66. 

1 Capt, George Lord Bingham, 21 Dec. 66. 
Quarter-Matters.--^ Arthur Hurle, 13 Feb. 62. 

1 Alexander Falconer,'' 1 July 63. 
Surgeon'MoioT, — 2 James Monro, M.D. 20 Feb. 63; Surgeon^ 4 April 61; 

AseUt.'Svrg. 2 Nov. 32. 
Batt.'Surg.^l Joseph Skelton," M.D. 20 Feb. 63 -, AiH$t.'Surg. 2 Sept 46. 
AstUtant'Surg9on$.^l John Wyatt,** 17 June 61. 

2 Charles Yidler Cay, 12 Jnne 46. 
1 John William Trotter, 26 May 64. 

1 Thomas Lawes Rogers, 8 Dec. 64. 

2 Francis Bowen, M.D. 11 May 66. 
50/ict^(»*.— William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Facings Blue^Agenis, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

Elit Battalion Bmbarlked on Eastern Expedition^ 22 F«6. 1864.] 
2nd Battalion returned from Canada ^t&th Oct. 1842.] 

1 Mfvadvitk Ik* SSiAiB nu4tn •Bdlik HoUaadin 1794 and 0S, aad waaveudad at Oaldamalaas. Xa 

id Gaaidi in Um expeditions to Hanover la 1806 ; to Copcnhafcn in 180? ; and to Welekeren in ISOtl— 4a 

witk tka Baaarva under Sir J. Hope, and commanded kia adtance, compoeed of tke Orenadier Baitaliok af 

a detackment of tke Mtk BiSee; in tkia commend be ebarced a detackment of Dntek troops, taktef tome 

arda of a koadred men priionen. In 181 1 ke joined tke Bncade of Onarda in Portwals ana in September 

waa nominated to tke command of a Brigade, in tke 2nd Divuion under Lord HIU. He was prceent witb it 

mcata and aSairs witk tkeenemy in tke soatk of Spain— and daring tke period of tke eiege of Civdad Bodrigo 

* in comisaad to Idanka Nova witk kis own Brifade and some cavalry to observe tke movements of a oorpa 



adad by Oen. Poy, at Coria. Upon Lord iffil^iringtke niinjbidy of tke Army attfce e 



I of 1811^ ke waa enfagad in tke several aetiona of Vittoria. of tke Pyrenees, of f^r^^ '^^ •^^ 
; ia tWsio*riag«rS8nf ireUi and attack of th« fortlSed camp,-woaaded aiid fcad twa kor^ 



67 Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards. 

bin I at Cambo, in drivinf tlM taumfu ontpoats and reeonnoitriaf the TMe-de.Pont : in the paMaga of the Niva aad thc 
aAir befora Bayonna on tha l>th Dae. 181S, when the Sad Dlx»(» ^n» attacked by lix Dividons of the French Afaoy 
eonunanded byManhal Soalt: in thia action ha had a bona •hotaadar him. On the 14th Feb. at the eonuaaneement of 
tha eampaicn of 1814. he wm enfeged with the Bear Ooaid of the enemy at EapeUette; and on the ibllowinf day waa 
amployedin the attack of the heigKu above Garria. He waa in the rabaequentaetionaof Orthea and Aire: and he repnleed 
the enemy at Garlia. He was aUo engaged with his brigade at the battle of Toulouse. He commanded a Brigade of Gnarda 
at the battle of Waterloo ; and commanded the first corps of the British Army firom Waterloo to Faris»— took the fortified 



city of Peroone on tbe march, and subsequently poase*»ion of Paris by occupyiag the heights of Belle Ville and Mont- 
martre. His Lordship has received the Gold Cross and one Clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Kite and On has ; and 
tbe Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Toulouse. 



a Colonel Hon. Geoqe Upton senred In ttoe lit Battalion of Coldstream Guards thronghoutthe BasUm campaign of 1864. 
inelndiag the battles of the Alau, Balaklava. and Inkcrman (wounded sad hone killed), and siege of Bebastopol (Medal 
and Clasps). 

8 Lord Frederick Paalet lerred the Eaatem campaign of 1854, including the bittlet of Alma (hone 
killed), Balaklara, and Inkennan, and liege of 8ebaetopnl (Medal and Glaspa). 

8t Colonel Daniall accompanied the Snd Batalion Coldstream Guards to North America in 1838 on tha oeeashm of 
tha insurraetaon in Canada, and returned Aom thence in 1842. Joined the 1st Battalion in the Crimea and serrcd with it 
In the trenches during the siege in 186i, and was in command of the Battalioa at tha period of the attack on tha Bedaa 
tbe 8th Sepc and ■abee«nantliiill of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

4 Colonel Newton senred in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Balaklara and 
Inkermani and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Colonel Steele serred the Bastem campaign oflB54-U sa KlHtary Secretary to Lord Bagluit Including tbe battles 
of the Alma, BaUklava. a^ Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Modal and Clasps). 

Lieut -Col. Wood senred the Raatem campaign of IdM, including cIm battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Lieat^Col. Halkett serred in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of BalaklaTa and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Lleut.-CoI. Carleton served in tha Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Lieut-Colonel Stepney served with the 80th Regt. in the SutleJ campaign of 1846-6: the command 
of tbe Regiment devolved npon him on the evening of the 21st Dec. at the battle of Feroseshah, which 
he retained during the night of the 91st, and the action of the 88nd Dec 1845 (wounded), and during the 
remainder of the active part of the campaign, until severelj wounded bj a grapeshot at the conclusion of 
the battle of Sobraon, 10 Feb. 1848 (Meaal and one Clasp). 

11 Lieut-Colonel Airey acted as Aide<de.Camp to Sir Robert Sale at the storming of the Khoord Csbool Pass In Oct. 1851. 
and had bis horse shot under him. He served as Aide>dc-Camp to MaJor-Oen. BIphinstone, In AOghanlstaa, from January 
1841, and was present In every skirmish or sortie oaade by the garrison f^om the cantonments during the tauuRvctioa at 
CabooU and was afterwards given up as a hostage. He acted as Aide-da-Camp to Sir John M'Caskill at the stnnning of 
IstaliO; and was present wittt the Butt at the battle of Punnlar (Medal). Served the Bastem campaign of 1864-M as 
Asslst..Qr«-Mr. Oen. of the Light Division, including the batUes of tbe Atana, BalaUava, and Inkeman, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Lord Dunkellin served in the Bastem campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebas- 
topol, until Uken prisoner In front of the trenches before daylight on the 2Snd Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Lieot.-Col. Dawklns served the Bastem campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Bala- 
klava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Ueut.-Col. Strong serred the Eastem campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lord Burghersh served in the I'ui^aub campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle of Qoojerat 
(Medal), for which he received the rank of Brevet-Major. Served also in the Eastern campaign of 1854, 
as Alde-de-Camp to Lord Raglan, Including the battle of Alma, the despatches of which he conveyed to 
England, and received the rank of Brevet Lieut.-Colonel (Medal and Clasp). 

18 The Hon. Lleut.-Colonei Hardinge served as AIde>de-Camp to Lord Hardlnge throughout the epm- 
paign on the Suilej in 1845-6, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah, and Sobraon, for 
which he has received a Medal and two Cla^pa ; served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D. A. Q. M. 
Oen. of the 3rd Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps). 

19 LIeut.-Colonel Hon. Percy Fielding served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Brigade Mijor to the 
Brigade of Guards at the battle of Alma, aod on the sUffof the 1st Division at the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman (severelj wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

80 Lient.-Cul. Baring served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma (severely 
wounded — arm amputated) (Medal and Clasp). 

20t Major Le Contour served in the Crimea from the winter of 18t4 (Medal and Clasp for Sebaalopol). 

81 Majors Armitage and Sir James Uunlop, andCapts. Ciawley and Tower, served the tastera campaign 
of 1854, Including tha battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

88 Captain Ooodlake served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Modal and Clasps). 

88 Lord Bingham served the Easiera campaign of 1854, as Alde-de-Camp to Lord Lucan, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (Medal and Clasps). 

80 (Saptain Heneage served in the Eostera campaign of 1864, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

86t Captain Blackeit served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the OSrd Highlanders, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

87 CapUIn FItxroj served tiie Eastern campaign of 1854, in the 41st Regt, Including the battles of Almn 
and Inkennan (severely wouaded), and siego of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

88 M^Jor Hon. W. O. Boyle served the Eastern campaign of 1854, as Aide-de-Carop to Sir De Lacy 
Evans, including the battles in the Crimea, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

SB Major Conolly served the Eastern campaign of 1854, in tbe 40th Regt., Including tbe battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol: was dangerously wounded (Aot through the body) at the repulse of tbe 
powerful sortie on the 80th October. 

80 M^{or Mazse served the Eastern campaign of 1854, as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Cardigan, Including 
the battles of Alma and Balaklava (wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

SI Captain Hon. R. Monek served with the 48rd Regt. in the Kaffir war in 1858 (Medal). 

88 Captain Hon. William Amherst served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of 
Balaklava and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

SS Quartermaster Falconer, Sureeon Skelton, and Assist- Surgeon Wyatt, served the Eastem campaign 
of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

84 Captain Wltshed, Lieuts* ^'igram, Lambton, Rose and Fox served at tbe siege of Sebastopol (Medal). 

S4t Captain Hon, H. W. Campbell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, as Aide-de-Camp to Sir 
William Codrington (Medal and Clasps). 

S5 Lieut Stei ling served as Midshipmin on board H.M.8. Britannia at the attack on the Forts of 
Sebastopol, 17 Oct. 1854. 

SC AssUt..Snrseon Trotter serred the Eastem campaign of 1S54-S5, uicluding tbe siege and faU of Bebastopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 



Digitized by \^jOO*2 It,' 



Sc<^ Fusilier Guards. 



58 



« LINOBLLBS"~Th« "Bphynx,** with Ui« wonb, " EGYPT" "TALATBRA** •< BARBOflA** 
"PEHINSULA" "WATERLOO*' "ALMA" "INKERMAN" '< 8EVAST0P0L." 



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HUBoyal Highnea George W.F.C. Duks qf Cambridge,' KG. KP.GCB. 
GCMG. Colonel, 3 Not. 37 ; Miyor-General, 7 May 46 ; Lieut.'Gm. 19 
June 54; Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 28 Sept. 62. 

Lieut.'Cohmel. 

Geoi^ MoncriefT, Bnt. k, lAeui, p8 April 26; Lieut, k. Capt. p6 July 30; 

Capt, & Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40; Co/. 11 Nov. 51; LUut.^Col. 20 June 54. 

Mqfors. 

1 Edward Walter Forestier Walker,* CB. Ens, icLt.PS Mar. 27 ; Xf. & Capt. 
P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. & Lieut. -Col. p6 Dec. 44 ; Mcff. & Col. 20 June 54. 

2 William John Ridley,^ JSm, ic Lieut, p 10 June 35 ; Una. k Capt. p 24 May 
39; Capt. Sc Lieut. -Col. p24 Nov. 48; Col. 28 Nov. 54; Major 15 Dee. 54. 



Capt. 



I 



Captains and Lieut.-Colonels. 

1 Francis Seymour/ JBns, p2 May 34; Lieut. PlO June 37; 
P 4 Sept. 40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 28 June 50 ; Col. 30 Sept. 55. 

2 Lord Jamee Charles Plantagenet Murray/ Bns. k Lieut. P 26 May 37 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 1 July 42 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p5 Not. 50. 

1 Charles Assheton Fitz-Hardinge Berkeley/ Ens. p27 May 36; Lieut, p 12 
Aug. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 April 43 ; Bretfet-Major, 15 Sept 48 ; Capt, 
k Lieut.-Col. p 13 Dec. 50. 

2 John Hamilton Elphinstone Dalrymple/ Ens. k Lieut, p 10 Kor. 37 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. P31 Dec. 44 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. P25 Mar. 53. 

2 Henry Perciral de Bathe/ J5^. 4* Lieut. p1 Not. 39; Lieut. Sc Capt. P14 

Feb. 45 ; Capt k Lieut.-Col. P 17 Feb. 54. 
1 George William Fordyce/ J&?t«. P 28 Dec. 32; Lieut. p5 Aug. 37; Capt. 

P3 April 46 ; Major p 14 March 51 ; LUut.-Col. 27 Feb. 52. 

1 Hobert Moorsom/<> Ens. 3 Aug. 30; Ens. k Lieut. 9 21 Sept. 32; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 12 Aug. 37 ; Brev.-Mqj. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 20 June 64. 

2 Fred. Cliarles Arthur Stephenson/^ Ens. k Lieut. 26 July 97 ; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 13 Jan. 43 ; Capt. k Lieut- Col. 20 June 54. 

1 Henry Poole Hepburn/' Ens. k Lieut, p 19 Feb. 41 ; Lieut, k Capt. p2 Oct. 46 ; 
Capt. k Lieut.'Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Francis Haygartli/' Ens. p 14 Feb. 40; Etis. k Lieut, p 21 May 41 ; Lt. k 
Capt. 30 Sept. 47 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 14 July 54. 

1 Hon. Richard Charteris, 2nd Ueut. p 2 Oct. 40 ; LUut. p 7 Oct. 42; Capt. 
P 14 May 47 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 14 July 54. 

2 Fkanklin Lushington/^ CB. Ens. p 16 July 29; Lieut. 10 Oct. 33; Capt. 
P SO Oct. 38; Bree.-Maj. 23 Dec. 42; Maj. p6 Nov. 47; Brev. Lieut.-Col. 
20 June 54 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 15 July 64. 

2 Lambert Lyons Montgomery/' Bns. P22 June 38; Lieut. P17 Jan. 40; Qipt. 

P28 July 43 ; Major 17 Oct. 52 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 15 July 54. 
2 Henry Green WUklnson, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Jan. 43; Lieut, k Capt. 

PlO Dec. 47; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p3 Nov. 54. 
2 Hon. John Strange Jocelyn/^ 2nd Lieut. p7 Oct. 42 ; Ens. k Lieut. P14 

April 43; Lieut, k Capt. P31 Mar. 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 6 Nov. 54. 
2 Patrick L. C. Paget, Ens. 11 Aug. 37; Lieut. ^Q Aug. 41; Capt. p 12 

Dec. 43 ; Brev.-Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Capt.kLt.^Col. 6 Nov. 54. 
1 Xorrf Adolphus F. C. W. Vane-Tempest/ 2nd Ueut. p 7 April 43; Ens. k 

Lt.? 28 Nov.45;Xf. k Capt.Pll HL^y 49; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P\5 Dec. 54. 
1 Hon.Wm. Fred. Scarlett," Cmi«^ p 14 April 46 ; .Bn«.^-i*««r. p12 June46; 

Lieut. ^ Capt. p 23 Nov. 49 ; Brev.-Mtj. 12 Dec. 54 ; Capt. $• Lieut.-Col. 

P 24 AprU 55. 
1 Augustus Wm. Henry Meyrlck/<> Ens. kLt.v^ Sept. 46 ; Lt. k Capt. p 22 

Feb. 50 ; Capt. k Lt.- Col. p 22 June 55. 
1 Charles Holder/® Comet p 26 Oct. 41 ; i>>tt*.P30 July44; Capt. p 6 Apr. 50; 

Capt. k Lieut.-Col p 17 Aug. 56. 



1 The Duke of Cambridge commaDded the Ut DiTiaion of the Eastern Army throughout theeampaiKn 
ori»»4, inriadln^ the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (hof«e thot), and ti«fge orSebaatopol 
(Medal and Clasps). 

9 Colon«fl Walker landed In the Crimea on the SSod Sept. 1854, and commanded the Scots Fusilier Guards 
ia tiM aabseouent campaign. Including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman (recelTod three wounds, 
ew ievera, and had his horse shot under him), klege of Sebastopol (wounded), and repulse of the sortie 

^Mva^mUey^JtS^YMaum campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma (horse shot), 
Bd^£f%«iMl Inkerman, dege of Sebastopol abd lortle on the 96th Cot. (Medal and Clasps). 



59 



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LiBUTBNANTS AND 

Caftains. 

1 WlUlma Altchlwm" 

2 R.NiKelF.Kin^cote,CB.*»/.-c.i7JulyM 

1 Geo.T.Fra.Shuckburgh,«>jfA/.l2Dec4M 

2 Edward Neville,** #. Maj, 18 Deo. 64. 

1 John Daffdale Astley" Maj, 18 Dee. 64 

2 Iftw. W. C. W. Coke" ifttf. 8 Not. 66. 

1 JTon. Alex.E.Fraser«*lfa;.«Nov.65. 

2 Hon, Roger Mostyn 

1 Reginald Gipp»** 

2 Francis Baring ** Maj. 8 Nor. 66 • • • • 

1 Seymour Lionel W. Dawson Darner*' 

2 William Wheatley 

2 E.R.Wetheraa,CB."<.X«.-0»l.l7Juiy66 
2 ArthurC. Greville,*«.Jfi(/.l8DM.64. 

1 Seymour John Blane** •..♦•... 

2 Henry Charles Fletcher, .4(4/.. . 
1 William Wallingford Knollys** 

1 Robert James Lindsay," AiU» • • 

2 George Grant Gordon*' 

1 William, Fi*<?. Ennismore^t •• 

1 James Ross Farquharson*' .... 

2 A. Morgan Hood Grosvenor Gregory*' 

1 John Scott 

2 Raymond Herbart White 

1 Francis Lambton*** 

2 WUliamMure» 

1 Hon. Hugh Annosley," #. •••••• 

1 Archibald Campbell Campbell*^ • . 
1 Charles George Tottenhamw .... 

BNaiGNB AWD LiBUTBWANTS. 

1 Hon. Charles Rowley Hav* .... 

1 George Henry Moncrieff " 

1 Thos. F.ScrymsoureFothringham 
1 Edward Marcus Baresford**' ...... 

1 Robert Farquhar Shaw Stewart^** 

1 /r<m. Edward Brownlow^ 

1 Henry Jelf Sharp 

1 John Paynter 

1 George Williams Knox 

2 Hm. Rodolph Trefuais 

2 Godfrey Wentworth Beaumont*' 

2 Henry Da^id Erskine 

2 Sussex Vane Stephenson 

2 Willoughby Sandilands Rooke . • 

2 Charles Shelley 

2 John Fred. Buller Eiphhutone . . 

2 Frederick Palmer 

2 Hon, Lionel Edward Massey .... 
2 Christopher Peach Pemberton . . 



OOBNBT, 

2d libut. 
OR Birsioir. 



P21 Mar. 46 



1 June 41 
PSl'juiy 46 



P 27 Jane 84 
P 4 April 46 



22 Oct. 60 



P 19 Aug. 61 
P 27 Oct. 48 
10 Apr. 49 
P 22 Apr. 63 
P22 Oct. 47 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P24June6d 



6 June 64 
P 28* Aug. 64 



P17 Mar. 64 
P 20 Oct. 64 



2 Sept. 66 



BNSIOXr 
AND LIBDT. 



P 2 Oct. 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P 20 Sept. 48 
P81 Mar. 48 
P 7April48 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 10 April 49 
P 6 July 49 
p 23 Nov. 49 
p24May 60 
P 22 Aug. 87 

26 Aug. 49 
P28JUI16 60 
P 8 Nov. 60 
P 6 Nov, 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 

13 Feb. 62 
P 14 May 62 
P26 Mar. 63 
P27May 63 
P 22 Oct. 62 
P 13 Apr. 62 
p 28 Oct. 63 
P 11 July 61 

29 July 63 
P 17 Mar. 64 
P 13 Jan. 64 

P 14 Apr. 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
8 Nov. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 

21 Deo. 64 

22 Deo. 64 
26 Deo. 64 
19 Jan. 66 

P 9 Feb. 66 

8 Dee. 64 

P2dJao. 66 

2 Mar. 66 

1 Mayj(6 

P 6 July 66 

P 17 Aug. 66 

21 Sept. 66 

26 Got. 66 

P 21 Deo. 66 



LIBUT. 

AXTD 

OAPTAIN. 



P24May 60 

P28June60 

P 6 Nov. 60 

30 Sept. 50 

PlSApif. 61 

P 26 Mar. 68 

P 13 Jan. 64 

P 17 Feb. 54 

20 June 64 

14 July 64 

14 July 64 

14 July 64 

PlODeo.46 

7 July 64 

Oct. 64 

P 3 Nov.64 

6 Nov.64 

6 Nov. 64 
26 Dee. 64 
26 Dec. 64 
26De«. 64 

P 26 Dec. 64 
20 Dee. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
22 June 66 

P 29 Deo. 64 

7 Aug. 66 
14 Aug. 66 

8 Sept. 66 



A^jtiiants, 
2 Captain H. C. Fletcher, 3 Nov. 64. 

1 Captain Robert James Undsay,^ 14 Aug. 66. 
Quarier'MoMt^t, 

2 John Jones, 2 Sept. 61. 

1 George Allen,'' 8 July 68. 
Surgeon-Mqjor, 

2 Thomas Richardson, 17 Feb. 64; Surg. 22 July 46} Amiit.^Swrg. 4 Deo. 83. 
Battalion'Surp9on, 

1 John Ashton Bostock,>« M.D. 17 Feb. 64 ; A»tiit.*Surg. 8 Feb. 42. 

Astistant'Surffeons. 
1 Frederick Robinson," M.D. 19 Nov. 47. 

1 Arthur Guy Elkington,** 11 Mar. 68. 

2 Francis Bramley Baker, 8 Mar. 64. 

1 Henry Turner,** 19 May 64. 

2 George Perry,** 29 Jan. 66. 

SolieUor, — ^Wilmer Wilmer, 27 Dec. 33. Faeingi Blne.^-^^tn^, Messrs. Cox St Co. 
ll«( BmttmUoH wmkarhU 9n th4 BmtUm Map§di*im, 88 F«ft. 1M4.) 
[tnd Sa<telfof» §miairhid M ths VHhtrUmdt JTm. ItlS, mU rthnm^A frwm Fr«m§ Jtm» IllO. ««r#sil tm 
Portugal from I>§c. 1886 to Harc^ 1888.] 



Scots Fusilier Gtutrds. 60 

4 Colonel Seymour Mired the Battern eampeifn of 1864.^, Indnding the battlefl of Alma, BelAklaTi. 
and Inkennen (woiuidedXiief« of Sebaetopel (woanded) and eortle oa the Mth Oet. (Medal aad Clwpe). 

Lord Jemee Murray ienred the Ea«tero campaign of 18M-M, includinf the battle* of Balaklava aad 
lokcrman, ai«>fe of 8eha«topol and sortie on the S8fh Oct. (Medal and CItspi) 

6 Lteot.-Colonel Berkeley wa« Military SeereUry to Lieut.- Oeiierel Bir George Berkeley daring tia 
eneeaieful operation* against the Kaffirs in 1847 (Medal). Served In the Eaitani eampalgn of 18M-Mk Md 
was severely vronndcd mI the battle of Alma ( Medal and Cla«p)* 

7 Lfeut.-CoIonel Dairymple served in ttie Eastern campaign of )B04, including the battlei of Alma 
(wounded) and Inkerman, and siexe or Snbastopol (Medal and ClaKps). 

8 Liettt.-€k>lonels de Bathe and Lord Adolphus Tempest served la the Orimea from ITav. la64» aadwaia 
present at the si«ge and fall of Bebastnpol (Medal and Clasp). 

• Lleat..Colon«>i Pordfee served with the 74ih Highlanders in the Kaffir war ia IMl (Medal), larTa4 
with the Scoto Fusilier Guards at ihesif ge of Seba^topol (Medal and Clasp). 

10 XJeut.^ColonelB Moorsom, Meyrick, and Holder, Captains Lambton and Tottenham, aenred In the 
Crtnen fh»m Nov. 18M, aad were present at the siege and lall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Lient^Colonel Stephenson served in the Eastern campaign of 1M4. ineluding the battles of Alma, 
Balafclava, and Inkermaa, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on tlie 96th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

IS Lleiit-Oolonol Hepburn served In the Eastern campaiga of 18&4-08| ineluding the battle of Alma 
(wounded) : siege and lUl of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Lieat.-Coloael Haygarth served In the Basiem campaign of 1804f ineludlnf tha battle of Alaa 
(aereraly wounded, shot through shoulder and thigh): Medal and Clasp. 

14 Lieut.-Col. Lnshlagton served the campaign of 1B42 in Affghanistatt (Medal), and was severely 
wonnded. 

M Ueat^ol. Montgomery, when on paisage to India In the transport i^rUoa, with troop*, was wrecked on 
the leaser Andaman, in Nov. 1844, and remained on that island 61 da)S, suffering very sarere privations. 
He served in the 8eth Regt. throughout tlie Satl<^ ca*npaign of 184^0, including the battles of Moodkee, 
Faroaashah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Also in the Burmese war of 1858 (Medal), inelndlng the 
captnreof Martaban (wounded); the operations before Banaoon on the iSth, Jfth, and 14th April, and the 
captore of the Great Dagon Pacoda (with the storming party), and capture of Prome. 

19 Lieot.-Colonrl Hon. J. 9. Joeelyn served in the Ea»tem campaign of 1854. Including the battle* of 
Aloaa, Balaklavif, and Inkcrman, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on Mth Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lt-Colonel Hon. W. P. Scarlett served in the Bastem campaign of 1854, Including the battle* of 
Alma aad Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26tb Oct. (Medal aad Olasp). 

18 Captain Aitehison served with the 1st Batt. 01st Regt. at the Cape of Good Hope ttom Dec. 1845 ta 
March 1847. Engaged in a severe affinir with the Caffires 8Snd May 1840, when hi* horse was shot under him 
(Medal). 

10 Lieat-Colonel KIngscnte served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, as Alde.de-Camp to J^rd Raglan, 
lactiidina the battlea of Alma, Balaklava, and lokerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps and CB.). 

90 Mafor Shuekborgh serv«d the Eastern campaian of 1854, includinir the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
aad Inkennan (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 96th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

81 Mafor Kevllle served the Basiern campalin of lti54 as Aide-de>Caraii to Sir Richard England, 
ineiadlng the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

88 M^or AsUey served in tlie Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battle of Alma (wounded), 
•icco Md fell of 8«ba«ti«pol (Medal and Clasps). 

88 Major Hon. W. Coke, served the Bastem eampalgn of 1854-65, including the si^ge of Sebaatopol 
(wounded) : Medal aad Clasp. 

84 Va^ot Hon. A. E. Praser served In the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battlee of Aiaa, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the S6th Oct. (Medal aad Clasp*). 

85 Capt. Oipps served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma (wouaded, bayonet 
wound of band), Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded, shot through neck), siege of Sebaitopol aad 
BorUe oa the SOlh Oet. (Medal and Clasps). 

88 Major Baring served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle* of Alma, Balaklava, aad 
Inkerman (wounded), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the SOth Oct., wounded by grape shat at the si*!* 
(Medal ant Caeps). 

87 Captains Damer, Lindsay, and Gordon, Quartermaster Allen, and Asslst-Burgeon Robinson, served 
hi the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege aad 
fan of Sebaatopol, and sortie on the 96th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

S7t Lord Bnaisnore served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Indadlng the battle of Alma (serorelf 
wounded) : Medal and Clasp. 

88 Leut.- Colonel Wetherall served the Eastern campaign of 1854 ai a Dep. Adjt. QnarUrmaator Oen. 
at Head Quarters, including the batUe* of Alma, BalakUva, and Inkermaa, aad dege of Sebaatopol 
Medal and Claa|i*). 

80 Major OrevHle served a* Aide-de-Oamp to Sir Harry Smith, and to Sir Geo. Gatbeari. In the Kaffir 
war of 1851-8-8 (Medal), and was present at the battle of Berea. Served axain as Alde-de-Camp to ttir 
George Cathcart in the Eastern campaign of IMM, including the battles of Alma, Balaklata, and Inktrman 
(wbere Sir Oeorge was killed), and slego of Sebastopol ( Medal and ClMtps). 

BO Gaptotn Rlane served Uie Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman (wounded), viege of Sebaatopol and surtie on tbn 96ih Oct (Medal and Clasps)- 

01 The Hon. Capt. Annesley served with the 48rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 1851-8.0 (Medal), 
and was severely wounded. Served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Ineludrng the battle of Alma (sevenly 
wonnded) : Medal and Clasps. 

St Capt Murvsarvfd with the 00th BJfles lu the Kaffir war of 1851-58 (Medal) : and the Bastern campaign 
niih the 70th Regt, Including the battles of Alma and Balaklava (Hedal and Clasps). 

SO Lieut. Beaumont served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 91st Putillers, Inelndhig the battle* 
of AloM, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Se»'astopol (Medal and Olaaps). 

M Diictor Boatocb served in the Buflb at the battle of Punniar (Me<ial). Served in the Eaatem cam- 
palgn of 1854-55 with tlie Scots Fasilier Guards, ineiuding the battles of Alma, Balaklara, and lakerman, 
skgis of Sebastopol and sortie on the 96ih Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

05 Aasistaot-Snrgeon Elkington served the Eastern campaign of 1064-50, laclading the battle* of 
Balaklava and Inkerman, *lcge orSeba*topol and sortie on the 96th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

80 Captain KooUy* served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the ftlege of Sebastopol (Medal had 
da^) ; rejoined in tli»- Crimea in Oct. 1856. 

87 C^iain* Parqubarson and Cumpbell joined the Battalion in the Crime* in the winter of 1854-55, 
aad were at the siege of Sebastopol (wounded) : Mfdal and Clasp. 

80 Capuin Gregory served in the Orimea during the winter of 1854^5, hiduding the siege of Sebaatopol 
(Modal aiid Cla«p). 

00 Uau:*. Hay aad Moncrleff served in the Crimea fh>m May 1808, and were at the airge of Sebastopol 
Ofcdal and Chi«p). 

40 Lieota. Poihrtngham, Benatbid, Stewart, aad Brownlow, joined the BaMaUoa la the Crimea early in 
ip*. 1865, aad were at the siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal aad Clean), ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^_ , 

41 Aaatat^nrgeon Turner •erved in the Crimea from Dec. 1854, l£clodlng the siege of Oebaitepol 
(Madal ^T i1 dasn^. 

4t Aaai*t..8ui«Mii Peiry fomd in the Orimea from June 1865, Induding the stage of Sebastopol 
(Medal awl deep). 



61 Ut ( The Royal) Regiment of Foot. 

Tho King's Cypher within the Collar of St. Andrew^ and the Crown over it. In the 
eeeood oolour the Thistle 8f Crown.—" St. Lucia" " Egmont-op-Zbb." The Sphinx, 
«* Egypt" "Cortjnna" " Busaco" "Salamanca" "Vittoria" "St. Sebas. 
TiAN" "NiVB" "Pbhinsula" « Niagara" "Watbrloo" "Nagpore" "Ma- 
bbidpoob" "Ava" "Alma" "Inkerman" "Sevastopol." 
CoUmeL—9 Right Hon. Sir Edward Blakeney,* GCB. OCH. Comet 28 Feb. 
1794; Lt. 24 Sept. 94; Capt. 24 Dec. 94; Mqj. 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lt.-Col. 25 
April 08 ; Col. 4 June 14; Mqf.-Oen. 27 May 25; Lt.-Gen. 28 June 38 ; 
Oen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 1st Foot, 21 Dec. 54. 
Lt.-Cols.--^ Richard William Haey^ Bns. 25 Mar. 26; Lt. P 19 Dec. 26 ; Capt, 
P 11 June 30 ; Miy. p 13 Oct 38 ; Lieut, -Col. p81 Dec. 47 ; Col. 28 Nor. 54. 
1 Alexander Barry Montgomery*, Ens. 26 Nov. 24 ; X^. 30 Oct. 26 ; Capt. P 16 
Aug. 33; Mqj.P6 Dec. 43; ^r«o.-Xf.-C02.2OJune 54; X^. Co/. 9 March 55. 

1 Edmund Haythome,« Sns. 12 May 37 ; X^. p 4 Oct. 39; Capt. 11 Sept. 44 ; 
Brev.-Mc^or, 7 June 49 ; Major, p 1 April 53 ; Lieut. -Col. r 12 May 54. 

2 Richard Going,* Ens. 9 Apr. 26 ; X^. p 2 Feb. 27 ; Capt. p 19 June 35 ; Brevet- 
Maj, 9 Nov. 46 ; Mc^or^ P 17 Jan. 51 ; Brev.^Lt.-CoU 20 June 54 ; Lieut,- 
Col. 3 Nov. 55. 

3f<yor*.— 1 Burton Daveney,* Ens. 27 April 20 ; Lieut, p 7 July 25 ; Capt. 
P 8 Nov. 27 ; Brev.-Mqj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Breo.-Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 61 ; Major, 
19 Mar. 53. 

1 Hon. Cha. Dawson Plunkett,7 Ens. p 11 Oct. 33 ; Ueut. p 10 Mar. 37 ; Capt, 
P20 Dec. 43; Breo.-Maj. 20 June 54 ; MqjorjV^ March 55; Breo.-Lieut.- 
Col. 2 Nov. 55. 

2 Francis Gregor Urquhart,* Ens. p 18 Nov. 31 ; Lieut, p 16 Aug. 83 ; Capt. 
P 14 April 37 ; Brev.-Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, 26 June 55; Brec...Lt.- 
Col. 2 Jfov. 55. 

2 Henry Richard Marindin, Ens. p 11 Jan. 33 ; Lt. v 18 Mar. 36 ; Capt. 
P30 April 41 ; Brev.-Mqjor, 20 Juno 54; Major, 3 liov. 55. 



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Captains. 
2 Tyrrell Matthias Byrne* . . 
1 William Little Stewart' . . 
1 Henry Draper Neville" . . 

1 Frederick R. Meln« 

2 Francis Locker Whitmore' 

2 James Pollock Gore' 

2 John Edward Sharp' .... 

1 Charles Henry Dowker" 

2 SpencerGco. Aug.Thursby 

2 Spencer Peel 

1 Richard George Coles' .. 

1 Frederick Wells" 

2 WiUiam James Gillum".. 

2 George Taafie* 

2 Henry Francis Bythesea*. 
2 George Rowland 



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1 HenYyWhichcote Turner" 

1 John Alexander Chrystie^ 

2 £.T.St.LawrenceMacQwire 

1 Frederick Aufoistus Smith' 

2 Tlieobald M'Kenna" .... 
1 Chaa. Edmonds tone Kirk' 

1 Henry Hawley Smart" . . 

2 MonliiguAdamHen.Legge*^ 
1 Wm. Fred. John Rudd". . 

1 Jas. Arch. Ruddell Todd" 

2 Thomas John Gregory* . . 
1 John Martin Brown" .... 
1 Morgan James O'Connell 

Robert John Hughes .... 
1 Rupert George Brady. . • • 

1 CharlesHur?' 

Lieutenants. 

2 Thomas Rowland** . . 
1 Wm. Spicer Cookworthy" 
1 Fred. Harry Hope»» 

1 Bred.PritzlerMuller*'^'. 

2 Richard L.WilUams".... 



30 June 24 
P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 

22 Oct. 33 
7 Aug. 35 

6 Feb. 36 
P 24 April 35 

7 Jan. 42 
15 Dec. 40 

5 July 44 
3 May 44 

12 Oct. 41 
P14 Feb. 45 
P 19 Dec. 45 
P 26 Sept. 45 
P 30 Nov. 46 

30 Mar. 47 
P 2 July 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 1 June 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 5 Nov. 47 

20 Oct. 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P17 Apr.52 
P 11 June 52 
P 22 Apr. 53 
P 27 May 53 

7 Jan. 42 
P 17 Jan. 51 
p 17 June 51 

P 27 Oct. 48 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
17 June 51 
P 14 May 52 



LIEUT. 



23 Mar. 26 

13 Jan. 37 
P 20 Jan. 37 
P 14 April37 

10 May 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 
P 9 Feb. 38 
P 7 July 43 
P28 July43 

14 April 46 
P 14 May 47 

2 Aug. 44 
P 2 July 47 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 15 Nov. 50 
P21 Feb. 51 

20 July 51 
P 21 May 52 
P 30 Apr. 52 
P 19 Mar. 52 
P 2 Jan. 52 
P 6 July 52 
I P 19 Mar. 53 
P 27 May 53 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

30 Aug. 43 

P 3 June 53 

30 Dec. 53 



CAPTAIN. 



16 June 43 
P 28 July 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 

,P 3 May 44 
'P 3 Sept. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 
P 17 Dec, 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 15 Feb. 53 
P 11 July 51 
P 8 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 54 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 54 

P 12 Jan. 55 

Pl9JsD. 55 

P30Mar.55 

15 May 55 

15 May 55 

15 May 55 

17 June 55 
25 June 55 

P 13 July 55 
P 17 Aug. 55 
P 31 Aug. 55 
P 6 Sept« 55 

7 Sept. 65 
3 Nov. 55 

P16N0V. 55 



4 Mar. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
6 June 54 
6 June 64 
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20 June 54 

20 June 54 

7 Sept 55 

2 Nov. 55 



2 Nor. 65 



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LlBUTBNANTS. 

2 Edward Andrew Stuart*^ . . 
1 Bichard Abraham Ma nnen*f 

1 Alexander W. Low ' 

1 CbaaJoahaaTttffiieUOakes" 
1 James William HaMelP* ..: 

1 Henry George White" . . . . | 

2 Rowland L. Sidney Cortols* 

1 Albert 8eagrim" 

1 Fred. J. Ponsonby Hill'* .. 
I Sherlock Vignollos Willis'* 

Dancan Cameron Brock'* . . 

James Creagh'* 

Joseph Hodgson Faweett". . 

William Freeborn* 

John James Hey wood'* •• . . 
H. Siirtees Bowes Watson'* . 
Redmond Bewley Caton" . . 

1 John Archibald Camming . . 

2 James Leggatt,*^^({/ 

1 Thomas C. Brown" 

2 J7on.T.O.WestenraPlankett** 

1 George Deane'* 

1 Jolin Heron Maxwell 

1 William George Brown .... 
George William Thompson 

2 George Gilbert Stewart .... 

1 Charles Boyes Steer** 

2 John Parker Gillmore .... 
St. George Gray 

2 Thomas Henry Townshend 

Henry John Lawrell 

Cbas. Fleetwood Kelly .... 
Ensigns. 

1 Jas. Wm. Bowen Thomas . . 

2 George Turner 

1 Richard Llewelyn Roberts'* 

2 John Tymons 

1 Anthony Gardner 

1 Alexander Brace Tnlloch .. 
1 Fred. William Thompson . . 
1 Oswald D. W. Hunter .... 
1 Alexander James Badgley.. 

1 Benjamin Olifer Johnson.. 

2 William Keongh 

2 James Mageois Lofekin • , 
2 Frederick Alban 

1 Arthur Kershaw 

I 2 George Gilniour 

, 1 Charles Atkinson Logan . . 
I 2 John Pyne 

2 Wm. Henry Alex. Flasket. < 
I 1 William John Shanly .... 

1 Henry George Thomson . . 
1 John Richard Wheeler .... 

Augustus W. Hamilton ... 

Wm. Mauger Dayey . . • • . 



BNSION. 



LIBUT. 



P21 May 62 

12 May 63 
P 14 Sept. 62 
P 10 June 63 
P 13 Sept 63 

30 Dec. 63 
P 10 Mar. 64 
P 12 Mar. 62 

13 May 63 
P OJune 64 

14 July 64 
21 June 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

10 Aug. 64 

P 17 Aug. 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P24 Aug. 64 

P26Aug. 64 

3 Nov. 64 

6 Not. 64 

6 Jan. 66 
26 Jan. 66 
26 Jan. 66 

Feb. 66 
16 Feb. 66 
20 Feb. 66 

P 30 Mar. 66 
30 Mar. 66 
26 May 66 

10 Apr. 66 

8 Dec. 64 

29 June 66 

9 Apr. 66 

1 May 66 

11 May 66 
14 May 66 

P 18 May 66 
23 May 66 

30 May 66 

31 May 66 

1 June 66 
P 6 June 66 

OJune 66 

7 June 66 

8 June 66 
P 4 May 66 

3 July 66 

4 July 66 
6 July 66 
6 July 66 

13 July 66 
20 July 66 

2 Oct. 66 
16 Nov. 66 

p 23 Not. 66 



11 Aug. 64 
PlSAag. 64 

6 Not. 64 
8 Dee. 64 
8 Dec 64 
29 Dec. 64 
20 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 

1 May 66 
14 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 
16 May 66 

16 May 66 
8 June 66 

17 June 66 
26 June 66 
26 June 66 
17 Aug. 66 

P26 0ct. 66 

3 Not. 66 

P 23 Not. 66 

P23NOT. 66 



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63 



1st {The Rmfol) Regiment of Foot. 



TMn'Serr. 


Full 


H«lf 


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2 William John Bampfield,' 30 Jun« 48; JfiM.18Mar.42; Lieut. 

12 Sept. 46. 

Jamea Deacon^* Oet. 65 } Ens, Aug. 64 j LUut 6 April 56. 

A^i«*n^*. J 2 lAmd, Jamea Leggatt, 23 Maroh 65. 
A4futant9. J J j^^^ p p ^^^^ g ^^^ ^ 

Qtiar^6r-lfa«^er^. 
2 Joseph Swaine,' 20 Vor. 46. 
1 Joseph M'Gee," 8 Sept. 46. 

Surgeoni. 

1 Charlea Buah Hearn,* 16 Not. 49; AssUt.^Surg. 15 April 42. 

2 Alfred Crocker/ 28 Mai'ch 54 ; Amst.-Surff, 26 Jan. 44. 
2 Robert Bereaford Smyth," H.D., 16 Not. 60. 
2 Thomas Knox Birnie,'' 7 Jan. 68. 
1 William Dumbreck," 7 April 64. 
I Robert Atkinson/* 5 May 54. 

1 Alexander Reid » 26 May 54. 

2 Angus John Mackay,** M.D, 27 Oct. 54. 

Paeingt Bine — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



Assistant'-Surgs&ns, 



[1st Battalion, JBastem Army, 22 April 54. 
[5tnd Battalion smb. for Corfu, 31 Jan. 53. 



Depot at Winchester,] 

Eastern Army. Depot at Fermoy.] 



I Sir Edwmrd Blakentf aeeompaiUed tbe expedition under H^or Oen. WUte to the Weit Indies, tnd wu 
preeent at the capture of Demerara, Berblce, and Essequibo, in 1706: in tbe coune of this eenrice be was 
three times taken prisoner bj Prirateen and sufliBred severe hardships. In 1709 he aKcoupanied the expe- 
dition to Holland, and was present in the actions of the 10th and 10th Bept., and also in those of the Snd 
and 6th October. In 1807 he sailed with the Royal Fusiliers to the Baltic; Joined Lord Cathcart*s expedi- 
tion, and was present at the capture of the Danish Fleet and surrender of Copenhagen. In 1800 he was 
present at the capture of Martinique. In 1811 he sailed for Lisbon in command of the Fusiliers, and durinf 
that and the following campaigns of 181S, 18, and 14, he was present at the battles of Busaco and Albuhera— 
lererelf wounded through the thigh ; action at Aldoa de Ponte, sieges of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Badges— 
sererely wounded through the arm at the assault; battles of Yittoria, Paropeluna, Pyreneea, and Nivelle, 
besides Tarious minor actions. In 1814 be Joined the force against New Orleans, and was present at the 
assanit of the lines before that place. In 1815 he Joined the army in Belgium, and wss present at tbe 
capture of Paris. Sir Edward has received the Gold Orost and one Olasp for Martinique, Albuhera, 
Bsid^los, Yittoria, and Pyrenees; and the Silver War Medal with four Clasps for Busaco, Ciudad Rodriao. 
Nirelle,anri Nire. 

a Colonel Huey served the Eastern campaign from April 1650 In command of the 9nd Batt Royal Begt. 
Including the siege and fhU of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasp). - 

S Ueut.-Col. Montgomery served in Ava (Medal) ; also the Eastern campaign of 1854*55, Indodtng the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Lt.-Col. Hay thome served with the08thRegt.on the China expedition in 1849 (Medal),and was present at 
the attacic and capture of Chin Kiang FOo, and at the investment of Nankin. Heserved wa Aide-de-Gamp to 
Sir Colin Campbell In the Punjaob campaign of 1848-0, and was present at the battles of Sadoolapore, Ohil- 
lianwallah, andOooJerat, and at the subsequent occupation of Peshawur (Medal). He commended the Flan|c 
Companies of the OSth on the expedition to the Konat Pbks with Sir Charles Napier, the Oommander«lit- 
Chlcf. Served with the 1st Batt. Royal Regt. at the siege and latl of Bebastopol (Hedsl and Clasp), 

5 Lt.-Colonels Going and Urquhart, Mijor M hitmore. Captains Oore, Sharp, TauiTe, and Gregory, 
Lts. Curtnis and Freeborn, Paymaster Bampfleld.Qr.-M aster Swalne, and Surgeon Crorker landed la the 
Crimea with the Snd Batt. on the 9Snd of April 1855, and were at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

6 Lt.-Colonel Daveney and M^}or Mela were at the battle of Alma (Medsl and Clasp). 

7 Mf^or Hoa. C. D. Plunkett served in Canada during the Rebellion of 18S7-88. Also the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clakps). 

8 Malor BTrne served at the siege of Sebaatopol In 1856, and was wounded in the trenches (Medal and 

M^or Stewart, Captains Coles, Christie, Smith, and Kirk, and Surgeon Heam served In tbe Eastern 
campaign of 1854-65, Indudlng the battles of Alma and Inkeroian, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps). 

10 M^or Kerille served la Canada daring the rebellion of 1807 and 1880, and was engaged wHh the 
rebels at St. Charles and at St Sustache. Served also In the Bastem campaign of 1854.^ Ineludiag the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clams). 

II Capt. Dowker served as AdJuUnt of the 6th in tbe KafBr war of 1846 and 47 (Medal). 

18 Major Wells, Captains Turner, Rudd, Todd, Brown, and Hurt, Lts. Cookworthy, Hope, and T. C. 
Brown, Qr.-Master M*Oee, and Asslst.-Sorgeon Dnmbreck served the Bastem campaign of 1854-51, in- 
dodinv the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege and All of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Captain Gillum served at the siege of Sebastopol from 88nd April 1855, and was severely wounded on 
8th Sept.— leg amputated (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Oqxain M'Kenna served at the siege of Sebastopol from 98nd April to June 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

16 Capteln Smart. LU. Muller, Manners, Oakes, Ha«s«ll, Seagrim, Willis, Brock, Creagh, Fawcett Hay- 
wood, Watson, Paymaster Oeaoon, Asaist.-Surgeon AtUnson and Reld served at the siege and fall of Be- 
bastopol (Medal and Gasp). 



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1st {The Royal) Regiment of Foot. 66a 

16 Oaplaia Lsfft mrfd •! tiM ikg* of iabMU^olftoin 8Sa4 April «Btfl wouUtod it tlM allMk an tht 
QaarriM tth Jtma 1806 (Medal tad Cbwp). 

17 Uent. StiArt lanrvd at tha sMsa of Bebittopol fhim ttad April «ntn Mvewly wovadid oi Ttli Jum 
1896 (Medal and Clam), 

16 Lleuta. White, Hill, Deane, Steer, and Hoberta Mrred in the Crimea. 

16 Lieot. Oiton Mrred at the liege of Bebaetopol from 66iid April 1866, ooti} m? only wooaded oa 6th 
Sept. (Medal and Cla«p). 
|0 Lieut. Leggatt torred at the tiege of Sebattopol from 66nd April to Aug. 1866 (Medal and daip). 



i| Ueut Bowland Mr«od at the tiege of Sebattopol from 88ih Aug. 1866 (Medal and Claip). 
•6 Lieate. WUliame and Bon.T. O. Pliinkett Mrred at the liegeof Sebaatopol ftom 88th An( 
vara woandad on 8tfa SapL (Medal aad Claep). 



88 AMlat-Sargeone Smyth, Binia» and Maokay larvad at the tlega of Sebaatopol in 1866 (Medal aad 
Claap). 



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64 2nd ( 17te Queen's Ro yal) Begt. of Foot. ["-•"'•' ^Si^.^l'S^i!-'"'- 

*' TJuPfuehalLamWirMh. the mottot **PriitinmvirtuiUiMfn9r,**9inA. " V0I txuvim triumphant.** The 
<2MMii'«C^pA«rirUhiiith«Oartor,haTinftli« Crown OTer it. On th^OnntudlBn' Cmp»,thB King's Crest and 
the' Quesn's Cypher and Crown ; and on the Dmma the Q}aeen*s Cypher. The Sphinx, with the words 
"EGYPT" "VIMIERA" "CORUNNA" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORlA" "PYRENEES" 
"NIVELLE" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "APFOHANISTAN" "OHUZNEE" "KHELAT." 

CoUmel.—'^ Sir John Rolt,*KCB. KC.JEtu. 7 Mar. 00; Lt. 1 June 01; Capt. 

6 Sept. 06 ; Mq}. 26 Nov. 13 ; LU-CoL 2 Nov. 16 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37; Iftv- 

Gen. 9 }foY^ 46 ; Lieut.-Oen. 20 June 64 ; CoL 2nd Foot, 29 Aug. 63. 
Lieut.'Colonel.—StBxiho^ William Jephson,' JSnt. p 26 Nor. 30; Lieut, v 10 

Feb. 36; Capt. P28 Dec. 41 ; Major, p4 Aug. 48 ; Lt.-Col. 1 July 63. 
Jlfq;or«.— Thomas Addison,* Em. 16 Sept. 37 ; Lieut. 31 Jan. 30 ; Capt. p 16 

Dec. 46 ; Brev.^Mqf. 28 May 63 ; Mejor, 12 May 64. 
Demetrins Wyndham Qrevis James/ £rM.P31 Jan. 40 ; Lieut, p 16 Dec. 40 ; 

Capt, P 9 June 46 ; Mqf. 1 Dec. 64. 



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Captains 
£. S. Smyth7/.e.88 Mar. 66 
Richard Hill Rocke 

Cecil Squire 

Frederick Connor* . . 
Robert Holdaworth" 
Frances Lionel Oct.Attye* 

George Wolfe 

William Elford Adams . . 
John Charles Weir i« .... 
Gas. N.K. Anker Yonge" 
James Harwood Rocke* 
Wm. Henry Grimston* . 
L1BUTBNANT8. 

John Chalmers^ 

John Thompson^ d.pm. . 

Charles Gibba 

Lord Chas. Edward Hay * 
Robert C. Thomson* .... 
William Henry Spencer** 

John Croome 

Wm. Webber Martin, oiff. 

Herbert Belfield 

Fred. Stephen Steele 
John Cha. Tyrwhitt Drake 
George Pomeroy Colley 
A. Pemberton Hobson . 

Thomas John 

Henry Pyne Hiffeman . 
Ensions. 

Charles 3qairl 

Henry Pye Phillipps . . . 

Henry Flood 

Francis John Jessop . . • 
Henry Hard Molock. . . 
James Wharton Harrel . 
Henry John Evans . . . 
Alexander Henry Haldane 
Heber Ree?e Tucker 



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LIBUT. 



P26Jan. 41 1 29 May 43 

7 Jan. 42 P30May 43 

P 9 June 46 ;P 19 Sept. 48 

P29Sept.38| 27 Jau. 40 

P 26 Sept. 46 P 2 Mar. 49 

1 Jan. 47 P 4 May 49 

27 Sept. 44 1 3 Apr. 49 

20 May 42, 11 Apr. 44 

P 9 June 48 P 2 Nov. 49 

P22Aug. 34 29 June 37 



P 4 Aug. 48 P 1 Mar. 60 
29 June 49 P17 June61 

P 2 Mar. 49 p 17 June 61 
P 19 Oct. 49 P 17 June 61 
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p 16 Mar. 60 

P 16 May 61 

P 18 June 61 

P 11 July 61 

P 12 July 61 

P 13 July 61 

6 Dec. 61 

P16Apr. 62 

28 May 62 

21 Jan. 63 

P 10 Jane 63 

P 21 Apr. 64 



10 Sept. 61 
P26 Mar. 62 
P 8 Apr. 63 

1 July 63 
P 29 July 63 

12 May 64 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 
18 Oct. 64 

13 July 66 
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BRBV.-MAJ. 



28 May 53 



P 4 Aug. 48 
P 2 Nov. 49 
P 17 June 61 

10 Sept. 61 

1 July 63 

P 29 July 63 

P 30 Dec. 63 

3 Apr. 49 

12 May 64 
IJan. 47 

;i Dec. 64 
P 9 Nov. 66 

S ItMiot James Mrred la tk« mm- 
IMign in th« Soatbeni lUhimtta 
oountry in 1844 (iaelndingtha atorm 
•ad uptnTC of the fortreM of Panel* 
U), and part of that in Cke Concaa 
and Sawant Wairea eoontij in 1S44 
and 4«. Alaoin the Kaffir war of ISSL 
j2 (Medal): and with the expedition 
north of the Ofange River in 18i9-<. 

7 Lt.-CoLSniftliMrvcd as Brifade 
Maf or to the Poccea in the Soathem 
Cooean and Sawant Warre Ceontrp 
dnrinf the eampalgn of 1844 and 4S, 
includlnt the itomdnc of aeveral 
•tockadea. and the Invaatment and 
eaptnre of the Porta of Mooehnr and 
Mtinauntoah. Served alao hi the 
Kafir war of 1851-ftS (Medal) 1 with 
the expedition North of the Oraivo 
aiver in l85S.fiS, and aAerwanU as 
Deputy Aaaietant Qnartatmaaier^ao. 
ner4l of the tnd DItIsIob. 



11 Surgeon Foaa aerred with the lOthrcgt. in the 
caatpalgn on the SutlcJ, in 1848, and waa prcaent at the 
baUle o< Sobraon (Medal). Scrrrd with the Queen's 
RoyaU In the Kafir war of 1881-8S ( Medal) { and with 
tile expedition North of the Orange RlTer in 18&8.M. 

IS Captain Tonga acrved with the Qnecn'e Boynio 
throughout Lord Keane'a oampaign in Al ^ a niit an 
and BeloocUatan. and waa aerereij wonnded at th« 
atorming of Ghnxnee (Medal). He aerved alao the 
eampatgn in the Soathem Mahiatta countrr in 1844 
(inelndug the atorm of the fmrtreaa of PunaOaj, and 
that in the Concan in 1844. 



P 29 July 63 
12 May 64 
21 July 64 

23 Apr. 66 

24 Apr. 66 
16 June 66 

19 July 66 

20 July 66 
30 Nov. 66 

Paymaster.— OViveT Nlcolls,* 26 Nov. 4is ; JSns. p13 Jan. 38 ; Lieut. 16 July 41, 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Wm. Webber Martin, 2 April 65. 
Quarter'Matter.—ioYiTL Mansfield," 27 Oct. 46. 

Surgeon.— ^taxy Clinton Fobs/' 17 June 61 ; Auist.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 
Aseistant'Surgeotu.—'John Edward Mofiktt,' 14 Mar. 61. 
Francis Holton, M.B. 23 May 61. 
Facings Blue. — Agent t Cox k Co. Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Boroagh, JOart.f Armit, ic Co. 

1 sir John Holt aerved with the ftSth In Egypt in 1801, and waa shot through the body in the aeUon on the landing. Ae- 
eompanled the expedition to Naples in ISOA, and remained with that army nnUl iU arrival in Sicily. Served with the Sad 
battalion in the Peninsula the latter part of 1809 and unUl Peb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portugneae aerrlee s 
present at tiie battle of Busaeo. eoTcrlnr the operations against Cludad Rodrigo, and oapture of Bad^s. Commanded the 
17tn Portugueee Regiment flrom April I81S to the conelusion of the war, ineludlng the actions of Berlansa and near Laa 
Cases, batde of Vittorie, actions In the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, tnd Aug., and attack of Vera heights 7th OeL, battle 
of die NiTclle, batUe and operations of the NiTe on the 9th, 10th. lldi, ISth, and ISdi Drc. 1818, battles of Orthes and 
Toulouse. PrwB the period of landing In the Penfaisala in 1800, until the conclusion of hostilities In April 1814. he was never 
one day abeent firom his duty. Gold Medal ftam the Grand Seignior for services in Bgypt 1 the Gold Cross and one Clasp for 
VittorIa, NIvelle, NIre, Orthea.A Toulouae ; and the •liver War Medal with three Claapsfor Egypt, Busaeo, and the Pyreoeea. 
S Lient.-Col. Jephson served the campaign in ASi^lianistan and Belooehisun, including ihe atorm and capture ot Ghuinee 
(Medal) and of Khelat. He aervcd alao the eampaign in the Bonthera Mahratta country in 1M4 (Including the etorm 
of the Fortreaa of Pnnella), and tliat in the Concan in 184* 1 he commanded the atorming party at the Wcatcra Heighta of 
Pnnella (wonnded). 

i Migor Addiaon aerved the eampain in Al^ianiatan and BdoocUstan, indndfaig the atonn and e^»t«« of Ohomeo 

„ (Medal) and of Khelat. Was employed aa mi^or of brigade during the campaign in the Bouthcm Mahmtu eonntiT In 1844 

t (indndittg the atom of PunoUa.— wounded), and that in the Concan in 184i. Alao anved in the laat Kaflr war (Medal). 

and waa aavtrely wmmded 14 Oet. 18«1 in actkm with the Caftca on the WattrUoof Bdghtat leedvcd the Btevet rank 

of Moior at Ike dooe of the war. 



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CoJ^L^Jf Nathaniel Thurn,' CB. KH. Ent. 16 Oct. 02 ; Lieut, 25 June 03 : 

Capt, 4 Jan. 10; M(^. 3 March 14 ; Lt.'CoL 21 June 17 ; CoL 10 Jan. 87 : 

Mc^.'Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 64 -, Col. of the Buffs, 25 July 54. 
Lieta.'ColoneU.—ChaTleB T. Van Straubenzee,* JEns.v 28 Aug. 28; Liettt p 

22 Feb. 33; Capt, PIO Mar. 37; Mqjor,27 Aug. 43; Brevet-Lt.'Col. 30 

April 44; Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; Co/. 20 June 54. 
James Patereon,* Ens. p 17 May 21 ; Lt. p4 Dec. 23 ; Capt.Pb Apr. 31 ; Brer.- 

Afa;.23Dec.42; -ftf<y. 31 July 46; J9rei?.X^.C(?Z. 20 Juue54; Xf.-Cte/. 15 

May 65. 
.V4;orf.— Charles William Green. Ens. p 7 April 38; Lieut. ^ 13 Mar. 40: 

Capt. P 14 May 47 ; Mqjor, p 7 April 54. ' 

Fred. Francis Maude,* Ens. p 13 Mar. 40 ; Lieut. p27 Aug. 41 ; Capt. P 10 Dec. 

47 ; Mqjort 15 May 55 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. 55. 



Captains. 
Hugh Smith,* «. Lc.3 Nov.65 

Walter Pown^l' 

John Floyd 

Charles Hood" 

Gteorge James Ambrose . . 

Henry John King, » 

Fred. William Gure*<' s. . . 

John Lewes^^ s 

Rt. Sandford Warburton" 

Thomas Kains*' 

Philip H. Prender. Aplin^ 
Penrose John Dunbar'^. 

Mark Walker" 

£. Ker Vaughan Arbuckle 
HenryG. C. Buraingham^ 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Arth. LannoyCoussmaker 
LeonardSidebottom /'o^/. 
WiUiam Wainman" .... 
William Ross Turner" .. 
Jones Harper Reede^^ . . 
William James Newton^A 

William Stewart" 

George Noble Roe*" .... 
Talbot Ashley Cox« .... 
Henry Thomas Anley" . . 
Harry A. Arthur Breedon^ 
Barnes John Caldecott^. 
Charles JohnRoperTyler" 
William Henry»» ... 
Geoige Grant Suttie" 
Huston John Cox". . . 
Arthur Wortbington" 
Richard Evans Sleeman " 
Francis Morley .... 
Rich. Blackburn Leatham 

Eustace Greg 

Henry Parnell 

Sidney Henry Heywood 
Leyson Edwin Lewis.* « 

Henry Pears •••• 

Alfred BenwellLetts^ . 
Ensigns. 

John Awdry 

Lionel St. Aubin 

Francis Edward Brace . . 
Alfred George Huyshe . . 
Chas. Geo. John Torrlano 
Thof. John S. Hotchkin 
Richard Fairfax Eames.. 
Walter Aug. Daubeny 
George Thomas Gape . 

William Ker 

Cha.D. Hen. Mann Clarke 
Charles Deyman Baillie 
James H. LeCocq.... 
Albert Pcachev ....... 



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1 Lfeut.'General Thorn ac- 
companied the Baflb to the 
Peninsula in Auf. 1806, wliere 
heserreduntU Jan. 1800. Re- 
turned to the Peninsula in June 
following, and commaoded the 
Light Company of the Baft at 
the battle of Talavenu Bm- 
ployed aa an officer of obsenra« 
tlon in Spanish Estremadura 
from 80Ui Jan. to Srd Mareh 
1810, flrom which period until 
the termination of that war in 
1814, he served as Depntj.As- 
sIstant-Quarter-Maeter-Qeneral 
with the 2nd DiTlsIon, and was 
present at the battle of Busaeo, 
551 1st siege of Bad^Jox, battle of 
.J Albuhera, actions nt Arrojo de 
*^\ Moilno and Almaras, battles of 
55, Vittorla, the Pyrenees, and 
55 Nlrelle, batUes of the Nlve on 
xo«aY 5.5 '*»* ^^^ »»^ "*>» December 
J« S" rr (wounded) J action of Oarris, 
10 Nov. 65' battle of Orthes, action of Aire, 
and battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the 
troops from Bourdeauz to Canada in July 
1814, as an Assistant-Quarter-Maslcr-Oeneraf, 
and was present at the aftlr of Plaltaburg. 
Horse killed under him at Albuhera ; another 
In the action at the Pass of Maya; and a third 
In the action of the 18th December 1818, near 
Bayonne. He has received the War Medal 
with ton Clasps. 



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il((;t«ton«.— XMue. Leonard Sidebottom, 26 Sept. 64. 
Quarter'Master.-^ThomaB BliBset,** 19 June 65. 
Surgrnn.'^Jowph Barke,*^ 22 Dec 48 : Astitt^-Sfurg, 10 Jan. 40. 
AMtUtant'Surgeans, — ^Thomas TeeTan", 80 Jane 64. 
Tbeopblloi Dolan, 1 Sept. 64. 

Facings Bnff,^^Agentt, Heurt. Cox and Go. 

9 ColoMl StTMbenstc Mrrtd tht eanpdffn «ffmliut the aijah of Ooorf In 1894. In the mUoh of Mabanjpor* (Modal) oa 
M(b Oeo. IMI, bo tHOoecded to the ooamoml of the S8th Eegt. Served at the tlote of BehMlopot to ltt6, aad ooauadBdcd 
the lit Brigade Llflit DleMoo at the oMaolt of tho Rodan on tho tth 8ept.~woaiidod (Medal and Claap). 

« Lt..Col. Patcnon eommanded the Gtenadien of the Camoronlant on the China ezpcdiUon (Medal), and waspMtenI 
at the operailcHu before Canton tnm the 94tb to the SUt May 1841. defence of Nlufpo, at tfegoaat Chapoo, Wootonffi Shaag^ 
hao. Chin Ktanir Poo, and Nankiof . 

Lt-Colonel IfMide wm prMent in the battU of Ponnlar (Medal) as ▲4|aUiit of the Buflh, and had hla 
hone killed under him. Berred at the elege of Sebastopol in 1866, and oommanded the Bofls at the aManlt of 
the Redan on the 8th Sept.— dangerooal/ wounded (Meoal and Clasp, and Brevet Lt.-CoL). 
. 6 Lt-Colonel Smith was present with the BuiTs at the battle of Punnlar (Medal). Served the Kaffir war of 
1860-63 as Aide-de.Gamp to Sir Hany Smith and suhaeqnently to Mi^oM^en. Yoriie. and was piaaent with 
various patroles and expeditions (Medal). Was selected bj Sir Oeoife Catheait as one of his Divisional Staff 
Offloers when proceeding to the Bast, and served ss D. A.Q.M.O. to the 4th Division at the batUss of Alma and 
Inkerman ; was then appointed Assist. A<^ntant General to the Division, and served ss such at the siefs and 
fisll of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). Was senior staff offieer at the capture of Kinboom. 

7 Captains PownaU and Bamiii(ham. and LienU. Brsedon and Caldeeott,serTed at the stage of Sebastopol In 
1856. and were wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

8 M^or Hood was emplojed in the jear 1846 as Seerstaiy on a Special Public Mission to the Anentlne 
Bepnblie to settle the dUforence on the part of the combined Powers of England and Fnnee, and Oeneral 
Boea, the Governor of Bnanos Ayrsa. Served at the siegs of Sebastopol In 1866 (wounded), and comnanded the 
ladder party of the Bulb at the assault of the Bedan on the 8th Sept— wonnded (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet 
Mi^or). 

lu Caprain Gore lerTea with the 6th Eegt la the Kaflr wars of 1848>7i sad of 18f l>t (Modal). Servsd with the BoA al 
tho aieM of debaatopol (Medal and Olaipe). 

11 Major Lewee served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1865, and oommanded the oo^erlng party of the Bulh 
at the assault of the Redan on the ath Sept (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet M^Jor). 

12 Captains Warburton and Aplin, Lieuts. Sidebottom, Wainman, Turner Aniqr, Tyler, Henry, Sattie. 
S. J. Cox, Worthington, and Sleeman, Paymaster 8yms» and AssLst-Snrgeon Teefan» served at the siege of 
Sebastopol in 1805 (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Capiain lUine was present with the Baflb at tho battle of Punnlar (Medal). Also at the siefe of Sebastopol In 1866^ 
aad assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain Dunbar served at the siege of Sebastopol In 1856, and was woandsd at the aMSolt ef the Bedan 
on the 8th Sept (Medal and CUsp). 

16 Captain Walker served the lastam eanpaiga of 1851-66 as AdietsBl of the lOth Seflment, Ineludtng the battles of tlie 
Alma (wounded) and lokeiman, siege of aobastopoU and sortie on SStb Oetobcr. Oa tho nlfht of the SIst April he velna* 
tcaed and led a party whieh took aad dostioyed a Russian rifle pit, fbr whioh ho ««s meatloaod la the Dcapateboa. aad 
promoted Into the Bnft. On the al|h| of fill luae he was dangeronsljr wounded la the tr sn a h a s r ight ans ampiiiBted 
(Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieuts. Reade and Stewart served at the siege of Sebastopol tn 1865, and belonged to the covering and 
ladder party at the assault of the Bedan on the 8th Sept 1860 (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieut Roe served at the siege of Sebastopol in 186fi^ and waa AcUng A^intant af the Baft at the asganlt 
ef the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lieut. T. A. Cox served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1856, and ma wounded at the aswnlt «f the Bedan 
on the 8th Sept (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Lieut Letts served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and wu dangerously wounded at the assault of 
t he Bedan on the 8th Sept (Medal and ClaspX 

11 Lieut Newton served as Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier-General Straubensee at the siege of Sebastepd ia 
1856, and at the assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

28 Qr..Master Blisset served with the Bnft at the batUe of Ponniar, 89th Dae. 1843 (Medal). Also at the 
Mage of Sebastopol in 1855. and assault of the Redan oa the 8th Sept. (Medal aad Claap). 

94 Buff. Burfce served with the * -•'-V.. ."" 

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"ST. SEBASTIAN" "NlVB" "PENINSULA" <* BLADENSBURG" "WATBRIXK)" 
,. "ALMA" "INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 

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Zieut.'Cois,—9 WilUam Sadlier,' Eru. 8 April 07; Lt. 4 May 09; Capt. 85 

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Lt.'CoL 7 Aug. 65. 
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Captains. 

Archibald Rutherfoord . . 

Thomas Martin' 

Qeo. Latham Thomson,^ s, 

Dominic Jacotin Gamble 

OctaTius Yorlie Coclcs . . 
I Aug. Edw. Henry Ansell 
'^ ! Jasper Hall, 8 

I M. Hamilton Dowbiffgio,«. 

PatriclL Robertson ,'f. • . . 

Fred. Anthony TrcTor . . 

Francis Fisher Hamilton 

, John Philip Bohun Forster 

: James Paton 

I Thomas Sheppard 

! William Winniett 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Cnthbert Eccles 

Augustus Joseph Sykea. . 

Henry John Bower .... 

John Howley 

John Wimbum Laurie . . 

John McDowell Elliot .. 

Hon. Hugh N. G. Massey 

Henry Bndgen Maule .... 

Charles Patrick Stokes . . 

Ferdinand H. Williamson 

Alex. Bower St. Clair . . 

James Constable 

Rich. Alexander Law, acf;, 

Chas. £. Bayard Breton 

Thomas Burridge 

; Edw. Crossweller George 
I John Joseph Grinlinton . . 
( Thomas Conway Lloyd . . 
' John Clarence Boyce. . . . 
I Charles Thomas Wilson . . 

William Fagan 

Henry Arthur Biake .... 

Thomas Tanner 

WiUlam Adams Nash .... 

Edward Bromhead 

BNBiaNS. 

John James Martin .... 
Joseph Daniel Dickinson 
Geoi^ M. Billington . . 
Henry Arthur Grey Todd 
Charles Walter Bastable 

Roland DsTies 

William Faulder Kuper. . 

George H. Kittoe 

Daniel Geran Clery .... 
Martin Samuel Sharpe. . 

Horatio Bland 

Richard Boyce 

Aug. Charles Twentyman 



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17 July 66 



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89 Dec. 64 

89 Dec. 54 

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7 Aug.66 
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I Sir John Ball eerved In 
Sleilr in 1S06 and 7 ; in tlis 
Peninsula and Pranca from 
Jul/ 1808 to Fsb. 1800, snd 
uirain from Majr 1800 to Jalf 
IH14, tncludtnff tho battle of 
Tiiiitera. action at the bridge 
of Almi*lda, battle of Bumco, 
all the action* during th^ re- 
treat of the French from Porta- 
Sal, tiege and storming of Cia* 
dad Rodrlgo, siege and storming 
of Badiijox, action at the heights 
of Castrillos, buule of Sala- 
manca, action of Sab^ana de 
Morillos, battles of Vittoria, the 
Pjrenees, Nirelle, Orthes, and 
Toulouse. Served afterwards 
with the army employed against 
Louisiana, from Dec 1814 to 
June 1815. He has recrlTed 
the Gold CroM for the battles 
of the Pyrenees, Ni Telle, Orthes, 
and Toulouse ; and the Silver 
War Medal with six Clasps for 
the other battles and sieges. 



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Paymaater, — Francis Edwin Maunsell, 13 Sept. 53 ; Ena. p 12 June 46; Lt*. 
Adljutant.— Lieut. Richard Alex. Law. [29 Dec. 49. 

Quarter-Matter.— WaWKm Connelly 19 Sept. 54. 

Surgeon, — Richard Francis Yalpy De Lisle, 5 Nov. 52 ; Atsist.'-Surg, 27 Aug. 41. 
Astietant'Surgeans, — James Ekin, M.B. 7 April 54. 

John Lowe Erskine, M.D. 1 Sept. 54. 

Albert Hawkins, 15 Aug. 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

3 Lt.-Col. 8adlieri6rr«d in Slellf fh>m July 1808 to June 1812. and waa prownt at th« capture of the 
ItlandB of IicMa and Procida. Serred eubaequently in the Peniniula, Including the battle ofCastaUa 
and siege of Tarragona, action at Villa Franca, besideaTarious minor aflPUrt: alio In the American war» 
including theattock onPlattsburg; and subveqaently with the Army of Occupation in France; serred In 
the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, incloding the actions in the Crimea and siege of Scbaslopol (Medal 
and two Clasps). • . "^ "^ 

a Captain Martin serred with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the China EipedltloQ (Medal), and was 
present at the storming of Amoy, atUck and capture of Chapoo, Woosnng, Shanfiial,and Chin KiangFoo 
(where he commanded the Light Compeny), and inTestment of Nankin. 

7 M^Jor Thomson serrfd in tlie Kaffir war under Sir Bei\}amln D Urban (Medal). Serred the Eastern 
campaign of 1864-66, on the AdJuUnt QeDerol's Staff from Ist May 1866, including the batUe of Alma, 
siege and fhU of Sebastnpol (Medal and Clasps). 

M%|orRooertson serred In the Cape Mounted Rifles during the KaAr war of 1860-61 (Medal), wasappointed 
Field Captain in command of the local force of** Armstrong's Horse ;" in which capacity he was engaged la 
many most snoeesafhl operations against the enemy, including the allhir against Seyoia's tribe, April 16Ui 
1861, where he captured 200 head of cattle, and had his horse killed under him; and more particularly at 
the combined attack on the Amatolas, June S8th 1861. where he captured nearly 8,000 head of eaitte; 
repeatedly had the honour of receiring the highest commendation In General Orders, and special mention 
in the despatches of Sir Harry Smith, then Goremor and Commander-in-chief. Serred the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1864-66, with the 4th regiment, Inciuding the battles in the Crimea and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps) : was mentioned in the despatches in high terms by Lord Raglan and by General 
Ryre, for the ** spirited manner*' in which, on the night of the 89nd Nor. 1864. and following rooming, 
he twice repulsed the Russian anaek upon an adranced position before Sebastopol. 

*«* The following officers also serred the Eastern Campaign of 1864-66, including the battles in the 
Crimea, f is.— Lii!nt.-Coloncl Uort, Capts. Rutherfoord, Cocks, Dowbiggin, Treror, Hamilton, and Shep- 
pard; Lieute.Eccles.8yke*, and Burridge; Paymaster Maunsell, Quarter-master Conneli, and Surgeon 
J)e Usie (Medal and two Clasps). 

The following officers were left at Oallipoli, and njoined the Regiment before Sebastopol, early in May 
1866, rlB.:— Col. Willlattis, Caplalas Gamble, Ansell, Foster, and Winniett (MeOal). 

Lts. Laarie,Howley, Stokes, Maule, and Williamson, Joined after the battle of Inkerman (Medal). 



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^^TaS/"'"] Sth Regt . of Foot {N wihumberland FutOieri). 69 

«'QiM Futa pocatU,** iurmotinHng &U George and the Dragon. On the eomtra of the Siuf eol&ur tkg 
Rom atuL Crown; on tha caps lAeKing's Crest ; alto St. QeorgekiUing theDragon. " WILHBLIISTAHL" 
"BOLEIA" " VIMIBRA" " CORUNNA" "BU8ACO" " CIUDAD RODRIOO'* " BADAJOZ" •♦ SALA- 
MANCA" " TITTORIA" " NIVELLE" "0RTHE8»» "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA." 

ColoneL^^ Sir John Grey,i KCB. Sns, 18 July 98; Zt. 8 May 09; CapO 

31 Oct. 03; Mq^or, 27 Nov. OC; LUut.-CoU Feb. 12; CoL 22 July 30; 

Mqjor-Gen. 28 June 38; LL-Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Gen, 20 Feb. 65: Col, 5th 

FiifliIiers,18May49. 
Xteii^-CoZ.— PhUipMelmoth Nelson Guy, JEfU. p 23 Sept. 24; Zt, P12 Jane28; 

Capt, P29 Dec. 37 ; Mqj, 20 July 47 ; Lt.-Col, p 21 May 60 ; Col, 28 Nov. 64. 
Mqfors,— Henry F. F. Johnson, Ens. 22 Nov. 36; Lieut, p 23 April 39; 

Capt. P 20 Jan. 43; Miijor, p5 Oct. 49; Brev, Lieut. Col, 31 Dec. 66. 
Walter Craufurd Kennedy, £nt. 27 Oct. 31 ; Lt, 10 Nov. 34; Capt, P21 Feb. 

40; Mq;or,P2\ May 50. _^ 



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17 


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16 


14 






Captains. 
James Egbert Simmons' 
William Chester Master 
OArge Bryan Milman, «. 



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20 Jan. 32 
P 23 April 39 
P 34 May 39 

Griffin Nicholas I 8 April 34 

John Wallace Colquitt . . j p 1 7 Jan. 40 
Ferdin. Wm. L'Estrange 27 Dec. 42 

William Lyons | 15 Jan. 41 

Arthur Watson Palmer . . { 24 Feb. 43 

John Swaine Hogge p 9 June 43 

Garthshore Stirling Home! 24 Feb. 44 

; Arthur England Johnson , 26 July 44 
James Bailie |P28Nov.34 

' Lieutenants. 
John Henry Chads, r. . . 9 Jan. 41 
Francis Henry Pender . . p 27 Mar. 46 

Albert Ernest Ross 22 Dec. 46 

Wm. Henry Petty Meara 24 Dec. 46 
Jas.W. Dunlop Adair,a4;. 21 April 4G 

William Leach p 21 July 47 

Legh Richmond Parry .. p 30 July 47 

, William Marcon Carter.. p29 Dec. 48 
Edw. Reginald Simmons 29 June 49 

' Robert Harris Hardy ..|P19 0ct. 49 

I Geo. Hen. J. M. Chapman p21 Nov. 51 



29 May 35 p 23 July 41 

P 26 Oct. 41 P29Dec. 46 

20 Sept. 42 P 29 Jan. 47 

26 May 36 22 Dec. 45 

P 30 Dec. 42 P 20 July 47 

9 Jan. 46 P 7 Mar. 51 

12 Sept. 43 8 Mar. 52' 

P31 July 46 P20 May 53! 

9 Nov. 46 ' 3 June 53 

23 Dec. 46 P 28 Oct. 53 



BRBV.-UAJ. 

20 June 54 



I 



Fred. James Mylius 

John Robson Carlisle . 

Robert Moore 

John Cornish Brown . • . . 
2nd Lieutenant. 

John Creagh 

Ensigns. 

George Eyre Massy • . . . 

Edwin Fell Haig 

Horatio Walpole 

, Philip FiURoy 

. Edward Stndley I^wis . . 
I Robert Richard Fennessy 
' John Barnett Barker . . . . 
; Edwin John Oldfleld 



3 June 53 
P 10 June 53 
P 28 Oct. 53 
P 30 Dec. 53 

28 April 54 



24 Dec. 
31 Dec. 



46 



6 June 54 
3 Oct. 48 



12 May 44 
P 30 July 47 

P28Dec. 49 , „ , «. . 

p >i n<M> <;i 3 M^jor Simmons Mrted 

o ijec. Oi ^1,^ campaign tn Ailkhaniitaa 

3 Jan. 52 uid Beloochiitan, as A41utant 

P20 May 53 of the Queen's Royals, includ* 

3 Junp 53 '°K ^* storm and capture of 

POfi n^f AQ ' Obiunee (Medal) and Kiielat; 

«J? V i •» '*>« •'ona 0' «•«'» «>' ^^— 

29 Jan. 54 ' rortressea bo was seTorely 



6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P Oct. 54 

P 15 May 55 

P 5 June 65 



wounded. 



I 



6 June 54 
P 28 July 54 
1 Sept. 54 
P 6 Oat. 54 
1 May 65 
19 June 55 
P 22 June 55, 
P31 Aug. 55 1 
j Paymaster.-'VTed. Blanco Forster, 5 Dec. 51 ; Ens, 12 Nov. 46 ; Li, IZ Oct. 46. 
A4futant. — Lieut. James Wallace Dunlop Adair, 13 Oct. 54. 
; Quarter- Afof^^r.— Robert Webster, 19 July 47. 
a ; Surgeon. — Edward Scott Docker, 14 May 51 ; Assist. -Surg. 29 Dec. 40. 
Assist.'Surgeons. — ^Thomas Ravenscroft Whitty, 25 Nov. 63. 
I Francis Collins, MD. 1 Sept. 54. 

Facings Bright Green. — Agents^ Messrs. Barron & Smith. 

1 Mr Jefaa Qttj umtA Id Uie But Indlet In the eampaign Sfaiut TIppoo Salun, tneludlng tb« batUe of MallaTrlly. the 
ladk wi tk* Tope and Sultan pettab befbre Serlnfapatam, ilege of SerinirapataiD, aad od the ttonniiig party at the asiault— 
edal tor this lerrlee. Scrrcd In the Penlaaala with Uie ftih. and was a ni^or In the tnd Battalion when the Prraeh and 
FWUb Laneers attacked that Refffanentat Bl Bodon « pretent at the siege of Cindad Rodrlff o. also at the seaUnf of the /bn n* 
Inape en the night of the stonn. and at the stwnUng of the great breach, which was earried by the Ind Battalion of the ftth 
■eiMiHl twice womided during the siege t preeent also at the action of Pnente Ouinaldo. On the Sfth Dee. 184S, with the 
left wtaig of the Anny of Owallor. he defeated a MahratU force of twelve thousand aten, at Punnlar (Medal), and captured 
aB ihclr gi«a, t4 te Bomber, one ttaodaid, all their aaiinnBiUoo, and aoaie trtacurc, a«. Sir John hai alio receWed tho 
War Mtdal wttb so* Ctaepfor Clodad Bodrlgo. 

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70 6th ( The Royal \U}Varwickshire)Regt of Foot. 



r £mb. fof 0. of 0. Bope, 88 
LAttg. 1840. Depot at Leeds. 



Ye»r«' Serv. 



58 



'* Tk§ J.ia«lMM>/'~On the three eornen of the lecond eolour/< The Rott and CrotvnJ'^And on the Ortfoo- 
diew' cape. " TA# King** Crr»/." — " ROLEIA" "VIMIEBA" •*CORUNNA" "VITTOBIA" 
-PYRENBBg" «*NIVELLE" «*ORTHES»* ** PENINSULA" "NIAGARA." 

ColoneL^^ Henry James Riddell,' K.H. Sru. Mar. 98; Lieut. 19 April 98 ; 

Capt, 24 Dec* 02', Mai, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lt.-Col. 4 June IS; Co2.22 July 30 ; 

Mqjor-Qen. 23 Nov. 41 ; LU-Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 6th Foot, 35 June 51. 
Lieuienant'ColoneU — Andrew Armstrong Barnes^' Ens, 21 July, 25 ; Lt, 28 

May 29; Capt,9\ July 36; Bt,'MaJ, 9 Nov. 46; Mqj, 19 June 48; Bt. 

Lieut. 'Col, 20 June 54; Lieut,- Col. 2 Oct. 54. 
Mqfort.—fLoberi W. Macleod Fra8er,*^n«. 5 July 33 ; Lt, p 17 July 35 ; Capt. 

P 15 April 42 ; Major, p 26 Dec. 51. 
James Eiphinston Robertson,' Bne, p8 Apr. 37 ; Lt. p21 June 39; Capt, P27 

Oct. 48 ; Brev,'Maj, 20 June 54 ; Mcfjor^ 10 May 55. 



Pay. 
30 

23 

19 



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P«y. 

6 



26 





25 





21 





14 





13 





11 





11 





14 





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1 





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1 





1 





12 
5 


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10 





15 





10 





2 






Captains. 
John Crayen Mansergh' 

Edward Staunton? 

Bdward James Blanckley* 
Wm. Albert Stratton. . 
Henry Pratt Gore^ .. 
Richard Thompson*®. . 
Charles Parker Catty" 
Philip Aug. Mosse . . . • 
Cortlandt Taylor, t, . . 
John H. FordElklDgton" 
Nicholas Appleby Spoor' 
Wm. Lee," Q..M.98June44 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Edward Lloyd* . , . . 
Edwin Grogan ..... 
Robert Unwin .... 
Fra.Wra. Hy.M'Cleland" 
VralterTylerBartley,^4;'. 
William Grove Aunesley 
Richard Henry Goodwin 

WUliam Pitt Prest 

John Dawson,** d. pm. .. 
John L. Otway Mauscrgh 
Lewis Blyth Hole .... 
iHenry Robert Twyford 
W. C. F.Burlton Bennett 
jThomas FoUiott Powell 

Ensigns. 
Henry Parkinson ..... 
John Edward Tewart . . . 

Richard Bolton 

Richard Shell 

George Hunt 

Aubrey Wm. O. Saunders 

Thomas Bowen 

Wm. Sheffield Hardinge 
John Thomson Bowers . 
William WasUe 



BNSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



26 Nov. 80 
17 May 31 
22 May 35 

27 May 42 
P 21 July 43 

6 Aug. 45 

P 2 May 45 

16 Apr. 42 

P 13 Feb. 46 

28 Aug. 46 
P 7 Apr. 48 

26 July 46 

P 12 Nov. 47 

P 18 Apr. 51 

11 Apr. 51 

3 Nov. 46 

26 Dec. 51 

P 23 Jan. 52 

P 24 Jan. 52 

V 13 Feb. 52 

28 May 52 

P 9 July 52 

3 Dec. 52 

P22 Nov. 50 

P17 Dec. 52 

P 18 Feb. 53 



P22 April 53 
P 8 July 53 

14 July 54 
P 7 Dec. 54 

10 Apr. 55 

22 Apr. 55 

23 Apr. 55 

24 Apr. 55 
18 May 55 
30 NoY. 55 



11 July 34 
4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 
P 19 Nov. 44 
P 10 June 46 
P12 Nov. 47 

29 Jan. 47 

31 July 46 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P 16 Jan. 52 

26 Dec. 51 



CAPTAIN. IbRBV.-MA/* 



,51 
62 



P 26 Dec. 
P 6 July 
P 9 July 62 
24 Sept. 52 
P 26 Nov. 52 
P 15 Feb. 53 
p 



31 July 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 4« 

P 30 Mar. 49 

P 26 Nov. 52 

P 1 July 63 

P26 Aug. 53 

6 June 54 

P 7 Ayr. 54 

2 Oct. 54 

P 8 Dec. 54 

10 May 55 



28 May 53 



I Lient..6eii. Riddel! serred 
' at Deputy - Anlit. - Quarter - 
I Macter^eneral at Uie capture 
* » «.j v« of Copeohagen In 1807 ; and 
(6 Aug. 53 as AtsUtanl- Quarter -Master- 
6 June 54 1 Oeueral on the eastern coast 
a T.,..« rA ^' Spain and at Genoa, with 
OJune 04 ihe army under Lord William 
Bentinck. 



P 7 June 54 

P 28 May 52 

2 Oct. 54 

P 6 Dec. 54 



Paf/mast€r,'-'Sydney James Tlmbrell/^ 9 May 51 ; JEne, 27 May 42 ; Lieut» 
Ac^'utant.^Lieut. Walter Tyler Bartley, 21 Dec. 55. [10 Nov. 43. 

Quarter-Master.'-John Croker," 28th July 46. 

Surgeon, — Egerton James Pratt, >' 7 May 52; Aseist.-Surg, 11 June 41. 
AeHetant'Surgeont, — Henry Vereker Bindon,'^ 12 June 46. 

Alexander Robert Hudson, M.B. 26 May 54. 

Facings 'Blne^'^AgentSf MeBBrs. Cox and Co, 



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eth {The Royal 1st Warwickshire) Regt. of Foot. 70a 

S Ucat-Ool. BaniMMfftcd in tke KaArwtf of IBflB-* (Medal). 

3 If^or Praser acted as staff officer to a detachment sent from Bombay in 18S7 ayainit tho reMi la 
Caaanu He serred also in the Kaffir war of lMe-47 (Medal). 

5 Major BobertMn serred with the 6ih Reft, in the Kaffir war of 1851-3: commanded tko lalbntr^ 
eonsiftinf of three companiei of the 0th, and one company of the 7Srd Rogts. at the engaf ement of ttin 
Boomah Pass in the Amatola mountains 84ih Dee. 1860 (horse shot), and abo in the sltirmish on the Ibl- 
lowinp day between the KelsiLama Hoek and Fort White, when a large body of Kaffirs were deteied with 
grcttt loss (mentioned in General Orders). Commaoded the 0th Reg L on the 0th Feb. when attacked by ft 
large force of Kaffirs between Fort Cox and Fort White, at which time a hundred of the enemy wero 
killed (mentioned in Oeneral Orders). Appointed Commandant of Port Elizabeth and the district of 
Ultenhage In March 1861, and was placed in command of 800 lerles and 100 monnted barghers for thn 
purpose of keeping the Zuurbefg mountains clear of the enemy, and also the keeping open the commanl- 
cation between Port Elisabeth, and Graham's Town. Was engaged ic several minor aflsirs with the 
enemy from the abore time to the close of the war in March 1868 (Medal). 

M^. Mansergh served with the 0th Regt. In the Kaffir war ftvm the atUek In the Boomah Pass, «4th 
Dec. 1850, to the conelukiun of the war io 1858 (Medal). Was placed by Sir Harry Smith in command of tho 
isolated post of Port White in the enemy's country on the S8th Dec. 1890: caused the post to be stockaded, 
and with his party ot 180 men defroded it on the 8rd January 1851, against a force of 1,000 Kaffirs under 
dandiili, Auta,and other chlefk, who were defeated with severe loss, for which service he and bit garrleoto 
were cumplimenttd in general orders. Was afterwards present at both affiiirs attba Watarklooi; and eom- 
manded the Regt. at the first attack. 

7 Capiain Staunton served as a volunteer with the Royal Af^iran Corps upwards of four years before h* 
was ai^lnted to an JBnsigncy. In 1687 he accompanied the detachment of the 0th Regt. with the Bombay 
field force employed against the insnrgenta in Oanara. Served also on the Rastera frontier of the Cape of 
Good Hope from the end of lt(46 uniil the tenuinaiion of the Kaffir war In 1847. Was Commandant of 
East London, British Kaffi^ria, during the Kaffir war of 1851-58 (Medal). 

8 Captain Blanekiey served with a detachment of the 0(h Regt. sent from Bombay in 1887 against the 
rebels in Canara. Also in the Kaffir war of 1840-7; and throughout the whole of the Kaffir war and 
Uotfen tot rebellion of 1851-2-8, was present with the Regt. on nearly every patrole, and several tlman 
engaged with the enemy ; commanded the Regt. In a skirmish at the Caboala hill, 29th June 1851, when It 
formed the rear-guaid to the division then protecting a capture of 1,600 head of Gaika cattle (Medal). 

Capts. Gore and Spoor, and Lieut. Lloyd, served in the Kaffir war of 1861-8 (Medal). 

10 Captam Thompson served with the 6th Regt. In the Kaffir war of 1840-7. Also in that of 1861-8-8t 
was present at the operations in the Watarkloof in Sept. 1851 and in March 1858 ; aud received a eompll- 
menuu7 letter from Sir Harry Smith while in command of Port Grey, for recapturing with a very sasaR 
party a number of eattle taken by the enemy from the Government train (Medal). 

1 1 Captoin Catty served throughout the Kaffir war of 1850-58 (Medal) : acted as Field Adjutant to the In- 
fantry at the commenoem«nt of hostilities in the engagement in the Boomah Pass, and on the following day, 
when ineapaciUted by wounds, was several times nearly taken prlioner. Present at Fort Whita when that 
post was stormed by a large force of the enemy, who were repulsed by the small rarrison under M^}or 
Mansergh. In May 1851 he was appointed Commandant of an Irregular corps of Europeans, designated 
** Catty's Rifles," and during thirteen months of the most active period ol operations, this corps did good 
and gallant service, being engaged in nearly every patrol of the SSnd Division, the same being frequently 
acknowledged in Gteneral Orders, and the various reports of Commanders of Divisions. On the disband- 
ment of *' Catty's RiflM," he r^oined his Regt. (the 0th), and proceedf d with the expedition against the 
paramount chief Krrii, and on hi« return to head-quarters was appointed to the command of Vurl Grey, 
which he held till the cessation of hostilities, during which period, besides rendering the post perfectly 
defensible, waicgons aud cattle, which were on ihreo occasions taken by the enemy anddrlven olT, wtrre recap- 
tured by the garrison under Capt. Catty. Was twice severely wounded by musket balls In the Boomah Pass. 

12 Capt. Rlkington served with the 0th RegU in the Kaffir wars of 1847 and 1851-62 (Medal), -during 
which he was present at the operations in the Fish River, Watarkloof, Amatolas, and Traaa-Kel Expedi- 
tions in command of the Light Company. 

15 Capt. Lee served with the Royal Marines at the capture of the Island of Carabnsa, together with 
several piratical vessels In ite harbour, in 1828-80 (Medal). 

14 Lieut. M*Clalaad and Asslst.-Surgeoa Bindon served in the Kaffir war of 1840-47; and In that of 
1851-68 (Medal). 

16 Lieut. Dawson served with the 0th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1846-47; also throughout that of 
18M.M (Medal), including the operations in the FUh River, Amatolas, and both the Trans-Kel Rzpedl* 
tiooSff on the latter of which as acting Adjutant. 

10 Paymosfer TlmbreU served the SuileJ campaign of 1845-0, and was present In the battles of Mood* 
kee, IVro^eshah, Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Bobraon, in which last he had both his thigh-bones broken by 
grap«-ehot( Medal and Clasps). 

17 Qr.-MasterCroker served with a detachment of the 0th Regt. sent trom Bombay In 1887 against the 
Rebele in Oanara. Served in the Kaffir war of 1840-47 (was acting Adjutant In the Trans-Kei Eipe- 
diiien); also in that of 1860-62 (Medal). —at the commencement of whioh he was appointed Field 
AdJolMl^— in July 1861 acting Brigade Major, and In Feb. 1852 D.AJQ.M.G. of the 1st Brigade : was 

(cd in all the principal affidrs of the war; five times noticed in General Orden, and repeatedly la 



18 SoifMii Pntt Mrred with tho 0th B«gt. in the Kaffir war of 18684 (Medal). 



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71 m Regt. of Foot {Royal Fusiliers). m^^L'lSl,'^: 

In the centre of the colours, The '' JRoire" within the "Garter'^ and the " Crown** over it. 

And In the corners of the second Colour, The " White Hone," " Martiniqub" 

"Talavbba" "Albuhbra" " Badajoz"" Salamanca" " Vittobia" "Pyrbkbbs" 

"Obthbs " "Toulousb" " Pbitiksula" " Alma" <* Inkbbman" *' Sbvastopol." 



Yews' 8^nr. 



50 



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Pay 

13 
15 



13 
19 
8 

6 
6 
6 
5 
4 
7 
4 
3 
7 

18 
7 
9 

8 
2 
8 
8 
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1 
8 
8 
8 



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P»T. 



CoUmel.^^ Samuel Benjamin Auchmuty,^ CB. Ens, 15 Oct 97 ; !>/. 13 March 

00 ; Capt. 14 Not. 05 ; Mqj. 31 June 13 ; LL-CoL 18 Apr. 14 ; Col 6 Blay 31 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 83 Nov. 41 ; Li.-Gen. 11 Not. 51 ; CoL 7th F. 18 Jan. 55. 
Lieu^.-Co^.^Arthur John Pack,* Ent, p 9 Aug. 33 ; Lieut, p 5 May 37 ; Capt. 

P 83 June 43 ; Brev.-Mqj. 80 June 54 ; Mqj, 82 Dec. 54 ',Lt.-CoL 19 June 55. 
William Henry Charles Wellesley, ^ri«. P29 June 30; X^P5 0ct.32; Capt, 

P 17 Jan. 40 ; Mqjor, p 14At>ril 48 ; Lt.-Col. p 3 Nov. 48 ; Col. 28 No?. 54. 
ilfq;or«.— Reginald Youge Shipley,^ Ens. p 5 Dec. 43 ; Xf. p 11 Dec. 46; Capt. 

P 30 Apr. 58; Brw.-Moj. 18 Dec. 54 ; Mqjor, 19 June 55. 
Eustace Henry Rose,' En$. p 16 July 41 ; Lt. 86 July 44 ; Capt. p 88 Feh. 51 ; 

M^jor, 19 Aug. 55. 



BN8IGN. 



P 13 Oct. 43 P 
P 19 Aug. 44 
P 18 May 48 
P 88 Sept. 47 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 14 June 50 
P17 June51 
P 16 Sept. 51 

9 July 52 
P 6 July 49 
P23NOT.58 
P 81 May 53 

10 Apr. 49 
P 11 Oct. 44 

13 July 49 
P 8 April 47 



14 July 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P85Aug. 54 

5 Nov. 54 

6 Not. 54 



Captains. 
Charles Edward Watson* 
Richd. William Aldworth? 
Thomas Try on, 't . . . . 
Hugh Robert Hibbert* 
Henry Wm. Paget Butler* 
Fred. Ernest Appleyard**^ 
G. W. Wallace Carpenter'* 
Joshua Harry Cooper. . . . 
Philip George Coney" .. 
Thomas Wright Marten'^ 
Lord Rich.HoweBrowne" 
Francis James Hickie'*. . 
Henry Mitchell Jones>^ . 
Geo. Hamilton Twemlow 
Edwyn Stanhope Jervois 
John Mac Henry" .... 

LlBUTBNAMTS. 

Lewis John Fillis Jones" 
Geo. Hen. Waller," A^j. 
Napier DouglasRobinsoa'' 
Edgar John Disney 
Adrian Bennett,*' «. 
Charles H. Malan*' 

William Hope" !p 5 Jan. 55 

Heathcote Plummer** .. 15 Dec. 54 
Hy. N. Cotton Tharstone 
Llewellyn Price Traheme 
James Kennedy M'Adam 
John Emiiius Blwes ... 
Charles Enrol Hope*^ ... 

Henry Kerr 

Robert Watson Sparks . 
William Pryce Browne** 
Hon. Howard Moreton. 
James Anthony Gardner*' 
Henry John Barnard .... 
Charles S. Courtenay 
Francis Burton Cole . 
Hen. Edm.Wm. Rumbold 
Alex. Nixon Montgomery 

Musgrave Watson 

Ensigns. 
Lindsey Holland Butler 
Cornelius Geo. O'Brien. 
John Somers Cocks . . . 
Francis John Foster . . • 

Geoi^ Kirwan 

Charles Gnmey 

Thomas Burton Vandeleur 

Anselm Tibeaudo 

George J. Franklin .... 
FiUmaurice Beanchamp 
William Lloyd Browne.. 
Edn^ond Waller 



LIBUT. 



8 Aug. 45 
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82 Dec. 54 
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1 Colonel Auchmutj Mrred 
several years intheWesi Indies, 
and was presen t at the storm xn% 
or Home Foriantep St. Locia. 
In 1800 he accompanied the 
second Battalion Royal PusiU 
iers to Portugal, and was pre- 
sent at Oporto and Talavent 



82 Dec. 54 

89 Dec. 54 
P 11 Jan. 55 
P 13 Jan. 55 

P25Auff. 54' 26Ju1t 55 •» Major or Brigade to sir Alex. 

^Ja?.65| ^''"il ^.Campbell; andatibebatUeof 

16 Mar 55* 

9 Mar. 55 1 «. _,, 

D 1 ut^'^ i^n-DQi A..» Kii t'*^® of Fuentcfl d'Onor, 

89 Mar. 55 , 9 Sept. 55 General to the Siith Division. 

P 30 Mar. 55 9 Sept. 55 On return to the Penimtula 

84 April 55 3 Oct. 55 ' '~"\ J^^ . '**:* ^ ^"^ •P" 

84 April 55, 16 Oct 55 
80 July 55 P 9 Not. 55 



27 July 65 Busaco, the retreat of the armjr 

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19 Aug. 55 ^* 11"^ of Torres Vedras, and 



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pointed extra Aide-de-Carop to 

Sir Lowry Cole, and was in 

action with the Fbnrth DItIsIoh 

at Vittorla and the Pjreneer, — 

at the latter was promoted to 

the Brevet rank of Mi^for. 

Succeeding soon afterwards to 

13 July 55,(^)0 Regimental Miy'oriij, he commanded the 

10 Jnlv «L«;'ll8li^ companies of Blajor-General Ross's Brl- 

n»a T 1 -e f^«* A°<i >«rTed wlUi them at Orthes and 

i" 20 July oo Toulouse,-at the latter was promoted BroTet 

P 3 Aug. 55 Lleut.-Colonel. He has rmwived the Gold 

10 Auir 55 ^^"^1 *?^ one Clasp for the battles of Ortbea 

oi Q^*.* er <^n<l Toulouse; and the Silver War Medal with 

«1, «^'* ^ fi^e CJa*p8 for the other battles. 

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I |Pay;iMr«*er.— Henry Dixon," 29 Oct. 62 ; Ens, P 6 Feb. 47 ; Xf. p29 Dec. 48. 

2 ' \ Adjutant, —Lieut, George Henry Waller, 9 Oct. 66. 

2 I Quarter-Master. — John Mortimer Scott,*? 18 Ang. 64. 

Ill Surgeon,— Thorns Moorheed, M.D. 3 Not. 64; AsHet.'Surg, 24 Oct. 46. 

2 j Amstant Surgeons,— Thomw Egerton Hale, 14 Dec. 64. 

2 , I Charles Ricketts, 28 April 64. 

2 I I Thomaa 8heehy, M.D. 26 May 64. 

Facings Blae. — Agents, Meurs. Cox & Co. 

S Lt.-Col. Pack tenr«d the Eastern campaign from Feb. 18B5 at the sleire of Sebastopol with the 7th 
Finllien, and was severely wounded when commanding the Regt. at the atkault on the Bedaa oa the 
18th June (Medal). 

4 Major Shipley serred the Eastern campaign of 1854, Inclading the battles of Alma and Inkennan 
(severely wounded), and ilegeof debastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 M^or Rose serred the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma and lakermu 
(wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claspb). 

9 Ma|or Waieoo serred in the Eastern camiialgn of 1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of 
Alma (Uedal and Clasp). 

7 Captain AldworUi served the Ea«tem campaign of 1854 up to Slh November, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebasiopol, and sortie of SGtli October (Medal and Clasps). 

7t Captain Tryon served In the Eastern campaign of 1854,includmg the battle of Inkerman, siege of 
Seba*topol, and sortie on JiOth Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Major Hibbvrt served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, and was present at the battles of Alma 
(wounded) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, including sortie on 86lh Oct. 1864. aaeault on the Re- 
dan 18th June 1856, and assault on tlie Redan on 8th Sept. (severely wounded): Medal and Claspa. 

Captain Butler served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkerman (severely 
wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 CapC. Appleyard served with the 8()th in the Burmese war of 1852 (Medal), and was present at the 
captare of Martaban, operations before Ranf6on on the I Slh, ISih, and 14lh April, and eapture of the 
Great Dagon Pagoda with the storming party; also at the eapture of Proroe. Served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1864-56 with the Royal Fiisillen, and was present at the battles of Alma (wounded) and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol, including sorties on 6th April and 0th May, defence of the Quarries 7th 
June, and assault on the Redan 18th June (wounded) : Medal and Clasps. 

18 Captain Carpenter served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was wounded at the battle of Alma 
(Medal ainl Clasp). 

18 Captain Coney served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of 
Alooa (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain Marten served at the siege of Sebastopol, from I7tli June 1855, including the assault on the 
Redan on the Idth June (Medal). 

16 Lord Richard Brnwoe servHl at the siege of Sebastopol, from 98th March 1855, including sorties on 
Stnd March and 0th May, defence of the Quarries 7ih June, and a^fault I'n the Redan on the 18ih June 
(severely wounded); also slightly wounded by the bursting of a Rbell in Sebastopol, Ui Dec. 1856 (Medal). 

10 Captain HIckie servsd at the sieve of Sebastopol, from I7th Juue Xtf65, includiug assaults on the 
Bedan on 18th June and 8th Sept. (severely wounded) : Medal. 

17 Captain H. M. Jones served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, and was present at the baUle of 
Alma (severdy wounded) and siege of Si'baetopol, Including sortie on Oih May, attack and capture of 
the Quarries 7th Jane (wounded), and assault on the Uedan 8th Sept. (dangerously wounded) : Medal 
and Claepe. ^ 

18 Captain Mae Henry served at the siege of Sebaetopol, from Jan. 1855, Indudlng sortie on 82ad March 
(severely wounded): Medal. 

10 lient. Lf WIS Jones served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the battle of Inker- 
man (wounded) and siege <rf Sebastopol, including sorties on 5th April (wounded) and Olh May, attack and 
capture of the Quarries 7th June, and assault oa the Redan 18th June (severely wounded); he was also 
wounded In the trendies on S7th March 1855 (Medal and Clasps). 

90 Lieut. Waller served at the siege of Sebastopol from 91st Nov. 1854, including sortie on 5th April 
defence of the Quarries 7th June (wounded), and assault on the Redan 18th June (wounded) : Medal. 

91 Ueut. Robinson served at the sieve of Sebaetopol, from 17th Feb. 1855, indudlng the assault on the 
Bedaa on the 18th June (wminded): Medal. 

99 Lieut. Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, indudlng the battles of Alma and Inkemaa. 
aad siege of Setaatopol (Medal and Clasps). 

99 Lieat.Malaa served at the siege of Sebastopol since the 12th June 1856, Including the assault on th« 
Bedaa on 18th June (severely wounded) : Medal. 

94 Lleat. Plumnier served at the siege of Sebastopol from 12fh July 1855 (Medal). 

95 Lieut. William Hope served at the siege of Sebastopol from the SUt May 1866, indudlng the attack 
aad capturo of the Quarries 7rh June, and assault on the Redan oa 18th June (Medal). 

96 Lievts. C. £• Hope, Browne, and Gardner served at the siege of Sebastopol fh>m 7th July 1865 
(Medal). 

97 Paymaster Dizoa and Qr.-Masfer Scott serred the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, Indndiag tha 
battles of Ahna aad lakennan, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



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B '* White Horse,'* on a red groand within the " Garter,** and the" Crown" orer it. In the 
hree coraen of the second colour, the ** Rojfal Cypher and Cronm.** " Ifee aspera torrent,** 
The" Sphinx,** with the words •* EGYPT" ••MARTINIQUE" "NIAOAKA." 

^HIli Colonel.—^ «B Roderick Macneil,> BnM. 17 March 08; Zt. May 09; Capt 
I Dec 14; Jifqjar, Aug, 31 ; Lt-Col 25 Jan. 32; Col. 10 Jan. 57 ; Afqf.. 
Half Oen* 9 Nov. 46; Lieut.-Gen. 20 Jone 54 ; Col. 8th Foot, 18 Mar. 55. 
P«7. Lintt,'ColoneU» — Henry Winchcombe Hartley, Ens. 10 Sept. 18 ; Lieut. 1 Oct. 
20; Capt. Pi Oct. 25; Brevot'Mqfor,^^ June 38; If <|;or9 p 26 Oct. 41 ; 
Li.-Col. P 16 Dec. 45 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
John Longfleld, Ens. P23 June 25; Xieu^ p 26 Sept. 26 ; Cap^PSO Jan.35; 

Mqjor, P 19 Noy. 44 ; Lieut. -Col. 3 Apr. 46 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
Mqfors.—Bdwvd Harris Greathed, Ens. p 22 June 32 ; Lieut, p 10 May 33 ; 

Capt. P 27 Apr. 38 ; Mq;. P 3 Apr. 46 ; Breoet Lt.^CoL 20 June 54. 
James Croft Brooke,' Sns.^Zl Oct. 31 ; Lieut. 2 Sept. 33; Capt. 31 March 
46; 3r<|;<»r,P2 0ct. 49. 



Captains. 

John Hindo 

James Johnston 

A. Cunningh. Robertson* 
Edwin Gream Daniell^ . . 

William Bayly* 

George Bdward Baynes . . 
Richard Wilson Hartley 
Alfred Ingllby Qarnett. . 
Robert Stuart Baynes, #. 
John Millar Bannatyne . 
John Ball Campbell ^ . . 
Shaftoe Craster Craster. . 



P 28 Feb. 35 
7 June 39 

P 15 Sept. 37 

2 Oct. 35 

26 Jan. 39 

2 July 41 



P 26 Oct. 41 IP 27 Sept. 44 
P 13 May 42 ;P 4 July 45 
P 88 July 43!p27 Mar. 46 
P 17 Dec. 47 P 10 Jan. 61 
2 July 41, 29Sept.43 
P 27 Sept. 44 



P30Juue37|P 4 July 45 
P 13 May 42|p21 Apr. 46 
P 20 Aug. 41 Pll Nov. 45 
P 7Sept. 38|p25No?. 45 
23 June 42 j 29 May 48 
P 12 Dec. 43 



3 Apr. 46 



Lieutenants. 
Richard Wm. Woods^ . 
Thomas George Souter^ 

Daniel Becre 

Thomas Aldridge 

Ersk. Nimmo Sandilands 

George Corry 

B. Kennicott M'Dermott^ 
Charles Covell Neama 

Horace Xlmenes 

Wm. Waldegrave Pogson ,p 27 Mar. 46 
George FullerWalker/i4;. | 14 4pr. 46 
JohnVereWm.Hen.Webb! 29 Jan. 47 



P 27 Aug. 41' 
21 May 42 ' 

4 May 42 ! 
21 May 42 
91 May 421 
26 July 44 
1 Nov. 42 
20 May 42 
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30 Dec. 
28 Jan. 



BRET.M AJ. 



Thomas Beattie Grierson. 
Alexander Ross Bayly . . 
Wm. Raymond Xlmenes 
Chas. Sutherland Dowson* 
Herbert Vernon Lillicrap 
Pied. Bradford M<Crea.. 
William Fred. Metge . . 



P 21 May 47 
2 Apr. 47 



17 Oct. 48 

9 Feb. 49 

P 21 Feb. 51 

15 Mar. 53 
P 22 April 53 

27 Jun. 55 
P 20 July 55 

S Captain Robertson served 

in the Anglo-Spanish Lef ion 

from Juljr 18W to Jun« 1897. 

Recelvod n medal for the ac- 

o A ^fil^^on o^ ^th Uaj 1887; the 

9 Apr. 40 cross of tbo 1st class of San 

3 Apr. 46 Fernando, for the actions ol 

3Apr. 46i'>»« **»k *»<> ^^^ March 

Q A,x. itnl 1^7; and anoiber medal for 

,?dP ?«*»>• •to"»*nf of Irwn, I7th 

13 Nov. 46 1 May followlnfc : sevcralx 

P 14 Feb. 45 < wounded In the face bj a 

QO Mnv AA >eR>inter In the general action 

o ^J In 1 o* **»« half hto of Ametaa, 1st 

9 Feb. 49 o«t, i886. 

13 Sept. 49 

P 21 Feb. 51 

P 15 Oct. 52 

6 May 53 



P 29 Dee. 48 25 May 53 

3 June 42' 27 Mar. 46 

9 Feb. 49 1 27 Jan. 55 

6 June 54, p 20 July 55 

P 13 Feb. 521 7 Sept. 55 

Thomas Mackesy Vincent p 26 July 53 p 5 Mar. 54 

7 Lieuts. Woods, Sonter, and M*Dermott wer« 



4 Captain Daniel) served with 
the 58th in China (Medal), and 
was present at Amoy, Chusan, 
and Ghinhae, Inclnding tbn 
repulse of the nightp-attack. 

8 Capt. Bayly was present 
at the battle of Platisbnrg ia 
18U. 

8 Captain Campbell served 
with rhe 40ih Regt. In Cliina, 
fk^MM May IMS to ihe end off 
tiM war. 



Ensigns. 
Fred. Anderaon StebMng 
Win. Hext Moonsteven 
William Robert Webb . , 



18 May 55 

15 June 55 

7 Sept. 55 



present with the BuA in the action of PoBBiar* 
and have received the Bronae 8tar« 

8 Uent. Dowson served «Uh the SOlb Regt. 
throughout the Punjauh campaign or 18i8-9, 
incliHUng the pasMge of the Chenah, an4 
buttles of CbiUianwallah and Goojerat (Medal 
and Claepe). 
Pay»itf#<tfr.--O.EgCTtonHnddle8ton,23Mar.55;«»M.30Dec.48;Xf.P27Jaiie54. 
A4futant.—Lieut. George Fuller Walker, 10 April 55. 
Quarter-Master.'^Johik Rosa, a Nov. 42. 

5ur^c<m.— -Francis Charles Annesley, 15 Aug. 48; Assist. •Surff, 17 Sept. 89. 
Assietant'Surgeons. — Richard Domenichettl, M.D., 3 Apr. 46. 
• Hen. CUnton Martin, 20 Mar. 46. 

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Jeut.-General Maenell served in Sir John Moore's retreat, and sabsequentlj at Walehexm in 1809 ; In 
lish Pomerania in 1813; in Holland in 1614, including the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom ; and the cam- 
1 of ISlfi, including the bsttle of Waterloo. 

M^jor Brooke served with theSIstRegt. throughout the campaign of 1848 in Aff||hanistan (Medal) under 
T-General Pollock, and was present in the acUons of Maxeena, Teieen and JugduUuok (wounded), the 
patloii of Cabool, and the different engagements leading to it. He commanded a Company during 
a-npalgn, and received his wound whilst protecting some guns atUched to the rearguard. . ^. ^, . , , > 

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"^ZJSS^l 9th (The East N(^folk)Refftment of Foot 74 

•me figure xtt '* Britannia," " BOLBIA" " VIMIERA " "COBUWHA » " BU8AC0/' "8ALAUANCA '* 
" TITTORIA" "ST. SEBA8TIAH" " NIVE" " PENINSULA'* "CABOOL, 184a" "IfOODKEB*' 
" FEBOZBSHAH " "SOBBAON " " SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— 9 Sir James Archibald Hope,* KCB. Ens. 12 Jan. 00; Zt,9 Jnnm 

01 ; Capt. 18 Feb. 06; Mi^or, 6 March 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June 19; Col, 29 

July 30 ; Mqj.-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 9lh F. IS Feb. 4B« 
£^-Co/«.— Arthur Borton,* CB. Ens. p 13 July 82 } Lt. p 3 April 36 ; Capi. 30 J lUy 

41 ; Brev.'Mqj. 3 April 40; Mqf. P19 Sept. 48; LU^CoL P 10 June A3 i 

Coh 17 July 66. 
Charlee ElmhirBt,* Em. p 14 Aug. 36 $ Lieui, p 17 Oct 37 ; CupU 22 ]>ec« 

46 ; MojoTy P8 June 62 ; Lt.-Col. 9 March 66. 
If/l/orf.— Frederick D. Lister/ Ens. 16 Sept. 30; Lt. p22 Feb. 89; Capt* 

P 14 Apr. 46; Mt^or, p 10 June 63 ; Brs9€t Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. 66. 
Duncan Munro Bethune,' Ens. 17 Apr. 36; Lieut. 21 Mar. 38; Capt. 22 Dee. 

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Captains. 
Charles Henry Leslie^ . . { p 20 July 38 

Alexander Tayler? ; 21 June 39 

GeorgeHarringtonHawes*. 24 Nov. 43 

Sydney Darling 30 May 43 

Henry Ralph Browne*. . . 8 Apr. 46 
John Wnilam Percy, *.>• ' 21 Apr. 46 
Simeon Charles Lousada'o p 3 Apr. 46 
Hn. W. Leopold Talbot'»t p 20 May 42 
Hopton Bassett Scott " . . I 24 Dec. 47 

Robert Daunt '» ! P2d July 40 

WilUam Burden" t 26 Oct. 41 

Charles Birch Vane .... i P 30 Dec. 26 
Henry John WUklnson* j P23 May 48 
Wm. Parker Terry " . . . . | 2 Apr. 



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P 2 April 62 
P 11 June 62 



P 9 July 62 P 18 Aug. 54 
P18 Feb. 63 1 16 Dee. 64 
P 13 May 63 
P 13 Dec. 53 
P 6 Jan. 64 



Howen Van Straubenzee^ 4 Apr. 46 
James Legh Thursby* .. p 19 Sept. 48 

Lieutenants. 
Arthur Oswald Richards p 1 Sept. 48 

VilHam Daunt • 13 Sept. 48 

B. J. PoUexfen Bastard p 18 Jan. 60 
John BartonTaylor** . . . 
B. C. Wm. C. Bloxsome' 

William Nugent* 

William Crosbie Harvey* 
Alleu George Douglas'^ . . 

William Husseyi^ 

Henry Marcus Beresford 
James L. Stawell Sealy '^ 
Wnrram Claude Elliot *« , 
H.MastermanThompson"! 6 June 64' 
Charles James Borton*.. 14 July 64 

Thocnas Tayler 'p 18 Jan. 60 

Thomas Renant^* | 11 Aug. 64 

Hen.CoUingwoodVibart" p18 Aug. 64 
Wm. Henry Rainsford" . . 28 Nov. 62 
William Harris Burland'V 26 Aug. 64 
John M'Queen," Adij. . . 6 Nov, 64 
John Hunt Cummin^ . . 6 Jan. 66 
William Aug. Elmhirst . . p 12 Jan. 65 
Rich. Chas. Hen. Germon p 16 Jan. 65 
Henry Geo. Hunt Gntbbe 26 Jan. 66 
Stair Andrew Agnew .... 10 May 66 

HenryGipps 20 Feb. 66 

Ensigns. 
ArthurF.BinghamWright 22 Mar. 66 
AndrewFitzJamesC. Rollo 23 April 65 
James John Plumridge" 24 April 65 
W. H. Errington Ridsdale 1 May 66 
George MincbinChadwick 11 May 66 
John Haycroft Bolton . . 1 June 66 

John Aplin** I 6 June 66 

Groker Miller ' 8 June 66 

Robert Reginald Luard . . | 14 June 66 
William James Massy . . ; 20 July 66 

Henry Kitchener | 3 Aug. 65 

John Samuel Jeffares .... Oct. 66 
William Fxed. Field .... I 16 Oct. 66 



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16 July 41 P 14 Apr. 46 

30 July 41 P 23 May 48 

4 Jan. 46 P 19 Sept. 48 

4 July 45 P 29 Dec. 48 

P19Sept.4S P28Dec. 49 

P30Mar.47 p 8 June 62 

P 2 Feb. 49; P 10 June 68 

P 26 Jan. 44 p 14 April 48 

P28Mar.51|P 4 Aug. 64 

P 16 Aug. 42 29 Dec. 64 

13 Oct. 43 29 Dee. 64 

P 17 Dee. 80. P 19 Jan. 89 

P 31 Oct. 61 1 6 Jan. 66 

2i(pr. 52! 21 June 66 

P26Feb. 48) 81 Aug. 66 

P 8 June 62 p 14 Sept. 66 



P 2 Apr. 62 
P 16 Feb. 63 
P 10 Jane 68 



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2 Nov. 66 
ailorr. 66 



11 Nov. 61 



6 June 64 
6 Jane 64 
11 Aug. 64 



15 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dee. 54 

6 Jan. 65 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 65 
12 Jan. 66 
19 Jaft. 66 

7 Mar. 66 

8 Mar. 66 

9 Mar. 66 
1 June 66 
1 June 65 
6 June 66 

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9 Oct. 66 



1 tir JamM Hope mttvA witk th« 
expedition to Hanover m 180(.S; 
to ZoiOaBd ia 1807. ioeliuUBf tko 
eiege of CopettbagcD; to Bvedea 
in 1808; 1b Portntml and Spain in 
1808-9, Indttdiiurthe aectoil at Lnto 
and battle of Coranna. WitS the 
etpedltloB to Waleherea in I80t; 
the Peni n e at ai eampaignafrom MIO 
to the end of that war in 18 U, in- 
chiding the baftcloof Bonr«ai.rfegn 
of Chadad Sodrife» eofwiag tho 
aiMO of Badi^oa, afUts in front of 
Saiamanea and at Oama, battle of 
Vittoria. ncge of San Sebastian. 

?tssaget of (be Bidaiaoa, Gave 
Oleron, and Oare de Fan; baftlea 
of the Ni««e. Nive. Orthea, k Ton- 
ionac. Sir Jamea h«a received tie 
Oold Cfoaa*aClnap«srth«balUea 
of TMterta, N l >el le ^ NIve, Onhea, 
; a^ llM aJHHr War 



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Paymaster,-—KnATew Sierwright,* 2 Apr. 62 ; Ens, I Apr. 46 ; LU P 1 Sept 48. 

AdUutant,-— Lieut, John M'QueeD,*> 15 Feb. 55. 

QuarteT'Master, — William Banbury,** 8 July 51. 

Surgeon. — Robert Thornton,** 24 April 55 ; A9sist,'8urg, 6 July 46. 

As8'at,-Surgeons, — John Coote Ovens," 16 Dec. 53. 

Robert Wyatt Meadows," 26 May 54. 

James Crosse Johnston, 3 Nov. 54. 

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S Colonel Borton lert'ed the eempaign of 1S42 In ABkhanUt&n, with the 0th Reft. (Medal). AIM the eanpaifti In tbc 
Crimea, in command of the Reflment, from S'tb Nov. ISM, tncludiof the eleffe and fall of Sebastopol, and atMult on (he 
batteriea on the 19th Jane (Medal and Claip). 

5 Lt.-Colonel Elmbirat tcrTedtheeampaicn of 184S in Aflirhanlitan. with the 9th Reft. (Medal). Alto In the Crimea, 
from the 8th June 18&5, ineludinr the siege and fall of Sebaitopol, and aueult on the batteries on the 16ch June ( Medal 
and Clasp). 

4 LL-Coloncl Lifter lenrcd the campaJffn of 184t In Afl^hanlstan. wtth the 9th Rcriment. and was wovndcd at 
Istaliir (Medal). Served also In the Crimea, trom <7th Nov. 1851. includinc the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaalt 
on the enemy*! batteries on the 18th Jane (Medal and Clasp). 

ft Major Betbuue served the earapatgn in Afrghan{staninl849(Medal).— as Adjutant oftheSth Reft, at the forcimr of the 
Kbyber Pass, and as Alde-de-Camp to Sir Jobo M'Caskill at the aetlon of Mamookall. furcin? theTeseen Pass. re-eapttire of 
Cabool, tiorm, capture, and dKStruetlon of Iiialiff. He served also the campaign on the SutleJ in 1845-6 (Medal), as Aide 
de-Camp to Sir Jubn M'Caskill at the battle of Moodkee. where the MiOorOeneral was killed.— as Aide-de-Camp to 
Brigadier Wallace (who was killed), at Peroseshah (charger shot),— and In command of the light Company of the 9th at 
Sobraon. Served at the siege of Sebastopol. tnm Nov. 1864 to Feb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Capt Leslie served with the 80th Regt.fhe campaign on the SutleJ in 1845-6. Including the battles of Moodkee, Perose- 
shah, and Sobraon, for which ho has received a Medal and two Clasps. In Nov. 1844 he was wrecked on one of the Anda. 
man Islands in the transport Briton, with three companies of the 80th Poot, and carried the despatches fhmi the island to 

Mualmein, dnrlnc which time be was IS days at sea in an open boau Served at the siege of Sebastopol. Itom Nov. 1854 tt> 

Peb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Capt. Tayler served the campaign of 1841 in Afl^haaistaa (Medal) •, and that on the SnUeJ (Medal), Includfaic the 
Vattles of Moodkee and Peroseshah (severely wounded). 

8 Major Hawes served the SutleJ campaign of 1845-46, including the batUes of Moodkee, Peroseshah, and S«braaa 
(Medal and Clasps). Also In the Crimi-a. ftrom the STth Nov. ieS4, including the sifffe and fkll of Sebastopol, and 
assault on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Major Browne, CapUlns Wilkinson and Thursby, Lts. Daunt, Bloxsome, Nugent, Harvey, and BoMon, and Pay- 
master Slevwrlght served in the Crimea, from S/th Nov. I8S4, Including tlie siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault 
on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captains Percy and Lonsader served in the Crimea, from August IS55, Ineludlag the siege and fbU of Sebastopol 
(Medal ana Clasp). 

lot Captain Hon. W. L. Talbot was at the fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

It Capuln Scott, ABslst.-Sttrgeons Ovens and Meadows served in the Crimea from Dec. 1854, Indudiag the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the baturies on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

It Captain R. Daunt served the campaign of ISiS In AOkbaoistan (Medal) ; also the SutleJ campaign of 1845-46, 
Inelnding the battles of Moodkee, Peroseshah, and Sobraon (wounded) : Medal and Clasps. Served in the Crimea from 
lath Peb. 1855, ineluding the sl^e and (kU of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the ISth June (Medal and 
Clasp). 

13 CapUin Barden served the campaign of 1842 in Aflkhanlstan (Medal). Also at the siege of Sebastopol fhim Nov. 
1854 to Peb. 1856 (Medal and CUsp). 

14 Captain Terry. Lts. Rainsftonl and Burland, served in the Crimea flrom I6th June 1855, ineluding the si^e and fbll 
of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Captain Stranbensec served with the SXnd Regt. at the first and seeond siege operations before Mooltan, including 
the aetlon of Soorjkoord t he was severely wounded on the S7th Dec. 1848 (Medal and CUsp). 

16 Lleuts. Tayl-M-, Sealy, Elliot, Thompson and Vibart, served in the Criinea. from 16th Peb. 1855. Including the slogo 
and fkll of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the <8th June (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Lieut. Douglas served at the siege of Sebastopol fh>m Nov. 1854 until the 18th June 1855, when he received a 
wound at the assault on the batteries (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieut. Hussey served in tkie Crimea from the 8tb Jan. 1855, Inelnding the siege and Ml of Sebastopol, and asiault 
on the batteries on the 16th June (Medal and Clasp). 

19]Lieut. Renant served the Bastem campaign of 1864-55, Including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the 18th June ( Medal and Clasps), 

fO Lieut. M'Queen served the Kastera campaign of 1654-55, iueluding the battles of Alma, Ralaklsva, and Inkerman, 
siege and fkll of Sebastopol, and afsault on the batteries on the 18th June— wounded in the left arm (Medal and Clasps). 

SI Ensign Plumridge served In the Crimea tnm S9th July 1855, Including the siege and fkll of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasp). 

n Ensign Aplln served in the Crimea from (he S7th June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

SS Surgeon Thornton served the Eastern csmpaign'of 1854.55, including the aflkirs of Bulganak and M*Kensie*s Parm, 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava. and Inkerman, siege and iUl of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

94 Qr.-Master Banbury sorrwi in the Orimea from Nor. 1864 to Pob. 1855 (Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol). 



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The "iSpMiu?," with the words, «« EGYPT" "PENINSULA" "SOBRAON" 

- . •* PUNJAUB" " MOOLTAN" " GOOJERAT." 

C?;.— 9 i^irTho*. M'Mahon,* BU KCB. Bns, 2 Feb. 97 ; Li, 24 Oct. 99 : CapU 8 

Oct. 03; Mqj. 6 Nov. 06; X*.-CoZ.4 May 09; Col. 4 Judo 14 ; Mqj.-Gen. 27 

May 26 ; Lt.-Gen, 28 June 38 ; Gen, 20 June 54 ; Col, 10th Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 

Z^.-CoZ*.— Thos. Harte Franks,* CB. Ens, p7 July 26; Lt,P26 Sept. 26; Cant. 

P 1 Mar. 89; Mqjor, v 29 Dec. 43 ; Lt.-Col, p28 March 46 ; Col, 20 June 64. 

Sydney John Cotton, Cor, 19 Apr. 10 ; Lt. 13 Feb. 12 ; Capt, P 1 Jan. 20 ; Mqj, 

18 Jan. 28 ; Brtwit Li..CoLi^ Nov. 41 ; Xf.- Co/. 8 Jan. 43 ; Col. 20 June 64. 

iifq;V»rf.— William Fenwick,* Ens. 26 Dec. 34; Li«u^ p8 June 39; Capt. p16 

April 42 ; Major, 13 Sept. 48 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 18 May 66. 
Henry Errington Longden,* Ens, 16 Sept. 36; Lieut, vl Aug. 40; Capt. P26 
Mar. 43 ; Brev.'Mcjjor, 7 June 49 ; Mqjor^ 21 Feb. 60. 



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Captains. 
John Cassidy Stock^ .... 
M. G. Sparks^ '.(;.90JuneS4. 
Richard Mordesley Best' 

Charles Dunbar" 

Henry Radford Norman*^ 
Steph.Fra. Cha. Annesley 
J.Van Harthals Montagu^ 
Samuel Burgee Lamb . . 
Robert George Jephsou*^ 
Charles Doyle Patterson*^ 
William Knox Orme" . . 
George Hamilton 

LlBUTKNANTS. 

John William Medhurst^ 
RichardCormickCIifford*^ 

Cnthbert Barlow« 

John Montresor Smyth^ 

Charles Nedham,'^ r 

Patrick Browne Lucas^ 
W. H. P. Gordon Bluett*' 
John Edmund Whaite*> 
J. Lee S Ian well Aldersoy 
Thomas C. Robertson . . 
Hugh Augustus Crofton** 
Henry M. Havelock,il4/' 
GeorgtfC. Bartholomew 

Henry Henderson 

Fred. Browne Sand with 
St. Andrew B. St. John 
George William Graham 

Percy Beale 

Home Purvis 

Ensigns. 
Carteret A. Armstrong . . 
Mont. M*PherBon BHttye 
Henry Alexander Donald 



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1 sir TbomM M*MahoB Mrrod 
with the XxpcdUfon under Sir 
Ralph Abcrcromby in 1800, destioed 
for opcratioiM on the eout uf 8|»aiB, 
at Cadis, Perrol, ke., *&, and sul>> 
■equenUy at the occupation of 
Malta. He eerred In the Peninsu- 
lar war In 1809. 10, 11, and part of 
181S, loeladlnt the opcratlauontbe 
froutiera of Portugal and Spain, 
contiffuoui to the rivera Coa and 
Agucdai at the Lines of Torres 
Vedrat, and at the fubsequent ad* 
ranee ihrrefyom on the retreat of 
the Preneh Armf. He eoBUBandcd 
a eorps of Portugneta Infantry, 
which was posted on th« left of the 
Allied Army, during the battle of 
Purntesd'Onor. protecting the fords 
on the Duos Casaa, and eorering 
Almeida. In 181S he proceeded to 
the Bast Indies, as Adjutant- Oeneral 
to the King's Porees, where he 



Lient.«OoTcmor of Portsmouth, andc 
troops in the South West District \ and In 1839 he was 
appointed Commander In- Chief of the Bombay Afmy« 
which command he held until 1847. 



PoyifUEifer.— James Murphy,^ 1 June 66; Qr.^Mr. 3 March 48. 
Adljutant.-^Lieut. Henry Marshman Havelock, 13 Feb. 62. 
Quarter- Afaifer.— Michael O'Donnell," 1 June 66 ; Ens, 29 Nov. 60. 
iSur^reo?!.— Charles Alex. Gordon ,» M.D., 10 July 46; AsHtt.-Surg. 8 June 41. 
AsHtt.'Surgs. — Duncan Robertson Rennie, 7 May 62. rFaeings Yellow.—- 

John TuUocb, 7 June 64. I Agents, Messrs. 

Thomas John Tucker, 18 July 66. Cox & Co. 

Flanks ewmnanrted the 10th Begt. In the SuU^ eampaign of 1845.6, faicludlng the battto of Stihrua 

hahad ahovso shoi under hfan and was lUghtly wounded i nominated aCB. Commanded tholOthlnthe 

of 1S4S-9, tnelnding the whole of the siege operations befbn Mooltan i 17th Ang. 18«S commanded Ibo 

•dtheenamy^ nightnitlach upon the British camp at Muttee Tholi Itth Sept. oonmaanded the left 

a» Urn d«fSBaft of th^ enemy in their strongly-entnnehed position befbra Mooltan i and after the action sac- 

of the whole of the troops which were engaged, and held the position unUI relieved the following 

wounded and exposed to the repeated attempts of the enemy to retake It i 7th Nov. In the action of 

id«l the right Brigade, and with It led the attack, capturing Uie whole of Ui« enemy's guns at tiie point 

without flring a shot : S7th Nov. In Uie carrying of tiie heights before Mooltan, commanded ttio reserve 

CBtMue right, and directed Uie attack of iU leading column. On the 18th Feb. 1849 he Joined with the Meoliaa 

army wdcf Lord Oough, and commanded the lOth at the batUe of Ooqierat, and was specially named for his 




of tkn hnyoMt 



k ky tba Comaaader.ia.Chief and Uie Governor- Oeneral (Medaland Clasps). 

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Payimz«f«r.-- Andrew Sierwright,* 2 Apr. 52 ; Ens. I Apr. 46 ; X^. p 1 Sept. 48. 
Adljutant.— Lieut, John M'Queen » 16 Feb. 56. 
Quarter'Master.—YfiWjAm Banbury ,«» 8 July 61. 
Surgeon, — Robert Thornton,** 24 April 65 ; Assitt.-Surg, 6 July 46. 
Attitt,' Surgeons, — John Coote Ovens," 16 Dec. 68. 

Robert Wyatt Meadows," 26 May 64. 

James Croeee Johnston, 3 Nov. 64. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, yien^n. Cox & Co. 

% ColoMl Borton lerred the campaign of 184S in AB^hanlataii. with tlie 9tb Regt. (Medal). AIm tbe eanpaiffi in the 
Crimea, in command of the Regiment, from S'tb Nov. IBM, ineludiDg tbe siege and fkll of Sebaitopol, and asHnilton the 
hattariM on tbe li>th June (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Lt. -Colonel Elm'bint tervedthe campaign of 1S4I in Affgbanlstan, with tbe 9Ui Regt. (Medal). Alio In the Crimea, 
from the 6th Jane 1865, including the siege and fsU of Sebastopol, and auault on the batteries on the ISth Jane ( Medal 
and Clasp). 

4 Lt.-Colonel Lister serred tbe campaign of 18lt in Afl^hanistan, wtth tbe Vth Ref tment, and was wounded at 
Istallff ( Medal). Served also in the Crimea, from 87th Nor. 18ftl, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault 
on tbe enemy's batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Major Bethuue served the campaign in Airghanlsianinl848(Medal).— as Adjutant of the 8th RegUat theforeiwr of the 
Khyber Pau, and as Aide-de* Camp to Sir John M'Caskill ai the action of Mamookail, furcin^ theTeseen Pass, re-capture of 
Cabool, storm, capture, and drstruetion of Istallff. He served also the campaign on tbe SutleJ In 184&-6 (Medal), as Aide 
de-Camp to Sir John M*Caskill at the battle of Moodkee. where tbe M^or-Oenerai was killed.— as Aide-de-Camp to 
Brigadier Wallace (who was killed), at Feroiesfaah (charger shot).— and in command of the light Company of the Sth at 
Sdbraon. Served at tbe siege of Sebastopol. from Nov. ISM to Feb. IS&ft (Mrdal and Clasp). 

8 Capt. Leslie served with the 80th Regt. the campaign on the SutleJ in 1S45-8. including the battles of Moodkee, Ferose- 
ahab, and Sobraon, for which be has received a Medal and two Clasps. In Nov, 1844 he was wrecked on one of the Anda- 
man Islands in the transport Briton, with three companies of the 80th Foot, and carried tbe despatches from the island to 
MtfUlmein, durinc which time ha was IS days at sea in an open boau Served at the siege of Sebastopol, from Nov. 1854 to 
Feb. 18U (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Capt. Tiyler served the campaign of 1849 In Afl)rhanistan (Medal) i and that on the SutleJ (Medal), tncludtaic the 
Vattles ot Moodkee and Feroseshab (severely wounded). 

8 Major Hawes serred the SutleJ campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshab, and Sobnua 
(Medal and Clasps). Also in the Crimra. from the S7th Nov. 1854, tndudbig tbe riege and fkll of Schartopol, and 
assault en tbe batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Major Browne, Captains Wilkinson and Thursby, Lts. Daunt, Bloxsome, Nugent, Harvey, and BoAoo, an<l Pay- 
master Slevwrigbt served In tbe Crimea, ttom S7th Nov. 1854, including tlie siege and fkll of Sebastopol, and assault 
on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captains Percy and Lousader servc4 in the Crimea, from August 1655, including the siege and fkU of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). 

lot Captain Hon. W. L. Talbot was at the fkll of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Captain Scott. Assist.- Surgeons Ovens and Meadows served in tbe Crimea fhnn Dec. 1S54, Including the siege and 
fkll of Sebastopol. and assault on the baturies on the 14th June (Medal and Clasp). 

IS Captain R. Daunt served tbe campaign of ISIS in Anjrhaoistan (Medal) ; also the SutleJ campaign of 18I5-4S. 
Including the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshab. and Sobraon (wounded) : Medal and Clasps. Served In the Crimea from 
15th Feb. 1855, iaoladlng the siege and fkU of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and 
Clasp). 

IS CapUln Burden served the campaign of 184S In Affghanlstan (Medal). Also at the siege of Sebastopol from Nov. 
1654 to Feb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain Terry. Lts. Rainsfonl and Burland, served in the Crimea flrom 16th Jane 1655, Ineluding the si^e and fUl 
of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the ISth June (Medal and Clasp), 

15 Captain Stranbensee served with the (tad Regt. at the flrst and second siege operations before Mooltan, laeludinc 
the action of Soorjkoord i he wu sevemly wounded on the STtb Dec. 1848 (Medal and Clasp). 

16 Lleuts. Taylir. Sealy. Elliot, Thompson and Vibari, served in tbe Crimea, from 16th Feb. 1855, including the si«fe 
and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the j8th June (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Lieut. Douglas served at tbe siege of Sebastopol fh>m Nov. 1854 until the 18th June 1855, when he received a 
wound at the assault on the batteries (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieut. Httssey served In the Crimea flrom the 8th Jan. 1855. ineloding the siege and fkU of Sebastopol, and aaiauU 
on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

ISJLIettt. Renant servwl the Bastem eaaspaign of 1864-55, tnelnding the battles of Alma and Balafclava, siege and fkll of 
Sebastopol, and assauU on the batteries on the 18th June ( Medal and Clasps) , 

fO Lieut. M'Queen served the Bastem campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
siege and fkll of Sebastopol, and awault on the batteries on the 18th June— wounded in the left arm (Medal and Clasps). 

SI Ensign Flumridf e served In the Crimea Aram S9th July 1655. including the siege and fkll of Sebastopol (Mfdal and 
Clasp). 

S9 Ensign Aplin served in the Crimea from the S7fh June 1855, including the siege and fkll of Sebsatopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

SS Surgeon Thornton served the Bastem campalgn'of 1851-55, Including tbe aflkira of Bulganak and M*Kenalc*s Farm, 
the battles of Ahsia, BalakUva. and Inkerman, siege and lUI of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp) . 

94 Qr.-Master Banbury sanred in the Crimea f^om Nor. 1854 to Feb. 1655 (Medal and Clasp fbr Sebastopol). 



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•* PUNJAUB" " MOOLTAN" " QOOJEBAT." 
CoL—J^ Sir Thw. M'Mahon,» BL KCB. Bnt. 2 Feb. 97 ; Lt. 24 Oct. 90 : Capt, 8 
Oct. 08; Mqf. 6 Nov. 06; Lt.-Col.A. May 09; Col. 4 June 14 ; Mqj.-Gen. 27 



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Sydney John Cotton, Cor, 10 Apr. 10 ; Lt. 18 Feb. 12 ; Capt. P 1 Jan. 20 ; Mai. 

18 Jan. 28; Brew/ Xf..Co/.23 Nov. 41 ; i^- Co/. 8 Jan. 48; Co/. 20 June 64. 
iir^;or«.^William Fenwick/ Ilns. 26 Dec. 34; Lt0tt^P8 June 39; Capt. p16 

April 42 ; Major, 13 Sept. 48 ; Brevet Lt.-CoL 18 May 66. 
Henry Errington Longden,* Bru. 16 Sept. 36; Xt«uM' 7 Aug. 40 ; Capt. P26 

Mar. 43 ; Brev.-Mqjor, 7 June 49 ; Mqfor, 21 Feb. 60. 



Captains. 
John Cassidy Stock* .... 
M. G. Sparks^ /.c.«Wune54 
Richard Mordesley Best" 

Charles Dunbar* 

Henry Radford Norman ^^ 
Steph.Pra. Cha. Annesley 
J.Van Hartbals Montagu^ 
Samuel Burgee Lamb . . 
Robert Oeorge Jepbsou*^ 
Charles Doyle Patterson'^ 
VTilliam Knox Orme*<> . . 
George Hamilton 

LlBUTENANTS. 

John William Medhurst^ 
RichardCormick Clifford*' 

Cuthbert Barlow*^ 

John Montresor Smyth^ 

Charles Nedham,'^ r 

Patrick Browne Lucas** 
W. H. P. Gordon Bluett** 
John Edmund Whaite*' 
J. Lee Slanwell Aldersey 
Thomas C. Robertson . . 
Hugh Augustus Crofton** 
Henry M. HaTclock,i4<(7. 
George C. Bartholomew 

Henry Henderson 

Fred. Browne Sand with 
St. Andrew B. St. John 
George William Graham 

Percy Beale 

Home Purvis 

EwsiGirs. 
Carteret A. Armstrong . . 
Mont. M^Pberson Bnttye 
Henry Alexander Donald 



LIBUT. I CAPTAIN. 



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P 6 July 38|Pl7Aug. 4l!P22 0ct. 47 
P 17 April 40 P22 April 42 P 16 May 61 
P 14 Dec. 32 P 6 Feb. 86 ' 7 July 48 
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1 Sir T1i«mM H'Mahon acrved 
with I he Bxpedltioa under Sir 
Ralph Abcreronbjr in 1800, detUard 
for operations on the coast uf Spain, 
at Cadis, Ferrol, ke., ttt. , and sub- 
•eqncnUf at tbo occnpaiion of 
Malta. Ho lerred In the Peninsu- 
lar war in ISOS, 10. II, and part of 
181 1, Ineludlnf the operations on tbo 
IVouiiera of Portucal and Spain, 
contitfuotts to the rlvera Coa and 
Agucdai at the Lines of Torres 
Vedraa, and at the subsequent ad. 
Tanco ihrrefrom on the retreat of 
the French AnBf. He com— anded 
a corps of Portuffuese Infkatry. 
which was posted on the left of the 
Allied Axmjr, durlnf the battle of 
Purntesd*Onor, proteetlng tbo fords 
on the Duos Cazas, and eoverinff 
Almeida. In 1811 he proceeded to 
the Bast Indies, as Adjutant* General 
'to the Kittf*! Forces, where he 
serred for twcWo years. In 1834 he was nominated 
Lieut.. Governor of Portsmouth, and eoaraiaiided the 
troopf in the South West District t and In 1830 he was 
appointed Cflsamaader In- Chief of tbo Bombay Army, 
he held unUl 1847. 



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Paynuuter.—JnneB Murphy,'* 1 June 56; Qr.'Mr. 3 March 48. 
AeffiUant, — Lieut. Henry Marshman Havelock, 13 Feb. 62. 
Quar<er-^a«fer.^Michael O'Donnell," 1 June 66 ; Ens, 29 Nov. 60. 
5ttr^eon.— Charles Alex. Gordon » M.D., 10 July 46; AuUt.-Surg. 8 June 41. 
Aieist^'Surgs. — Duncan Robertson Rennie, 7 May 52. rFaciriffs Yellow.— 

John Tulloch, 7 June 64. I AgentSy Messrs. 

Thomas John Tucker, 18 July 65. Cox k Co. 

Pnaks comnaaded tiio lOUi Begt. la the SuU^ eampaifB of 1845-8. tadudluf tbo battie of Sobiaott 

bo had a bono shot aader bim and was slifhtly woaadcd 1 aoniaated a C.B. Commanded tho lOtfe lathe 

Iga of 1S4S-9, Indndinff the wholo of the siege operatioBS before Mooltan 1 17th Ang. 1848 commanded tho 

whkh repulsed the caemy^ alght-iittaek upon the British camp at Muttee Tholi 1 1th Sept. commaaded tho left 



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k ai tho dofcat of the enemy In their stroof ly-CDtreoebed poaltloa belbro Mooltaa i and aftor tbo aetton snc' 

■aad of the whole of tho troops which were enfaffcd, and held tho posltioa uatil rellered the feUowiaf 

I womkted aad exposed to the repeated attrmpts of the enemy to retake It t 7th Nov. In the aetioa of 

Bd comammlod the right Brigade, and with It led tho attack, capturing the whole of tho enemy's guns at the point 



bayonet withant firing a shot t t7th Nor. in the carrying of the heights before Mooltaa, comaBaaded the reeervo 
I OBtnme right, aad directed the attack of its leading eoluma. Oa the I8th Feb. 1849 he Joined with the Mooltan 
tho army under Lord Oongh, and commanded the lOth at the balUe of Ooolerat, and was speeUUy named for his 
Bl both by tho Commaador.lB. Chief and the GoTemor General ( Medal and Clasps). 

[For remainder of Not«8 •«« neit pag«. 



n \^th {The North Lincolnshire) Retjt. of Foot 



4 Llmit.-Oo1onel Fcnwlck, Oapt. tfonlafv, ftnd Ltetit. Medbnrtt, ttrrtd with th« 10th In the ciuniwlgn 
on the SutlcJ, and wsre preaeni in the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

5 M ^Jor Lonicden served with the loth in the Satlej campalxo of 1845-6, and was prftent in the battle 
of Sobraon (Medal). He served also the Panjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of 
the siege operations before Mooltan, including the affair of the 0th Sept., stormlnR the epenij*s strongly- 
entrenched position before Mooltan 19tli Sept., action of Soofjkoond, carrying the heights on 97th Dec. In 
command of the Rest., and surrender of the fortress as Field Bngineer: afterwards present at the battle of 
Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

Msyor Slock served with the lOth in the Sutlej campaign of 184a<^, and wae present in the battle 
of Sobraon (Medal). He serred Also in the Funjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present during (he 
whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, including the affair of the 9th Sept., storming the em mv's 
strongly-entrenehed position before Mooltan on Itth Sept. (In the latter part of which he commanded 
the Regt.), action of Soorjkoond, carrying the helghu before Mooltan, and sfirrender of the fortress; was 
aflerwards present at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Lt.-Col. Sparks %at received the Medal for services la*China, having been present with the 49th B«gt. 
before Nankin. He eerred with the 10th in the Punjanb campaign of 1848-9, and was present during 
the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, including the action of Sooijkoond, cerrjing tlie heights 
before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortrees} was afterwards present at the battle of Qoojerat (Medal 
and Clasps). 

6 Mi^lor Beftt serred with the 10th in the Punjaub eampnign of 1848-9, including the whole of the siege 
operations before Mooltan and surrender of the fortress ; was afterwards present and slightly wounded In 
the leg at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Capt. Dunbar served with the IRChRegt. in China (Medal), and was present at Canton, Amoy, Chusnn 
Ghlnhae, Ningpo, Chapoo, Shanghai, Woosung, and Chhi Kiang Foo. He serred with the 10th at Uie 
battle of Ooojerat (Medal). 

10 CapUin Orme served With the 10th Lftncers in the Mtion of Maharsjpore (Medal). Also in tiM 
campaign on the SutlcrJ (Medal), and was present in the actions at Buddiwal and Aliwal, in wldch last he 
received a severe bayonet wound when charging the Selk infantry. 

15 CapL Norman served with the lOth in the Sutlej campaign of 1845*6, and was present in the battle 
of Sobraon (Medal). He served also In the Punjaub campsign of 1848-9, and was present daring (ho whole 
of the siege operations sgalnst MoolUn and surrender of the fortress, Incloding the affair of the 9ih Sept., 
storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched position before Mooltan, and commanded the troops in the 
advanced batteries of the camp during the action of Soorjkoond: aflerwards present at the battle of 
Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Captoln Jephson served with the lOth in the Satlej campaign of 1845-6, Including the battle of Sobraoa 
(Medal). Also the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-9, including the whole of the siege operations ogainst 
Mooltan, repulse of the enemy's night-attack at Muttce Thol, storming their strongly-entrenched position 
before Mooltan, action of Sooijkoond; carrying the heights before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortress : 
afterwards present at the battle of Ooojerat (Medat and Clasp>). 

16 Capt. Patterson served with the 10th in the Sutlej eampatgn of 1845-0, including the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Also tJie Funjaub campaign of 184S-9, including the whole of the f>iege operations 
before Mooltan,— action of Soo^koond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Oate 
(comnMMhled the storming party ),and sorrender of the fortress : afterwards present at the battle of Ooqjerst 
(Medal and Clasps). 

90 LieiiL ClifR»rd was present with the 10th at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal). 

91 Lieuts. Bluett, and Whalte, served in the Punjaub campaign with the lOth, inelndtng the latter 
part of the siege operations before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortress, and battle of Ooojerat (Medal 
and Clasps). 

ti Lieut. Bariow served the PuiUaub oaropaign of 1848-9 with the 1 0th, Including the whole of the siege 
operations before Mooltan, action of Sooijkoond, carrying the heights before MooKan, capture of the 
Dowlat Oate (grap^shot wound), and surrender of the fortress: afterwards present at the battle of 
Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

S3 Lieut. Smyth served (he Puqjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 10th, including the whole of the siege 
operations against Mooltan, storming the enemy*s strongly-entrenched position, action of Etooijkoond, 
carrying the heighU before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlat Oate, and surrender of the fortress: afterwards 
present at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

94 Lieut. Nedham served the Punjouh campaign of 1846-9 with the lOtb, tndtading the whole of the 
siege operations beCore Mooltan, aflkir of 9ih Sept., storming the enemy's stroncly-entrenched position, 
sftpture ef the Dowlat Oate, aetton of Sooii^koond, and surrender of the fortress: afterwards present at the 
battle of QoQjerst (Medal and Clasps). 

95 Lieut. Lucas serred the Pu^laab eampalgn of 1848-9 with the 10th, including the whole of the siege 
operations before Mooltan, atfkir of the 9th Sept., storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched position, and 
surrender of the fortress: afterwards present at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

96 Lieut. Crofton served iu the 6th Regt. during the Kaffir war in 1850-51, and was engaged In most of 
the operations ssainst the enemy, iaclndlng the affkir in the Amatola Monntelns agalnrt Sandillf's tribe, 
on the 94th and 98th Deo. 1850, and also the combined attack on the Amaiolas ow the 96th Jave 1851. 

97 Qr.-Master CDonnell served the SuU^ campaign of 1845>46, ineludinf the batUe of Sobnton (Medal). 
Also the PuiUsob campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of the siege operations sgaiaat 
Mooltan : Indnding the storming of the enemy*s stroagly-cntrenehed position I9th Sept. 1848, action of 
Boeijkoettd, earrying the heights before Moolta* aad surreader of the fortress. Also present at Ike baCtte 
of Ooejerat (Media and Clasps). 

98 Paymaster Murphy served the Puqjaab campaign of 164S-9 with the 10th Regt, iacladlaf 
the whole of the siege operations before and sbrrender of Mooltan, and battle of Ooojerat (Medal and 
Clasps). 

9» Ooeiov Ctoffdm wis ptfesent wM^tbe 16ih Lnesiwaitho bsitlt •f Hahwrtifpvfw 99 Wo. IMt(Metel). 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



T«an'8enr. 



43 



30 



nth{N<^thDm>(nuMre)Regi.ofFoot.^y^^^^ 78 



Bal».ferliiili«ll%-1 

8ALAMA»CA" "PYXAJIAaS*' "NITALIA" " NlTA»' 

*PaxxxtuLi." 
CoZoiwZ.— ||5ir JolinWil«on,> KCB^7M.26Mar.l794; XM2 Aug. 05 ; Capt.\% 

Jan. 99; Jlf^;or, 27 May 1802; Zieut.-CoL 22 Dec. 08; Col. 4 Jane 14; 

Mqf.'Gen, 27 May 25; Xt«uf.-Cren. 28 June 38; Gm.20 June 54 s CoL 11th 

R«gt.10May4l. 
Lieut,'Colanel.-^Wi Henry Keane Bloonifleld,*^»w. 30 Sept. 13 ; Ueut. p 7 Aug. 

17 ; Ca;)*. p 1 April 24 ; Brevei-Mqjor, 28 Jane 38; Jfot^f. P26 Feb. 41 : 

Xi«uf.-C©Z. P27 June45; Co/. 20 Jane 64. 
Mqjart.-^^ John Casemlr Harold,* ^9u. 25 Sept. 06 ; Lt. 28 May 07 ; Capt, 

16 Feb. 15 ; Brev.-Mqj- 10 Jan.37 ; Mqf. 6 Nov.4l ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 1 1 Not. 51. 



John Singleton, ^7ii. P17 June 26; Lieut. rSl Dec. 27; Capt. PJ5 Feb. 39; 
3f<yor,P27 June 45 ; Br ev.- Lieut. -CoL 20 June 54. 



Captains. 

Edward Moore 

Edward Lynch filosse . . 
Augustus Fred. Jenner, t. 
John Walpole D'Oyly . . 
Henry Maynard Ball .... 
A.H. L.Wyatt, I.C. «0 June 64 



I ENSION. 



1 A Thomas Peebles. 



I 



LIBUT. I 

7 Apr. 25 
P 25 Jan. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P C Dec. 44 
P 24 Feb. 20 
P 6 Feb. 41 
P 9 Oct. 46 

4 July 45 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 1 Nov. 42 
p 7 Mar. 51 

4 July 45 

P 4 July 45 

15 Mar. 48 

P 1 Dec. 48 

P 7 June 50 

P 19 July 50 

P 16 Sept. 51 

29 June 49 Ipso Sept. 58 

29 June 49 G June 54 



21 May 18 
P 15 Not. 33 
P 9 Oct. 35 
P17 Sept. 41 
P21 July 43 
P 17 Sept. 25 
P 17 Mar. 37 
p 26 May 44 
P 24 June 43 
25 Oct. 42 
20 June 41 
24 Nov. 48 



lAPTAIH. jBKBV.-MAJ. 

7 Feb. 39 11 Nov. 51 
P 5 Sept. 43 90 Juot 54 
P 5 AprU 44 5 June 55 
P 15 June 49 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 29 June 32 9 Not. 46 

6 June 51 

P30Sept.53 

25 April 53 

6 June 54 

P30 July 62 

30 July 54 

1 Col. BlooaflcUl Mrvtd tli« 
eaniwlfii of ISI5, isdudlBf Ibe 
hattte •r Waterloo, •lonaint of 
Canbrajr, and eaptui* of Pvti. 

I Lt.-Col. Harold •crvMl tbeatm- 
paJfn and battle of Contana. Cs- 
pfdttioa to WaUkcrM and lifge of 
nmhloc. 

6 Payiaaater Boyd aeeoiBpaHled 



6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

Pl8AuiC. 54 

23 Mar. 55 

P 24 Mar. 54 

P 1 May 56 



John Roe 
Robert Neville 
Lawre. Hartshome Scott 
Frederick Torrens Lyster* 
Philip Philpol* ..., 

I LlEUTBNANTS 

- ^^ " John T. Tho. Boyd, Ad(j. p21 Jan. 42 

Richard Maunsell p 29 Sept. 43 

Joseph Stewart Travert.. 27 May 44 
R. Wingfleid Cardiff.. . . p 6 Dec. 44 
1 --3 I 10 I Harry Clayton Hague .. P28Aug. 46 
= s i 2- ! ift I o pi^iiip Doyne yigorg .... p 9 Oct. 46 
Geo. Toddington Osbom p 1 Dec. 48 
William Dutton Naper.. 
'William Henry Clarkson 

lOwen Davies p 16 Aug. 50 

Richard Hotham, s 8 Oct. 50 

I Fra. Wm. Henry Petrie I p 15 May 51 

■Thomas Hill !Pd0Sept.5d 

Marcus L. M'Causland . . 23 July 5*2 

'Edward Birch p 34 Feb. 54 

Ensigns. 
Lewis Henry Harrison . . p18 Aug. 54 
Stuart James Shortt .... p 25 Aug. 54 

Abraham Martin ' 11 May 55 

Henry Joseph Webb 15 May 55 

Francis Armstrong * « * * ' 1 June 55 

WUliam Norman * 8 June 55 

David Baker Oabb .... p 19 June 55 
Robert Fannin Stoney . . p 26 July 55 

James Leslie Day ! 27 July 55 

Ptf^7mut<rr.— Alexander Boyd," 8 Feb.2] ; JEna. 14 Sept. 08 ; Lieut,9 Aug. 09. 
Adjutant. — Lieut, John Theodore Thomas Boyd, 10 March 48. 
Q,uari€r-Master. — David Simpson, 4 May, 49; Ens. 2 June 48. 
^urpeon.— Nesbitt Heffeman, M.D. 7 Nov. 51 ; Assht.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
Assistant' Surgeom. — Francis Henry Macfadin, 1 Dec. 54. 

Peter Divorly, M.B, 18 Nov. 53 
Facings, Green. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Origor. 

13"' I SI' ^^^ WilMO Mnred la the West Indln la 179S. aad was prcMnt at tbo eapcnrc o/ St Lucto* Ineludinf Uie titf ot 

•*§•■; Mora* Foftnnce. Alio at the taking of SC VlaecBC, inehicHiiic the operatloiM against the forts in that island. In inly ft>1> 

1 1 8 -S loarlag h« «aa nado vris««r of war, a^ earrtad taio Onadaloiipa. In Jan. 17S7 ha was sap l ato d again hi tho BritlBh 

« 5 « J C hi— I I I, la ITSe ha was al tba taking of Itlnotea, In ISOS ho embvkod on an aspodltion against Ctdla. In ISOI to 

J^ - o BCTPC* •a' wu present In the actions of the ISdi and SlstMareh, aad d<irlng the whole of that campaign. He proceeded to 

3 • §» tho PMlasaU In ISiS. nntf waa severely wonnded at thebattlo of Vfaaffera. la Jim. MOS he joined th« tusltanlaaicglo^ 

• £ S i and acted with thU corps dsrtag am anfnona pavlad of strvfce, fai wMeh It was repeatedly engaged wiUi the enemy, being 

? a 1 3 ci^loyed in eovering Clndad Bodrlgo aad Ahaaelda. In June ISIO be was attached to the Portuguese vmy. and during 

s ^ 3 a tbo sobeoqaeat operations against Marshal Soolt, as wcH In the north of Fsrtugal ss nn the eastern fraatler, he eomoaaadedaa 

5 j|^ aSiB^iilaarpaof Mawhal»«wsibtd*»snBy. la AprillSU ha waa appoi awd as sM td la e niw s ii d so Ooaaral Silveka la 

«1§ M UMiwovhMoof Tiaa oa lioalaa* aad acted as snah duriag a patiod of tha opavatloos agalast Faebla da Saaabria. when «ia 

•ofa plana waatakaa by thai geaaral. la Sept. following, ha was appolatcd to tha ooBaaaad of the advaaeed guard of OouOTal 

'-lis •wiUafsCorfsd'ArBiak aad employed oa Marshal MassenaTs rear during hU Invasion of Portugal, being rapcaiedly 

^li cagagvd with tbo aaensy. In April ISIS took tho field ^ain In eooHaaad of Uie Militia of the Provinee of Miaho. aad was 

iii^ <i«ng«l ia aettva opnnCl«as against Marshal Manaoat, oo tho froatlors of the Belra. In June ISIS ha Jobied tiia anay at bis 

: a c < ••« NVNrt, Md waa appotatod to tboaaauaaad of dio 1st Poctugneoe Brigade of lafaatry. wlUi which he Mrvad at the •ii««> 



was preeeat at the siacc of PInshtng. 
A Captain Ly«ar served with the 
fiOth Regt. in the battle of runalar 
( Modal). PfaviO«> to entering tho 
British Bcrrlco be served In Porta- 
gal, In Uie Pedrolte anny. Aran ISIS 
to tS35, and was at the deftoeo of 
Oporto, and la all the affairs fran 
the raising of the siege to die ler- 
mination of the war. He afterwanls 
served la Spain under Sir De Lacy 
Bvaas, as Captain of Inlkaby, aad 
under Espartero as Captain of Ca- 
valry, and subse^rntly on the staff 
of Oeaeral Don Diego Leon, whose 
escort b« eonMnamled from ISM to 
1841. Was twiee decorated with 
the Order of St Ferdinand for 
etafgesof aaralryatAllo aad Beiga, 
aad with tho Medala fur the siego 
aad capture of Irua and Morella i 



(For eantiaaallon see mafgtai.) 



of tei Sc«aillai. the pamage of the BIdassoa. and battle of the NlveHo i sad oa Uie IWh Nov. following, 1»J>« ««>f ><^ ^ 
hia Bi1gad*.ba waaagata savanly woaaded. Sir John has received Uie Gold Medal fbr Saa Sebastian, aad ttie Sflver Wi 
STlffSf wMlfwo Ctaips for TlmlcTa aad NIveHe. 



lyo ~ r^' ^* Bmb. for For.~l 
/y 1.8«rr.9Nov.48. J 



12th(E.Sufolk) Begt. of Foot. 



Ui b. emb. for Helboane, 
1 JalT64.Dflpot,Cbalbuii. 
r. h. G. of Good Hope. 



Teart* Serr 



60 



Full 
Pay. 



23 



Half 
Par. 



<< MINDEN" << GIBRALTAB"— with the Ca«^Z« and Key--^' MontU Insignia 

CaZpc"—" SERINGAPATAM" "INDIA." 
Colonel.— }f Richard Goddard Hare-Clarge8,>CB.^n<. 6 July 96 ; X/.l Nov. 96 ; 

Capt. 9 July 03 ; Mqjor, 1 July 13 ; Lieut.-Col. 16 Sept. 13 ; Col. 22 July 80; 

Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 12th Foot, 29 July 62. 
Lt.'CoU.—John Maxwell Perceval,' CB. Sns. p 21 June 33 ; Lt. p 18 Mar. 36 ; 

Capt. P18 May 38; Mqjor pU April 46; X^-Co2. P 2 AprU 50 ; Col. 28 

Nov. 64. 
r. Thomas Brooke JEns. p 31 Oct. 34 ; Lieut, p 29 July 36 ; Capt. p 15 May 

40 ; Meyor, p2 April 60 ; Lt.-Col. p 19 May 64. 
Mqjors.^r. Arthur Home/ Ens. p19 Nov. 25 ; Lt. P27 Nov. 28 ; Capt. p21 Feb. 

34; Brev.^Mqj. 9 Nov. 46; 3f^\ p30 Mar. 49; Brev. Xf..CoZ.28 May 63. 
John Francis Kempt, Ens. P 16 June 30 ; Lt. 19 May 37 ; Capt. 29 Apr. 42 ; 

Mqjor, P 19 May 64. 



Captains. 
r.Francis Gilbert Hamley® 
William James Hntchins 

Richard Atkinson 

Henry Segrave 



r. James Wm. Espinasse* p30 Apr. 42 



ENSI GN. I LIBUTj^ 

P~7rAug. 36 P 25 July's? 

9. Dec. 86 1 Dec. 40 

P18Mar. 42iP17 Feb. 43 

P29ifpr. 42; P 12 May 43 



CAPTAIN. 



Wm. Henry Queade 



! Thomas George Vcreker.. 

I r. Henry Robson 

• John Reynolds Palmer^.. 
r. Edward H. Foster « . . 
A r. Samuel Fairtlougb^ . . 

I Lieutenants. 
\r. Edward Herrick/ pm. 

Henry Cole 

r. Frederick Bagnell « . . 
r.RobertNasmyth Irving^ 
r. George Lloyd S tuddert ^ 
Benjamin Samuel Adams* 
Thomas Edmund Miller 
Innes Colin Munro, ady. 
rFred.Cbas.D'E.Barclay<^ 
r.JamesFieldingSwecney* 
Aug. Johnnes Leeson 
MorleyCaulfleld Saunders 
William Henry Paul.. 
r. Julias Henry Stirke* 
John Lunan Wilkie . . 
Ensigns. 
Fran . Augustus FitzGerald 
r. George Gibson,* A dij. 

r. John Warren 

r. Horatio Lloyd Williams 
Coningsby M. Harward . 

Henry Nesbitt 

William Dummer Jarvis 

Matthew Coke 

George William Reade . . 
Thophilus Henry Oliver 
Joseph Oliver Johnson 



9 June 43 

27 Dec. 42 

P 23 May 46 

P 27 Oct. 46 

1 May 42 

2 May 42 
26 Aug. 46 

16 Dec. 46 
9 Sept. 46 

20 Oct. 46 
2 Mar. 47 
4 April 47 

P31 Dec. 47 

P 30 Mar. 49 

10 Apr. 49 

P27 Apr. 49 

21 Aug. 49 
P 14 June 60 
P 17 May 60 
P 14 May 62 

18 Sept. 49 
23 Nov. 49 



2 Nov. 43 
20 Dec. 46 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P 2 Apr. 60 
P 18 Aug. 43' 23 June 50 
P 27 June 46 PU Apr. 61 
P 14 Apr. 46 P20 Feb. 62 
PU Dec. 46, P 19 May 64 
P 2 Apr. 60 P 27 June 64 



IBREV-MAJ. 

20June'64 



6 Jan. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P 22 Oct. 47 

P 23 June 48 

22 July 49 

8 Aug. 49 

24 June 60 

P 7 Mar. 61 

P 17 Aug. 62 

13 Oct. 62 

14 July 63 
P 16 July 63 
P2l Oct. 63 
P2l May 62 
P 19 May 64 
P 27 June 64 



26 Aug. 64 

14 Feb. 66 

P 27 July 66 



S Ck>Ionel Porcaval con- 
manded the reserva Battalion 
lSihR«>gt.lD tbe Kaffir war of 
1851-63, and for bit senrices 



26 AuflT. 64 was oomtnated a Ci7. (Medal). 



P 27 July 65 



a Major Bamlej, Capls. Es* 

pinaaM.Crofion, Paimer, and 

Foster, LieuU. Herrlck, Bair- 

P 21 Sept. 62 nell, InrlnfTt Adama, Barclay, Sweeney, and 

24 Dpo .'S9 Stirke, Eniign Gibson, Quarter-master Keabitt» 

D To A .; V M •«'▼«» in **»« Kaffir war of ISdlM (Medal). 

X7^^' 7 Capis. Dnndas and Fairtloui^h senred in 

P 21 Oct. 63 tbe Kaffir war of 18a3-5S (Medal). 
P 19 May 64 8 Lieut. Btnddert aerred In the Cape Mounted 
99 riAn ivl llifl«* duilng tbe Kaffir war of I850-6S, and In 

8 June 66 ^ ^^^ ^^' *** '****" (Medal). 
27 July 66 

31 Aug. 65 

9 Oct. 66 



7 Dec. 66 
Payimwter.— Waller Hlce011vey,6Apr. 65; ^n«. Pl4Feb. 61 j Lt. P290ct. 62. 
Adjutants. — Lieut. Innea C. Munro, 27 Feb. 62. 

r. Ensign George Gibson, 27 July 66. 
Quarter-Masters.— r. Alexander Nesbitt,^ 1 1 Dec. 40. 

Robert Laver, 21 April 64. 
5ttr^«oit«.— WUliam Dick, MD. 7 Aug. 46; Assist.-Surg. 13 May 36. 

r.RobertyillterBGeorge,^M.D.4 Feb. 63; Assist-Surg.lO Nov. 43. 
Assistant'Surgeons.—QeoTge Banks Floyer Arden, 9 June 64. 
r. George Allan Hutton, 23 June 64. 
Facings Yeilow — Agents, Messrs. Cox 5c Co. 

I Lleat.-General Hare-Clarges aerved tbe following campaigns: In Egypt ander Sir Ralph Abereromby ; 
in HanoTer ander Lord Catbcart, and In Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to Comnna. 
Waa on tbe Staff of Sir T. Graham in tbe Walcberen expedition, and A8sistent*Ad|utant-Oeneral of a 
DlTiaion In the Onke of Wellington's army in the Peninaula. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp 
for Nlretle and V\re ; and the SlWer War Medal with nine Claspa for Egypt, Corunna, Bnsaco Barrosa, 
Cludad RodriRo, Bad^Joc, Salamanca, Pyrenees, and San Sebastian. 

4 Lt.-CoI. HorneserTed In the Kafflrwar of 1851-98 (Medal), and for his serrices recelred the brer, rank of 

.-Col. 
iurgeon George serred with the 12th Lancers In tbe Kaffir war of 1691*08-53 (Medal); was preeent at 
_attle of the BriMia nn 11m Qflth Tkju. iflfto. 



Years' Serr 



62 



Fall 
Pmj. 



20 



26 
25 



35 



Half 
Pay. 



Smb. for Gibraltar, S5 Kay 51. n ,0*7 n. . jit ,^ -r. 

East. Army. Dep. at Templemore.J 1 ot/l, OT PnUCe Alberts Regt. of Lt Inf. 80 

The"Sj>AifMr "with the worda, " EGYPT*' "MARTINIQUE" "AVA" "APF0HANI8TAN" "OHUZNBE" 
J^ural (7r09vn,flttperacribed" JELLALABAD" "CABOOL, 1848" "SEVASTOPOL." 

CotejM/.— P Haft Sir William Maynard Gornm,* KCB. Em. 24 May 94 • i* 10 
^al. ^^llP'^Zi'^ ^"""^^ ^ > ^"^^^ lOOct. 11 ; Lieut.-CoL 17 Aug. 12; Col. 
IGMay 29 ;Jfaj-Gen. 10 Jtin.^7 ; Lt.-Gen, 9 Noy. AG; C?cn. 20 June 64 ; Col. 
13th Lt. Inf. 10 Mar. 46. . m,, uw. 

Lieut.'ColoneU.^Lord Mark Kerr, ^?m. p 19 Jane 85 ; X*. p 14 Sept, 38 ; Cavt. 

P 26 June 40 ; Major, p25 July 61 ; Lieut.-Col. P80 Dec. 63. 
Alex. Essex F. Holcombe,* Ens. p3 Dec. 30; Lieut. 12 Sent 34- Cant 

22 July 42 ; Major, p 9 Aug. 50 ; Lt.-Colofiel, 26 June 55. ' 

ilf«ior*.--JohnS. Woocl,«CB. J^jw. 12 Apr. 31 ; X^p21 Aug.35; Capt. 30 June 

43; Brev. Mqf. 20 June 64 j Brev. U..C0I. 12 Dec. 64; Afai. ?13 Feb. 55 
George King,* Ens. 13 April 31 ; Lieut, p 16 Jan. 35 ; Capt. 2 Aug. 42 ; Brev.- 

Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Mffjor, 31 Aug. 55. * ' 



Captains. 
John William Cox' . 
George Henry Tyler . 
Hugh Maurice Jones . 

Robert Peel 

William Henry Kerr. 
Fred. Van Straubenzee* 
Robert B. Montgomery . . 
Wilson Henry Jones .... 

Robert Gosling 

Gerald Fitz Gerald King 

Melville Browne 

Edward Boyd 

Artliur Bainbriggu 

Charles Poore Long .... 
Charles Power Cobbe . . 
John Augustus Fuller . . 

Lfbutenants. 
Noel H. Bryan Vardon . . 
Stan.L.DougIas Willan. . 
John Angerstein Rowley 
Cumw. Henry Chichester 
George Henry Cobham • . 
O'Neil Stewart Begrave 
Hon, Jas. C. Dormer, a<(j 
Henry Lewis FitzGerald 
John Frederic Everett . . 
Richard Nugent Clayton . 
Henry Edwai-d Hall 
PhiUp Edw. Victor Gilbert 
Joseph Priestley Miller 
William Haslett .... 

Henry Gillett 

William WUliams .... 
Thomas Tyler Gould . . 
Charles George Anderson 
John Codd Conington 
Hen. Alex. C. Wroughton 
John J. Paterson Fux . . 
Allan Shafto Adair .... 

Duncan Stewart 

Ensigns. 

John Bond 

Thomas McNeille Gill . . 
Frederick William Ruck 
E. C. R. a. de P. O'Kelly 

William Cox 

William Knox Leet .... 
Charles Edwards Palmer 
Edw. Lutwyche England 

Aubrey Henzell 

W. Stroker Cunnhighame 
Alox. Baring Bingham 
John Fencott James . . 
George TorTille 



ENSIGN. 



26 June 38 

23 July 42 
? 22 Apr. 46 
P 21 July 46 
P 31 July 46 

,P 17 Aug. 38 

-P 24 Sept. 47 

P 28 Apr. 48 

P 12 April 50 

P 3 Nov. 40 

24 Feb. 43 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 14 June 50 
P21 Nov. 61 

13 July 41 
P 16 Aug. 50 

P 12 Dec. 61 
P 15 Oct. 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 18 Feb. 53 
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P 13 May 63 
P 14 May 63 
P 15 July 53 
P2oN0T. 63 
P 13 Jan. 54 
6 June 54 
P 18 Aug. 64 
P 24 Aug. 64 
P 26 Aug. 54 
P 13 Dec. 63 
P 9 July 52 
P 18 Dec. 52 
P16 June64 

19 Aug. 53 

2 Feb. 55 

3 July 55 

P 13 Feb. 65 

1 June 66 
P 8 June 56 

29 June 65 

2 July 55 

4 July 55 

5 July 65 

6 July 65 

20 July 55 

2 Aug. 65 

3 Aug. 55 
P 17 Aug. 55 

7 Sept. 55 
Alfred Gabriel Wynen . . ! p 2 Oct. 55 



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6 June 54 

4 Aug. 64 

P 2 Feb. 55 

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26 June 65 

26 June 56 

26 June 55 

26 Jnne 56 



22 Apr. 

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P 8 Nov 
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P 12 Oct. 52 , P 
P21 Jan. 53 
P 29 Apr. 53 

14 Oct. 42 
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P 1 Apr. 53 
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3 Apr. 46 30 Aug. 65 

P 1 July 53 I 31 Aug. 55 



15 Dec. 54 



P 13 Jan. 54 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 



1 Sir William Oomm served 
in theexpeditlon totheHelder, 
1 1 « r.1 I *" *^^®» including the action 
1 1 Aug. 54 I or the IQih Sept. at Beriren. 
11 Aug. 54 Expedition on tiie coast of 
P17 Sept. 50 > 19 Auff. 63 ' Pn»nce and Spain, under Sir 
P 12 Mftt. A'^ « ifl A .,^ ri4 . •'«'««• I*uUeney, in 1800. Ex- 
H 1^ M&y 5«3 , » 18 Aug. 54 peditlon to HanoTcr, In 



1805; 
and that to Stralsund and Co- 
penhagen in 1807. Campaign 
of 1808-0, including the battles 
of Rolela, Vimiera, and Co- 
runna. Expedition to Wal- 
cheren, and siege of nushing 
in 1800. Proceeded again to 
the Peninsula In 1810, where 
he served during the remainder 
of the war, the principal part 
of the time as an Auistaot- 
Quarter-Uaster-Ocneral, Ind u. 
ding the battles of Busaco and 
Fuentes d'Onor. assault and 
capture of Bad^joz, battle of 
Salamanca ; action at Villa 
Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege 
-, . - ^^ |Of San Sebastian, and battle 
31 Aug. 56 of the Nive. Served also the 
P 2 Oct. 65 ' campaign of iai5, including the 
battle of Waterloo. Sir Wil- 
liam has received the Oold 
Cross and one Clasp for Badigos, Salamanca, 
Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nlve; and the Silver 
War Medal with six Clasps for Rolela, Vimiera, 
Corunna Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Nlvelle. 



2 Feb. 65 

P 13 Feb. 65 

26 June 55 

26 June 56 

26 June 55 

26 June 55 

26 June 55 

26 June 65 

26 June 55 

26 June 55 

26 Nov. 54 

6 July 55 

3 Aug. 55 

30 Aug. 55 



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Paymaster. — Duncan Cameron M'Nanghten,S5 May 55 ; Qr.-Afr.l5 Aug. 46. 
Addutant.'^ Lieut. Hon. James Charlemagne Dormer^ 10 Aug. 55. 
Quarter-Maeter. — ^Thomas Hoban, 25 May 55; JBns. 12 Jan. 55. 
5urfl«m.— Daniel Patcrson Barry," M.D., 8 Dec. 54 ; Aseist.-Surg, 7 Aug. 46. 
Aenstant' Surgeons.— WilUam Brown, M.D., 18 Feb. 58. 

Peter Neyil Jackson, 28 April 54. 

Oeorge Bell Poppelwell, 9 June 54. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lt.«Col. Holeomb« lenrcd with the ISth Lt. Inf. throucfaout the aunpftlfiii In AOIthanUtaii tram 18S8 to ISif tneliulre. and 
commanded the reer-gunrd of the IStb at the paHa«e of the Kojak Paw on the Uth April 1B40, when he repulced the attacks 
of the enemy on the hag gaga of tha armjr, and recaptured eoiuiderahle public propertj. Aeeoaapanied the BzpeditioB |o 
GIrishk, and wm precent at the etonm and capture of Obusnee ( M edal)» aiaaalt and capture of the town and rorta of Tootum- 
durrah, and took with two Companlei of die ISth the forte en the left of the enemy*! poiition \ itorm of Jhoolcbor, night, 
attack at Baboo Kooeh Ohur, destruction of Khardurrah, assault of Perwandunah, storming of the Khoord Cahool Paaa* 
aflhir of Teaeea, foning the JugduUuck Pass (severely wounded), reduction of the fort ef Mamoo Khali, btrole defcaae of 
Jellalabad. and sorties on the Hth Nor. and 1st Dec. 1841, llih Mar. Stth Mar. and 1st April IStS « general acUon and da. 
feat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad (Medal), storming the heights of Jugdullnek, general action of Teseen, and lecapCura 
of Caboo) (Medal). Commanded four Companies of the ISth which formed part of the force whieh proccMled under Sir 
Robert Sale towards Baneaa for the purpose of bringfaig In tbe Cabool eaptiTes. 

4 Major King served throughout the campaigns In Affghanlstan firom 1838 to 184S IncluslTe. Including tha storm 
and capture of Ohuniee ( Medal), siorailng thi* Khoord Cabool Pass, aflkir of Teseen. forcing the JugduUuck Pass, redue- 
tion of the fort of Mamoo Khali, defence of JelUlabad and s«irtles on the Uth Not. and 1st Dec. 1841, llth Match, 
>4th March, and 1st April 1849, general aetion and defeat of Akbar Khan bcfoia Jellalabad ( Medal), •lormlof the halghta 
of JugduUuck, general acUon of Tezeen. and recapture of Cabool (Medal). 

6 Lt.-Col. Wood senred the Coorg campaign In 1684. In the Light Companr«f the 48th Regt t he was at tha storming of 
the Stoney River and tha several •lockadce leading to the capture of the Huggal Pass, and at the takhig of Naeknand. He 
was throughout the campaigns In AOkhanistan i— In 1688 and 89 as Alda-dcCamp to Sir Robert Sale i In 1840, 41. and 4t aa 
Adjutant to the ISth Regt,, and was on the storming party of the fortress of Otausnre (Medal) ; on the storming party of 
the town and fotc of Tootumdurrah { had eharge of and planted the ladders at tha etorm of Joolghur (wounded) ) was in the 
nlgbt-atcack at Baboo Koosh Ohur, the destruction of Kardurrah, baUle of Parwandnrrah ; at the storming of the Khoord 
Cabool Pass ; In the skirmish of Teseen ; the forcing of the JugduUuck Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khali, In 
the heroic defence of JelUlabad (wounded 17th March I84f\ and In the sorties on Uie Hth Nov. and 1st Dec IMl. nth 
March. S4tb March, and 1st April 1848 1 the battie of Jellalabad and defbalof the bedeglng force under Akbar Khan oo 
the 7th April 1848— horse sabred under him (Medal). Was on tha storming party of the JugduUuck Pass, In the battle of 
Teseen, and at the re-eapture of Cabool (Medal). Served the Bastem campaign of 1854-&5, as Assist. Adjutant Graeral 
to tha 3rd Division and subsequently to Head Quarters, Including the battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, battle of 
lakerman, and siege operations befure Sebaetopol. with the eseepUon of the last attack (Modal and three Claaps). 

7 M^or Cox Mrv^ In the ISth Light Infantry the cmmpaignB of 1840, 41, and 48 in Affsrhaniatan. and was 
present at Uia eaaault and capture of the town and fort of Toolunidurrah, tiorm of Jhoolghur. nigbt-attaek 
of Baboo Kooeh Ghnr, attack on Khardurrah, storming the Khoord Cabool Pass, aflhir of Tes4>eD, forcini; 
tlie JugduUuck Paaa, redaction of the Fort, of Mamoo Khail, lieroic defence of Jellalabad andsortieaon 
tha Uth Not. and 1st Dec. 1841, and llth March, 24th March and 1st April 1849 ; the general action with 
and defeat of tha besieging force under Akbar Khan before Jellalabad on the 7Ui April ; tlie storming 
of the JugduUuck heighta, general action at Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool, for which he has a Medal, 
at also another for Jellalabad. 

• Captain rttraubenzae served tha eampalgna of 1840, 41, and 48, and was present in eferj action from 
Tootumdurrah to Cabool, as detailed in note S. 

18 Mr. Barry served with the 1st Battalion 60tb Royal RISes throughout the Punjanb campaign of/1848.9, waa 
present at the sie^ ef Mooltan, also at tha battla of Ooojerat Feb. Slit 1849 (Medal and Clasps). 



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&W 14^A (^« BucMngham shire) Regt. of Foot [i2SCM.uitot.] ^^ 

On the Bear-sklnCapt of the Orenadien and Drummeiv, the WhiU Uo7U, " Nm aspera ttrrgnU*'" 
"TOURNAY" "OORUKNA" "JAVA" "WATIRLOO" "BHURTPORE." TheReyal 
Tioer, ■upeneribed •* INDIA" « SEVASTOPOL." 
Coto?i€Z.—5irJas.Watson,»KCB.J57M. 24 June 1783; i<.18 AprilQSj Cap^ 11 
Mar. 95 ; Maj. 3 Dec. 02 ; Lt.-CoL 16 May 06 ; Col. 4 June 14 j Mqj-Gen. 10 
July2l; X^-(?e?i.lOJau. 37; Gm. 11 Nov.61 ; CoM4tb Regt. 24 May 87. 
£t«<*.-Co/(m«Z*.— Maurice Barlow," J^tm. p21 July 14; Lieut, 23 March 16; 
Cfli^*. P 20 Dec. 21 ; Mdfjor, p 12 June 28; Brevet'Lieut.-Col, 28 Not. 41 ; 
Lieut.-CoL 24 Dec. 47 ; Col 20 June 64. 
John Watson, Sru. 20 July 26; Lieut. P17 May 27; Capt. p 11 Aug, 
Breo.-Mqjor, 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqjor, 28 March 64: U.-Col, 16 May 66. 
3f^'or«.—5tr James Edward Alexander,^ KC, Comet p 20 Jan. 26; Xt 



87; 
P86 



Nov. 26 ; Capt. P18 June 30; Br.-Mqf, 9 Nov. 46; Br. Lt.^Col 20 June 
64; Jlf^'. 29 Dec. 64. 
Ralph Budd, Ens, 10 Mar. 25; Lieut, p 16 Mar. 26 ; Capt. 1 June 41 ; Brev,- 
Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Major, 15 May 56. 



Captains. 

John Dwyer 

VITilliam Douglas 

William Cosmo Trevor . . 
Frederick Hammersley.f. 
Charles Cecil Newman . . 

Henry Townsend 

John M<CullochO'Toole<^ 
Plomer John Young .... 

Thomas Segrave 

William Hanbury Hawley 
Charles Edward Grogan 

John Barlow, e 

John Gittens Maycock^.. 

Martin Petrle 

Frederick Smythe , 

William Hey wood 

Lieutenants. 
William Banger Bower . , 
John Echlin Matthews . . 
Edward D'H. Fairtlough 
Charles Monck Wilson . . 
Dawson Stockley Warren 
Gage Hall Dwyer 
H. H.A'Court lufdefield 
Richard Hussey Vivian. . 
Thomas Prittie Cosby .. 
Walter Frederick Blunt 
Reginald Henry Graham 
George Bridges ••••.••. 
Angus William Hall.... 
BdwardWilliam Saunders 
WiUiam Dods 
Alexander Gordon,* tidj,. 
Fred. Gerard Armstrong 
John Donaldson Bradley 

Ramsay Harman 

Henry William Heaton . . 
Henry Theodore Vemede 
Andrew Alf. le Mesurier. . 

Ensigns. 
Arthur Molony . . 
Charles Costin 



Rich. Art. Lynd Fameaux 
George Money Bright . . 
I Edw. R. Fra. Mansergh 

I John Glancy 

! Geo. J. Newman Beamish 
I William Noel Watson . 

IverM'Jver 

JohnM'Dougall 

James Octavius Machell 
John Taylor Casson . . . 

Peter Barlow 

Frederick Ranee 

Henry Aogustw Burton 



P 10 July 31 

P 23 May 34 

11 Mar. 42 

P 1 July 42 

26 July 44 

30 Dec. 46 

21 June 89 
Pll Mav 38 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 10 July 46 
P 16 Apr. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 2 June 43 

14 Apr. 46 
P 2 Feb. 40 
P 16 Mar. 60 

p 16 Mar. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 17 June 61 
P19 Dec. 61 
P19 Aug. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P17 Aug. 62 
P23NOV. 62 
P24 Nov. 62 
3 Dec. 62 
P29 July 63 
P 16 Dec. 63 
28 Mar. 64 
P27 June64 

11 Aug. 64 
P 18 Aug. 64 
P26 Aug. 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 

22 Dec. 64 
P 16 Jan. 66 

19 Jan. 66 

26 Jan. 65 

12 Feb. 66 

13 Feb. 66 

20 Feb. 66 
2 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 

28 Mar. 65 

24 Apr. 66 

1 May 66 

14 May 66 

15 May 66 

27 July 66 
17 Aug. 66 

9 Oct 66 
26 Oct. 66 



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23 Jan. 46 
P21 Apr. 46 

2 Oct. 46 

24 Dec. 47 
P 24 June 42 
P 1 Nov. 89 
P 29 "Sioy. 60 

15 Feb. 60 
P 28 Apr. 48 
p 23 May 61 
P 4 Apr. 46 
P 7 Jan. 48 
P 19 Dec. 61 
P 16 Jan. 62 

P 18 Feb. 62 

P27 Aug. 62 

19 Oct. 60 

16 Dec. 68 
P 16 Dec. 63 

28 Mar. 64 
6 Juue 64 
6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

P18 Aug. 64 

16 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 

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29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 

17 Feb. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 65 
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26 Mar. 68 

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29 Deo. 64 

20 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

P 6 May 64 

17 Feb. 66 

16 May 66 



I 8lr James Watson served 
with tbo UtliRefft.on the Con- 
tluent under the Duke of York 
in 1798 and 94 ; at the reduc- 
tion of the itlande of St. Lucie 
and Trinidad in 1796 and 97. 
CoDiraanded the 14tb Regiment 
at the capture of the islrs of 
France and Java, including the 
auault and capture of DJo(;jo- 
earta ; eommandtd the expedi- 
tion that captured the piratical 
state of Sambaa in Borneo la 
1818; at the capture of the 
fort of Hattras, and tn the 
Plndarreeand Hahratta wan; 
actively asaisted at the reduc- 
tion of the fortreea of Dho- 
raone Mundela (where ho led 
the storming party), Gurra 
Kotah, andAiaeerghur. Ifedal 
for Java. 



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Payma*<er.— John Peter Hall, 11 April, 61; j&n*. p 26 April, 39; Lieut. 23 
Adljutant.-^Lieut.X\ex, Goi-doii, 1 May 55. [Apr. 41 ; Capt. 15 Feb. 60. 

Quarter-Master, — John O'Connor, 11 March 63. 

Surgean.-^'Wm. Kelman Chalmers, M.D. 12 Jan. 55 ; Aaeist.-Surg, 13 Not. 46. 
Assist.'Surgeans, — Thomas MacdougaU Bleckley, M.B. 6 Jan. 54. 

John Martin Hyde, 3 Nov. 64. 

\rilliam Henry Price, 26 May 56. 

Facinge Bnff-^ Agents, MesBrv. Downes & Son. 



S Colonel Barlow served at the tloge of Sebastopol (Medal). 
S Lt-Colonel WaUon served at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal). 

4 Sir James Alexander served in the Madras Light Cavalry previous to being transferred to H. M. 
Dragoons. Was present with armies in the ll<'ld during the late Burman, Persian, Turkish, Portuguese 
and KaiRr wart; and was on the personal staff of Generals Sir Benjamin d'Urban and Rowan, and em- 
ployed on Government expeditions, exploring, and surveying In Africa and America: has received several 
decorations and Medals. Sened with the 14th Rest, at the siege of 8«-bastopoI, including the osNtuit on 
the Redan on the 1 8th June, and commanded the Regt. from the I4th August, at the siege and foil of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Capt. O'loole served with the 40th Regt. on the China expedition, and was present at the attack and 
capture of Amoy, the second capture of Churan, attack and capture of Chinhae, occupation of Nlnrpo and 
repulse of the night-attack, attack and capture of Segoan, Chapoo. Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo, and 
the demonstration before Nankin (Medal). Served wiihthe 14th at the siege of Scbaxtopol (Medal). 

7 Captain Mayeock served the Eastern campaign of 1854 in tlie 47th Rogt., Including the battles of the 
Alma (wounded) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (MiHial and Clasps). 

8 Lt. Gordon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-M, including the battles of Aima and lokennaa, and 
siege of Sebastopol (Modal and Clasps). 

•*• The following officers were also present at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal), vis.— Mi^or Budd, Cap« 
tains Dwyer, Douslas, Trevor, Hammersley, Newman, Townnend, Segnve, Hawley, Barlow, Heywood ; 
Lieuts. Matthews, Folrllough, Wilson, Warren, Dwyer, Inglefleld, Vivian, Cosby, Blunt, Graham, Bridges, 
Hall, Saunders, Dods, Armvtrong, Bradley, Harmaii, Heaton, le Mesurler; Ensigns Molony and Gloncj; 
Captain Hall, Qr..Masier O'Connor, Surgeon Chalmers, Assist. Surgeons Bleckley, Hyde, and Price. 



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Zieut. 30 May 94; CapL 2 Oct. 99; Mqj, 12 Oct. 04; Lt.-CoL 31 Dec. 06; 

Co/. 4 June 14; Major-Oen. 19 July 21 ; Lt.^Gm. 10 Jan. 37 : Oen. 11 

Not. 61 ; CoL 16th Foot, 6 Oct. 61. 
X/.-Co/.— George Finder, ^»m. p 24 Aug. 26; Zieut. p 91 Dec. 30; Capt. P21 

Oct. 86; Mqf'or, p24 May 44; JBrev. Zt.-Col. 20 June 64 ; ZL-Col, 2 Oct. 64. 
3fq;^«.— Robert Alexander Cuthbert, JSInj. P26Sept. 23; Xteu^ p 7 July 26 ; 

Capt. P28 May 29 ; Mqjor, P21 March 45 ; Brev. Zieut, -CoL 20 June 64. 
John A. Cole, Sru. 14 Jan. 30; Zieut. 26 May 33; Cap^ p 14 Dec. 38; 

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John Hope Wlngflcld 

Henry Griereon* 

William Fulton 

Algernon Robinson Sewell 
Wm. Caimes Armstrong 
C. Theodore de Montenach 
JohnsonWilkinson' .... 
William Drake Hague . . 
AuguatusFred.Warburton 
James Walmsley 

I Andrew John Cowper . . 
Francis Powell Hopkins 

Lieutenants. 
Robert Wynne Price. . . . 
George Fred. Christie . . 
Rich. Roxborough Moore 
Charles J. Watson Allen 
Frederick Bdward Lock 
P. A. Anstruther Twynam 
Joseph Edward Mortimer 
Aldred Oldfleld 

'John Smyth 

Richard Henry Fry .... 
Robert Tho. P. Cuthbert. 
Walter Goodwin Hawkins 

: William Robertson Tyler 

I Thomas Ecdes Dickson . . 

, Ensigns. 

t Robert Coupe, Adj. .... 

;Fred.S. L'EstFitzRoy.. 

j John Olpherts Kemmis. . 
William Starke 

, Francis Ball 

Henry P. Shafto Orde . . 
Henry Jiirdine Hallowes 
George Joseph Maunsell 
John Low 



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Douglas Howard Aytoun 



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P 6 Dec. 39 
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P 4 Aug. 40 
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P 13 June 46 
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P18 Aug. 48 
P 3 Oct. 48 

P 16 Feb. 60 
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20 June 64 
31 Aug. 66 



Pa2^]iuu<«r.— Richard Milbank Tilghman, 28 Oct. 53 ; Ens. p29 Dec. 48 ; Zieut. 
Adjutant. — Entign Robert Coupe, 16 Sept. 64. [p 28 June 60 . 

Quarter-Master, — Bryan Stratfoid, 5 Aog. 53. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas Rose Dyce, 3 Aug. 49 ; Assist.-Surg. 7 June 39. 
^lita^-iStfr^cionf.— Jones Lamprey, M.B.,8 Oct. 50. 

Facinge bellow. — Agentt, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Messrs. 

[Returned from Ceylon, 7 May 1855.] [Cane and Sons. 

I Sir Hovard Donglu lerred In Portugal and Spain in 1R08 and 9, and was present at the battle of 
Coruana. Senred alterwards at Walrheren, including the sioee and bombardment or Flii»hlnfr. Returned 
totlta Peninsula in 181 1, and continued there citirinK that year and to the end of the cnmpaicn of 1818. 
feTiBg in that time been employed on a special mluion extending ihrouehout tlie north of Spain, and was 
praaeat at the uperationit on the Oibino and EmUt.. ond in tiie i ombined naval ami military op« rations on 
tibt Borth-«<MUt of Spain io the early part of 1812, tlie aitacl: and rcdnrtlon of Leqnetio, and aftirttnrd*' at 
tb« siece of Aitorpu; the operation* on tlio Douro, inclnUinK the blocltailp of Zann nit, the uttAok and 
i«d««tkm of the enemy's Ports on the Douro, and the siege of Burgos. Sir Howard has received the War 
Us^al an^l ona Cia«p for Corunna. 

S Xidor Oriaraon and Capt. Wilkinson aervcd with a detachment consisting of 800 of the IS h Regt. and 
CcytoalUflc** nnder I'apC. Ullie, In defeating the Insurgents at Uatole on the U9th July 184S, during 
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Colon^L^Jf Thomas Eraliine If apier/ CB. Ens, 3 July 05 ; Lieut, 1 May 06 ; 

Capt. 27 Oct 08 ; Af£[;or, 36 Dec. 13 ; LietU.-CoL 21 June 17 ; CoL 10 Jan. 

37 ; Moj^-Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt -Gen, 20 J une 54 ; Col, 16th Foot, 28 Jan. 64. 
Lieut.'CoConel.—Wi\\ifimCockel\,^ Ens, 26 Dec. 22; Lt. p23 June 26; Capt. 

P29 Aug. 26 ; Brev,'Mqj. 23 ^oy, 41 ; Mc^, p 17 Nov. 43; Brev. LU^Col. 

11 Not. 61 ; Lieut.-CoL 31 April 54. 
Af^'(»r«.— Henry Copinger, Ens. 28 Apr. 26; Lieut. 6 Mar. 28; Cop^ 8 July 

42; 3fq;or,P26Dec.61. 
Alexander Munro, Ens. 6 Oct. 16 ; Lieut. 26 Apr. 28 ; Capt. 1 July 41 ; Me^or, 

21 April 54. 



CAPTAIN. I BRBV.-MAJ. 



2U June 54 
20 June 54 



CAFTA1M8. BNSION. LIEUT. 

JohnWillettPayneAudaln 14 Dec. 26 2 Oct. 28 

John Henderson p 20 Jan. 32 28 Nov. 34 

Francis Lucas* p 1 Oct. 25 24 Oct. 27 

Chas. Lorenzo dc Winton p 13 Feb. 39 2 July 41 

Charles Armstrong p 26 Apr. 40 10 Aug. 42 

George John Peacocke.. 8 July 42 p 24 Oct. 45 

Gi orge Studdert p 3 June 36 p 19 July 89 

Charles Rowley Piatt . . p 30 Sept. 42 26 July 44 
John Octaviu* Chichester •'26 Oct. 39 27 May 42 
George Fred. Macdouald p 8 May 40 p 25 Aug. 43 
James Wiliiam Bostock* p 1 May 46 p 20 Oct. 48 
WUliam Armstrong p24 Oct. 46 p21 Aug. 49 

LlEtJTENAMTS. 

ThomuS C. Higginson, r. 10 Apr. 42 8 July 46 

Chas. Coote Grant P 9 May 45 20 Aug. 49 

Wm. Charles Bancroft, s. 25 June 44 21 April 46 

Francis Retailack p 2 Nov. 49 p 18 June 52 

Arch. Philip Douglas^^;. P 12 Apr. 60 p 14 Sept. 62 

George Barchard p 2 Oct. 46 p 23 Mar. 49 

John King Rehdall .... p 17 Sept. 60 21 Apr. 54 
J.Watkin8Freeman,<2.pm. p21 Nov. 51 6 June 54 

James Davis p 16 Apr. 62 P 18 Aug. 54 

John Cooper 16 July 62 9 Feb. 55 

G. C. S. Lombard, d. 44;. p 17 Aug. 62 p 10 Aug. 65 
Lewis Stevens Rooke . . p 18 Aug. 54 P 17 Aug. 55 
William Henry Carter .. 21 Apr. 54 27 July 55 

Henry Keball 6 June 64 p 25 Sept. 65 

Somerville Geo. C. Hogge p 32 Sept 64 11 Oct. 55 

Ensigns. 
George Palmer Lockwood P30 Mar. 66 
Richard Calvert Healy . . 9 April 55 
Wm. Charles Walseley . . 10 April 65 

Alexander Gibson 24 April 66 

Arthur Piatt 1 May 55 

Wm. Hopper L. Moyle. . 27 July 66 
Wm. Robert Welch Lea . p23 Oct. 55 

George Street 9 Nov. 66 

Thomas Russell r 23 Nov. 65 

Bernard Heyer Westby.. p 7 Dec. 66 

Paymaster, — 

Adjutant, — Lieut. Archibald Douglas, Feb. 66. 

Quarter-Master. — John Banyard,3 March,48. 

5ur^e(m.~William George Swan, M.D. 21 July 64 ; Assist.-Surg* 28 F^b. 45. 

Auistant'Surgeons»-^UenTy Martyn Fraser^M.D. 11 Sept. 49. 

Facings Yellow — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, JBt,, 

Armit, k Co. 

1 LU-Oeneral Napter served witb the83nd R<>gt. at the Ble^e of Copenhagen snd battle of Kl0f« In 1S07. 
Aide.de Camp to bir John Hope on the expedition to Sweden in l8o8; and inbaeqaeotlj In Sir Jobn 
Moore's campaign in Scain. including the retreat to, and battle of Corunna. In Sicily with the Begiinent 
vatil the aatuiun ol 1810. Served afterwards in the Peninsula on the staff, Ineludlng the derence of Cadix 
battle of Puent(4 d'Onor, 8nd siege of fiadaJos, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, NiTellr. and tha Niva, — ! 
including tiM various engageroonU near the Uayor's house— slightlj wounded on the lOtb D«e., and Mfer^lw 
on the nth— lost left arm. He has received the War M edal with seven Clasps. 

s Lt.-Ooi. OockeJl Mrred at the litge and capture of Bhnrtpore inidet Lord Comb«nnfre (Medal). 



27 May 42 

PIO No?. 43 

10 Nov. 44 

P 10 Mar. 48 

2 Nov. 49 

P21 June 50 

S Aug. 49 

P 17 Oct. 61 

21 Apr. 64 

G June 64 

4 Arg. 64 

P 26 Sept. 66 



8 Captain Lucas, with the 
effective men of the wing of 
the 6th Regt. stationed at 
Aden, formed part of an expe- 
dition of 600 men under tho 
command of Lteut.-Col. P^n« 
nyculck, which destroyeu the 
Arab posu of Slieik Medi and 
Sheik Oihman, and skirmished 
between those places on the 
aih Oct. 1841. 



6 Capt. Bostoek served as acting Aide-de-Camp to 
Brigadier Campbell comnaDding ike Snd CaTalry 
Brigade of the Army of the 8aii«j,and was prtiem at 
the batUe of Sobiaon (Medal}. 



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ColoneL-^Jit Thomas James Wemyjs/ CB. Bru. 14 Ocr. 1800: Zt. 1 Mareh 04- 

Capt. 30 Nov. 06 ; Afqf. 21 June 13; i^-CW. 21 Jan. 19 ; Col 10 J in M- 

Mi^.^Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; X*..<?«,. 20 June 64; C(>/. 17th Foit, 31May M. ' 

^ff •"^''''^'^;":-^''*"" ^"^^ ^""^^'^ ^^- -^«'- ** 22 AuR. 34 : Xtrt//. i 2o Not. 
38 ; Capt. p 7 Sept. 41 ; Mqfor, p 14 Jane 60; Lt.CoL 9 March 66. 



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P2U July 3tt 

IP 22 Feb. 39 

P12 Apr. 39 

P20July 47 

27 Oct. 46 

22 Dec. 48 

PlOMar. 48 

29 April 36 

P 10 Not. 48 

P 13 Apr. 49 

22 June 26 
Pie Feb. 60 
P22NOV. 60 
P 22 Nov. 60 
P 18 Feb. 62 
P 12 Dec. 61 

P 16 Oct. 62 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 29 July 63 

8 Oct. 60 
P 28 Oct. 63 
P24Feb. 64 
P 3 Mar. 64 
P17 Mar. 64 

6 June 64 
P 10 Feb. 64 
P 7 Apr. 64 
P24 Aug. 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 

6 Not. 64 

P17 Nov. 64 

P 12 Jan. 65 

16 Mar. 65 

23 Mar. 66 

8 June 66 
P 12 July 60 

26 Jan. 66 

9 Mar. 66 
26 Jan. 66 

13 Feb. 66 
20 Feb. 66 
16 Mar. 66 

P29Mar. 66 

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6 Apr. 66 

20 July 66 
3 Aug. 66 

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P 3 Apr. 40 
P 26 Sept. 40 

1 Feb. 42 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 30 Nov. 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 
29 Jan. 41 
P 16 Nov. 49 
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6 Mar. 31 
P17 Oct. 61 
P 7 Sept. 62 
P 28 Oct. 68 
P 7 April 64 
P 24 Feb. 64 

3 Mar. 64 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 
8 Dec. 64 
8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

28 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 54 
12 Jan. 65 
12 Jan. 65 

9 Feb. 65 
9 Mar. 65 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 65 

19 June 56 
P3l Aug. 56 
P31 Auk. 55 
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P 2 Mar. 65 
9 Nov. 66 
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^y'S'^'-fi^T/.*^* Bonrke,* J^w. Pll Dec. 85; Zieui.P^ Oct. 37} Capt. 
7 Nov. 44 J Mqjor, 3 Dec. 62. * ^ 

Captains. 

William Gordon* 

Alexander M'Kinstry ^ . . 
Rich. John Ross O'Conor* 
Darid LatoucheColthurst' 
Philip M'Pherson** 
Q«orge Tito Brice " 
Fred. J. Sandy? Lindesay>* 
James Dupre Brabason '* 
Clem.H.J.Heigham'3 .. 
William Henry Earle" . . 
ChasSeagram^^ U,7 SepiM 
Richard Edmd. WilUams ^» 

Ralph Smyth" 

J. Browne Horner Boyd " 

Roger Swire,** s 

Swinnerton H.Dyer" . . . . 

Lieutenants. 
W. Dalrymple Tompson " 
Cecil M'Pherson".. 
Anthy. Powell Traheme* 
James Dalgaims Travers" 
Charles Grieme Grant . . 
W. Herbert J. Di^browe^ 
Edward John Lees " . . . . 
George Stephen Butler'** 
Joseph Gates Traverse .. 
/\dol.Halkett Versturme'^^ 
Fred. Arch. Macreight^^ 
Frederick Carr S. Dyer** 
A. Hammond Utterson ^ 

John Lee'* 

William Robinson ^ . . . . 
William Henry Parker'^.. 
Leonard John Seagram • . 
John MooreClarkeTravers 
Francis James Berkeley 
Arthur Robert Fowler** . 
Francis Houlton Hartwell 
Frederick Mayoock .... 
George Daniel Webber . . 

Ensigns. 
Jno. Geo. King Houghton 

William Presgrave 

Henry Alexander Little . 

Samuel Bradburne 

John T. Bolton Mayne . • 
John James Perceval. • . . 
Robert William Torre .. 
Angustus L'Estrange. . . . 
Charles White Holwortby 

Isaac Colquhoun 

Thomas Rochfort Hunt. . 



' 2 Feb. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P30 Not. 49 

P 7 Sept. 62 

P24 Feb. 64 

P 7 April 64 

6 June 64 

20 Oct. 48 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

16 Apr. 42 

19 Jane 66 

P 22 June 65 

P22 June66 

"23 Not. 56 

14 Dec. 66 



1 Lient>0«acra1WnefMNTT«d 
with th« WalebercB ezpcaiHon la 
18W. and sabMqucntly la tb« P«n> 
Inula as Major of Brinada to Ui« 
50th, 7Ut. and Mnd. from iht for- 
mation or that Frigade under Lord 
Howard in 1810, to tfa Bnal embar- 
kation at Bourdraiu in ISI4 ; and 
was present in the different aifsira 
during the retreat to the Lines near 
Llsbon.actlons of Pombal, Rrdinha, 
Poi (I'Arouee, battle of Pomies 
d'Oaor. lutprlse ofOerard at ATroyo 
de llollnos, storm vt Port Napo- 
leon, and the bridge of Almaiai, 
action of Alba df Tomes. deAmeo 
of Bejar. battle of Viuorla(rte*iTed 
the Brevet rank of Major), and tho 
Pyrenees, at Maya. LesaccA, and 
Doona Maria (soTerely wonnded), 
baules of the NIveile. Cunbo. Nive, 
St. Pierre (wounded). Hellette, 
Garris, St Palais, Tarbes, Arrl- 
verlctte. Orthes, Aire, and Tou- 
louse, besides numerous minor 
affairs. Served also against th« 
Randlans in Ceylon. Be bu re> 
ceived tbo War Medhl with aeyeC 
Clasps. 



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Paymaster, — Henry HoUis Howett," 1 May 56. 

Acyutant, — Lieut. Swinnerton Halliday Dyer, 7 Sept. 55. 

Quarter-Master,— ^ohn Campbell,^ 29 April 53. 

5ttr^eon.~William Pearson Ward,'^ 26 June 55 ; Assitt.'Surg, U June 47. 

Astut,'Surgeon9. — ^Theodore Gordon Bone^^^ M.D., 12 March 52. 

Walter Moses Glbant,'' 3 Feb. 54. 

Thomas Hougbton Walker, 9 June 54. 

Facings White. — Agents, Cox k Co. 

S Ueat.-CoIonel Col« served at the siege of Sebutopol from Jan. to July 1856 (Medal). 

3 Major Bourke terTedibe campaign in Affghanittan under Lord Keane, Including tlie storm and capture 
of Ghuxnee (Medal), and storm and capture of Khelat. Berred at the siege of Scbaitopol fh>m Dee. 1654 
to Feb. 1865 (Medal and Clasp). 

4 M%)or Ruttledge served the campaign in AflJKhanlstan under Lord Keane, Including the storm and 
capture of Ohuznee (Medal), and storm and capture of KhelaU Served at the liege of Sebastopol from 
Dec. 1854 to SI July 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

M^or (^>rdon served at the siege of Sebastopol nrom Dec. 1854, and commanded the 17tb Regt. at the 
assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

7 GapUln M'Klnstry served ai the sieve of Sebastopol from Dec 1854 to July 186j. Including the assauU 
on the Redan I8th June (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Captain O'Conor served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 (Medal and Clasp). 

Captain Gollhurst served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to Aug. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Lieut. Versturme served at the siege of Sebastopol tnaa 10 May 1855, and at the assault on the Redan 
on the 8th Sept. (Medal and C lasp). 

11 Mi^or Bricv, Captain S. H. Dyer, and Lieut. Lees, nerved at the siege of Sebastopol from 2 Jan. 1855, 
and at the assauli on tne Redan on the 8ih Sept. (Medal and Claip). 

U Cuptalii Brabaxon was present at the storm and destruction of the fortified native Mandingo town of 
Sab^Jee un the Gnmbia, on the 1st June 1853. 

18 Captain Heigitam served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to let June 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain EarlA served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dee. 1854 to Feb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Lieut.-Gol. Seagram served wilh the 45lh Regt. in the Kaffir vrar of 1840-47 (Medol), and received the 
rank of Brevet M^jor. 

16 Capt. Williams served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to Juno 1855 (Medal and CIa«p), and 
received severe wounds causing loss of right eye, and a severe contusion of right leg, in the trenches on 
2Ut May. 

17 Capt. Smyth and Lieut. C. M*Pherfon served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854, and at the 
assault on the Redan on the 8ih St-pf . (Medal And Clasp). 

18 Captain Boyd served at the siege of^biistopol trum Dec. 1854, and at the assault on the Redan on 
the 8tli Sept (Medal and Clasp), and was wounded in the trenches. 

10 Lieut. Thompson served at the siege*uf Sebastopol from Jan. 1855, including Ihcasfaults on the Redan 
on 1 8th June and 8th Sept. (dangerously wounded) (Medal and Clasp). 

SO Captain Swire served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854, latterly as Aldf -de-Camp to Brigadier- 
General Wyndhaai, and led the nssaulting party at the attack on the Redan on the 8th Sept., and was 
dangerously wounded (Medal and Cla»p). 

21 Lieut. James H.Travers served with the 12th Regt. in the Koffir war of 1851-58 (Medal). 

22 Lieut. Disbrowe served at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. to Aur. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

23 Lieut. Butler served at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. 1855, and at the assault on the Redan on the 
8th Sept. (Medal and Cla«p). 

24 Lieut. Macreighi served at the slrge of Sebastopol from June 1855, and at the assault on the Redan 
on tbe 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

25 Lieuts. F. C. S. Dyer and Utterson served at the siege of Sebastopol from July 1865, and at the assault 
on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

26 Lieut. Lee served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to May 1855 (Medal and Cia«p). 

27 Lieut. Parker served at the siege of Sebastopol, and was wounded at the assault on the Redan on thn 
.8th Sept. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

28 Paymaster Howeit served at the siege of Sebastopol from G Aug.ld55, and at the asraoUon the Redaa 
on the 8lli Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

20 Qr.-Master Campbell served at the siege of Srbastopol from Dec. 1854 to June 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

30 8un;eon Ward and As>Ut.-Siirg. Honi' served the Kaitern rampaifm cf 1854-.').'}, including the affhtr of 
Manketizio's Farm, battles of Alma, Balakluva, and Inkerman, slece of Sebnsioi«ol, repulse of tbe sortie on 
26 Oct 1854. and ah^ault on the Redan on the 8ib Sept. (Medal and Claspo). 

31 A;si4r.-8urg. Oibaiit B^rved at the niece oi Sebastopol from Feb. to Aug. 1855 (Medal and Cla^p). 

32 Lieut. J»ve)>h Oatfs Travers rervcd with the 17th Kegt. at thesiese of Sf>ba>topol from 29 Jan. 1855, 
includinir the assaults on the Rcdaii on 18tb June and 8ih S*pt. (Medal andClasji). 

33 Lieut Fowler served ibroughout the Kaffir wor of 1851-53 (Medal), and was present at the takins of 
Fort Armstrong, the opeiatlons in the Wuterkloof, the Amatolas, and other actions of the 1st Division. 
'Whilst on duly with his Regiment in the Amatulaa he received serious injui les whii b otliged him to return 
to England. 

34 Captains P. M*Pherson and LIndesay, and Lt. Robinson served at the siege of Sebastopol and amnU 
on tbe Redan on the 8th Sept. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

95 Lieut. Traherne served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 (Medal and Gasp . 



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On tbe thrae eornert of the' Mcond Colour, the Lion «/ yasutu, " TirtuiU KmmuremsU Prm- 

mlum." The ^Aiii;e, ** Eotpt.** " The Dragon," " Chiha*' "Peou " " Sstastopol.'* 
CoUmeL-''9 Sir John Fonter Fitzgerald/ KCB. JStu. 89 Oct. 03 ; Lieut. 81 

Jan. 94; Capt. 9 May 94; Afqjor, 25 Sept. 08; Lieut-Cul, 25 July 10; 

CoL 12 Aug. 19; Mqftn-'Oen, 22 July 30; LieuL-Oen, 23 Not. 41 ; Gen, 

20 June 54 ; CoL 18th Regt. 9 March 50. 
Xieui.-Co2fi— Clement Alex. EdwardB,^ CB. EnsAl June 29; X/. p28 Nov. 84 ; 

Capt. P 18 Mar. ^; Brve.-Mqj. 1 1 No?. 51 ; Mqj. 25 May 53; Bt. Lt.-CoL 9 

Dec. 53 ; Lt.-Col. 9 March 55 ; Col. 17 July 55. 
John Clark Kennedy,* «. Comet p 25 Oct. 33 ; Lieut, p 10 Mar. 87 ; Capt. p8 Dec. 

41 ; Brev.'Mqf. 7 June 49; Mqjor, I Dec. 54; Lt.^Cei. 22 June 55. 
ilf<(;<^«.— <}eorge Fred. Stevenson Call/ Ent.^l Apr. 87; Lieut. p20 Sept. 39; 

Capt. P 30 Dec. 42 ; Breo.-Major, 20 June 54 ; Mqfor, 29 Dec. 54. 
Archibald Neil Campbell,' JSiu. 14 Aug. 28; Lt.S April 31 ; Capt. I Noy. 42; 

Brev.'Mqj. 9 Dec. 52; Af^yor, 22 June55 



Captains. 

John Borrow't 

John Cormick* 

Anth.W.S.P. Armstrong? 
Bdmond Wm. Sargent' . . 

John Eawrie* 

Raymond Inglis' 

Matthew Jones Hayman" 
Charles Frederick Kelly** 
Henry James Stephenson 
Wm. Henry Graves .... 

John Swinbnm'* ...... 

George Augustus Elliot >? 
Thomas Esmonde'* .... 

George Wm. Stacpoole*' 
Cha. Jasper D. Annesley^ 
John Cajiavan'* 

LlBUTENANTB. 

William James Hales** 
Geo. Henry Pocklington** 
William O'Bryen Taylor"| 
R. Hoey Jex-Blake . . . . | 
Bdw. Hayes Wilton, A<y 
Rich. Pretyman Bishopp 
John Richard Wolseley 
John Robert Blacker . . 
Charles James Coote .... 
Ernest Christian Witford 
James Farrant Ring .... 
Jacob Francis- Bryant . . 

Walter Blake Burke 

Thomas Darand Baker . . 

William Kemp 

Fairfax Feamley 

Edward Langford Dillon , 
Arthur Thomas Frederick 
Charles Hotham .. 
John Shadwell Theobald 
Michael JoB.Cunningham 

Alfred Cottee 

Robert Isaac Adamson 
William Robert Bell . . 
William NorrisFranlyn 

Sydney Danrell 

Henry Hall Dare 

Bnsioks. 
Rd. Wm. Erskine Dawson 

John Motherwell 

Charles Norris Fry 

George Spicer Hutchings 
Jas. M'Gellicnddy Magill 

Hagh Shaw 

Edward Dickson Ricard 
Edward Abbott Noblett... 

John Wily 

Henry Adams ...... 

Richard Hillman Daniel 
Arthur Kay 



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P 16 Feb. 41 
P 27 Aug. 41 
P21 June 39 
18 May 41 
P 22 Dec« 43 

22 Nov. 43 
P 14 July 41 

2 Apr. 43 
P 28 Sept. 47 

25 Nov. 42 
5 Apr. 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P22 Nov. 51 

P 18 Apr. 51 

1 Nov. 42 

16 Jan. 47 

P 19 Aug. 51 

5 Dec. 51 
14 Sept. 52 

23 Nov. 52 
22 April 53 

P 8 July 53 

6 June 54 
P 22 April 53 

14 July 54 

18 Feb. 53 

P 11 Mar. 53 

P 6 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 

P18 Aug. 54 

P24 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

1 Sept. 54 

P 29 Sept. 54 

20 Oct. 54 

P 10 Nov. 54 

14 Dec. 54 
P 16 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 

15 Sept. 54 
P 20 Oct. 54 

16 Mar. 55 
20 Oct. 43 

20 Feb. 55 

9 Mar. 55 

16 Mar. 55 

24 Apr. 55 
P 9 May 66 

10 May 55 

11 May 55 
31 May 55 

1 June 55 

6 July 55 

18 July 55 

20 July 55 



P 23 Feb. 44 
P 25 Oct. 42 
26 Jan. 41 
26 July 42 
P 7 Nov. 47 
Pll Feb. 48 

20 Aug. 42 
P 5 Feb. 47 

3 Apr. 49 

2 Feb. 44 

13 Sept. 48 

P 7 Mar. 51 

7 June 53 

21 Mar. 53 
11 Oct. 45 

5 Aug. 51 

25 May 53 

6 June 54 

June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 29 Sept. 54 
PIO Nov. 54 

1* Dec. 54 

P 20 Jan. 64 

29 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 

29 Dec. 

12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 
12 Jan. 

12 Jan. 
20 Feb. 

9 Mar. 
9 Mar. 
9 Mar. 56 

13 Apr. 55 
13 Apr. 55 

1 May 55 
19 June 55 

22 June 55 
P 15 June 55 
P 23 Oct. 55 
P 8 Aug. 45 



CAPTAIN. BKBY.-MAJ. 



17 July 55 
2 Nov. 65 

2 Nov. 55 

2 Nov. 55 



1 Apr. 47 

P 12 July 50 

12 Dec. 52 

25 May 53 
P 8 Dec. 52 
P 15 Mar. 50 

6 June 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 

P 10 Nov. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

26 Jan. 65 
P 6 Apr. 55 

22 June 55 
17 Aug. 55 

23 Oct. 55 



1 Sir Joiin F. Pltifenld 
jolniKi the 4eih Regt. at the 
ago of slxte«n in 1801. He 
eommanded a Light Battalioa 
and a Brigade in the Penin- 
sula, and hat recfired the Gold 
Croes for Bad^Jos. Salamanca^ 
Vittorla, and the Pyrcneet. 

30 Captain Annesley served 
irltb a detachment of 80 of the 
Ceylon Riflet, which defeated 
the in«urgent8 In the tint and 
second attack on Kornegalle 
on the 80th and Slat July, 
daring the tuppreasion of the 
rehcllion in the Kandlan Pro- 
Tinoea in 1846. 

SI Captain Ganavan terred 
witli tlie 18th Royal Irisli 
throughout the Burmeao war 
of 18fi3.A8 (Medal), including 
Martabaa, Rangoon, Prome, 
and minor skirmlahet on the 
right bank of the Irrawaddy. 



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Paymatter.^Churie* Edwaid Preston, 6 Jan. 64 ; Bns. 86 July 44 ; Lisut, 
Adjutant.-— Lieut, Edward Hayes WiUon, 80 Nov. 66. [P 19 Mar. 47. 

Quarter-Matter,— l^oukBA Carney, 14 Oct. 61. 

Surgeon,— Thomeit Crawford,** M.D., 9 Feb. 66; *A8tiit,'8urg, 16 Feb 48. 
JMi^.-^urgfeoiM.— Edward Canny Ryall, 22 Sept. 64. | Facinge Blue.— 

John Ray Philip, M.B., 10 Nov. 64. | Agte, Cox & Co. 

Andrew Semple, 10 Not. 64. 

2 Colonel E4wardt lenred with th« 18th Royal Iriih throughoat ttie war In China (Medal), and waa 
PftfMnt at the attack upon Canton, at the toking of Amoy, Ghapoo, woosung, Shanghai and Cldnkiangfbo, 
and at the concluding operations before Nankin ; waa employed on the itaff during the war, and afterwards 
appointed by Lord Oough Assistant Quarter-Masler-Oeneral to the force in China. He serred also with the 
lath in the Burmah war from July 185^ to the conclusion (Medal) ; was at the taking of Prome, and employed 
on a detached command for six months, wUon the provinces of Padoung and Kaiigbein were cleared of the 
enemy, after several skirmishes and severe marches by ibe detachments under bis command. In January 
1853 he led a party on ^peeiai service from Prume to Arracan, for which services the Government of India 
AQd General Ood^vln recorded their approbation. Served at the sieRe of Sebastopol from Dec. 18M (Medal). 
Beceived the Brevet of Lt.-Col. for his services in Burroiih, and tiiat or Coluuf 1 for services iu the Crimea. 

8 Lieut.-ColoneI Clark Kennedy served with the 18th on tl)e China expedition in 184*i (Uedal), and waa 
present at the mvestment of Nankin. Was Assist. Qr. Mas. Oen. to the Force under Major Gen. O'Agvilar 
throughout the corobioed naval and military operations In the Canton River in April 1847, when the Forts of 
the Bocc4 Tigris, the Staked Barrier, aiyl of the City of Canton were taken. Served the whole of the I'un- 
Jaub campaign of 1848-9 (Medal and two Clasps), and was present as Aide-de-Camp to Sir W. Whish at 
the first siege of Mooltan,— storming the Seili intr«;nched position Sept. ISih, raisins th.e siege, operations 
previous to and action of SooriiOitoond Nov. 7th (attached to Brigadier Markbani): second siege of Mooltau,— 
action of Dec. 87th, storm of the ciiy Jan. Snd, surrender of the citadel Jan. 39nd : surrender of the Fort and 
Garrison of Chemote, battle of Qoojerat. Appointed Aide-de-Cauip to lirigadier Gen. Mountain, and was pre- 
sent at the pursuit of the Seiks and the passage of the Jhelum. Was then attached to the Staff of Sir Walter 
Gilbert, and present at the surrender of the Seik army and guns; and the forced march upon Attock, which 
drove the Affshaos across the Indus. Appointed Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier Gen. Sir Colin Campbell, and 
was present at the adviince upon and occupation of Peshawur 81st Uarch 1840. Served at the aiege of 
Sebaatopol from Dec. 1854 (Meda>). and was wounded 18ih June 1865. 

4 Mi^or Call served with the Ibch Royal Irihh throughout the whole of tiie China expedition (Medal). 
Was present at the first capture of Chusan, attack of the Forts of the Bocca Tigris, storming of the height 
and Forts at Canton, and destruction of the Ports and capture of Amoy. Wasemployed on the Suff in China 
in 1841 8 as Sub. Assist. Comm. Gen. Served throuKhout the 3urmefe war pf 1858-8 (Medal) as Brigade 
Major lo the 1st Bensal- Brigade, and for a pari of ihe period as Assist. AdJ.-Gen. of the Pegu Division. Was 
present at the destruction of ilie Stockades Ht the entrance of the Ran^toon River, at the operations before 
and sttbfiequent storming of the Citadel of Rangoon, at the capture of Prome, and repulses of the enemy flrom 
that position. Served at tlie siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 (Medal). 

6 M^or Campbell seryed in the expedition under Sir George D'Agullar up tlie Canton River, In April 
1847, and commanded the attacking pMrties against the North and South Wongtong and several other forts. 
Served also ihrouKhout the Burmuh campaign of 1858-58: commanded the 18th Royal Irish at the aii^ck 
and capture of Martaban : was un flAv-ship RattUr at the attack and destruction of the Rangoon and 
Daliiih stockades; present at the capture of Prome, and repulse of the night-attack (Medal, and promoted 
to Brevet Mi^jur). 

6t Cap ain B rrow served In tlie Cape Mountel Rifles during the Kaffir War of 1846-47 (Medal); also 
against the insurgent Boers. Serred with the 18th Royal Irish in Burmah from tlie aJvance agiun»t Prome 
in Sent. 1858 to the cLo»e of the wai (Medal). 

Milor Ciirmick was present with the 4(jih Regr. in the action of llaharsjpore. 28th Dec. 1848 (Medal). 
Served at the siege of Seba>topol from Dec 1854 (Medal), and was wounded 18th June 1855. 

7 M^ur Ariusirong served with the 18th Royai Ir »h thmuKhont the war in China (Medal), including 
the storming and capture of the heighu and forts abpve Canton (carried the colours), cafiture of Amoy, 
second capture of Chusan, attack on Chinhae, Ningpo, Segoan and Chinkiung'oo. Commanded the guard 
at Ihe West gate of Ningpo on the morning of the lOtb March 1842, when at the bead of 88 men he re. 
pulsed a column of SOOO Cliinese, and captured a stand of the enemy's colours, fur which service I.e was 
thanked in orders by Lord Gougb and mentioned in the despatches. Served in Uurmah from January 
1659 until the end of tlie war (Uedal), and commaoded a detachipent coniikibia of four Companies of the 
18Lh Royal Irish during tbe vhnle of ibe successful itperaiions in the Donabew district, including the 17th 
March 1858, when the 18th Royal liish stormed and carried the first stockade, and aUo the 19th March, 
when tt^ie stronghold of the Burmese chief, Meu^Toon, was stormed, and after considerable loss captund. 
Served in tbe Crimea from SOih pec. U54 to lltli Aug. 6^, and led the atlMk against tlie Latteriea at the 
head of the Dock Yard Creek and was wounded (Meoai and ('la»p). 

8 Capt. Sargent served with the I8th Royal Insh on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at 
WoosonK, Shanghai, Chin Kiang Poo, and Nankin. Was subsequently Aide-de-Camp to Sir John Davis in 
China for three years, and acting Aide-de-Camp to General D'Aguliar during Uie expedition which assaulted 
and took the Poru of the Bocca Tigris in the Canton River : receive^ a severe contusion on tbe bead, 
and was favourably recommended Ify Sir John Davis to Lord Palmer&ton for bis services on this occasion. 
Was appointed Adjutant of Uie 18th at the storming of Rangoon on Lieut, and AdU- Doran being killed, an4 
aerved throughout the Burmese war of 185*28 (Medal). 

9 (plains Lawrle and Inglis served in the Crimea in 1864-55, including the si^e of Sebaatopol, aMUilt 
and capture of the Cemetery on the ISih June (Medal and Cla«p). 

11 Major Hayman served with the 18ih Royal Irish on the China expedition In 1848 (Medal). Aeeompa- 
nied the subsequent expedition under General D'Ajtuilar, which assaulted and took the Forts of the Boec* 
Tigris in the Canton River, those of the Staked Barrier, and of the city of Canton. Served also in the Bur- 
roese war of 1852-S, including the operations before Rangoon and capture of Prome (Medal). Served at th« 
■leee o 1 Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 (M»lal), and was wounded l8th June 1855. 

14 Captain Snrluburn served with the S8nd at tne nrst andserond siege operations before Mooltan, inelad- 
Ing the attack on the enemy's position In front of the advanced trenches 18ih Sept. 1848 (wounded |n the riKht 
hand); also the storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress; waa also present at the aar- 
render of the fort and garrison of Cheniote 0th Feb. IH48. and subsequently at the battle of GooJerat(Me4»l 
and two Clasps). Served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the Burmese war of IS68-6S (Medal); waa at 
the capture of Martaban; on board H. M. S. Rattler during that ship's engagement with and deatroctlon of 
the stockades in front of Rangoon ; present at the operations in front of Rangoon on the llth, ISth, aad 
14th April ; at the subsequent captare of Prome, and miqor s^irBU^het. Serrgd at the flif e of Sebastopol 
from Dec 1854 (Medal). f^or continuation of Notes see 8nd p«fe of |9tb Foot. 



''"^iS^^^Sia^!'^'^] \9th{The\8tYorhshir€NoHhRiding)IUgt.ofF. 90 

"ALMA" "INKERMAN" ** SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel— 9 ^^ William Rowan,* Cfi. Bns. 4 Nov. 03; Lieut. 15 Jan« 04: 

Cnpt, 19 Oct. 08; MqjoTy 3 March U ; Lt.-CoL 21 Jan. 19; CoL 10 Jan. 37; 

Mqj.'Qen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June ^4 ; Uol. 19ili Foot, 15 JMne 64. 
Xi^ii/.-Cote.— Robert Sandfirs,^ CB. Ens. p 26 May 37 ; Lt. 26 Jafi. 41 ; Caj4, 

P3 Feb. 43 ; M(yor, P6 Aujf. 47 ; Lieut.-CoL P 14 April 64. 
John Lewis Richard Rooke,' Ens. p 1 1 Sept. 40; Limt, v^Q Aug. ^\ Oapt.9% 

April 47 ; Major, \% Dec. 64 ; Lieut.-Col. 16 Sept 55. 
itfiyor*.— Robert Warden/ Em. p12 Oct. 41 ; Lieut. p4 April 46; Copt, t6 

Aug. 47 ; Breo.-Mqj. 12 Dec. 54 ; Mqj. 31 Aug. 55 ; Brev. Lt -Col. 2 Not. 66. 
Robert Oncsiphorus Bright/ Ens. p 9 June 43 ; Lieut, p 2 April 47 ; Capt. P2d 

Jan. 62 ; Megor, 15 Sept. 55. 



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Captains. 

GodfreyWm.HughMassy* 
George Bingham Jenings^ 
Edward Cliipplndail^ .. 
Huprh Francis Massy^. . . . 

E. C.Wiirord.[{..e.20 f\me »4.} 

George LidwiU»» 

L. Douglas Hay Currie'^ 
Richard Doyle Barrett" 

George Clay** 

Wm. L. Fred. Sheaffe>».. 
Henry Turner Uniacke" 
Charles Henry Lambert 
Edw.RobertWardBaylej ^ 
George Alex.Warburton*' 
W. Montford Westropp 
Ponald Farrington . . . • 

Lieutenants. 
A. Marshall Cardew^ .. 

Henry Mitford" 

Ames Goren*^ 

Jf»hn Henry Kii-ke»« .... 
Alexander Praser Unett 

Godfrey Baldwin 

Edwani William Evans*> 
George Stewart .Nutting^ 
Thomas Thoropsoti^^M^/* 
S. H. Molesworih Eaton 
W. Godfrey Dun. Ma.^8y« 
Henry J dim Browne** .. 
Richard Moiesworth^^ . . 
James Robert Paiton . . 
Kdward St. John Griffiths 
Edw. Nasau Kindersley 

Francis Davis 

George Forbe5** 

Georore Fred. Webster . . 
Robert Conully IMartin** 
Pred.Tho.Ongley Hopson 
Wi.lter William Youn^" 
Ciias. Vincent HiffernMn 

Ensigns. 
William Heni7 Moffatt 
Digby Coates Peddor . . 

Edward Hsles '.. 

Alexander Brooke Morgan 
Walter Lacy Rogei^s • • • • 

Henry Thompson 

James Knox 

Francis Edward Biddulph 
Couyogme. Jours Backas 
George Douglas Harris . . 

Craamer Kenrick 

Thomas Dennis Rew .... 
William Robert lies ... . 



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p 24 Oct. 45 
P 21 July 43 
P 10 Pec. 47 
P 7 Aug. 47 
2 Sept. 14 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 

14 April 46 
P 18 Sept. 49 

6 Dec. 44 
P21 Dec. 49 
P 18 Oct. 48 
P13 Feb. 52 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 4 June 47 
P 17 Dec. 47 

1 July 68 
P23 Dec. 63 
Pll Mar. 63 
P17 Feb. 54 
P 14 April 64 

6 June 54 

7 June 64 
P 13 Pec. 63 

11 Aug. 54 

19 Feb. 47 
27 Oct. 64 

22 Nov. 64 

23 i>f(»v. 64 

24 Nov. 64 
27 Oct. 64 

15 Dec. 54 

5 Jan. 65 
P 12 Jan. 65 

17 June 51 

26Jun. 66 

P 15 Aug. 48 

20 Feb. 66 
13 Feb. 65 

16 Mar. 66 
P 29 Mar. 55 

30 Mar 65 

6 April 65 
4 May 60 

11 May 65 
30 April 66 

15 May 65 
3 Aug. 66 

17 Aug. 66 
81 Aug. 66 
26 Oct. 56 

16 NoY. 66 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BKSV.-lfA/Oft 



2 Not. 69 
e Nor. 46 



P 2 Feb. 49 
P 4 April 46 
P 9 Jan. 4U 

9 July 60 

14 Mar. 23 
P 6 Dec. 60 
P 23 Jan. 52 

9 April 48 
P31 Dec. 62 

4a«. 47 

1 July 53 
P 28 Jan. 63 
P 17 Feb. 54 
P 9 July 62 

2 Jan. 52 
P 28 Aug. 49 

23 Sept. 64 

23 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 54 

P 10 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 
12 Jan. 55 

14 Aug. 49 

9 Feb. 55 
17 Feb. 65 

9 Mar. 56 

9 Mar. 66 

9 Mar. 55 

9 Mar. 66 
11 Muy 55 
lOJvly 6q 

30 Aug. 55 
81 Aug. 56 

15 Mar. .6:) 
14 Sept. 66 

16 Sept. 66 

tho Ut arrondissenient of that ciljr. 
to Brevet- Major Tor the butile of Orthes, «n«\ 
Brev. Lieut.Col. for services in the Aeld. He 
hat received the Wor Meila] with his Ciuspf. 

3 Ueut.-Colou^I Sanders con^mMnded ilie 10th 
Rfst. In the 6<sif>rn cainpaiipn of 18^4, ^nd vaf 
severly wou>>dfd at the t>^tle of the Ainii| 
(>|edal and Clasps). 

t Lieut. -Culonel Rooke served the Batlera 
rampaicn of 1854-69, including the battles of 
At ma and Inkermao. fad lUttS of Seba^topol 
(^edalandCUsj^s}. 



P2l May 52 

1 July 53 
P 28 Dec. 63 
P 3 Feb. 64 

19 Apr. 31 
6 Nov. 54 
29 Pec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 

2 April 65 
31 Aug. 66 

P 14 Sept. 55 

14 Sept. 65 

16 Sept. 66 

P 9 Oct. 65 

P 26 Oct. 66 



I Lt-Oenrral Rovan •errtd 
with the ftind Reft, in Sicily in 
1806-7; on the eapedition to 
-Sweden in 1808; in I'ortugal and 
:^pa>n under Rlr John VIoorv 
rruin August 1808 to the embark* 
iitioM of the Anuy at Corunna, 
at ibe bombirdmeniaiidc>ipiura 
Hi Pluwhina In ImOW; in Portugal 
in 1811, tncluiiinn tlie action at 
SabiiKal) in the Peninsula and 
!*ouih of t^rifnce, from Jao. 
1815 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the battles of Vittoria 
»0d the Pyrenees ; attack o( the 
entrenched '-Minp at Vera during 
thepauaveof the Bidussoa Rirer; 
>ttiuck of ihefuriifled pQnitions of 
La Rhune and Sarre durinic the 
piis^iuge of tlie fiver Nivelle; bat- 
tle on parsing the river Nive^Hnd 
(iltHck by liie French of the 
lieiKlits of ^rcangiiei ; battle^ of 
Orthes upd Toujoute, and inter- 
mediate afl'alrs. Served al^o thf 
campvign of 1815, and wu# pro- 
ftent at the battle of Waterloo 
and capture of Paris, when hq 
was appointed Coinmandant of 
ssenient of tliat city, pronaoiad 



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Payma*fer.— Thomas Palmer « 7 Dec. 65; Qr.^Mtuter 21 AprU 64. 

AiJIjutant.-^Thouxu Thompson, 21 Sept. 66. 

Quarter-Moiter.^ 

^urp«on.— Thomas Longmore,» 3 Mareh, 64 j Amst.-Surg, 3 Feb. 43. 

Amstant'Surgeoru.-^WWWam Marshall Webb » 28 March 64. 

Exham Long HiffernaD,i<> 16 June 64. 

Samuel Joseph Bayfield,^ 6 May 64. 

Facings QreerL-^Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

uid I'.IJlil?®^'?* ^Vl*? **^*^ *** '^••™ campalfii of 1854-45. Ineladinc lh« »»t«l« of AlniA (.ererely wounded) 
2^1*^^^.!.^! ? S«bMiopol (weunded), .nd »aeeeedrd to the command of the 19th Regu, at the ttonniBr of the 

5 M r ^ .^ *'*'• <"*«"^y wounded): (Medal and Clatp.). 
and rto«!Ii«- 5 .k'^o*? "*• *^**™ «M»P"gn of 1854.55. ineludinir the battles of Alma and Inkerman. alege of Sebaitopol. 
and storminr of. the Redan on the 8th September (Medal and Clasps) . 

•fi.^ fa°b^^'(.^^^'7,'S.^^ """™ ««»P*"" «' "54.55. including the battle, of AUnaand InkcnnaB. and 

a Sr/JIli^rif *?"! ■.!"'^ *?* Eastern campalra of 1854 (Medal and Clasp). 
«eseJ?lt^ «.,"ii -T'l''!^*'" '*"** "^ «*"'"« *• »•«•' P^ of ">* •««•• operations belbre MoolUn, and was 
OoBirilri vli!r^^o, ^' f <*^»« « •*•" *« «»• surrender of the Port and Oairison of Chcniote, and at the Uttle of 
AhST^d inlfiJ^ . ^^'l* ,*'"'<» *»>• «««•« CMnpafgn of 1854^55. with the l»th Regt.. meludlng the battles of 

rj^iHJTS:A**''°'??''?P2*' "'*■"'"»*"« «»'»»'• RedwiSthSepU (Medal and ClMp.). 

10 cJi;^n LMlfiT'/.'*7*SK*" "" "••••™ campaign (Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol). 
baiil#rJ?Si'. . J ; V*"*" T*"*"***". •"«» Asslst.-8urg. Hiffeman. serred the Bsstem campaign of 1854.55, Ineluding the 

I iL« tSi J'??™'!^* !?•* •*•»• "' Sebastopol ( Medal and Claris). 
AliU ( M*S Md^ii)?** " **"*'' *" **** *"*•"* ""»«*«» ®f **"• ■"<» *«''• sererely wounded at the battle of 

rii^^f'SSitoJ^r-'ill'S^' SZS) *"• "^'"^ '•"^"" "' '•"' *"'*"'""' *^* ^"'" *^' ^""^ "^ '"^•™*^ '"* 

4^»ron'r:3;;;:for.lt^^^^^ 

sto^^nJ^o^thn^iLrtTe j!k%!^^ISer£^^^^^^ *"^"'**"' *- ^' ^' ^»--"*''« ^ S-««pol.«- 

ani^^X^V£:TcS;^^^;JiSS^rM°'2r^^^^ *"*"*"' .be battle of Alma. lege Of Sebutopol (wnnded). 

il^l'^TJSL^iTL^iMS.Tjt'^l,^^^ " '"^ -*•»••- " ^"»"' »' *• '«» Regt. at the storming of 
(Midtl Mdol^'IlJ ""*'* **"* *"*•" eampaign of 1854. including the battle of Inkerman. and siege of Sebastopol 
C^'s;t^Tyr„SS)V??e1ijr^^^^^ '''^'^' (wo«nded).«ui at the storming of the R«lan on the 8th 

19 Lieut. Kirke senred in 1856 at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 
8th^SepMMed"\rd"c^p\*^ '* "*' •"" **' Sebastopol (sererely wounded), and at the rtonning of the Redan on the 

19?h KiS!;fS?a'lSi!lte ^ll"J^ *»t the «ege of Sebastopol. and commanded the Gienadier. of the 

hi. lea I w;h.7ha?SSni Se W^ *'*'' ''^^ * '^ dangerouJy wounded by a baU which passed thiough 

th?R^ oB^the 8tf: bUiT^mSS Md cf..^^™* """'^ •* ***• ^'"•' ^' "^ ^ "•«• *' Sebaaiopol. uid at the as«ult on 
8e?t.^Sir^*ii3^]fMSi M^^^ «''»»• •««• «»' SebaUopol. and at the .tonnin« of the Sedan on the StI. 

M ^^^^r^Za^^SI^i^''*^^ '*,**»• "■■»** «« »»»• »«Un OB the 8th Sept. 18M (Medal and Claep). 

iW .l«»l.8l»(«» lUj«d4 Mcnd .t th. dec u4 tolTof'grtSl^l (mSS mkI Clwp). 



Coii«ntt<»«on ^ JVofM <# 18tt Foot, pay* 89. 

JliS Jiyl-..^ "'^I?',,': ?• Jf* 5?J»i 'i^ •'"' *"• expedition und.r 0«..r.1 D'AgnlUr i. AprtI IM7. 

on the r2t"^^d llih^nrii ilSl ^'1 '•ii"' '?K^ ^" "•« '^•^"»*» '^^^ J *" ^*»« opcratioi io front of KanRoon 

P^il^o^lA^^^^ and Taylor. Ued In the Burma*, cam- 

Taylor weffwSndeS^lh J^nl. "* *' "** '^'«* ^' SohMtopol (Medal). Lienta. PocUiDgton and 

.tcam^JiiSte P^'dl^rt'^^^^^^ *^« Bnrmewwarof 18»«.M; w«i on board the EJ.C. 

SlTer;2ReddIriS?h]^S^^^ •"** dettructJon of the anemy'i itoekadei In the Rangoon 

S^^ia^ (Vid!^^^LT^^^ *° **»• ^»«»»**y' •»'» •* "»« "tonn and capture 

19th Ma^cMedal). ™*"* "*' '^^ ^"" ****"" Redoubt; alao at the itonn and capture of Ba^n) 

Rlni! ^er"Ke2?7,Ii!;ilS!'Vil? \®*** x'^"^*^' Ll«t.. Blake. Wilton. Wolieley, Blacker. Ooote, Wllfbrd, 
fw^Sided 18th jS).^"^^ CunnChi/SSll' (wounded 18th June). wW Frederick/ HothiS 
(Medal), ^' *"*®""°' Cunningham, Cottee. Adamion, and Bell lerred at the elege of Sebaatoppl 



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Depot, Parkhorst! ] ^Oth (The East Detooshtre) Regt. of Foot 92 

••mNDEN« "EGMONT-OP-ZBE" The SpAinx, with the word. "EOYPT" "MAIDA" "VIMIERA" 
"CORUNNA" "YITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "0RTHE8" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA'* 
"ALMA" "INKERMAN*' "SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL--^ Henry Thomaa,* CB. Bns. 1 April 98; Lt, 29 Dec. 98; Copt, 10 
Sept. 06; ilfffj. 26 Aug. 13; U.^Col. 21Jan. 19; CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; Major- 
Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Qen, 20 June 54 ; CoL 20th Foot, 26 July 64. 



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41 ; Mqfor.f^ SO Dec 53 ; Brevet Lt.-Col 12 Dec. 54; Lt.^Col. 10 May 55. 
Jfir^ar*.— Scrope Reynett Berdmore,^ Sns. p 25 Jan. 25 ; Lieut. 11 Oct. 27; 

Capt. 15 April 42 ; Brev.-Maj. 20 June 54 ; Mqj, 29 Dec. 54. 
George Steevens* Ens. p 3 Aug. 38 ; Lieut, p 17 Apr. 40 ; Capt. 14 Apr. 46 : 

Mt^or, 16 Oct. 55 ; Brevet -Lieut. -Col. 2 Not. 56. 



Captains, 
Wm. Pollexfen Radcliffe^ 
Charles Ricliard Butler,"«. 
FredericlE Nassau Dore^. . 
James George Hay*® ... . 

George Benuetl*'* 

William Heury McNeill" 

Charles Lutyens 

Charles Edw. Parkin son '^ 
Wm. D. Scrase Dickins^. 
Aujj- Riversdale Warren* 
Geo. Shuldham Pcard," #. 
Philip George Hewett" 
Thomas Casey Lyons .. 
Barrington G. Dashwood 

Francis Padfield" 

W. L. Devenish Meares^ 

LlJSUTBNANTS. 

George Dowglasse'^ .... 
Hect. Barlow Vaoghan^^t 
John James S. O'Neill^ . 
Wm. Vivash Maskelync^ 
WellinKton MitcheU .... 

John Liiile** 

William Cave» 

George Edward Francis. . 
Patrick Geraghty/' Adj. 
JohnT. VaugbanKirkby« 
Harry Wurmald Mason 
William Younu« .... 
Edward Aug. Patrfckson^ 
Francis George Holmes^ 
Fred. Lockwood Edridge^ 
Chas. Gustavas Rochfurt 
Thomas Shore Macdonogh 

John Garden 

W. Fraser Forbes Gordon 
WUliam David Nunn» .. 
Hon. Adolp.E.P.Vereker" 
George Blalr Duffin .... 

George Getbin 

Ensigns. 
John Edward Barrow** . . 
John Hen.HerbertSt John 

Conroy Fahie 

Owen Tudor Burno .... 
Douglas Wjmberley .... 
Henry Smith Watkins . . 

Joseph Cooke Cox 

Charles Verey 

Stephen Egan 

Robert Bluunt 

Fred. Augnstus Ramsay 

Thomas K. Hoblyn 

Charles Kyrle Chatfield 



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P 12 Mar. 41 
10 Jan. 42 

26 Oct. 41 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 20 Dec. 46 
P 1 Oct. 47 
P 4 Feb. 48 

29 June 49 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P12Mar. 52 
P 6 Feb. 48 
P 10 July 62 
P31 Aug. 45 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 7 Apr. 48 

29 Nov. 50 

Pll Mar. 63 
P30 Dec. 53 

6 June 54 
P 7 June 64 
11 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 22 April 63 

6 Nov. 64 

15 Dec. 64 
P 11 Jan. 65 
P 12 Jan. 66 

26 Jan. 65 

16 Feb. 66 
P 19 Feb. 65 

9 Mar. 66 
P 28 Mar. 56 
P 30 Apr. 65 

1 May 56 
20 Feb. 66 

2 Mar. 66 
4 May 55 

15 June 55 

16 Mar. 55 

30 Mar. 56 
P 29 Apr. 55 

15 May 56 
24 May 56 

P 10 Aug. 56 

31 Aug. 56 
P 25 Sept. 55 

9 Oct. 65 
P 15 Oct. 55 

16 Oct. 55 
P 26 Oct. 55 



LIBUT. 



P 2 Aug. 42 

P2l Mar. 46 

14 Jan. 44 

P 1 Sept. 48 

8 Mar. 62 
P 30 Dec. 53 
P20Jan. 54 

6 June 54 
P 7 June 54 
P 16 June 54 
P24Mar.54 

11 Aug. 54 
p 2 Nov. 40 
P 20 Oct. 54 

6 June 54 
Pll Oct. 63 

6 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

12 Jan. 55 
12 Jan. 66 

P 8 June 52 

9 Feb. 55 
17 Feb. 56 

Mar. 56 

9 Mar. 66 

26 Mar. 56 

11 May 56 

16 June 66 

10 Aug. 56 

PIO Aug.56 

PIO Aug. 66 

P 17 Aui,'. 66 

P 7 Sept. 56 

21 Sept. 66 

16 Oct. 55 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



12 Dec. 54 
24 Apr. 56 

2 Nov. 56 



P 25 July 61 

6 June 54 

P 13 Sept. 63 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 55 
P 13 Feb. 65 
P 20 Feb. 65 
P 1 May 65 

11 May 65 
P 27 July 66 
P27 July 66 
PIO Aug. 65 

21 Sept. 55 

16 Oct. 56 

1 M^JorOraen 
puiiad Sir Junes Cralff*i espcdlUoa 
to Halta and Naptei ia 1805. and 
•erred in Sir James Kempt** Lifht 
Battalion. Proceeded thence with 
the armj which tooii poMCMton of 
Aicilj I Mnrcd there tour years, and 
was present at the capture of the 
Islands of isehia and Proelda. He 
Joined the >rd BatUUon of his 
Regiment (tiie S7th) at Bscallio in 
the north of Pertural in April 
previous to the campaign of 18 IS, 
and haring Command of the Light 
Company, be was aotively employed 
previous to and at the battle of 
Vlttorla, investment of Pampeluna, 
batdi^ of the Pyrenees at the Pass 
of Roncesvalles. heighu of Linsoaln, 
heights above Pampeluna, storming 
of the French position on the Mth 
July, and pursuit of the enemy unUl 
the 6th Aug. 1813 i passage of Uie 
Bidassoo, belgbu above Vera. In 
command of the Light Companies of 
Uie right Brirade 4Ui Division, he 
eommraced the battle of the Nivrlle 
by an attaeli upon thi French ad- 
vanced redoubt I In storming their 
main position his horse was lei I led 



P 16 Oct. 66 

P 1A n^f RR '*°^''^ '''™l "^ ^ following them 
*" UCU 00 J „p a„T, uiem out of Uie vUlagc of 
St. P«e. He was also employed In the aflhlrs at Uarre^s 
House and near Bayonne on the 10th and 19th Dec., and 
when the army was put in motion to repel the enemy's 
enc r oac h ment upon our winter poeltJon i also actively 
employed upbn the heights of Bidaehe. Commanded the 
above-mentioned Light Ccmpenies at the battle of 
Orthes, batUe of Toulouse— the previous day to which 
he took possession of the bridge over the river Brs, 
and the village orCroixd*Orade.vhieh had been captured 
by a charge of the 18th Hussars. Next morning bo 
moved off his post and covered the advance of the 
divisions upon Mtmt Blanc, and subsequently covered 
the flank movement of the columns to turn the right 
of the enemy, and also the advance of the division till 
it erowned the heights (horse killed onder him) ; h« 
then drove in the enemy's skirmishers, and took np a 
line to eover the columns till night After the tciml- 
nation of the Peninsular War he embarked at Bordeaux 
with the 1st Battalion S7th Regt for Canada i was pre- 



2 Nov. 55 

» Champlaln, and covered the retreat flrom Plattaburg to Montreal. He was aflerwatds pre- 
mk «K Ike capcanof Paris, and served In France with the Army of Oeeupatlon. He has reeeived the Qold Medal and two 
Clasyo for NlveUe* Orthct, and Tonlonse i and the SUver War Medal with three Clasps for Vltloria. Pyrenets ••* iq^. 



93 20M ( The East Devonfkire) Begt <ff Foot. 



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Paymaster. — Godfrey Goodman Mpsley^iMl Oct. 58; JI7n#.Pl May 46; Lieut, 
Acyutant.—Lieui, Patrick Geragbty/^ 16 dfov. 56. [P J I May ^9. 

Qmrter-Maiter.—Jamet Ayleit,** 9 Feb. 66. 

Surgeon.-^Edwnd Howard,*^ 24 Feb. 64; Assiet.-Surg, 29 April 42. 
AssUtant'Surgeons.-^ThomM Wright » 21 April 64. 

BowlaDd WiiDburn Carter,>i' 28 July 64. 

Richard Wolaeley,*' 28 July 54. 

Facing*, YeUow* — Agente, Mesars. Cox and Co. 

5 Colonel Horn serredl the Butera eaniMtlgn of I864«M; commaQded the right Brigade 4th Divicioa at 
the battle of Alma; and the 90ib Reiipncnt a* the bittlee of Balaklava (and re-capture of the redoubts and 
gunt from the RusKiann, who had driven the TurkUh force therefrom the Mme mominx) and Inkerqian 
(twice wouQiied Mnd hone khot under biro); present throughout the siese operations against ;<lebasiopQ], 
and in the trenches at the two asHaults nnd fail of tlie town (Ifedal and Clasps) : at luiiernian he suc- 
ceeded to the command of the 4ih Uivlston. 

8 Lc-Col. Evelegh served the Postern campaign of 1894-65 with the 80th Begt., ineluding the baJtlet of 
Alma, Baiaklava, and Initerroan (brought the Rext. out of action), siege and fail of Sebustqpol (Medal ao4 
Clasps); commanded the Regt. at the capture of Kinbourn. 

4 M^|or Berdmore served in the Eastern campaign of 1864 with the 90th Regt., including the battle of 
Alma, siege of Sebastopol and affair of the I8th June (^founded) (Medal and CUips); also present at the 
capture of Kinbopm. 

6 Captains Dlckins and Warreo, served at the siege of Sebastopo) (Medal); also present at the capture 
of Kmboum. 

6 Lt.-CoIonel Steevene served the Ea»teni carop«ign of 1864 with the SOth Regt, including the baitlee 
of Alma, Balalilava, and Inlierman, siege and fall of Spbastopol, and affair of the ]8th Jujie (lledal and 
Clasps); also present at the capture of Kinbourn. 

7 M^Jor Radcliffe served the Eastern campaign of 1864-65 with the 80th Regt, including the battles pf 
Alma (as Aide-de-Camp to acting Brigadier General Horn), Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebas- 
topol, and affair of the I8th June (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Mujor Butler served the Eastern campaign of 1851-65. including the batHee of Alma, Balaklava, anil 
Inkerman (severeiv wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 88rd March, apd aSUr of 18ih June 
(Medal and Clasps). 

9 Capt. Dore served with the Quffs in the battle of Pannier (Medal). Served with the SOth Begt. at the 
siege of Sebastopol (wounded) (Medal) ; also present at the capture of Kinbourn. 

10 Major Hay an'i Captam ParitiQSoti served the Eastern caiuuaign of 1864, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava. and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and afikir of 18th June (Medal and Clasps); also 
prevent at the capture of Kinbourn. 

11 Captain M'Neiil served the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, inclttdlog the battlce of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, and siege of S«*bastopol (Medal and CUhps). 

18 CapUin Bennett served tiie E<«Htern cfmpHign of 1354 with the 80th Rest., including the baitica of 
Alma. BHl«klav4, and Inkerman (sev«»reljr wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Capt. Peard served the Eastern campai;in of ls64 with the 80ih Regt, including the battles of 
Alma. Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Captain Padfleld served tne Eu«tern campaign of 1854-55 a# AdJutHnl of the 1:0th Regt, including the 
bailies of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (woupded. and horse shot under him), and siege operations 
against 8«'ba*topoI (severely wounded) (Medal and Clasps). 

16 Lieut. Duwglas»e served in the Eastern campaign of 1864 with the SOth Regt, including the hattlfa 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebiistopni (Medal and Clasps). 

16t Lieut. Vnuslian nerved the Eastern campaign of 1854:55, including ilie battles of Alma and Inker- 
man, siege and f .ll of Sebastopol, and affair of the 18th June (Medal and Clasps;; also present at the 
capture of Kii. bourn. 

17 Lieut Oeraghij and Assist.-Surgeon Wolseley served the Eastern campaign of li^64-66, ineluding 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (wonpded), siege of Sebastopol, and adair of tiie 18th June 
(M«dal and Clasps). Assist.-Surge^m Woiselej was also at the assault on the 8th dept 

18 Paymaster Mosiey served the Eastern campaign of 1864 with the SOth Regt., including the hattlea 
of Alma and Ini^erman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claepe). 

18 AssUt-^Jurgfon Cartar served In ^he B«sierii campaieo of 1854 with the SOth Regt Including the 
battle of Alma and eiege iff Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

30 latent. Cave was engaxea at the storm and capture of the stockades of Sahajee, Western Africa 
1st June 1868. Served with tiie 80ih Begt at the sieve of Sebastopol (M^dal). 

81 Captain Hewett served at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal), including the a^r of tha 18th ^uoe ; also 
present at the capiure of Kinbourn. 

83 l^s. O'Neill and Holmes »erved at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal), including the affair of the iSth 
Jnne (wo»nd*'d) . al:»o p>e»ent at the capture or Kloboum. 

88 Captaiii Heares, Lts. Little, Kirkby, PatilckiQi). liUi ridge. Nun n, and Barrow served mi |he liege of 
8el>aoto|)oi (Medal) ; also present at the capture uf Kinbourn. 

84 Qr.-Ma4er Aylct served the Eastern campaign of 1854 65, including tl|^ battles of Alqia and 
Iplcermifn, siege of S^'baftopof, and affair on the 18th June (Medal and Clai>p»). ' 

i(5 Surueon Howard and Assist.-Surg. Wrieht served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66. Indpdlnr tha 
bailies of Alma and ^nkeri^n, and siege qf jS^astopp) (^edal apd Clasps). SurgeDo MQvacd ira« alto at 
the a^auU op the 8ih S< pt. 

88 Li«'Ut. Vouns serviMl a^ thp sl«we pf 8eba»topol (Medal and Clasp). 

87 Uauto. Ma*h«lyM and Mm. A. Vgf$Ut W0re at the capturp of lUabourn. 



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. The' Thuha wUhln tbe 01rol« of 6t. Andreir, '* Nemo mt impune lac^itU,** Th« Kioir't CyptoM 

and Crown " BLADENSBURG" " ALMA »' " INKKBMAN " " SEVASTOPOL." 

Cokmel^JfWi Sir De Lacy Evans,* GCB. £ns. 1 Feb. 07; Lt. 1 Dec. 06; 

Cap^. 12 Jan. 15 ; Maj, II May 15; Lt.-CoL 18 June 15; Co/. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mqf.'Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; LL-Gen. 20 Jane 64. ; Col. 2l9t Fusiliers, 29 Aug. 58. 
Lteut.'CoUmels.-^John Ramsay Stuart,' 2nd Lieut, p 20 Jan. 32 ; Lieut, 

Aug. 36 ; Capt, n 10 Jan. 40 ; Afflyor, p9 Feb. 49 ; Lt.-Col. 16 Nov. 54. 
C. R. Sackville, Lord West,* CB. ^tu.pSO Aug. 33; Lt, p6 June 36; Capt. P;5 

Apr. 42; Br.-Mqj. 3 Apr. 46; Br. Lt.-Col. 2 Aug. 50; Jf^'. P 23 Apr. 58; 

Lt.'Col. 9 March 56 ; Col. 17 July 56. 
Mqjors.—John Thomas Dalyell, 2nd Lieut. 14 May 47 ; Lieut, p 21 June 50; 

Capt. P 23 Apr. 52 ; Br ev.- Major, 12 Dec. 64 ; Majw, 3 Aug. 56. 
Hon. William Stuart Knox, Bns. p 12 Jan. 44 ; Limt. p 29 Dec. 46 ; Capt. P 17 

Aug. 52 ; Afa/or, p 16 Nov. 55. 



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Captains. 
George Neeld Boldero^ . . 
Fran. £. Newport Tinley 

Humphrey Gray^ 

Wm. Pole Collingwood . . 
Saml. Wm. Hen. Hawker 
Edwin A. Tucker Steward 

John Aldridge 

Crofton Peddie .••...•. 
Fred. R. Eyre Buroside ^^ 
Alfred Templeman .... 
John Charles Sheffield . . 

Henry King*^ 

WilUajD Henry Carleton 
John Hart Dunne^* .... 

Roger Killeen 

John George Image ... * 

LXBUTBNANTS. 

Shadwell Henry Gierke" 
Richard Stephen^^ ... * 
Yaughan Hanning Lee . . 

William Cairnes 

J. G. M*Donald Tulloch 

Thomas Bruce 

S Graham BowerSt.C1air,« 
Thomas Burr hell HoUway 
Thomas Coakley 
Rich.Wm. Cbas.Win6loe 

Alfred Holt 

Robt. Beatty Henderson 

Thomas Vousden 

I^aac Tristram Coffin . . 
Sackville Geo. Lane Fov 
Thomas Hennis Green .. 
Arthur Grey Hazlerigg. . 
Thomas Bruce Hutton . . 

John Bennett 

Edmund P. Chicheater. 

John Shaw 

William Pollock 

Septimus Sher»on Connell 
Thomas Henry Sherwood 
Henry de Montfort 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



8 Oct. 47 

P 28 Aug. 40 

26 Mar. 36 

P23 Mar. 47 

19J.an. 44 

15 Mar. 50 

P 12 April 50 

P17 Oct. 51 

P27 June 45 

P26 Mar. 52 

P 14 May 52 

P 12 June 62 

Pll June 52 

P21 Sept. 62 

20 Feb. 62 

23 Nov. 62 

3 Dec. 52 
P22 April 63 
P2d Apr. 64 

6 June 54 

26 Dfc. 51 

P 14 July 54 

p 28 July 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 64 
P 11 June 53 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P 20 Feb. 64 

oNov 
22 Dec. 

29 Dec. 
P 11 Jan, 
P 16 Jan. 
P 19 Jan. 

13 Feb. 56 
20 Feb. 55 
26 May 56 

30 July 52 
24 May 65 
16 June 66 



3 Apr. 49 
P 25 Sept. 41 

1 July 38 
P16 Nov. 50 



CAPTAIN. 



» 7 May 62 

6 June 54 

• 15 Feb. 50 

P 28 July 54 



21 Apr. 46 1 »• 14 Apr. 48 
P 2 Apr. 52, 16 Nov. 64 
P 23 Apr. 52 ' 

23 Nov. 621 

19 Nov. 47 ' 



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12 Dec. 54 



.54 
54 
64 
65 
55 
56 



2 Aug. 65 
Robert Grossman | 11 May 66 



Ensions. 
Peter Herbert Delamere I 2 Mar. 65 

Francis Nevil Reade p 29 Mar. 65 

William Henry Ker p 30 Mar. 55 

Robert Cook p 4 Apr. 55 

George William Furlong* 5 Apr. 55 
Edward Thot. Bainbridge 6 Apr. 55 
FranciH Wm. Hamilton 20 July 55 
Cha. James Forbes Smith 27 July 55 
James Henry Patrickson 3 Aug. 55 
Edward Wood Pearman p 10 Aug. 55 
Philip Wride Matthews. . p 14 Sept. 55 
Robert Bruce Gaakell .. 16 Nov. 55 
Charles Clitherow Gore . • 30 Nov. 55 
Joseph Henry Cowan. . . . p 7 Dec. 55 



P 4 Mar. 53 
Pl8Mar. 53 
P 13 Jan. 54 
P 22 April 53 
P 27 Jan. 54 
6 June 54 
P28 July 64 

6 Nov. 54 

15 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 64 
12 Jan. 56 
12 Jan. 55 
12 Jjin. 65 
12 Jan. 55 

12 Jan. 55 
i> 6 Oct. 54 

9 Feb. 66 

13 Feb. 55 
20 Feb. 66 
23 Mar. 66 
13 Apr. 55 

1 May 55 

11 May 55 

27 July 55 

3 Aug. 55 

8 Aug. 56 

P 10 Aug. 56 

17 Aug. 55 

p31 Aug. 66 

P 9 Oct. 66 

p 9 Oct. 55 

p 30 Nov. 55 



29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
12 Jan. 

2 Feb. 
P 2 Feb. 
P 9 Mar. 55 

11 May 55 
27 July 55 

3 Aug. 55 
P 31 Aug. 55 



1 Sir De Lacy Evans served 
In Indift, in 1807, 0, 9. and 10. 
Portugal, Spain, and France* 
in 1812, 18, Hnd U. America, 
part of 1814-16. lieUiuni and 
France in 1815, 16, 17, and 18. 
In Spnin In I8S.'>. S6, and 87. 
rre(>ont during the operoiioni 
a^tttiiKt Ameer Kli^n and the 
I'nidarrics, capture of tlie Mau- 
ritius pan ol ihe retreat from 
liurgo^ action on Uie Honuaxa 
(wounded), buttle of Viitoria, 
invefttment of Pampeinut., bat- 
tle uf the Pyrenees, investment 
of Buy on rie ( horee shot i,8ciioni 
of Vic Bigorte and Tarbes, 
battle of Touiouie (horse i>hot), 
buttle of fiiadvni>bur{t (tiro 
horsen shot), rapture of Waih- 
iugton, attack on Baltimore, 
opcratiotiB bfforc Nfv Orleans 
(boardji'gaid capture of Ame- 
rican Flotilla,)- action 96th 
Dec. wounded severely— unsuc- 
cessful atisauli, Jan. (wounded 
severely), battleof Quuire Bras, 
retreat of 17th of June, Water- 
loo (Imrre shot and one sabred), 
investment and capitulation of Paris. Con- 
tinued on Staff t>f Allied Army ot Occui>utton 
in France. Accepted umier an allied Power 
(1885) command of an auxiliary BriiUh and 
Spanihh corps of army by sunctton and de>ire 
of the Englibh Government, and by order of the 
King in council. Acted, while so ^m|lloyed, 
in c injuiirtion with the British forces (under 
Lord J. Hay), ai.d throu{(h mediation ot Hrl- 
tlkh authorities: — raisinir inresimenta of San 
Sfbastlan and Bilboa, action uf Arlaban, cap- 
ture of port and castle of Pacsa^es. Defeated 
the enemy In general actions on the fiih of 
May, 6th of June. 1st of Oct. (wounded) 1880; 
also lOih and 18th of March 1837. Attacked 
near Hcrnani, 10th March, by tbe iUU ot the 



95 21*/ Regt. of Foot {Royal North British FunUers). 



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Paymof^tfT.— BnieBt Aag.Uawkeryl90ct.d8;£n#.dOS6pt. 30; X^.Pd July36. 

A 4jutant. — Lieut. 

Quarter-Master. — J. Grahame, 17 Aug. 55. 

Surgeon. — David Reid Mackinnon, 28 Mar. 54 ; Asnet.-Surg. 12 Dec. 43. 

AsHstant-Surgeons. — Arthur Jackson Greer, 23 July 52. 

John Henry West, MD. 24 March 54. 

James Castor Smithy 1 Sept. 54. 

Faeinge Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

Carlist army, 18,000 itrong (about double the allied force), and obliged to retreat about one mile, but 
with a leM losi in killed and wounded (600) than that of the enemy. Resumed the offsnalre the follow- 
ing month -capture of Hernani by escalade. 14th May— of Oyarznn, 16ih May- of Yrun, by itorra, 
17th May -of Fontarabia by capitulation, 18th May. Tbeee, and other minor aft'alrt, were for the moat 
part, severely contested, and cost (including those of the enemy) shove ten tliousand killed and 
wounded. Excepting occasionally two or three stragglers, generally without arms, the Legion never 
lost (under his command) prisoners, artillery, or equipage, thouvh utterly conirary siaiementb repeatedly 
appeared at the time— while he took from the enemy lOOoflBeers, 1000 men, thirty pieces of cannon, several 
entrenched positions, fortified towns and posts, with an estensivi* and most important strategical tract of 
the insurgent territory, inclading their main line of retreat, communication and supply. Thenceforth 
" The frontier was effectually closed asralnst the entrance of resources to the Carlists, except by the small 
mountain passe*, which are only accessible to foot passengers, or mules lightly laden"— (British Commls- 
iioners* Despatch, Parliamentary Paper)— and thus did this auxiliary vorps decisively contribute to the 
successful termination of the war. Ho holds the rank of Lieut.-Ckfneral in the national army of Spain, bj 
licence of a British royal warrant ; also, honoured by her Majesty for these services with the Croas of 
Commander of the Bath, and by tbe govern ment of Spain with the grand crosses of St. Ferdinand and 
Charles III. Received his Company, Ni\)ority, and Lieut.-Coloneley in the British service for conduct 
against the enemy. Sir De Lacy has received the War iledai with three Clasps for Vlttoria, Pyrenees, and 
Toulouse. Commanded the Snd Division in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of tiie 
Alma (wounded), Ualaklava, and Inkerman, andalegeof Sebastopol, comprising the repulse of the powerful 
sortie on the 2eth Oct. 1854. 

2 Li. Colonel Stuart served the Easteni campaign of 1854-56 In command of the Slit Fuiiliera, Including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and ^iege of beba«to|iol (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Lord West served on Sir Hugh Oough*s staff throughout the campaign on the SntleJ (Medal and Clasps) 
—as Aide-de-Oampin thebattlesof Moodkeeand Peroteshah, and as Officiating Military Secretary during 
the remainder of the campaign and in the battle of Sobraon. Served also the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
Including the battles in t)ie Crimea and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

Major Boldcro served In the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7Capt. Gray was present with the 98lh Regt. in tbe battle of Mahar^jpore (Medal), and was aeverely 
wounded. 

10 Captain Bumslde served in the Puqjaub campaign of 1848 9, and was present at the battle of 
Goojerat, and with the fleld force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1840 (Medal 
and Clasp); expedition into the Busufxie country; in action with the enemy 11th and 14th Dec 1840; 
present at the capture and destruction of the Insurgent villages of Saggow, Pullee, Zoormundie, and 
8heerkan*e. Expedition to Kohat against the Affredie Tribe, 10th, llih, and ISth Feb. 1850. 

12 Captain King served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava.*and 
Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Claspi*). 

14 Captain Dunne sorvi'd in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma, Balnklava, 
and InKi-rman, siege of Sebastopol, and a'tack on the R«dan on the 18th June (Med*I ana Clasps). 

10 Lieut. Clerke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Iiikennan, 
•lage and fall of Sebastopol, and attack on the B«dan on the 18tii June (Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Stephens, served in tbe Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(severely wounded, arm amputated), and siege of iiteba»topol (Medal and Clasps). 

80 Bnslgn Furlong served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 at the siege of Sebutopol (Medal and 
Clasp). 

*•* The following officers senred the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the hattlet in the Crimea and 
•lege of Sebastopol, vli. :— Capta. Tinley, Stewart, Aldridge, Templeman (wounded at Inkerman), Sheffield, 
Carleton, Killeen ^wounded at Inkerman), and Imsge, Lts. Lee, Fowler, and St. Clair (shot through the 
arm at the Alma), Paym. Hawker, Surg. Mackinnon, AMlst.-Sttrgp. Greer and West* 



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22nd ( The Cheshire) Regt. of Foot. 96 

"Scikde" "Mebanke" "Hydbrabad." 

Colonel"^ Sir William F. P. Napier,» KCB. Em, 14 June, 00 : X*. 1 8 Apr. 01 • 

Capt. 2 June 04 ; Mqj. 80 May 11 ; X*. - CoL 22 Not. 13 ; Col, 22 July 30 ; 

Mqjor-Qen. 28 Nov. 41 ; LU-Gen, 1 1 Nov. 61 ; Col. 22nd Regt, 19 Sept. 53 

Xu;tif.. CoZofttf/.-— Samuel " — -^ «-m_„. ^ «.^ . ^. _. 

26 

Minora, ^ _ _ ^^ ^ 

44 ; Brev.'Moj, 2 Aug. 60 ; Ar^<;or, 28 July 64 ; BtLt.'Coi. 20 Jiily os! 
Francis Pym Harding,**. JSn*. p16 Mar. 38; Lieut, p 18 Dec. 40: Cazi^ 29 
Jan. 47; Afiflt/or, P27 Oct. 64 ; Brev. Lieut.- Col, 12 Dec. 64. 



mtgar-i^en. vo i^iov. 4i ; iji,'%jfm, ii jwov. oi ; CW. 22nd Regt, 19 Sept. 53. 
;tif..CoZon«/.—- Samuel Brendram Boileau, Ens. p4 Oct. 21; Lieut p 1 Aujr 
8; Cap^ P26 Nov. 28;ilf<y.P9Dec.36 ; Z^.-Ca/.P 18 Dec.40; Col. 11 Noy.6l! 
yor*.— James Ramsay.* Ens. 18 May 32 ; Lt, p 19 May 34 ; Cant. 30 Mar. 



Captains. ' i^«^i»«. 

Jos. Edwin Thackwell|««. p 6 June 34 

David Anderson i 28 Dec. 38 

5irG. Aberc.Robin80u,£^ I 26 July 44 
John Higgin Graham . . 6 May 42 
William Henry Poulett.. >30 May 46 
Herbert Geo. Bowden^ ..I 30 Apr. 41 
EdwSimeonWebberSmlth' 21 Apr. 46 
William Thomas Smith . . p31 Jan. 40 

Thomas Young p 22 May 46 

William Mills Molony . . p 8 Aug. 46 

WUIiam McBean ! 30 Nov. 49 

P16 0cr. 47 



H. Houston Gammell 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Stack >« 18 Feb. 43 

Geo. P. Edw. Morrison . . 28 June 44 
Hen. Allen Murray Deane p 5 Dec. 43 

WUIiam Couch 20 Oct. 46 

Lynch SUpleton Cotton p 8 Sept. 46 
A rthur Lloyd Monk . . 1 8 A ug. 48 

William Dobyns 17 Jan. 47 

T.N.Young(Qr..M.0Apr.47) 21 July 48 
I«awrenceN.D. Hammond 2*3 Nov. 62 
Robert Richardson Ellis.. P23 Nov. 62 
Ed w.NapoleonL' Estrange p 18 Feb. 63 
Bonar Millett Deane .... p 12 Mar. 6:) 

Thomas Tyacke PI July 53 

Robt. Conway Dobbs Ellis ' p 4 Aug. 64 
Henry G. Lyon Campbell | p27 Oct. 64 
Tuomas Clowes I}inds . . ' p 10 Aug. 66 

Ensigns. I 

Harcourt Campbell Carter ' p 22 April 63 

Oswald Peter Leigli , 10 Aug. 66 

Thomas Smith Robin . . , 7 Sept. 66 

Thomas Peach 21 Sept. 66 

j Graham Palliser ; 16 Oct. 66 ' 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



23 Oct. 39 
15 May 41 
P 14 Aug. 46 
P 7 Mar. 46 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P30 May 43 
P 30 July 47 
12 Dec. 43 
P26 May 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 
P 8 June 62 
P17 Dec. 62 



18 Not. 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 19 Nov. 47 



P 26 May 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 11 Dec. 49 
P 7 May 62 
P 9 May 61 

22 Feb. 53 
P 4 Aug. 54 

15 Mar. 53 
P 27 Oct. 54 

19 Jan. 56 > 
P 2 Nov. 65 1 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



12 Dec. 54 



4 Lt.. Colonel aamtay Mnrrd 1« 

China wtui U>« 49cliR«rj( Mc«Ul).uid 

wa« pretcntnt Amoy, Chusan, Chln- 

ba«, Nlncpoo, Scfoan, Woomag, 

Chin KluMC roo, and Nankin. 

10 Lient. Stack ■cr«edthroagfaont 

PQ7 Mnv dA ' <b* operations in Seinde (Medal), 

f; iJ^ *°linclndingthede»trnctionofIaiaam. 

11 Nov. 61 Ifbnr and the battles of Meeanee 

28 Jan 53 1 •■* Hydewfcad (severely wounded) . 

o T e? ' ""•* •ftwwards present at Pannlla, 

t> Jan. 64 Pownithur, Mnonahur, and Mun- 

P 4 AuiT. 64 ■»nio»l»- 

r ^ »• r' 11 Quartemastcr Hvchriserred 
throaf boat the operations in Seinde 
( Medal), including the destruetlon 
of Imaumg bar, and at the batties of 
Meesnee ft Hyderabad. He was als« 
present at PanuUa and Powngbur. 
14 Surgeon Maelise serrrd with 
the 00th Regt. in the Kafflr war of 
1S4R.47 (Medal) ; and on the Staff 



P27 Oct. 64 
23 June 56 
P 2 Nov. 65 
P 2 Nov. 66 
P 2 Nov. 65 
P23NOV. 55 



P 7 Dec. 65 



in the Eastern campaign of 18»4*M. 
and was present at the battle of 



Alma ( Hed<tl and Clasps). 

18 PaTBiaater Barlow, prvvloui to entering the Armj, 
served three years as a Midshipman in the Boyal Nary. 
He scrred afterwards In the Peninsala from Aog. 1810 
to April 1811 ; the campaign against Nepaul In 1815 1 
and the MahratU campaigns of 1817 and 1818. and 

ss present at the battle of Jubblepore, lOtb Dee. 
1817. He was present with the 10th aegt. at the battle 



Stephen Winthrop ....... P 9 Nov. 66 or Sobraon (Uedal); and with the 9th Lancers at the 

Wrn. Henry MiddletOn . . 10 Nov. 65 P*»»^« «' Uie Chenab at Ramnuggur. and tbe battles 



Fra. Algernon Cobham . . | p 22 Nov. 66 
Charles Tucker , p23 Nov. 66 



of ChiUianwallah and GucJ^rat ( Medal and Clasps}. 



Paymaster, --1^ Cuthbert Barlow," 3 Jan. 28 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 10; XM3 Jan. 14. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas Newton Younj?, 12 Sept. 63. 

Quar,-Master.—-V^m. Hughes,*' 5 Aug. 63 ; Ens. 9 Sept. 40 ; Lieut, 2 June 49. 

S^ttr^wn.-— William Maclisp,** 3 March 64; Assist.-Surg. 27 Dec. 42. 

Assist.'Surg.-^Joseph Sawyers, M.D. 29 Nov 60. 

Facings Buff. — Agents A. Lawrie, Esq. 
[Returned from India July 1865. J 

1 Sir William Napier served at the siege of Coi)enhagen and batt)e of Kioge in 1807; Sir John Moore's campaign of 
1S08>9; the eubsequrnt Peninsular campaigns from 1800 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present in many of the 
sonLatirnDf scenes which he has described with so much abilisy in his admirable " History of the Peninsular War/* includ- 
ing the actum of the Coa (wounded), battle of Busaco, actions of Pombal, Redinha. and Casal Nova— severely wounded at 
the hand of six Companies supporting the 62nd : action of Fos d'Arouce, battle of Salamanca, passage of the Buebra, action 
of Vets when floult attempted to relieve 8nn Sebastian, end again when the Allies passed the Bidassoa ; battles of the 
NavcHe and Nive— wounded in defending the churchyard of Arcangnes ; battle of Orthes. Served also in the campaign of 
Uli. air William has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for Salamanca, Nivelle, and Nive, at which battles he com. 
msMrtnd the 4Srd Light Infantry, and also in many minor actions, and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for 
Bnears. Fnentea d'Onor, nnd Orthes. 

% Llent.-Col. Harding served with the Lt Company at defence of the aesldeney at Hyderabad, and was afterwards 
ssfvcrrif wounded at the baule of Meeanee (Medal). Served jthe Eastern campaign of iaa4 as Alde-de-Camp to General 
ftnnil isi hr r. inelodlng the battle* of the Alma, BalakUra, end Inkcrman (severely wounded), end siege of ScbastopOl 
(Medal and Clasps). 

• H4or ThackweU served in Setaide, and was present at tbe battle of Hyderabad ( Medal) i also the campaign In the 
l entt tm Mahratta ecuntry In 1844-6, including the investment and capture of Ports Panulla and Powngbur. Served tbe 
Wsiliinr— peign of 1U4 5S as a Brigade Major in the fnd Division, Includbig tbe battles of the Alasa and Inkenaaa 
(hoev sbo«). siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the «ortle on the XCth Oct, (Medal and Clasps). 

7 C^. Bowden served tbrwughout the operations in Seinde (Medal), Including tbe battles of Meeanee and Hyderabad, 
In the foffvar of which he was woonded la the breast. He served also tbe campaign in the Southern Mahmtia country 
i« 1044-6, laelodlBf tbe investaaent and capture of the Fovt« of Pasnlla »q^ Pownghv. 



97 



2Zrd{Royal WeUhFu8itier8)Regt.of Foot. 



[fiuternArmy 4 Apr. 64. 
Depot, Wlndmter. 



The PriMe of Walk's Feathsri, "IcHDUn}** the SUing^Sun, the Rsd Dragon, the WhiUSorte, **Nae 
aspera terrenti» "MINDEN," the Sphinx, "EGYPT" "CORUNNA" "MARTINIQUE" "ALBU- 
HERA " " BADAJOZ " " SALAMANCA " " VITTORIA " " PYRENEES »» " NIYELLE " " ORTHfiS » 
" TOULOUSE " " PENINSULA » " WATERLOO " " ALMA " " INKERMAN »' •* BEYASTOPOL/' 



62 



Pull 

Per. 
22 
24 



Httit 
Par. 




2f« 



Cotomf/.—S Henry Rainey,* CB. KH., Ens, «4 Aug. 04; Lieut, 1 Noy.04; 

Capt, 13 Apr. 09; Afq/. 21 June 17 ; Lt,'Col, 16 Aug. 22; Co/. 10 Jan. 87 ; 

Maj.-Qen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt,-Gen. 20 June 64 ; CoL 2drd F. 22 May 66. 
Lfett/.-Coian«/j.— Daniel Lysons,' CB. JBn*f^,P26 Dec. 34 ; Xini^. p23 Aug. 37 ; 

Capt, P 29 Dec. 48 ; Mqjm-, P 8 Auj?. 49 ; Lt.-CoL 21 Sept. 64 ; Col. 1 7 July 66. 
Henrv William Bnnbury,' CB. Bns, p 29 June 80; Lt. P80 Aug. 83; Capt, P18 

Aug. 38; Brev.'Maj. 11 Not. 61 ; Mqj, p2 Jan. 62; Brev. Lt-Coh 12 Dec. 

54; i^.-Co/. 9 March 66. 
Jlfq/<w*.— Edward W. D. Bell,« 2nd Xteu^ 16 Apr. 42 ; Lieut. P17 Nov. 48; 

Vapt. 18 Dec. 48 ; Brev.-MaJ. 12 Dec. 64; Maj. 23 Mar. 65. 
Robert Bruce, 2nd Xteu^ ? 31 Mar. 43 ; Lieut, p 28 Mar. 46 ; Capt. p May 51 ; 

Major, 21 Sept. 66. 



Captains. 
Robert Taylor Raynes 
Edmund Crofts 



17 Apr. 42 
P 8 May 46 
Edwd. Gascoigne Bulwer p 21 Ang. 49 
Hen. D'Oyley Torrens,' s.\ 18 Sept. 49 
JerYoiae Clarke Jervoise , p 13 June 60 
Francis Edward Drewe 
Henry Bathurst * .. . 
Frederic Sayer, * s. .. 
Ucorge Trevelyan John 



P17 May 60 
P 15 June 50 
P 5 Nov. 60 
P21 Nov. 50 



James Duff , p 16 May 51 

P 16 May 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 13 May 63 
P 22 J une 47 
p 21 Jan. 64 
16 June 64 



Bevil Granville 
Fred. Fletcher Vane • . . 
Hon. Savage Moetyn. . . . 
Geo. HenryJohn Heigham 
Cfaas. G. Campbell Norton 
Sydney Crohan Millett ^^ 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Scovell Bigge . . 
Frederick William Jebb . 
Herbert Delro^ Radcliffe 

Charles Monsell 

Geo. Phipps Prevo^t, Adj. 
Thomas Bernard Uackett 

Luke O'Connor 

Charles G. Blane 

Hon. Nathaniel Fiemies. . 

John Lawrence 

James Du Vic Tupper 



CAPTAIN. BRfiV.-MAJ. 



P 7 June 64 
P 23 June 64 

21 Sept. 54 

22 Sept. 64 
P 26 Aug. 63 
P 7 June 64 

6 Nov. 54 

6 Nov. 54 

16 Nov. 54 

28 Nov. 54 

16 Dee. 64 



James Williamson i 29 Dec. 64 



Thomas Freke Lewis . 



Boscawen Trevor Griffiths P 12 Jan. 65 



6 Jan. 66 



Francis M. Hall Dare .. 
Cliarles Fred. Gregorie . . 
Arthur Lionel Tobin .... 
Alfred Marltland Law .. 
Philip Henry Knight*. .. 

John Tilly 

Edwin Utterton 

W. Dowdeswell Bloxsome 
Gust. W^m. H. Bussell . . 

Arthur Hill 

Audley Chas. Gosling . . 

Ensigns. 
J. De Gorreguer Dolmage 
Fred. Wollaston Hutton. . 

William Romilly 

Wriothesley Aug. FitzRoy 
James Harford Walwyn 
William Jolliffe Twyford 
Henry John Richaids . . 
Charles James Wrench .. 



Annesley Gary 

John W. W. CoBtley . . . 



Geoive Packe • 
Charles Jaquet 
Allan Graham 



26 Jan. 66 

12 Feb. 55 

13 Feb. 55 
16 Mar. 55 
16 Mar. 65 

6 Apr. 66 

30 Apr. 66 

1 May 66 

10 May 66 

11 May 66 

14 May 66 

16 May 66 
P 18 May 55 
Pl^JuIy 65 

20 July 66 
P 26 July 65 

26 July 66 

27 July 56 

8 Oct. 56 

9 Oct 65 
16 Oct. 65 
16 Oct. 66 
20 Nov. 66 
30 Nov. 66 



14 Apr. 46 
P 6 July 49 
P 13 Dec. 50 
8 May 51 
P 9 May 61 
P23Sept.61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P 14 Sept. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P28 April 54 
P 6 June 64 
P23 June64 

21 Sept. 54 
P 10 Feb. 64 

12 Jan. 65 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

16 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 54 

12 Jan. 65 

9 Feb. 65 
9 Feb. 65 
9 Feb. 65 

25 Feb. 65 
9 iMar. 65 
9 Mar. 65 

23 Mar. 65 

13 Apr. 65 
1 May 55 
1 May 66 

30 June 65 

P 20 July 55 

27 July 55 

9 Sept. 65 

9 Sept. 65 

10 Sept. 66 

30 Sept. 66 

16 Oct. 66 

16 Oct. 65 

7 Dec. 66 



P 26 Mar. 63 
P 23 June 54 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

2! Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 64 

12 Dec. 64 

29 Dee. 64 

29 Dee. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

16 Mar. 65 

23 Mar. 66 
P 8 June 66 
P 6 July 66 
P 7 Sfpt.65 

80 Nov. 65 

1 Lietit.-0«nenl Kalnej serred 
with the 8Snd at the dege and cap- 
tare of Conenhayen in 18U7 ; with 
Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off 
the eoatt of Spain, and at Cadii 
on aurrender of the French fleet ; 
from thence joined Sir Arthnr Wei- 
Lesley's army at Mondego Bay, and 
was afterwards present at the battle* 
of Koleia, Vimiera. and Corauia, 
also the retreat under Sir John 
Moore. Accompanied the Regiment 
to Walchercn in 1809, and was pre- 
sent at the surrender of Middle- 
harsh, siege and capture of Flash- 
ing. Joinrd the army in the Fen- 
insnla in May UlS, and serwd aa 
Aidc-de-Camn to Sir Thomas Brad- 
ford during the siege of the ForU 
of Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid, siegs of Burgos. 
and retreat therefrom. Serred 
afterwards in the Portngnesa ser- 
Tier in adTance through the Traa- 
os-Mootes in 18IS, at the battle of 
Vittoria, actions of Villi Fmnca 
aod Toloso, storm of the fortified 
convent in front of %an Sebastian, 
at both the sieges and storm of 
San Sebastian, passage of the Bi- 
dassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles 
of the Nive on the »th aftd 10th 
Dec— eeverely wounded: wooaded 
also at the siege of San Sebastian. 
Serred In France with the Army of 
Oecnpstion from the capitolatioA 
of Paris in 1816 to th« end of 1818. 
He has received the War Medal 
with elf ht Clasps. 



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tu*. 


tiAii 


P»y. 


Pay. 


8 





8 





12 





8 





1 






Paymaster, — Joseph Aston, 28 Dec. 65 ; Qr,'Mr, 17 March 54. 
A4jutani. — Lieut, George Phlpps Prevost, 9 Oct. 56. 
Quarter^Matier. — 

Siir^«ofi.— WUliam Godfrey Watt, 28 March 54; AssUt.' Surgeon, 1 March 44. 
A9Si9t,'Surge,—HenTy Tbos. Sylvester, M.B. 3 Mar. 54. 
Charles Fred. Morris, 8 Feb. 55. 



Facinge Bhie. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



2 Colonel LjrtoDS Mrted in Ctnada durinff the late inturreciion, and wae li<moare1>ly mentioned In 
Col. Gore's de«spatchet of 8l Denli. Alto the Eastern campaign of 18M, Including ibe baitlea In the Cnmca 
and tbe sleffe uf Sebaitopol (Hedal and CIa«pK). 

S. L.t.-ColoneI Bunbury serveil with the ezpedftlon through the iCohat PaM, In 1850, ai Alde-de-Camp 
to Sir Cbarlea Napier. Served aho the Eastern campaign of J 854-69, Including the battle of lakermaa 
and siege of Seba«topol (lledal and Cla«p«). 

4 Captains Bathurst anil Sayer were severely wnunded at the Alma. 

6 MNjor Bell served the Eastern cHrapalKn of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma, where heperfonilly 
captured and terured the llr»t gan taken from the Russians and afierward* succeeded to the command of 
the S3rd Ka»illers, and brousht It out of action; he whs alvo at the battle of Inkerman and siege of 
Sehasiopol, and wa« complimented in Genera' Orders for disilnguisbi'd conduct while in command of a 
working party, 8 April 1855, under a heavy Are from the enemy (we<ial and Clasps). 

7 Captain Torrens was wounded at Inkerman as Aido-de-Camp to Brig.>Oen.T0rren8 (Medal and Cltfpa). 

8 CapUin Vane was «ound«d at Inkerman (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Captain Mlliett serted in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Inker- 
man, siege and f^ll of Scbastopol : he was sererely wounded at the attack on th« Bedaa on the 8th Sept. 
(Medal and three Clasps). 



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nu^/iO^J 2m{The2nd Warwickshire) Regt. of Foot. [ 



y«ar«' Senr, 



58 



Full I Half 
P»y.,Pay. 



Serving at 
Fetbttwnr. 
The fi[pA»n«, with the words, <*EoTPT" "Capb op Good Hope" "Talavbha" <'Fubntb8 d'Oxok" 
"Salascaitca" "ViTTORiA" " Pyhbkbks" "Nivbllb" "Obthbs" "Pbkiksbla*' 

" PCVJAUB " " CaXLLXABWALLAH " " GOOJBRAT." 

Co/oiw^.—Robert ElUce,* jBtw. 8 Nov. 98; Lt, 6 Jan. 99; Capt. 4 May 01; 

MqjoTy 12 May 08; Lt.-CoL 16 Mar. 09; CoL 12 Aug. 19 ; Mqjor-Gen. 22 

July 30 ; Lt-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Om. 20 June 64 ; Col. 24th Regt. 2 Nov. 42. 
Lieut,-Colonels. — William Oustavus Brown,' Ens. 7 July 25 ; Lieut, 11 May 

80 ; Capt. 10 May 44; Jf^or, 15 Jan. 49; Lieut.^Col. P21 Dec. 49; Colonel, 

28 Nov. 64. 
Charles Henry ElUce, Lieut. 10 May 39 ; Capt. P 8 Aug. 45 ; M({jor, p 21 Dec. 49 ; 

Lierit.'Col. p 8 Aug. 51 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Mqjors. — Augustus George Blachford,' Ens. p 12 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec. 20 ; 

Capt. 17 Aug. 41 ; Maj. 14 Jan. 49 ; Bt. Lt.^Col. 7 June 49; CoL 7 June 66. 
Edmund Wodehouse, Ens. p 24 Mar. 37 ; Lieut, p 16 Jan. 41 ; Capt, P 28 Apr. 46 ; 

Mqjor, P 8 Aug. 51 . 



Captains. 
Louis Howe Bazalgette^ 

Francis Spring 

John Henry Lutman*. . . 
Francis Charles Skurray 
Andrew JohnMacpberson' 
Richard Aubin Croker*. . 
George Frederick Berry* 
John Bulkeley Thelwall* 

Francis Clark* 

Cliarles Mackechnie' .... 
Thomas Maling Greensill 
Wm. Douglas Hall Baillie' 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Macdonald Burns 
Rob.G.A.deMontmorency 

Robert Halahan 

James Stewart ** 

Richard Henry Travers" 
Fred. Wm. Adam Parsons 
Richard Henry Holland 
William Vesey Munnings 

Henry Nangle 

James Teiment Tovey .. 
William Price HiU .... 

Robert Lind 

Samuel Head 

R. Josh. Logan Crutchley 
Sam. John James Burns 
Francis F^reeman W^hite 
T. Madden'' (Q.M.i20ct.4g} 
Hen. Haversham Austen 

Wmiam Werge 

Alfred William Adcock. . 
Robert C. Streatfleld .... 



Ensigns. 
Walter Bernardino Logan 
Alex. John Colvin Birch 
George Scott 



26 June 38 

P 28 Feb. 40 

8 Jan. 41 

P 7 Oct. 37 

19 Apr. 42 
P 13 Feb. 42 

7 Jan. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 11 Apr. 46 
P 16 Apr. 41 

6 Apr. 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 

20 May 42 

P 26 Aug. 46 

17 May 44 

27 Feb. 45 
P 9 Dec. 45 

10 Aug. 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 10 Mar. 48 

17 Jan. 45 
23 Nov. 49 

18 Apr. 46 
14 Dec. 49 

1 Jan. 47 
23 Nov. 49 

Pll May 49 

P 16 Feb. 60 

12 Dec. 51 

26 Dec. 61 

28 May 62 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 12 Aug. 53 

6 May 64 

2 Mar. 55 
2 Oct. 55 



LIEUT. 



P24 Sept. 41 

P 22 April 42 

P 16 June 43 

8 April 42 

26 July 44 

6 Oct. 44 

P 25 Apr. 45 

3 April 46 

P 9 Oct 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P20Oct. 48 

14 Jan. 49 

23 June 48 

14 Jan. 49 

1 Jan. 49 

6 Jan. 49 

do. 

20 Oct. 49 

Pll Dec. 49 

P 1 Feb. 60 

10 Apr. 49 
P 8 Aug. 51 
P 2 May 61 
P26Dec. 61 

20 Nov. 48 

26 June 62 

P 26 Nov. 62 

P 6 May 64 

11 Oct. 64 

12 Oct. 54 
26 Oct. 64 

4 May 66 
P 26 Oct. 56 



CAPTAIN. BREY.-MAJ. 



7 Apr. 48 
14 Jan. 49 
do. 
do. 
do. 
16 Jan. 49 
20 Oct. 49 
P 21 Dee. 49 
P 26 Dec. 61 
16 Mar. 63 
16 Mar. 63 
P]2Jan. 65 



II Qr.-Master Alrey served 
wilh the 18th Refft. throughout 
the campaigns in Affghanistan 
from 1838 tu 184S inclusive, and 
was prfsent at the storm and 
capture of Qhuxnee (Medal), 
axsault and capture of tiie town 
and forts of Tootnmdurrah, 
storm of Jhoolghur, night-at- 
tack at Baboo Koosh Ohur, 
Jestrui'tlon of Khardurrah, as- 
sault of Perwandurrah, itorm- 
inj; of the Khoord Oabool Pass, 
aA'alr of Texeen, forcing the 
JugduUuek Past^ reduction of 
the fort of Mamoo Khail, de- 
fence of Jellalabad (Medal) and 
sorties on tlie 14th Nov. and 1st 
Dec. 1841,11th Mar. S4th Mar. 
and 1st April 1848; general 
action and defeat of Akbar 
Khan before Jellalabad, storm- 
ing the lielgbts of Jugdnlluck, 
general action of Teseen, and 
recapture of Cabool (Medal). 



9 Cupti. Crokcr and Thelwall served in the Puajaab 
ipftifrn of 1848-9, and were present at the pung« of 
Chcnab. and battles of Sadoolanore. ChilAanwallah 
rercly wounded), and Goqierat (Medal and Clasps). 



tbe 
(•erercly 



Paymaster.— Ch^^. Patr&s G cncste, 1 May 55 ; Ens. p 22 June 49 ; Lt. 28 May 62. 

Adijutant. — Lieut. Thomas Madden,*" 12 Dec. 61. 

Quarter-Master.— HhomtA Airey," 28 May 62 ; Ens. 21 April 46 ; X^. 6 Jan. 40. 

5Mrflrean.— Richard Gamble, M.D. 12 March 62 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 June 41. 

I Assist.'Sui-geons. — James Lewis) Holloway, 17 March 48. 

I John Alex. William Thompson, M.D. 19 Nov. 44, 

Frederick Clarke, 27 Oct. 48. 

Facings Green. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 General Bllicc urred on the expedition to South America, and was present at the capture of Buenos Ayres. 
9 Colonel Brown served throoghout the Pu^aub campaign, and wai present wilh tbe 84tb at the passage of Che 
lensb and battles of Sadoolapore and CbiUlanwaUah (wounded), and as Maior of the 39th Regt. at the battle of Goctfevat 
ledaland Claip*}. 

3 Colonel Blachford serred with the 34th in the Pnidaab campaign of 1848-9 (Medal), inelnding the passage of the Chcaab 
d battles of Sadoolapore and Chtllianwallah (•ncceeded to the command of the Kegt.) and Goqierat (Medal and Claaps). 

4 Captain Bazalgelte aerred in the Pui^aub campaign of 184S-9, and was present at the paasace of the Chcaab and battles 
Sadoolapore, CbiUianwaUah (severely wounded), and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

.P?* ^"tnu, Clark, Maekechnie. and Baillie, serred in tbe rna}anb campugn of 1S48.9, iadnding the pas* 
r<?'_'H>'^'^^ *°^ battlea of Sadoolapore, Chilliaawallah, and Oocgerat (Medal and Clasps). 

i passage of the Cbeaah aad 

andbattletofBadoola. 




Tauf Senr. 



70 



StS^rhSiM ^5*A ( The King's own Bwderers) Regt. of Foot 100 

The Khnifs Crett in two corners of the Colour, " In Veritate Beliffianii eat^fido,** The 

Armt of Edinburgh, *'NiHJ)omintufiiutra;*''with the WhtUHonein the third comer 

of the Colour. *' Nee aspera terrent." « MINDEN" " EGMONT-OP-ZEE." The 

Sphinx. " EGYPT."— Flank Companies, " MARTINIQUE." 

Colonel. 

9 Sir Henry Fred. Campbell,' KCB. & GCH. .SWi. 20 Sept. 86; Lieui. k 

Capt. 25 April 93; Capt. k Lieut.-CoL 6 April 06; Col. 25 Sept. 03; Mqfor* 

Gen. 25 July 10; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 25th Regt. 

20 Oct. 31. Lieut.'Colonel. 

Hy . Francis Strange,' Bns. 23 May 15 ; jL^. 7 April 25 ; Capt. p 29 June 26 ; jBrtfv.- 

Afq/. 23 Nov. 41 ; tf<|;. 20 Oct. 42; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov.51 ; X^.C0{.4 July 64; 

Jf<|;or«.— Samuel WeUs, Bns. 9 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct. 29 ; Capt. p 15 Sept. 37 . 

Mqfor, 16 Sept. 51. 
Saml. B. Hamilton, JBns. 20 Sept 33; Xteti^ p 14 July 37; Capt. p 12 Jan. 99; 
Brev. Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51; Mqjor, 4 July 54. 



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Captains. 

George Holt 

EdwardRamsdenPriestley 
Stanhope Mason Gildea. . 

James Ogilvy 

Henry Torrens Walker. . 

George Bent 

Charles D. Pog^on 

Cha. Jas. Stewart Wallace 
Charles Miller Layton . • 
Henry Exley Jones . . . « 
Arthur Charles Pretyman 
Thomas Edwin Blomfldd 

LlBCTENANTS. 

William George Turner . . 
Astley Campbell Smith . . 
Horatio Priestley, Ad^»,. 
Arthur Ridgway Poyntz 
Douglas Ernest Manners 

Alexander Strange 

George Skene Hallowes 
Francis Kegan Coz, r. . . 
John Richard Hanrey . . 

John O'Hea 

William Robert Goodall 
Henry Southwell Brown 
F. Cbarleswortb Kennedy^ 
Charles Gun Harison . . 
Gwynne Orton Lewis . . 
Ensigns. 

Richard Ross 

Fred. Stephen Terry .... 
Edw.Aug. T.Cunynghame 

Charles H. Layard 

Henry Baldwin Eyre .... 
Herbert Aug. Voules .... 
Harry Valette Jones .... 
Ernest Theodore Eyans . . 
Gerald Fitzgerald 



ENSIGN. 



10 Aug. 23 

27 Nov. 35 
P 29 Apr. 87 
P31 Mar. 38 

28 Oct. 36 
10 April 42 

9 April 42 

5 Nov. 41 

P 6 Dec. 44 

P27 Oct. 43 

p 7 July 48 

24 May 44 

P 19 May 46 

PHNov.45 

28 Aug. 46 

16 Sept. 45 

18 Apr. 45 

16 June 48 

16 Feb. 49 

4 May 49 

9 Mar. 49 

P 17 Feb. 50 

P 12 April 50 

P 13 Feb. 52 

18 Sept. 49 

10 Dec. 52 

P 27 May 53 

2 Oct. 55 
15 May 55 

9 Oct. 55 
23 Oct. 55 
31 Aug. 55 
26 Oct. 55 

14 Nov. 55 

15 Nov. 55 
30 Nov. 55 



I«IBUT. 



12 Sept. 25 
P 13 Jan. 38 
Pll May 38 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 4 July 39 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 10 May 44 
P20Dec. 44 
P 31 Dec. 47 

9 June 46 
P 24 Sept. 50 
P 8 Oct. 47 

25 April 48 
11 June 48 
19 June 48 

P 10 April 49 
18 May 49 

P 4 Apr. 51 
21 Oct. 51 

P 25 June 52 
24 July 52 

P 7 Sept. 52 

P 15 Feb. 63 
4 July 54 

P17 Oct. 51 

P 3 Aug. 55 
23 Oct. 55 



30 Oct. 40 

P 20 Oct. 43 

P 19 May 46 

19 June 48 

16 Sept.51 

15 Mar. 53 

15 Mar. 53 

4 July 53 

P28Mar 54 

4 July 54 

P24 Mar. 54 

23 Oct. 55 



BRBY.-MA/. 



11 Nov. 51 
20 June 54 



ISlrH.Fra- 
derick Camp- 
boU Mrr«d k 
Holland from 
Feb. to Max 
1708; hi Plan- 
den from June 
to Dec 1704, 
andwatpreeent 
In the action at 
Boxtel. Embarked for Portu- 
gal in Dec. 1806« in command of 
the 2nd Brigade of Gttarde, and 
was present at the paMage of 
the Douro and capture of 
Oporto, action at Salamonde, 
and battle of Talavera, when 
he was severely wounded, and 
returned to England in conse- 
quence. Rejvtned the armj in 
Portugal, in June 1811, and 
resumed the command of the 
2nd Brigade of Guards, with 
which he was present at the 
siege of Cindad Rodrigo. On 
the advance of the British 
Army across the Agncda Into 
Spain, he commanded the 1st 
Division, and with it was pre- 
sent at the battle of Sala- 
manca, capture of Madrid, and 
siege of Burgos. Medal and 
one Clasp for Talavera and 
Salamanca. 






Pflyma«^«r.— Wm. Brumell,30Sept.42; J&/i#. 11 June 30; Xt^f.lO Oct. 34, 
A4futa7it,-^Lieut. Horatio Priestley, 24 July 52. 
Quarter- J/a*fer.— Robert Malcolm, 27 April 49. 

Surgeon.--^ onta King Carr, M.D., 11 May 55; Aisigt.-Surg, 24 July 46. 
Aimt.-Surg$.^WB,ikm Sandom Whylock, M.D. 26 Nov. 52. 
Edward Parks Gamble, M.D. 13 Oct 54. 
Facinge Blue. — J ^en^«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[Returned from Madras, Aug. 1855.] 

S Lt.-Co1. Strange served wUh the 2Ath Rej^t. on the China expedition (Medal), snd wss present at the 
defesce of Ningpo, at Tscke, Chapoo, Woosung, Shangbae. Chin Klang Foo. and Nankin. 

Lteut. Kennedy servinl with ihe 51st Regt. throughout ihe Burmese war of 1869 ; was on board the E.I.O. 
stMm sloop 8u9ifrU during the naval action nnd 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 capture ot 
BeMetalSCh May (Medal). 



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Th«i»pWn*.'f BGYPT" "COBUNNA" <' CH IN A.'<--n# Dromon. 
CffioMJ.— 9 Philip Bainbrigge, CB.^ J9r«. 30 June 00; Xt«uM3 JTov. 00; 

CapU 17 Oct. 05 ; Afq;0r, 16 Oct. 12 ; Lt.-CoL 21 June 17 ; Col. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Mqj.'Gen, 9 Nov. 46; X«/.-6m.20 June 54 ; CoL 26lh Foot, 31 Mar. 64. 
Lieut.'CoUmeL—Aniitcw T. Hemphill, Siu, 7 Apr. 25 : Lt. 16 Apr. 29 ; Copt. 

3 July 39 ; Mq^ar, 11 Feb. 40; Lt-Col. p 8 Dec. 46 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
J|fq;<ir«.— Ferdinanfl Whittingham,' CB. JSns, 2 Nov. 32; Lieut, p 10 Feb. 36 ; 

Capt. P30 Apr. 41; JBr^.-Jdqj. 23 Dec. 42; Mqj» Pi Oct. 47; Bt, Lt,-CoL 

20 June 64. 
Prancia Carey, Bth. p 22 Hay 36 ; Xt. p 2 Sept. 37 ; Capt. p 7 July 43 ; Brev.- 

M«^, 20 June 64 ; Mqjor, 26 July 64. 



Captains. 
William Hopaon Hopson 
Bd. WoUaatnon Clerke. . 
William Thomas Betta,* 
Walter Fitzgerftld Kerriph 
Willianf Bdward Wallace 
Bobt. Creighton Granville 

William Mo8se 

Bichard Clmte 

Fiennes Arthur Quartley 

C. B. B. Calcott** 

Bdw. if. Pierce BIderton 
Tho. Wm. H. Hutchinson 

t»J£UT£NANTS. 

Henry Charles Hardinge 

John Colling 

Edward Arch. Collins . . 
WUllam BUott Lockhart 

Estoourt Day 

Matthew Holfbrd Hale . . 
Geo. Wilbraham Northey 
Geo. Bdm. Phipps Trent 

James Armstrong 

Wm. Macdonald Mill/.. 
George Walton Appleby . 

Joseph Lowndes 

George Meldrum/ Adjj.. 

James Givins 

William Beera 

Bnsigks. 

Geoige Hogarth 

Bdward Kempson 

Henry Aug. Barton .... 

Morris Bobinson 

Charles Hunt Bindon .. 
William Henry Salwey. . 

William Franklin 

Henry Gandy 

John Bdward Marsden .. 
Thomas Turner 



ENSIGN. 



P 4 July 39 
P12 April 44 

24 Nov. 85 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 2 Mar. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P 18 Jan. 60 

6 Dec. 43 

11 Oct. 45 
P 13 Dep. 50 
P 12 Dec. 61 

P 14 Mar. 51 
PIS Dec. 51 
P23Jan. 52 
P17 Aug. 52 
P 22 April 53 
P 13 May 53 
P 27 Sept. 53 
P17 Mar. 54 
P 7 June 64 

17 April 42 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 24 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 54 

6 June 54 
P 26 Aug. 64 

IS Oct. 64 

P 27 Oct. 54 

PlONoT. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

10 Aug. 55 

14 Sept. 55 

P23 Oct. 56 

7 Dec. 55 
P28 Dec. 55 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 24 Dec. 47 
P 7 April 54 

' 6 June 54 

P 7 June 54 

9 July 64 

26 July 54 
P25 Aug. 54 
P 20 Oct. 54 
P17 Nov. 54 
P30Mar. 55 
PdOMar. 65 
Pll May 55 



7 Lieut. Mill served with 
the 91st Regt. throughout the 
Kaffir war of 1810-7 (Medal). 
Wu aftenrardi present in the 
action with the rebel 8oers at 
Buem PlaaU,andwae MTerely 
wounded. 



P 28 Dec. 41 

P22 Dec. 46 

15 Nov. 39 

P 30 July 52 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 5 Nov. 50 

P 5 Dec. 51 

P26Mar. 62 

22 Aug. 48 

22 Dec. 48 

P 1 April 53 

P 7 April 54 

P 27 Sept. 63 
P 28 April 64 

6 June 54 

6 June 64 
P 7 June 64 

OJuly 54 

26 July 64 

P 8 Sept. 64 

PlONov. 54 

1 April 47 
P30Mar. 55 
P30 Mar. 65 
Pll May 56 
14 Sept. 55 
P23 Oct. 66 



* Lieut. ICeldrnm served throughout the 
China expedition (Uedal), includinf the opera- 
tions before Canton, attack of the seabatteriea 
of Amoj, capture of Oolonrto, defence of 
Ningpo, capture of Ohapoo, Wooaung, Shaug- 
hae, and ChinlUangfoo, and landing at Nankin. 



Paymaster.— RobertCoUinsCraigie,3 Nov. 43; Ens, p 2 Feb. 38; LU P 16 Nov. 41 . 
Adijutani, — Lieut, George Meldrum, II Aug. 64. 
Qttar^tfr-Afo^er.— Charles Kent,* 2 April 47. 

Surgeon* — ^John Grogan, M.B. 14 Jioy, 51 ; AuUt.^Surff, 16 April 41. 
Amit.'Surgeons, — Frederick Douglas, M.D., 30 March, 49. 
John Coates, M.D., 2 April 60. 
FacingiYellow, — Agente, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 UcttL-Oencral Balabrigga wrrcdin tha PfoUisuUla th« Quarter- Master. OtBcraI*s departncat tnm ISIO to the cad 
oftiaat war In 1814, and vu prrifiit at ttie Lines of Torres Vedras, part of the siege of OIlTetifa, tiege of Cliidsd Rodrlgo, 
la«t siege of Badsjos, afllsir of the Ouarens. batUe of SaUmaaea, part of the ilege of Burgos, aflkir of Villa Muriel, retreat 
from Burgos to Ciudad Rodrigo. bactlea of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of Uic last siege of Saa Sebastian, battle of tlic 
Hive, and aetSons near Bidart, Bussussary, and Villa Pranque } aeiioos of Garris, Tarbcs, and Vic Bigorre, and battle of 
IVraloass. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasi»s. 

S Lt.-Col. Wbtttinghani served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir llufb Gough tbrougliout the«pcratloBSof 1841 in Cldna (Medal), 
and was prvscnt *t Svgoan. Cbapoo, Woosung, Shangbac, and Chin Kiang I'oo. 

fr <;«|il. lietts, and Qr - Master Kent, scrred throughout the China eapedtUon ( Medal), and wet* present at OInsan, Can- 
ton, dofteee of Ningpo, at Chapoo, Woosung, Slianghae. Chin Kiang Poo, and Nanking. 

• Oapt. Caleott scrred with the 10th Kegt. during tl:e Pnajaub oanpaign of 184S-9, lodadlnf Hm whole of the aMfo 
opOTatioBsbefbre Mooltan, thcaeUon at Sooiikoond, captnrc of the Suburbs, and simcader of Ac^fteteMS pa^thB ttad 
Jaaaavy 1848 1 also present with the Scft. at tlic battle of Goqjcrat (Medal and two Clasps) . y V3 OO Q fC 



21th (or InniskilUng) Regt. of Foot. 



[Serving at Sealcote. *] 
Depot, Gbathtm. J 



Emb. for Indian 

A Caftlfl vith Three Tiurete ; 8t. Oeorge'a eoloun flying In a blae Field. The White Horse. " Nte 
i0rreni." '*8T. LUCIA." The Sphin9, with the words "EGYPT" "MAIDA" "BABAJ' 



'SALAMAKCA*' ••VJTTORU" "PYBBNBE8" «N1VBLLB" "ORTUES" 



) Yt-ar*' Serr, 



54 



'Fall 
iPaj. 



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Pay. 



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7 





7 











6 





6 





8 





5 





5 





4 





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9 





4 





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]02 

ajTserw 

- ♦*ORTHEa»» "TOtlLC 

PENINSULA" "WATERLOO.' 

CoUmeh—9 Edward FIeining,i CB. Sns, 24 June 09 ; ZUut. 6 July 04 ; Cant, 

80 May 07; Mqjor, 1 April 13 i LieuU-CoL 18 July 16; CoZ. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mqjar-Oen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Om, 20 June 64; Col 27th Regt. 10 Sept. 53. 
X^-Co^.^Hallam D'Arcy Kyle,' £n#.P12 July 33; X^P23June37; Copt. P 24 

May 39 ; Maj, p 7 April 48 ; Brev. Lt.-Coi. 28 May 53 ; Zt.-CoL P 1 1 Oct. 53. 
Usher Williamson, ie!»wt^, p29 Aug. 26; Isieut. p 11 Nov. 31 ; Capt. p28 Feb. 

40 ; M({jarf p18 Aug. 48 ; LimU.-Col, 26 May 54. 
Mqfors^ — Oeo. Anthony Pumford, JBns, 3 Mar. 25 ; Lieut, p 15 Dec. 25 ; 

Capt. 6 Nov. 38 ; Bt,-MaJ. 1 5 Sept. 48 ; Mqj, 2 Deo. 51 ; Bt.Lt,Col, 5 June 56. 
Thomas Percival Touzel, Ens. 10 Sept. 20; Xieti^.P4 Oct. 33 ; Capt. p 16 Nov. 

41 ; Mqjor, 26 May 54. 



Captains. 

Herman Stapylton. ..... 

Oliver Langley 

John Vize O'DonncU 

Barclay Thomas 

Bdward Barnes 

Ed w. Nassau Molesworth 
James Henry Creagh • . 
William Douglas Phelips 

Frederick Rhodes : 

John Samuel Manly . . . . | 

Charles Warren 

Kiw.L.W.C.A.F.Cary.. 

Lieutenants. | 

John David Downing . . ' 

Thomas Maguire ' 

Qeorge Reynell Qresson ! 
Heneage Charles Chester 
Arthur Slsson Cooper . . 
W.Hamil.Twemlow,-44;. 
George Glascott Newton 
Nathaniel Bamadiston • 
Henry Bethune Patton. 
Francis Eastwood Murphy 
William Henry Oresson 
William Henry Davis . . 
William Caimcross .... 

John Grafaame 

Walter Macpherson .... 
Wm. S. Church Pinwill 
George Stewart White .. 
Charles Edward Stewart 
John Crawford Langford 
Andrew David Geddes . . 
Christophilus Garstin^ .. 
Ensigns. 

Robert Lloyd 

Henry Scoit Simeon .... 
William Mageuis Stafford 



BNSIGN. I HBUT. \ CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Aug. 37 

P 19 Mar. 40 

P 25 Nov. 45 

31 Dec. 44 

25 July 45 
P 1 Dec. 37 

19 Nov. 47 
P 9 June 48 
P18 Sept. 49 

15 Feb. 39 
2dAprU47 

P 19 Oct. 49 

P23N0V. 49 
P 14 Deo. 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P22 Nov. 50 
P 15 Mar. 50 

3 Nov. 48 
P17 June51 

26 Dec. 51 
Pl2Mar. 52 
Pl3Mar. 52 
P 9 July 52 

29 Oct. 47 
10 Feb. 52 

16 Apr. 52 
P23NOV.52 

4 Nov. 58 
P 14 April 54 
P 8 Dec. 48 

6 June 54 
P 27 Jan. 43 

1 May 55 
1 June 55 
8 June 55 



P 19 Mar. 41 
P 2% Mar. 44 
!P11 Feb. 48 
I 19 Nov. 47 
iP 9 June 48 
P 2 Apr. 41 
P21 June 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 8 Oct. 50 
P 20 Oct. 43 
P 18 Sept. 49 
P 8 Nov. 50 

P 2 May 51 

2 Dec. 61 

P20 Feb. 52 

P 28 May 52 

11 Mar. 53 

P 9 July 52 

14 May 52 

P 7 April 54 

P 14 April 54 

26 May 54 

26 May 54 

26 May 54 

19 July 52 

P27 May 63 

P 15 July 53 

28 May 54 

29 Jan. 55 
1 May 56 

P 6 Oct. 54 

P 7 Sept. 55 

18 Aug. 48 



BKBV.-MAJ. 



P 1 Dec. 46 

P 22 Dec. 48 

P 15 June 49 

P 8 Nov. 60 

P 2 May 51 

2 Dee. 61 

P 6 May 63 

P 7 April 64 

P 14 April 54 

26 May 64 

26 May 64 

26 May 64 



S Lieut.-Col. Kyle served 
with ihe 45th Rei^t. in the last 
Katfir war (Medal). 

8 Mr. Moityn senrod In the 
Penii(Rnla» rrom Jan. 181 1 until 
the end of the war, Including 
the siege of Badajoz, April 1818, 
battles of Salamanca, Vlttorla, 
and the Pyrenees; siormlnff of 
San Sebastian with the Volan- 
teer parij ; battles of Orthes and 
Toulouse. Serred in the Ame- 
rican war, including the action 
at PlatUburg. Present on the 
18th June at Waterloo. He has 
received the War Medal with 
eight Clasps for BadoOot, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, St. 
Sebastian, Nlvelle, Nive, and 
Toulouie. 

4 Lieut. Gantin served with 
the&8th Rfgt. on the expedition 
Bgaiost Kawiti's Pah at Ruape- 
iiapeica, In New Zealand. 



Paywuw^tfr.— Wm. Arch. Kidd, 10 June 53 ; Ens, p 20 Nov. 46 ; X*. p 22 Dec. 48. 
Adljtitant.-^Lieut. Walter Hamilton Twemlow, 23 Nov. 54. 
Quttrter'Master,--^ohn Trenor, 28 April 54. [Assist, 9 Nov. 10. 

Surgeon,—^ ^9|ft Thos. Mo8tyn,*6 Oct. 26; Assist, -Surg, 10 Dec. 11; Hosp.* 
Assist,'Surgeons,^~ThomBB Stephenson Teevan, 19 May 54. 

John M'Leod Cameron, M.B., 26 May 54. 

Leonsrd Kidd, M.B., 26 May 64. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



1 Ltottt-Genetal Flcaung serred with the Slst Beg t. in SicOy, and part of the Grenadier Battalion in Calabria in 1806 

aadcr air John Stuart. InBgyptin 1807nnder General MaekeDtieFraaer. at t*^- '-^' ' *' ^-^ ' * ' 

Boaetta. wlwa he obtained hli Compaay in action. Joined thee: 

the Penaaolar campaigna of 1808.9, 10, and 11, including tlie pa — „ ^ 

famait of Maaaena limB SanUratn, battles of TalaTera, Buaaco. and Albnhcra (very leversl^ wennded in the bead) ; 



r^mailtil the Light Compaay of his Regiment, foming part of the advance, at the spirited aflkir with and retreat of the 
eMiay tmm Campo Iforoe toBadaJos on the Stth March 1811. Served in the West Indies from 1818 to 1819, incladiag 
the estedicioa np theihcr St. Mary's in the Bonthem Butea of Ameriea; in the Beat Indies from IfSO to 1838iBdn||v», 
aad?CaaiSa&rai 1839 to 1883. He has received the BUverirai Medal with three CUspsized by VjUp^ie 



#1 « ^ 



G 2 



103 28M( Tlie North Gloucestershire) Regt. of Foot. 



Yean* Serr. 



43 



Full Hnir 
Pay. Pay. 



fEtslera Army, 82 Feb. 64 
L Depot, Isle of Wight. 
The Sphinx, with the word* •» EGYPT*' " COKUNNA" •*BARR08A" " ALBOHKRA •» 

"VITTORIA" "PYRENEES*' "NIVELLE" "NIVE" "ORTHES" "PENINSULA" 

"WATERLOO" "ALMA" "IKKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— Sir H&ary JohnYfm, Bentinck,^ KCB. Ens, 25 Mar. 13; Lt. j> 

Capt. 18 Jan. 20 ; Capt. §• Lt,-CoL 16 May 29 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mty.-Gen. 

20 June 54 ; Col. 2Bth Foot, 11 Oct. 54. 
Lieut.'CoUm€U.—VT2inV AdamB^'CB. J?n«. p 30 Dec. 26; Li. 23 Mar. 32 ; Capt. 

P31 Dec. 33 ; Mc{j. 29 Oct. 43 ; Ueut.'Col, p 16 July 52; Col. 16 July 55. 
Robert Julian Baumgartner,' Ensign, p 27 Sept. 33 ; Lieut, p 30 June 37 ; 

Capt. P 23 April 41 ; Major, 23 Sept, 51 ; Lieut.-Col. 12 Doc. 64. 
Jf^'or«.-— Robert Henry Lindsell/ Ensign, p 13 Jan. 38; Lieut, p 15 Nov. 30; 

Capt. 1 1 June 48; Jlf<yVw, p 18 Oct. 53. 
Percy Archer Butler* Ens. p 1 Mar. 39 ; Lieut. 2 May 42 ; Capt. p 4 Apr. 45 ; 

Brev.'MfrJ. 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 9 Oct. 55. 



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Captains. 



BNSIGN. 



John Guise Rogers Aplin' P 7 Oct. 37 p 23 April 41 

Frederick Huey^ ^ . P 5 June 40 5 Mar. 42 

E.G.Hallewell^«.re.2Nor.ft5 P31 Dec. 39 15 Apr. 42 

Thomas.Manosell" p27 May 42 p 23 May 45 

William Roberts*® p 1 Nov. 89 10 July 43 

Henry R. Crewe Godley" p 25 Sept. 46 p 21 July 48 
Christophilus Garstin'* . . p 14 May 86 15 Dec. 40 
John Dundas Malcolm*' 1 Nov. 42 29 Mar. 44 
Sussex L. A. B.Messitcr" 5 Nov. 42 p24 May 44 
O. Rbt Hamond Orlebar*^ p 13 Mar. 46 p 10 Dec. 47 
William Gordon Shute*« p 26 Nov. 47 p 30 Mar. 49 

Simpson Hackett*^ 31 Dec. 47 p 16 July 52 

Waring Alex. Biddle*^ .. p 18 Feb. 48 5 Oct. 49 

James Williams*® p 21 Sept 52 29 Nov. 54 

James Graham Turner*' p 30 Mar. 49 p 18 Oct. 53 
Thomas Lynden Bell'® .. p17 May 50 p17 Feb. 54 

Lieutenants. 
Hill Fauleoner Morgan*^ p23 Sept. 51 
Hen.C.Worthlngton»«^A-. p21 Jan. 53 
E. Garmonsway Waldy*® p 8 July 53 
Tho. Sutton Kirkpatrick** p 18 Oct. 53 
Charles David Ingham** p17 Feb. 54 
Francis Brodigan*' .... 6 June 54 
Edw. S. R. Smytii,** .... p 23 Jan. 52 
Jolin Godfrey Day** .... p 3 Mar. 54 
William Alfred Steward** 7 June 54 
Fred. Arthur Magenis** . . 16 June 54 
C.Edw.BarrettLennai-d*» p 27 Oct. 54 
Chas. Brisbane Higman*' 23 Dec. 53 
Edw. Percival Vau^han** p 29 July 53 
Charles Geo. Mackenzie.. p21 Feb. 51 
Frederick C. Irwin** ... 3 Nov. 54 

Jonathan Twaites*® 5 Nov. 54 

Edward Fox Angelo'* .... 15 Dec. 54 
Thomas Edmund Adams'* 29 Dec. 54 
James Wm. M 'Cor mack 5 Jan. 55 

Alexander Lyon Emerson p 12 Jan. 55 

Henry Thackwray ...... 19 Jan. 55 

Samuel Hall 13 Feb. 55 

James Wm. Kingsley .. 26 Jan. 55 

Morres Guard 20 Feb. 55 

William Collum 15 Mar. 55 

BNsiaNs. 

Andrew M. Adolph Page 16 Mar. 55 

Gordon Charles S. Ducal 24 April55 

William Seaton 1 May 55 

Charles Thackeray 14 May 55 

Francis Edward Webb . . 15 May 55 

Mark Farley Wade 6 July 55 

Alexander Hum fi-ey .... 19 July 55 

Tliomas Horniblow .... 20 July 55 

William Henry Crawhall PlO Aug. 55 

William Orme Bourke .. 9 Oct. 55 

Napoleon Fitz Stubbs . . | p 16 Oct. 55 

Charles H. Newbatt .... 26 Oct. 65 

Edward Brett 30 Nov. 55 

Edward Thomas Pinnigerjp 21 Dfc. 55 



LIEUT. 



6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

8 Jan. 55 

12 Jan. 55 
12 Jan. 55 
12 Jan. 55 
12 Jan. 55 

12 Jan. 55 

9 Feb. 55 
P16 June54 

13 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 

13 April 55 
13 April 55 
25 June 55 
13 July 55 
20 July 55 
p 10 Aug. 55 
25 Sept. 55 
9 Oct. 55 
30 Nov. 55 



CAPTAIN. 



20 Nov. 45 
P 8 June 49 
P29 Dec. 48 

8 Oct 50 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 17 Feb. 54 

14 Mar. 51 

29 Dec. 54 
do 

do 

P 26 Jan. 55 

Pl6Mar.55 

13 July 55 

P 25 Sept 55 

9 Oct 55 

30 Nov. 5$ 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



17 July 55 

12 Dec. 54 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Not. 55 



1 Sir Henrj Bentfnck 
commanded the Brigade of 
Guards in the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854, including tho 
battles of the Alma, Bala- 
klava, and I nkerman (wounded 
through the right arm), and 
siege of Sebastopol (Sledal and 
Clasps). 

S Colonel Adams com- 
maodedthe 88th RegU through- 
out the Eastern campaign of 
1894-55, including the battles 
of Alma and Inlccrman, siege 
of SebastopoU and affUr on 
18th June In the Cemetery. 
Succeeded to the command of 
thA Brigade on Sir Wm. Ejrre 
being wounded, and brought 
It out of action (Medal ai»d 
Clasps). 

5 Lleut.-Coloncl Baumgart- 
ner served the Eastern cam- 
pafan of 1854-56 «Sth the CSth 
Regt., Incladlng the battles of 
Alma and Ink^rman, »lege of 
Sebastopol, and afihir on ibo 
18th June in the Cemetery 
(succeeded to the command of 
iheReici.): was wounded in the 
trenches 17th Aug. 1855 (Medal and Cia&ps). 

4 Miijor Llndi^ell served In the Eastern cam> 
paign of 1854-65, Including the Ustllrs of Alm« 
and Inkerman, and sioge of Sebastopol (Mrdul 
and Clasps^. 

5 Major Butler served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, includmg the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and slego of Sebastopol (Uedal 
and Cla<ps). 

6 Major Aplin served the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55. including the battles of A ma and 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and affair in 
the Cemetery. Wounded while tn command 
of the sharpshooters of the 88th Regt (Medal 
and Clasps). 



2Sth(The North Gloucestershire) Regt. of Foot. 104 



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liair 


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Paymaster.-BeiiTy A. Berry," 14 Dec. 65 ; Sns. 11 Aug. 54. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Henry Clarke Worthington, 7 Dec. 65. 

Quarter- Master. '-TUomhB LomsdeD, 14 Dec. 66. 

^ttr^wn.— Benjamin William Marlow, »« M.D. 24 Feb. 64; A.-S. 26 Feb, 42. 

Atsiit. 'Surgeons. — William Henry Bricc, *• 6 Jan. 64. 

Chamney Graves Irwin, ** 24 Feb. 64. 

James Frederick Stewart, *' M.D. 7 April 64. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents» Messrs. Cox k Co. 

7 Capt. Hueyserred with the 40th Regt. in the batUe of MahanOpore (Uedal), and wai Mverely wonnded. 
Serred with the 88th RegU at theiiege of Sebattopol in 18ft5. Including the affair in the Ct-metery (Medal). 

8 Lt.-CoL Hallewell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-S5, as D. A.Q. M. G. to the Light Dlrtoioo, lo- 
dadiOK the b-ittlM of the Alma and Inkerman, and siege of dcbasto|.ol (Medal and CInfps). 

9 Mai. aiuuisell ■erredin tlieStnd Regt. the Paqiaab eampaiffn of 1648-'9»and was praacnt at the Ant and second sieM 
opciBCioB» befbtc Moolua, inclnding the attack ou the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches on the 19th Sept. 
1840. the action of Soorikoond. storm and captare of the eiijr. and surender of the fortrew ; afterwards present at the 
-'t of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Oooierat ( Medal and two Clasps) i was wonnded at 



Mooltaa on the list Jannar7 1S49. Served the Eaatem campaign of 18ft4-«» with tlie SSth Regt^ indadlng the battles of 
▲Ima and Inkcnaao, and siege of Sebastopol, during which he commanded the volunteer sharpshooters of the Srd Divi. 
aioa nntil severely wonnded on the Wth Dee., for which service he was made honourable mention of in Division Orders 
of S Jan. I»M. and promoted Brcvct'M^or (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Mijor BoberU, Capts. Williams and Bell. Lleuts. Waldy andTwaltes, and'Afstst-Sarg. Brice, serred 
the Eauem campaign or 1804-66, including the battles of Alma and Inki rman, siege of Sebaatopol. and 
affair In the Cemetery (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Oaptain Godley served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inker- 
man, siege of Sebaatopol, and aifair In the Cemetery (serenly wounded) : Uedal and Claspa. 

19 Captains Oarstin and Turner, Lieuts. Wortblngion, Klrkpairiek, HIgman, Vaughsn, Angelo, 
and Adams, and Assist.-8urg. Stewart, senred the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of 
Sebaatopol (Medal and Clasp). * * 

la Oaptain Malcolm served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was severely wounded at the aflUr 
ia the Cemetery (Medal). 

14 Captains kesslter and Orlebar, Surgeon Uarlow, and Paymaster Derry, lerved the Eastern cam- 
paign at 1854^, inelttdlnir the battles of Alma and lukerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Captains Shute and Blddle served the Eastern campaUn until Jan. 1855, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clatps). 

10 Captain Uackett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 aa AiJUutant of the 88th Rei^t., inelnding 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and aflfkir In the Cemetery (Medal and Clasps). 

17 LleuL Morgan served the Eastern campaign of J854-55, including the battlee of Alma and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol, severely wounded in the trenches, drd June, by two musket-balls in the right leg 
(Medal and Clasps). 

18 Lleuts. Ingham, Day, Steward, Majenls and Irwin, served the Eastern campaign of 1855, including 
the siege of Sebastopol, and aflalr In the Cemetery (Medal). 

19 Lieuts. Brodlgan and Lennard served the Eastern campaign of 1855, Including the siege of Sehas* 
topol and aflhir in the Cemetery ^severely wounded (Medal). 

SO LieuL Smyth served the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol— wounded in 
the trenches 21st August (Medal). 

<3 As8lst.-Surg. Irwia served in the Eastern campaign of 1854*65, including the battle of Alma and 
alege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

(Continuation of Notes to Qdth Foot.) 

€ Cntala Walker served with theS9th Regt. in the campaign on the SutleJ, inelnding the battles of Feroseshah sad 
Bobraon (wounded) i Medal and Chwp. 

7 Capt.INek was present at Feroseahah (Medal). Also at the passage of the Chenab, and battles of ChilUaawal- 
lah and Goqjcnt ( Medal and Clasps) . 

10 Cnpc. DvBcan served with the Slst Bcgt. throughout the Campaign of 1843 in AirghanisCan. including the actions 
of Maaceaa. Tesccn. and Jufdullnck.oocnpation of Cabool, and differentengagcment » leading to it ( Medal) . lie served with 
the Mth Bcgt. in the campaign on the Sutlej, and was severely wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

»CoL Lofant serred as a M^orof Briffade throufhout the campaign of IM'i In Aff«lianistan under Gen. Pollock, 
•Ml was pcctcnt In tiao actions of Maaeena, Teseen, and Jngdulluek, the occupation of Cabonl, and the difflrrtnt en- 
gaccMcnta leadlafto It (Medal). He served throucfaont the campaign on the Sotlcj ( Medal) i— as Dep. Assist. Adj. 
OcB. so Sir Barry Smith at the battlesor Moodkee (wounded), Feroseshah (wonnded), and Sobraon:-as Adj. Oon. of the 
wMI« Foffcw eommanded by Sir Harry at the aflhir of Buddiwal. and la the battle of All wal i and he officiated as Adj. Hen. of 
Ber Mi^ciCy^ Forecsln India, (Tom the battle of Sobraon to the end of the eamiiaign. when he was appotated AmC A^J. 
Gen. SB H.M.'s Porecsin India. Be again offldatedas Adit. Oen.thronrboottbe Pnnjaub campaign la lS48-9,aad was present 
as the pMHge of the Chenab, and battles of ChitUanwaiUh and Ooqlerat (Medal and Clasps). 

IS CapuJB Knecbone. Lienta. FiuGeiald, Levingo, Evans, Henderson, Chapman and Ferris, served with the Sfth 
t htu n ghua t the Fuuanb campaign in U48-9, inciading the passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chiiltanwalfadi and 
Ooe$tnt, (Medal^and Claspa). 



U CapUdna Wcstropp, Stchelln, Fanhigton, and Lyle, serred with the 39th ia the campaign on the Sntlei, and were 
picacnt at the battles of Fcraceshah and Sobraon (Medal and CbMp). Capt. Farrington was also at the paeaoge of the 
Cheaah aad bottles of ChiUiaawallah and Goi^erat (Medal and Clasps). 

li caps. OolTill serred with tbe SBth Regiment in the aettoa of Mahan^pore (Medal), » Dec. 18IS, and was very severely 

17 Cepcshi ICa^lor served at the riege aad capture of Logbnr, Koaree, Rygbnr.and several small Hill Forts In the Sontbcm 
Matanna Corndfy In 1818. Served in the Serwent Warree Stale, and was ■everely wounded In both legs (compound fhMtnre of 
«bo right) at tite assnnlt of Roree, IStb Feb. 1819. Served also In the Burmese war in 18S5 and 18M i aud at the captare of 
Kumehce In Lower Scindc in 1889. Hat received the India Medal with a Clasp for Ava. 

IS Licnf. Onslow was at the batUe of Goo}erat (Medal). 

19 Csptais Midlleton aetved with the 58th Riegt. on the expedition against Kawitl** Fab, at Ruapekapeka, in New 



11 Doctor Moorhead served with the 33ad Regt. at the 1st and Sad sirge operations before Moollan, including the 
esftwe of the eity aad sarrsader of the fortress (Medal and Clasp). 



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>5 ['^ApVuiSs.N 29th {The Worcestershire) Regt of Foot. [ ^J^t^ 

lOtElA" "VIMIBBA» «TAtAVB!lA" "ALBUHERA" "PENINSULA" "FBftOZBSHAH'* "BOBBAON"* 
"PUNJAUB" "CHILLIANWALLAH" ''OOOJBRAT." 

CoZ.— P Ulysses, Lard Downes,* KCB. Ens, 31 Mar. 04 ; Lt. 12 Not. 04 j Capt 4 

Sept 06 ; Mqj* 81 Mar. 11 ; LU-CoL 5 Sept. 12 ; Col, 27 May 25 ; MoJ-Gen. 10 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 , Gen, 20 June 54; Col. 29th Re^ Id Aug. 50. 
Lieut.'Colonelt.—Qeorge Congreve," CB. £ng. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, p 12 Jan. 26 ; 

Capt, P 12 June 28 ; Brev,'M<yor, 23 Nov. 41 ; JUtiyor, 8 April 42 ; Lieut.- 

Col. 11 Feb. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
John Hamilton Stewart, JEns, 23 July 27 ; Lt. 2 Aug. 84 ; Capt, 2 July 41 ; 

Major, 27 May 53; Lt.-Col, 26 Jan. 64. 
Mqjors.-^ohn Ross Wheeler, £ns. 30 July 28; Lieut. P25 Dec. 29; Capt. 

P 15 Dec. 40 ; Major, 11 Nov. 51. 
Edward Lugard,' CB. e. ^ru. 31 July 28 ; Lt, P 31 Oct. 31 ; Capt. 30 Dec. 43 ; 

Brev,'Mqj. 3 ApHl 46; Brev. Lt.-Col, 7 June 49; Col. 20 June 54; M^or, 

13 June 66. 



ean' 


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6^ 1 


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ay. 


Pay. 


31 





29 





28 





28 





21 





18 





16 





13 





29 





16 





14 





13 





12 





11 





14 





19 





15 





10 





10 





10 





10 





8 





7 





10 





7 





7 

n 




n 



Captains. 
John iEneas Duncan^^ . 
Edw. Henry Westropp" 
William Francis Stehelin" 
Lindsay Farrlngton".. 
Saml. Fisher^' u. 20 JuneSi 
Hugh George Colvill" 
Henry George Walker* 
John Mackenzie Lyle*^ 
Augustus Alexander Dick' 

Frederick Kneebone" 

Fred. Dobson Middleton'^ 
Fred. Edward Sorell . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Philips Onslow" 
Charles Hugh Levinge**. . 
Richard John Evans*' .. 
J. Sheridan Henderson*' 
George Augustus Ferris*' 

DeVlc Valpy 

William Congreve 

Henry Evans Quin .... 
William Speke Dickinson 
John James Hood Gordon 
H. W. Somerville Carew 
Kdmund Watkin Kent . . 
Geo. Wm. Fred. D. Smith 

John Dane 

Joseph P. O'Loghlin . , 
Wariutrton Taylor .... 
Nathaniel Polhill Ledgard 
Thomas Pattison Wood . < 

Edward Gorton , 

Fred. Stirling Eckersall 

Bnsions. 
John James Bailey .... 

George F. Hart 

John James Bailey 

Thomas Stanley Mitchell 
William Winn 



BNSI»N. 



P 7 Aug. 35 

P 2 Nov. 38 

30 April 41 

23 June 43 

15 June 27 

10 Jan. 40 

P 20 Apr. 42 

P 19 May 43 

Pdl Dec. 44 

19D&C. 45 

30 Dec. 42 

?11 Aug. 37 



19 Nov. 

2 Apr. 
4 Apr. 

3 Apr. 
P 8 Dec. 
P 20 Oct. 

30 Mar. 49 

24 Aug. 46 

P 4 May 49 

P 21 Aug. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P17 May 50 

13 May 53 

23 Mar. 55 

P21 Jan. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 1 May 55 

P 23 Nov. 52 

P26 July 56 

27 July 55 

3 Aug. 66 

15 June 55 
2 Nov. 66 

16 Nov. 65 
30 Nov. 55 



26 Oct. 39 

8 Apr. 42 
20 Dec. 42 

27 Sept. 44 
PIO Aug. 31 

3 Aug. 41 
31 Dec. 43 

P 2 Sept. 45 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

18 Aug. 48 

1 Jan. 41 

30 July 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 28 Sept. 47 
10 Dec. 47 
30 Apr. 40 
P 5 Oct. 49 
P 9 July 60 

12 Oct. 52 
6 Aug. 53 

9 Jan. 64 
20 June 54 

P 1 May 65 

13 June 65 
P 19 June 56 

23 June 54 

23 June 55 

27 July 55 

P 10 Nov. 64 

P 9 Nov. 66 

4 Dec. 66 



captain. BRET.-MAf. 



dApr. 40 



30 July 46 

6 Aug. 47 

3 Mar. 50 

P July 60 

22 Dec. 46 

10 Dec. 52 

15 Mar. 53 

6 Aug. 53 

9 Jan. 54 

13 Jdne 55 

P 6 July 62 

17 Sept. 50 



11 Mi^r Fi«her4id daty with Ui« 
11th Lt. Dn. M • voluniecr at the 
Kiegc and capture of Bhurtpore in 
1 8:29.6 ( Medal and ooe Clasp ] . Vf aa 
present with the 3rd Light. Drs. 
IhrooKhout the campaign of 1S42 
in ASghaniatan (Medal), inelading 
the forcing of the Khyber Pasa, 
storming the height* of Jagdullnek, 
action of Teseen and HuA Kotul, 
occapatioB of Cabool, and capture 
of Istaliff. Served the Sutlq cam- 
paign of 1846-6, and was present at 
the battle of Moodkee (severely 
aoanded) as Brigade Miyor to the 
1st Brigade of Cavalry (Medal and 
promoted to tht brevet rank of 
Mitjor). Commanded the 13th Regt. 
of IrrMnilar Cavalry thronghont the 
PnnJaab campaign of 1848-9(Medal) . 



Poymo^flr- Hamilton Tennent J^meBOn, 28 Dec. 66; JEns. 26 Dee. 61; Lt. 
Adijutant, — Lieut. [k> 10 June 53. 

Q, uarter-Matter. — 

Surgeon, — Edward Moorhead," MD., 26 May 66; Aitist.'Surg, 8 Aug. 42. 
Assist. 'Surgeons, — Robert M*Qregor, 19 April 60. 

Daniel Macqueen, M.D., 15 No?. 50. [Messrs. Cox & Co. 

John Smith Charlres, 1 1 June 62. PaeingsYeWoyir — Agents, 

1 Lord Downei was appointed Alde-de.Camp to Sir John Cradock, whom he acecmipanied to Portugal in Nov. 1806. 
I here Sir John held the chief command until May 1809, when be was succeeded by the Duke of Wellington, with whom 
.ard Downes continued as Aidede-Camp and Assistant Military Secretary during the wbole war, and was j^resent at tit%m 
atUei nf Talavera (slightly wounded), Busaco. Pupntesd'Ooor, andBlBodon; sieges of Ciodad Bodrigo and Badajot. 
attles or Salamanca. Vittoria, and the Pyrenees t siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle. Nive, and Toulouse 
listitty wounded). His Lordship has received the Gold Cross & one Clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle. NlTe,*Toulotta«i 
nd the Silver War Medal and six Clasps for Talavera. Busaco, Pnentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrtgo, Badajos, and a«i«».«.tr a. 

2 Col. Conirreve commanded the S9th in the Campaign on the Sntlej in 1845, and was severely wounded at tlia 
attleof Peroseshah (Medal). Also throughout thePuniaub campaign in 1848-9 (Medal).ineludinKthepassaMof tha 
......u .«j v....„ -* «w:.K ,..,. ..3 «... [PorrefnaindarofNotesaeepfeeedTngpa*., 



;heuab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Ooojerat. 



Enk. for OoiftwM Jan^l.-i 
EattArm7.1>ep.atFttnnoyJ , ^ , 
. The SphM»i with Uu wbrdi 
•WATERLOO" 



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52 



Hair 
Pay. 



30^A ( ITie Cambridgeshire) Beat of Foot 106 

htli* wbrdi •'BOTPT" "BADUb«^» •'SALAllilCCA" "PBNINSUli* 
"ALMA" "INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 
Col.-'JifQeoTgcMarquUqfTweeddale,* KT.CB. Eru. J uue,04i XMSOet. 04; 

C«pM4May07; Jlf«/.14May 12; Ii/.-Co/.21 JunelS j Co/.27 Mi.y S6 ; Jlfiil.. 

<?«n. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 30th F. 1 Pfeb. 46. 
Lieut. 'Colonelt. — Jame» Thomas Mauleverer,^ C13. Ent. p 18 Apr. 34; LUtii^ 

P 19 Aug. 36; Capt. P 28 July 43 ; Mqjor^ p 21 May 62 ; Lt.-Col. 80 Sept. M, 
Charles Slllery, JEns. 24 Ifot. 28 ; JLTeuf . 20 July 30 ; Capi. p 13 Mar. 30 i Sttv.^ 

Mqj. 11 Nov. 51 ; Mqj. 30 Sejjt. 54 ; LieuL-UoL, 9 Bept 6^. 
JSft^ors.'-Edmnnd Aug. Whitmore,' ^n#. p 6 Aug. 41 ; LUut. 10 July 46 ; Capti 

P 1 June 49; Brev.-M^j. 12 Dec. 54; itf^. 29 Dec. 54. 
Thomas Henry Pakenham,* Bn». p 12 Jiily 44 ; Lieut, p 19 Mar. 47 ; Cbp#. »* 24 

8ept.50; Brev.^Mtj. \i Dec. 54 ; M(^(&, 9 Sept. 55. 



Captains. 



Robert Dillon^t 

12jy 9 Archibald Campbell' 
Pra. Topping Atcheriey* 
Matthew Pennefather^ . 
Geo. F. Coventry Pocock' 
Charles Mingave Green" 

John O'Brien** 

William John Brook .... 
Editd.NewsteadPalkner" 
William James Robertson 
Aug. Henry Williamson" 
Lachhin Macpherson^" . . 
Si John Henry Ghmt** .... 
Jas. Cavendish Hobbs,'* t, 
Edward Nicholas Hill^< . . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Charles J. Cecil Slllery . . 
Jno.S.ChandoflHarcourt** 
Stamer Gubbins " 



Pen nock Campbell," 8. 
Alfred John Austin *^... 
Charles John Mooraom^. 
Henry Corbet Bihgleton^* 

Joseph Fleming *^ 

Christopher J. H. Tolcher 
Hy. L' Estrange Herring 

Henry Wood'* 

Meyrick Beauiuy Field " . . 
Edward St. George Smyth 
Nathaniel Wm. Massey.. 
Francis John Connell . . 
Tho. Goodricke Peacocke 
ChasJaa. Palmer Clarkson 
Gilbert H. Sanders »il<(/. 
Rothes Hastings NeviUe'* 
Hyde Sergisoa-Smith . . 
EirsioNS. 

Thonias Elwyn 

Robert Olphert Campbell 
John M'Dermid Allardice 
Charles Proby Fitzgibbon 
Alexander Thomas Ewens 
Thomas Charge Wray . . 

I Charles Tyner 

Henry F. Morewood .... 
Wm.P. PickardMackesy** 
Horace Sibbald Harrison. 
John Binnie Mackenzie . 

Montagu D. Stevenson . . 

Edward Wallace Joy .... 

H enry Burmester PuUeine 



BifSlON. I LIEtTt. I CAPTAIN. 



P 8 June 38 
7 Mar. 12 
p 4 June 47 
P 28 May 48 
P 15 Dec. 48 
P 20 April 49 
P 1 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P22 Nov. 50 
P 16 June 48 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 17 Dec. 52 

2 Apr. 36 

23 Nov. 52 
J 10 Mar. 54 

21 Jan. 63 
P 6 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 
13 May 53 

7 June 54 
21 July 54 
11 Aug. 64 

P18 Aug. 54 
P 20 May 53 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 12 Mar. 63 

3 Nov. 54 

24 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
i3 Feb. 62 

P 15 Aug. 48 

P 18 Jan. 55 

15 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

P 25 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 

9 Feb. 55 
20 Feb. 55 
30 Mar. 55 

1 May 55 
11 May 55 

15 May 55 
18 May 65 

1 June 55 

27 July 55 
17 Aug. 55 

9 Oct. 55 
26 Oct. 55 

16 Nov. 55 



P2dNoV.39 
6 Mar. 12 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P d Aug. 49 
P 5 Oct. 49 
P 17 May 50 
P 24 Sept. 60 
p 21 May 52 
p 7 Jan. 63 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P16 Dec. 53 
P 6 Jan. 54 
15 Dec. 40 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

21 Sept. 54 
30 Sept. 64 
P 8 ^ov. 54 
6 Nov. 54 
6 Nov, 54 
8 Nov. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 55 
26 Jan. 55 

P22 8«pt.54 

9 Mar. 65 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 65 

P 13 Not. 62 
9 Jan. 55 
18 May 55 
17 Aug. 55 
2 Sept. 55 
9 Sept 55 



P 30 Nov. 40 
P 27 Oct: 87 
P 16 Deo. 53 
6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 
30 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 64 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 64 
26 Jan. 65 
17 Aug. 55 
17 Jan. 61 

7 Sept. 66 
9 Sept. 55 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov* M 
27 July 66 

S Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 56 



I LordTwMddalS lerred In 
ths PMiinsttift MM AMittant- 
Qfiart«r-lfMtsr*0«n«rai« and 
ha> rsoeivrd the Oold Medal 
for the battle of Vitlorla. in 
wtiieh action he was wounded, 
a« aUo at llneaeo. Served alto 
In the Amerlean war» a&d wae 
agalti wounded. 



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107 30^A {The Cambridgeshire) Regt of Foot 



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28 


Puy. 





2 





2 





8 





2 





2 






Paymaster. — Edward Charles Grant, 28 Dec. 65. 

Adjutant. — Lieut, Gilbert Howard Sanders, 2 Oct. 55. 

Quarter^Master, — John Moon,** 1 June 55; Ent. 5 Nov. 54; X^ 9 March 55. 

Surgeon, — 

ii«mf.-/9tfr^<.— William Johnstone Fyffe,*" M.B. 8 Dec. 48. 

Da?id Milroy," M.D. 7 April 64. 

Charles Henry ToTcy, 11 Aug. 54. 

Fo/dnge Y^oiw.^Agente^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

5 Lieut-Col. ICauleTorer senred with the 17th Regt. throughout the campulgnin Afrgbanlttan and Beloo- 
chistan, under Lord Keane, and wai present at the storm and capture of Ghnsnee (Medal) and of 
Xhelat. Serred the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, with the 80th, Including the battle of the Alma (boree 
•hot), shortly after which he succeeded to the command of the Regiment, and was present at the battle of Inkers 
man (seTer«ly wounded), siege of Sebaatopol, sortie of 26th Oct. 1864, and assault on the Redan 8th 8ept. 
1866— wounded (Medal and Ciatps). 

a MiOor Whitmore senred the Eastern campaign of 1854 ae Alde-de-Camp to Sir George Brown, Includ- 
ing the battles of the Alma (horse shot) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Major Pakenbam received a slight and also a serere wound at the battle of the Alma (Medal .and 
Ciaspe). 

4t Captain Dillon serred at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and CUup). 

6 M^jor Campbell served with the 77ib Regt. in the Peninsula, Arom Aug. 1819 to the end of that war in 
1814, and was present at the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Senred with the 80th Regt. 
at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866, and was wounded at the assault on the Redan on the 8tb Sept. (Medal 
and Clasp). 

6 Major Ateherley serred in the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battle of Alma, siege of 
Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 86th Oct (severely wounded in the arm), and assault on the Redan 
on the 8th SepL (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Captain Pennefatber senred at the siege of Sebastopol In 1865, and was severely wounded (Medal). 

8 S^or Pocock and Lieut Field served at the siege of Sebastopol, and were severely wounded at the 
assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Mi^for Green, Captains Williamson, Macpherson, and Oampbell served the Eastern campaign of 1854- 
66. Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct 1854 (Medal 
and Clasps). 

12 Captain O'Brien and Lieutenant Harcourt were at the battle of the Alma (Medal and Clasps). 

13 Captain Falkner eerved the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, attached to the Commissariat, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the SOtfa Oct (Medal 
and Clasps). 

14 Captain Grant served with the 2nd Foot during the campaign of 1844-46 in the Sonthem Concaa and 
Sawant Warree Country, including the storming of several stockades, and the investment and cloture of 
the forts of Monohur and Munsuntosh. 

16 Captain Hill, Ueuis. Gubblns, Singleton, Fleming, Wood, and Neville, served at the siege of Sebas- 
topol in 1866 (Medal and Clasp). 

16 Captains Macpherson and Hobbe, Ensign Maekety, Assistant-Surgeons FvlFe and Milroy, and Qr.- 
master Moon, served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battles of the Alma and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Lieut Austin terved at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866, and was wounded at the assault on tho 
Redan on the 8th Sept (Medal and Cla.<^p). 

19 Lieut. Moorsom served at the siege of Sebastopol, and at the assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept 
1866, where he was severely wounded in the left arm (Medal and Clasp). 

20 Ueut Sanders served in the Austrian army In 1849-61; was present at the battle of Novara, and 
served the campaign against Garibaldi in the Roman States, for which he has a Medal. Served with the 
80th Regt at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866, and was severely wounded at the assault on the Redan on 
the 8th Sept (Medal and Clasp). 



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"TALAVERA" "ALBUHERA" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "NIVELLE" 
" NIVE " " 0RTHE8 " " PENINSULA " " C ABOOL, 1848 •' « MOODKEE" 
"FEROZBSHAU" "ALIWAL" "SOBRAON" " SEYASTOPOL," 

CoU—lj^ Sir Alex. Leith,i KCB. JBns. 8 Aug. 02 ; Lt. Oct. 04 ; Capt. 27 Nov. 04* 

Mqf. 1 Aug. 04 ; LU-CoL 7 Feb. 11 , Col 19 July 21 ; Mq^.-Oeiu 22 July 30 ; 

Lt.'Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Qen, 20 June 54; CoL Slst Foot, 14 June 53. 
£i6u/.-Co2oii«2. — George Staunton,* Ens. P5 Oct. 26; Lieut, p16 Feb. 31; 

Capt. P 8 June, 39 ; Maj. p 28 March 45 ; Lt,- Col. p 20 July 49 ; Col. 28 ^of. 54. 
Thomas Couyngham Kelly,* Ens. 3 Apr. 28; Lieut, p 31 Aug. 30: Capt, 6 

May 43 ; M(^or, P 20 July 49 ; Lieut.-CoU 15 June 55. 
Jf<{70r/.— Frederick Spence,^ Ens. 24 Dec. 29; Lieut. p1 Nov. 31 ; Capt. 28 

June 44 ; Mqjor, 15 June 55. 
Robert John Eagar,^ Ens. 11 June 30; X<.p25 Jan. 33; Capt.P 8 Oct. 44; 

Brev.'MrjJ. 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 21 Dec. 55. 



Captains. 
Joseph Greenwood,* s. . 
James Peter Robertson^ 
Clia.Jas.Orton Swaffield^ 
G<orge Walter Baldwin* 
Amyatt Ernie Brown ' . 

Robert Law,**^! 

Henry Prim Hutton " . 
William Fred. Macbean** 
Alex. Francis Ball * • • . 

Samoel Christian 

Edward Temple " 

Arthur John Schreiber ' 

Charles Prevost ** 

George Spaight 

George Flower Herbert' 
Robert Place Gould ... 

LlEUTBNANTa. 

Thos. Eaton Swettenham ' 
Richard Weld Litton* 
Alexander Mitchell* . . 

Annesley Cary** 

Fred. Young Cassidy* 
Ralph Leeson" ...... 

W. George H. T. Fairfax* 



6 May 36 

29 Oct. 41 
27 Feb. 46 

4 Apr. 46 
20 Mar. 47 

8 Feb. 40 

9 Nov. 43 
P31 Oct. 40 
P 13 June 50 

5 Apr. 46 
P 19 Oct. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Mar. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 



9 Sept. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 
Pll June 52 
P21Sept. 52 
P21 Nov. 51 
John W. Townsend Fyler *| p 21 Jan, 53 
C. Knight Pearson, Adp^P^ Nov. 52 
Charles Edward Jeffcock*>14 May 53 
George Nicholson Pepper* 6 June 54 

Goorge Bayley * p 24 Aug. 54 

George John Hamilton . . p 22 Sept. 54 
Thoa. Christian Rycroft " P 22 Dec. 54 

Robert Freke Gould 13 Apr. 55 

H. K. Johnstone Waldron 9 July, 52 
Fh9d. Herbert Suckling . . 29 Mar. 55 

William Thwaytes 23 Apr. 55 

Hugh Pollexfen Deane . . 24 Apr. 55 
Hubert Churchill Gould . p29 Sept. 54 

Ensigns. 
John James Robhison • • 19 June 55 
Stafford Church Mathews 20 June 55 
Arthur Trefiisls Jones . . 21 June 55 

Arthur Jebb 22 June 55 

KenrickHill 3 July 55 

CoUn Campbell M'lntyre 4 July 55 

Walter John Tarte 5 July 55 

Henry Leeson ,. 6 July 55 

William HUl James .... 19 July 55 
DenSson Montagu M. Inge 20 July 55 
Wm. Forbes Anderson . . 2 Oct. 55 
John T. Austin Gardiner 23 Oct. 55 

Biehard Maybnry 9 Nov, 55 

John B. PhiUipson 21 Dec. 55 



LIEUT. 



27 Oct. 39 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P 20 July 49 
P 2 Oct. 49 

27 July 42 

25 Dec. 45 
30 Sept. 42 

P 12 Dec. 51 
Pll Sept. 49 
P 28 Mar. 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 18 June 52 
P 10 Dec. 52 
P 14 Jan. 53 

P 18 Feb. 53 
P 25 Mar. 53 

5 May 54 

6 June 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aag.54 

P 22 Dec. 54 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

15 June 55 

P23Dec. 53 

29 June 55 

5 Sept. 55 

9 Sept. 55 

26 June 55 



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31 Mar. 46 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P 19 Apr. 50 
f9l Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 

5 May 54 

6 June 54 
P27 Aug. 52 
P 22 Dec. 54 

15 June 55 
15 June 55 
15 June 55 
27 July 55 
5 Sept 55 
9 Sept. 55 
21 Dec. 55 



I Sir Alexander Lefth serred 
in Flandenwith the 42nd R«gf. 
particularly at tbe defence of 
Nieuport. Served with the Slst 
at the attack of the pout of the 
Vlgie, and at the subaeqnent 
capture of St. Lucia, In 1990. 
In North Holland in 17B9,and 
was seTerelx wounded and lost 
an eye at the battle of Alkmaar. 
Egyptian campaign of 1807, in* 
cluding the attack on Rosetta. 
Senred afterwards In the Pen- 
insula, from April 1612 to July 
1814, and commanded the Slst 
at the battles of Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees on the Sftth, 88th, and 
80th July, the Nivel]e,the Nive, 
and St. Pierre (severely wound- 
ed), storming the heighu of 
Qarris, battle of Ortbes. action 
of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. 
Sir Alexander has received the 
Qold Cross and one Clasp. 



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Paynuuter,^4vL\\xiJA BroekmanTniTers," 9 May 46 3 tnd Lieut. 8 July 87 ; Lt. 
Adjutant, — Charles Knight Pearson, 20 July 66. [8 April 48. 

Qr.-3f<M*«r.— Patrick Hopkin8,«6 Nov. 62 ; Ens, l4 Apt-. 46 ; Lt, 26 June 60. 
Surgeon. — Wm, Thomas Hoskin, M.D. 6 May 53 ; AnUt.-Surg. 1 March 44. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — ^Thomas Johnston Atkinson,*' 28 Feb. 61. 
William Oraot,>7 9 June 64. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor. 

5 Colonel Staunton lenred with tha 10th Begt. In the SutleJ efttnpalgn in 1^46, inelodlnir the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Commanded the 8Ut Regt in the Crimea from S4 liar 18M| and was preient at the 
Blete of Sebaatopol and attack on the fiedan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clafp). 

8 Lt.-Colunel Kelly and Captain Bali terved at the siege of Sebastopol in June 185d (Medal and Claip). 

4 Major Spenee serred at the liege of Sebastopol from 10th June 1865, and at the attack on the fiedan 
on the 8ih Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Major Eagar serred the campaign of 1S4S In Affghanlstali, including the actions of Maieena, Teieen 
and JugduUuck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements leading to It (Medal). Serred in 
the Crimea from 11th June 1858 as Brigade Major of 2nd Brigade, Ist Dlvliilon, since 19th Aug., and was 
present at the siege of Sebastopol and attack on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Ca|*cain Greenwood serred with the Slsi throughout the campaign of 184S in Afghanistan under Malor- 
Oeneral Pollock, and was present In tlie actions of Maxoena, Tezeen, and JugduUuck, the occupation of 
Caliool, and the different enga^emenU leadlug to it (Medal). 

7 Captain Robertson served the SutleJ camp.ilgn of 1845-40, including the battlfes of Moodkee, Peroxeshah, 
Buddiwai, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and iliree Clasps). Served in the Crimea ttom S4th May 1856. in- 
cluding tt^fi siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 CapUins Swaffleld, Baldwin, Schrrtber and Herbert, Lieuts. Swettenham, Llilon, Mitchell, CassidV, 
Fairfax, P)lar, Jeffcock, Pepper and Baylby. Paymaster Travers, and Qr. Master Hopkins, lerTid In the 
Crimua from 24th May 1665, Including the sirge of Sebastopol and ailaek on the Redan on 8th Sept. (Medal 
and Clasp). 

Captam Brown served at the siege of Sebastopol from 15th June to lOth July 18S6 (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Capt. Law served with the 81st throughoutthe campaign of 1848 InAfikhanistan (Medal), including the 
actions of Maxeena, Teteen, and JugduUuck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements lead- 
ing to it. He served also the SutleJ campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Perozeshab, 
Buddiwai, Aliwal, and Sobraon (severely wounded): Medal and three Clasps. 

11 Capt. Hutton served the SutleJ campaign of 1845-48, and cairrled the colouHtif the 91st in the battles 
of Moodkee and Feroseshah (wounded) ; he was also present at Baddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and 
three Claeps). 

12 Captain Macbean, Lieuts. Leeson and Rycroft aerred at the slage of Sebastopol from 6th Aug. 1855, 
and attack on the Redan on the 8th S«pt. (Medal and Clasp). 

iS Captain Tvmpie and Lleit. Pearson served at the siege of Sebastopol from 8 S6pt. 1855, and at the 
attack on the Redan on the 8ih Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain i'r«vost served in the Crimea from 24th May 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and 
attack on the Redan on the 8th Sept. ; wounded on the 17th June and 7ih Sept. (Medal and Cla«p). 

15 Lieut. Cary served at the si<-ge of Sebastopol from I5lh June to 28rd Aug. 1855 (Medal and Cla«p). 

16 AssUt. Surgeon Atkinson served at the siegd of Sebastopol from 7th July 1855, and at the attack on the 
Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Assist. Surgeon Qrant served at the siege of Sebastopol ftrom Slst July 1855, and at the attack on the 
Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and rlai>p). 

( Continuation qf notes to S'2nd Foot.) 

8 Maior Carmichael served at the in and Snd siege operstioni before Mooltaa, and was at the action of Sootjkooad ; lad 
the right column of attack at the storm and capture of the city of Mooltan (wouuded), and was present at the sartender 
of the fortress, as also at the sartcnder of the fort and garrison of Chenioia, and at the battle of Goqierat (Medal and 
Clasps). 

7 Capt. Lowe served at the 1st and Snd siege operations before Mooltan, indndine the attack on the eQeny's position in 
front of the advanced trenches on iSth Sept. 1848, on which occasion he succeeded to the command of the eompaiiies of 
the 33iid Regt. that were engaged. He was also present at the action of Sooijkoond, storm and capture of the city and 
sorreuder of thefortress of Mooltan, sorreuder of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goo^erat (Medal ind 
Clasps). 

11 Captains Tard. Clapoott, aad W. A. Blrtwhistle» and Llent. Baasaao, served at the flrst and second siege 
operationB before Mooluu, inclading the attack on the enemy's position in fhint of the advanced trenehes on llth 
Sept. 1848, the action of Booijkoond. storm and capture of the eity, and sorrendcr of the fortress. Also present at the 
surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps.) Lt. Birtwhistle was 
wounded at Moolun ISth &pt. 1848. 

18 Capt. Moore vras present at the snntader of the fertrets of Mooltan, at the sanender of the fort and ganisod of 
Cheniote, and at the battle of Gooticrat (Medal and Clasps). 



50 Capt. Patterson serred in the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, inclndiag the ■torm and capture of the dtv. 
fle was also present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps) . 

51 Lieut. Joly served with the force under Sir Colin Campbell against the Afljlhan tribes of the Cabool ftonticr in 18»t, 
ind was present at the aJEaira of Nawaduad, Praughur, and Skarkote. 

SI* Paymr.Garferth served vrith the SSnd Bcgt. m Canada daring the rebdlion la 18S7, aadwaspreteat in th4 action of St. 
Bnsuehe. He served as Adjutant during the 1st and Snd siege onerationa before Mooltan, including the action of Soorikoond, 
itonn and capture of the city, aad surrender of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, 
ind at the battle of Ooqjeret (Medal and Clasps). . 

SS Capt. Power served at the 1st and Sod siege opentioas before Mo<dtan, inclading the attack on the enemy's position In 
IVont of the advanced trenehes on ISth Sept. 1848, the aaion of Sooijkoond, attack on the suburbs 37th Dec, storm and eap- 



iTont of the advanced trenehes on ISth Sept. 1848, the aaion of BooQkoond, attack on tne suburbs 37th Dec, storm and cap- 
ture of the dty and surrender of the fortress. He was Also at the Surrender of the fort and gaitlaon of Cheniote, and at the 
battle of Goqieiat (Medal and Clasps). 

:i4 Lt. Rodman served with the 6Snd Begt. in the campaign on the Sutl^ (Medal and Clasp). ladnding the hattlee of 
Ferooeshah and Sobraon. 

86 Lleots. if. BtnwhUUe, and Lawrence, served at the Snd siege oncratioas before Mooltan. iufdnding tKe storm and 
capture of the city, aad surrender of the fortress. Also at the sanender of the fort and garrison of Chttiotc, and battle 
of Goojcret (Medal and Clasps). 

56 Lieut. M'Cabe served with the Slst throughout the eamaalgn of 184S in Aflkhanistan under Genertd Pollock, and 
was present in the actions of Mascens, Teieen. and Ju|dalluck. and the occupation of Cabool and the different enrage- 
menu leading to it (Medal). Also the Sntld campaign in 184ft- 6, including the battles of Moodkee, FerotMihah, BudcGwal, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded) i Medal and Clasps. He served with the 18th Boyal Irish at the opbiatlonft in the Canton 
Biver under Oeneial D'Agnilar in April 1847. 

57 Quartermaster Giddiugs served ai the 1st aad Snd siege operations before Mooltan. inelndlng the action of 
Boorikoond, storm and eaptur* of the city, and surrender of the fortress. Also at tlie suiraader of the fort aad garriaoa 
of Cheniote and battle of Goojent (Medal and CiasM). . ... 

39 Docton Scott and CahiU. served at the 1st and Snd siege operations before Mooltan, including the capture of the 
city, aad sumnder of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, aad battle of Ooc^erat 
(Medal and Clasps). 



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••BOLBIA*' «« VIMBIRA" ••COBUNNA" "SALAMANCA" "PTEBMBBS- •• NIVBLLB" "WIVE" 
" OBTHBS ■» ••PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" " PUNJAtB" •• MOOLTAN" " OOOJBRAT." 



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Col.^lfiSiT waiottghby Cotton,* GCB. & KCH. En$. 31 Oct. 98 ; Lt. ff Capt. 25 
Nov.99; Capt.ffLt.'CoLl'iJvaieU; Co/.25 July 21 ; Maj.-Gen. 22Ju!y 
30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 64 ; Col, S'ind Regt. 17 Apr. 64. 

Lt. Cois.'-n. Vaughan Brooke,' CB. Ens. p 12 July 27 j Lt. Pll June SO; 
Ctfp^P22May,35; Jf«;.P22 July 42; i^-CoM 3 Sept. 48; Co/. 20 Jun«t 64. 

John Bardley Wiltnot Inglis/ PEns. 2 Aug. 33; Lt. 19 Jan. HO; Capt.P 20 
Sept. 43 ; Mqjor, P26 Feb. 48 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 7 June 49 j Lt.-Col, 20 Feb. 66 > 
Co/. 6 June 66. « ^ .« „ . 

3fa;or«.— William Ca8e,*^rw. 10 Feb. 32; Lt. 9 Feb. 38 ; Capt. P26 Feb. 42 ; Jlfiy. 
13 Sept. 48 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 28 March 66. 

James Dodiogton Carmlchael,* JBns. p 12 July 39; Lieut. 11 May 41; Capt. 
P 18 April 46 ; JtfVyor, 20 Feb. 65. 






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Captains. 
Edw.W. D. LoweT 
Frederick Yard".... 
William Bell" .... 
Charles Steeyens .. 
Henry William Bace 

John Moore^^ 

Charles Clapcott" . . 
James William Mansfield. 

Robert Stacy Colls" 

Wm. ASrde Birtwhistle" 

William Patterson*' 

William Power** 

Lieutenants. 

AlfVied Bassano" 

William Radman,*^ Adj. 
John Birtwhistle'* 

Bernard M*Cabe*« .... 
Samuel Hill Lawrence*' 
William James Anderson 
James Dugald Thomson 
I Frederick Wainwright .. 

Edm. de Lotbinidre Joly*> 

'Philip Primrose 

I Charles Rodick Rlcketts 
I John Edmondstbunc ... 

Pelham Caryer Webb . 

Charles Marshall Foster 

William Morse Crowdy. 

Edwin Harmar 

Robert Trotter Knox ... 

Henry Cook 

Ensigns. 

Henry George Browne . 

Henry Elkins Bennett . 

Nathaniel T. Crane . . . 

Joseph Brackenbhry . . . 

Evelyn Charles Hill 



ENSIGN. 



20 May 37 

P 12 Mar. 41 

30 Nov. 16 

7 Aug. 40 

16 Feb. 33 
1 Nov. 42 

P Id Apr. 46 

P23 Juae43 

14 Feb. 40 

P 12 Dec. 43 

17 April 42 
6 Apr. 46 



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3 Apr. 

2i Dec. 
Pll Dec. 

8 May 

12 Dec. 

16 Aug, 
4 May 49 

23 May 46 
P 16 Mar. 60 

18 Aug. 48 

8 Oct. 60 

P16 Oct. 60 

P 17 Auff. 62 

P 18 April 61 

27 June 61 
P 23 Mar. 66 

16 May 66 

16 June 66 



P 12 Mar. 41 p 23 May 46 
P 22 July 42 P26 Feb. 48 

26 Apr. 28 2 July 41 SO Jane 64 
P 28 Dec. 41 p 18 Jan. 60 

27 July 38 7 July 48 

3 Apr. 46 PlOSept. 61 
Pl2 June40 p 23 July 62 

4 July 45 15 Mar. 53 
24 Apr. 43 20 Feb. 66 

3 Apr. 46 29 May 66 
14 April 46 13 July 66 
P26 Feb. 48IP21 8ept.o6 

8 Cotovei Brooke lenrtd the Fuii* 

n^ «*■ -a !■**» *^*'"P*'S''*' ****"•» *■ """^ 
24 May 4o i aiand of the S2nd, and wat preicnt 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



Pll Ffeb. 48 

3 Sept. 49 
10 Apr. 49 

P 22 Feb. 60 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 17 Jan. 61 

12 Sept. 48 
P 23 July 62 

4 Aug. 61 
P 31 Dec. 62 
P 6 Jan. 66 
P 16 Mar. 65 

14 Apr. 66 

29 May 66 

P16 June 66 

13 July 66 
31 Aug. 66 



•t the Ut and Sod siege operationfe 
before Mooltao (inclading the action 
of Sooijkoond in eonihand of the left 



eolamn of attack), storm A ctpturt 
of the citj and sarrender of the for- 
tress of Hooltan, sarrender of thk 
fort and rarrimn of Chenim*-, an4 
bat tie of Goqjerat, for which service* 
he was nonninated a Compaiiiou oi 
the Bath (Medal and CUsps). 

4 Colonel Inslis served with th* 
32nd in Canada during the RabeilioB 
in 1837, and *■* prevent in ihr ac- 
tions of St. Denis and Bt. Biistarhe. 
He served also the rui^QbeanipFin 
of 1848-9. and was present at IM 
1st and 2nd siege operations belnrt 
Moolian, including the aitark nn (be 
enemy's position in front of the nd* 
vanced trenches on the ISih ^>ti» 
where, after the death of Lieut. CoL 
Pattonn, he succeeded to the ooin* 
maad of the right columii ot atlarki 
commanded the S3nd at the art ion of 
Booiikoond; And Also present at the 
storm and capture of the r\iy an I 
sarrender of the fortress of Mooltaii 



sarrender of the fortress of Mooitaii. 
nurrender of the fort and garrimm of Cheniote. and 
battle of Goqierai, for which sarrices he received th« 
brevet rank of Lieut.-Colonel (Medal and Clasi's). 

IS Miti. Bell was present at the battle of Oo^eraft 
(Medal and Claapa). 



31 Aug. 65 

P 14 Sept. 65 

P 9 Oct. 65 

23 Nov. 66 

^ P30 Nov. 55 

Paumaster.-'Whi. Garforth,"* 16 Apr. 32 ; Qr.-M. 28 June 44 : Ens. 3 April 46 ; 
A4fUtant.-'Li£ut. William Rudman, 13 Dec. 50. [Lieut. 24 Feb. 48. 

Quarter-Master.— John Giddings,** 13 Sept. 48. 
5wy«m.— Charlea Scott* M.D. 9 May, 46; Assist.-Siirg. 1 Nov. 34. 
i4«H*^.-iSttrfiF«m*.— Alexander Pelle CahlU » M.D. 3 April 48. 
William Boyd» 12 March 62. 
Facings y^Ydte— Agents, MeAsrs. Cox k Co. 

I Kr •WaVrnghbr Cotton aerred with the 8rd Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; and on that to Copenhaten ih 
1M7 whcf« ho was appointed I>epntT-AsalsUnt.AdJutaiit<Geiieral to the reserve under the Duke of Wellington, and waa 
nreanit ai the b«ttl« <« Kioge. In 1809 he aooompimied the Dn ~ ' ^ ^ " n— ... 

wnd to the I^hi Divinon daring the whole of the campaign of 



mMBtiOthebAtttoofkioge. In 1809 he accompanied theDaketo Spain, and served at Deputy-AaBistut-Ad|aUnt.O«- 
ScMl to the Light Division daring the whole of thecampaign of the retreat to Torres Vedras and the subsequfeni «d vwce. the 




AVBS present at ibe aaaaiui ooa caprure oi unomee vneoai). nir ^illoughbj .... — - -. ^-- r n-i— j-"... 

i Iient.-Col. Case served at the 1st and 8nd sietc« operations against Mooltan, part of the tune hi D^^jor ol Urtgadc^o 
the Sod IsfoBtrr Rrivada. inelading the aaaanlt on the subarbaof Mooltan. ITtb Dec. 1848, ( 
-.^.^.i^ th« Cowpuites of the S3nd that were engagcil, and W4» ver\ severely wouttdcd. Ue 



Qjnnp a nt— 0— _-_, - , 

_ * of the fort and gmrriaoa of Cheniote. and at the battle of Oocoerat (Medal and Clasps) . 

^7 CaatTCollaaervedwith the 39th Sagt. in the battle of ttaharajporc (Medal); »»>«* with »he Sjnd at 
OMnti^ bafow Mooltan. inefaiding the storm and eapt»f« of «K^*''.'"*.?!?7*\**'/ni?L?*^ 
3«e«tat the aanwadcr of the gwnriwNi of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goovent (Medal and Clasps) 
^ fPnr ramaindar of NotM U 



1848, on whitrh occasion he com- 
aftermardft presetatat 



the aiecond hieg* 
a. He vraa alio 



[Por remainder of Notes see precetiing page. 



33rf {orTheI>ukeofWtmngtoiC$)Regt.ofFooi. [^*%i^i^^- 

** SERINGAPATAM ** " WATERLOO." The Crest and Motto of the Dake of WeUlngtoii. 

"ALMA" "INKBBMAK" "SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL'-9 Wi Charles Yorke,' JEns. 22 Jan. 07 ; LimU. 18 Feb. 08 ; Capt. S4 

Dec. 13; Mqjor,0 Jane 26; Lievt.-Col. 80 Noy. 26; Col. 23 No?. 61; 

Major- Gen, 11 Not. 61 ; Col. 33rd Foot, 27 Sept 66. 
Lieut.'Cols* — John Douglas Jolinstone,' CB. Etis. p 16 Aug. 27 ; Lieut. 16 Mar. 

30 ; Capt. p 19 Oct. 38 ; Me^or, P 3 Oct. 48 ; Lt.-Col. 9 March 66. 
George Valentine Mundy,» CB. Lieut. 27 Feb. 36; Capt.^^ 1 May 40; Brev.- 

Mqj. 11 Nov. 61; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 64; Major, 29 Dec 64; Lt.-Cd. 

19 Sept 66. 
3f£^*or<.— John £. Collings/ Ens. 21 June 39; Lieut. 22 Jan. 42 : Capt. p3 

Oct 48 ; Mf(jor, 19 Sept. 66. 
Edw. Westby Donovan,* Ens. 10 Jan. 40 ; Lieut. 14 June 42 ; Capt. 22 Dec. 48; 

Brev.'Mq;. 17 July 66 ; Mgjory 26 Oct. 66. ; 



Captains. 
William Pretyman," 8, 
Henry Chas. Fitzgerald ^ 
John E. Taubman Quayle " 
Henry Disney Ellis*. 
Thomas Wickham»« . 

Richard Lacy 

Basil Fanshawe" . . . 
Frederic Smith Yacher/'^. 
Chas. Carter Barrett*' .. 
Walter George Nugent" 
Cha. Edwd. Mansfield,*^^. 
WUliam Henry Parry'*.. 

Alex. Bruce Wallis '* 

Buxton Martin Kenrick'* 
Edward Barker Prescott*^ 
John Ralph Carr** . . . 

LlEUTBlTAKTS. 

C.Moore Brabazon Slree '* 
John James Greenwood '* 
John Thornton Rogers' 

John Owens** 

John Trent** 

Charles Whateley Willi«» 
Arthur Edw. Aug. Ellis*^ 
Hn. RH.de Montmorency 
John Douglas Johnstone-* 

Francis A. BaU*« 

John Henry Campbell . . 
Geo.Talbot Worthington . 
Rich. Radcliffe Twinmg. . 
Lestock Reid Forbes .... 
Birchall George Qraliam 
Fred. WiUiam Benwell.. 
George Aug. Yaughan . . 

WiUiam Bally 

Richard Slatham 

Richard Lane Bayliff .. 
Randal Howland Roberts 
George Aug. Eliott 
A. R.Wm.Thistlethwayto 
Herbert Edw. Geo. Crosse 

BVSIONS. 

Arthur M. Peter Browne 

William Coxon 

Henry Gillespie Boyd . . 
George Robert Morgan • . 
John E?ans Freke Aylmer 
^Teorge Toseland,** Atfj. 
William Hugh Thomas . . 
Murray D. V. T. Grant. . 

William Henry Gore 

James Maurice Shipton 

Marcus Lynch 

Frederick Easton 

Richard Thos. B. Browne 
Edward Tanner .... 



BM8ION. 



P 8 May 40 
P 26 Sept. 40 
P 7 8ept41 

14 June 42 
P 26 Oct 42 

11 Mar. 42 
P 14 Apr. 46 

8 Dec. 46 
P 22 Jan. 47 
P 16 Aug. 48 
P 1 Sept 48 
P 20 Oct 48 

22 Dec. 48 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P22Apr. 63 

P 18 Aug. 52 
P 16 Oct 62 
P 13 May 63 

9 Aug. 64 
P 19 Aug. 61 

10 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 
Pl8Aug.64 

27 Oct 64^ 
3 Nov. 64 
2 Dec. 63 

16 Dec. 64 
P 26 Jan. 66 

26 Jan. 66 

18 Feb. 66 

19 Feb. 66 

20 Feb. 66 
P 16 Sept 64 
P 10 Mar. 66 

19 Mar. 66 
14 Mar. 66 
16 Mar. 66 
16 Mar. 66 
11 May 66 

8 June 66 

20 July 66 
26 July 66 

26 July 66 

27 July 66 
16 Aug. 66 
14 Sept 66 

21 Sept 66 

9 Oct 66 
14 Oct 66 
16 Oct 66 
16 Oct 66 
26 Oct 66 

P80Noy.66 



LIEUT. 



P 6 Aug. 42 
9 Oct 42 

7 Nov. 43 
P31 Jan. 46 
p 22 Dec. 46 
P 27 Sept 44 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 20 Oct 48 

10 Sept. 49 
P 9 July 60 
P 8 Aug. 61 
P 2 Jan. 62 
P 6 July 62 
P 21 Sept 62 
P 8 Apr. 63 

24 Sept 64 

16 Sept 64 

21 Sept 64 

6 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 
P 3 June 63 

12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 

9 Feb. 66 
9 Feb. 66 

16 Feb. 66 

9 Mar. 66 

6 June 66 

19 June 66 

19 June 66 

26 June 66 

24 Aug. 66 

9 Sept. 66 

19 Sept 66 

16 Oct 66 

16 Oct 66 

16 Oct 66 

26 Oct 66 

P 9 Nov. 66 



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P118ept4U 

P 2 Jan. 62 

p 26 Mar. 62 

P 21 Sept. 62 

P26Mar.63 

6 June 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

19 Jan. 66 

24 Aug. 66 

19 Sept 65 

26 Oct 66 

P 2 Nov. 66 



DRET.-MAJ. 



2 Nof . 66 

2 Nov. 66 
2 Nov. 66 



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S3rf (or Tlie Duke of JVetiinffton's) Regt of Foot. 112 



Years' 8eiT.| 


Full 


Hair 


p«r. 


Pay. 


2 





1 





2 





U 1 1 


3 0| 


2 1 0| 


2 






Pa^/iuz^^.— John Thompson,^ 26 May 55 ; J?n«. 5 No7. 54; Zieu/. Marcb 55. 
Adjutant. — Entign George Tcweland,*^ 15 Aag. 55. 
Quarter-Master. ^Ys^vmrd Vysc * 14 July 64. 
5ttrp«m.— William Mure Muir,* MD. 24 Feb. 54; Auist.-Surg, 22 Not. 42. 
" ' Amst,'Surg€oni,^^ohn Ogilvy,»' MB. 15 July 53. 
Thomas Clark,"^ 7 April 54. 
John Vernon Seddall,^ MD. 13 Oct. 54. 

Facings Red. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I Ui^oMieiiMral Yorke senred in the Penlniula with the 68nd Regt, and was prnent at the battlef of 
Tlmlera, Faentee d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittorla, Pyrenpes, Nlvelle (wounded), Nive, and Ortbe* (tevcrely 
wounded), and at the tlegee of Ciudad Rodrlgo, and Badi^oi (wounded), for which he hae rcceiTed the 
War Medal with ten Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

9 Lieut.-Colonel Johnstone served the Eastern campaign of 18S4-&5, Including the siege of Sebastopol: 
he wae Field Offlear in command of the trenches at the taking of the Quarries on the 7ih June ; com- 
manded the 33rd Segt. In the asMUlt on the 18th June, and was scTcrely wounded by gmpo shot ; left 
arm amputeted (Medal and Clasp and CB.). 

3 Lieat .-Colonel Mundy served with the Coldstream Guards in Canada during the Rebellion in 1887. 
ne served the Eastern campaign of 1854-05, with the SSrd Regt., Including tlie battles of Alma (horse 
kiUed) and Inkerman (where he commanded the Regt.). siege and fall of Sebailopol (wounded in the 
trenches), and assault on the Redan on the 16th June (wounded): Medal and Clasps, andCB. 

4 M^Jor Collings serred the Eastern campulgn of 1854-65, including the battles of Alma and Inkennan, 
siece and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the 18th June (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Mi^or Donoran serred In the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, indading the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol— se?erely wounded in the trenches on the 10th of April (Medal and 
three Claspe and Breret of M^or). 

6 Mi^or Pretymaa senrod the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, with the 83rd Regt, up to 80lh Feb. 1856, 
when he was appointed Brigade Major to lit Brigade, Light liivision ; was present at the battles of Ahua 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and assault on the 18ih June, and 8th Sept (Medal and Clasps). 

7 C»plaln Fitzgerald served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and ivas severely wounded at the battle 
of Aima (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Major Quavle served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battles of Alma (carried the 
colour) and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and attack on the Redan on the 18tb June— dangerously 
wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

Mi^or Ellis senred at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855 (wounded 15th Aug.), and at the assaolts on the 
Redan on the 18th June, and 8th Sept. (wounded) : Medal and Clasp. 

10 C^tatn Wickham served at the aiege of Sebastopol and was severely wounded at the attack on the 
Redan on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

II Major Faiishawe s<>rved at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and at the assault on the Redan on the 
18th Jane (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Captains Vacher and Nugent served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of 
Alma end Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

IS Captain Barrett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Adjutant of the SSrd Regt, including the 
battlea of the Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasp«). 

U Captain Mansfield served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Colin Campbell throughout the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava (Medal and Claspn). 

15 Capuins Parry and Kenrlck served In the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clatpi). 

16 Captain Wallls carried a colour at the Alma, and although severely wounded through the thigh 
lemaiavd with the Regt until after the dose of the action (Medal and Cla«p). 

17 Captain Procott senred at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, and was severely wonitded on the 15th 
Aug. (Medal and Clasp). 

IS Ueuu. Siree and Greenwood served in the Eastern campaign in 1854, were severely wounded while 
carrying the colours at the baUle of Alma (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Captain Carr served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol, and asfaths on the 18tli June and 8ih S<pt. (Medal and Clwps). 

90 Lieut Rocers served at the siege of Sebastopol from 13th Nov. 1S54, until the fall of the place, and 
was piesent at the assaults on the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Sept (Medal and Clasp). 

81 Lieut Olrena served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(dangerously wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (twice wounded In the trench<«s) : Medal and Clasps. 

2S Lieut TrHut served at the siege of Sebastopol, and was wounded at the assault on the Redan on the 
8th Sept 1856 (Medul). 

53 Lieut. Willis served at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, and assaults on the Redan on the 18th June, 
and Sth 8fpt— wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

54 Ueuti. Ellts and Bull ^erved at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

95 Lieut. Johnstone served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1865, agd at the assault on the Redan on the 
IBih June (Medal and Clasp). 

55 Ensign Toseland »erTfdat the siege of Sebastopol, and assaolti on the Redan on the 18th June and 
8lh Sept.— woupded (Medal and Clasp). 

56 Parmaster Thompson, Surgeon Mulr, and Qr.-Master Vyse serred the Eastern campaign of 1854-69, 
Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and sleze of Sebastopol (Mecfal and two Clasps). 

97 Aasist.-Surgeona Ogilry and Cldvk served the Eastern campaign of 1664-56, including the battles of 
All. a and Inkerman, alege of Sebastopol, and assaults on the Redan on the 18lh June and Sth Sept. 
(Medal and Claeps). 

98 Aaslat-Snrceon Si^ddall served at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, and assault on the Redan on the 
Sth Sept (Medal and Clasp). 



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113 

"ALBUHERA" ''ARROYO DOS MOLINOS" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" 
geam^ServJ "NIVELLE" "NIVE" "ORTHES" "PENINSULA" "SEVASTOPOL." 



74 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



Colonel,-— Ij^ Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane,' Bart. GCB. GCH. JEna. 10 

Jan. 1782; Lieut. 30 July 91; Capt, 12 April 93; Mc(jwr, 5 Aug. 95; 

LieuL-CoL 4 April 1800; Col. 25 July 10 ; Mqjor-Qen. 4 June 13; Lieut.^ 

Gen, 27 May 25; Oen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 84th Regt. 16 Dec. 26. 
Lieut.-ColoneU.— Richard D. Kelly,' Ens. 7 March 34 ; Xf. p 30 July 36 ; Capt. 

P 24 Sept. 41 ; Mqjor, P 17 March 48 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 54; Zt.'-Col. 

9 March 55. 
Arthur Cyril Goodenough,^ Em. p 8 April 34 ; Zieut. p 25 Not. 36 ; Capt. p 26 

Oct. 41 ; Mqj., 27 March 48; Brev. Lt.-Col. 6 Jan 55 ; Lt.-CoL 26 Oct. 55. 
Mcijors,-^Q\iii Simpson,^ Ena. p 13 Mar. 35 ; Lieut, p 3 Noy. 37 ; Capt. p 26 Jan. 

44; Major^ 29 Dec. 54; Brev. Lt.-Col. 17 July 55. 
John Gwilt,» Ena. p 25 Nov. 36 ; Lt, p 10 Aug. 88 ; Capt. p 14 Feb. 45 ; Brev.- 

Maj. 17 July 55 ; Mtyor, 26 Oct. 55. 



Captains. 

James Maxwell' 

Mawdistly Gaussen Best^ 

William Warry 8 

Joseph Jordan' 

John Peel'® 

Henry Edward Bale" 
Francis P. Cassidy.... 

David Steuart 

Geo.Ed.BrownWe8thead»* 
GranviUe WiUiam Pugel'^ 
Robert Campbell* .... 
Arthur George Shawe. . 
Geo. Byng Harman*' . . 
Edward Herman Marsh '^ 

Arthur ^coti'^ 

Art. Trevor L. Chapman"* 

LIBUTENANT8. 

Abel Woodroflfe Boyce*«. 
John Leslie Moore*^ • . • 
Jno.W.Brt>oktO'Loghlin*7 
Edmund P. L. Mathew. 
John Byron," Adij. . . . 
Thomas Harry Saunders**^ 
so 



BNSION. 



Francis Peel 

John Francis Wyse** 

Rupert Inglis Cochrane " 

Edward Jordan^^ 

Wm. Matthew Dunbar".. 

Tyssen Sowlcy Holroyd" 

Heury Lampen'^ 

Alexander Watson '? .... 
Noel Alleyne Harris**... 
Spencer Ley Greaves*' . . 
Julius Dyson Laurie^. . . . 
Thomas Lindsay Stack . . 
Rich. Jno. Philip Leeson'^ 
Hopton Scott Stewart 
Edw. Wildman B. YillieiB 
Richard Lewes Dashwood 
Ensigkb. 

Charles de St. Croix 11 May 55 

Theodore G. B. Applegate 15 May 55 
Lyndon John Grier .... 1 June 55 
Edward O'Connor Layeiy 6 July 55 

George Malcolm 6 July 55 

James William Leech .. 17 July 55 

Bertie Shiffner 18 July 55 

Francis Wood 19 July 55 

Robert Paterson Fox . . 20 July 55 
Isaac William Home.... 27 July 55 
Arthur Wheatley Gilley . . 17 Aug. 55 
Mark Burgh Rochfort . . 31 Aug. 55 
David W. Balfour Ogilvy 21 Sept. 55 
Charles Lewes Dashwood p 9 Oct. 55 



P 24 Sept. 41 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 22 June 47 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 25 Nov. 28 
P17Mar. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 May 48 
1 April 36 
Pl8Sfpt.49 
P23NOV. 49 
P 15 July 53 
P24NOV. 49 

P 17 May 50 
P17Sept.50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 9 Sept. 51 
P 18 Feb. 52 
P 9 July 52 
P25 Nov. 53 
6 June 54 
14 July 54 
P25 Aug. 54 

5 Jan. 55 
P 12 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 

14 July 54 
13 Feb. 55 

15 Feb. 55 

16 Feb. 55 
20 Feb. 55 
16 Mar. 55 

6 Apr. 55 
24 Apr. 55 
18 May 55 



CAPTAIN. 



P 18 Oct. 
P21 July 
P 12 Feb. 

27 Mar. 
P 19 Oct. 
p21 July 

13 Dec. 
P 26 Oct. 
P 25 Jan. 
P IFeb. 
P 8 Feb. 

23 Aug. 
P 21 June 
P 17 Sept. 

15 Dec. 
P 7 Mar. 



P22 

P 7 
P14 
P29 
P25 
6 
10 



43 

46 

47 

48 

49 

48 

31 

49 20 

50 1 29 

50 

50 

89 

50 

50 

54 

51 



P 29 Oct. 52 

P 13 Sept. 53 

Pll Mar. 53 

6 June 54 

14 June 54 

15 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
23 Mar. 55 
8 June 55 
19 June 55 
19 June 55 
19 June 55 

19 June 55 
13 July 55 

20 July 55 
27 July 55 

2 Aug. 55 

4 Sept. 55 

P OOct 55 



29 
7 
19 
19 
P31 
26 



June 47 
Mar. 51 
May 52 
Oct. 52 
Nov. 58 
June 54 
Nov. 48 
Deo. 54 
Dec. 54 
Dec. 54 
Dec. 54 
Feb. 51 
June 55 
June 55 
Aug. 55 
Oct. 55 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



2 Nov. 55 



2 Nof . 55 
17 July 55 



2 Noy. 55 



1 SlrThomaiBrivbaneJoined 
I the Duke of York's army In the 
1 beginning of the war, and was 
I present tn every action eicept 
j that of the 92nd May M» when 
, he was confined from a wound 
I received in the action of the 
18ih of the same month. He 
was subsequently present at 
the taking of various islanda, 
forts, 4cc. Ill the West Indies, 
under Sir Ralph Abercromby. 
Sir Thomas has received the 
Gold Cross and one Clasp for 
Vittoria, Pyrenees, Kivellc, 
Orthes, and Toulouse (where 
he was wounded); and the 
Silver War Medal with one 
Clasp for the Mive. 



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34M {The Cvmhrland) Regt. of Foot. 114 



Ye«r$'8erY. 


Pall IMf 


Paj. P.y. 


28 





4 





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2 





2 






Paymaster.^Cht^. BoyBeRoche^'^SO No7.38 ^n«.18 Jan.SS; Lt, SI June 82. 

Ai^utant.— Lieut. John Byron,»« 30 Nov. 66. 

Quarter-Miuter.— Terence Rowan,** 28 April 64. 

Stargeon^— Joseph Hamilton Dwyer,'*3 Nov. 64; Auist.^Surg, 14 Nor. 46. 

AstUt.-SurgMns.—lLichtiT^ Jukes Worthington,'^ 26 May 64. 

Wallace Haward,** 7 June 64. 

Edward Maaon Wrench," 3 Nov. 64. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Mesen. Cox & Co. 

2 Lt-Col<mel Kelly 8arve4 at tha siege of Sebastopol in 1855 ; commanded the Gturd in the trencbee on 
the 22nd March» when he was in>imded and taken prtioner In a eortie of the Rassiana (Medal and Claap). 

3 Lt.-Colonel Ooodenough served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-59, and commanded the S4th Regt. at 
the assaalt of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal and Clasp). 

4 Lt-Colonei Simpson served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-65 ; commanded a party in the aasanit 
(voonded) and eaptnre of the Quarries ; also present at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and 
dasp, and Brevet Lt.-CoL). 

5 Mi^cr Owilt served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1 854-55 ; yru present at the eaptnre of the Rifle Pits on 
the 19th ^pril, and commanded the 84tb Regt. at the assault of the Redan on the I8th June— severely 
woonded (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Mi^or Maxvell served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and was severely wounded by the bursting of 
a shell in the trenches, 26th May (Me4al and Clasp, and Brevet Mi^or). 

7 Captain Best served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855« and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal 
and Clasp). 

8 Captain Warty served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866, and was severely contused on the 18th June in 
the trenches (Medal and Clasp). 

9 M^or Jordan served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1S66, sortie of the 22nd Marsh, oaptnre of the Rite 
Pita 1 9th April, sortie of 9th May, and assault of the RedCi on the 18th June— severely wounded (Medal and 
Clasps, and Brevet M^or). 

10 Mi^or Peel served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and capture of the Quarries— severely wounded 
(Medal and Clasp, and Brevet Mi^jor). 

1 1 Captain Ball served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-65, and was severely wounded in the trenches 6th 
April— forefinger of left hand amputated (Medal and Clasp). 

12 Captain Westhead served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and capture of the Qnarriea— severely 
wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

13 Capuins Pnget, Mareh, Scott, and Chapman, and Lt. Gochnne served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854- 
55 (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain Campbell served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Mjjor Herman served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, capture of the Rifle Pits on the 1 9th April, 
and eommanded the Grenadiers of the 34th Regt at the assault of the Redan on the 1 8th June, when he 
received seven severe wounds (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet Major). 

16 Lieat Boyce served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and assaults on the Redan on the Uth June and 
8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Lieuts. Moore, O'Loghlin, Jordan, Dunbar, Holroyd, Lampen, Watson, Greaves, and Leeson, served at 
the siege of Sebastopol in i b55 (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieut. Byron served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854, and was wounded and taken prisoner in a sortie 
by the Russians on the night of the 20th Dec. (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lieut Saundera served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was severely wounded at the capture of 
the Quarries on the 7th June (Medal and Clasp). 

20 Lieut Peel served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was wounded at the assault of the Redan on 
the iSth June <Medal and Clasp). 

21 Lieat Wise served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and at the assault of the Redan on the Uth 
June (Medal and Clasp). 

22 Lieut. Harris served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1865, and was severely wonnded at the assault of the 
Bedan ou the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 

23 Lieut Laurie served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was severely wounded at the assault of the 
R«dan on the 8th Sept, was also wounded on a former occasion (Medal and Clasp). 

24 Paymaster Roche, Qr .-Master Rowan, and Assist Burgeon Hawaid, served at the siege of Sebastopol In 
1854-55 ( Medal and Clasp). 

25 Surgeon Dwyer served in the 18th Royal Irish with the force under Sir George D'Agnllar in the Can- 
ton River in 1847; also throuRhout the Burmese war of 1862 and 58 (Medal). Served with the S4lh Regt. 
at the siege of Sebastopol in 1856 (Medal and aasp). 

26 Asslst-Suigeon Worthington served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

ST AssiBt-Soigeon Wrench served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-65. and aasault ol the Redan on i^e 
18th JiuM (Media and Clasp). 



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115 35^A {Royal Sussex) Regimmt of Foot. UrrfinCa^^tu?*!)^^^ 

"MAIDA." 

Coloneh—1^ Wi Sir George Henry Fred. Berkeley,^ KCB. Cornet^ 21 Jan. 02 ; 

Lieut, 27 Aug. 03; Capt, 1 May 05; Major y 28 Jan. 08; Lieut, -Coh 13 

June 11 ; CoL 27 May ^b-, Mr^.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Z^-Gen-O Nof.46; Gen. 

20 June 54; CeL 35th Regt. 11 July 45. 
Xt£U^.- Co/one^.— Bdward Hely Hutchinson, uETti^. p20 Mar. 27; Lieut. PIG 

Sept. 20; Capt. p8 June 38; Mqjor,Pn May 50; Lieui,'Col. 20 June 54. 
W. Kaikes Faber,» 2nd Lt, p 10 Apr. 26 ; Lt. p 28 Aug. 28 ; Capt. p 22 May 85 ; 

J9rco.-ilf <y .23 Dec. 42 ; 3f<y'. P 17 Nov. 43 ; X^-Co/. P 1 5 Dec. 48; CW.28 Nov.54. 
Jtfiyor*.— James Tedlie, Ens. p 19 May 26 ; Lieut, p 5 June 27 ; Capt, 23 July 

38; 3f<^/ar, 8 July 51. 
Charles Beamish, Sru. p26 Apr. 31 ; Lieut, p 20 Mar. 35 ; Capt, p 31 Dec. 39 ; 

Brev.-Mq jor, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, 20 June 54. 



Tears' Sert. 


54 


Full 


Half 


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P«y. 


28 


1 


27 


3ft 


30 


M 


25 





23 





19 





17 





16 





16 





14 





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8 





7 





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4 





10 


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8 





8 





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8 





4 





3 





4 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





14 





5 





2 





17 





4 





2 





2 






Captains. 
Frederick English ..... 

Thomas Tculon 

Robert Henry Price . . 

Archibald Tisdall 

Fred. George Elklngton 
William Ranby Goate 
Oliver Nicolls Cliatterton 
M. VilliersSankey Morton 
James Bickerstaff ...... 

Chas. Fred Browne .... 

Arthur J. Le Grand .... 

Henry Edward Mooro . . 

Lieutenants. 
Samuel Fritche Blyth .. 
Wm. Henry Ballingall . . 

John Harris 

William Glynne Massey 
Ranulph Charles Lee . . 
Wm. F. G. Forster, adj, 
John Ormsby Vandeleur 

John Davis •• 

John Henry Blake 

Johu Hcitry Nott 

Alfred John Ford 

Norrls Goddard 

Donald William Dundas 

Edward Tedlie 

Alex. John C. Warrand . . 
Robert J. Gordon Grant' 
C. G. Macregor Skinner 

Thomas Lloyd 

Albert John Revell •• . 
Mars Mourier Pohle 



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P22 Mar. 
P 29 Dec. 
Pdl Dec. 39 

26 June 40 
P 4 Sept. 40 

15 April 42 
p 26 July 33 
p 3 May 44 
Pli Nov. 45 

19 May 43 
P 5 Sept. 43 



I*'17 June36 
37** 16 Dec. 40 



*^ 3 Mav 44 
^20 Sept. 44 
**31 Dec. 44 
29 May 45 
P 5 Aug. 36 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 12 May 48 
9 June 46 
16 April 45 



P 3 Sept. 47 P17 May 50 

2«Apr. 46 IP 23 June 48 
P 5 Apr. 44| 11 Oct. 46 



P31 Dec. 47 
P 16 June 48 
P21 Aug. 49 
8 July 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 

18 Apr. 46 
P12Sept. 48 

18 Aug. 48 
P 17 Jan. 51 

29 Dec. 48 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 29 July 53 

24 Jan. 52 
P 13 May 53 
P 3 Mar. 54 
P 28 Mar. 54 



P 24 Nov. 54 
William Meadows Ansell p 7 July 54 

Ensigns. 
WoodfordWrightSherlock 
Richard Trimen 
Robert Henry W. Troup . 
Wm. Henry Bayly Payn 



8 July 51 

P 30 Jan. 52 

P28Mar. 54 

20 June 54 

20 June 54 

20 June 54 

P 4 Jan. 50 

P 14 Feb. 51 

P 18 July 51 

P 1 April 53 

8 July 53 

23 June 54 

P 14 July 54 

P 10 Dec. 52 

P 7 June 54 

P24NOV. 54 

26 Jan. 55 

P 3 Aug. 

2 Oct. 



, 55 

55 



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11 Nov. 61 



P 15 Dec. 40 

P31 Dec. 47 

P 23 June 48 

Pll May 49 

P 13 July 49 

P 14 Dec. 49 

15 Apg. 48 

20 June 54 

20 June 54 

P 22 April 53 

6 June 54 

P24NOV. 54 



1 Col. Faber senred with the 49th 
Begt. throughout the wu with China 
(Medal), and was preae&t at the 
flntaadBeeoBdeaptureaof Chuiaa. 
■tonn and capture of the hclrhta 
above Canton, attack and eapture 
of Amoy and of Chinhae, occnpatioii 
of Nlngpo and repulse of the night- 
atUek. attack and capture of tba 
enrmjr's enuvochcd camp ttu th« 
heights of Segoan. of Chapoo, and 
of WooBung, and laTestment of 
Nankin. 

S Lieut. Grant was present at 
the stunn and aestructloaa of Che 
fortifled] natiTC Mandingo town of 
Sab^ee,' on the Gambia, on the Ist 
June ISAS. 



; P 13 July 55 ' 
P21 Sept. 55 1 
.Pl5May 55 
7 Dec. 65 ' 
Pa}pnastef,^iQWji Mills Hewson, 28 Sept. 47; Bns, 28 March 42; X^ 29 
Adjutant,— Lieut, W. F. Godolphin Forster, 20 June 54. [Dec. 43. 

Quarter-Master, — Michael McLongblin, 13 Jan. 54. 

Surgeon. — ^James Walker Chambers, M.D., 6 Aug. 47 ; Assist,'Surg, 4 Oct. 39. 
Assistant' Surgeons, — ^Wllliam George Clarke, 26 March 52. 
Edward Thisclton, 20 June 54. 
Leslie Ogilby Patterson, 20 June 54. 
Facings BluQ, — Agents,'M.eBBn, Cox &, Co. 

1 8ir G<N)rge Berkeley gcrved in Egypt In 1807, and was present at the taking of Alexandria. In 1800 he 
wa« appointed Asslitant- Adjutant- General to the army in Portugal, and was present tn the actions of the 
10th, nth, and ISth Hay, 1800, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Fuentcs d'Onor, siege of 
Bad^jlos In 1811, also its subsequent siege, storm, and capture; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
siege of Rurgos, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Ylttorla, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of 
thts Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nire. Served also the campaign of 1816, including the battle of 
Waterloo, at which he was severely wounded. He commanded the troopt at the Cape of Good Hope, and 
conducted the operations against the Katflrs In 1847, which brought that war to a Sttecee9f\il termination. 
Sir George has received the Gold Cross and three Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Badi^ot, Salananca, 
TlCtorta, Sao SebastUmiand NiTe { and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Talarera. 



S^SLSS .] ifith(,Themrefi»rd,hire)Jteffto/Foot['*Si^^1:ST] 116 



r«an'8enr. 



51 



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40 
30 
26 



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Paj. 



"Finn." "HIXDOOSTAN" "ROLEIA" "TIMIBRA" "CX)RUNNA»» -SALA- 

MANCA" "PYRENEES" ««NIVELLE" "NI7E" •'ORTHES" "TOULOUSE'' 

"PENINSULA." 

CMoneZ.— 9 WilUam Henry Scott,> JSW*. 27 Oct. 06* L^. ^ Capi, 28 March 11 ; 

Capt. «• X^.-Coi. 6 July 16; Col. 10 Jan. 37; Mtnor-Gen. 9 Noy, 46: 

Lt.'Gen. 20 June 64 ; CoZ. 36th Foot, 31 Oct. 64. 
Lieut.-Colonel. — Ch&Tle* Ashmore, £ns, 26 Dec 13; Lieui. 13 April 20; 

Capt. P19 Aug. 28 ; Mqf. P 16 Dec. 40 ; LL-CoL 22 May 46 ; Coi. 20 June 64, 
Mqfan.—Bdwiad R. King, 2nd Lieut. 16 Feb. 26 ; Lieut, p 31 July 28 : Capt. 

P4 Dec. 32 ; Mtyar, 22 May 46 ; Brev. Lieut.- Col. 20 June 64. 
WiUiam Robert HaUday, £ns. p 12 Feb. 30 ; X^ 3 Mar. 33 ; Capt. p 1 1 Nor. 36 ; 

Brevet Mqjor, 9 Noy. 46; 3iqjor, p3 Aug. 49 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 Jane 64. 



Captains. 

James Nugent 

Tho.Mathia8LuzWegueUn 
Bdward Charles Sutler,*. 

JohnPntt 

Lewis Alex. Patrick Boyd 
Wm. Ryland Rainsford 
Augustus William Old 
Charles Woodwright*. . 

Rickard Lloyd 

W. Hy. Acland Dashwood 
John Arthur Brockman 
Thomas Rice 



LiBUTBNANTS. 

Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall 
Bernard Robert Shaw . . 
Richard Harbord, A^\ . . 

Alfred Macdonald 

J. Welman Helyar,d.il4;. 
William Tyler Stuart .... 
Arthur Manning Tuck . . 
John Manderille Hugo . . 
Alexander Fred. Stewart 

Richard Lloyd 

P. X. De Coney Orange 
Fred. WiUoughby Harris 

WUliamC. Hill 

Christopher Hodgson 

Ensigns. 

Edmond Mahon 

Thomas Scarlett 

Aagustus Henry Hartford 
Horace Edward Willett. 
James Cole Jackson . . . 
Richard Lloyd Hawkes. 
Rhinardt Gun 



BNSION. I LIEUT. 



P 16 Apra36 
P 23 Dec. 36 
P 13 Jan. 37 
P 8 June 30 
21 May 29 
P 6 Jan. 43iP 31 Jan. 46 
P20'Sept.44iP 6 Aug. 47 



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P 13 Mar. 40 

P 2AprU41 

26 June 46 

20 May 42 



P26 Aug. 46 P 11 April 51 



11 Jan. 30 P22Sept.43 20 June 64 

P 28 June 39 P 29 Dec. 43 20JaQe64 

P 6 Mar. 41 P23 Aug. 44 

8 June 36 22 May 46 

P 9 Oct. 36 30 Mar. 47 

P 11 April 61 

P 17 Oct. 61 

21 Mar. 63 

6 June 64 

P 8 June 66 

8 Not. 66 

P28 Dec. 66 



12 Sept. 41 
P 22 Sept. 43 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 7 June 44 



23 Sept. 43 26 June 46 
P 10 July 46 P23Mar. 49 
P22Dec. 46 P 11 April 51 
P24N0V. 48 •30Jan. 62 
P26N0T. 48 P 23 July 62 

20 Oct. 48 3 Mar. 63 
P 14 Mar. 51 6 June 64 
P 16 Sept. 51 6 June 64 
P 19 Aug. 61 11 Aug. 64 
P 17 Aug. 621 9 Mar. 66 

6 June 64 P 30 Mar. 66 
P 20 Oct. 54 ; P 8 June 65 

10April56:P21Sept.65 

1 Sept. 64 



1 Lt.-Oen. Scott proeead«d 
to the Peiilniula In 1808, and 
was pretest wUb tiie Sooti 
FusiUar Guards at th« passare 
of theI)oaro,captar« of Oporto, 
subseqaent retreat of Soult't 
army, and battle of Talavera, 
where he was wounded througli 
tlie bodf, and being loft there 
in hospital, he was made pri- 
soner. He commanded the 
Scots Fusilier Guards for up- 
wards of three years. Has re- 
ceireU the War Medal with one 
Clasp for Talavera. 



8 Nov. 66 
8 Doctor Jopp serf ed with the Queen's Roy- 
I als during the campaign of 1844-48 in t&e 
9£ HTflv FJ^ Southern Concan and Sawant Warrae coantnr, 
oT \ir^ ee I Including the storming of seTeralstockades,and 
31 May 55 1 the in?estment and capture of the Foru of 

1 June 65 1 Monohur and Munsuntosh. 

16 June 55 i 

P 17 Aug. 55 

30 Not. 65 

21 Dec. 55 



Paynui^cr.— William Stuart, 11 Jan. 50; Qr. Master^ 10 July 36. 
Addfutawt.-^lAeut. Richard Harbord, 23 March 49. 
Qftarter-Master. — Joseph Brooltes, 30 Mar. 56. 
Sur^eim.— James Jopp/M.D. 1 Jan. 47; At9%Bt.^Surg. 22 Feb. 39. 
AsHst. -Surgeons.— 'John Richard Tobin, 21 Oct. 53. 

Stephen Massett Webb, M.D. 19 May 54. 
Facings Grass Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 



S OiVtais Woodwright senred witb the 18tli Royal Irish on the China Expedition (Medal), and was 
VRMBt at the capture of Amoy, Cbapoo, Shanghai, Woosung, and Chinktangfoo, and at the eon- 
^■dlng opentlons before Nankin. Also throughout the Burmese war of 1888-68 (Medal); was on board 
the B. L C. atenmer PhUgeihon, during the naTal action and destruction of the enemy's stockadae on 
^ Raagoon RlTer, also landed In command of a Company of the 18tb, and with the marines of the 



pfiBur Compantes of the 18th with Sir* John Cheape's force during the whole of the successful opemtiona 
« the DoMbcw distrlet, tndnding the assault of a breastwork 17th March 1858 (wounded)^ and ending in 
wt storming and capture on the lOth March of the stronghold of the Burmese chi«^|g^^t^<jFi^(j(jo |^^ 



ZUh {The North Ifamp$hire) lUfft. qfFoot. 



[£mb. Ceylon, 18 Not. 46. 
Depoi at Chatham. 




93 7A 
91 



"MINDEN" "TOURNAY" "PENINSULA." 
Colonel— WiWUim Smelt,* CB. Comet, 16 March 98; X*. 11 Dec. 99; Capt, 91 

March 05 ; Mmj, 28 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-Col. 4 June 14; Col. 22 July 30 ; Mqjor- 

Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 37th Foot, 11 April 51. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.^Vmucli Skelly, Snt. p6 July, 26; Lieut. 18 Sept. 28 ; Capt. 

P21 Sept. 32; Jf^yVw, p2 July 41; Lieut. -Col. S Sept 47 ; Co/. 28 Nov. 54. 
Egerton Charles Wm. Miles Milman, Ens. 6c Lieut, p 24 April 35 ; Lieut. &. Capt. 

P5 Feb. 41 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p 7 April 48 ; Col 28 Nov. 54. 
Migort.^Wm. Longworth Dames, JSns. p 26 July 26 ; Li. p 24 Nov. 28 ; Capt. 

P 27 June 34 ; Mqj. p 12 Oct. 41 ; Brev. Lt.-Col 1 Nov. 42 ; Col 20 June 54. 
John Owen Lewis, Ens. p 11 July 35 ; Lieut. 9 July 38 ; Capt. P 29 Oct. 41 ; 

Brev.'Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Major, P 26 Oct. 55. 



p 28 July 40 iP 20 Feb. 46 
p 2 July 41 |P26 Juue46 



1 Sept. 40 j 
P17 June42 

20 May 44 
P 22 Dec. 43 



12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 7 June 50 
P 8 Mar. 50 



BRBV.-UAJ. 



20 June 54 



Captains. ^^^}^.. 

Edward D. Atkinson . . . . p 6 Oct. 37 
Arthur M, Alex. Bowers. . p 29 Dec. 37 
Henry MacmanuB Sail'.. 8 Dec. 37 
Robert Prescott Harrison p 28 July 40 
Raymond Richard Pclly 'p 26 Jan. 41 
Louis Henry Bedford . . | 27 May 42 

John Ciutterbuck p 29 Oct. 41 

Joseph Jones I 7 Jan. 42 

John William Boissier^..iP31 Dec. 44 
Wra. Joseph Bazalgette . . p 17 June 42 
John Richard Heaton . . 19 Dec. 34 
Charles Luxmoore p 17 Nov. 48 

LIBUTBNANT8. 

Edward Joseph N. Burton p 13 June 45 

John Brown { 5 Feb. 47 

Thomas Jackson ; p 1 May 4G 

Raynsford Taylor , p 8 Dec. 48 

Robert William Webb . . 80 July 49 
John Deering Collum . . ' p 9 July 52 
George William Savage ' 23 Nov. 49 
William Henry Henzcll . . ' p 1 2 April 50 
Edward Abbot Anderson ' 15 Nov. 50 
Cha.Edw.AsconghEvercd P23 Jan. 52 
Fred. John Nash Ind . . p 23 Nov. 52 
Edw.Robt.Blgsby Barnes^ p 24 June 53 
S. L^valliere Curgenven .'p 9 July 53 
R.Bunn,il4;. Q.M.3 Dec.47.{ 13 Sept. 53 

BezsinReece I p 13 Sept. 53 

Ensigns. 
James Frederick Reyne . . { 6 June 54 

George Bagenall i 21 July 54 

Edward Birkett ........ |p 25 Aug. 54 

John George Jarvii .... 22 Dec. 54 

James Drummond Greemo 1 4 June 55 
Edwin Stephen Salo .... I 15 June 55 

Geo. Goodridge Fraser . . 3 Aug. 55 
Tlio. Sheridan Gore Jones 7 Sept. 55 
George JohnUsill Mason i p28 Dec. 55 
I 

Paymoffer.— Gillian Maclaine Ross, 27 Dec. 50; Ens. 8 May 35 ; X^ Augr* 
Ac^utant.— Lieut. Richard Bunn, 13 Sept. 53. [99 ; Cap^ 4 Sept. 49. 

Quarter-Master.— WiUlsLm Crutchley, 13 Sept. 53. 

Surgeon.— John Charles Cameron, M. D. 1 5 April 44 ; Assist. -Surg. 27 K»rch 36. 
Auistant'Surgeon.— James W^liam Fleming, 27 Oct. 46. 

Facings YeUow.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Lfeiit.-General Smelt seired in tba American war, and was present at the taking of Plailabuig, nUtrm 
and capture of Otwego, action of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, ISlh Aug. 1814, wiiere he was 
severely and dangerously wounded. Se/ved also during the Burmese war, in 19U, 25, and part of \9», 
^and was present at the enpturo of Ranaoon, and other actions in Aya. 

S CapUln Sail serred with the 10th Foot in the )>unjaub campaign of 1M8-0, ineludinc the whole of tbe 
siege operations before MoolMn, repulse of the enemy and night-attacli upon the British camp at Mattee 
Tbol 17tU Auf. 1848; action of Sooijicoond and capture of the enemy's guns Nov. 7lh ; carrying the 
heights and suburbs before Moolton Dec. S7th ; and surrenderor tlicf fortress SSnd Jan. 1840; after which 
Joined with the afooltan force the army under Lord Qough, and was present at the batae of Gociierat (Medal 
and two Clasps). 

4 Captain Boissier served with the 82nd Regt. at the second siege operaUons before Mooltan, includlnf 
the attack on the suburbs on 27th Dec. 1848, and surrender of the fortress. Also present at the surrender 
of the fort and garrison ofCheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



P 4 July 45!pl2 Oct. J!>2 
29 Dec. 45' 16 June 58 

P3 April46 PdO Jan. 52 

P 30 Dec. 451 6 June 54 
22 Aug. 37 P24 Feb. 43 

P 1 May 46'p26 0ct. 55 



P QO Nov 4fi ' • Lieut. B»m»s Tolaotfcred on 

A\j 11 uv. ^^ j^^ outbreak of the SaSr war In 

P I Aug. 40 ) 18UI. and »M appointed a Lieut. 

I Aug. 49 < in a native corps, and tcrred under 
A V«v *iqlSi' Harry Smith and Mr OcorfO 
; * r ^ H« I Catbcart from January 1851. until 

P 1 July 53 March 1S5J. Be accompanied 

P 8 July 53't»« >'** P*^'^'* *^*' ^^^ i^'b' 

n 1 o cJt. K«i \ William's Town on the 30th Jan. 
P 13 bopt. W' ,gj,^ ,^ ,„ p^^„j ^ ,be en- 

O June 54 1 gacemenU of the 17ih rebruarr, 
6 June 54 ^^ March. UUi April, ol 18&1, and 
11 A ..o. r 1 •« *be patsai* of the Kei on the 

II Aug. 04 I 4,b December of die sane year | 
P 25 Aug. 54 I besides many other minor en. 
P 1 Auff 55 I ^i>°**'* with the eoemy during the 

81Au|;56r'^«'-»>- 
26 Oct. 55 
P 26 Oct. 55- 



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^*^^^ji!^m^:^'] 38^/i ( The 1st Staffordshire) Regt. of Foot. 

«« MOVTS VtdsO " ««ROLBIA" "ViMlBRA" "CJORUHHA»» "BUgACO" ** BABAJOt '' ** SALAM AVOA " 
"VlTTORIA" "St. SBBASTIAIf" "NiTE" <'PBVUBIJI.A » "ATA" «* A^XA " 
•♦ ItTKEKViX " " 9BVA8TOPOL.'* 

CoL—'^Him, Hugh Arbuthnott/ CB. Ens. 18 May 96; Lt. 16 Sq>t.96; Capt. 80 

Mar. 99; Mqj. 23 Nov. 04; Lt.-CoL 9 May 11, Col, 19 July 21 ; Mqf,-Gen. 

22 July 80; Lt.-Gen.ZZ Nov. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 64; Co/. SSth Regt.4 Apr. 43. 
X^-CoZ«.— Jas. Pattoun Sparks, ^ni. 27 July 16 ; Lt. 30 July 18 ; Capt, 6 8ept. 

26; Br,Mqj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Breo. LU-Col. 11 Noy. 61 ; Mqf. July 62; U.- 

Co/. 9 March 65. 
John W. S. Smitb,^ Bn». 3 Feb. 32; Lieut. 4 Aug. 37; Capt. P 7 Aug. 40 > 

Brev.'Major, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, 29 Doc. 64 ; Lt.CoL 29 July 66. 
3fo;or«.— James 9. Hawker Farrer, Bm. 2 April 41 ; Lieut. P 2 June 43; Capt. 

P 28 April 48 ; Brev.-McJ. 12 Dec. 64; Mqjor, 29 June 66. 
WUliam James Loftus, Bns. p 9 Nov. 38; Z/. p 8 Nov. 42; Capt. PlO July 60; 

Major, 20 July 55; Brev.Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. 55. 



Captains. 
14 Edward Thomas Gloster 

13' Gustavus Hume,« 

13 I Samuel Hackett 

11 Cha.F.Torrens Daniel],*. 
10 I Ludford Harvey Daniel 
10 ' Charles Edward Johns 
I Horatio Page Vance .. 
James Thomas Craster 
8 i A. Campbell Snodgrass 
7; Fred eri(^k Bes wick, «... 
6 J7on.Cha.JolinAddington 
6 i Compton A. S. Dickins 

5 I Arthur Brooksbank . . . 

6 , Peter Wright Breton 

4 Sidney Godolphin Quicke 
4 Henry Broome Feilden 
Lieutenants. 

4 DeVicTupper 

3 Const. Wm. Sept. Gaynor 
3 JohnFred.ClintonBoyle^ 
3 I Thomas Brodie Wardlaw 
3 . Frederic Pocklington. . . . 

2 ,John Bolton French .... 

3 Henry Charles Evans . . 
2 I William Kidston Elles . . 
2 ' George Wm. Fred. Snell 
2 ; P'ilip Homan Eyre .... 
2 I AnhurJohnsoii AllixEwen 
2 Fred. James Hooper . 
2 1 ' John Evans, ai(;. . . . 
2 I i Walter Douglas Bayly 
2 I I Walter Hume 

Robert Johnston Stonsfeld 
Algernon Henry Belfifld 
Arthur Alexander Wilkie. 
Alexander Walker .... 
Kobert Charles Franks 
John Alex. Caldecott . . 

George Grieve 

Ensigns. 
C.Lionel John FitzGerald. 
John Thomas Carroll . • • 

John Mayo 

Henry Parker Chapman 
James Hughes Pope • • • 
Kenrick Ap B. Parry-Jones 
Arthur Coleman Hallowes 
Wm. Henry Russell Skey 
William Duff Pereira .... 

James Power Boyd 

Arthur Bailey 

Thos. Throphimus Hodges 
Adolphus Kobert Mallet 
WUliam Gerard Byron . 



ENSIGN. { LIEUT. 



P 13 May 
P 30 May 
P 20 Oct. 
3 Jan. 
P 9 June 
P 26 June 
P 3 Dec. 

19 Sept. 
P 6 Oct. 

23 Mar. 
P 16 Aug. 
P 13 Dec. 
P21 Nov. 
P18 May 
9 July 
P21 Sept. 



42; 3 Jan. 45 
43 >P 9 June 46 
43!p 3 Dec. 47 
7 Mar. 40 
P 27 April 49 
P 27 July 49 
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P 17 Oct. 61 
P 7 Nov. 61 
19 Mar. 62 
P 30 July 62 
P 20 May 63 
P 18 Oct. 53 
P 28 Apr. 64 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 



P16 Oct. 52 
P 18 Oct. 63 
21 Jan. 63 
P 14 May 53 
P 19 Oct. 68 
P2A Apr. 54 
P 22 April 53 

6 June 64 

7 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 64 
P 26 Aug. 54 

5 Nov. 54 
24 Nov. 54 

P 23 June 64 
26 Jan. 55 
16 Feb. 66 

6 June 54 

19 Feb. 55 

20 Feb. 55 
2 Mar. 55 

14 Mar. 55 

16 Mar. 65 
10 Mar. 56 

30 Mar. 66 
14 June 56 
20 June 66 

6 July 56 

18 July 66 

19 July 56 

20 July 66 
10 Aug. 66 

31 Aug. 56 

6 Sept. 65 

7 Sept. 66 
P 26 Sept. 66 



11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 64 
22 Dec. 64 

2 Feb. 65 
2F«b. 66 
2 Feb. 55 
2 Feb. 65 
2 Feb. 65 
2 Mar. 66 

9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 

17 June 66 
19 June 56 
29 June 65 
29 July 66 
8 Aug. 66 
16 Aug. 66 
P 17 Aug. 66 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



17 July 66 
2 Nov. 66 

12 Dec. 64 
2 Nov. 66 



20 July 66 



P 30 July 62 

P21 Sept. 62 

31 Dec. 62 

P 20 May 63 

P 18 Oct. 63 

6 June 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

22 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

20 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

17 June 66 

29 June 56 

29 July 66 

8 Aug. 66 

P 31 Aug. 66 



I General tb« Hon Hngh. 
Arbttthnott Mired with the 40th 
Regc. at the Hclder, in 1790 ; 
alfto on the expedition to the 
Baltle, and battle of Copen- 
hai^en. In 1801. In Jnly 1807, 
embarked with the expedition 
to Zealand, and wai preeent at 
the lie^e and eapture of Copen> 
hagen. Accompanied the expe- 
dition t^ Sweden, and after- 
wards to Portucal and Spain 
under Sir John Moore, and was 
preeent at the battle of Co- 
runna. Served also in the 
Peninsula under the Duke of 
Wellington, 4t commanded the 
68nd lUgt. at the battle of Bu- 
saco, for which be has received 
the Gold Medal : he has also 
received the Silver War Medal 
with two Clasps for Corunaa 
and Fueutes d'Onor; and the 
Naval War Medal for Copen- 
hagen. 



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Paymaf/«r.— Jamei Twibill, 23 June 64 ; En9. 7 May 40. 

Adljutant* — Lieut. John Evans, 8 March 65. 

Quarter-ilfa^cr.— Robert Smith, 7 Dec. 66. 

i9ur^M»n.— Thomas Fred. Wall, 12 Jan. 66 ; Astitt.-Surg, 20 Not. 46. 

AuUt.-Surgeoni.'—Dighy William Lawlor, 10 June 63. 

James Henry Lewis, 24 March 64. 

William Youoge Jeeves, 28 April 64. 

Facings Yellow.^-Agenttf Cox & Co. 



t Lt-Col. Smith commanded a detachment of th« S8th Regiment In co-operation with a Karal expedi- 
tion under Captain Loch in the ascent. In boats, of the rlrer St. Juan de Nicaragua, Central America, in 
1MB, inclndtng the assault and capture of the p»rt of Serapiqui, and surrender of the Ports of Castello 
Viejo and St. Carlos. He also accompanied CapUin Lock to the town of Grenada, and was present at th« 
deliberations and eonelosion of a treatj with the Kicaragna Commissioners. Accompanied ibe 88t)i Beft. 
to the Crimea. 

*•* The following officers accompanied the 98th Regt. to the Crimea, tIi.:— Lieat.-Col. Sparks and 
Lnftns, Minors Farrer, Danlell (Brlgade-lf ^or in 8rd DiTision), Snodgrass, and Hume (D. A. A. O. trd 
DiTidonX Captains Gloeter, Craster, Beswick, Addington, Dicklns, Brooktbank, Quieke, and Fellden $ 
Lieuts. Tupper, Gaxnor, ^Boyle, Pocklington, and £? ans; Paymaster TwiblU, A8sist.-8argcon8 Lawlor, 
Lewis, and Jeeves. 



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*«Al.BOHUA" "VXTTOKIA" "PyHBlfBM" "NiyBIJ«»» ««NlVa" "OBTHBt" "PbBZVBUI^'* 

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' Colanel.'-993Bi Richard Lluellyn,> CB. JSru, 24 Jnly 02; Lieut, 7 April 04 ; 

'Capt.2B Feb. 05; Mqf. 28 April 12; I4.-CoL 18 Juoe 15; CoL 10 Jan. 

37 ; Meo.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt,-Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. aOth Foot, 17 Jan. 63. 
Lieut.'Colanels.—WllMam Munro,' JETiu. p 20 June 34; LUut. ^ 1 April 36; 

Capt. 2 July 44 ; Mqjar, p 7 May 62 ; Lieut.-Col.^ 11 Not. 63. 
Robert Newport Tlnley,» Bns, 4 April 32 ; Lieut, p 19 July 33 ; Capt, p 16 Dec. 

40; Brcv,'Mq;or, 11 Not. 51 ; Mt^or, PlO Feb. 52 ; Lt.-Col, 9 March 66. 
if<?/ar».— William Clargea Wolfe/ j&n*. p 30 Oct. 35 ; Lieut. PlO Mar. 37 ; Capt. 

7 Aug. 46; Ar<{;(»-, p 11 Not. 53. 
Thomas Wright Hudson/ Ens. v 16 June 37 ; Lieut. 30 Oct. 40 ; C«pf . 7 Dec. 

45; Brev.'Maj. 2 Nov. 55; Major , p 16 Nov. 55* 



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Captains. , 

H. A. Strachan«<e.8NovJ6 21 Sept. 32' 
Robert Hamilton Currie' p 28 Dec. 38 

William Lcckle* 10 Nov. 43 

Charles Denlson Pedder" p 7 July 46 
Wm. Newport Tinley» .. p 16 Nov. 39 
Robert Broome Baker . . p 4 May 49 
W.HucksHardlngWarner p 1 Feb. 50 
Simon George Newport** 3 Aug. 41 
8^1 John FitzRoyDalrympIe p 2 Dec. S6 

'^ I James Agnew 22 Oct. 44 

i Thomas Fraser Dixon . . 10 April 49 

; Charles Milligan^ p 11 June 52 

I Frederick WUmot Foster^ p 17 June 51 
i Norman Maodooald". . . . p 14 May 52 
I Charles Burch PhUlipps" 23 Nov. 52 
I Rawdon C. P. de Robeck*'' p 18 Feb. 53 

L1EUTBKANT8. 

Ralph Edward Carr*^ ... p 13 Feb. 52 

WUliam Qammell" .... p 12 Mar. 52 

:T.WestroppBennett,»ilc^' p 17 Dec. 52 

' Augustus Frederic Raper-' p 16 May 51 

James PowelP* 27 May 53 

W.deW.RocheThackweU*'' p 10 June 53 
Edward John Stokes** . . p 1 IJnne 53 
James Gibbons Smyth". . i p 25 Aug. 54 
Henry Bolton Newport'* I 1 Sept. 64 
John Henry Murray" . . p 8 Sept. 54 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



William Henry Palmer" | >' 12 Jan. 55 

JohnTryon !Pl7Feb. 54 

Edward Gatty 'p 24 Mar. 54 

Edw. Yaughan Arbuckle p 1 8 Oct. 53 
Henry Lionel Nicholls ..{ 24 Jan. 55 
Thos. Reginald Gosselm " 25 Jan. 55 

Charles Prichard 16 Feb. 55 

William Osborne Smith. . ' 19 Feb. 55 
Fred. Standi^h Hore .... 1 9 Mar. 55 
John Sharpies" 3 Aag. 55 



Ensigns. 
Francis Henry Chambers 
Henry Rudkin Vigors . 

Robert Gray 

Fred. Geo. Furlong Moore 
Thomas Macmillan Fogo 

Henry Arcbdall 

William Blennerbasset . . 
Jno. Edw. Wright Hussey 

Charles Hereford 

Copner Francis Oldfleld 

Samuel Fyson 

John Barthol. Corballis. . 
Abel Honry Woodroofe . . 
Rich. Albert Vercoe Pope 



26 Jan. 55 

2 Mar. 65 

16 Mar. 65 

15 May 55 
1 June 65 
6 July 65 

27 July 55 

16 Aug. 55 

17 Aug. 65 
P 23 Sept. 65 
P 24 Sept. 65 
P 25 Sept. 55 
P 16 Nov. 65 
P21 Dec. 55 



2 June 35 
P 14 Feb. 40 
16 April 45 
P 27 Dec. 50 
P 11 June 41 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 

2 July 44 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P23 June 48 
PlO Feb. 52 
Pll Nov. 53 
27 May 53 
P 24 June 53 

6 June 54 
P 8 Sept. 54 

P 10 June 53 

Pll June 63 

6 June 54 

P 12 May 54 

15 Dec 54 

15 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

Feb. 55 

9 Feb. 65 

9 Feb. 55 

18 Feb. 55 

23 Mar. 55 

6 Apr. 55 

10 Apr. 55 

12 July 55 

27 July 55 

P27 July55 

P31 Aug. 65 

P3] Aug. 56 

P 14 Dec. 55 



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6 Jane 43 
PlO Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 62 

27 May 63 

P 24 June 53 

Pll Nov. 53 

6 June 54 

9 May 61 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 
P26JaDe55 

12 July 55 
P 27 July 55 
P31 Attg.65 
P 16 Nov. 65 



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1 Lteut.-Gen«nl Llnvllyn 
entered the mrmj a» « CspUbi 
with temporary rink In the 
63nd Regi., and was preeent 
with It atFerrol,Cadla.andln 
the Uedlterrraeen, io 1800 end 
1801, and on ibe coneinilon of 
peace wai placed on half-pay ; 
bat on war sron after breaking 
out, ha relinquished hie tem- 
jwrarj coroinlMion, and re- 
entered the Mnriee ; and having 
in Feb. 1805 obtained a Com- 
pany bv parehaM in the 88th 
Befft., he accompanied It to 
I the Peninsula in 1809. and was 
present at the battle of Busaco, 
defence of the Lines of Lisbon, 
advance on Caropo Mayor, in- 
vretment of Ollveoi^a, siege of 
Bad^oa, beitle of Albuhera, 
surprise and capture of a French 
corps at Arroyo de Molino, attack and capture 
of the Forte and Bridge of Almaras, advance 
on Aranjues and Madrid, occupation of Bor- 
deaus, and other services of minor Inportanca. 
In 181fi he embarked with his Begiment for the 
Nethorlande, where lie was personally engaged 
with it in the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, in the latter of which he was severely 
wounded, and received for his oondnct In the 
Held the brevet rank of Lt-Colonel and the 
Companionship of the Bath. He has received 
the War Medal with two Clasps for Busaco 
and Albuhen. 



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Paymaster, — Samuel Benison,'* 5 Nov. 52 ; Quarter'-Masier, 18 July 41. 
Aeffutard. — Thomas Westropp Bennett, 26 Oct. 55. 

QMorfer-JfiMfer.— Adam M'Bride, 2 Oct. 49- [Nov. 44. 

Svrgeim. — George Thomas Woodman,*' M.D. 7 April 54; AssUU^Surg, 29 
A$sUt'Surgs,—JohxL Halyhurton Ross,'* M.B., IC Dec. 53. 

James Petrie Street, M.D., 9 June 54. 

Alexander Milne Humphrey, M.D., I Feb. 55. 

Fac'mgt Qreen. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

8 Lt0Ut.-Col. Munro ferred at Adjatant of the SOtb in tbe action of Maharajpore, and «rai Mverelj 
woanded (Medal). Commanded the Regt. at the tiege of Sebattopol, and commanded ihe rapportc of the 
iBt Brigade 8rd Diviflon at the aUack on the 18th June 1865 (Ued«l and Clasp). 

8 LL-Golonel 'f inley lerred tbe campaign a::ainst the Rajah of Courg in 1834. He wat also preaent in 
the battle of Habai^pore, 29tb Dec. 1848 (Medal), and was cerereljr wounded. Serred at the tiege of 
Sebastopol in 1855; commanded the 99th Regt. in tbe attacli on the 18th June; and commanded the 
trench guard, left attack, where a Btrong »ortie of 3,( 00 Ro«»lanB wai made agHinst ihe cheiauz de Ithe, 
WarronzofP Road, on tbe night of the 8nd Aug., and which wns successfiilly rcp> Isid (Mtdil and Clu»)i). 

4 Bl^jor Wolfe served at the siege of Sebastopol in I85o, aud at tbe attack on the I8ih Jqdo (Medal and 
Clasp). 

5 M^Jor Hudson served at tbe £irge of Sebastopol in 1855, and at the attack on the 18tb Jane 1855 
(Medal and ( lasp). 

6 Lleut-Col. Strachan served the campaign asainst the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. Also at the siege of 
Sebastopol and attack on the 18th June 1855 (Medal). 

7 Capt. Carrie served with the a9ih R> gt. in Ihe notion of Maharajpore, SOib Dee. 184S, and wa$ 
wounded (Medal). Also at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and at tbe attack on the 18tb Juno (Medal 
and Clasp). 

8 Captains Leckieand Pedder served at the sirge of Sebastopol In 1855, and at (ho attack on the I8tli 
Jane (Medal and Clasp). 

Captain Tinley served with the SOtb Regt in the action of Mabarajpore, S9tb Doc. 1849 (Medal). 
Abio at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855»and at the attack on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captain Newport served with the 89tli Rrgt. in the action of Mnharajp jrc, S9(h Dec. 1848, and waa 
wounded (Medal). Also at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (M«'dal and Clasp). 

12 Tbe following officers served at tbe siege of Sebastopol, and wne present at tbe attack on tbe 18th 
Jane 1855, vis.: CapUins Milligan, Foster, MacdonaU, Phillipps» and de Robeck, Lieuta. Carr, Gammell, 
Bennett, Rapcr, Powell, Tbackwell, Stokes, Smjrtb, Murray, Palmer, Gosseliu, Sharpies^ Surgeon Wood- 
man, and Asaisk-Surgeon Ross. 

IS Lieut. Newport served at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855 (Uednl and CI%«p). 

15 Paymaster lienison was prsMnt at that lamentable cstastn'plie, the burning of thp ^miKast Indiaman 
la Ihe Bay of Biscay, oa the Isi March U9&. Ho serrpd with tbe 8Ui Regt. tbron^houi the cauipaiga of 
1$4S in Afllghanistao (Medal) under Mujor General Pollock, including the actions oi Mazeena, Tezeen, and 
Jugdull»clt» tbe oeeupation of Cabool, and the different engfigem<^nu leading to it. He served also the cam- 
paign oa the Sutl<>l, and was present in the batUos of Moodkec, Feroteshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, 
and was on« of only five offlcera who escaped being wounded (Medal and three Clasps). Served wiih the 
9ih Begt. at the siega of Sebastopol (Medal). 



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CohneL^^ Wi Sir Alexander Woodford,' GCfi. GCMG. Ens, G Dec. 94* 
Lt. 15 July 95; Capt. 11 Dec. 99; Capt. & LL-CoL 8 Mar. 10; Co/.4 June 
14 j M({jor'Gen. 27 May 25; Lieut.-Gen, 28 Jane 38c Ge/i. 20 Jane 64: 
Col. 40th Foot, 25 April 42. ' 

Lieut.-Colonel. — Thomas James Valiant, J^/w. 29 May 28; Lt. p 17 Dec. 20" 
Capt. P 1 May 35 ; Mqjor, p 10 July 40 ; Lt.^Coh P 25 June 62 ; Col. 25 June 5^. 

Mqjors.-^oXm Martin Bladen Ncill.* Ens. P 22 Mar. 33 ; Lt. p 9 Jan. 35 ; Capt. 
P 11 Mar. 42; MqjoVy p 8 June 49; Brevet Li-Col. 9 Oct. 55. 

Arthur Leslie, Ens. p 20 Nov. 38; Lieut, p 6 May 42 : Capt. p 3 April 46 : 
Jtfa;or,P25June52. ' 



Captains. 
Thomas L. K. Xelson,^ s. 

Robert Carey* 

Hans Thomas Fell White 

Robert Hare 

Fred. Samuel Blyth .... 
Edw. Hungerford Eagar, 
Michael Edward Smith . . 
George Owen Bciwdler . . 
Justin E. D. MacCarthy 
John Edward Brodhurst 

Dudley Clarges Hill 

WlllKm O'Hara 

Lieutenants. 
Charles Henry Hall .... 
W. H. Horndon Messenger 
Thomas Bailey Richards 
Fred. C. H. 8. Baddeley 
G. A. Bentley Buckle, /I c(/. 

Theophilns Bolton 

Arthur Fred. Fitz Simons 
Arthur Marqubard Moller 
Edw. Henry Melville Tod 
ChaHes Francrls Brooke . 

L. Neftbitt Lloyd 

John Armsttong 



I Alfred Cook 



Francis W. Osborne . . . 

Ensigns. 
Richard Armstrong . . . 

George Hobbs 

Hy. Ros:)-LewIn Morgan 

William Dowman 

De Reafville Lucas . . 
Russell Harris Vieth . 
Samuel Roden Handy 
Vere F. Pennefather . , 
Thomas Ormsby Johnston 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



29 Jan. 36 

19 Nov. 41 
P 14 May 47 
Pl8Aug. 48 
P 19 July 60 

16 July 41 
P 20 Dec. 39 
Pl8Sept. 40 

29 Mar. 44 
P 24 Jan. 51 



25 Nov. 31 

15 Nov. 89 
P 12 May 43 
P 7 May 47 
P 4 May 40 
p 13 April 30 
P 3 Nov. 37 

26 May 48 

16 Dec. 40 
Pl7Sept.49 

9 Jan. 38 
PI 8 Sept. 40 

P 18 Jan. 50 

P 19 July 50 

P 16 May 61 

P 20 Oct. 49 

P 14 Feb. 61 

P21 Nov. 61 

P 9 July 62 

P 9 July 62 

p 23 Dec. 53 P 15 Dec. 64 

P 23 Dec. 63' 22 D^c. 64 
1 Sept. 64l 12 Jan. 66 
8 Sept. 64* 23 Mur. 55 

P15 Dec. 64' 25 April 66 
10 April 55 P 3 Aug. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 July 46 

P 14 May 47 

P13Dee. 60 

P 25 June 62 

P23 Dec. 68 

6 June 64 

10 Dec. 62 

23 Mar. 65 

29 Dec. 64 

p 26 May 66 



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P 25 June 62! 

P 5 Nov. 62 

P 28 May 62 

P23Dec. 6« 

24 Feb. 64 

6 Jnne 64 

6 June 64 

17 Nov. 54 



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8 April 55 

9 April 66! 
1 May 65 

n May 65 
.1 17 Aug. 55 
. 21 Sept. 65 
.1 16 Oct. 65 
. 7 Dec. 55 
28 Dec. 65. 
Pay matter. ^fr^. Montagu Hockings* 20 April 49; .ffttf.20 May 49; Xl^u/. 
dt^utant.^Lieut. Geo. Aug. Bentley Buekle, 23 Dec. 63. [p 10 July 4d. 

Quorfer-Afo^er.^Thomas Walter Hives/ 26 Oct. 42. 
5Mr^«m.— Adolphus Collings, M.D., 20 Nov. 46 ; Assist.-Surff. 26 Feb. 41. 
Assist.-Surgeont. — ^Thomas Ligertwood, MB., 14 Nov. 61. 

Richard Willcocks Maeauley, 16 Sept. 54. 
Facingt Buff. — Agenti, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

Alcunder Woodford lenred in tb«9th Rect> in Vdrih Holland, and wti tevprely wounded on the I9tb StpL 17M. 
In tbo CoMsuvwn Guards at tiie eapturt of Copcnbaf en in 1807. Served on tlie Staff to Sleily In IMS, 0, and 10. Coi»> 
Iho Llfht Battalion of Uie Brliade of Ouarda, at Ute siese ofCiudad Rodrigo, capture of Bad^os, battle of Salamanca, 
or Madrid, and at tbe siege of Butfos. Commanded first Battalion Coldstream Guards at the battle of Vittorla, ca^ttuiv 
Sebastian, at the NiTellc, the Nive, and investment of Bayonne. Commanded tbe second Battalion at the battle of 
sorrender of Paris, and during the occupation tn France. Sir Alexander has received the Gold Medal and two 
the bottles of Salamanca. Vittorla, and the Nive i and tbe Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Ciudad Rodrigo and 

-Col. Bladen Steill and Captain Carey served throughout the operations In Caadabnr nd la Afl)rt»ntita)i in 1841 anC 
have fMoived the Medal. 

T. U K. Nelson, and Eagar (severely wounded at Ben! Badam) and Quarter- Master Hives, sarveA 
tbo operattooa in Candaher and tn AOkbaalstan In is4l ani 49, «nd have reeehred the Medal. 11»es« oSeea 
pw ea nt to tfao action of Mahan^pore, a9th Dee. lS4a. and have reeeleed the Bionio Star i Capt Eagar wal sUghtlr 
. aad Capt. T. L. K. Nelson was stvenly wounded. Capc Nelson was Adivtant of the Regt. during the 
AMi^tmo eampnlgn to 1S4S, as weU as at Mahanjpore. where he had a horse shot onder bin. 



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ColoneL—lfCikZA. Ashe a'Coart-HepiDgtoii,^ CB. KH. Ens, 17Dec.01; X^.2 Sept* 
02 ; CapU 26 July 04 ; Mqj<fr, 26 Feb. 11 ; U.-Col. 10 May 13 ; CoL 22 July 
30 ; Jlfq;or-C?eft.2d Not. 41 ; Lt.^Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 4l8t F00V6 Feb. 4a. 

Lieut.'CoU, — Julius Edmund Goodwyn,' Sns. p 6 Jan. 44 ; Lieut, p 6 June 46 ; 
Capt. P3 May 60; 3fq;or, p 16 Sept. 64 ; U.^Col. 12 Dec. 64. 

Robert Pratt,« Ent. p 16 June 37 ; Limt. p 27 June 39 ; CapU p 23 Sept. 46 ; 
Mtuj. 29 Dec. 64 ; LL^CoU 9 Sept. 66. 

3f<|;orf.~Robert Gary Barnard^ Ent. p 19 Mar. 47 ; Lieut, p 22 Mar. 60 ; 
Capt. P 18 Nov. 63; Mqj- p 9 Mar. 66. 

Richard Oliver Francis Steward,* ^i». p 20 Sept. 43; Lieut. p26 Sept. 46; Capt. 
P7 June 60 ; Mqjor, 9 Sept. 66. 



Captains. 
Henry Warter Meiedith<^ 

George Skipwith^ 

Lumley Graham' 

Hugh Rowlands^ 

Fred. Cherburgh Bligh*. . 
Henry Stratton Bush ^ .. 
Charles Pelgiie Bertram'* 

William Allan^ 

Geoige Hyde Page'^ . . 
Frederick Ball DUon>* 
John Bdmund Harvey 
Hen. Vansit. Pennefather 
Armar Graham Lowry^ 

William Sheehy 

Lieutenants. 

Wal.McClellan Lambert'^ 

Jas. Alex. HamUton/^a<(^' 

George Peddie'* 

FiUfaardingc Kingscote'^ 
Charles Vane FiURoy*^^. . 
Henry Seymour HilP<* .. 
Edw. L. Barnwell Lowry >« 
Henry James Nowlan". 
Robert Eustace Maude'* 
Lionel Mordaunt Fraser 
Irving Francis Kennedy 
Edward James Laughlin^ 

James Baird** 

JohnM'Kay 

Walter John Johnson'^ . . 
Henry Edward Byalh** . . 
Arthur Henry Wavell".. 
Andrew Halliday Hall . . 

Isaac King 

W. H. Gardner Cornwall 
Thomas Fra. Boddiugton 
Charles Lewis Furlonge 
Stanley Robert R. Smith 
Ensigns. 

Richard Pack 

Augustus Fred. Dixon 
Guildford Madeay Onslow 
James Q. Palmer . . 
Edmd. Joseph B. Donelan 
Arthur V. B. Blanchard 
Charles M. Rodney Reyne 
Francis Michell .... 
Thomas White .... 
William Sngden Jemmett 
Henry Edward Harrison 
Nadolig Ximenes Gwynne 
Lucus Waring .... 
Lionel Fltigmld • • 



ENSIGN. 



P 6 June 45 
P 3 Nov. 40 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 26 Sept. 49 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 12 July 60 
P 23 April 41 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P 14 Aug. 46 
28 Feb. 46 
Pll Nov. 63 
P 22 Nov. 60 



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P 3 Nov. 46 

P 16 Oct. 47 

P28 Feb. 61 

21 Apr. 61 

P26 June 62 

P 26 Nov. 62 

P 22 Feb. 60 

Pll Nov. 53 

P 12 May 43 

6 June 64 

P Aug. 60 

18 Aug. 48 

11 Aug. 64 

20 Jan. 64 



P13 Jan. 64 IP 22 Sept. 64 
P27Jan. 64 " ^' 
PIU Feb. 64| 
P 7April64 

6 June 64 { 

7 June 64 1 

10 Aug. 641 

11 Aug. 641 
P 22 Sept. 64 

9 July 62' 

P 18 May 49 

16 Sept. 61 

6 Nov. 64 

26 Aug. 64 

P24NOV. 64 

13 Dec. 64 

14 Dec. 64 
16 Dec. 64 
22 Dec 64 

10 Jan. 66 
18 Feb. 

11 Jan. 
P 12 Jan. 



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6 Nov. 64 
6 Nov. 64 
6 Nov. 64 
6 Nov. 64 
8 Dec. 64 
8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 
11 Jan. 

2 Feb. 

9 Feb. 
6 Jan. 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 56 

27 July 66 

65jp 3 Aug. 66 

66i 17 Aug. 66 

U Sept. 66 



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P26June62 12 Deo. 54 
Pll Nov. 63 2 Nov. 65 
P 7 June 64 12 Dec. 64 
P26Aug. 64 2 Nov. 65 
P 16 Sept. 64 
P 24 Nov. 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec 64 

26 Jan. 66 20 July 56 

16 Mar. 66 
P23Mar.66 
P 3Aug.66 

9 Sept. 66 

16 Nov. 66 



1 Lt..Gen. a'Co«rt-BcphigtaB wm 
detaehed on a MMnte eonmuuid in 
1806 to the Adnatic, to attack tha 
ialaoda of Tremitta, aatin tk« ■aae 
year ha aaaitted at the siege of 
Sqrtla. IB IS07 he seived in Xgrpt* 
and wae pretcnt at the oaptnM of 
Alexandria, and in the aedon near 
Boeetta. At the licge and ci^are 
of Santa Maara he vaa in dune* of 
the Qnarter-Master-Oenerara de- 
partmenti he wae alio at theaicfe 
of Capri in the waia year. He waa 
Aido'de.Canp to the AdJatant Oca*. 
ral when the eneniylaadad in SieUy, 



lanptotheAdJatantC 
the eneniylaadad in SieUy. 
in 1809. and eomnaaded the ad- 



▼aace-piard to which nearlv l 
priaonen aarrendered* and lie pcr- 
aoaally eaptnred the enemy's 
standard. BerrcA alkcnrards on 
the staff in Sicily, Spaia, and Italy, 
andwaa prssentat the siefe of Tar> 
ragona, action at Villa Frsnea. and 



. subaeqaently 
at the occapation of Leghorn, 
ci^tue of Genoa, sieacof flcfona. 
end lastly at the soncnder of Naples 



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19 Feb. 

20 Feb. 
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16 Mar. 

6April66i 

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27 July 66! 

16 Aug. 66 

17 Aug. 56 
31 Aug. 56 

9 Oct. 65 

P23 0ct 66 

16 Nov. 56 



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Paymajf «r.— Alfred Elford Grant, 27 July 65 ; Qr,M. 8 Aug. 40. 
^Adljutant, — Lieut. James Alexander Hamilton, 9 Feb. 66. 
,Quar^«r-3fii#«er.—Archibald Elliott,*^ 21 July, 48 ; Ens. 31 March 48. 

SttT^eon.— James Edw. Scott,* M.D. 9 Feb. 65 ; Aisist.-Surg. 11 June 47. 
iil«m*.-5ttr^eaii*.--Frederick Tydd Abbott," 7 April 64. 
I Richard Hunsrerford, 20 May 64. 

Alexander Dadgeon Gulland, 23 June 64. 

j Facings White. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

S Lteot-Colonel Ooodwyn lerred the Eastern campaign of lt>04-fi5, Including the baltl^t of Alma and 
lakerman, tiega of SebattopoU repulse of the sortie on 86th Oct., affair on 18ch June (wounded), and assault 
on the Rrdan 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Lt.-Calonel Pratt serred with the 41st tbroughoat the campaign of IMS in AffghanisUn (Medal), and waa 
pnsent in the engagemenu with the enemy on the 88tb April in the Pisheen Valley ; In those of the S9ih 
May near Candahar, 90th Aug. at Ooaine, fith Sept. before Ohuznee ; st tlie occupation and desirnctloa 
of that Fortress and of Cabool,the Eipedition into KohlsUn, sioim capture and destruction of IstalMT, tnd 
tlM various minor aiUrs In and between the Boian end the Kbjber Passes. Berved tt the siege of Sebas- 
topol, and was wounded at the attack on the Redan 8ih Sept. (Medal). 

ft MiO<Mr Siewird serred the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of Alma and siege of 8e- 
bastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

9 M^rs Meredith and Rowlands, and Captain Bnsb, senred the Eastern campaign of 1864*60, including 
the battles of Alma and Inlierman (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the soitie 
on 90th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). M^Jor Rowlands was again wounded at the attack on the Redan 
8lh Sept. 1886. 

7 M^or Sfcipwltb, and Captains Allan A. O. Lowry, serred the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, In- 
eluding the battles of Alma and Inkennan, siege of Sebastopol, and repulte of the sortie on 86th Oct. 

vMedal and Clasps). 

8 Major Graham serred with the 4Srd. Regt. in the Kafllr war of 1831-68 (Medal). Served the Eastern 
enmpalffn of 1864<^, part of the time as Aide-de-Camp to Mijor-Oeneral Eyre, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol : waa seTorely wounded 80th Aug. 1866, occasioning amputation of right arm 
(Modal and Clasps). 

9 Captain Bilgh senred in the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the battle of Inkerttian (severely 
wounded), the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse ot the sortie on 86ih Oct. (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captisln Bertram serred at the siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1866 (Medal). 

11 Major Page senred In the 6dlh Regt. in New Zealand, and was present at tiie storming of Kawiti*s 
Pab, 11th Jan. 1846, and he defeated the NatlTes in a night-attack on hi* post on the River Hutt, 16th May 
following. Present at the skirmish at Talui, 18th June, commanded a deUchment at tbe capture of the 
CUof Te Ranperaba and at the skirmish in Horokiwi Valley ; present at the attack and repulse of the enemy 
OD the seUlementi and stocliades of Wanganui, 10th May; and In tbe action of the 10th July 1847 be 
dlreded a charge which repulsed the enemy. 

15 Captain DUon served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including the battle of Infcerman, the lirga 
of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on 96th Oct. 64; wounded 7th June 66 (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Lieut. Lambert served at the slrge of Sebastopol from Peb. to March 1865 (Medal). 

16 Lieut. Hamlltoa senred with the 41st at tbe siege of Sebastopol from Nov. 1864, as Adjutant of the 
Raft, since Otfa Peb. 1866, and was wounded at the attack on the Redan 8th Sept. (Medal). 

16 UenU. Peddle, Pits Roy, Hill, and E. Lowry served at the siege of Sebastoiiol from Nov. 1864 (Medal). 

17 Ueot. KiBgscole served at the siege of Sebastopol from Nov. 1864, and was severely aounded at the 
attack on tbe Redan 8th Sept. (Medal). 

18 Lieut. Jfowlan served at the siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1856 (Medal). 

10 Llent. Manda served at the siege of Sebastopol, and was wounded at the attack on the Redao 8th 
BepC 1866 (Medal). 

90 Lieut. Laoghlln waa present at the storm and destruction of tbe fortified Mandlngo town of Sabalee 
OD the Oambia, 1st June 1868. 

91 Lieut. Baird served tlie Eastern csmpalgn of 1864-66, including the battles of Alma andlnkernian, 
riege of Sebastopol, and sortie of the 96th Oct. (wounded 0th June 1866) : Medal and Clasps. 

99 Ueqta. Johnson, Byam, and Wavelt served at the siege of Sebastopol from June 1866 (Medal). 
96 Quartermaster Elliott served the Eastern campaign of 1864-66, including tbe battles of Alma and 
InkcfiBaii, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

96 Burgeon Scott senred with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1868-68 (Medal). Served also the 
Eastern eanpoifD of 1864-66, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol* and sortie 
of 90tta Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

97 AflslsL-Sorgeon Abbott served the Eastern campaign of 1864-56, inclttding tbe battles of AInaand In- 
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A2nd ( The Royal Highland) Regt. of Foot. \^'^^J^ySrx^!^' 

St, Andrew, *' Nema me impurus tec«««."-The Sphinx, '• EGYPT " " CORUNNA '• 
•« PU BNTES D'ONOR ** •• PYRENEES " " NIVELLE " •* NIVE »» « 0BTHE8 " 
"TOULOUSE" ••PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" ''ALMA" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Cohnel.^f^ Sir J nmeB Douglas/ KCB. Ens. 10 July 1799; Lieut. 19 June 

1800; CapMOSept. 02; ilfa/or, 16 Peb. 09; XieM^-Co/. 80 May 11; Col. 

19 July 21; Af^y- Gen. 22 J ufy 30 ; LL'Gen.2d Nov. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 64 ; 

Col. 42nd Foot, 10 April 60. 
Jt^-CoZ*.— Duncan Alex. Cameron,' CB. Ens. 8 April 26 ; Lt. p 16 Aug. 26; 

Capt. P21 June 33 ; itfVy. p 23 Aug. 39 ; Lt.-Col. p 5 Sept. 43 ; Col. 50 June 64. 
Alexander Cameron,* Ens. 24 Feb. 32$ Lt. P30 Jan. 85; Capt. 15 Apr. 42 j 

BreoMaj. 20 June 64 ; Bretf. Lieut. -Col. 12 Dec. 64 ; Mt^or^ 24 Apr. 65 ; 

Lieut.-Col. 9 Oct. 65. 
Af<Vor*.— Charles Murray,* Ens. p21 June 33; Lt. P30 Mar. 38; Capt. 

P5 Sept. 48; Brev.-Mqj. 20 June 54; M(0. 10 Aug. 65. 
Frederick Green Wilkinson,' Ens. p27 Dec. 42; Lieut, p 33 Aug. 47; Capt. 

P17 Oct. 51 ; Mqfor, 9 Oct. 66. 



Captains. 
Andrew Pitcairn,' *. 
Chas. Campbell Graham'* 
John Wm. Powlett Orde 
John Chetham M*Leod» 
Henry Montgomery,**... 

John Drysdale* 

John Gordon Campbell . . 

George Fraser 

WiUiam Crofton Ward»'| 

Duncan Mucpherson 

Joseph Cha. Ross Grove -"j 
Wm.G. Kverard Webber^! 
Rowland HillGordon"t.. I 
Fra. Cunningham Scott ^' 
Sir Peter A. HHlkettjB^.^i 
Herbert Henry Mofteley > 

Lieutenants. 
Rothes Lennox Dunbar ^'^ 
Robert Whl^ham'^. 

John Wilson** 

Wilsone Black »^.... 
WiliiamHenj-y Crompton '^j 

Adam Ferguson'^ ' 

William Lawson* ' 

William Baird'* i 

Charles Douglas 

William Green'* | 

Fras.Ed.H. Farquharson"| 

W.Wood,»fl4/.(^.m.6Moj-54) 

Murdoch Macleod 

George Wm. Cockbum . . 
Hon. Rand. Hy. Stewart'* 
Wm.Pemberton Hesketh'* 
Alfred Jennings Bramly'^ 
Richard Kerr Bayly . . . . | 
Percy Mackie Bosworth . . 
George Artnand Purse . . 
Charles Shuttleworth . . 
Tiiomas Mansfield James, 
Jonathan WynyardHayues' 
William Underwood . . . . ! 
William Thomas Fraser ; 
Ensigns. j 

William James 

John Glass Gordon Stuart 
Arthur James Ceely .... 
James Edmund Christie | 

Fife Allan 

Victor McFarlane 

William Henry Spooner . . 
Samuel Gordon McDakin 



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1 Sir James Douglas aecoBi- 
panled the Expedition toSoath 
America under O^n. Craufurd 
on the Quarter-Master-Gene- 
rai't Statr, and was engaged in 
the attaclc on Buenot Ayrea. 
•Stibteqaently in the fame capa- 
city he proceeded to Portugal 
with the Kxpediiion ander Sir 
Arthur Weiieeley : was eenior 
officer of the Quarter-Master- 
General'i Department on the 
landing of the agny ; and was 
present at the battles of Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Coninna. Joined 
the Ponogueee army with the 
command of a Regiment in 
1809 : was present at the pas- 
sace of the Douro, and battles 
of Basaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Sa- 
lamanca, and the Pyrenees 
(wounded); after which be ob- 
uincd command of the 7th Por- 
tuguese Brigade, 9c eonmanded 
It in the batUes of the Nitelle, 
Xive, Orthes, and Toulonse 
( twice woandedyoceasioning the 
loss of a leg). Sir James hat 
recelTed the Oold Cross and 
three Clasps for Busaco, Sala- 
manca, Pyrenees, NiveUe,NiTe» 
Orthes, and Toulouse* 



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\ Paynuuter,^ J times Arnold Bazalgette,*' 24 April 55. 

Ucyutant,— Lieut, William Wood,* 16 Feb. 65. 

\Ouarter- master. — Alexander McGregor,** 25 May 55. 

\Surgeon. — John Sheldon Furlong* M.D.,0 Feb. 55; AMist.-Surg. 19 Nov. 47. 

lAnistant'Surgeojie, — William Alexander MackJanon,' 18 Feb. 53. 

Alexander Maclean,'' 7 April 54. 

I Alfred Hooper, 16 Jane 54. 

Facings BlvLC^Agents, Messri. Cox ft Co. 



9 Colonel Duncan Cameron lerred the Eattrrn eampalgii of 18M-65 : commanded the 4Snd Ref Iment 
at the bHtile of Alma, and the Uigliland Brigade at the battle of Balaklava, on the expedition to Kericb, 
alrge and fall of S«fbaalopoI, Hnd assault on the ontiTorlcs 18lh June (Medal and Clasp*). 

4 LIeut.-CoIonel Alex. Cameron served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-6S, Including tha battles of Alma 
mad BalNklaTa, and sloge of Sebatitop«>l (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Major Murray served at the siege of 8ebafctopol from June ISM (Medal and Cla«p). 

M^or Wilkiiwun served tlio Eastern campaign of I854-65, including the battle of Alma and siege of 
Bcbastopol (Medal and Clasp*). 

7 Hi^or Pitcaim serred iliv Eautem campaign of 1654-56, Including the battles of A'ma and Bataklava, 
expediMon to Kertrb, siege and fall of Sebaiiopot, and assault on the outworks iSth June (Medal ami Clasps). 

6 Major Graham served tiie bastem campaign from Dec. IBM, including the expedition to Kertcb, 
sieKO and fall of SobaMopol, and a^iiault upon the outirorka 18th June (.Vedul and Claup). 

9 Captains M'Leod. Montgomery, Drysdale, Grove, Webber, Sir P. A. Haikett, Scott, Lients. Lawson and 
Wood, and Aasht.-gurgeon Mackinnon served the L'astni campaign of 1854-55, includins the battles of 
Alma and Balakiava, expedition to Kertcb, siege and fall of SebAstopol, and acsault on tba outworks on 
IStli June (M»ial and Clasps). 

11 Captain Ward served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in.*Iading the bailies of Alma and Balakiava, 
expedition to Kertch, sfege and fall of 8cbat(topol (received a slight comuRion from the fragment of a shell 
tn the ir^nehes), and assanlt on the outworks fSih June (Medal and Clasps). , 

lit Captain Gordon served with the 48th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign, Inelading the battles of 
ATma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and commanded the party of Uie S8th which was engaged in 
repulsing the sortie on the 20th Dec., for which he was honourably mentioned by Lord Raglan (Medal and 
Clasps). 

13 Lleat. Dunbar served in the Eastern campaign from Dec. 1854, including the expedition to Kertcb, 
slese of Sebasiopol, and assault on the outworks 18th June (Modal and Claup}. 

IS Lieut. WbighaMi served in the Eastern campaign from Dec. 1854, including the expedition to Kertch, 
sieiee and fall of Strbasiopol. and assault on the outworks I8ih June (Medal and Clasp). 

ii Li4*ni. Wilson rerved the Ea^^tern campaign of 1864-55, including the battle of Ba'i^lava, expedition 
to Kertch, sle^e aud fall of Bebastopol, and assault upon tiie outworks on I8ih June (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Lieuta. Blnck, Cmmpton, Fcrs;ufton, Baird, Green, Farquharson, Bon. R. H. Stewart, He^keth 
(reeeived a cnntu'lon from a round rhot In the trenches), and Braniiy, served at the fiego and fall of 
Sebastopol from Julv 1836 (Merial and Clai>p). 

18 Paymaster Basalaette serred at tha siege of Sebasiopol from June 1866 (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Qoartermaster M'Gregor served the Bastem campaign of 1854-55, Including tiro baUle of Alma, expe- 
dition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and as»anlt on the outworks I8ih June (Medal and Claspct). 

80 Sarveon Purlong served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, including the afTafr of Bulganac, battles ol 
Alma, Balakiava, and Inkerman, expedition to Kertch, siege of Sebastopol, and assault on tba outworks 18th 
Jitna (Medai and Clasps). 

91 Assist-Surgeon Maclean served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, Including the battle of Balakiava, 
expedition to Kertch, siege of Sebastopol, and assault on the outworks 18(h June (Medal and Clasps). 



CmtiHuation of Notes to 49rd Foot. 

9 JLlsut. Medhurst served with the 5Ut Regt. throughout the Burmese war of 1859 (Medal) ; on board the 
B. I. C. steam sloop Setottris during tiie naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockadea on 
the Rangoon River ; served dnripg the snceeeding three days' operations in the tichiity (Including the 
siorrolog of the White House Redoubt) and at the storm and eaptore of Kangoon ; also at the asadult and 
capture of Baasein 19th May. 

10 Lieuts. Glover and Sargent served with the 51st Regt. throughout the Burmese war of \BL2 (Medal) ; on 
board the E. I.C. steam frlsate Feroot during the narai action and destruction of the enemy's stockades 
«ik ttw RanaooB River; daring the snceeedinff three days' oforations in the flcinity,and al the storm and 
captnre of Rangoon. 



II LI. Mortal served with the 51st Regt. throoghont the Burmese war of 1869 (Medal) *, onboard the E.I.C. 
steBMftteate Ferooz during the naval action and destroeiion of the onemy's stoekadea on the Rangoon 
Blvtr; served durint the soceaeding three diys* operations in thetlclnHy (ineluding the storming of Che 



White Booae Redonbi), and at the storm and capture of Rangoon, 
IS Doctor Barclay served in the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and in that of I86I-9-8 (H(dal). 



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iZrd{Monmouthshire) Regt. of F.{Lt.Inf.) [l.-'S'^.'/^^V^IJS.'&liSJS: 

BRX," xCORUNNA** *« BUSACO'* ** PDENTSS D'ONOR** •• CIUDAD RODRIOO" •* BADAJOZ** 
•• SALAMANCA** " VITTORIA- •• NIVRLLE* " NIVE" «« TOULOUSE** «• PENINSULA.** 

—^ ColoneL^lf Sir James Fergussoo.* KCB. JSns. 20 Aug. 01; Lt,9 Feb. 04; 

!^ Capt. 1 Dec. 06 ; Mqjor, 3 Dec. 12 ; Lt,-Col 10 May 14 ; Col. 22 July 30 ; 

Wf >f Mqjor-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Qen. 1 1 Nov. 61 ; CoU 43rd Foot, 26 Mar. 60. 

l^ Lieut-ColoneU.—nenrj Skipwith,* £ns. P 24 Oct. 34; Lieut, P26 Jan. 39; 

I Capt. P 6 Aug. 42; Mqj. P28 Feb. 51 ; Lt.-CoU p 17 Oct. 61 ; Coh 28 Nov. 64. 

^, 'James Brown, Em. p 16 June 16; Lieut. 6 Oct. 20; Capt. 28 Sept. 30; 

M^j<yi'y 11 Feb. 42 ; Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

ilfq/(W*.— George Talbot, *., Ens. 2 Feb. 26 ; Lievt. p9 Sept. 28 ; Capt. P 3 Apr. 

36 ; Brev. Mqj. 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, 29 July 63 ; Brev, Lt.-Col. 20 June 64. 

James Maurice Primrose^, Bns. Jan. 37 ; Lieut. 7 May 41 ; Capt» 11 Apr. 

48 ; Mqj. 9 Feb. 65. 



Captains. 
Dawson Cornelius Gi-eenc' 
Fred. Sadleir Bruere* . . 
Fra. Hutchinson Synge . . 
Thomas Hugh Cockburn 

William Milneb* 

Henry J. Parkin Booth* , 
William John Dorehill*.. I 
John Geo. C. Disbrowe..{ 
Thomas Edmonds Holmes 
John Francis Girardot? . . ! 
Henry B. Harrison Rocke 
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P 3 July 40 
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P 6 Mar. 40 
6 June 45 
11 June 47 
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P 28 Dec. 38 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P14 Aug. 60 



Lieutenants. 

Hugh Robinson* 

Charles Reginald Mure, *«. 

Charles Calvert* 

Robert Coke Glover '^ . . ! 
John Frederick Trydell . . \ 
Samuel Tomyus Sargent' ° 
Fred. Edward Med hurst*. 
Arthur G.Evelyn Morley", 
Robt. M. Pakenham, J^'.{ 
Hen ry Trafford Ti-afford •*, 
John B. Bowes Elliott . . . 
Wm. Stewart Richardson 
Hon. Arthur Ern. Harris! 
Herbert Johnes Berners j 
Harry Armstrong Brett. . | 
Thomas CoUings Maguirej 
Fred. Guy Eaton Glover . 

Arthur R. Close | 

Harry Gorton < 

Ensigns. | 

Stanley Crozler 

Thomas Elmes 

Chris. HoreHatchell.. 

Vere Fane 

William Linesay .... 



P 14 Dec. 49 

P 16 Aug. 60 

P 14 Mar. 61 

P 18 Jan. 60 

23 Msr. 47 

18 May 49 

P 14 June 50 

P17 Sept. 60 

6 July 52 

31 Mar. 40 

P 13 Jan. 64 

23 Nov. 62 

14 April 64 

P 7 June 64 

P 8 Sept. 64 

P 26 Aug. 64 

P 9 Sept. 64 

P 13 Apr. 65 

P 1 May 55 

8 June 55 
16 June 55 

6 July 55 

9 Oct. 65 
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4 U«). PrinroM, Capli. QfCCM. 
Brnere, Milset, and Booth t LieaU. 
Roblnsoa. Mure, and Calvert ; Pay- 
master M'Crra i QtiartemiMtor 
Denton } and Anist.-8ttrv. Had- 
den. terred with the 4Std ha tho 
Kaffir war of 18&I-&S (Medal). 

6 TapUtn DoreblU aerred with 
the Baft In the battle of Panalar 

( Medal), and was severely wounded 
on ihe rlfbt side of his breast. 

7 Capt. Oirardot commanded a 
detachment on board the Birten- 
Aeod. when wrecked off Daafcr 
Point, Cape of Oood Hopo, on til* 
nl(ht of the SSth Feb. IStt. Be 
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imee 7ei«ttsson served the eampaign of 180S-9. Inelndlng the hatUesof VImleraand Conuma. BxpediUoat* 
n in 1808. Peninsular eampaifns from Mareh 1810 to Uie end of that war in 1814, inelndlnf the piasag* eftfce Con. 
elda«batMeof Bttsaeotaetlons at Pombal. Kedfaiha. Miranda de Corvo, Fos d'Arooce, and Babufal i bottle of 
*Onor, slecas and assnulu of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoi. botUe of Salamanea, aetion of San Munoa, paaaage of 
loa, battle of d»e Nlvelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, 13th and ISth Dee. ISlSt and fasvcatmcBt 
ae. Mi^Jor-General Fergnssoo has received Are wounds. vU. at Vimiera, slifhUj i at the stormlns of Cindad 
■everely In the body and slichUy In the footi at BadaJoi, alifhtly In the side by a splinter of a sheU in th« 
and In the head at the assault. He has received the Oold Medal for Badajos, as senior survivinr Oflleer of the 
'islon Stormbiff Party i and ho also served in the Storminf Party at Ciudad Kodhgo and at thetakhag of the oat* 
hat plaee Fort Beynaid. He has also received the Silver War Medal with eiffat Clasps. 

oL SklpwlOi eommandod the 4lrd in the Kafir war of 1 Ml AS-U (Medal). . - ^T^ 

Draflbid served with the 61st Ragt la BniTaah, from Sept. ISftS to the end of the war, and was preoentwlth Captnla^ l^ 
taehmcnl of ibur Companies with Brigadier Oenaral Cbeape's force during the whole of fin MueessfttI openMoos Ib-^ 
bcw district, ending In the assault and captuie, on the 19th March lS5t, of the stronghold of the Burmesa chief 
t. C For remainder 9i oous, see preceding page. 



Pay/iiaftor.~Herbert Taylor M'Crea/ 6 June 61 ; J7ii«.2 Aug. 44 '; Lt.\7 Dec.46. 
Adjutant. — Lieut, Robert Maxwell Pakenham, 6 July 65. 
Quarter^Afaeter. — Joseph Denton/ 16 Aug. 48. 

Surgeon. — Alexander Barclay,** M.D., 13 April 62; Attitt.-Surg. 22 Dec. 43. 
Assistant'Surgeona. — John Madden/ 2 Oct. 46. 

Robert Browne, 1 March 44. 

Charles Dodgson Madden, M.D., 9 Feb. 66. 
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Depot, WBlmir.J ^^^ 

The Sphifur, "EGYPT" "BADAJOZ" "SALAMANCA" "PENINSULA" "BLADENg. 
BURa»* "WATERLOO" "AVA" - ALMA" "INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL^Sir Frederick Ashwortli,' Ens, 6 July 09; Lt. 23 April 00 : Capt. 18 
Half Oct. 02; MajoTy 22 Nov. 10; Lieut.-Col. 21 Jan. 10; CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; 
P*7- Majar-Oen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Lieut.- Gen, 20 June 64 ; CoL 44 Foot, 8 Feb. 66. 
Lt,' CoU.—Hon. Augustus Almeric Spencer,' CB. £ne. 8 Apr. 26; L<. P6 July 27 ; 
Capt, P 6 Apr. 31 ; ilf(y. p 21 July, 43 ; Lt.-CoL 17 May ,46 ; Col. 20 June 64. 
Charles William Dunbar Stavcley,' CB. Ens. p 6 Mar. 86 ; Lievt.P4 0ct. 30: 

Capt. P6 Sept. 44 ; Major, 7 Dec. 50 ; Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 64. 
Afq;(^«.— William MacMahon,^ Ens. p 6 Nov. 36; Lieut. 28 Feb. 40; Capt, 

17 May 46 j Maf. 12 Dec. 64; Brev. Lt.'Col 2 Nov. 66. 
Andrew Browne,^ Ens. p30 Apr. 41 ; Lieut. 14 Oct. 42 ; Capt. p 8 Sept. 46 • 
Brev.'Mqf. 12 Dec. 54 ; Jf/y . 31 Aug. 66. ' 

c7pt7i'ks. '" 1 "knTI^T ~Ti euJ:~~" 

William Spring p 30 Dec. 26 p 1 June 32 i 

Fred. Sykes Daubency^ . • | 20 Nov. 40 p 13 May 42 

William Faussett,» * j 7 July 43 p23 Aug. 44 

John Robinson,' s j 26 Ocl. 42 p 22 Dec. 43 

GeorgeN.Micklethwaite'^ p 10 Feb. 43 20 July 44 

Astley Greene 24 Oct. 42 17 May 46 

Godfrey Cooper p 27 June 46 p 2 Apr. 47 

Edward Ogle Streatfeild. . p 3 Oct. 46 p 10 Dec. 47 

Richard Preston'* p 27 Feb. 46 ' p 24 Nov. 48 

William Fletcher" p 6 Nov. 46 p 21 Mar. 61 

Fred. Wm. Gregory** . . 20 Dec. 48 24 Mar. 53 

Levett Thoroton** p 16 May 61 p 2 Dec. 63 

Hon. Henry Handcock** p 16 Sept. 61 p 13 Jan. 64 

Robert Baillie p 7 May 47 P 26 Dec. 61 

Bradford Smith Hoskins*^ P17 Aug. 62 ;p17 Feb. 64 
Francis John Hercy .... P 28 Oct. 53 j 27 Oct. 64 

I LiBUTENANTtS. 

, George Ingham P 21 Mar. 61 ' 6 June 64 

Wm. Arthur Wood,><fl£(/. 13 May 63; 11 Aug. 54 

' Alex. W. Cobham p 2 Dec. 63 ; 8 Dec. 64 

I George Evatt Acklom'^.. p13 Jan. 64 8 Dec. 

I Joseph Logan'7 p 3 Feb. 64 8 Dec. 

• Fra. Dalrymple Walters" 6 June 64 j Feb. 
' Matthew Skinner Smith 7 June 64 9 Feb. 
! Arthur William Staveley**, 16 June 64! Feb. 
, Peter Mclnnis*<» i 10 Aug. 64! F^b. 

A.deMontmorcy. Fleming! 11 Aug. 64 Feb 

John Jennings Kendall >< ;P18 Aug. 64 Mar. 66 

Thomas OrtonHoworth** 20 Dec. 64 Mar. 65 

Edw. Charles P. Pigott ><" p 16 Jan. 56 10 June 65 

Elliott Arthur Raymond 18 Feb. 66 10 June 55 

James Kay 10 Feb. 66 10 June 65 

Azim Salvator Birch .... 20 Feb. 65 20 June 66 

Robert Montresor Rogers 21 Feb. 55 3 Aug. 66 

Geo. Cuthbertson Bower 22 Feb. 65 17 Aug. 66 

Charles Ford 23 Feb. 65 31 Aug. 66 

George Lilly Mellish .... 15 Mar. 66 23 Nov. 66 
I George Egerton Hodgson 16 Mar. 65 7 Dec. 66 

I Philip Morton Pitt 6 Apr. 66 7 Dec. 65 

Ensioks. 

j Edward M*Carroll ! 14 June 65 

ITIiomasGash 18 July 65 

Henry Leake ' 10 July 65 

Joshua Paul Barker . . . . ; 20 July 55 

Henry Norman Salis. . . . | 27 July 65 

John Rice Newbolt . . . . j 3 Aug. 65 

Henry Fra. Geo. Webster j 10 Aug. 55 

Cha.UenryLaprimandaye'p 10 Aug. 55 

I James Strachan 30 Aug. 65 

'John A. Julian Brlggs . . p 30 Aug. 56 
' Abraham Anderson .... 7 Sept. 55 
, Aug. Richard Trimmer . . 23 Nov. 65 

; Fhinds O'Neill 6 Dec. 65 

[Charles Baisett Lewis ..'p 7 Dec, 66 



1 Sir Prcderick Ailiworth 
serred in ibe&Sth, We^t Indies, 
in 1801 and 1808 ; ou ili« u- 
pediUon to Naples under Sir 
James Craig in 180S and 0, and 
was present at the batUe of 
Maldo, and served the cam- 
paisn In Calabria. In 1800 be 
was at the capture of the 
islands of Ischia and I'rocida. 
Ue served afterwards in the 
Peninsula with the Snd Batt. 
of the 58ib, and was present at 
the battle of Salamanca, at the 
whole of the sipge of Burgos 
and retreat from thence into 
Portugal ; subsequently to 
which l.e served with the Army 
on thn eastern coast of Spain. 
In 1 81 4- IS he served in Ca- 
nada ; in France in 1810, and 
in Jamaica in 1817. He has 
received the War Medal with 
two Clasps for Maida and 
Salamanca. 



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Paymaster. — 

A^utanU-^Lieut, Wm. Arthur Wood," 2 March 66. 
Quarter-Master. — Richard Q. Thomsett, 27 July 66. 
Surgeon.—- J AmeB Mee, 6 May 64 ; Atsist.'Surg. 28 March 46. 
Assistant' Surgeons. — John Gibbons,** 7 June 60. 

Richard Lewise Butler,^* 7 April 64. 

John Johnson, 26 May 64. 

FofiingsYeilovr.— Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 



8 Colonel Hon. A.. A.. Spencer Mrred the Eastern eampaifn of 18d4-M. and eomraended the 44th Rert. 
at the batUee of Alma and Inkerman, tiesre of Sebastopo], and attack and occupatloB of the Cemetery aod 
Suburbs on the 18th June— wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Uettt.-Colonel Stareley served the Eadem campalfm of 1894-65, including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava (volunteered his services as Alde-de-Camp to the Duke of Cambridge), siege of Sebastopol, and 
attack and occupation of the Cemetery and Suburbs on tlie 18th Juno. Succeeded to tho command of 
the Regt. (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Lieut.-(.'olonel MacBfahon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma end 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and attack and occupation of the Cemetery and Suburbs on the ]8ih Jane 
(Medal and Clasps). 

5 Major Brovne served the Eastern campaign of 1854. Including the battle of Alma and siege of 
Sebastopol, and was severely pounded in the trenches on the 20th October by a thell, occasioning 
amputation of right arm and part of left hand (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Capt. Daubeileysorved with the55lh Regt. In China (Medal), and was present at the escalade and capture 
of Chin Kiang Poo, where he carried the Regimental Colour, which was shot in two places. 

8 Midors Faussi'tt and Robinson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, inchiding the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebostopol, and attack and occuiation of tho Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal 
and ClMsps). 

10 Capt. Micklethvaita served with theSSrd Regt. in the eampaign on the Sutl^ In 1846 and was present 
at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sohraon (Medal and Clasps). Served in the 44th Reet. the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

13 M^lor Preston, Captains Pletcher, Gtegory, Tliomton, Hon. H. HanJcock, and Hosklns (contused at 
Alma from a spent mnsket-ball), served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal 
and Clasp.*;. 

14 Lieut. Wood served the Eastern campaign of 1854>55, tncludiner the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol (contusion from a round shot In the trenches 17ih Oct. 54), and attack and occvpatlun 
of the Cemotery on the 18th June (Medal and Clasps). 

16 Lleuts. Acklom and Kendall served at the siege of Sebaspotol, including the attack oa the 18th Jone 
(Medal). 

17 Lieut. Logan served at the ylego of Sebastopol In 1855, Inclading the attack on the 18th June^sererely 
wounded (Medal). 

18 Lieut, nralters served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, Including the attack oa the 18th June 
•(Medal). 

10 Lleuts. SUveley and Pigott, and Asslst-Surgeon Butler, served in the trenches before Sebastopol 
(Medal). 

SO Lieut. Mclnnls served in the Crimea. 

21 Lieut. Howorth served at the siege of Sebastopol, including the attack oa the 18th Jone— severely 
wounded (Medal). 

25 Autst.-Surgeon Gibbons served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56. Including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol (wounded 20th Oct. 54, by a shell in the trenches), and attack and occupation 
of the Cemetery on the 18th June. Especially mentioned ia Loni Baglan'a despatches fot his exertions 
(Medal and Clasps). 



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«IU)I.BIA" "VIMIBBA" "TaLAVBRA" "BuSACO" " PUBITTBS D'OkOR '* "ClODAD RODKIGO" 
^BaDAJOB" ** SAIAK AXCA" "VITTOWA" "PrjIBMEBS" "NiTELLB" ••OXTHBS" 

*• Toui.ou8B»» "Pbxiksula" "Ava." 
Colonel--^ Q» Sir Colin Halkett/ GCB. GCH. Lieut.-CoL 17 Not. 1803; 

Col. 1 Jan. 12; MqjoT-Qen. 4 June 14 ; Lt.-Qen. S2 July 30; Oen. Not. 

46 ; Col. 46th ficfft. 12 July 47. 
Lieut.-ColoneL— Henry Cooper,* JStw. p 26 Feb. 29; Lieut, P 6 Apr. 81 ; Capt. 

P 13 Not. 85 ; Mqjor, 10 Sept. 45 ; Lt,'Col. 10 July 48 ; Col, 28 Not. 64. 
3f<yor*.— William R. Preston, Uns. P24 Sept. 29; Lieut, P22 Feb. 83 ; Capt, 

P 18 Oct. 39 ; Mqjor, 19 July 48 ; Bt. Lt,.Col. 20 Feb. 66. 
Henry John Shaw, Ene, P23 Mar. 38; Lieut, P 7 June 39; Capt. '1 July 

42 ; Mqjor, P 4 Not. 53. 



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John Butler Wheatstone i i May 21 
Geo. A. L. Blenkinsopp* 'p 4 Sept. 35 

Robert Bates^ I 6 J une 34 

Henry WoodblneParish,^« p 9 Mar. 89 





















Stephen Biltoc Gordon 
Henry Downe Griffith 

Robert Miller 

Rob. Beck ford Johnstone 

James M*Crea * 

Henry Leach * 

Trevor Goff * 

Fred. Robert Grantham* 

Lieutenants. 
George Staepolc Coxon* 

Arthur Smyth 

George Larannt Hobbs^ . 
Cliarles Lewis Griffin, «. . . 
Robert Graham Howard* 
Drury Rich. Barnes, atJ^. 
William Hodnett Rowland 

Alexander Walker 

Henry Lucas 

Thomas Aug. Burrowes 
Henry Safe Willoughby 
£. Gambler Eliot Atherley 

Richard Blair 

Richard Grey 

George Champagne Close 

Bnsigns. 
James Alexander Stubbs 
John Ingle Preston .... 
Fred. Wm. Swann Webber 
Caulfield Fra. Beamish 
William John Saul . . 

Adam Perry 

John Cliarles Kingsley 

Edward O'Neill 

Christian B. Steward.. 
Arthur G. Smith 



7 June 39 
13 June SO 

21 May 42 

27 May 4-:^ 

28 May 42 
P 22 July 42 
P 25 July 45 
P 6 Feb. 40 

P 29 Mar. 44 
P 9 Dec. 45 

29 Jan. 47 
19 Mar. 47 

P 23 Apr. 47 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 2 Aug. 48 
1 Aug. 48 
P 22 June 40 
26 April 51 
P 17 June 51 
P23Nov. 62 
P 18 Mar. 63 

22 Apr. 63 
P 4 Nov. 53 



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31 Mar.2G 

P31 May 39 

P26 Dec. 38 

16 Apr. 42 

16 Apr. 42 

6 Apr. 36 

P 29 Mar. 44 

10 Sept. 45 
P 30 Aug. 44 

16 Oct. 45 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 22 June 49 

29 Jan. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 22 June 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 23 May 51 
P22 Aug. 51 
P 29 Oct. 62 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 16 Sept, 54 
P 18 Oct. 54 

17 Nov. 54 
P17 Nov. 54 
p 21 Sept. 55 



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28 May 63 
22 Dec. 48 



20 June 64 



16 Nov. 41 
P29Mar. 44 

15 Oct. 46 
P 6 Feb. 46 

19 July 48 
P 20 Oct. 43 
P 29 Oct. 52 
P 4 Nov. 53 
6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 
P 15 Sept. 64 
P 13 Oct. 54 



4 Major Blenklnsopp lerTed 
liie Kaffir campaigo of lb47 
(Medal) ; and he commanded 
I hr detachment of the 45th Regt. 
in the action with and defeat of 
ihe Behel Boen at Boem Plaat> 
(South Africa) S8th Aug. 1848. 

6 Captains Bates, M*Crea, 
Leach, OofT, and Orantham, 
^rved the Kaffir campaien of 
1840-7 (Medal). 



8 Lieut. Honrard was present In the aollon 
with aaddeft;atof thelnsureent Boers at Born^ 
Plaats, 20ih Aug. 1848; and remained in the 
Sovereignty until its abandonment in 1863: lie 
was fn-quentlr engaged in minor actions. In 
Feb. 1861 he was at two engageraeuU with 
tiie Tambookies (Mrdal); and in ^ov. 1869 
be was at the batile of Berea. 

11 AsNbt.-Burgeon Peake served tbrovghout 
the Kaffir war of 1851.63 (Medal). 



6 June 64 
16 June 64 
P 18 Aug. 54 
14 July 54 
P 13 Oct. 64 
P17 Nov. 64 
13 April 65 
11 May 55 
P 7 Dec. 55 
P 21 Dec. 65 
Paywtfljfer.— Monkhouse Graham Taylor, 26 Aug. 36; Bm, PlO June, 13; 
A4jutant,'^Lieut, Drury Richard Barnes, 17 Nov.'54. [Lieut. P 6 Sept. 22. 
Quarter-Master,— Kic\\hr6^ Power,'«28 Mav 47. 

j!?ur^«m.— Francia Robert Waring,' 15 Dec. 46 ; A8tiet,Surg, 8 May, 36. 
As8igt,'Surgeont,-^6hii Phillips Cunningham, M.D. 13 April 62. 
George William Peake," M.D. 25 Sept. 49. 
Facingt Qreeu.— Agents, Messr*. Price and Boostegd. 

1 Sir CoUn Holkett has received the Gold Cross for Albuhera, Salamanca, Vittorio, and the postage of th9 
Nlve, and waa severelj wounded at Waterloo. -» * r -•» « »«» 

9 Li«iit..Col. Cooper served tho Kaffir campaign of 1846 (Medal}. 
.u* f^P'J'*'^**^ served the Kaffir campaign of 184d-47 (Medal), Wot in command of two Oorapaalei of 
the 45th Rcgt, a l>etochment Cape M. Bifles, and 900 Zulus, sent from Natal to aid Mi^jor Warren In the 
•overeignty, from Aug. 1861 to July 1852. .^ . .. 

Lieut. Coxon wrved >n the Orange River Sovereigotj, Cape of Good Hope, iu 1861, where he was 
dangeinosly wounded (shot through both thighs) in nn encounter with Bucrs and Holientois. 

7 Lieut. Hubbs served the Kaffir campaign of 1850-68 (Medal): commanded the rear-guard of th« 91st 
B«gt. aa a volunteer on 89th Dec. 1860, wiien two officers and twenty-two men were i^illed, and one officer 
and eighteen men wounded ; was appointed Captain Commandant of a native force of 83u men, which he 
comnanded for several months on patrol through the Amatolas and Waterkloof; in Dee. 1861 he waa 
afala attaidwd to the 91st Rigt. as a volunteer ; rejoined the 46th Regt. early In 1862, and accompanied 
it on e^ ery patrol through the Waterkloof and Amatolas until the termination of the war; was several 
tlmcf named in General Ordera. 

9 Ssirgeon Waring served the Kaffir campaign of 1847 (Medal). 

10 Quarter-Maater Power served with the 00th Rifles in the Kaffir War of 1861-2.8 (Medal). 



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P 5 Apr. 39 
] June 41 

28 May 42 
P 3 Mar. 43 

26 Apr. 44 
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20 May 42 
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14 July 54 
P25 Aug. 54 

15 Sept. 54 
5 Nov. 54 
5 Nov. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
P 16 Jan. 55 

20 Feb. 55 

22 Feb. 55 

21 Feb. 55 

23 Feb. 55 



15 Mar. 55 

16 Mar. 55 
6 April 55 
1 May 55 

11 May 55 
1 June 55 

John Abbott | 15 June 55 

Frederick Concher | p 22 June 55 

Peter And. John Ducrow 6 July 55 
Allan Jo»hua KentiBh . . P 17 Aug. 55 
Stewart James Carlow . . I 2 Oct. 55 
Henry Alnslie Whitroore i 9 Nov. 55 



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P 29 Oct. 41 

P 27 Sept. 42 

P 11 July 45 

P 6 Nov. 46 

22 Feb. 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

26 Apr. 44 

6 July 45 

P28 Apr. 48 

P 10 Nov. 48 

31 Dec. 52 

P 1 Apr. 53 

P 28 Oct. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 3 Feb. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

P24Mar. 54 

15 Sept. 54 

22 Sept. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Deo. 54 

9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
OFeb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 

P 4 May 55 
6Julv 55 

P21 Sept. 55 
2 Oct. 55 

P 26 Oct. 55 



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2 Not. 65 



46th ( The South Devonshire) Regt. of Foot. [^"S^^^nctSSii.^' 

" DOMINICA" " SEVASTOPOL." 
CoUmeh^SirZohn Lysaght Pennofether,* KGB. Ccr. 14 Jan. 18 ; i^20 Feb. 23; 

Crti;*.5 Nov.25; ilfq;. 22 March 31 ; Lt.-Col. 18 Oct, 39 j Col. 19 June 

46 ; M<y,'Gen, 20 June 54 ; Col. 46th Foot, 19 Nov. 54. 
Xiett/.-CflSi.— «Ilob€rtGarrett,«KH. Enf. p6 Mar. 11 ; L^.S Sept 12 ; Capt.^1 

July 14; JtfVy*. p 19 Sept. 26; Br.'Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. p 16 May 45; 

Co2. 20 June 54. ^ «.«..« 

Alexander Maxwell,* -En*.Pl9June35; Xi«u/.P28Dec.38; Cap*, p 27 Sept 42; 

Mqjor, P 19 Sept. 48 ; LL-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
Afq/ar*.— Arthur George Vesey,* Bru. P29 May 35 ; lAeut. p 26 Aug. 37 ; CapU 

P 22 July 42 : Brev.-M(^. 20 June 64 ; Mqfor, 29 Dec. 54. 
Colin Fred. Campbell,* JBns. 1 May 40; Lieut. 10 Mar. 42 ; Capt. p 13 Aug. 47 ; 

Mem ory P II May 55^; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. 5 5. 
Captains. 

Arthur Wombwell 

AlgernonRobertGarrett,«. 
Robert William Piper . . 
John Edward Lyons .... 
James George Clarke . . 

Albert Nicholas 

Henry Fuller Sandwith. . 
Chas. Robert Shervinton' 
George Fred. Dallas** . . 
Charles S. M'Alester .... 
John Augustus Fane .... 
Alfred Henry Waldy .... 

Richard Llnellyn 

I Thomas Douglas Forde, s 

j Nicholas Dunscombe. . . . 

Hon. Wm. Henry Herbert 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

i George Henry Knapp* . . 
William Thomas Waldy 
I Tho. John Barlow Connell 
; George Morland Huttoit 
; Richard Coote 
i Hen. Carr Wm. Hamond 

I Henry Lawson 

Bdw. Hawker Helyar" .. 
Edward Townshend* .... 
Thos. Geo. B. Atkinson. . 
Percy Malcolm Jones . . 
John Uomdon Messenger 
Richard Edward Brookes 

Andrew Whitten 

James Cross, A4f' 

John Spencer Churchill . 
j Charles John Burgess . 

Frank Grieve 

Henry James Hitchcock, 
William John Foster . . . 

George Morland 

Ensions. 
Titomas Mortimer Kelson 
Fra. Robert Fishboume . . 

George Philips 

Henry Charles Marsack . 
George Power Cobbe .... 
Vesey Daly 



P 8 May 

P 28 Apr. 48j 

P23 Apr. 52 

P 16 Dec. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 28 Apr. 54 

6 June 54 

22 Sept. 54 

P 22 Sept 54 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

2 Feb. 65 

p 6 June 55 

2 Oct 55 

P 16 Nov. 55 



1 Bir John Penncfkther 
Mr%ed in Sir CbarlM Napiar't 
campaign in Scinde» and com- 
manded the Infantry Bri«ndeat 
ih« battle of Meeanee (M edalX 
and was shot through the body : 
be was alio at the deitructioa 
or the Fort of Imaumghttr. 
Served throughout the Baetern 
campaign of I8M, In command 
or a brigade In tlie 9nd dlviiion 
at the baUle of the Alma (hon* 
twice wounded) and tlege of 
Sebaitopol (incioding the re- 
pulie of the powerAil tonie 
on the S6th October), and la 
command of the dlvbion at and 
after the battle of Inkerman 
(horse killed under htm>. 



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Adjutant. — JAeui, JameB Cross, 3 Mar. 55. 
Quarter^Moiter, — George SandersoDy 28 April 54. 
Surffeaju—Yere Webb,^ 28 March 54 ; A*iiit.*Surg. 13 Oct 43. 
AsHstant'Surgeons. — Charles Carroll Dempster, 5 May 54. 
Ralph Robert Scott, 28 July 54. 



Facings Yellovr.— Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



9 Colonel Gamtt lerred in the PenUsala with the 6th Division in ISII, and with the 4th DiTltloa In 
ISlSand IS,and wai preient in all the actions, sieges, and smaller aflklrs in which those two DivMoas were 
respectively engaged from Fuentes d'Onor in May 1811, until the end of 181S, when he was sent to England 
tor recovery fhmi his wounds. He received two wounds at the attack of the Forts at Salamanca, on 
which occasion the command of the Light Company of the Queen's and some Artillery devolved upon 
himw he being the only survlrlng officer of the column he attacked with ; and be was again severely 
woasided in the Pyrenees. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Sala- 
manca, Tittoria. and Pyrenees. Served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-A5 (Medal and CUisp). 

9 Lt.-Colooel Bfazwell served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1864-55 (Medal and Clasp). 

4 Major Yeeey served at the siege of SelMstopoI in 1854-55 (Medal and Clasp). 

5 UeuL-Col. Campliell served at tho siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55, and waa wounded In the trandiea 
(Medal and Clasp). 

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7 Surgeon Webb served with the 10th Regt. throughout the Pnqjaub campaign of 1848-9, Indndlng the 
whole of the siege operationsbefore, and surrender of Mooltan. and battle of Ooojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 
Served with the 46th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal and Clasp). 

Captain Shervlnton, Lieuts. Knapp, Helyar (wounded at Inkcrman), and Townsbend, served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of 
SdMtttopol (Me<Ul and Clasps). 

10 Captain Dallas served In the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the sieee of Sebastopol and battle 
of Inkerman, where he succeeiled to the command of the two Companies 46th Regt (Medal and Clasp). 

•«• Minors Wombwell,and Garrett, Captains Piper. M'Alester, Fane, Waldy, Uiiellyn. Forde,and Dun- 
combe, Lis. Waldy, Goote, Hamond, Lawson, Atliinson, Whitten, Cross, Paymaster Sibley, Qr.-Master 
Sanderaon, Assist^nrgeons Dempster and Scott, served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal 
and Clasp). 

OapCains Clarke, Nicholas, and Herbert, LU. Connell, Hutton, Jones, Messenger, Brooks, Churchill, 
Bargess, Bntigns Foster, Kelson, and Marsaek, served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal and 
Clatp). 



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CapM6Julyl2; 3fq/or, 18 June 15; X^-Co2. 21 Jan. 19 ; Co2. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

ilfq;.-G«n.0Nov.46; X/.- Gen. 20 June 54; CoZ. 47th Foot, 27 Aug. 54. 
Xteu^.-a)2<.— Wm. 0*Orady tialy,>GB. .Sw. P17 June28; XtPl9Julydl; 

CapU P25 Apr. 34 ; Mqf, p 19 May 46 ; Lt.-Col P 27 Bee. 50 ; Co^ 28 Nor. 54. 
Richard T. Farren,* CB. Bnt. 30 May 34 ; Lieut. 31 Jan. 40 ; Capt. 3 Jan. 45; 

Mqfor, P27 Dec. 50 ; Brev. Zieut.-Col. 13 Bee. 54 ; lAeut-Vcl 9 Mar. 55. 
Jira/or«.— James VilUers/ Mns.P 31 Dec. 3d ; Lieut. P 24 Sept. 41 ; Capt. p 24 

Dec. 47 ; Brev.^Mqf. 12 Dec. 54 ; If€(j. 4 May 55 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 17 Jqly 55. 
Robert William Lowry/ JEVu. p29 Dec. 40 ; Lieut. 12 May 43; Caj^. p 18 Feb. 

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Henry Call J^ddei* p 15 Jan. 41 

Hen. Meade HamUton,?^. p 9 Aug. 39 
John Henry Lowndes* .. p 13 July 41 
aias. Courten^y VilUers* p 12May 43 
George Wm.Armiti^.... 29 Jan. 46 
Wm. 8ankey,"*.l.<?.«NoT.55 p 19 Apr. 44 

Thomas Roper'* p 30 Jan. 46 

NathanielGeorgePhilips'^ P19 May 46 

Charles Blgee'^ 14 Apr. 46 

Chfts.Aldersey Stevenson' p25 Dec. 47 
Richard George Ellison" PlSt'eb. 48 
FitzWm. Fred. Hunter" p21 July 48 
Sampson Plllcington .... 3 Jan. 45 
James Armar Lowry" . . p 18 Sept, 49 
Henry J. Buchanan*. • . • p 14 June 50 
Jasper Lncas** P2dJune48 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Han. Bernard M. Ward^^ 

Charles Finnerty , 

Thomas Palmer/* Adj. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BRBT.-MAJ. 



P 12 July 50 
, 25 Oct. 50 
jPHFeh. 51 
Hen. Bowles Geo. Stokes'* P 23 Jan. 52 
GraiuTlUe Waddilove'* . . ? 23 Nov. 52 

Edward Croker'® ;p 10 Feb. 54 

JamesArthnrBloomfield'^^, 6 June 54 
BrownlowNorthGamier'* P2l July 54 
Richard Parker Hawkes'<* p24 Aug. 54 
W. Camegy de Balinhard p 25 Aug. 54 
" ' • 3 Nov. 54 

5 Nov. 64 
24 Nov. 54 
15 Dec. 54 

12 Jan. 55 
19 Jan. 55 

22 Feb. 55 
11 May 55 

23 Feb. 55 

13 Mar. 55 



James Murray Straton 
Thomas Young' 
Oliver Gaspard DeLancey 
Wm. C. Rodney Mylius. . 
C. Van R. Conway Gordon 

Henry Gem 

Ernest Peake Newman . . 
Elliot James Morres .... 
John Paignton Mallet .. 
George William Daveru. . 

Ensions. 
Gerald Fitzgerald King . . 
Rowland O'Connor .... 
Geoiige Dudley Dawson • . 
Spencer Edward Orr 



P 19 Apr. 44 
P 26 Oct. 41 
3 Jan. 45 
p 30 Jan. 46 
P24 Dec. 47 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 30 Jan. 46 > 24 Dec 47 
p 21 July 48 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 19 Apr. 50 
P 14 June 50 
P 14 June 50 
25 Oct. 50 
P 5 Dec! 51 
P 15 July 58 

5 Sept. 49 

P 10 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dee. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
12 Jan. 55 

Feb. 55 

9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
4 May 55 

17 Aug. 55 
27 Aug. 55 
P 31 Aug. 55 
14 Sept. 55 
2 Oct. 55 



14 Mar. 55 

15 Mar. 55 

16 Mar. 55 
6 April55 



JolmBlake*<» • 1 May 55 



Robert T. F. Stammers. . 
George Gurry Clarke. . . . 

Thomas Quinn'* 

James Alex. Anderson . . 
Wm. St Clair Tisdall .. 
Thomas BaiUie Thomson 

Roderick Hanley 

John James Scott 



25 May 55 

P 5 June 55 

3 Aug. 55 

17 Aug. 55 

14 Sept. 55 

25 Sept. 55 
2 Oct. 55 

26 Oct. 55 



12 Dec. 54 

17 July 55 

2 Nov. 65 

12 D^. 54 



2 Nov. 55 



2 Nov. 55 



P 19 Sept 48 
Pll May 49 
p 4 Sept 4^ 
p 27 Dec. 50 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P27 Apr. 49 
Q June 54 
P 24 Nov. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

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15 June 55 
2 Oct. 55 
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I 1 Lieut-Qmenl Shaw Ken- 
I nedy served with the Mrd 8c«rt 
I at the tlege of Oopenhaten and 
' battle of Kloge la 1807. In the 
Peninsula f^om 1808 |o 18U 
inclative, and was present at 
tlie action of the Coa,siete and 
eapture of Cludad Rodriio and 
of Badi^oi, and battle of Sa* 
maaea, for which he has 



celved tbeWar Medal with three 
Clasps. Berred also the earn* 
palfn of 181S, iadttdtaif the 
battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo. 



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Paymtuter. — ^^ohn Andrew Pope,* 24 March 64. 
Ad§utant.-~-LUui, Thomas Palmer, 16 Oct. 65. 
Quarter-MfiHer.^Wi^iam Mcintosh/ 26 Sept. 46. 
5iir^6(m.— WUliam Walter M^eld." 8 Mar. 64 ; AuiiL-Surg, 20 Jan. 43. 
Asststant'Surffeonal—WnWam Alexander White,' M.B. 18 Oct. 58. 
Henry Grange,^^ 1 Sept. 64. 

Faeingt White. — Agentiy Messrs. Cox k Co. 

t Ool. Half wrrtd ibe Batteni camiwlgik of 18fi4, ladnding the battlet of Alma (obaf|«r killed) and 
lokrrraan (raoelTed four bayonet wounds), eapture of Balaklara, liega of SebMtnpol, and torile on 86tb 
Oct. ( Medal and Claspt). 

8 Ueitt.-CoI. Farran lerf ed the Baitern campaign of 1864-IS6, including the battlef of Alma and Inker* 
mao. captare of Balaklava, dege of Bebattopol, and sortie on 86th Oct. : at Inkermao be was the leolor 
oAcer of the 2qd Brigade Snd Dlrlelon eomingovt of action (M^al an<t Clasp*). 

4 UeuL-Ool. Vil|ler« and M%ioc Lotrndes ierred the Baitem campaign of 1854-55, including the battlee 
of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, tlf>ge of Sebastopol, toriie on S0th Oct, and ttoming the 
Qoarriee on 7th June— eererely wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

5 If^or Lovry served the Bastern campaign of 1854-55, including the baitlf ■ of Alma aad BalaklaTa, 
aad siege of Sebaatopol (Medal and CU^sps). 

6 Captain Lodder senred the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma, eapture of Baia- 
klATa, and siege of Sebastopol (Medaland Clasp). 

7 Major Hamilton lerred the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as D. A. Q. M. Q., including the battto of 
Alma, rapture of Balaklara, and siege of Sebastupol (Hedai sad Oiaspc). 

8 Mi^r vnUerB. CapUins Stetensoo, Ellison, and Buchanan, Lieut. Young, Paymaster Pope, Aisift.- 
Snrgeon While aid Qr.-Maeter M'Intosh, serred the Bastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battlee 
of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on S8th Oct. (Medal and 
Claepa). 

10 Captain Armit, Midor Elgee, l.ieuts. Cooker, Bloomflfld, Qarnler, and Hawkei, and Ensign Blake, 
■erred at the tiege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal). 

11 Lieat-Colonei Saakey served the Bastern campaign of 1854, as D. A. Q. M, O., including tbe battle of 
Alma (diarger kiltod), capture of Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Olaap). 

19 Oaptain Sopfr served Ip the Eaetem campaign of 1864-55, aad wae wounded at the siege of Sebae^pol 

IS Captain Philipe aerved in tbe Bastern campaign of 1854, and waa severely wounded at the battle of 
AJaa (Medal and Claap). 

14 M^ior Hunter, Captain Lucas, Lleoll. Palmer, Stokes, Waddilovei, and Eas. Qolaa, served the Eastern 
eampalgB of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (Lt. Waddilore wounded), capture of 
Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, sortfe on SOtb Oct., and storming the Quarries on 7th 4une (Hi^or Hitnter 
wounded): Medaland Clasps. 

15 Captain Lowry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, ineludiog tbe battle of Inkerman, capture of 
Balaklava, al?ge of Sebastopol, sortie on 96cb Oct., and storming the Quarries on 7th June (Medal and 
Glaspe). 

Id UeaU Hoa. B. M. Ward served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, Including the battle of Inkerman, 
slage of Sebastopol, and sortie on 86th Oct. (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Saigeon Weld and Assist.-S«rLa)n Orange served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, ineludlag tbe 
■iaB* of Sebastopol (Medal). 



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Depot at Pukhunt. 

••ALBOHBEA'* ««BAbAlOZ*' "SALAMANCA** •*VITTORIA" ••PTRB* 
•ORTHBS" "TOULOUSB" ••PENINSULA- ••SEVASTOPOL.'* 



136 48tt ( Tlie NoHhcmptonslixre) Regt. of Foot. 



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Colonel,--'^ Sir James Henry Reynett/ KCH. JEns. 25 Nov. 90 ; Lt, 14 March 
00; Cap^ 24 March 04 ; Mi^. 8 April 13 ; Lt.-CoL 1 June 14; Col. 22 July 
30; ilf<v.-£i^«n.23 Nov.41 ; Lt.-Gen, 11 Not.51 ; Co/.48lh Foot, 25No?.£0. 

Xi«tc^.-Co/<9t«2«.— Benjamin Riky,' JEns. pQ Not. 30; X^ 30 May 34; Capt. 
9 8 Sept. 38 ; Br.-Mqf. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Mtg. P 20 Feb. 52 ; Lt,- Co2. p 1 3 Dec. 53. 

George Mowbray Lya,' £n8. 2 Mar. 28; Lieut. 20 Dec. 31 ; Capt. 19 Dec. 45; 
Afqjor, 27 Dec. 52 ; Lt.-CoU 15 May 55. 

Mqfors.^AMred Anguatus Chapman, Ens. 20 May 42; Lieut. P17 Jan. 45; 
Capt. P 13 Apr. 49; Mqfor, 15 May 55. 

Frederick West/ ^iw. p 1 1 Aug. 43 ; Lieut, p 29 Jan. 47 ; Capt. p 3 Aug. 49 ; 
M(y'or, P 27 July 56. 



Captains. 

CamSykes* 

Fred. Geo. Tho. Deshon^ 
Oliver Matthew Latham* 

Kobert Blakeney**^ 

James Mancor, # 

William Henry Caimes' 
Wm. Robert Williamson* 
Wm. R. Churchill Spencer 
George Lewis DUe Amiel'^ 
Richard Morgan Hall' .. 
Rob. Rdw.CooteColthurst^ 
John Richard Lorctt' . 
Henry William Knight* 
Hy.Qlynne Earle Weiby ,«. 
Bache Harpur Heathcote* 
Fra. Constantine Trent" 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

Frederick John Castle* . . 
Horatio Nelson Kippen 



BNSIGN. 



P 17 Jan. 45 

29 Dec. 37 

P 29 Jan. 47 

P 3 Nov. 46 

5 July 44 

P 2 Apr. 47 

P 5 De:. 43 

21 May 42 

P20 Dec. 39 

P 31 Dec. •17 

P26May 4(^1 

P 28 Nov. 46 i 

13 Oct. 48, 

P 13 Apr. 49 ' 

P 21 Aug. 49! 

P 18 Sept. 49 



LIEUT. [ CAPTAIN. 



30 Mar. 40 
P 18 Apr. 45 

John Bedingfeld* '.' | P 14 Dec. 49 

Henry R. Hoghton Gale* p 15 Feb. 50 



Edward Feneran* 

£. Garland Home," Adj. 

Arthur George Wyse" . . 

Richard Eyre* 

Henry Francis Brooke* . . 

Dennis James Connor . . 

James Farquliar* 

William Cnmming^ .... 

George Thomas Miller . . 

William James Siirman" 

Arthur Oonne Bell- Martin 

Edward Benbow 

William Baker . 

John Rawlins* 

Geo. G. G. Foster Pigott* 

Henry J. Wm. Wilkinson* 

Lodge de Montm. Prior 

Colin Campbell 

William Gibson 

Chas. Richard Pennington 

Ensigns. 
David Garrick Protheroe 
Corwallis Wade Browne. . 

John W. Coventry 

John Craafurd Ken* .... 
Geo. Nugent R. Gk>ddard 
Pembr. O'M. H, Marshal] 
Edmund Hall 
Henry Theoph. Sheppard 
Charles Henry Chauney 

Henry O'Brien 

Thomas Giillng Gilling. 
Seaton Ralph Forster 



P 14 Mar. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 14 May 52 
P 17 Dec. 62 

June 64 
P 8 July 63 
P 24 Aug. 54 
P 8 Dec. 54 

25 Jan. 52 

11 June 52 

P 27 Aug. 52 

23 Mar. 55 
P 28 Apr. 48 

9 Apr. 55 
10 Apr. 55 

13 Apr. 55 

1 May 55 

14 June 55 

5 June 66 
P 21 Sept.56 

10 Apr. 55 
P24May 55 

24 May 55 

25 May 55 
1 June 55 

15 Jone55 

6 July 55 

14 Oct. 55 

15 Oct. 55 
10 Oct. 55 

P 23 Oct. 55 
23 Nov. 55 



P 2 Apr. 47 

5 Jan. 41 

P 13 Apr. 49 

P 10 Sept. 47 

P 20 July 47 

P 3 Aug. 49 

17 Nov. 48 

P24 Oct. 45 

P 1 July 42 

Pll Dec. 49 

P 28 Dec. 49 

P 2 Mar. 47 

,P 2 Aug. 50 

iP 6 Dec. 60 

P20Feb. 52 

P 2 Apr. 52 

P 7 Mar. 51 
20 Apr. 49 
27 Dec. 52 

P 18 Feb. 53 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 
15 May 55 
15 May 65 
15 May 55 
15 May 55 

15 May 55 
P 15 Feb. 53 

4 Aug. 54 

5 June 55 
P 27 July 55 
P 12 Oct. 62 

16 Oct. 55 
16 Oct. 65 i 
16 Oct. 65 
16 Oct. 56 

P 16 Oct. 65 
P 7 Dec. 65 
P28 Dec. 55 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 28 Dec. 49 8 Nov. 55 

30 Nov. 49 . 2 Nov. 56 
P 20 Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 52 

27 Dec. 52 

P13 Dec. 53 

I 6 June 64 

P 1 Oct. 60 

9 Mar. 55 

16 May 55 

15 May 55 

15 May 55 

15 May 55 
P 27 July 56 j 
P 14 Scpt.66 j 
P 21 Dec. 55 1 

I Sir Jas.ReynettMrTed with 
the 6tod Regt. on th*. ezpodltion 
agaiof t Ferrol in 1800, and was 
pre«ent at the action before that 
place. Appointed to the Qnar- 
ttfr^Maater-Oeneral'a ataff npon 
the army entering Spain In Not. 
1 8U8 ; present at Luce, the alTkin 
upon the retreat to domnna, and 
also at the battle of Coninna. Re- 
appointed to the Qaarter-Blas- 
t«r- General's auff In Portagal, 
in April 1809; preaent at the 
aflhin prerlottt to and at tho 
panage of the Dquro, and eap« 
ture of Oporto; affkir of Sala- 
monde, battles of TSlavera and 
Biuaeo, aflUrs upon tlie retreat 
to the lines before LisboOy and 
BubseqnentlT in 1811 at thoee 
upon the adrance from tbence, 
at Pombal, Redinha. Sabngal^ 
and Foa d'Aroaee ; alao at the 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor. Ho 
has received the War Medal with 
four Clasps. 



Thomas Hall , p 28 Dec. 55 



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Paytiuuter.^BdvftLtd M'MuUen,'? 15 Oct. 50; Quartw-Maiter, 17 Nov. 48. 
Ad^taafU.'-Lieut, Edmund GarUod Home/* 14 July 54. 
Quarter-Matter.— John Maitland,*^ 3 Aug. 55. 

.Stfi^Am.— Geo. Aug. Fred. Shdton,*' M.B. 5 May 54 ; Astut.-Surg, 3 Jan. 45. 
iUni^.-^tfTj^eofM.— Patrick M'DennoU,* 3 Jan. 52. 

William Hemphill^^ M.D. 14 July 54. 

Faeijtgg Bnff.— Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

9 LL'CoU Riky commanded the 48th Bcgt. in the Crimea from 2l8t April 1855, at the siege and Ml of 
Scbaetopol (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Lt.-Col. hjt was at the capture of Cooig in the Ea«t Indies in April 1884. Serred in tlie Crimea 
from 10th June 1855, at the siege and fall of tSebastopol (Uedal and Clasp). 

4 M^or West landed in the Crimea with the 48ih Regt. on the 31st AprU 1855, and served at the sicfe 
of 8ebsstopol( Medal and Clasp). 

5 Uajor Sykes served in ilie Crimea from 2Ist April I855| and at the siege and fail of SebostopoL 
(Medal and aa»p). 

6 Mijor Deshon served with the 93nd Regt. in Bcinde, and was present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal), 
lie serred also the campaign in Ihe Southern liahratia Cuuntry in 1841-5, and was present at the invest- 
meat and capture of the Forts of PanuUa and Pownghur, as also in the operations against the Forts of 
Munnahar and Mnnsuntosh in the Soulliem Concan. Landed in the Crimea with the 48th Regt., and 
serred at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Uedal and Cla»p). 

7 Captain Colthurst and Lt. Cummiug landed in the Crimea with the Rogt. on the 91st April 1866» and 
serred at the siege of Bebastopol (Medal and Clasi*). 

8 Captains Latham and Heathcote, Lts. Bedingfcld, Rawlins, Pigot, and WUIcInson served at the siege 
and feU of Sebastopol in 1865 (Medal end Claep). 

9 Capuins Calmea, Willhimson, Hall, LoveU, and Knight, LU. Casile, Oale, Feneran, Eyre, Brooke, 
Farquhar, Surgeon Shelton, and Assist-Surgeon Hemphill, landed with the R^t. In the Crimea on the 
91rt April 1855, and served at the siege and full of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla»p). 

19 Captain Blalccney serred in the Crimea from Snd June 1855, and at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Cfaup). 

II OapUin Amiel serred with the 1 0th Regt. in the SutlcJ campaign of 1845-6, Ineladlng the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Also in the early part of the siege operations a^alust MoolUn in 1848, and in the 
action of SoorJkoond (Medal). 

19 Oaptiiia Trent served in the Crimea from 91 tt April 1855, and at Ihe siege and fall of Sebastopol— 
woanded 4th June (Medal and Cla*p). 

13 Ueot. Home served in the Crimea from 27th April 1855, and at the siege and ihll of Sebastopol 
—woanded 18th Aug. (Medul and CIa»>p). 

14 UeaL Wyse served In the Crimea from 14th May 1855, and at tho siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Claup). 

1ft Lieat Barman served In the Crimea from 19th Aug. 1855, and at the siege and fUl of Sebastopol 
(Medal and ChMp). 

17 Paymaster U'Mnllen and Qr.-Ma^ter Maitland were present at the atl-ick and capture of Coorg, in 
the Beet Indies, in April 1884 ; served also In the Crimea from glstitpril 1855. and alfo at the siege and fUl 
of Oebastopoi (Medal and Clasp). 

19 AsBiat^-8argeonM<Dermo(t served the Eastern campaign of 1854 55, including the battles of Alma and 
BalaAlnra, ilege and fill of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



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im ( The Princess Charms »/ VTaMs, [§5: S^^'^g; *f pSio* 
or the Hertfordshire) Regt. cf Foot. 

BOMONT-OP-ZEE " •' COPENHAGEN " " QUEEN8T0WN " " CHINA" «' r*«J>fatf»»." 
"ALMA" "INKERBfAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Cohmeh^'^ Wi Sir Edward Bowater,^ KCH. Ens, 31 Har. 04 ; It. St Copt. 

23 Aag. 09; Capt. U, Lt.-CoL 26 July« 14; Col. 12 Oct. 26 { Mqf-Gfen. 10 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.^Gen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Gen. 20 Juoe 64; CqI. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 
Lt.'CoUmeU,— John Thornton QTtini,*QB, JSn$.2S Apr. 28; Lt. 12 Xof. 30; 

Capt. 30 July 42; Brevet-Mqj. 30 June 64 ; Mqf. 29 Oct. 64; Brev. Lt.- 

Col. 12 Dec. 64 ; Lt.-CoL 22 Dec. 64. . . 

James Wells Armstrong^^ Ens. p 18 Aug. 43; Lieut. P29 Xoy. 44; Capt. 

20 Jan. 61 ; Brev.-Mqj. 12 Dec. 64; Mq}. 29 Dec 64; Brev. Lt.-Col. 17 

July 66 ; Lt.-CoL 2 Oct. 66. 
MiJ^crs.'-'ThomM White, Ens. 7 Dec. 16; Lieut, p 26 Aug. 24; Capt. 6 Oct. 

38; Bren. MtQ. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mmot^ 1 Jane 66. 
John Hynde Ring.< Ens. 26 June 44 ; Lieut. P 7 July 46 ; Capt. P 14 Oct 61 ; 

Brev^Mt^. 12 Dec. 64 ; Major, 2 Oct. 66 ; Bm. Lt.-Co!. 2 Nov. 66. 



Captains. 

Cadwallader Adams* 
Wm.WhitakerMaitland'*. 
M.W.DelaPoerBere8ford 
Herbert Rocke* ... 
WiiUam Bellairs,>«. 

John Nason'^i 

James Wm. Dewar*<^ 



P 2 Sept. 46 
P16 May 46 
24 Feb. 43 
P 23 May 46 
P 8 May 46 
9 May 46 
P 7 July 46 
Faushawe Wm. 6oBtling*<^P23 May 48 
George Henry Lamb" . . p 16 Dec. 48 
Richard D. Astley*® .... p 20 Apr. 49 
Edward Le Marchant» . . p 12 Apr. 60 
William Watts Corban" . P 12 July 60 

William Earle*<» p 17 Oct. 61 

T. P. St. Geo. Armstrong** 31 Jan. 61 

John Hopkins** P 22 Apr. 63 

Charles FitzGerald**.... p 27 Jan. 64 

Lieutenants. 
George Kemp Chatfield'* p 3 Feb. 64 

WUUam Young" p 3 Mar. 64 

Cbas. Edgar Gibson^ A^f. p 12 May 64 
John Ramsay Maule ... 7 Juno 64 
Henry Dal ton Scoones . . 7 July 64 

Patrick Cahill »» 10 Aug. 64 

William John Coen .... S3 Feb. 44 
Thomas Fox Eustace*' . . 11 Aug. 64 
Harry Denham T. Savary p26 Aug. 64 
George Bell Coulson • . • . 13 Oct. 64 

Edward Mackay*<» 6 Nov. 64 

Chas. John C. Roberts . . p 21 Jan. 63 
ClifTord Waterm. Chaplin p 27 Jan. 64 
Henry James Davies . . 10 Nov. 64 
Henry Gordon Rogers . . 1 Dec 54 

William Madan 14 Dec. 64 

Frederick Powell 16 Dec. 64 

John Thomas Cooke .... 12 Jan. 66 
Edward John Cresswell . . 16 Mar. 66 
Robert Fra. Burrowes . . 26 Jan. 66 
Robert Hall Spratt .... 26 Jan. 66 
Edward D'Oyley AsUey . . Feb. 66 
Edm. Douglas Grossman p 18 May 66 
Ensigns. 

Spencer Field 2 Feb. 66 

James Bligh Scott 16 Mar. 56 

Alexander Daniel Gilson . 23 Mar. 66 

Jonas Dalmage p 30 Mar. 66 

John ThoB. Lyon Cobham 24 Apr. 66 

Cuthbert Willis 26 May 66 

John Isaac Nason 14 Sept.66 

Fred. Piatt BUckmore .. 21 Sept.66 

George Donovan 2 Oct. 66 

Chas. B. Knight AUeyne p30 Nov. 66 
Timothy Metcalf 7 Dec. 66 



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CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



P23 Mar. 47 
P 16 Dec. 48 

19 Dec. 44 
P 20 Apr. 49 
P 6 July 49 
P 4 Sept. 49 
P 12 Apr. 60 
P 8 Nov. 60 

20 Jan. 61 
P 21 Feb. 51 
P 3 Dec. 62 
P 3 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

29 Oct 64 



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6 Nov. 54 
6 Nov. 64 
8 Dec. 
8 Dec. 

8 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
30 Mar. 49 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 

9 Feb. 65 
2 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 56 
9 Mar. 66 
Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 66 

P 9 Mar. 66 
20 Mar. 66 

P31 Aag.66 
9 Sept. 56 
2 Oct. 66 

P 9 Oct. 66 

P23 Nov. 66 



12 Dec. 64 



2 Nov. 66 

17 July 66 

2 Nov. 66 



P 6 Dec. 61 

P 3 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P 16 Sept. 64 

29 Oct. 64 

6 Nov. 64 

19 Dec. 54 
29 l)ec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec 64 

P 16 Feb. 66 

20 Mar. 65 
9 Sept. 56 
2 Oct. 66 



1 sir Bdnnrd Ba*tt«r served vitli 
UieSnl Oitanli,Rttbeftlete aiMl tak- 
ing or Copcnlufen ia tWf t and 
sulMequrnUj la Um Fealacula from 
Dee. tSOS lo Nor. ISOB. and affaJa 
mmk Dee. ISU tn the cad of that 
arar la 1814, tadttdidf the paMafe o( 
the Oottro and takiof of Oporto, 
batUea of Talaveta and fial«nwn». 
rapture of Madrid, siege of Bargoe, 
balUe of Vittoria. siege of San Se- 
bastian, passage of the Bidassoa, and 
batUe of the Nire (Ifayor's hoose). 
Serred also the campaign of ISIA, 
incladlng the battles of Qnarn Bras, 
and Wateiloo. Woonded at Tela. 
Tera, and again at Waterloo. Sir 
Bdwnrd has recelred the War Medal 
and flTe Clasps for Taiavera, Sala- 
Vltlorla, NiTcUe. and NItc. 



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Regiment of Foot. 



Pa^nuuter.-^Henry Seymour Michell,^ 9 April 47 ; £!nt, v2'2 kay 35 l Lieut. 
A^taant.-'Eieut. Charles Edgar Gibson, 1 May 55. [32 Mar. 39. 

Quarter'Matter,-^^ ohh Henry Anderaob," 80 June 54. 
Sur^ecn.—John DaTies,^* 27 Oct. 48 ; Auiit.-surg, 22 Nov. 89. 
Assistant Surgeons. — Jaibes HAnnan/<> 7 April 64., 

William Menziw Calder, 26 May 54. 

John Jofeeph Adriani 10 Feb. 64. 

• Facings Green. — Agents, Measrs. Cox & Co. 

8 iieuL-Coi. Grant Mtrwl wUb the 4dth Regiment .throughout the whole of the operatloas in CUoa 
fMedjU). commencing with the first taking of Chntan.and terminating with ihedemonitratlon before NinliJn, 
ioclading Che ttonn dhd capture of the height* aboye Caolon, attack and capture of Aihoy, lecond capture 
of Chuaan, attack and capture of the helghta of Cbinhae, occupation of Ningpo, and repulse of tibe night- 
attack, attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, attack and capture 
of Chapoo, Wooeung, tp4 Chin Kiang Poo (wonnded). Senred the. Eastern campalan of 18M-fiS (in com- 
mand of the 40th from the battle of Inkerman\ Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebaatopol, ahd sortie on S6th Oct. : commanded the working party. 000 strong, from the Light 
and tnd Dirisions that had to turn the enemy's work after the Quarries were carrted, and was engaged 
daring the night in working and repelling the three attempts made by the Russians to retake the position 
(Medal and Clasps). 

4 Lt.-€ol. Armstrong served the Eastern campaign of ISiW-rSffi a* a Brigade Mijor n the 9ad Dltlston, 
indnding the battles of tbe Alma and Inkerman, siege of debastopol. sortie on 26th Oct, and assault on 
the Quarries, severely wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Lt. Colonel King served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol, sortie on 28th Oct., assault on the Quarries on 7th June, and on the Redan on 8th 
Sept,— eererely wounded, arm amputated (Medal and Clasps). 

Major Adams served the EaAtcrii campaign of 1894-55, as Aide-de-Camp to General Adams, up to 
lakemuai, including, the battles of the Almh and Inkerman (wounded), siege of Bebastopol, and sortie on 
SOth Oet. (Medal and aasps). . 

7 Captain Maitland served the Easlcm campaign of 1854-66, Including the battle of Alma and siege of 
Setestopol (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Captain Roeke served the RAstern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 20th Oct. (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Miiior Bellalrs served the Eastern campaigh of 1854-65 (firom Dec. 1854 as D. A. Adj. Qen. to the find 
Divislao), including the battles of Alma and inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 20th Oct. (Medal 
and daipa), 

9t Mi^r Na>on served at tiie siege of Sebastopol ttom. Majr 1866, Including the assault on the Quarries, 
and on the Redan on 18th June and 8th Sept. : after the capture of the Quarries the command of the 
party there devolved on him, (br which he received the Rrevet of Msjor (Medal and Clasp). 

10 aCaJor Dewar, CdptaUis Oosiling, Asiley, Earle, and Armstrong, Lt. Mackay, Surgeon Daviei, and 
AsBist.-8tJrgeon Hahnan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-&6, Including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege of SebaxtopoU and sortie on 26th Oct* (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Oapteia Lamb served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerinan, siege of 
Schoalopol, sortie pn 2eih Oct., and capture of the Rifle Pits on IQiA ApHl (Medal attd Clasp). 

19 Captain Le Merchant served in tbe Eastern campaign of 1864-65, including the battle of Alma* siege 
of Sebastopol, ahd assault on the Uuarrlcs— severely wounded (Medal and Clasp J. 

19 Captain Corbil^ served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the batlles of Alma and Inker- 
ihaa, the siege of 3ebaito))o1, and repulse of the sortie on 26th Oct. 54 (Medal and Clasps). 

15 (^ptaia Hopkins served tbe £a<itern campaign of 1851-55, indadlng the battle oi Inkerman, slegb of 
g eb aafcopol, ai«d sortie on 26ih Oct. (Medal and Clasp). 

m Captain PitsOerald served at tbe siege of Sebastopol In 1865, and at the assault on the Quarries 
(Medal and ChUp). 

17 Xleots. Young and . Eustace served at the siege of Sebastopol, and were severely wounded at the 
asaantt on the Quarried (Atedal and Clasp). 

. 1$ Lleat, Chat6ei4 served at the alege 6t 8ebastol>ol In 1865, and was wonnded at the ttisault on the 
Quarries (Medal and Cla^)). . . 

10 Lieutenant Cahill served throughout the whole oftlie operations Iii China (Mednl), comhiencIn| with 
the ilrst taking of Chusan, and terminating with the demonstration before Naiiktii, including the storfn and 
capture of the heights above Canton (wounded), attack and capture of Amo^, second capture of Chuian, 
attaek and capture of the heights of Ciiinhae, occnpalion of ^in|po, repulse of the nigbt-attack o^ Nlncpo, 
attack and capture of Chapoo, Wooeung, »hanghae, and Chin Kiang )-'oo. Served the Eastern can^palgn 
of 1854, was present at the battle of the Alma (ctirriod the reglbiental coloUf) and siegi; of Sebasforiol i 
received tlte thanks of Sir de Lacj Evans in orders lor the oble Asiistataee rendered tb Major Fo'^T^*' 47th 
Begiment, In the trenches, on the 18th of Oct., when in charge of h working partj ; and was seterely wobnded 
at the repulse of the sortie on the 2eth of October (Medal and Clasp). 

22 Paymaster Mlcheil served with the 40th Renlment throughout the whole of the operations in CifintL 
(Medal), eommencing with the first taking of Chusan, and termhmtlng with the demonstration before 
Naakin, Including the storm and capture of the heights above Can'on, attack and capture of Anior/ 
•eeood capture of Chusan, nttack and capture of the heights of Chinhae, occupation of Kingpo, and 
fvpalae of the night-attack ; attack and capture of the enemy^s entrenched camp on the heights of S4goani 
attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, and CKIh fCiangFoo. Served the Eastern campaign, including 
the battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp). 

9$ Quartermaster Anderson served with the 49th Regimottt in China (Medtl). Also the Eastern canlpaigit 
of 1854-66, Including tbe battles of Alma and Inkerman (Medal and Clasps). 



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"0RTHE8' 
"ALIWAL' 



" COBUKNA '» " ALMABAZ " " VITTOBIA'* 
"PENINSULA" "PUNNIAR" "MOOD- 
" SOBRAON '* » ALMA " ** INKBBMAN " . 



189 

The SpMna with th« words <* EGYPT" 
"PYRENEES" "NIVE 
K£E» "FEROZESHAH 
"SEVASTOPOL." 
ColoneL—Sir Richard England,* GOB. KH., Siu. 25 Feb. 08; Lieut. I June 
09; Capt, 11 June 11 ; Mqfor, 4 Sept 23 ; U.-Coh 29 Oct. 25; Coi. 28 
June 88; MfV^^r-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Coi. 50th Foot, 20 Sept. 54. 
Lieut.'ColoneU,^Richaird Waddy,' CB. Em. 17 Aug. 82 ; Lt. 4 May 36 ; Capt. 

18 Not. 41 ; Mt^ar, 14 Feb. 52; Lt.'Cel. 3 March 54. 
John Lucas Wilton,' JSna. p 13 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. 16 Mar. 82; Cktpt. 15 July 45 ; 

Mqjor, P 28'May 52 ; Lt.^Col. 12 Dec. 54. 
Jlfq;or«.— Henry Edwin Weare,^ Sju. 22 Oct. 41; Lieut. P22 Dec. 43; Capt, 

P26 May 48; Breo.-Maj. 12 Dec. 54; Major, 22 Dec. 54. 
Edward George Hibbert,* .EtM. P20 Apr. 46; Lieut. p6 Oct. 48; Cap^.P28 
May 52; Brev.'Mtg. 12 Dec. 64;*Af<y/. P21 Dec. 55. 



Captaiks. 

John PnrctilF 

Andrew C. Knox Lock^.. 
PhUip LimborchTlllbrook 
Richard Moore Barnes*® 

Tindall Hebden 

WiiniamHardiDtce'*.... 
Daniel William Tupper'^ 

Robert Blackall 

Alfred John Lane 

George William Bunbury 
Edw. Crawfu rd Antrobus*' 
John Thompson'* ... 
John Woods Dimond 
GeorgePerceval Drought" 
Fred. Courtney Trower " 
Edmund Uolden Steward 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Theodore Hickman 
M.deS. M<K.G.A.Clarke*7 
Arthur Evelyn Fyler" 
Fred. Leycester Barwell 
Robert H. Patrick Dorao 
Thomas Denote Lee 
Clement Richard Johnson 
//0n.Charle8 C. Chetwynd 
C. Aug. Fitzgerald Creagh 

Edmund Leach 

James Lamb** 

Frederic Falkner 

Edward John Miller . . . 
Robert Charles QoS . . . 

Charles Hudson 

Charles F^ed. Young . . . 
Thomas Turner Murphy 
Edw. Hugh Hamo^ Massy 
Henry Burrow Chichester 
William Langmead Lewes 

Ensigns. 
Tho8.Mil]ard Benton Eden 
Charles Wynn IsdeU .... 
Huntley Gordon, adij. . . 
F. B. Ehrenberg Allhusen 
William Henry Wilson. . 
Charles Richard King . . 

William Busfeild 

F. Wm. G. Corry Sharland 
Henry Adolphus Meyer 
George Albert Conran 

George Edge 

Henry ET%n W. Preston 
Alexander Gray • • • • 



ENSIGN. 



29 Mar. 44 
P 28 Sept. 47 

11 Apr. 49 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 10 Mar. 37 

2 Feb. 49 
P 11 June 52 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 12 June 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 

27 Feb. 52 
P 12 Aug. 53 
P 2 July 41 
P30 June 37 
P 6 Aug. 47 

P 9 July 53 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 

3 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

7 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

8 Sept. 54 
3 Nov. 54 

5 Nov. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 

P 16 Jan. 55 

16 Feb. 55 

19 Jan. 55 

20 Feb. 55 

22 Mar. 55 

18 Feb. 55 

23 Mar. 55 

22 Feb. 55 

23 Feb. 55 
15 Apr. 55 
80 Mar. 55 

p 31 May 55 
1 June 55 

19 June 55 

6 July 55 
P20July 55 
P 17 Aug. 55 

25 Sept. 55 
P 9 Nov. 55 

7 Dec. 56 



LIEUT. 



7 Feb. 46 

P 8 June 49 

P24Sept.50 

5 July 45 

14 Feb. 52 

24 Apr. 39 
P 19 Mar. 52 
P 12 Aug. 53 
P 11 July 51 
P 2 Sept. 53 

11 Aug. 54 
3 Mar. 54 

P 13 Oct. 54 

P 10 May 44 

13 May 42 

P 3 Jan. 51 

June 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

6 Nov. 54; 

8 Dec. 54, 

8 Dec. 54 

9 Dec 54 

12 Jan. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9Mar.55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 

P29 Juae55 

20 July 55 

P 27 July 55 

P 3 Aug. 55 

25 Sept. 55 
P 2 Oct. 55 



CAPTAIN. BRBY.-MAJ. 



P13April62 

P 12 Aug. 53 2 Nov. 55 
P 18 Oct. 53 
3 Mar. 54 
6 June 54 

12 Mar. 52 

22 Dec. 54 2 Nov. 55 
P 6 Apr. 55 

29 June 55 

27 July 55 
P 8 Aug. 55 

25 Sept. 55 
P 2 Oct. 55 

16 Oct. 55 

20 June 54 
P28Dec. 55 



1 Ur Richard EngUnd Mrrcd at 
tba attack m nuUaf hi 1809; 
and hi the opcratioiis ia ticUy in 
ISlO-n. ioinad tha anaj in Paria 
in 181t. Conunaadcd tk«7»th Eegt. 
wveral yean. Commandaat of KaT- 
fraria, and enploycd thmagboat 
the Kafir war of 1SS6.S7 (Medal). 
Couunaaded the Bomhay DMtkii 
in the Aflghan war of 184S(Medal)» 
iBelodiag aotioM of SSlh March 
and SSth April in the riahaaa 
Valley m thdr advaaee to Caada- 
har. aad of the 17th and 18th Abk. 
OB the Kodack Heighta. and lOtk 
OetiatheBolaaPania their i«. 
treat to the lados. ComnaBded 
the thhd DiTlaioB of the Criauaa 
umr fai 18I4.U, iadadiBf th» 
battlee of Alaia aad lakeraaB, 
aSUr of 18th Jaae. aad the riegB 
dntiea agaiaat the Baiaiaa linta 
which eoreied the eoath aide of 
Sebaetopol fron their irat iBveat. 
meat tiu tad Ab*. 18U (Medal 
aad Claapa). 



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Paymaiter.'^o\iXk Nowlan.^U April 54; Ens. 20 Dec. 48; Lt. p 18 April 61. 
Adjutant. — Ensign Huntley Gordon, 15 April 55. 
Quar^tfT-ATiM^er.— John Turner.^' 13 Dec. 54 ; Ens. 10 Aug:. 54. 
5tir^«9fi.— Philip Splane Warren, M.D., 20 Jaly 55; Asntt.'Surg, 10 Aog. 48« 
A$sisL»Surgeons.^l&dvtLTd Gregg Noott,*' 10 Fob. 54. 

George Frederick Davis, 7 April 54. 

William Bradshaw, 15 Aug. 54. 

Facings Blut,^Agents, Mcsere. Downes & Sod. 

2 Lt.-Co]. Wftddy wa^ present with the fiOth Regt. at tho battle of PunnUr (Medal). Served tho 
Eattern cftniptti^n of 1854-S5 (Uedal and Clasps) In command of the 601h, Indudlnp the battles of Alma 
and Inkennan, and stege of Sebactopol. Meniioned in Lord Raxtan's despatches for distinguished con- 
duct in command of the trenches when the enemy made a sortie in force (wounded In the trenelias, 
18th Oct. 64). 

Z Lt.-Col. Wilton eommjuided the Fort of Loodianah during the early part of ibo Sotltj campaign, and 
was aubsequontly present with the 50ih In the battle of Alfwal. where he was seyerclj burnt bj an ezplo- 
akm of one of the enemy's tumbrils ; and battle of Sobraon, where he was verjr severely wouadedt having 
reeeived a shot in the hip, and three severe sabre wounds in the left shoulder, right arm broken : Medal 
and one Clasp. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Inkeman 
(eommandsd the right wing of the 60th throughout that daj, being detached to support the 2nd Division), 
and sfcege of Sefaasiopol (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Msjor Weare served with theSSnd Regt. during the first siege operations before HoolUn In 1848 (Medal 
and Clasp). Also the £astern campaign of 1664 as D. A. Adj. General at Head Quarters,— severelf 
woonded at the battle of the Alma (Medal and Clasp). , 

7 Capt. Pureell, with a detachment of the 60th, was wrecked on the Andaman Islands In Nov. 1844, 
whera bo remained for 65 dajs, suffering great privation. He served on the SutlcJ (Medal), and was at 
Bnddlwal, and severely wounded at Aliwal while carrying the colours. 

8 Mi^or Hibbert and Capuln Lock served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the battles of 
Alna and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Capt. Barnes served the Sntl^ campaign of 1846-6 (Medal and one Clasp), including the batUet 
of Moodkee and Ferozeshah (severely wounded). 

11 Oaptain Hardlnge served with the 80th Rest, in the bsatle of Maharajpore (Medal). 

12 MiJorTupper, Captain Antrobus, Ueuts. Fyler and J^mb, Parmaster Nowlan, Asslst.^Surg. Noott, 
and Quartermaster Turner, served the Eastern campaign of 1864>66, Including the battlca of Alma 
and Inkrrman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Captain Thompson served the Sutliij campaign of 1846-6, and was present al the battles of Moodkee» 
Feroiesbah, Aliwal, and Sobraon : was wounded by the expioeion of a gun limber at Feroieshah, and 
very severely woandad bv grape shot in right breast at Sobraon (Medal and three Clasp»). Served the 
Eaatom campaign of 1854-66, Including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps). . 

17 Lient. Clarke served the Eastern campaign until taken prisoner in the trenches before Sebastopol, 
22nd Dec. 1854, having been present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman (ftleUal and Clasps). 

18 Captain Drought served the Sutl^ campaign in 1846, Including tho affair of fiuddlwal, and actlona 
of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Captain Trower served the campaign of 1888-80 in Afl^hanlstan wiih the 16tb Lancers, including 
the stege and capture of Ohuinee (Uedal). Served with the 0th Lancers in the action at Punniar SOih 
Dee. 1848 (Medal); In the Sotm campaign in 1848, and Uttle of Sobraon (Medal); and the Pui^aub 
campaign of 1848-40, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of ChllUanwallah 
and Oo«i(«rat (Medal and Clasps). 



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141 [ M'i?/;S!] 51*^ ( The 2nd Yorkshire West Riding) or ["^SlSSWI*' 
The King*s Own Light Infantry Regt. 



"MINDEN- "CORUNNA" 



Ttinrt' »orv4 



SALAMANCA*' 
"PENINSULA" 



"vrrroRiA" 

'WATERLOO *' 



'*PTRBNEEB' 
"PEGU." 



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"NIVBLLE** ''ORTfifcS" 

Col,^'$ 5{r Thomas WillsHIre, Bart,, KCB.^ JSnsipn, 25 Jtme 9S ; Xiewf . 6 Sept, 

05; Capt. 28 Aug. 04 ; Mqj, 21 Sept. 13 j Lt.-Cot. 4 Dec. 15 3 Col, 10 Jan. 

37 i Mcfj.'Gen, 9 Nov. 40 ; Xf.-&cn.20 Jane64 ; Vol. 61st t'oot, 26 .fune 49. 
Xi«if.-CoL— Arnold Chlw, Errington,* JEVi#. p 4 Feb. 26 ; X^ 13 Sept. 31 ; t^apt. 

P14 July37; Afq;.P25 July 45; JBr.X^..tra/.9Dec.63;XI.-C(?i.P13Feb.55. 
Mqjor9,—Yf\\\\Sim H. l\. Anderson,' Ens, 20 Sept. 33; Lieut, 28 Aug. 36; 

Capt, P6 June 45 j Mqjor, 1 Dec. 54. 
Hon. Dayid Erskine, Ent.^^l July 35; Xieu^. P27 June 38; Capt. P 25 July 

45; -»rq/or,2April65. 



Captains 
CbichesterG.Crookshank^ 
Augustus Henry Irby® 
Henry Fletcher Marston^' 
John Henry Dickson" . . 
Saml.Alezander Madden'' 
Geo. Warburton Drought 

William Agg»» 

James Brown Young .... 
Stewart Alex. Cleeve'* .. 
Henry Heteley Milford'<» 

George Warde, » 

Rich. Fielding Morrison >^ 

Lieutenants. 
II.Q. Sanders Mason, (f.pm 
Edward 0'CalIaffhan'<>, $. 
John Anderson," 
Charles Acton" . 
Hen. R. De Anyers \yillis 
Charles Goddard, d, AdJ, 
Henry Basil Houson .... 
M&leblm Chas. Farrington 
Fra. Jas. JDuchanan Reed 
Augustus Brigstocke .... 

Edward Wolley 

(Charles James Hughes . . 

Percy Chaplin 

Sidney Henry Swaffield. . 

Ensigns. 
Bust, ]boaumont Bumaby 
Martin Budd Lewin .... 
Chas. L. Baillie Hamilton 
Wm. Charles £dw. Scott 
Riland W. Oldham .... 

Dunlop Gloag 

Edmund Moresby Crowe 
Arthur W. Crewe Read.. 
William Clements, At^,, 
Charles Edward Lambert 
Smeeton Walker 



snsion. 



25 Mar. 36 
P 15 July 37 

8 Mar. 89 
15 Nov. 39 

P 7 July 43 
P27 Sept. 44 
P15 0fct. 50 
P 15 Oct. 47 
20 Jan. 49 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 22 Nov. 44 
P 12 Jan. 49 

4 July 45 

10 Oct. 45 

P25 June47 

P 12 Dec. 51 

9 July 62 
23 Nov. 52 

P 22 Not. 51 

10 June 53 

11 Aug. 54 
P24Aug. 54 
P 13 May 53 

15 May 52 
P 13 Feb. 65 
P25 Aug. 54 

14 July 54 
P 3 Nov. 54 

9 Apr. 55 

10 Apr. 55 

1 May 55 

10 May 55 

11 May 55 

15 May 55 
18 May 55 

1 June 55 



LIEUT. 



29 Dec. 3$ 

P 5 Oct. 41 

8 Aug. 41 

20 May 42 

4 July 45 

P 22 July 45 

19 May 53 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 4 Apr. 51 
P 13 Dec. 53 
Plb Nov. 48 
P 16 July 52 

18 May 49 
p 28 Dec. 49 

18 Apr. 51 
6 Junb 54 

ll Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
p 7 June 64 
P 3 Not. 54 

13 Feb. 55 
P 13 Feb. 55 
P29 Dec. 54 

25 Jan. 54 
P 1 June 55 
P 19 June 55 



CAPTAIN. 



18 July 48 

.9 Aug. 60 

23 June 52 

15 Mar. 53 

6 June 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 

P 13 Feb. 56 

6 June 54 

P 1 June 66 

P 1 June 55 

P 17 Dec. 62 

29 Dec. 54 



BBBY.-MAJ. 



P 27 July 55 

Paymaster^^Ueury George Aug. Powell, S3 Feb. 55; Eng. 23 Jan. 46; Lieut. 
A4jutant.^Bnngn William Clements, 18 May 55. [27 July 49. 

Quarter- AfM^er.— Thomas Lawrence, 29 June 55. 

5ur(;r«on.— Henry Marsh Webb, M.B.,8 Dec. 54 ; Assut.-Surg. 23 Sept. 45. 
J«m^-5tir^6antf.^John!Campbell,» M.D. 27 Feb. 52. 
George Thomas Bourke, 8 April 55. 
Facings Blue. — Agent , A. Laurie, Esq. 



18SS.0, indaaiBf the battles of ll«kiaaad Timten, retreat to, and battle of, 
Walabwren la 1809. Scrted aflerwayda in the Peninsula, ftom Jane 1819 to the 
L^:ht Company at the battle of Salamanca (twioe wounded), on the xecreat from Bi 



Beamnaisac 
the expedition t( 



1819 to the end of that war inlSI4; < 

and action at Villa Muriel, the ae- 



1 Sir Thomas WUlahiraserfed with the SSth Begt.in the West Indies ftom Anmst 1797 to Aogvst ISOOt the eami 
.... ..... --.. . —. . . . .^ ... f^Xkwunna. * " ' '* 

leend of th 
L^:ht Company at the battle of Salamanca (twioe wounded), on the xecreat from Buncos and action at Villa Muriel, the ac- 
tion of Osaia, battle of Yittoria. Srst assault of San Sebastian, also second assault and capture, when he received the brevet 
tank of MaKw- Commanded a Brigade of Light Companies at the passage of Bidassoa, battle of NivcUa, and battles of tho 
Nlve on the Bth. Ibth, and 11th Dec. 1813, for which senriecs he was in 1816 unointed Brevet LieutvColcBd. Bepulaad 
with three hundred men the attack of ten thousand Kaffln vpon the open vUlage of Graham's TWn, on (ht frontier of 

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5lsi (jT/itf 2Tid Yorkshire West Ridinp) or the King's Own 142 
Light Infantry liegt. 

th« Cape «>f Good Hope, on th« 23iid April 1819, sbA wwnimwdeA duriiif th« rabBeqnent operatitni «niji«t tha Kattn ia 
tbawmaywr. 8OTi«dafter««i4a iadMBaatladiMftioinliv untolSIO. CoBuaaddl awiiigor tkc4t(kft»c.ai tiM 
Mptare of Kittoor in tlie Dooak in Dec 18M. Served also thnMshont the whole of tka campaifm ia Affghaalataa 
■ader Lord Kcane ; pteeent at the capture of the ftartrcta of Ghniaee, S3id Juljr 1899. npop which oecaaion be waa 
MMfaated KClLt and while in eommaad of the Bombaf colaiha of the amiy of the Indne ha e«»tare4 the forticea of 
Khelat on the 13th Nov. foUowing , for which lerriee he waa created a baronet. Hae received the Silver War Medal with 
•even Claapa. 

S LieaC-Colonel BrrtiiKton lerted with the filkt daring the war In Sormah A-om April to Dm. 195t; 
was ou board the E. I. C. steam sloop Seiostrii durisf the naval acUota and dattruction of Uie eottnjr's 
itoekadea on the Rangoon Rivvr; serred during the succeeding three dajs' operations in the Ttdnily, aad 
commanded tho Regiment at tbe norm and capture of Rangoon : he also commanded the troope angaged 
at the aasanlt and capture of Baiseln, 19th May (iroiinded), and receiTed the especial approbation of tho 
Qoramor-Oeneral in Council for his serrlca upon this occasion (Medal and Clttsp and Bret et Lt.-Colonel). 

8 M^)or AnderM>n served with the Alst throughout the Burmese war of 1US*68 1 on board the B. I. C. 
•taam frigate Ferooz during the naval action and destruetion of the enemy's stockadet on the Rangoon 
BWer; daring the succoediag three days' operations In the tidnity, and at the storm and capture of Ran- 
goon (Medal and Clasp) ; commanded the Regiment from Dec. ISfi?, until its embarkation tor England In 
Aprfl IM4. 

7 Captain Crookshank, when proceeding to Von Dieman'a Land in charge of a convict guard, received 
several aerere wound! by the accidental discharge of a pistol, in an attempt made by the prisoners to •ar- 
prise the guard. 

8 Captain Irb^» served with the 61at throughout the Burmese war of I80S-S8 : on board the B. I. C. ateam 
frigate JTcsoifrii during the naval notion and destruction of the enemy's stockadee on the Rangoon River; 
served during the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity, and at tho storm aod capture of 



1 ; also at the assault and capture of Basseln, 10th May. Commanded a Detachment consisting of 
foiu>'CcNnpaniee of theSlst with BripRdier-Oenerol Cheape't force daring the whole of (be socoesiful opera- 
tions In tlie Donabew district, ending. m the assault and capture, on the 19th March 1858, of the stronghold 
of the Burmese chief Myat-toon (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captains Cieeve (as Adjutant) and Mllford. and Lieut. O'CallaKiian, served with the 51st throughout 
the Bnrmese war of 1858-58 ; on board the B. I. C. steam frigate Ferooz during the navHl action and 
destruction of the enemy's stockades on tho Rangoon River : served during the succeeding three days' ope- 
rations in the vicinity (including the storming of the White House Redoubt), and at the storm and capture 
of Rangoon (Medal and Clasp). 

11 CimUln Marston served with the 41st Regt. the campaign of 1848 Ih Afrghanistan (Sledal), and was 
present in the engsgrments with ll!e enemy on the 88th April In the I'isbeen Valley *, in that of the 99th Hay 
near Candahar, 30th Aug., at Goaine, 5th Sept. before Ghuinee, occnpation and destruction of that fortress 
and of Csbool, expedition into Kohistan, storm, capture and desiruction of Ittaliir,and in the various minor 
affiUrs in aod between the BoUn and the Khyber Passes. Served with the Alst throughout the Burmese war 
of 1852-58 ; was on boird the B. I. C. steam frigate Ferooz during the naval action and destructfnn of the 
enemy's stockades on the Rangoon River; served durlnjc the succeeding three days' operations in the \icinity, 
and at the storm and capture of Rangoon (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Capt- Madden served with the 6lst throughout the Burmese war of lB5iMI8; on board the B. I. C. 
steam sloop SfMMtrU during the naval action and dtst ruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rsngoon 
River; served durina 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 capture of Basseln 
19tb Uaj (Medal ond Clasp). 

18 Captain Atg served with the 5lst throughout the Burmese war of 1858-68; on board the R. 1. C. 
ateam frigato Feroox during the naval action and deittruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rahgoon 
River ; served during the succeeding thr^ days' operations in tlie viclniiy (mduding the storming of the 
White House Redoubt), and at the storm and capture of Rangoon ; alio at the assault and capture of Baseein, 
lOtb May (Medal and Clasp). , 

14 Captain Morrison served with the 10th ftcflt. tlio Bastem campaign of ldS4, including the battle of 
Alma and sleze of Sebasiopol (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Captain Dickson served with the 51st in Bunnah from Feb. 1S68 to the end of the war, and was ptesent 
with Captain Jrby's Detachment of four Companies with Brigadier-General Cheupe's force nntii shortly 
before the capture of Myat-toon's stniUHhold, when ho was le/l In rbuim.iiid of a Deiaclmient tb protect 
the sick and wounded of the force (Medal and Clasp). 

81 Lieot. Acton, served with the 51f>t In Durmah from Feb. 1858 to the end of the war, ar.d wts present 
vrlthCapt Irby's Detachmenl of four Companies with Brigadier-General Cbeape's force during the, whole 
of the suocessrol (>|>eratiohs in tlie Donabew district, ending In the assault and capture, on the lOth March 
1858, of the stronghold of the Burmese chief Myat-toon (Medal and Clasp). 

88 Ueot. Anderson served with the 61st throughout the Bornieae var of 1868-08; on board the B. I. C. 
fteam frigate SesostrU during the naval oction and *sirnction of the enemy's stockades on the Rsngoon 
River ; tnd served during the succeeding three days' operations In the vicinity, and at the storm and 
captaie of Rangoon, and at the assault and cttpture of Basseln, 10th May 18A8 (Medal and Clasp,] 

88 Doctor-Onmpbell served In medical eharge of head quarter staff and escort during the Kafllr war of 
1858-8 (Medal); aceoropanled the expedition aeroes the Kel in Aug. 1868; wai prasenl at Ihe last aod 
eflbetoal clearing of the Waterkloof, and, accompanying iho expedition beyond the Orange River against 
the Basttto chief Moshesh, was preMUc at the Berea. 



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62rf (Ox/ardskire) BL of Foot {Lt. Infantry). \^l^^^^'^X'^' 

"HINDOOSTAN" "VIMIERA" «*COBUNNA" " BUSACO " " PUENTE8 D»ONOB" 

"CIUDAD RODRIGO" " DADAJOZ" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" "NIVBLLB" 

"NIVB" "ORTHES" •TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 
CoUmeL—VSir Archibald Maclaine/ KCB. Mns» 16 Apr. 94; Lt, 29 Apr. 05; 

Capt. 22 Dec. 04 ; JHqfor, 4 Oct. 10 ; LU-CoU 25 Jan. 13 ; CoL 22 July 30 ; 

Mqfor-Oen. 23 Nov. 41; Lieut. -Gm. 11 Nov. 51; Gen. 5 June 56; 

CoL 52nd F. 8 Feb. 47. 
Lieta.'ColoneU.-^eoTge Campbell, JEnt. p 13 Mar. 35; Lieut, 21 Dec. 38; 

Capt. P 26 Jan. 41 ; Mq;or,P2l May 50; Lieut.^Col. 27 May 53. 
Robert George Hughes,* J2n8. p 29 June 30 ; Lieut, p 6 July 32 ; Capt. p 3 Dec. 

41 ; Mefjor, p 22 Feb. 50 ; Lt.-CoL 31 Oct. 52. 
3fq;or«.— Charles Jamea Conway Mills, JSns. p26 Dec. 34; Lieut. P28 Aug. 

38 ; Capt. p 25 June 41 ; M^jor, p 22 Aug. 51 . 
Joshua AUen Vigors, ^n*. p 10 ScpL 20; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 20 ; Capt. p 10 Oct, 

38; Brev.'Mqj. 11 Nov. 51 ; M(0or,27 May 53. 



Captains. 

C. A.Denison,«. i.e.2S0ct,M 

William Corbett 

Hugh Montgom. Archdair 
Arthur Lennox Peel 



ENSIGNS. 



LIEUT. 



P22Scpt.37 Pll May 30 

P23Nov.38lP31 Jan. 40 

15 Apr. 42iP 6 Feb. 40 

p 2 Sept. 42 P 1 May 46 



CAPTAIN. 



James Johncs Bourchicr | P2d June 44 ! p 13 July 47 , 
if 071. Ernest Geo. Cnrzon p 13 Dec. 44 I p 18 Feb. 48 
George Cliarles Syngc . . p 16 Jan. 46 1 p 14 Apr. 48 
George Parker Ileathcotc p 1 Muy 46 , p 18 Aug. 48 
Isaac Henry Hewitt' . . . . ' p 12 July 30 ' 13 May 41 
Jas. Abcrcromby Dick/ 1.\ p 1 June 41 j p 24 Oct. 45 
Hon. D. John Monson . . i p 16 June 48 p 22 Aug. 51 



Cecil Lennox Peel ' p 1 Aug. 48 

Lieutenants. I 
Charles Kenrick Crosse. . \ p 12 July 50 
Fred. Albert Champion, «.! 31 Jan. 5 1 
John Arthur Bay ley . . . . ' p 14 Mar. 51 
W. James Stopford^ Adj. > p16 Sept. 51 

George Hallam ! p 12 Dec. 51 

Geo. L. W. D. Flamstead^, P28 Apr. 48 

Francis Eteson 7 !p 6 Aug. 47 

Thos. Robinson Gibbons •, p 5 May 48 
Alexander Hope Graves. .' 13 Dec. 50 
William Robert Moorsom p 17 Aug. 52 

Arthur Henley |P14 May 52 

GecHerbertWindsorClive p21 Sept. 52 
/Ton. Fred. LePoerTrench' p 22 Jan. 53 
Thomas Archer Julian .. p 13 May 53 
James John Wynniatt . . p 10 June 53 
Robert Westropp Ellis . . p 14 May 52 

William Atkinson p 6 Jan. 54 

Ensions. 
George Crnden Fraser . . p 6 July 55 
Rich. Davies Burroughs' 3 Aug. 55 
Colin John Rose Troup . . 31 Aug. 55 

Edward King p14 Sept. 55 

Stephen Murphy | 2 Nov. 55 



P 23 July 52 

P 16 Oct. 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 



P 26 Oct. 41 

i'lO June 46 

P 24 Jan. 51 

P22 Aug. 51 

P 15 Oct. 52 

P 12 Nov. 52 

27 May 53 

27 May 53 

15 Mar. 53 

P 28 Feb. 51 

P 20 July 55 

22 Aug. 55 



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S Lt.*Coloiicl Hiisbet senred in 
P 17 Dec. 52 tl*«80th Reft.wiUiUieanBrlnBur- 
p 11 lUTa^ R*k ' "'^^ *** ^^--U I «M present «t Um 
f 11 mar. OO capt^^ ,^4 occupaUon or rrome. 
2? May 53 uulatUienlfht-«tta«kortheennBy 
~ ' ~ ~ ' on the cnnip at ProoM S Dee. I8AS. 

Commanded the expfdltion acnl 
Into the Ponncdcy dtotrlet in Feb. 
and Mareh \96ii aneeeeded in cap- 
turing arms and ammunition, and in 
brinfiBf to Promo a laifa quantity 
of grain (Medal). 

8 Capt. tfcwttt Mrred wiUi the 
IStb Ruj-al Irish on the China ex* 
rediUon (Medal), and irae pretest 
at Canton. Amoy. Chwein, Chiniwoi 
Nini po, Seg oan, Chapoo. Shanghai. 
I Wooeung, and Chinkiangfboieerrcd 
also throughout the seoond BursMte 
war, including the capture of Ban. 
goon. Prome,and Myattoon'a stock- 
ades near Donalww (Medal). 

4 CapUin Dick sonred with the 
Ord Rett, in tbe^Kattr war tnm 
Dec. 1851 to June ISU ( Medal). 
7 Lieut. Etcson lerred with the 18th Royal Irtah 
throDf kout the second Bnrmeee war (Medal), inelud. 
lag the capture of Martaban. Sanffoon, ~ 
tke Donabew itockadca. 



P 30 May 51 

15 Apr. 52 

12 Oct. 52 

12 Dec. 52 

P 10 June 53 

26 Aug. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P25 May 55 

P 6 July 55 

22 Aug. 55 

P 20 Dec. 54' 

9 Nov. 55 



I Prome,aa4 



Payjfuu/er.— Francis Wm. Fellows, 3 June 53 ; Ens. p 16 Dec. 45; Lieut, 20 
Aiffutant.^Lieut. Walter James fitopford, 18 May 54. [Oct 47. 

Quarter-Maeter.-'Wimam Knott, 25 Feb. 45. 
Surgeon. — ^Thos. Cowan, M.D.^ 5 Nov 52 ; AsHst.'Surg, 17 Sept. 41. 
Assistant'SurgeoM. — William James Ingham, 9 May 51. 

Charles Alex. Innes, M.D., 14 March 55. 
Henry Alex. Gogarty^ 29 Aug. 55. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor. 

Archibald Maclaine*s serriccsi— Myeoce campaign of 17W agalnit TIppoo Snilan, indoding the battle of Mai* 
ilege and etenning of Seringapatua, where lie received three wounds, from the effBda of whidi lie was eoDSned in 
for upwards of a year. Capture of the Daniah setUement of Ticanqoebar, and the Polygar war in ISSl, i»>i«i*tBf 
e of Ardingy, and aflkir of Senmgapore, where he was wounded. Mahratu war of ISn, S, and 4, against Selndia, 
snd the Bern Rajah, including the storm, of Julnaghur, siege and storming of Oawilghur, siege of Ateeergiinr 
1), and battle of Aigaum. Ordered home in 1804, in oonsequcnee of severe wounds received in the diflbreat 
>am 179S to 1804. Peninsular campaigns of 1810, 11, and IS, including tiie defence of Cadis, the deCence of 
la (an outwork of Cadis* and a ruined redoubt when taken possession of from the enemy), from Sftid Pebruaiy to 
ril 1810, during which long period Sir Archibald, then a Captain in the old 94th Regiment, with a very csmII 
ler his rommanri. most gallanUy kept at bay 8,000 of the enemy under Marshal Soolt, who conducted the siege, 
lot evaenate until ordered to do so by LieuL-Ocneral Sir Thomas Graham, his bmu being nearly all either killed or 
. Served also at the batUe of Barroea (dangerously wounded, and his horse killed,) and capture of SeriUe. Sir 
d has received the War Medal and one Clasp for Barrosa. 

It. Flamstoad aerrod witk the 18th Boyal Irish throughout the Burmese war of 1861.51 (Medal), indodiDr the 
ion of the atoekadaa in the Rangoon Biver, captnre of Bangoon and Frame, and the peater pari of the OMraCiou L kl 
M yattoon In the Donabew diatriiet. 3 

It. Gibbon* MTvcd with tho 18th Boyal Iriah throuehont the Burmese. war of IStS-U (Medal), indndinr thecaptue 
oon and Piome, and the cltaring tlic ziihl bonk of the ImwiMj of the eaeay from SSad r>'ovember 1863 to the 
he war. 



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••MIECPORT- "TOURNAT" "ST. LUCIA- •'TALAVBRA" ** SALAMANCA* « VITTORIA** 
••PYRBNBB8" "NIVKLLB" "TODLOUSE** •• PBNlIfSCLA** "ALIWAL- "iO- 
BRAON •* •* PONJAUB •* •• OOOJBRAT.** 

ColoneL—WWWAm Sutherland,* Ens, 15 Dec. 04 ; Lt, 1 July 06; Capt. 18 Aug. 

14 ; Major, 25 Sept. 17 ; Lt.-Col. 16 May 22; Col. 10 Jan. 37 : Major-Gen. 

9 Soy. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 53rd F. 25 May 55. 
Lieut, -Coloneh.—llanTy Havelock,* CB.,*. ^d X^.20 July 15; LU P24 Oct. 21 ; 

Capt. 6 June 38; Brev.-Mt^j. 4 Oct. 42; ilf<^'.30 Junc43; Brev. Lt.-Col. 30 

April 44; Z^-CoZ. 20 June 54; CoZ. 20 June 54. 
Thomas Sidney PowelV -En*, p 13 May 26; Lieut, p 31 May 31; Capt. P|3 

Nov. 35; Brevet Major, 23 July 39; Afoior, p 21 July 48; Brevet Lieut. - 

Col. n Nov. 51 ; Lt.'Col. 2 Feb. 55. 
M<^ors.— John McNeill Walter/ Ent. p 31 July 35 : Lieut. 3 July 39 ; Cut?/. 29 

Sept. 47 ; Mqjor, p 2 Dec. 53. 
Wm. Henry Hardy Forbes Clarke/ JS!r«.25 Not. 24; Lieut. 1 May 86; Capt* 

29 Sept. 43 ; Maj. 20 June 54. 



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I ENSIGN. I LIEUT. 



Captains. 

Tliomas Ffrench^ ' 4 Dec. 17 1 26 Apr. 28 

Pat. W. Sydenham Ross p 9 Nov. 88 p 2 Sept. 42 

Wailam Payn8 >27 May 42 p 12 Jan. 44 

Annesley Paul Gore^ . . . . p 7 Apr. 43 . p 8 Jan. 47 
C.F.Wbstr.Wedderburne' p31 May 39 p 26 Jan.. 41 



Thomas Moubray*^ 5 June 40 

John H. Lothian p 31 Dec. 44 

Wm. F. Adams Colroan" 15 June 43 
George Robert Hopkins^ 28 Aug. 39 
Alex. James Sutherland* 15 Jan. 41 

Joseph Maycoek p 20 Oct. 40 

Frederick Arthur Walter 26 Jan. 44 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Buck® 28 July 44 

John Wm. Follows,'^ adj.\ 31 Mar. 46 
George Herbert Cox *<> . . | 17 Apr. 42 
James Winsmore Corflcldi 28 Aug. 46 
Edward Dyne Fenton " . . I p 13 Aug. 47 
Francis Percival Drought p 6 Dec. 44 



Beudyshe Walton'^ 
George Newton Fendall. . 
John Keys Humfrey . . . . 
John Alexander Dalzcll " 
Graham Taylor 



30 Jan. 47 

10 April 49 

Fred. Richard Solly Flood, P 21 Aug. 49 



25 Feb. 42 

28 May 48 
10 Mar. 45 

26 July 44 
24 May 44 

29 Apr. 42 
23 Jan. 46 

22 Feb. 46 

P 4 June 47 

7 July 43 

P 16 June 48 

P 13 July 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 8 Feb. 50 



Henry Helsham 
Avary Jordan Davem" 

Thomas Acton . •' 

Wale Rymer Byrne .... 
Donald Harvey Munro .. 
Wm. Henry James Clarke 
Cha. Fra. Herbert Lloyd 
Thomas Charles Ffrench 
Alfred Kirke Ffrench .... 
Ensigns. I 

John Maxwell Macneill , 
Richard Annesley Eyre . J 

John Miller | 

Fred. Jas. S. Brockhurst' 



P 16 June 48 
11 Dec. 46'P 4 May 49 
30 Apr. 46 P 15 June 40 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P May 51 
P 8 Aug. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 
3 Jan. 53 
P 6 May 53 
20 Oct. 63 
7 Nov. 53 
P 2 Dec. 53 

20 June 54 
9 Oc*. 55 

21 Oct, 55 



P 14 Mar. 51 
29 Jan. 47 
25 July 51 
9 April 49 
19 Nov. 47 
19 Aug. 51 

P 17 Oct. 51 
21 May 52 

P 10 Feb. 54 



captain. 



31 Oct. 40 

16 Jan. 49 
P 14 Mar. 51 
Pll Sept.49 
P28May 52 

15 Mar. 53 
P 15 Feb. 53 

15 Mar. 53 
7 Nov. 53 

20 June 54 

4 Feb. 53 

P 26 Nov. 52 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 



July 47 ; Bne. 4 Sept. 
[49; Z^P22Aug.51. 



P 17 Dec. 52 
1 June 55 
9 Oct. 55 
28 Dec. 55 
Paynuuter.-^Vfm. Peel,» 11 Nov. 53; Qr.^fioiter, 
A^jutant.-^Lieut. John Wm. Follows,'^ 27 May, 46. 
Quarter'Maeter. — ^Thomas Marshall, 30 July 52. 
SurgeoruStXMon Dartnell,*^ 19 Jan. 44 ; Aesist.'-Surg. 4 Dec. 32. 
Astietant' Surgeons, — James Simpson Grant| M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 
Thomas Bussett Reid, 16 May 51. 
Alexander Macrae, M.D. 5 Nov. 60. 
Facings Red. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

a«iMraI Sntharlaad commanded the few troops on the Gold Coast In the raecennil operations and 
against the Ashantees, whom he defeated and dispersed (about 20,000 strong) in June and Julj 

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145 5Srd {The Shropshire) Refft. of Foot. 

ft CotoDfll MBTotoek leirod tn the Buirmete war Id 1834, SA, and i9, ni I>«?p. Itslit. A(UaUiit-G«neral M 
Ihc htmfi quarter* at djr Arch« Carii|ib«iri armyt and woi |>rei!ient itl tliv caiJiureor Kemundine, ICuin«- 
root, iiiid Ut'tl ]jin, lit also In tiw Mcl^on of Pd^tinm JUcw. SerTM wH\i ihe Amiy of the Indus and in 
Air|hanbUn in 1639, 41, and 41. at AJde-de-Cump Id Sir Willoughby Cutt&n. PeriU'n Interpreter to IImj. 
Geo. Elphtnitone and to ilr Kobirrt Bali;, nnel Dvp. Ai*hu AdjLGenifrRl in Sir Oi>or|e PoUock'i forct. 
In wh\ch arrnj he mu attacbcd to Sir Julia iC'Ciiikltl'i division ; present at tlie Elorm and capture of 
ObutTieu (M4^dal), in ihf^ leveral actlont in f irciiig tlic ptuset ^ilwt^en Coiool njid Jellmlabad In 1841, and 
at the dL^fenco of the loiter place in 1^1 and i'l, Comniajiijt'd (h.i! n^hi eoluinii. In die attack on 
MahommHIi Aktfnri camp ou Uiu 7tii Aprn t(^2(IIedal}, Tor whic^h and precedibe Mrricoshe was promoted 
to tht tM.uk of Major bjr brcvfrt, and nominated s CS. H« waj alio pr«i«nt in the action of Teseen, at 
the r«-eapture of Cnbool (Tklcdal), and was tenlor oOtcer of the itaffdurinf th« tucccoding operations in 
Ihe Rohlitan under 3ir John M'CaiklU, and Mt tli« attack on and cap turn of Istalift Benred as Persian 
Interpreter to Lord aougli at the battle of M uhar^j pore (Modal }« and alBo thjouirbout the Sutlcj cam- 
pafg:n oridi;»-(}, indiidinif the battW« of Mood Lee, ]-'eryju.'4bah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps); bad 
two hi>r«e« ttioc under him at Moodfa««, and one at Sobraon. 

3 Lt.'t^'olonel Powell lerrtKl ai Alde-df-Cainp and Persian Interpreter to Lord Keane throughout the 
caiiiuaign of iHl^iH'^tf In AfTg'hanj^tBn, inii hat nccived the Medal Fur Ghuioefi, Served with the 0th' 
liogt. ii\e katUr War at 1(^40-47 (Medal i Commanded tbe 57tJi Regt. during itie maTch [lurongli the Crimen 
an til after the battle of (nk«rnian, and mbsi-qneiitly if r red a* second In corn ma nd oi the lUgt. until 
promoted lu an UnaU^ Liout.-Colonelcy : Medal with Clnapi fLir BulakkTa and Inker in an. 

4 M i^Jor Wake^r aerved throughout the Kudlr cimpaiBn of In Id-? u« Adjuiani of tJte 00th Regt., nnd 
Field Adjutant oftiie Ut Dlrliion (Medat). B«rved with the aSrd Ilr^t, m the Punjauh campaign in I84O, 
and was present at the buttle of Goo>rot {M^dal and Clufp). 

6 Major Clarko lerred with the 47th Re^t, in tho 1!r«t Burmese war; with the 53rd on the ButlcJ 
( Medal )t and was prefect ut Buddivral^ Aljwal, and i^obraon* Ho has idso the PunJiAub Medal. 

a Major Ff/vnch lerted with the £0th fte«jrt. In China ( Medal 1, arkd wait at Chusiin, Ningpo, Chapoo, 
ShangJiai, Woosunc^r Chin Kian^ Foo> and IS'ankln. &«rred as a Slnjor of Brlfade In Ibe Punjaub campaign 
hi 1B40, and wai preient at tliebalile of Oiiojorat (Medal and Claip). 

7 Captain Woddcrburbc has r«ce veil (he Modal for tlji* Punjaub caxD|^]^. 

8 Ciipt». Pajn, Hopkins, Bnd:^Ljt]K'rj:itnd, Lii. Grubber, Duck, nnd Fa vin:i?terPf el, aerted In the campaign 
on tbe SotleJ (Medull, and Wl^^f preiint ut tluddlwal^ Aliwiil, iukI Silira^^in. f^apt, Piiyn and Lt. Buck 
aerved that in the Punjaub lu Ibiti, and wcil^ pru^^ent at Uoujcrat (Medal and Clasp). 

Capt. Gore served with the 7th Drag. Oyards against the Inttrgent Bo^ri In South Africa In 1846; 
also tliroughout the KaiBr war of 1840-7. 

10 Capt. Moubray and Lieut. Cox have received the Medal for the Punjaub campaign. 

11 Ueuts. Penton, Walton, Dalsell, and Davem, served In the Punjaub campaign In 1810, and were 
present u the baUle of Ooq|erat (Medal and Clasp). 

If Captain Colman, while on passage to India in the Trantnort Britcn, was wrecked on the Leaser 
Andaman in Nov. 1844, and remained on that Island fiftjone days, suffering very severe privations. He 
served with the 80th Regt. throughout ' the SutlH campaign of 1846-0, and was present In the battles of 
Moodkee, Peroseshah, and Sobiraon (Medal and Two Clasps). 

14 Capt. Breton served In the campaign on the SuU^ (M^dal), and was pr^Hunt at Buddiwi^l, Allwal, and 
Bobraon (wounded). 

17 Lieut. Follows served in the campaign of 1845-0 on the SutleJ (Medal), and was engaged in the 
battles of Allwal and Sobraon. AI«o In the Puidaub campaign in 1840, Inclndlng th* battle of Ooojerat 
(Medal and Qasp). 

18 Mr. Dartnell aerved with the 4th Lt. Dragoons during ihe campaign In Affghanlstan under Lord Keaae. 
and was preeent at the siege a^d capture of Ohuznee (Hedal). Also with the 63rd In the Pui^jaub cam- 
paign in 1840, including the batUe of (loojerat (Medal and Clasp). 



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^"^^.r^f^S-M Sitk(TI,e WestNorfolk)Regt.ofFool. ^4^ 

"• The Sphinx, with the words " MARABOUT" " EGYPT" " A VA/' 

Cotanel.-^^ WilUam Alexander Gordon,* CB. Ens. 2 Oct. 94 • Lieut 1 1 iw oa • 

Capt. 2 Oct. 01 ; Major, 4 June 13 ; Lieut^CoL 25 Dec l^Cal M J«l^ 

Sp : Jlfq/.-G^en. 23 Not. 41 ) Lt.-O^, 11 Nov. 6l7 cSui'f 16 fSr So 
^<^6l(m€/.-Wimam yorke Moore,« Em. p 16 Dec. 26 ; Zieut i 12 De? M i 

Ciip^PmJuly 83; lf^-.P30 Dec. 42; Lt.^Col. 11 Nov. eiTCo/ 28 No; M 
ilf^i«-*.-te>w1andMoffiit,^. P22Jnie32 5 Xi«i^ p?' Aui. 36. ff 

Au^. 41 1 Mt^or, 4 March 63. ^^ ' ^"^'* ^^ 

George Gumming Miller, Ens. p19 July 89 j X^. P 1 Apr. 42; Capt. U Oct. 49 : 

Ju/^. P19 Jan. 56. "^ ' 



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Captains. 
John Charles Hill Jones 
James Swetenham* .... 
^lUiam Freeland Brett. . 
James Sinclair Thomsop 
John S. FeTgQsoi^ Fowke 
Thos. Hupgerford PoTf ell 
Pridaux William Gillum 
Francis John Griffin, 4.. . 
W. Ed. Freeman O'Brien 
Henry Elliott Bayly . . 
John Fred. -Flamank . . 
Wm. Hill Dawe Clarke 
Lieutenants. * 
PercyQ. Botfield Iake,a4f 
£dw.Thos.Shiffner ... 
J. Sack?Ule Swann .... 
Charles Alex. Thomson . 
William Fermor Bamsay. 
Charles FitxRoy Barnett 
Charles CuUen liaansell 

BdwardCliffe.... 

Robert Baret Stokes .... 

And. Robert Guy Bvered 
Thos. Blaklston Hpuston 
Heniy John Fane ...... 

Wm. Arthur Gailbraith . . 
Francis Geo. S. Parker. • 
William Humphreys .... 

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Arthur Herrick 

Ueorge Lewis ^)iyta. . •• 

Thomas Parr 

John Stevenson 

Vere Temple Bayly 
Joseph William 
George Cronyn . . , 
William Ker Qr^y 
John Ayton Wood 
William Spooner 



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Atffutant.'^Lieut. Percy Godfrey Botfield lake^ 27 Aug. 62. 
Qiiarfer-Afa«^^.— Thomas Hipkln, 6 July 62 ; Ens, 1 Aug. 61. 
^ur^eoti.— James McGrigor Grant, 29 Nov. 60; Assi^.-Surg, Nor. 40. 
^Mii^ati^-i9ur^e(mtf.— William Mitchell Firth, 2 Dec. 63. 
George Youel), 26 May 64. 

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Depot, Templemore. 
" CHINA."--'* The Z>r«^fn."— "ALMA»» '* INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 
CoVmeL—'B H<m. Henry Edward Butler," Sns. 15 Feb. 00; Lt. 21 June 00 ; 
C«»^22 May 04 ; Mtyor, 30 May 11 ; Lt.-Col. 4 July 16 ; Col^O Jan. 37 j 
MMorGen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54 ; CoL 55th Foot, 29 Jan. 66. 
Lieut.-CoUmeU.—CharleB Warren,* CB. JSns. 24 Nov. 14; Lt. 13 Not. 18; 
Capt, P 1 Aug. 22; Mtyor, 21 Nov. 34 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42; X*.- 
CoL P 25 Nov. 45 ; Col. 20 June 54. •.«,«. 

Henry Charles Barnston Daubcney,' CB. Bne. 12 Mar. 29 ; Lt. 9 Aug. 31 j Copt. 
P 28 Oct. 36; Bt.-Maj. 23 Dec. 42; Mqj. P 25 Nov. 45; Breo. Lieut.^Col 
20 June 54 ; Lt-Col. 9 Mar. 56. _ ^, ^^ 

3fq;<w#.— Fred. Amellus Whimper,* Em. P23 Jan. 85 ; Lieut. p23 Mar, 38 ; 

Capt. P 6 Oct. 41 ; Mqfor, p 24 June 63 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
Alfred Capel Cure,* Ene. 30 July 44 ; Lima, p 9 Apr. 47 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 62; 
Maj or, P'85 M ay 65 ; Brevet Lieut. -Col. 2 Not. 66. 

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Captains. 

JohnFrendi'f 

Tho8. Southwell Brown ^ 
Henry Reynolds Wergc,^ s, 

Robert Hume * 

Geo. Edw. L. C. Bissett» 
William Barnston'® .... 
Fred. Cockayne Elton ». . 
Richard England " .... 
John Richard Hume *' • • 
Edw.Marcns Armstrong' 
Thomas Maude Roxby . . 
Wm. Hamilton Richards*^ 
ISdm. Fortescuc Twyiden'* 
Charles Peregrine Teesdule 
Sylvester W. F. M. WiUon 
Geo. Anthony Morgan,** t. 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

JohnGranyllle Harkness^ 
John George Echalas . . 
William Bvrne Johnson »' 
John William Trevor** . . 

Henry Burke,»» A4; 

Edwyn Frederick Temple 
S. Blomefield Kekewlch . 

Francis Williams'® 

William Edward Nunn . . 
Sam.Cha8.de M.Pritchard 



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14 Not. 45 p 26 May 48 P 4 Aug. 54 

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20 Oct. 48 ; P 8 Not. 50 
22 Dec. 48 p 2 Sept. 61, 

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21 Sept. 54 
23 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 54 
2 Feb. 66 
1 May 55 
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p 24 Juno 53 ' 21 Sept. 54 p 20 July 55 
p 7 Jan. 47 P 18 Dec. 47 p 10 Aug. 56 
P12 Nov. 47 Pll May 49 p31 Aug. 65 
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13 May 53 
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6 June 64 

7 June 54 
10 Aug. 54 

p 19 May 54 

P 8 Dec. 46 

21 Sept. 54 

p 10 June 53 

29 Sept. 64 j 

John H. Sharpe i 3 Nov. 541 

James Scott« I 5 Nov. 54 

Fred. Fitz Wm. T. Hobbs' 15 Dec. 54 i 

George Fortescue Park. . | 23 Feb. 65 p 

Percy Lytton Bellamy . . p 16 Jan. 66 

Arthur Sibley Young . . 

Palms Spread Morgan . . 

Cotton Edwin Theobald . 

Wm.FiUJohnLoP.Trench 

Robt. Fitz Gerald Dalton 

Frederick Heberden .... 

Edwin Charles Hilton .. 
Ensigns. 

Arthur F. Bigg Wither. . 

George Harwood Cope . . 

Mark M. Gillies 

Archibald James Arnott. . 

Alwin Shntt Bell 

Thomas Dunn 

Martin Joseph F. Kenny 

George Pirrie 

Wm. John Byde Martin 

James H. H. Landon .... 

Norman Fitzg. Uniacke 

James Francis Morton . . 

OsbomeS.Dolano^sbome 



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6 July 65 

30 Aug. 55 

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29 Apr. 51 
29 Dec. 64 
19 Jan. 55 

9 Feb. 65 
2 Mar. 55 

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2 Oct. 65 
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1 Lt.-Geoeral the Hon. H. 
B. Butler aerred the Egyptian 
campaign of 1801, with the 
2nd Baitallon of the 87Ui, in- 
eiudlDg the battlea of the 19Ui 
and <Ui March, and haa re- 
ceived the Odd Medal fW>m 
the Grand Seignior. Served 
also with the Portagueae army 
in 1810 and 1811, and was 
wounded at the battle of Bu- 
•aco. HehaarecelTedtheWar 
Medal with two Claipa for 
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1 Paymatter.'^OeoTge Dobr^e Lyg, 9 Oct. 66. 

2 Atffutatit'-Lieut, Henry Burke,^? q ^or. 54. 
Quarter'Master. — Owen Green,' 7 June 64. 

16 '^tfr^eon.— Ethelbert Henry BlBke*^ M.D. 7 Jan. 63 ; Auist.-Surg, 16 Not. 41. 
9 il«n#f.-5«r^e(m#.— James McHaffie Cowan,' M.D. 7 April 64. 
I 2 ! William Jasper Rendell, 86 May 64. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Barron and Smith. 

2 Colonel Warron terred ander the Duke of Wellington In 1819. Commended the OAth Begt. in en 
expedition egeintt the imah of Coorg In April ISM (Colonel Mill being In commend of the eolumn nntll 
• few daji before he was killed): led a aaccMtrul aiMult on and captured the iloekade of Klesenhallj ; 
and wa» wrerely vounded In an attack on the stockade of Baomwarpettah. Seryed in China fkom 1841 to 
lSi4 (Medal): commanded the SftUi In the eipedltion up the Yang-t«e-kiang, and was eererely woonded 
at the storming and capture of Chinklangfoo,-where he was personally engaged with three Tartars, whom 
he kill<>d. Served the l£astem campaign of 1854-55 (Hedal and Clasps) : commanded the RefL at the battle 
of Alma (receiTed two contused wounds), siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 80th 
October: comnsanded the 1st Brigade, Snd Division, at the battle of Inkerman, and was severelx and also 
slightly wounded. Again sligba/ wounded at the attack on the Redan on the 8th Sept. 

9 Llent.-Colonel Daubeney served with the 55th in the Coorg campaign. East Indies, in 18t4,aiid was 
present at the assault and capture of the stockade of Klstenhully, and at the attack on the stockade of 
onomwarpettab. Served during the Chinese War (Medal); commanded the Light Company at the repalso 
of the enemy's night-attack on Chinha4>, and at the storm and captnre of Chapoo; served on the staff as 
ai^r of Brigade to Sir James Schoedde's Brigade at Wooiung, Shanghai, and Chin Kinng Foo. Served 
the Eastern campaign of 1854 (Medal and Clasps), Including the battles of Alma and Inkennaa, siege of 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie of 9Gih October. Commanded the 95th Regt. at the battle of Inker* 
man (wounded and horse shot), succeeded to the command of the let Brigade, 8nd Division, after 
Colonel Warren was wounded, and brought it out of action. 

4 U.-Colonel Whimper served with the 08lh Regt. on the China expedition ( Medal), tnd was present 
at the capture of Cbin Kiang Foo. Served with the 55th Regt. In the Eastern campaign of 1894 (Medal 
and Clasps), Including the battle of Alma— severely wounded, and hone killed. 

5 Lt.-Colonel Cure served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1859, and was severely wounded at the asaanll 
OS the Rvdan on the 8th Sept. (Medal). 

8 Captain Frend served with the 55th Regt. on the China expedition (Medal),— at Amoy, Ghusan* 
Chinhae (including repulse ot nigbt^ttack), Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Poo. 

7 M^ors Werge and Elton, Captain Brown, Lieut. Harkness, Qr.-M aster Qreen, and AaBlst.-8argeon 
Cowan served the Enttorn campaign of 1854-55, iucludiog the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 M^lor Robert Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkennan (wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and asMuit on the Redan on the 8th Sept.— severely wounded 
(Medal and Cla»ps). 

Captains Bissett and Armstrong served In the Eastern campaign of 1654-55, Including the battle of 
Alma— seversly wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Oiptain Bamston srrved the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and Inker- 
man (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Captain England served the Eastern camp«ilgn of 1654, as Alde-de-Camp to Sir Richard England, 
Including the battle of Inkerman ana siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Captain John Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma and 
Inkarmaa, siege of Sebaitopol, and assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept.— severely wounded (Medal and 
riasp^). 

14 Captain Richards served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, Including the battle of Alma, alcge of 8e« 
b n s t o pol, and assault on the Kedan on the 8th Sept.— wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

16 Capiain Morgan served the Easteni campaign of 1854-55, Incltiding the battles of Alma and Inkennan 
(wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept.— eeverely wounded (Medal and 
Clasps). 

16 Captain Twysden served In the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including tho battles of Alma and Inker* 
nsaa, and siege of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Johnson lenred at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, and was severely wound^ at the ■nauU 
on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal). 

18 Ltont. Trevor served at the siege of Sebastopol from D«c. 1854, until dangerously wounded at the 
attack and eapture of the Rifle Pits on tho night of the 16lh April 1855 (Medal and Chup). 

19 Lieut. Burke served with the 55th Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the taking of Amoy, 
the second capture of Chutan, occupation of Ningpo, repulse of the night-attack on Chlnhae» expedition to 
Tou-Too up the Nlngpo River, taking of Ctuipoo, and operations in the Woosung and Yang-tse-XSang 
Bivfn. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65 (Medal and Clasps), including the battles of Alau and 
Inkermutn, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulsf of tho sortie on fOth Oct. .'^4. 

80 Lieut. Williams served wlih the 55th Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the taking of 
Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of the heightt of Chinhae and lepulse of the night- 
atlaek, eKpedilion to You* You up the Klngpo River, aUack and capture of Chapoo (wounded), Wooenng, 
Cldnhae, and Cbtnklangfoo. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma 
(mentioned In Division Orders) atid Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, sortie on 96th Oct., attack on the 
Qoarries 7th June— mentioned in dnpatches (Medal and Clasps). 

81 Ueut. Scott served with the 55ih Regt. In China (Medal), and was present at the capture of Amoy, 
soeood capture of Chusan, and repulse of the night-attack on Chinhae. Served the Eastern campaign of 
1854-56 (Medal and Clasps), including the batUes of Alma and Inkerman, tho siege of SebastcfNa, and 
repolae of the sortie on S6th Oct. 54. 

88 Doctor Blake served with the 98th Regt. In China (Medal), and wap present at the storm and oanture 
of CUb Kiang Foo. Serrrd the Eastern campaign of I864-55 (Medal and Claspa), including the battlfs of 
Alma and Inkerman, the siege of ^bsMopol, sn^ repnl?« 9f tb« vortle on 90th Oct. 54. 

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"MoRo" "Gibraltar." Y^Wxthi^ Cattle and Key, " Mantis Imignia Cmlfe.'* 

" Sbtastopol." 

CoUmel-^lf John ^crrl o/ Westmorland,! QCB. GCH., j&im, 17 Dec. 08; Lt. 6 

Jan. 04 ; Capt. 8 May 06; Jf^. 20 Dec. 10 -, LU-Col. 12 Dee. 11 ; C^2. 4 June 

14 ; Maj.'Gen. 27 May 25 ; LL-Gen. 28 June 38 : Gen. 20 June 64 : CeL 66th 

Regt. 17 Nov. 42. 
LietU.'ColoneU. — Soulden Oakeley, JEni, p 28 Jane 36 : Zieut. p 6 Sept. 89 ; 

Capt. P 22 Dec. 43 ; Jllqjar, p 7 Feb. 61 j Lt.-CoL p 3 Feb. 64. 
Samuel Symes Cox, JEns. p 13 Nov. 36 ; Lieut, p 12 June 40 : Capt. P 26 Apr. 

44 ; MqJ. P3 Feb. 64; Lt.-Col. 13 July 66. 
Jf<y*or*.-- George William Paty, JEns. p 6 Sept. 30 : Lieut, p 18 Feb. 42 ; Cant, 

P 6 Feb. 46 ; Maj. 23 April 65. ' 

Richard Walter Lacy, £ns. 23 Mar. 82; 2ilei«*. 16 Sept. 87 ; Capt. 1 May 46 ; 

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Richard Anderson 

John James Bull 

Wm. George Margesson 
Fox Manle Ramsay 



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P 8 June 30 
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Hugh Whitchurch Aufltuil 38 Jan. 42 

JohnPyePye 

Henry John Tolcher . . . 

William Watkin Bassett 

William Clutterbuck ... 

Morton Robert Eden.. . 

Hugh £ccles 

Alarcell Conran 

Robt. Gordon Cumming^ 

William Cbarles Coghlan 

John Martley 

Arthur Wellesley Joyce 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Bd«rin William PltUips . . 
WUliam Alex. Godley .. 
Samuel Henry Harford.. 
Richard Jones Hobson 
Patrick Alex. Robertson 
James Fleming Baxter . . 
Francis Charles Hill . • • . 
Henry Fraser Curwen . . 

George Sims 

Henry Williams, il^;.. . . 
Augustine William Massy 
Thomas Pierce Butler . . 
Fleniy George Monk . • • , 
Arthur WiUiam Turner. . 
George Stamer Gubbins 
William D. Chapman*.. 
John William Huskisaon 
Robert Thomas Thompson 
Livins Sherwood King . . 
Henry Edward Watson . . 

BirsieNS. 
Richard Bedford Poulden 
Charles John Hampton. . 

JohnB.Kelsall.. 

Henry Hartley Taylor . . 
Arthur Nassau Bolton . . 
Frederick Wright 
Robert Napoleon Surplice 
Geo. Wm. Harison Teaman 
Ciiarlea Swinhoe ., 
Augustus Spiller . , 

William Bell 

Reginald BytheU ., 
Charles G. Buckner 



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8 Oct. 60 

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Atl^utmU.'^LUmt. Henry WUiiamt, II Aug. 04. 

Quarter- Moitm-.—JmrneB M'Gntb, 1 May 56. 

Airpia0ik— William Deefok, 18 Jan. 65 ; A$tiH.^Surg. 87 Oet. 46* 

Astutant^Surffeim$,^Fnna» Walien Knox, 17 Jima 51. 

Duliean Campbell Taylor, M.D., 96 May 64. 

Samuel 8UM!y SkipCoii, M.D., 9 Jane 64. 

Fadngi Purple. — AgerUs, Mesen. Cox k Co* 

I Lard WMtmoilMd Mrt«d in 1905^ at Aide-de-camp Co Lieut-Oeneral Don mi the espedtllea \4 
Banorer. In 1806-7, as Ai»iitant-A4|utaot-0«o«raI in Sicily » on board Admiral Sir J. Daekwortb't ieei 
ta the aietton at th« f>aeia«^ of the Dardaneilet, and the deitriictlon of the Turkiah fleet, Ijrinir off the eaatlee t 
ia the aetioos before Coyalanf inople at tlie island of Prota, and at the repaavaae of the fleet through tha 
Dardaoellee. In Egypt a* Astiatant-Aiyutaai-Oeseral with the force nnder Migar-Oeneral Waocbope, at 
the rtr»t storaiiug of the town oi RufteitM, and in the retreat ; and »abaequently in the MCund attack and 
•iefe of thai place, wltli the force under Major-Oenemi Sir W. Stewart. In 1806, terred in Portefal aft 
As«l«aut-Adjutant-Oetierel in the army commanded by Sir Arthur Welleeicy, in the a8hir in the front of 
Ooido« and in the battle* oi Roleia and ▼imiem. In 1600. cerred ae eitra Aide-d«*Canip to Lord Wellington, 
aad WW preeent at the battle of riiiavera. In 1810, with the Srd Uraaoon Ouarda, in the cnmpaian in Por* 
ta^Cal, ittcittding the retreat to Torrex Vedras, buttle of Butaro, and adriiace to Snnrarem. In Sept. 1811^ 
proeeeded on a mia«iOD as Military CommiM't<me< to the head-qu'irtera oi the allied armlea. nnder Prtnet 
Schwanenberc, in Germany, tferred at the sieee oi H'inhigueii, und the eampaisn of 1814 in France, in* 
eindiiif the taltimr of lanares. thcbailieeuf LtL Rocliiere and Brienue, capture ot Troyve, atfalra of Morman 
aad Nansria, in front of Bmy, defence of Troyes, when uttacked by Bonapnne S8rd Feb. ; b ttle of Bar-«ur* 
Anbe, the subeeqnent aA'air upon the Barce, re-cvpture- of Troyet, butilee uf An h'nir-Anbe and of Fere 
Champenoise, advance upon and battle of Paris, ami capture of that city. An His M^eety's Envoy Rxtraor- 
diniiry and Minister Plan ipotaniiar) at the Court of Tuscany, served with the Austrian army in the camputca 
as«inst Jfaples, in 1815, ineiudlnr tlie battles of Toleniine and IfareeraM. Siffned, in coqjanetion with 
Fiald Mara^ul BlaiichI, whouomraanded the Au«trian army, the Military ronrentiou by which the kJrfdom 
of !««pie« wna reacored lo its Soreretffn. Kinc Ferdhmnd His Lordship has raeefved the War Medal and 
f.>nr C'asp» for Roleia, Viiniera. Tnlavera. and Husmco 

9 Captain Austin was actively employed during the rehi^nion in Canada In 1887 18 In aloca' BagimenC of 
Cftralry. 8err»d also at the siege and fall of Sebastopol ( Medal and Clasp). . 

8 Oapk Cumming served the campaun of 1845-6 on the SutleJ, with the 8th Ragt, and hal Neflved 
the Medal and two Clasp* for Moodkee, Peroieebab, and 8<ihraon. 

$ Lieui. Chapman aervad with the Stth BegL throaghout the Pvnianb caaipalfo af I84M^ i 
» of tba Chenab, and hatilaa of OulUanwailab nd Qoejamt (Madnl and Claapa). 



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* Albuhbma" "Vittoria" "Pybenbbs" "Nivbllb" "Nivb" "Peninsula** 
" Inkerman'* " Sevastopol." 
CoZoneZ. — 9 9191 Henry, Viscount Hardinge,* GCB. JEns. 8 Oct. 1798; 

Lieut, 26 Mar. 1802 ; Capt, 7 Apr. 04 ; M(gor, 13 Apr. 09 ; Lieut.-CoL 30 

May 11 ; Col. 19 July 21 ; Mqj.-Gen, 22 July 30; Lteui.-Gen, 23 Nov. 

41 ; Gm 20 June 54; Field MaraJtaly Col, 67th Regt. 31 Muy 43. 

Lieut,'ColoneU.—UQUTy J. Warre,» CB., Em. 3 Feb. 37 ; Lieut. 1 J one 41 ; Capt. 

P 8 Jan. 47 ; M({jor, 7 Nov. 64 ; Lt,-CoL 9 March 66. 
John Alfred Street,* CB.. JBnsign, p 29 Nov. 39 ; Xt^u^P 6 Oct. 41 ; Capt, 7 Jan. 

48 ; Brev.-Major, 12 Dec. 64; Mqjor, 29 Dec. 64; Lt.-CoL 19 June 66. 
ilf<tfor*.— William InglU, En». 7 Feb. 40 ; Lieut, p 31 Dec. 41 ; Capt. p 86 

Oct. 49 ; Brev.'M(g. 12 Dec. 64; Mqjor, 9 Feb. 66 ; Brev Lt. Col. 2 Nov. 66 
Robert Abraham Logan, Ens. 26 Oct. 41 ; Lieut, p 3 Mar. 43 ; Capt. v 7 Mar. 

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Jamps Stewart 

Jason HaBsard^ 

Geo. B Vaughan Arbucklo 
Frederic Percy Lea .... 

Henry Butler 

Chtts.Wm. St. Clah" 

Gerrard John Forsyth" . . 
William Edward Brown.. 
Alex. Lester Copland .... 
Arthur Maxwell Earle,"#. 
Thomas Nind Woodall 
Thomas Wm. John Lloyd 
Richard A. K. Hugessen 

Cavendish Venables^ 

James Hornby Buller . 
Joshua Cunliffe Ingham . 

Lieutenants. 
William Jesser Coope" 
Wm. Aldersey Jas.SUortt '^ 
Henry Bird.'^ 

John N.Gooch Macartney '* 
John Robert Wilmoi** .. 
Fred. Spencer Schon^berg, 



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2il Dec. 43 
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18 July 48 
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P 18 Apr. 61 

21 Dec. 44 
P 16 May 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
P 23 Jan. 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 



Alfred Fred. Adblp. Slade 16 Sept. 64 

Thomas Grace^ 6 Nov. 64 

Henry Douglas M. Shute 16 Dec. 64 

Charles Gr orge Clarke^ . . 29 Dec. 64 

BlakeGoble p 14 May 62 

HickmaiiRoseRuAselPi.. p 10 Jan. 66 

Heath Haviland Chanter 19 Jan. 66 

G. Rowland Waugb,^a4;. 12 Feb. 66 

Bathurst Chas. Bayntun^ 13 Feb. 66 

Samuel Hopper Powell *> 14 Mar. 66 

Edward Mills 23 Feb. 66 

Ensigns. 

Edward Gould Hasted .. 2 Mar. 66 

Edward Brutton 16 Mar. 66 

Wyndham A.R.Thomp80u 16 Mar. 66 

Thomas H. Tragett .... 13 Apr. 66 

Charles Fred. Houghton . 1 May 66 

Samuel F. Sewell \ 14 June 66 



John Shaw Phelps** 
Henry Francis Emly . . • . | 
Walt. DcWarrenne Waller 

Walter Hedger 

John Parkinson 

Herman Wayne 

Reginald Alb. Hoby Cox 
George Robert Daniel . . 



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19 July 66 

20 July 66 

26 July 66 

27 July 65 
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18 Muy 48 
P 17 Oct. 45 

19 Au/. 43 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P24JaD. 61 
P 7 Mar. 61 
P26 Dec. 61 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 16 Feb. 63 

6 June 64 

20 Dec. 46 

6 June 64 

7 Aug. 64 

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29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

26 Jan. 65 

9 Feb. 66 

19 June 66 

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1 Lord Hardlngeserredthrovgh 
out the whole of the Pminmlar 
war, nearly the whole of the tlm« 
u Deputy guarter Matter General 
of the Partufueie army, and waa 
present at the battles o. Roleta and 
Vimiera (wounded), retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna, passage of the 
Douro, batUeof Busaeo, lines oT 
Torres Vedras, battle of Albuhera. 
Itt and Snd sieges of Bada|oi, slc^a 
and capture of Ciodad Hodrigo, Srd 
■lege of Badajos, battles of Rala - 
manea, Vittoria (severely wounded), 
Pampeluna.the Pyrenees, Nirelle, 
Nire, and Orthea and has reerivfti 
the Gold Cross and Sve Claspa. 
Scrred also the eanpaiitn of 1816, 
and was severely wounded at LIgBT. 
lA June, —left hand ampuuted. As 
Ooremor-Ocneral of India ho was 
engaged in the battles of Moodke«, 
Peroscshab, and Sobraon (Medal 
and two Clatpi). 



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Adliutant.^LieuU George Rowland Waugrb,'" 12 Feb. 65. 
Quarter^Master, — JamcB Balcombe,'' 7 Nov. 61. 

Surgeon. — William Mac Andrew, M.D., 23 Mnr. 56; Atiist.-Surg. 6 Dec. 44* 
Auistant'Surgeans. — Michael James Griffin, 22 Sept. 54 
William Ferguson, 22 Sept. 54. 

Facings Yellow. — AgentSy Messrs. Cox & Co. 

2 Lt-Colonel Warn serred at the sieg* of Seba»topol tnm March 18S6» and oommanded the 67th lUft at 
the aanaltB on the Bedan on the ISth June (after Colonel 8hadforth vas killed) and 8th Sept. ; alao at the 
bombaidment and Borronder of Kinboom (Medal and Claap, and CJi.). 

3 Lieut.-Cvl. dtr««t served in the »t>ih RfgL wiiJi tli* c xpfditlon to the North of China In 1849 (Mcdal}» 
•ad Wis iirvtpnt at the attack and capture ol Chm Klang Foo» and at the landing before Nankin. 

7 llijor Haaaazd aenred at the aiege of Sehaatopol from 14th Not. 1864 (Medal and Claq>. and Bnret 
Mi^or). 

10 Captain 8C. Clair terred In the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the hatlles of BalaklaTa and 
Inkerman (h>rxe shot under him), siege of SebMtopul, and attuck on the Redan, 18th June (severely 
voaiidrd): Medal and Clasps. 

11 Captuin Forsyth served the Eastern campaign of Ie54-A5, including the battles of Balaklava and In- 
kennan, siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Quarries, attack on the Redan on the IStii June (with tba 
stormiitg col'imn), and on the 8tli Sept. ; also at Kinbourn (Medal Hud Clasps). 

15 Oapiain barle served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-66 (Hi^dal and tlai^ps), as A'de-de-Camp to 
Brlgadler-Oen. Gwldie. who was killed at Inkerman ; after which as a Brl^ade-MaOor in the 4ih Division ; 
was wonndcd 'iwl Nov. 1864. 

16 Captain Venablea served in the Crimea from Sept 1864, and was preaent at the battlea of BalaklaTa and 
Inkerman (wounded), aiege and fidl of srebastopul, atonnlng of the Qnarrlea, and attack of the Bedan on Iho 
I8ih of June: also present at the bombardment and capture of Kinbonni (Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieata. Coope and Bird aerved at the siege and fall «i Sebastopol in 1866. and at the capture of the 
QouTiea, and assault of the Bedan on the 18th June ; also at the bombardment and capture of Klnboum 
(Medal and Claap). 

18 Lieat Shortt aerved at the siege and Call of Sebastopol in 1864-66, and at the storming of the Quarriea, 
and of the Bedan on the 18ih June ; alao at the bombardment and capture of Klnboum (Medal and C]a»p>. 

19 Lieal. Macartney served at the siege and Call of Sebastopol In 1866, and attack on the Redan on the i8th 
Jane ; also at the bombardment and capture of Klnboum (Medal and Clasp). 

20 Lieata. WUmot, Clarke, and fiayntun, served at the laU of Sebaatopol, and at the bombaidment and 
eaptore ««f Klnboum (Medai and Clasp). 

21 Lienta. B.iaaell and Powell aerved at the bombardment and capture of Kinbonra. 

22 UeaL Wangh aerved at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1866, and at the attack on the Redan on the 
18th Jane: also at the bombardment and capture of Klnboum (Medal and Claap). 

23 Lleat Grace terred In the Crimea in 1864-66, and ^aa preaent at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 
fiege and fsll of Sehaatopol, attack on the Quarries, and on the Bedan on the l8th June ; alao at the bombard- 
ment and capture of Kinbourn (Medal and Clasps). 

26 Ensign Phelpa ser^'ed at the siege of Seba»topol (as Assist -Surgeon from 14th Nov. 1854), and at the 
attack on the Bedan on the 18th June; also at the bombardment and capture of Klnboum (Medal and 

27 (2r.-Maatar Baloombe served at the siege of Sebastopol from 2£nd Sept. 1864; plao at the bombardment 
and c^tare of Kinhonrn (Mpdal and Clasps). 



Continuation qf Notes to t^th Foot, 

» Mitfor Laye wss present at the anault wsA captars of Kawiti's Pah at Raapekapeka, New Zealand. II Jan. 1848. 
He served also ihroegfiont the campalga of 1846 and 47 ia ths teathera Distfiet, aad oonuDanded the troops at Waagattoi 
e« the IMh May ISlf. whea tba Natifet attacked the Settlement and were repalted. 

6 Mate BoawU Mrved with the iSnd Regt. hi Scinde dating its eouqncst. Served with the 58th in the south of New 
Zcalrad fkon Vth April 184ft. 

a Cmcms BcvaoMs served in the Qneen'i Royals throoghont the eampaign ia Affghaaittan and Belooehistato under 
laid KBaae. iaclading the atom and eaptore of Ohnsace (Medal), and of Khelit i ai the asMolt apon Khelat hU condnet 
was pte«UMatl7 aallaat. In 1846 he volnitcercd bis services in the KaAr war. and was attached to a hical corps, oom* 
poang a portioa of the force which erosMd the River Kei towards the latter end of that year (Medal). 

• CsfCaia Petlejr scrred in the expndiiioB against Kawiti's Pah, at Raapekapeka. 

7 M4er Thompson was prevent at everjr actloa. assault, and skirintsh which took place durioK the operations carried on 
la 19tt and 46 nnder Lleat.-Col Holme, and sabseqoentlv under Colonel Despard, against the insurgent chiefs In the north 
of New Zealand. 

10 Cape. Herbert was present at the eaptore of Kawiti's Pah at Raapekapeka 1 1th Jan. 1846; and was severely wounded 
ea the 16ch Joae follewing in a skirmish with the eneniv at the tbIIst of tbe Hott. 

15 PayaMAtcr I'lmbrell was present, hs a volunteer, with the old 94th, at battles of the Nive on thr Sth. 10th, 1 1th, and 
I3th Dee 1813 ; and at the action at Haovetcrre, battles of Orthes and Toulouae, and other minor aiFairs in the south of Pranee, 
aa aa BnaigB with the 87th Kegt. He has received the Wsr Medal and three Clasps. 

16 Qaarter-Maater Moir was present at the destruction ot Pomarr's Pah on Both April 1846, at the attack on HekPs 
Pah « KowM 8th Mav, destruction of the Waikiri Pab 16th May, storming of Kawiti's Pah at Ohiawal IM July (sevnely 
wsaaded on the right lag), and eaptore of Kawiti's Pah at Raapekapeka 11th Jaa. 1847. 

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iTX'ySi^^'] S6th( The Rutlandshire) Refft of Foot [ Sj^Tlfr^pfyST^th. 
•• aiBRALTAR''— with the CoiiU and Km, '* MonHi InH^iia Cflljit."— The Sphinx, with 
the words "EGYPT" "MAIDA" "SALAMANCA" "VITTOBIA" 
"PYRENEES" "NTVELLE" "ORTHES" "PENINSULA." 
CoioneL—Edwwd Buckley Wynyard,' CB.,^w*.17 Dec.U3 ; Lt.kCaptJJBn.eBi. 
Brev.'MM, 25 March 13; Cupt, k Lt,- Col. 23 April 14 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ; 
MmW'Qtn. 28 Nov. 41 ; Lt-Oen. W Nov. 51 ; CoL 68th Regt. 81 Jan. 51. 
£i«4*.-Co/.-- Robert Henry Wynyard,* CB. Era, 25 Feb. 19; X«M» 17 July 23 ; 
Capt. P 2*) May 26 ; if a; 25 July 41 ; Lt-CoL p 30 Dec. 42 j Col 20 J une 54. 
Affl/or*.— Cyprian Bridire,* Sm. 8 April 25; Lieu*, p 81 Jan. 28; Capt. PIO 

Dec. 36; Jlfitfw, PSODec. 456 ; Brev.-liewt.'Col. 20 June 54. 
Chariea LaTallin Nugent/ JSns. p21 Aug. 85; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38; Capi. '10 
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Captaiits. 
Geo. PouBonby Hume 
Joseph Henry Laye* t. 
AndrewHamlltonKusBell* 
Charles Wm. Thompson' 

Charles Dreshiff* 

William Temple Parratt 
JohnAlex.Cha.Petley« 
Isaac Rhodes Cooper . • 

Henry Reynolds* 

Ch.8t. J. S. Herbert*^.. 
Leslie Jenkins Thompson 
George Henry Wynyard*» 

LlBUTByAMTS. 

Thomas John Gnint,d|>m. 

Arthur Cooper 

G.John ltWynyard,ii4^. 
John Hayman Ward .... 
William Davles Shipley 

MlehaelTighe 

Sidney Withlngton,dii((;. 

John Hill Crosse 

Joseph Chariea Lake .... 
John H. Rogers Harrison 

Dawsnn Towuley 

John Horner 

William Dunn Bond .... 

Andrew H. Russell 

Henry Hluiieston 

BN8XQ1I8. 

Charles Stapp 

William Russell Russell.. 
John AuguiitusTighe.. 

William Hicks 

George Marrlner .... 
Octovius Wlliiam Hill 

Bartie Ma laren 

Charles Henry S. Jones 
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9 May 45 
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6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 

8 Oct. 54 

26 Jan. 55 

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kapekaTNew /calaad. m Utk Jan. 
IMS. after whUk b« praectdad to 
tkw valley of the Hatt, aad earvad 
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Ifl Capt. WyaeaHl aomnaadaA aad M a alomiaf 
party fron Uie left Moduida iato tba breaek at U. 
witi'i Pah OB the 11th Jan. IS46; and alio earrfd at 
Aido^de-Camp to Oovcraor Orev in the valley of the 
Halt, and the Horakiwi valley dniiaff the opcfationa 
in the South in the tame year. 



16 Msr. 55 
16 Mar. 55 
10 April 55 
10 May 55 
15 May 55 
1 June 55 
26 Oct. 55 
21 Dec. 55 
P -itt Dec. 65 
Payfnatter.^f^Tho, RichardsQu Timbren/'25 Oct. 42 ; Qr.'Mtitter, 19 Nov. 80. 
Adjutant. —Lieut. Gladwlo John Richard Wynyard, 28 July 54. 
guart^r-ilfaf^er.^WiUiain Molr/* 15 Oct. 47 

^iir0W0ii*»Artbur Saunders TtioDi^ion, M.D. 6 Aug. 47 ; AteUt.-Surg. 19 Oct. 88. 
Aui$t.'Surgwn$. — Alexander Get^rgc Montgomery, 9 Dec. 45. 
Benjamin T)dd, 25 April 51. 
Faeing$ Black. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k Co. 
1 LlMift.-0«ii«rsl Wyayaid aarved with the army In tlictly from 180A to Iftrcb 1610. when be wM 
•everely wouuded at the at.nrk on >ania Maura, for which i<e subseiiUfiitly obtained tbe BreTvi rank of 
Major; he waa a1»o pr**^!)! and uo the maff with thefnrre tliai occiipifMl IiiChU and Prtieifla. 

S CoIom! Wyarard eerved with the force in New Zealand ftom Oct. 184» vntil Jan. 1.H47 Id eownaiid of tbf lltk 
Begt.; commaaded the advanee dtviainn np the Kowa Kow i Kivi>r, ftnd on throngh the iatnior fVoai the laadinr ap to the 
yeeitiiw before Ruapekapeka, and euiervd the bivarh with the «tonaer» in ihr sMauli oa Ka«iti'» |>«h ou I lih Jan. 184<. 

t Li.*Cot Bridge wtnti with the 5sth throughout the y hole of ibtr operationt la ihe North ot N«« Zraland, tiooi April 
tSift to Jaa. 1814. He romiaaaded the Kogiiucui in the aeiion at M^vie ; planned and eondttcicd a aiftht.aiiaek in bcwta 
op the Waikari Rifer against a rebel tribe, arl-ich h« rouinl, aad dricroyml thrir Pah. Again roninwndrd the Kf(t. on 
the seeoad expedition against the nebel chief* Ueki and Kawiti: rrcapiured a hili at Uir head of the Keyimeai on iha 



. . ^ of the Ut Jaly I84i at Ohaiawht. and lad oae of the •tonuiof partie* ai thf aaaauli on the I'ab on that aftaraeoa, 
•9A waa at the cavturc of the Mi at Obaiawal on the 1 1th July, and also at iIm asMult a&d captiua oi Kavili^ fak at 
maapakapaka on the 1 1th Jan. 1846. ( Several timea aaiaed in deepatchea, Ae.) 

4 Maior NafOBt aorvcd ia the Said In New Zealand daring 184t-4S; commanded tKe adTaaced gnavd wUeh pcnetxated 
the fiweat annoanding Saapokapeka, and waa preaant at the captnrS of that Pah on llth Jan. 1848. 

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"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" "COBUNNA" "JAVA" "VITTOBIA" 
"ST. SEBASTIAN" "NIVE" "PENINSULA" "BHUBTPOBE," 
CoIraeZ.— 9 Qeorge AuguBtus Hendeison,* KH. KG. Ent. 1 SepU 93 ; Lieut. 1 
Mar. 95; CapU 20 Aag.Ol ; Mqj, 4 June 18; Lt.-CoL 12 Apr. U; Col 10 Jm. 
37 ; Mty.^Oen. 9 Nov. 46; LL-Qen, 20 June 54; Co/. 59th Foot, 27 Apr. 6t. 
Lieut.''ColMel. — Henry Hope Graham, Ens. p 15 Oct. 29 ; Lieta. p 7 8<^i. 9% ; 

Capt.^l Nov. 34; ilfq/or, P14 Apr. 46; Lt.-Col. * 29 Apr. 53. 
Jlf<{/or#.— Arnold £. Burmester, Ens. 31 Aug. 80; Ximf. p7 Mar. 34; Capt. 

P16 Mar. 33; Brev.-Mqjor, 11 Nor. 51 ; Mqfar, p9& April, 53. 
William Wynne Lodder, Ens. 7 Mar. 34; Lieut. P5 June 35; Capt. p6 Feb. 

41 ; Bret.'Major, 20 June 54 ; Jlfgygr, 81 July 55. 

Captains. | bmsicn. i 

Edward Gamage Byam. . p25 June 41 
Bobert William Boraeri s.\ p 30 Sept. 36 
Charles Kendal Bnshe . . ! p 14 Apr. 43 





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GeorgeTom <P16Feb.49,P 8 June 52 ; 

Wm. Hamilton Thompson' 18 Sept. 49 p 22 Oct. 52 . „ ^ 
'23Mar.49;P31Dec.52!.»«.c,;P.»l!;jfS^^^^ 

P 13 Dec. 50 1 3 Dec. 52 PunniarMth Dm. 184S(Mtdal). 

P15 0ct. 50 P 8 April 63 
P 13 Feb. 52 p 28 Oct. 63 



Frederick Hacket 

James Lawson 

Monteford Spread Morgan 
Gerrard Callaghan Howe 

Frederick Drage 

Bob. Jefferson Spofforth 
Isaac Bomford Bom ford 
Bdm. Beanehamp Tucker 
Bobt. Staveley Shinkwin 
S.Lee H.Hamilton Ffinney 
Benjamin Henry Burge . . 

George Joy 

Enbioxs. 

John Shephard,il4/ 

Francis Kington Statham 

Arthur Hesilrige 

James Buckland Cockell . 

Bobert Cuming 

Henry Edward Harrow. . 

Archibald Shaw 

JohnM*MuUin 

Thomas Fred. Bowen . . 



P 21 Jan. 53 IP 21 Oct. 53 



P 12 Mar. 52 
P 9 July 52 
P21 Sept. 52 
P 17 Dec. 52 
6 June 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 

20 Oct. 54 

15 May 55 

1 June 55 

8 June 55 

15 June 55 
20 July 55 

8 Aug. 55 

16 Nov. 55 
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11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

9 Feb. 55 

21 July 65 

14 Sept. 55 



Payntaster.-^Bdw. Hammond King, 10 Aug. 56; Ens. 16 May 51 ; Lt, 2 Feb. 55. 

Atyutant^^Ensign John Sheppard, 26 Jan. 55. 

Qttar^«r-Jlfiw^er.--Bernard M* Donald, 20 July 47. 

fl^«»y«m.— Bobert McWharrie, M.D. 4 Nov. 63 ; Asslst.^Surg. 11 March 42. 

\As$i§t.'8urgsons.'^yi\\\\wai John Alex. Orr, 5 Nov. 52. 

FaeingsyiXAV^.-^Agmts, Ue»&n.Cox 6c Co.—Irish Agents, Sir'SL. B. Borough, 

BUy Armit ft Co. 
I LfMiw-Oeseral BeoderMn In 1705 emlmrkfd with the army under Sir llalph Abercromhy di?ttlned for 
the West Indiee, but vloleot fever h»Ting broken out on board hi« ship ihe troops diiteni barked. After- 
wards eerved ia Irelojid during the Rebellion i» 17U8 ; at the Helder in 17W ; and was present at the first 
landiof, and battles of the lOih Sept., Sod and 6th Oct. Expedition to Kg) pt under Sir Balph Aber- 
crombr in 1801. Landed in Portugal in IBOS. and was present at the baiile of Viinlera, retreat to, and 
battle of Corttnaa. Eapeditlon to the Scheldt and siege of Flushing in ]6( 9. Served afterwards in the 
Pe.. Insula flrcm 1811 to the end of that war in ISM, and eoinnianded the Queen's at the baitle of 
TocUitose, on wbteh oroaslon he reretved the Brevet ot Llent.*Culonel. He has reaelTed the War Medal 
with foor Ctaapi for Egypt, Viroiera, Corunsa, and Toulouse. 

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» L SidBatt/clTmifhorKlMiirc! 

" Celer et audax." 

TALATBBA" " FUENTES D'OnOB" 



•UtB«U. ienring at Jullundur, Punjaub. 
9w,A ii.i* aerring at C. of 0. Hope. 



" ROLEIA " " ViMIERA " " MARTINIQUE ". 

- ■■ - - " " Badajoz" "Salamanca" 



" ALBUBBRA" " ClUDAB BODRIOO" 

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" PUKJAUB " " MOOLTAN " 



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Colonels Contmandant.-^l 9 Sir Wm. Gabriel Davy/ CB. KCH,En*. Man 97 ; 

Lt. 22 May 97 ; Capt. 1 Jan. 02; Mqf. 6 Feb. 07 ; Lt.-CoL 28 Dec. 09; Col, 

12 Aug. 19 ; Mqf.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Gen, 20 June 54 ; 

Col. 60th Bifles, 2 Nov. 42. 
Thomaa Bunbury,* KH. JEn$. 25 Mar. 04; Lt. 24 Dec. 04 ; Capt. 3 Nov. 08 ; 

MaJ. 14 April 14 ; Lt.-Col. 6 July 21 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; MaJ.-Gen. Nov. 

46; Lt.'Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 60th Rifles. 9 Feb. 55. 
Lieut.'CoUmele.—l Maurice Griffin Dennis,' Bne. 9 May, 26; Lieut. 5 July 27 ; 

Capt. P 15 Dfc. 37 ; Mqjor, p2 May, 45; Brevet Lt.-Col. 7 June 49; Lt.^ 

Col. 19 Oct. 51 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

2 Charles Howe Spence/ 2nd Xteuf. 20 Apr. 25; Lieut. ^2B Sept. 26; Capt, 
24 May 41 ; MqfOTyP^O Oct. 48; Lieut.- Col. 2 Oct. 58. 

1 John Jones, Sneign P]2June28; Lieut. p2 Dec. 31; Capt. p 16 July 41 ; 
Af^'or,P20Jnly49; X^-Co/. 20 June 54. 

3 William Fanshawe Bedford,^ ind Xr. p 18 Dec. 28 ; Lt. P28 June 33 ; Capt. p23 

July 41 ; MaJ. P12 Oct. 49 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 28 May 53 ; Lt.-Col. 23 Mar. 55. 
Mqfors.^l Henry Bingham,* 2nd Lieut. p30 April 27 ; Lieut, p 28 Sept. 32 ; 
Capt. 25 June 41 ; Mqfor, 19 Oct. 51. 

1 Francis Roger Palmer, Bus. p15 Mar. 33; Lieut. P24 April 35; Cdpt.^U 
Mar. 42; AfaJ. 20 Juue 54. 

2 Webbe Butler, 2nd Lieut. vi9 Sept. 34 ; Xt«ti^ p15 Dec. 40; Capt. 26 July 
44; Jtf4;or, 23 Mar. 55. 

2 James Douglas,' 2nd Lieut. p17 Aug. 38; Lieut, p 16 July 41 ; Capt. p 90 
Sept. 44 ; Mqfor, 23 Mar. 55. 

3 ^(m.A.Hope,>«.2iufXtmf.P23Nov. 38; Xt«if^P23 Apr. 41 ; Cii/»f.P20Dec. 
44; Brev.'Mqj.2^ May 58; Bree.Lt.-Col. 12 Dec 54; Mqjor, 28 Mar. 65. 

1 Henry Friend Kennedy/ 2nd Lieut. Pll Sept. 40; Lieut. 7 Apr. 42; Capt, 
P 20 Oct. 48 ; Major, p 17 Aug. 55. 



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1 WiUiam James Yonge^o 
3 Charles Napier North>« 

2 G. Waldegrave BUgh>* 
2 Gibbes Rigaud" ... 

1 ^trB.F.CampbellB^<'«. 

2 Peter Burton Roe . . . 

1 George Clapoott*^ ... 

2 James Fraser 

1 William Hutchinson**) 

1 Thomas Biggs 

2 Randle J. Feilden . . . 
1 Hen.Francis Williams^ 



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20 May 36 
12 Mar. 41 

Pll June 41 
2 July 41 

P23July 41 
29 Dec. 40 

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8 April 42 

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lp31Mar.4d 
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2 C. A. Boswell Gordon^^ p 21 AprU 43 

1 John Maguire*« j p 7 Feb. 40 

2 Hen. Edward Warren jP 6 Jan. 44 

2 John Robert Wilton » | 29 Dec. 38 

3 Alfred J. FitsGerald*<> |P30Apr. 41 
3 Fred. Arthur St. John^^i 28 July 44 
1 Francis Andrews*^ .. ..i 27 May 42 
3 Francis Dawson 29 July 44 



3 John Prevost Battersby 
3 J. LambertEdw.Baynes 
3 Bernard Edw. Ward" 

8 Yinceut Tongue' 

2 R. Harcourt Robinson 



30 July 44 

31 July 44 
1 Aug. 44 

P 14 Feb. 45 
P25Feb. 45 



2 Robt. Wilmot Brooke*' iP 30 Dec. 45 

3 Richard Freer 22 May 46 

3 Fran.Charteris Fletcher P 31 July 46 

1 Edward Bowles p 14 Aug. 46 

2 R. J. Bust. Robertson*^; p 5 Mar. 47 
1 Heii.Jame9Robertson"|P20Oct. 48 



2 Hugh P. Montgomery** 

3 William WaUcr Fox . . 
2 CD.CuDinghameEllis" 



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P13 June45 

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3 Dec. 41 

P 13 Feb. 46 

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19 Dec. 45 
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P 12 Oct. 40 
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Lieutenants. 

William Tedlie 

Conyngham Jones 

Henry CockburD/' d.Ady 
George Bliss MacQueen 
Geo. Chas. Henry Waters 

Henry Bemple 

Rowley Willes Hinxman 
Tristram Squire Richardson 
Charles Williamson .... 
Francis Stewart Travera 
Wro. Aug, Dean Pitt. . . , 
Wykebam Leigh Pemberton 
Henry Pardoe Eaton. . , . 

William Cubitt 

Fra. Dundas Farquharson 
John James Philliiips . . 
J. Shuter Davenport M*Gill 
James Durham Duodas 

James Hare 

Herbert George Deedbs . 
John D'Olier George.. . 
Llewellyn Edmund Trahernc 
James Joseph Collins 
DanielGrayN.Watta-Russell 
Anthony Carlisle .... 

JohnHedley'^ 

Arthur William Knox Gore 
James Arthur Morrah 
Hon.K, PrendergastVerektr 

JohnSteel , 

Francis Yernon Northey . 

William F. Carleton 

Philip Julian Curtis 

John Baptist Shackle . . . 

James Forbes, Adj 

Robert Morris Hazen . • . 
Charles James Pldllipps... 
George Ffrench Steiielin ., 
Edward Cockbam Allen . . 

Burnet Bell Forsyth 

Cromer Ashbnmfaam 

George Kennedy Shaw . . . 
Ensigns. 

AugostuB Morgan 

Kennett Gregg Henderson 
Wm. Brindley Scott Conyers 
G.C.Kelly ,ii<(;.(Q.ir.9Apr.64) 

Fred.Austin 

Edward Campbell Ainslie 
j8fl.Sturgeon Hamilton Algar 
Edward Robt. King-Harman 
Charles Yarworth Jones 
Matthew Tilford, A4j. . . 
Joseph John Bradshaw . 
Fred. Simon A. Orchard 
James Kiero Watson • • • 
Chas. Christopb. Willoughby 

Jenico Preston 

Robert John Hickman •• . 
Thomas Monsell Warren . 

George Hatchell 

John Owen Young 

John Malcolm Sewell . . . 

Joseph Wigg 

Arthur Tufnell 

Richard Fra. Jennings . . . 
Frank Sadlier Brsrston . . . 
William Henry Napier • • • • 



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V 5 May 48 
P25 Feb. 48 

10 Not. 48 
9 Mar. 40 

P 21 Jan. 48 

11 Sept.4U 
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18 Jan. 50 

P 11 July 61 
P20 Aug. 51 

22 Apr. 62 
P 23 Apr. 62 
Pll June 62 
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P 18 Feb. 63 
P27 May 63 
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22 Mar. 66 

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10 Apr. 66 

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24 Apr. 66 
1 May 66 

8 May 66 

9 May 66 

10 May 66 

11 May 66 
P 26 May 66 

31 May 66 
1 June 65 

8 June 66 
20 July 66 

P 20 July 66 
P 14 Sept. 66 

20 Oct. 66 

21 Oct. 66 

22 Oct. 66 

23 Oct. 66 
26 Oct. 66 
20 Oct. 66 

9 Nov. 65 
23 Nov. 65 
14 Dec 56 

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P 13 Apr. 52 

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23 Mar. 65 
23 Mar. 56 
23 Mar. 55 
S3 Mar. 66 
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23 Mar. 55 
23 Mar. 55 
23 Mar. 65 

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11 Mny 55 
11 May 66 
11 May 55 

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27 July 56 

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31 Aug. 66 
23 Oct 66 
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Paymait$r8,^i || Q3I Edward Coxeii,^9 Feb. 26 ; ^^vdLUut, 6 April. 09: £<««/. 
28 June, lU ; Capt. 8 April, 25. 

2 Francis FitzPatrick, 2 March 65; Bm. P 19 Oct. 49 ; Lt,t\ 

3 Frederick Thomas PattersoD, 19 June 55. [Maydl. 

A^utanU, — 3 lAeut. James Forbes, 5 Apr. 55. 

1 Ensign George Charles Kelly, 1 May 55. 

2 Enaign Matthew TiUord, 9 Oct. 65. 

QuaHer-MaiteTs,-^^ Luke FitzGibbon,'* 16 Oct. 47. 
3 Hugh Campbell, 23 Mar. 55. 
1 M^UliiifD HuQCer, 13 July 55. 

Surgeons,^2 Henry James Schooles, M.D. 1 Oct. 47 ; AssL-Surg, 28 June 39. 
1 John Harrie Ker Innrs, 11 Mar. 53 ; AssUt.^Surg.i AfKii4i. 
8 Deodatos William £aton, 11 May 65 ; Asgist^-Surg. 24 Oct. 45. 

Astistant' Surgeons,— 2 Brinaley Nicholson/ 1 M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 

1 David Ogilyy Hoile, M.D. 14 Oct. 51. 

2 Grahame Young, 5 May 54. 

3 John Mathew fiiddle, 3 June 53. 
3 Thomas John Murphy, 28 April 54. 
3 James Macartney, 6 Oct. 54. 
1 Arthur Stretton, 1 Sept. 54. 

{\tt Battalion embarked for India, July, 1845. Depot, Chatlutm,} 
I2nd Batt, emb.for the Cape ef Good Hope, June 1851. Depot, Athlone.^ 
[Srii BattaHen, Bead^Quarters, Curragh of Kildare,] 

BegimentaliQreen — Facings Bcsj\et.^Agentt, Messrs. CharleaR. 6c M'^alter M'Grigor. 
Irish Agents, Sir £. R. Borough, Bt,, Armit and Co. 



1 Sir William Davy commanded the 6th Battalion of the 00th at the battlee of Roleia, Vimicra, tod 
Talav«ra, for which he has received a Medal and one Clasp. 

d Lleut-Oencral Bunbury terred with the ■torming party at Fort Frederick, and at the capture of 
Surinam in lt»04. Served the campaign of 1814 in Hullaud, including the attaclis on Mertera, and the 
bomiiardment of the French fleet at intwerp. Served also In the American war. 

S Uoioiiel Uennis served with the Ut Baualion dOth RIHes during theseoond siege operations at Mooltan, 
and commanded the Battalion 27th Dec. 1848, when tlie enemy's outposts and suburbs of Mooltan were 
captured (wounded) ; was afterwards present at the batile of Ooojerat, pursuit of the fugiiive Sikh army 
until Its flnal surrender at Rawttl Plndee, and expulsion of the AfTghan force beyond the Kbyber Pais 
(Medal and Cla»p«). 

4 Lieut-Colonel Spence served with the 1st Battalion QOlh Rifles during (he second siege operations at 
Mooltan, including the siege and storm of tlie town and capture of the citadel of Mooltan} afterwards 
at the battle of Ooojerat, pursuit of the Sikh army under Rajah Shere Sing until its final rurrendvr 
at Rawul Pindee» occupation of Attock and Peshawur, and expulsion of tho Affghan force under the 
Ameer Doet Mahomed beyond the Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Lt-Colonel Bedford served In the Kaffir war of 1851-63 (Medal), and received the brevet rank of Lt.-Col. 
for services. 

C Unjor Bingham seized with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles during the second slree operations at 
Mooltan, including the siege and storm of the town, and capture of the citadel. Afterwards at tho 
battle of Ooojerat, pursuit of the Sikh army, and expulsion of the AftjRhan force beyond the Khvbcr 
Pass. Commanded the Companies of the 60th engaged against the Hill Tribes in the £usofxye country 
llih Dec. 1849, and was seven*ly wounded in the head (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Minors Douglas and Kennedy, and Captain Tongue, served the Puiv}aub campaign of I84i> (Medal and 
Cl'«4p), and were present during the second slesre operations at Mooltan (including the siege and storm of 
thn town and capture of the citadel), bnttle of Goojerat, pursuit of the Sikh nrmy until its final surrender 
at Rawul Plndee, the occupation of Attock and Pei>hnwur, and expulsion of tho Aflghan force beyond the 
Kh>ber Psss. Served also in the expedition avalnst the AiTr^edies in the Kohat Pass in Feb. 1800. 

Lt.-Col. Hope served in the Kafilr war of I861o99 (Medal), and reccif ed tho brevet rank of Mtgor for bis 
services. 

10 Captains Yonge, North, Clapcott, Hutchinson, and Muter, served the Punjaub campaign of 1849 
(Medal and Clasps), and were present during the second siege operations at Mooltan (including the 
siege and storm of the town and capture of the citadel), battle of O.oojerat, pursuit of the Sikh army until 
lis Anal surrender at Rawul Pmdec, occupation of Attock and Pe«hawur, mid expulsion of the Afiklian 
force beyotid the Kbyber Pass. 

1 1 Captains Bllgh. Rigaud. U. J. Robertson, Ellis ; Lieut. Cockbum, Montgomery, and Asslst.*6urgeon 
KicbolHon, served in the Kaffir war of 18514-3 (Medal). 

U Sir Edward Campbell served the Punjaub campaign of 1840 (Medal and Clasps), and wai present 
during the second kiege operations at Mooltan (ineludlng the siege and storm of the town and capture of 
the citadel), battle of Oo<ijerat,. pursuit of the Sikh army until its surrender at Rawul Plndee, occupation 
of Attock and Peshawur, and expulsion of the AfTghan force beyond the Khyber Pass. Served with the 
expedition against the AflVeedies in the Kohat Pais In 18A0, as Aide-de-Camp to 8||f^^'^^^I^J^^4J [^ 



6<X& ( The Kht^t Royal Eifle Corps). 157—158 

U Oaptt. WllllMnt,Pltsffefm1d. St. John* Andrew*, tnd Euttaeo Rohtrtaon, Mrv«d with the Itl Battalion 
60Ui RIttva during tttetecund Mie^e opersiiant Kt Mooltim, including th« •lege an<l itnrat nf the town, tnd 
capture of tiie citadel. Afirrwardi. at ihe baiie of Goojf lai. Hie purtuii or liie S<l(h at my, und the exi ul* 
liou of the Aflithan* beyond the Kliyber Pnss. AIm> i»re»enc durins liie operations in ili« > H^ofiye cdiiniry, 
and cupiurc of tlie insurgent vil^axea i n the llih and 14tlt llee. 1840. CM|it Busiace Aoberiaon served ia 
the expedition a«a:nat the Affreedies In the Kodat Past in Feb. lSSO(Medai and Cla»pi>}. 

i5 I'mpi.Uurdoii «enr«Nl as exiru Aidt-UL'-CHiiip lo Bn^adiei (aprun, in tlie I'uiunub mmpMlgn of 1848-9, 
including ibe M'cond sirge operations af Moolian, and battle of Ooojfrai (U> dwi and Cla«pa). 

10 CapU Ifaguiff served irltb tlie 55th Rrgi. in China (Medal), at Amoy, ChnSHn. and Cbinliae; aad 
with tbe OOtli throughout the Puidtnb canipaiKn of 1848-0, including Ihe sifge and »torm of tiiet»wn aad 
c^ptare of tbe citadel of Mooltan, bsitle of Oo< Jerat, and fcubs^queni operations (Medal and Clasps). 

17 CapUin Earle served in the Kaffir war of 1R51-^ (Uedal) on the Siaff or Sir Qvo. Cai heart (Medal). 

18 Capi. Brooke served wiih tbe ist Battalion dOtta Rilica darlna the second siege operaiiona at Mooltaa, 
inclnding the siege and storm of the town and capinre of the dtadel of Mooltan ; aft* rwards at the battle 
of Goojerat, pursuit of the 8ikb army under Rsuab Shere Sing unill tta flpel surrender at Rawul Pindee, 
occupation of Attocli and Pe»hawur, and expulsion of ihe Affghan force ander the Aaseer Ooei Mahi*ined 
beyond the Kbrb«r Pass : was wounded at MoolUn 87th Dec 1848 (Medal and Claaps). Berr«d abo in the 
KaiBr war of 1851-59 (Medal). 

90 Oapt. Coxen servni at the siege of Flushing in 1800, and subsequently in the Peninsula, fnclatfto 
tbe lines of Torres Vedras, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Uirandode Corvo, Ponte da Rheua, Sabugal, and 
Almeida ; battle of Puentes d'Onor, sieice and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and stonn of BadiO*"? battle 
of Salbmaiiv^a, capture of Madrid, actions at Zamarnos and San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actions of 
Leeaca, Vera bridge and heights; battles of Nivelle, Nive (from 0th to 18th Dec), and Orthes; and affair 
at Titrbes. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded in the knee at Waterloo. Ue 
baa received the War Medal and fn Clasps. Served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0 (Medal). 

91 Captain Wilton served in the 55lh liegiment during theChmeee expedition (Medal), and was present 
at tbe operations before Nankin. 

t-i Major Ward served as Aid«'de-Cainp to Colonel Viscount Melville during tbe campaign io the 
Pui^nub of I848-40, iueludinff the second siege operations before Aiooltan and battle of Oo<>Jerat (Medal 
and two Clasps). Served witii a detachment of the 80th during operations in the Kuxofsie country in 
Dec. 1840, Hnd acted as Staff Officer to the European portion of tbe forca sent against the Affreedlea in tbe 
Koliat Paaa In Feb. 1850. 

98 Qr.-Masier PiuOlnbon served with tbe 46th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1848.7 (Medal). 

S* Ueut. Hedley served with the 89nd Rigt. in the Purjaub cauipatKn of 1848-0, and was present at the 
second siege operations before Moultan (including the htorm and capture of tlie city and surrender of tbe 
Ibrtieat), Bttrrebder of tbe iort and garrison of Cbeniote, aud battle of Ooujerat (Medal and Clasps). 



Continuation of Notes to Qltt Foot, 

S Captt. neaeea, Vanislde, and Wiekham, Lianta. Baee, Berry, Dowler. aad Qr.-Mast. Wall sewed in tbe Fvntaab cam- 
paigB of 1848-9; preaeat at tbe pasMge of tbe Chcnab, and in the battles of Ssdoolapove, Chlllianwallab, aad Goojerat* 
and with tbe fteld forac in parsut of tbo eaemy to the Rbybcr Pass in Mareb I84» (Medals and two Clasps). 

ft Miijor Riiinev served thmuKhdut the whole oi ih« operittiona n China (Medai)i commencing with tbe 
first taking of Chusan and termiUNting with tbe demonstration before Nankin, including the aiurro and 
captnre of ttie heights above Canton, atiai-k and capture of Anioy, second capture oi Chusan. attack and 
capture of the heighu of Chmhae, occupation of Nlnapo, repulse of tbe nighi^itack on Ningpo, attack 
and cap'orv of ihe enemy's entrenched camp on tbe heights of Segoun, attack and capture of Cbapoo, 
Wooeung, and Chin Kiang Poo. 

8 M^or Redmond and Captain Hudson served throughout the PunJaub campaign of 1848-0, and were 
present at the i>assan of the Chenab* and in the battles uf Sadoolapore, Cliilllanwallah, and Goojerat, 
and with the field fon-e In purtuli of the enemy to tbe Khjber Pass in M^rch 1840 Medala and two 
ClMia. Bxpedulon into the Kuxofzle country; in action with the enemy lltli and 14ih Dec. 1840; presmt 
at tiie capture and deetmction of ihe insurcent villaees of Sagvow, Pullee, Zoormuiidie, and ^ileerkanie, 
on thoae daya. Bxpediiion to Kuhat against the Affredie Tribe, lOtb, llth, ISth, and 18ib Feb 1850, In 
wblrb MNjor Redmond commanded the Awnk compiinlee. 

It Oapt. RIehardstin served the C'^mpNig' on theSi tiej with theOlh Regi., and wae present at the battles 
•f Moiidkee, i'erdxeahah and S^braon (Medal and two Clasps). Served in the Punjaub « ampalsn of 1848-0 
with tbe Olst Regi., and was prenent at Kamnuggur and the passage of the ClifUMb, the battles of t^arioola- 
pore und Chillianwaliali, and with the field force In pursuit of the enemy to the Khyher Pcm in Maicb 
1840 iMetlal and two Ca^ps). 

It Caplala Orelg serred tn tb« Pnajaub eaaapaign of IM8-9 ( Medal and Clasp), was present at tbe paMSge of the Chcnal), 
Md ia tbe bat»*«s ol aailooiapore and Oncijerat. and •lib the Held rorce in pursuit of the eneny to the Kb) her Pass in 
Mareb iSlV expediaoa Into the BusuAile eovntry i in action with the enemy lltb and 14th Dee. 1849 ; present at the 
eapnirt aad dostrnctlfMB of the insurfent villam of Sageow, Puller, Zoonnundle, and Sbeerksoce. 

IS Licos. Oabbrtt served In tbe Punjanb eanpatgo nf I84B-9 (Medal and Clasp) i and was present at the battle of 
Oo^etas. and wtth the fteld force in pursuit of the enetny to the Kbyber Pais in March >849. 

14 Lieut. Moore served in tbe Punjaub eaapaign of 1848-9. and was present ai the battle of Ooeierat, aad wftli the teM 
fovce Hi pur«uit ofltbe enemy to 'he Khyber Pass in March 1849 ( Medal and Clasp) i expedition to Kobat against the 
Aftedie Tribe 10th. llth, ltih.and ISili Feb. ia60 

15 Lieut M- Dominab serred in tbe Puniaub eampalau of 1M8-9. was present at the passage of the Chenab, and battles 
of ChilUaawallah (wounded) and Ooojerat. aau with ihe Scld force la pursuit of tbe enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 
1849 ( MMlai and twu Clasps). 

M LleuL Mfsefcenbury sererd In tbe PmOaub eampaifn oi 1848 9 ( Medal and Clasp) % and was present at tbe battle uf 
Geeie^t. ami with the Seld force in put suit ol the enraiv to the Kh}ber Pass in Mstcb 1849 \ expedition to the Knsolkte 
ceootr^ ; in artlfO with tbe enemy I lib and 14th Di^c. 1849 i present at the oapture and destructiim of the insurgent villages 
of !taf«o«, Vnllep. Znomntmdle. and Sheerlianre. 

17 Lieut. Beid seieed t> e Punja-.b campaign of 184a 49. ineludine die capture of the Sikh Poru of Runrur. Nunrul, 
aatf Murarve, aAir at Ramnugaor, pisia«e of the Chpb>b. tknitlestu Cbi Ulan wallah and Ooojerat, punnitof tbr Afl^baa 
anny to tbe Klnber Pmn abd ocevpation of pcsbanar (Medal and two Clasps) Srrvrd onder Sir Coiin Campbell on the 

HjiiililiiMt )ii Trr ""• r "* "'•-'-— and was present at the desimetionol thefciis and stmngbolds of the 

Mwaiiii aaii o«ber bill tribes. 

18 Snigeoa asewan served with the 19tb Regt. throagboot tha Puainb eampaiga ia 1848.9. inelodlng the .passage of 
tbe CbsMSbt aad ibe baltlea of ChUliaawallab and Ooojerat (Medal aad Clasps). Digitized by Kj O O V VC 



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YRENEE8" 

"NIVELLE" "NIVE" "ORTHRS" "TOULOUSE" " PENINSULA"— Flank 

Compa«le».«»MAlDA" "PUNJAUB" "CHll.LIAN WALLAH" -GOOJEKRAT." 
Colonel.— 9 Wi John Reeve, ' Ens. 23 Oct. UO ; Lieut, and Capt. 1 1 Api il 05; 

Caf.t. and Lieut.-Col. 26 Dec. 13 ; Col. 22 July 30 ; Mf{jor.-O'en. 23 Nov. 41; 

Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 61»t Foot, 11 Oct. 52. 
LieiU.'ColoneU.—WiWmxi Jones,' CB. Em. 10 April 26; Lieut. p12 Dec- 26; 

Capt. P 24 Nov. 35 ; Mqj. 26 July 44 ; Lt.-Col. p 29 Dec. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Charles Clement Deacon,* JJw*. p28 Aug. 35; Lieut. p2 Dec. 37; Capt. 

26 July 44 ; Mqj. 10 Aug. 49 ; Lt.-Col. P 11 May 55. 
Mqjors.— Henry Garner Rainey,* Ens. 12 April 81 ; Lieut. 8 June 83; Capt. 

P 27 Dec. 42; Major, p 20 April 40. 
John Patrick Redmond," Jffn*. 7 Jan. 42 ; Lt. p 29 Sept. 43 ; Cajyt. 20 May 48 ; 

Major, P 11 May 55. 

Z I ENSIGN. LIEUT. CAPTAIN. |11REV.-MAJ. 

Charles J. Ottep,« #. 
William Alex. Dely' 



20 Dec. 24 

31 July 28 

AlexandcrWiUianiGordon|p 11 Mar. 42 



\Vm. Ed. Durand Deacon^ 



3 June 42 



Robert Cecil Dudgeon . 

William James Hudson* 

Hen. B. Hillm. Burnside^ 

Edw. Thomas Wickham-' I p 19 Aug. 42 

Drought Rich. Croasdailel 3 May 44 

Robert Hunt In 4 Sept. 40 

Robert Greig »« !P22July 45 

C. Rowland Richardson'o |P 16 Feb. 44 

Lieutenants. I 
Rich. Gunn Bracken bury I 
George Alexander Bace'^ 

David Reid) 

Edward Ring Berry,' r. 
Thomas Maitland Moore" 

Tlioinas Gabbett*' 

George Sotheby Tyler 
Stephen M*Don6ugh'^ 
Henry Brackenbury *• 
Thomas Geo. DuprI Payn 
Geddes Sanson! Twynam 
Thomas John Sadleir . . 
Wm. Hen. Wilson Pattoun 
Robert Richardson Daly 
Arthur Cotton Youiijr . . 
Thomas Edward Gordon 
H.Geo.AustinVlcars, Ac^ 

Robert Hutton 

John Sloman 

Charles John Griffiths .. 

William Dowlor* 

Ensigns. 

Henry John Yonge 

Charles Henry Boileau . . 
Sam. Bucknall Elkington 



P 28 Aug. 40 

P 20 Aug. 42 

27 Dec. 42 



23 Aug. 44 

28 July 44 
31 Mar. 46 

29 Jan. 47 

20 July 47 
P 26 May 48 

28 Apr. 46 

10 April 49 

18 Aug. 48 

P 16 Feb. 49 

P 18 Oct. 45 

27 April 49 

17Scpt.5C» 

27 Dec. 50 

P 15 Feb. 60 

21 Aug. 49 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P29 May 49 
P17 Aug. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 

22 Oct. 60 



24 July 52 
31 Aug. 56 
30 Nov. 55 



12 Nov. 27 
21 April 33 
P 3 May 44 
P 26 Jan. 44 
26 July 44 
26 July 44 
26 July 44 
26Julv 44 
23 April 46 

12 Feb. 42 
20 Nov. 47 
23 Dec. 45 

P 20 Dec. 46 
3 May 47 
P 25 Feb. 48 

26 April 49 
5 June 49 

13 Oct. 49 

27 Apr. 49 
7 June 50 

26 June 50 
25 Oct. 5U 

P23July 47 
13 Feb. 62 

P 8 June 52 



OMur.dO 7 June 49 

22 Oct. 47 
P 29 Dec. 48 

28 July 49 

20 July 50 
P 28 Feb. 61 
P 2 Sept. 61 

13 Feb. 52 

16 Mar 53 
P 24 Jan. 51 
P11 May 55 

24 Sept. 65 

4 Lt.-Col.DemooB icrved in tlicPaa. 
jaub campaign of i84S.9, pmeat at 
the passage of the Chenab» aad in 
the battles of SadooUpore, Chilliau. 
walUh. and Goojerat, and with the 
Held force in pursuit of the enemy 
to the Khyber Para in Mareh 184?. 
Medals and two Clasps. Bzprdiiion 
into the Easufkieeottotrj ; in action 
with the enemy 11th and l4th 
Dee. 1R49; present at the rapture 
and destruction of the insurgent 
villages of Kaggow. Pnllee, Zoor- 
mnndie, and Sheeikanrc on tlkooa 
days, in which be conunanded the 
portion (300 men) of his Regiment 
employed. 

6 Maj. Otter served with the 14th 

at siege and capture ot Bhurtpora 

in \9tM. When in the 4th Rcgt. he 

n 1^ "-rC"^ ^n ! commanded the storming party in 

P 17 Dec. 62 the attsck on the Fort of llnddaui. 

P21 Mav 62 8otttliemMahrattaeoaatry»iaJnne 

a TkT^ eo 1841. HeserredasAcungAsMstant 

2 Dec. 63 Adjuunt-General of H. H. forveo 

daring the PuiO*ab campaign of 

1 84S-9, and was present at tne aflhir 

of Itamnuffier, passage of the 

Chenab, and battles of Sadoola- 

pore, Chillianwallah,aBd Goqicrat 

(Medal and two Clasps). 



P 27 Oct. 64 

19 Jan. 65 
Pll May 56 
P 7 Sept. 55 

24 Sept. 65 

7 Capt. Dely senred in the campaign against the 
fUgah of Cooij in 1834 with the 48th Bcgt. Berred in 
the FuDiianb campaign of 1848-9. present at the 
passage of the Chenab, and in the battles of Badoo< 
lapore and Chilllanwallah. and with the Add (bice 
in pursuit of the enemy to tbe Khyber Pass in 
Mareh 1849. Medal and one Clasp. Expedition into 
tbe Bttsufsie country ( in action with the enemy 11th 
and 14th Dee. 1849; present at the capture and dc- 
struction of theinsutgeni villages of Saggow, PaUc» 
Zoormuttdie, and Sheerkanee on those days. 

[Capt. 16 March 63. 
Pay/iuMfer.— Aiidmv Grant, 25 Nov. 53 ; Ene. 2 June 43; Lt. 23 Aug. 44; 
At^utajU.'-Lieut. Henry George Austin Vicars, 20 Feb. 56. 
Qr.-Jfa*#er.— Michael Wall,» 16 Feb. 41 ; Ens. 6 Nov. 40. 
5ur^6on.—Ladovic Charles Stewart,'* 11 June 62; Assist. 5Mry.8 June 41. 



Assistant-Surgeons.— Herbert Tavlor Reade, 8 Nov. 60. 
Robert M'Nab, MD. 8 Nov. 60. 
Colin M. M. Miller, M.D. 7 Nov. 51. 



Facings Buff. 

Agents, Messrs. 

Cox k Co. 



^L^^^^^^S^^ i*^^ ''***• 'i! Oren««er Guards in Sieily In 1806-7 » Sir John Mooie*s campaign In 180S 9. «m1 

JT JIS^u l!.i ..S L*!*'^"*^ .-?****• ^ «n>«Mtlon to Waletaeren in 1609. Wrot to Cadis In 181 1, and remained In 

Sl^^« T ?fo?f *J™*'"f "^ I"* » »"^"» •* »*»« P*«"«« •^ "»• BIdassoa, battles of the NIvelle and Nit.. Serrrd 

SlS!.!r?fff?°I *'"• i^'^*°« *» »»Wrt of Quatrr Bras and Watrrtoo, stonning ot Prronne and eaptnve ol Paris. 

?lS5Jil!^i5! *™y «»'?««P*»«> «»«»*• '•*»«» •" England In 18IS. He hssreeelved the War Medal with Oiree Ciaspa. 

nl?fi;S« 5^^li™V*if 5l^*.i" **»« f ?»i*«> campaign of 1848-9. was present at the passage of the Chenab.^ 

^.552 .^%?^?*« •?« F.***Hl.^.r*H*^» rf«er which he commanded the Regt. at the^atU^of Ooqjerat; and he 

^^^^S^^LSl}'it'^Si^\^'^f force, consisting of atraop ofllengal Horse ArtiUen^ and the •lit 

m pnrsnit of the enemy to the Khyber Pans tn March 1849. (Medal and two Clasps, and was nominated a CB.) 

[l''or retnaltider of notes, see prcc^dlnsr payc. 



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ii:J:;S;.J!"l!i.l';;i-^:] t^2,u/ ( Tl^e WUhUhe) Hegt. of I'ooL 160 

" NIVE " " PENINSULA " " FEROZESHAH " " SOBRAON » " SEVASTOPOJ^" 

Y — rtberr. Co/onc/.— * Thomas Lighdbot,* C.B., En: Aug. 99 ; lAeut. 14 March 00 ; Capt. 
67 15 Dec. 04; Mt0or, 21 June 13 ; Lt.-CoL 19 May 14; Gi{. 6 May 31; 

Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.'Oen.U Nov. 51 ; Col, 62nd Foot, 11 April 61. 
Lieut.'ColoneU.'^h&rles Trullope,* Ent, p 19 Nov. 25; Lt. p 10 Oct. 26 ; Capi, 
A P23 Aux. 31 ; Mf{f, p 16 June 43 ; Lt.-Col. 20 Nov. 46 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
William Lenox 1ngaU,>^/i«.27 Dec. 42; Xtetif . 23 July 45; Capt. p7 Feb. 51; 
Mt0, 8 June 55; Lt.-Col, 25 Oct. 55. 
Af((;ori.— James Daubeuy/ Etia, 4 July 45 ; Lieut, p 28 April 46 ; Capt* p 6 
July 52 ; Mnj, 8 June 55 • Brevet Lt, -Col, 2 Nov. 55. 
j 11 u M'Kay Rynd, J7/t«.P16Dec. 45; Ltetc^ p5 Mar. 47; Ca/if . p 2 Sept. 53 ; M(^, 
' 25 Oct. 55 



Captains. I 

Geo. Hampden Wilkieson^ 
O. Stoddart Whumore*. . 
Samuel George Carter^ .. 
Charled M. S. L. Gwynne* 

CharleaCooch* 

Joseph Sanderson'** • . . 
C.Pitz Neyitoew.c.30JuneM 

Graham Hay *^ 

James William IMbbits . . 
Edward Henry Hunter" 
Bnidney Todd Gilpin* .. 
I lolt Waring Cleike^^... 
Charles Caiupbell Cubitt* 
G. Wm. Bulkeley Hughea 
John Tliomaa Chandler >'. 
Bevllle Ramsay 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Herrick A ugustua Palmer'* 
Wm.Bromley Davenport " 
Thomas Milsoni/* Adj. . . 
Thomas A. Fra>er Dulf . . 
John Joshua Rowan .... 
William Montagu Tharp . 
John Manners Kerr .... 
Lfirenzo G. Dundas ''.... 

Hamilton Hume 

Conrad Sawyer 

Wm. Lane Robinson Scott 
AdoIpiiU« Frc^d. Wnlsh . . 
JohnArmitagi'Ciiippindall 
Cecil Frederic Hdlder . . 

George Fox Grunt 

John Augustus Staines . . 

Nichulas G. Elliot 

Archibald George Keen. . 

BK8IUN8. 

James Morris Toppin .... 
Matt. Beachcroft Harrison 
James F. MaePherson • • 
Beanchamp Colclougb . . 
Gerald Butter fieere .... 
Henty Anhur Crane .... 

James O'Hara 

George Ane. Crickitt. . . . 
Charles John Mi'es .... 
John Paine Sargent .... 

Richard Clay 

John Joseph Carbery. . •• 



LIEUT. 



P 8 Dec. 48 

23 Jan. 47 

13 June 45 

P 13 Apr. 49 

P21 Aug. 49 

25Stpt.49 

25 May 20 

P 18 Aug. 5:2 

P 20 June 51 

P 17 Aug. 5:2 

P 17 Dec. 52 

23 Nov. 49 
P 26 July 53 
P 2 Sept. 53 

24 Mar. 43 
P 23 Dec. 53 

P 27 Jan. 54 

7 Apr. 54 

31 Aug. 54 

P17 Nov. 54 

24 Nov. 54 
5 Jan. 55 

25 Jan, 
P 26 Jan. 

13 Feb 
9 Mar. 55 

14 Mar. 55 

15 Mar. 55 

16 Mar. 55 
P 15 May 56 

23 Mar. 55 

P 13 Feb. 55 

31 May 55 

7 Oct. 55 

P 30 Mar. 55 
11 May 55 

1 June 55 

4 July 55 

5 July 55 

6 July 55 

8 Oct. 55 

9 Oct. 55 
P 22 Oct. 55 

23 Oct. 65 

2 Nov. 55 
P23NOV.55 



P 7 Feb. 
P21 May 

18 July 
P 23 Sept. 
P 25 June 

16 Aug. 

9 Di'C. 

P 28 Oct. 

P31 Dec. 

V 2 Sept. 

28 Mar. 
P 26 Mar. 
P 3 Nov. 
P17 Nov. 
P 10 Oct. 
8 Dec. 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



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50 
48 
61 
52 
62 
24 
53 
52 
53 
64 
52 
54 
54 
45 
54 



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8 Dec. 54 
16 Dec. 54 

9 Feh. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar 55 
4 May 5o 
8 June 55 
8 June 56 

8 June .55 

9 Sept. 65 
9 Sept. 65 

19 Sept. 55 

P 9 Oct. 65 

23 Oct 65 

26 Oct. 66 

P23 Nov. 65 

P 14 Dec. 65 



June 54! 
July 64; 
July 64 1 
Nov. 64 
Dec. 54 
Dec. 64 
Sept. 29 
F«b. 66 
Feb. 65 
June 66 
June 65 
June 65 
Sept. 66 
Oct. 65 
Nov. 55 
Dec. 55 



2 Nov. 66 
9 Nov. 46 



I Licot..Gm. LlfhUbot Mnred In 
Holland tn 1799. Aecompuited the 
4AUi to Ui« PcniMuli In 1806, and 
wa« prctcni •( iho bauln of Bolcia, 
Viinteni, TUarera, and Bniaeo t 
actions of Pomtel, R«dlaba, Con. 
delxa, and Sabofal \ battle %A (> uentci 
d'Unor. sieve of BadiJoB In 1811 i 
•lege and assault of Ciudad Bodiigo. 
•(rira and aMaultof BadiJot(slicbtl]r 
« uundrd), smrminf of Port PIcurtea 
(•liftaily wounded), batUes of Sala* 
raanea, Vittoria,and tbe Pyienm i 
attack on the Unea ai Sc Jean de Lut, 
afflkir at Bastide. and the battles 
of Orthes and Toulouse (seTeiely 
wounded). He bas receiT<^ tbe Gold 
Medal and tww Clasps tor Vlttorla, 
Pyrenees, and Toiilouet : and tbe Sn* 
vrr War Medal with eleven Ctupa 
for the other baules and siefes. 



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Pay;fM«f^.— William Drin;,* 7 S^pt. 55 ; 2^. 6 Not. 64 ; J^iMf . ItB Feb. 55. 

Adjutant, — Lieut, Thomas MiUom, 2 March 55. 

(^uarter^Moiter, '-J HTsitB Gamble, 2 Feb. 55. 

Surgean.—Dadliy Hanley, M.D., 16 Keb. 55; AuUt^^Surg. SO Jaly 47. 

AuUtant'SurgwM.-^ciim Bldoii Yoangp, H.D., 28 Oct 63. 

Sydney Alder, 3 Nov. 54. 

Henry Lloyd Bandell, 5 Jan. 55. 

FaclngM Buff. — Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 

9 Colonel TrolIO|M terred at the si^ita of S«bastopol {n 18M-ft5 (Madal aad Oatp). 

8 Lt.-Colon«*i Inirall mitmI Ui« Sutlc^l eamp«ign of 1846 40, incl'idiiiK the batiimef FcrocOTbab (wooihImI) 
add rttibmoii (Mediil and C a^ps). S- rred atio at thr ftie e v( Sebaatopol in 16M-55, and wat wouiidad at the 
attiick Oil the Qiiairies on the 8ih Jitnr (Mi dal ftml Clnsp). 

4 M.-Coloi.a DHUlM>n7 *e#v«d wiib lue Wind at the sir^ of Sebnftopnl tn 1854 05, fnrTadhif the attack 
on tin* c^uarrlM 8tlt Juiio (micB-advii to thi- comuand), on Uia Eedan 18th Juue (coAmandau the R>irt.)» 
and Hgain on the 8ih Sept. (Mt^iiil and Claitp). ^ 

6 Cdpiain WiUlPton »erT,d at the sn ge of ^ehastnpol tn 1854-55. including the attack on the Quarriaa 8ih 
June, ami on the Kedan 18th June (Medal 4ind Cla»p). 

GaptMin Whitmore served in the latter part or the Kaffir war In 1847. Wailn tbeartlon of Boein Ptaata 
and dHfeai of the Insurgent Bt>ersin 1848. Served thmashout the Kufllr war of I8AI-5S, and was pfMent with 
the 3nd Division in iie«rly every affair, including the storming uf ihf Iron Hounta>n. CooBiiHindHl 8ir 
Harry Smith's escort rrom March lo Nov. 1851, duriug wblrh time he was repeatedly employe- as a Malt 
otflcer With the varioui culttinns on patrol. Acted as M(0<>r of Pri^ade to the Sud Division, fr<>in Nor. 
18A1 to Oct. I85i; and a» Brinde Ifujor t > tho Cavairr Btivade In ibe Eipedlilon under }*ir George Cath- 
cart, ending in rhe battle of Berea. He haa had two horses shot under him la action, ai d haa been re|.eat- 
edit th^niied In Brigade and Division Orders, as well as in the General Orders and Despatches of Sir H. Siuitli 
and ol Sir G. Cathcnrt (Medal). 

7 Capuln Carterserved with the 5Ist Beat, during the war in Burmah from April to Aiignst 185)1 ; was on 
board tite B. I. C. «team »Ioop SstostriM durinir the naval aetioa and deatraction of tlie eiienf 's sioekaHet 
on the Rangoon River, served diiring the surceedii.a ihree days' Operaliona in the vicinity, and at the storm 
and capture of Rangoon ; also at tiie assault and capture of Bas-xeln, I9th May (severely woundid). Waa 
mc>ntiotied in General Godwin's despatches as ** deserving the best consideratloB of Government" for hia 
services at the capturing by siorm tiie enemy's (stronghold, and entrenched poeliion ■cmili of Baa>eln, 
armed with sixteen gun» and twenty ghigalis; and honoured with the best tbanlia of the Oovenior^Gcfieial 
tn Council (Medai). 

8 Captain* Gwynne, Gilpin, and Cabitt served at the siege of Sebattopol in 1854-55 (Medal and Cl<i»p). 

9 Major Oooch served at the sl*>ge of 8eha<topol in 1854-55. including the attack on the Quarries Sth 
June, and oa the Redaa 18th Jam- and 8th S^pL (Medal and Cla«p). 

10 Captain Sasderaini served the 8«U^ rampaign of 1845-46, iududlng the baUlai of Feroawhali and 
Sohraon (Medal and Clasps). 

U Captain May served at the ai«|^ of Sebsstopol In 1854-55, including the attack on the Qaarriet (Medal 
and daap). 

19 Oipcaln Bnnter served at the slefe of Sebastopol tn 1854-55, including the attack on ttaa QnarrieaStli 
June, arid on the Redan 8th Sept— wounded (Medal und Cla»p). 

19 CSaptain Cterke served at the siege of Sebastopol irom May 1855, Including the attack on the Qnarrlea 
(Wedal and Clasp). 

15 Ciptalr. ci aiidler served with the 10th Regt In tiie SutleJ eampaign of 1846-«^ toeioAlBf the battle of 
8ob>ann (Mednl). Also the Puiijaub campaicn «f 1848 9, im-ludina lite whole of the tdi-w ottemtlons beford 
Mookan, affair of the 9tli Sepi. (wounded). Ktorrainc ibi- euetny's strongly-entrenched position, eair>ing of thd 
heights before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortrets: afterwards present at the battle of Qoqferat (Medal and 
Clasp's). 

15 Lieut. Palmer served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was taken priaoner at the attack on tha 
Bedan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and C^ip). 

17 Lieut. Davenport si-rved at the siege of Sebastopol In 1855, and waa sererely wounded at the attaek 
on ihe Bedan on the 8th SepU (Medal and Claitp). 

18 Lieut. Milsom served at the sieg'' of Sebaatopnl In 1855. IneludiDg the attaek oB Hm Qaarrlei on Stit 
June, and on the Redan 18ih June and 8th Sept. (Medale and Clasp). 

19 Ueut. Dundas served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and at the attack on the Bedaa oa the*8tli 
Sept. (Medal and Obtsp). 

90 Paymaster Dring serred the SuUeJ campaign of 1845-40, aad waa wounded at the battle of VrroaeAah 
(Medal). Served also at the siege of Sebaatopol ta 1885, and waa wounded at the attack oa the Redan on 
the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp). 



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"^ ^l£iy ""'] 63rd ( The West Suffoth) Regt of Foot. 

"BGMONT-OP-ZEE" "MARTINIQUE" "GUADALOUPE»'«« ALMA" 
"INKERMAN" SEVASTOPOL." 



Ycari'SerT, 



67 



FuU 
Pa, 



22 



37 



25 



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eft 



16 



19 
19 
14 
10 
17 
9 

8 
6 
6 

7 
8 
3 
7 
8 

6 
6 

4 
8 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
4 
1 
I 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



CoZ^i^;.— ||T1ioma8Renah/CB.£>u.UAug 99; X^9May00; Oip#.8Mftr.94 ; 

Affltfor, 5 Not. 12; Lieut.-Col. 27 Dee 13; Col. 22 July 90; Mqj.^Qm. 

23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Qen. 11 Not. 61 ; CoL 68ra Foot 26 Nov. 60. 
£ieu^-CotonW«.— Patrick Lindesay," J^m. p21 Feb. 34; LieiU. p6 Feb. 86; 

Capi. 16 8ept. 46 ; Jf/^or, P23 Dec. 63 ; Lietii. Col. 9 Marrb 65. • 

P Edward Rowley HUl,' Bm. 23 Feb. 1 3 ; LUmt. 24 Feb. 14 ; Capi. p 26 Sept. 

26; Breo,'Mf^or, 23 Not. 41 ; ilfaJer,P6 May 42; Lt-Col. 1 Jan. 47; 

Col. 28 Not. 54. 
ilfq;ar#.— Thomas Harries,* Ens. n 19 July 33; Lieut, p 2 May 34; Capt. P 26 

Jan. 44; Mf^or, 6 Not. 64. 
Charles Higginbotham,* Ens. p 29 June 15 ; Lieut. 20 Sept. 33; Capt. 30 June 

44 ; Mnj. 29 Dec. 54. 








































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CAPTAI!f9. 

Charles Edw. Falrtlouffh* 
William Pred.Carter« .. 
John StUlman Gould^ .. 
Francis Douglas Grey* • . 
Robert Carter Banford' 



Chas. Le Mesnrier Carey*i p13 Aug. 47 



BNSI»If. 



P 12 May 87 
P 1 Dec. 37 
P 30 Sept. 42 
9 May 40 
P 6Sepi.34 



William Hy. Newenham'* 
P. T. Logan Patersou*" . . 
Christopher Jas.Magnay^* 

Robert Bennett* 

Vere Hunt Bowles*® .... 
W.Wedderbiim Arbathnot 
Archibald Wybench*^.... 

William Fitz Roy 

Dune. Pleydell Bouverie 

LiBUTBNANTB. 

Kenneth Bruce Stuart". . 
Edward Joseph Hunt'* . . 
Charles Augustus Hatid*^ 
GeorgePereeTal Beamit^h" 
Sam.AshtonYateBenyon'* 
Lawrence Edward Knox*** 
Alex. Macleay Dnmaresq'^ 
WalterSam.Marson/U^/. 
Stojrart Hervey Bruce". . 
Charles Colquhoon Pye" 

Stephen Mo<>re** 

Richard HalUlay Archer" 

Alfred Grey" 

Geo. Watlin Clntterbuck 
John Rd. Ramsbottom" 
I Fred. Verney M. Raynes 
iArthur Geo. F. Griffiths" 
I Pred.Harris Dawes Yeith" 
iThomas Coote Grant . . 
'Thomas Lewis Twiston 
George Rochlbrt Byron 
William Grogan GraTes 

Ensigns. 
Gilberfde Lacy Lacy" 
Charles Bradford Brown*' 

WUliam Gordon 

Robert Edward Spronle 
Aubrey Palgrave Powys 

Charles Bnnbury 

De Lancey R. Anderson.. 
Richard Wm. B. Crowtber 

Alfred Stokes 

James A. Ogilvy Carn^gy 
Charles Henry Kinahan 

Alexander Fluder 

Wm. Lancelot Knowles'x 



LIEUT. 



17 Dec. 47 
26 May 48 
P 12 Apr. 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 10 April 49 
P 15 Dec. 48! 
P 13 May 53 
P29May 49 
P 12 May 48 

P 17 May 50 

P17 Sept. 50 
P11 June 52 
23 June 54 
P 24 Aug. 54 
P 26 Aug. 64 
1 Sept. 64 

5 Not. 54 
P 17 Not. 54 

14 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

11 Jan. 55 

12 Jan. 55 
19 Jan. 55 

6 June 64 

13 Feb. 65 

16 Feb. 55 
P 23 Jan. 52 
P 24 Apr. 55 

30 Mar. 55 
16 Mar. 55 



55 

.55 

55 



14 Mar. 

15 Mar, 
10 Apr. 
23 Apr. 65 

1 May 56 

15 May 65 

16 June 65 

26 July 56 

27 July 56 
3 Aug. 65 

P 2 Not. 66 
P 30 Nov. 66 
P 7 Dec. 66 



P31 Dec. 39 

2 April 41 

28 June 44 

P13 Aug.47 

P 12 July 39 

P 18 Jan. 50 

15 Mar. 60 

P 26 Dec. 51 

P26Mar.52 

6 June 54 

P 12 Aug. 53 

P 17 June 51 

6 Not. 54 

P 10 Feb. 54 

P 28 Dec. 49 

P 23 Jan. 62 

P 23 Dec. 53 

6 June.54 

10 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

11 Dec. 64 

9 Feb. 65 
2 Mar. 55 
2 Mar. 65 

8 Mar. 56 

9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 56 
1 May 66 
8 July 55 

27 July 56 

27 July 66 

27 Jul> 66 

6 June 54 

P21 Sept. 65 

P260ct. 56 

P 23 Nov. 56 



CAPTAIN jBKBV.-MAJ. 



25 Aug. 46 17 July 65 

4 June 47 2 Nov. 56 

P 20 July 49 

P 4 Not. 68 

6 June 64 

6 Nov. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec 64 

16 Mar. 65 

P24 Apr. 66 

8 July 55 

P 7 Sept. 65 

P21 Sept. 55 

P 2 Nuv 55 

P 2 Nov. 65 



1 Lt.-G«n«rftIKeDsh Mrrcd 
in Holland in 1700, an4 ««• 
present In the action of the 10th 
of Sepu, as well m In levenU 
other minor affkirt. In Effypt, 
under Sir Ralph Abercrombj 
m 1801; in Sidlj from 1B08 to 
181S; subiequentlv on the 
eaiitem coast of Spain, w Ac* 
blatant, And afterwarat aa 
I)eputj-A4jutani.0eneralac the 
Heail iif the Department, and 
was present at the battlw of 
Gastalla, as also several other 
affairs. SerTcd also at the 
siege and capture of O«aioa, in 
April 1814. He has received 
the Gold Medal fh>m the Grand 
»eignior for the Kgyptian 
campaign, and also the SiUer 
War Medal with one Clasp. 



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168 6Srd (T/ie West Suffolk) Regt. of Foot. 



Yearn' Serv. 


Full , Half 


i»ay. 


Pay. 


4 





2 










8 





3 





2 





1 






Paymoff^.— Henry IngTam,'^^ 7 Dec. 66; Qr.*iir. 16 Joly 52. 

Adjutant, — Lieut, Walter Samuel Harsoo, 9 March 65. 

Quarter- Matter. — 

5tfr^6(m.— Henry Crisp," M.B. 22 June 55 ; Aetist.-Surg, 3 Not. 48. 

AsiUt.'SurgeaM.—WiUiam WiUon Mill8,*<> 28 March 54. 

Francis O'Dell,'*' 28 July 54. 

Peter Joseph Hoey,»» 1 May 55. 

Facings Green. — Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 



3 Lleut.-Colonel Ltndefay aerred In the Crimea during 1855, and commanded the 68rd Seg t. at th« 
assault on ibe Redan on the Idth June, iind on the 8tli Sept. (»eTerely wounded) ; also at the bombardment 
and capiuiB of Ktaboum (liedal and Clasps)* 

S Colonel Hill eerved in ihe PenintuU irom Sept. 1819 to the end of that war In 1814, including the 
aflfktr of San Muno* and retn^at from Burgoa, a$ a volantoer; battle ofVittorlei pasugeofthe Bldaesoa, 
battles of Nivellt* and Toulouse : he has received the War Medal with four CUsps. Serred in the Crimea 
from 6th Not. 1855. 

4 M^crs Harries and Fairtlough, Captains Newenham and Bennett, served the Bastem campaign of 
1864, mduding thf batUes of Alma, Balnklava, and Inkerman (severelj wounded), and siege of Stbastopol 
(Uedal and Clasps). 

5 yit^ot Higginbotbam torred at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and was sererdj wounded in the 
trenches (Medal and Ciasp). 

6 M^ior Charter served the Eastern campaign of 1834-56, with the 03rd Regt., including the battles of 
Alma, Balalelava, and lukerman. expedition to Kertch, siege, assaults, and fall of Sebastopol (succeeded 
to the command of the Regt. at the lost attack), bombardment and capture of Kinbourn (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Captain Oould served in the Eastern campaign of 18M, including the battle of Alma (Medal and 
Clasp). 

8 Capt. Orey served as an Ensign In ilie Sith Bengal N. I. during the campaign on the Sotlfd, and was 
present at the battle of Feroseshah (Medal): served with the 6Srd Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp), at also at the bouibardment and capture of KinboUm. 

9 Captains Bamford and Csrey served the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the batUes of Alma, 
Balaklavii, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopul (Medal and C a<-pi). 

10 Captains Paterson, Magnajr, and Bowles, l^ymasier Ingram, Assfst.-Surgeons Mills and O'Dell, 
served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Baluklava, and Inkeman, siege» 
assaulu, and fall of Sebastopol, expedition to Kertch, bombardment and capture of Kinbourn (Medal 
and Chisps). 

11 Li'-uts. Marsonand Bfamish served the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, Ineluding the siege, ussaults, 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp), expedition to Kertch, bombardment and capture of Kin- 
bourn. 

IS Captain Wybergh served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, ineluding the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, expedlUon t«> Kertch, siege, assaults, and fall of 6«bsstopol, bombardment and capture of 
Kluoourn (Medal and Cla»p<). 

IS Lieut. Ktiiart served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Cla^p). 

14 Lieut. Hunt aerved at the siege, assaults, and rail of gebasto(>oi (Midai andCIa'p). . 

15 Lieuts. Hand and Dumaresii served the Eastern campaign of 1855, inciudhtg the expedition to Kertch, 
sleee, assault*, and rail of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla»p). 

10 L«uu. Benyon and Knox sened at the siege of 8«bostopol in 1855, and assault on the IMh June; 
al*o tlie exptfdition to Kertch (Medal and Cla p). 

17 Lieut. Mye served at the siege and fall oi !iet*astopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieuts. Muore, Archer, Aami>bottum, and GrIffiiiM, Surgeon Crisp, and AMlsL-Sorgeon Hoey, served 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol In ltt55; aho at the bombardment and capture of Kinboum (Medal and 
Clasp). 

19 Lieuts. Brace, Orey, Yeith, and Lacy, served at the siege and f«ll of Sebastopol ; also at the bom- 
bardment and cnprure of Kinbourn (Mfdal and Cla»p). 

20 En»lgn Brown served in the campaign uf ]865» aud expsditlon to Kinbourn (Medal and Clasp). 



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^S.^'SJ'i&i;™!"-] 64<A ( The 2nd Staffordshire) Regt. of Foot. 

"ST. LUCIA" "SURINAM." 



1C4 



IVean'iierv. 



I 



60 



Pall 

' 81 

i 46 

3d 

17 



18 
32 
13 
24 
10 
13 
13 
11 
10 
12 
9 
14 

13 

12 

12 

11 

11 

8 



8 

7 

7 

7 

6 

7 

8 

10 

5 

5 

3 

4 

3 

1 

3 

1 
1 
1 

17 
13 
10 
17 
6 
6 
2 



Half 



CoUmel^^ James Freetli/ KH. Sru, 25 Dec. 06; Li. 30 May 09; Capt, 
21 April 14; Afqjor, 21 Jan. 10; LU-CoL 11 July 26; Col. 23 Not. 41; 
Mqj.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 64th Foot, 13 Aug. 55. 
Xiffuf.-CoZ^mtf/^.— James 2d topford,* CB. J5:?m. p17 Sept. 25; Lt. p2 Not. 26; 
, Capf. PIO Sept. 30; 3f<{;or, Pll March 42; Brevet-Lt.^Col. 90 April 44; 
<> Lt.-Col. 13 Nov. 47 ; G»/. 20 Jane 64. 

IX 'Nicholas Wilson, KH. JSns. 31 Oct. 09; LietU. 7 Oct. 13; Capt. P24 Oct. 
i 21 ; Mqfor, p 30 Dec. 28 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 4 Aug. 48 ; 
i Col. 20 June 64. 
' itfiyor*.— James Draper, Ens. 18 Dec. 23; Lieut, p 10 Nov. 25 ; Capt. p24 Dec. 
29 ; Brev.'Major, 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, 22 Dec. 48 ; Bt. Lt.-Col.20 June 54. 
Thomas Stirling, ^/u.P 23 April 39; Lieut, p 6 May 42; Capt. p28 Apr. 48; 
]lf(0or, 17 Aug. 55. 



Captains. 



Geo. W.Powlett Bingham' p 16 Feb. 88 
Charles William Sibley* . . 27 Not. 24 

Neville Hill Shutc p 22 Mar. 44 

Thomas Anderson ' 16 May 34 



LIEUT. 



8 April 42 

16 Oct. 20 

P 25 Sept. 46 

P 29 Dec. 37 



RobcrtDuCane P 3 Apr. 46 1 p 28 Apr. 48 



Robert Mockler 

Henry Francis 

Alfred Picton Bowlby . . 

. Charles Thompson 

. Winter Goodc 

i William John Chads,^ s. . 
Wm.FIetcherJas.Morphy 

LlEUTBNAlTTB. 

RichaidCha.M<Crea,M</j 
Matthew Fanning 
Arch. E. Cochrane Forster 
Doveton D. Greentrce 
Godfrey Lyon Knight 
William Bell 



12 Sept. 48 
P 23 June 43 

31 Oct. 45 
P19 June40 
P 26 Apr. 44 
P 12 Not. 47 

29 May 42 

28 July 43 
1 Feb. 44 
10 May 44 
P 9 May 45 
28 Feb. 45 
21 Jan. 48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Sept. 48 

19 Aug. 42 20 June 44 

P 9 Aug. 60 

22 Aug. 48 

P 16 Nov. 60 

12 Jan. 48 9 May 61 

14 Sept. 45 16 Mar. 63 

12 Mar. 48 15 Mar. 53 

P 2 June 48 28 Oct. 53 

P 28 Aug. 40 P 25 June 62 

P 12 Sept. 48 30 June 64 16 Dee. 64 

10 Not. 43, 17 Aug. 65 

\ S Col. 8topft»rd Mnrcd with the 
9 Jan. 46 *^^ R«tt.throiicho«tth«opermtloiis 

UA_- >.n"n Candabar and In AffffhaBUtan 
Apr. 4D durinir 1841 and 41(Medal)| and he 
22 Dec. 46 ' commanded the Regt. In the action 
9 Jan. 47'*^' Maharajpore, S9th Dee. 1043 
IT -&J- * AO (Mrdalj, untilseverplx vonnded In 
1/ Alar. 4t5 the side.— he bad aUu a boraecut 
P 20 Dec. 48 <lown under blm. 



BRET.-MAJ. 



Cluimb. Henjjr HinchUff : p Apr. 47 | p 3 Aug. 49 ,,2, ^^ .nfil^^nTr-t 

Frederick J. Hutchison . . 22 Dec. 48 1 9 May 51 (Medai) ; and with the osnd in uw 

'Stand.deCourcyO'Gradvl'^lO Feb. 49 ' 5 Dec. 5rc»mp«»fn ©■ the snUej. and wai 

' Valentine Ryan *. , 30 Not. 49 , 2 Jon. 52 ; VViJ^^efhThTMStalr. **** ^'"** '' 

DaTidMortinierMurray^.i 14 Dec. 49 p 26 Nov. 52 6 Lt. M'crea wrVed with a de- 
Alfred John Tuke I p 15 Feb. 50 j 8 Jan. 53 ^!"!!~^°j;f*'' ."?? S*!** V^. ^^ 

Thomas. Arch. Mackinnon! p 25 Sept. 49 " ' " ^ "' ^ 

Richard Henry Willcocks p 3 Not. 48 



nn A.^- K*^ Col.Oatram*>LI(htBricade,inthe 
.>U Apr. Oo , Southern MahratU Campalf n of 



Robert Vaughan Dickens 

William Knox 

Alexander Benison . . 

John Hudson 

Rowland Bateman .... 

Louis D*Acosta 

Francis Du Bois Lukis 
Ensigns. 

Henry Turner 

Geo. Henry Jolm Haldanc 
John Thomas Pack 
John William Taylor 



13 May 53 1844.4^ and waa ptesent in all It* 
1 May 46 I 5 Nov. 60 op*"*'""* IneludIng the rapture of 

P 17 June 51.. p 16 Dec..53 .^i^JJlJ^ •*•*"»'»' *" ""'°''" 

P 18 Apr. 51 .30 June 54 S Qr.- Master Sears serred with 

P 22 Apr. 53 P 9 Mar. 551 J!;'*f»^ J^?"««»«'KJy**»" 

n-io f\ t. -o' -1*7 A re **" R«jah of Coorf In 1834| the 

P 14 UCt. 0-^1 17 Aug. Od j operationtatalnit Kumool In 1839 j 

14 Mar. 53' 23 Nov. 55 endatihebattleoflfahar«Jporcoa 

P 30 Mar. 55 p 14 Dec. 55 i '**• *^ ^"'•- »MS(Medai). 

P 16 Dec. 53 ^ Doctor Inclls served the Panjaub campaign of 

P QQ Tur,^' rn >^*'^ *'^ ^^ ^^^ ^**''- ineludlnf the whole of the 

I £0 mar. OO .j^^^ oppratlons before MouUnn (the greater part of 

31 Aug. 55 which in medical charge of the Scgt.), and battle of 

23 Nov. 55 Cooiot (Medal and Clasps). 



Paymaster. — ^James Howes, 1 Oct. 47 ; Quarter-Master ,6 Sept. 39. 
Adijutant.— Lieut. Richard Charles M'Crea,» 12 Sept. 53. 
Quarter'Master.—iohn Sears,' 1 Oct. 47 ; Em. 8 May 46; if. p 19 March 47. 
5ttr(7eon.— James Goi-don Inglis,? BI.D., 26 March 52; Assist.-Surff. 29 Mar. 39. 
Asiiitant'Surgeotu. — ^Thomas Carey, 24 Jan. 61 . 

Robert Thomas Buckle, M.D., 14 Oct. 61. 

George Evans, 24 March 54. 
l^ac'tTigs Black. — Agentt, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

1 U^Jor-Oencral Freelh served In the Peninsula and France from May 1809 to Jan. 1811, and wai present at the fullow. 
ii^ actimM and sieges ; tIs. »— Fuentes d*Onor, rapture of Ciudad Rortrlgo and BadaJo>> battles of Satemanea. Burgost 
Vltsorte. and Pyrenees, near Pamplona, NIvelle, and NIre, for which he has received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

4 if^or Chads sere?d as Alde*de<Canip to General Godwin throughout the Burmfse War of 18S9-53, and was present at 
Cbe BMSoU and capture of Martaban, the destnietion of the rWer stockades at Rangoon, attack on the White House 
SCBcfcade, Itth April (wounded, but did not quit the field), and operations of the two following days, concluding with Me 
•tana of the GraM Shoe Dagon Pagoda Stockade \ also present at the captures of Baasein and Pegu, the relief of the 
beleamend garrison at Pegu, and the operations of the (tar fbtlowlng days, during which the enemy In fore« were driven 
cMl ar tkire eotrenehed positions (Medal) i fecelved the thanks of the Governor- General in Ceuneil on sis separate 
mfMlimi daring the war. 



The jRoyal Tiger^ auporecribed " INDIA" " ARABIA." 



Yean' Serv. 



59 



Fall t Half 










































CoUmeL^Tj^Kenry Balneavis/ CMC, KH. JSns. 3 Jan. Q7; Lievt, 5 Xot. 09; 

Capt, 11 Sept. 05; M(0. 30 May 11 ; LL-Col. 12 Aug. 10; Col, 10 Jan. 87 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt-Oen. 20 June 54; Col. 65th Foot, 18 Jan. 55. 
Lieut.'Colonel'-ChATleB Emilius Gold, JEns.P^ Mar. 28; Lt. P28 Oct. 31 ; 

Capt.v5Veh. 30; 3fq;or,P4 Oct. 44; Lieut.-Col.^O Dec. 45; Co2.20June54. 
Mqjors.— Alfred Francis W. Wyatt, £ns, P12 Dec. 26 ; Lieut. P23 Apr. 29 ; 

Capt. P 10 Sept. 34 ; Mqjor, P 23 Sept. 45 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 20 Juiio 54. 
James Patience,' Sns. 6 April 10; Lieut. 24 Oct. 11$ Capt. 13 Nov. 27; 

Brev.'Mqjor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Afqjor, 30 Dec. 45 ; Brev. Lt,^Col. 11 Nov. 51. 



Captains. 
Oeo. Freeman Murray 
William Pym Young 
Oliver Barker D'Arcey 
Duncan Bazalgette .... 
Robert Henry MacOregor 

George Meyler 

James Paul** 

R. B, Twyfurd Thelwall • 
Robert Murphy Nicolls 
Fra. Beaumaris Bulkcley 

Charles Blewitt 

OctaviuaJohnBlak oMarsh 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Ferdinand Turner 
Thomas Geo.Strange,ii4/ 
Cha. A. Miguel Servantes 
Thomas Walter Still 
JohnOwen Jones Priestley 

George Buck 

F.Stansfleld Horrie8d.Ai(/. 

Frederick Wemyss . . 

A. N icholsonMagrathir.p»t . 

Frederick Bailie 

Lionel Smith Warren 
Charles James Urquhart 
Edmund Jacob Whi thread 

Walter Hlggin 

Joseph William I^wis 

Ensigns. 
Henry Stratton Bates 
Arthur BranthwaytToker 
William Popham Wrizon 
Thos. A. Massy Dickin . 
Arthur Henrv Lewis . . . 
John Richard Welstead. 
Falcon Peter Leonard . 



ENSIGN. 



LTBUT. 



26 Apr. 
P 26 Oct. 30 
P 8 Apr. 26 
P 31 Jan. 40 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 7 Oct. 42 
8 Nov. 43 
P 8 Nov. 44 
OJuly 37 
P 22 June 47 
P 8 May 40 
P 14 June 50 



281 P 20 June 32 1 p 5 Jan. 39 



P27 Nov. 35 
p 9 Dec. 31 

31 Dec. 41 
P 13 June 45 
P 23 Sept. 45 

19 Dec. 45 

10 Apr. 
4 Oct. 



12 Sept. 43 

19 Dec. 45 

19 Aug. 50 

P 28 May 52 

P 26 July 53 

P 2 Sept. 53 

49, P 25 Nov. 53 

391 12 Oct. 52 



18 Sept. 51 ;p 8 Deo. 54 

22 Dec. 48 P 1 May 55 

p 28 May 52 1 p 7 Sept. 65 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 
20 June 54 



8 Feb. 42 8 Dec. 45 

P22Dec. 48 p 27 June 51 

14 Dec. 49,P30 Apr. 52 

P 15 Oct. 50, P 12 Oct. 52 

7 Feb. 61 P 26 July 53 
P 14 Feb. 51 P 2 Sept. 63 

4 Apr. 51 ,P25Nov. 53 

Pll July 51 P28Mar.54l 

14 May 62' 6 June 54; 

Pll June 52 6 June 54 

P23NOV. 52 P18 Aug.64 



P 2 Sept. 53 

P 25 Nov. 53 

P 28 Mar. 54 

28 Apr. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 
P25 Aug. 54 

20 Oct. 54 
P 8 Dec. 54 

15 June 55 
P 27 July 55 

10 Aug. 55 



r 1 May 55 , 

7 Sept. 55 1 

P 2 Oct 55| 

P 28 Dec. 65; 



PaymoJ^er.— J.Williams Marshall,3Apr.48;J&ru.P2 Sept. 36; X^PlOMar. 41 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas George Strange, 25 Nov. 53. 

Quarter- Af((u^«r.— Edward Withers, 21 Nov. 51. 

Surgeon. — Thornton MarshsU, 12 Jan. 55; Assiit.'Surg. II Apr. 45. 

Assistant' Surgeons. — Thomas Esmonde Wliite,M.D., 26 Sept. 45. 



Facings VHnte.^Agents, Messrs. Cox k Cu. 

1 LlenU-Oeneral BalnearU jnrocMdad under Sir DsTld Balrd to Ooramia In 1806 ( from th«nee to Ll«- 
bon, and wm appointed Uajor of Brigade to M^or-Oeneral U. M'Kenxie's Brigade; tervcd Ihrouihout 
Ibe whole of the war in Spain, and was present at the battles of Talnvera and Busaco, retreat to the Llnoe 
ofTorrei Vedras, occupation of them and subsequent advance, battle of Puentes d'Onor- for which he 
received the brevet ranlc of Hi^or; *>08B o( Cludad Bodrigo, covering the siege of BadHJoi, storming of 
ForC St Michael, siege of Burgos, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and battle of Toulouse, at wliich 
tmttle he succeeded to the command of the Srd Battalion of the 27th Regt. Embarked at Bourdeaux for 
North America; on arriving there he was appointed AssIstant-Quarter*Master-Oenera],aud was pre*entat 
the battle of Piatf-burg. Gave up his staff sitnatlon, and proceeded to New Orleans. Present at the cap> 
tore of Paris as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Man ley Power, and served afterwards with the Army of Occupation. 
He has received the War Medal willi nine Cla«ps. 

S LL-OoL. Pstiencc was prtient at tiM nirrendcr of Martiaiqae, and at the eaptnre of Lei Salntn and OuadaVtape, in ISIfr . 

4 Capt. Paul wrvtd •ith the 8Ut tiaroucbout the eampaifn of 184A.6 on the SuUej, and was present in Ibe baules of 
MoodkM, pMOseshali (wounded), Buddiwal, Allwal, and Bobraon i Medal and tltre* Clasps. He carried ibe Quecn^a 
Oiilonr of the Slst at Moodkee and Peroicsfaah. 

5 Oapt. Tbelwall served arainst the rebel natives in the Southen Distrlet of New Zealand, In IS IT, and eramanded tb* 
•dvaneed party of the 65Ch aegt. in the engagement at Waagaaai on the I9tb July of that vear. 



rears' Serr. 



69 



'^"'il'p^SJTSSJJS.r • **•] 66^'* ( The Berkshire) Regt of Foot 166 

"DOURO'» "TALAVERA" "ALBUHBRA" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEES 
"NIVELLE" "NIVE" " 0RTHE8 " "PENINSULA." 
Colonel— Ifi^ohwd. Blunt,* J7n«. 31 Jan. 1787; Lieut, ^Z Feb. 01; Capt,\2 
July 93; Jlfiyor,!! May 96; Lieut-Col, 23 Aug. 99; Col, 26 Oct, 1809; 
Mqfor-Gen,! Jan. 12; X^-G'en.27May 25; Gen. 23 No?. 41: Co/. 66th R«rt. 
25 Mar. 36. 
Lieut,'CoUmel.—ClMr]e* Edmand Lav,' Comet, v 2 Feb. 44; Lieut, P8 May 

46 ; Capt. p 26 Dec. 61 ; Mqjor, p 7 July 64 ; Lieut.-Col. p6 Jan. 65. 
Mqjors. — Charles Edward Michel, Bta, p26 Nov. 28 ; Lieut. 23 Nov. 33 • 
Capt. P 2 Feb. 38 ; Mqjor, p 25 J une 47 ; Brev, Lieut,- Col, 28 Nov. 64. ' 

George Maxwell, JBni, p23 Feb. 26; Lieut, 29 May 28; Capt. 21 Oct. 43 : 
Brev.-Afqf, 20 June 54 ; Afqjor, 9 Jan. 66. 



Half 
P*y. 



Caftai«n0. 
Edw. Montagu Davenporf 

Tom Benson 

John Clifton Hawkes. . . . 
Webster Thomas Gordon 

George Watson 

Charles Wm. Aylmer . . 
Arch. Hamilton Dunbar 

Charles Perrin 

John Walker 

Richard Homer Paget . . 
Alfred Torrens 



BWSION. 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



P24 Apr. 35 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P 24 Jan. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
21 Dec. 44 
P 28 Sept. 47 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 26 Nov. 46 
1 Dec. 48 
9 Mar. 49 
Charles James Knox Gore P16 May 61 

LlBUTBlTAVTS. 

Horatio George Dickens 
H. Firth,il<{/. {q.mab Peb.4B) 
Edward James Storey . . 
Sir C.F.WheelerCuffe,^/. 

Leslie Eames 

Wm. Henry Jones Westby 

James Galbralth 

James Lorenzo Verschoyle 

Alfred Austin 

Fred. Hugh Irwin Day •• 
C. J. Thornton Daesburj 
Richard Thomas Hughes. 

Alfred Trigge 

Henry Charles Spearman 
John Baring Short .... 

Ensions. 
Charles Augustus Shortt 
Charles Valentine Oliver 

John Tobln Ready 

Richard Salisbury Bagge 
Stephen Weston Bent 
Wm.Trevelyan HodyCox 
John William Hughes . 
Edm.WhitneyFetheiBton 
Chas. Clat ering Wardell . 
Frederick James Rogers 



6 Aug. 38 P 31 Dec. 44 
P 8 Aug. 46'P30Mar.49 



P 4 May 49 

8 Mar. 60 
9 Jan. 49 

P 16 May 51 
P 17 June 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
Pl2Dec. 61 
p 18 Dec. 61 
Pll June62 

9 July 62 
P21 April 64 
P28 April 54 

21 July 64 
P 24 Aug. 54 



14 Mar. 47 
P 12 Sept. 48 

14 Nov. 48 
P28 Aug. 46 
P30Mar.49 
P 4 May 49 
P 13 July 49 
P 6 June 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 6 May 63 

P 2 Apr. 62 

P 18 June 62 

25 June 62 

P21 April 54 

P28 April 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

8 Sept. 64 
3 Nov. 54 
1 Dec. 64 

9 Jan. 56 
P 26 Jon. 55 
P 13 Feb. 55 



P 14 Mar. 61 
P 14 May 52 
P 28 April 54 
P 1 Sept. 64 
P 3 Nov. 54 
1 Dec. 64 
9 Jan. 55 
P 19 Jan. 65 
P 13 Feb. 65 
P 8 June 65 



P26Aug. 54 P20July 65 



6 June 54 

P 8 Sept. 54 

P 9 Sept. 54 

P 8 Nov. 54 

p 19 Jan. 55 

P 13 Feb. 56 

1 May 56 

14 May 55 

16 May 55 



P29June56 
Paywuwfer.— George Pollard, 17 Aug. 65 ; Qr.-Maiter, 28 July 46. 
Adyutant.-^Lieut, Harry Firth, 8 March 60. 
Quarter-Jlfaster.—WnUam Lane, 31 Aug. 55. 

Surgeon,^VTeder\ck William Tupper, 26 Dec. 61 ; Assist, -Surg. 8 June 41. 
Asststant'9urffeani.^'Wi\\l%m Sim Murray, M.B. 10 Jan. 61. 
Charles James Davenport, 16 Aug. 64. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

I Oea«ral Blunt wrrstl in Lord Moirs's expedition, and In Flanders In 1704 and M, and wssactiTttlj em- 
ploysd In the VMt IiidfM, from 1 70S until IMa. Hs has since tarred la Han orer, Madeira, and In the 
J^rnintnln. 

t Lt.-OoL Lew served with the Olh Laneers In the Sutl^ eanpalgn la 1846, Including the battle of 
Oobraon (Medal). 

S Capi. Davenport lerved with the 60th in Canada during the Eebelllon in 1887-S8,and was present In the 
•eUon of 8t Denis. 

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167 67 th ( The South Hampshire) Regt. of Ft. V 



48 



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Emb. for Gil»rallar. Jan. 1848. 

Berring at Trinidad. 

Oepdt, Ouerosey. 

*'BARROSA»'—" PENINSULA"— The Rffyal Tiger, •uperscribcd, " INDIA." 
ColoneL^Jfi iSfir Colin Campbell,* GCB. Em, 26 May 08 ; Lieut, 28 Juoe 09; 

Capt. 9 Nov. 13 ; Mqjor, 26 Nov. 25 ; L%eut,-Col. 26 Oct. 32; CoU 23 Dec. 

42; Mqj-'Gen. 20 June 54; Col. 07th F. 24 Oct. 64. 
Lt.'ColGneL— Edward Basil Brooke, 2nd Lt, H. Art. 16 Dec. 17; Zt April 

25; Capt. Pll July 20; M({j. p5 July 31 ; Lt.-CoL 9 Nov. 46; Col. 20 June 54. 
Mqfors. — ^Thomas Joacphus Devcrell, Ens. 7 Nov. 22 ; Lieut. 25 June SO; Capt. 

p 30 Aug. 31 ; Brev.Mqj. 9 Nov. 46; Mqj-^ Sept. 47; Br.Lt,-CoK2ii June54. 
Thomas Bdmond Knox, Eiu. 26 Jan. 38; Lieut, p 24 June 42; Capt. 31 July 

46 ; Major, P 17 Aug. 52. 



Captains. 

Thomas Byrne 

John Porter 

Charles Barnard Hag^e . . 

Henry Collette 

Robert Hudson Wood . . 
Dugald Stewart Miller . . 

Henry Crofton 

Coufi^ WilliamC. Rivarola 
Robert Follett Syngc< •• 
J.B. Crcagh/ l.r.^0Jun«54 
Thomas Basil Tuite .... 
Daniel Thompson 

LlEUTENAKTS. 

James Graham, Ad{j 

WUliamD'Arcy 

H. S. G. S. Knight, d.pm. 
Edward Daubeuy, d. A({f. 
Alfred Addington Jones 
William Serjeant Arnold 

John Inman 

Arthur Henry Coney. . •• 
Charles Wm. Pearson . . 
Geo. T. Horton Atchison 

James John Wood 

Richard Edwyn Barry . . 

Malnchi Nugent 

Arthur Forbes Robertson 

Ensigns. 

Edward Coxen 

John Richard Crane .... 
Wm. Henry Bell Kingsley 
George Traill Munro . 
Albert Stanley Welland 
Edmund Henry Lenon . 

liOitus Reade 

Evan Lee Young 

Hugh Robson Evans 



KNSION. 

""iNovTlo 
P 28 Mar. 34 
P 5 Sept. 35 
P 26 Aug. 36 
Pll Mar. 42 
P24Feb. 43 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 1 Aug. 45 
P 20 Oct. 40 
9 April 25 
P31 Dec. 42 
Pll July 45 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. JBRBY.-MAJ. 

~iTNov.~6i 

90 June 54 

20 June 54 

OJan. 55 



3 May 

10 July 
2 Sept. 

29 Dec. 

29 Dec. 

P 13 Aug. 

11 Jan. 
10 Apr. 

P 18 Sept 
25 Oct. 
P 14 Feb. 
P 3 Feb. 
P 5 May 
P 20 Oct. 



5 Mar. 23 1 

P 29 Dec. 37 , 

P 30 Dec. 37 ' 

22 Jan. 39 

P 5 Dec. 43 

Pll July 45' 

P19 Nov. 47 

P 6 Aug. 47 

26 Sept. 42 { 

12 June 28 

P 23 Aug. 44 

P 16 Apr. 47 

29 Dec. 46 

? 13 Aug. 47 

3 June 47 

P 28 Aug. 49 

P 28 Aug. 49 

p31 Jan. 51 

1 Mar. 49 

P 8 June 52 

P 3 June 53 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

14 Sept. 55 

21 Sept. 55 

P 30 Nov, 55 



22 Jan. 
P 6 Oct. 43 
P 5 Dec. 43 
P 23 Feb. 44 
P 28 Aug. 49 
f'SI Jan. 51 
PI 7 Jan. 51 
P 8 June 52 
6 June 54 
P 5 Oct 32 

21 Sept. 55 
P 30 Nov. 65 



Nov. 46 



19 Oct. 54 

31 May 55 

1 June 55 

5 June 55 

8 Juno 55 

15 June 65 

19 July 55 

14 Sept.55 

21 Sept.55 



S Cipt. Syvfe Mrrrd vMi Cli« 
uneroolaiM on tbm CUaa eat*- 
dltioB (Medal), and cairicd th« 
eoloun of Uie RegJoMat at the re- 
pulM oTUm Blffht-attaffk on Nlatpa. 
tbc attack and eaptura of Ohapoo. 
the takloff of Shaiif hat and Woe- 
•unff, tlM stormlDf of Cbla Uanc 
Poo, and tbo opwaltou teforo 
Nankin. 

4 Lieut- Col. CKath aerred la 
the Anglo- Spanish Lefion, and 
wai encaged on the heifhta of 
Arlaban In Alara. on the tSlh, 171h» 
and ISUi January 18M. bcaldos 
•ererat otim affain. He vaa alio 
eroplored on a Particular Service 
in Canada at the outbreak of the 
Rebellion in 18S7. 



Pflym<i*^«-.— Henry Butler, 8 July 53; Ens.f 12 Sept. 48; Lieut. P2«0et. 52. 
Adljutant — Lieut. James Graham, 22 Jan. 47. 
QM«rfer-Af(M*<rr.— George Crispin, 25 Oct. 39 ; Ens. 22 Mar. 39. 
Surge<m.^iohxi Elliot Carte, M.D. 18 Feb. 53; Assist.-Surg. 31 Dec. 41. 
Assistant-Surgeons.— John Duff, M.D. 3 Aug. 49. 

Alex. Clark Ross, M.D., 1 July 5.3. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir CoUn CampbeU scired with the 9th Bcgt In the PenlnmU and at Walrheten, and waa prcient at ttie baCtte of 
VImiera. In the advance and retreat of the anny under Sir John Moore, and battle of Coninna ; at the bottie of Batmon 
and the defence of Tarifa. He waa attached to the amy of Balletteree at the latter end of 18IS, and was pment at aevcial 
aflbira ( alto in an expedition to rellere Tarragona t was at the affkir of Oima. battle of Vitlorla. siege of St. Sebastina. 
where he receircd two screrc wounds, and passage of the Bidassoa, where he was again seTctcly wounded. Scrrod la 
America In l(fU-lS In the 60th Rifles. Was Brigade- M^Jur of the troops engaged In quelling the Insurrection In Dcwerarm 
In IStS. Comnuuidcd the 98Ui Regt. In the eapedltion to China in lS4i, Including the capture of Chlnklangfeo and Mb- 
sequent operations near to Nankin. Conmandcd the Srd Dirlslon of the amy of the Pui^aub throughout the Pu^Jaub 
campaign of 1848>». Including ttie aflblr of Kamnuggur. passage of the Chenah. aflUr ol Sadoolapon, battles of ChilUanwaUah 
(wounded; and Ooojerat, and the final operations. He was emistantly employed in IMl and IS&t, when Brigadier-Genemi 
commanding the Peshawur districts, In operations against tbo HHl Tribes aurrounding the vaUcy. including the forcing of 
the Kohst Pass under Sir Charles Napier, and repeated affkirs with the Momunds, who finally made terms after thdr defeat 
at Puoi Pao by a small detuhment of caTalry and horse artillery under Sir Colln*s immediate command, the eesBbined 
tribes numbering upwards of 8.000 men. In 18U he commanded an cKpedltion against the Ootmankbail and Raannl 
Tribes, whom he attacked In their Talleys, and destroyed tiie strongly-defsndcd Tillage of Nowadund, the fortified rUlage of 
Pranghur, and he finally routed them with great slaughter at IskakoCe, where they mustered 8.000 ascn, while the fbteo 
under Sir Colin was under 8.000 men. Commanded the Highland Brigade and Highland Dlrisloa throoghout tiie Basiefa 
campaign of 1854.A&, including the battios ol the Ainu and BalakUTa, sad the siege of Sebostopol. Sir Colin Bas raeelTed 
the War Medal with fire Clasps, the Chiatae Medal, the Pui^aab Medal with two Clasps, and was aomiaatcd K.CB. after 
the PniUaub campalfo. 



£m.for ItalU. 28 Feb. 51. 

Eutera Xrmy, 

Depot at Pernioy. 

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']] 68th ( T/ie Durliam) Regt. of Foot. {Lt. Inf.) 168 

*CA- "VITTOBIA" "PTKENRBS- •• NI VILLI" - ORTHES** •• PINIMSOLA *• 
"ALMA- "INKERMAN** "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel — 5 5'*r William Lewis Herric«,» CB. KCH. Sns. 23 Jan. 01 ; Lt. 17 

March 03 ; Capt. 9 Oct. 00 ; M<0or, 2 June 14 ; LU-Col, 31 July 1 7 ; CoL 10 

Jan. 37 ; iirq/.-(?en.9Nov.46; Lt-Gen,, 20 June64; Co/. 68th F., 17 April 54 

Lieut.'ColoneU.--}IenTy Smyth, CB. JEtu. P28 June 33 ; LUut. p 28 Oct, 36; 

Capt. P 2 Dec. 42 ; Mq;or, p 12 May 48 ; Lt.-CoU P 30 Dec. 63. 

' George Macbcath, Eiu. p 15 Oct. 29; Lt. p 31 May, 33; Capt. P 28 Oct. 36; 

I Bt.Mqj. 9 Nov. 46; Bt.Lt.^Col. 20 June 64; Mqj, 6 Nov. 64; Lt.- CoL Mar.66. 

: Jlf(C[/ori.— Herbert Blount, Bru. p 8 Nov. 33; Xieu^. p 16 Sept. 37 ; Capt.vfi9 

I July 44 ; Mt{jory 24 Nov. 54; Breu. Lt.-Col 2 Nov. 55. 
j Ilenry Harpur Greer, JSns. P 10 Sept. 41 ; Lieut. p20 Aug. 44 : Capt. P31 Dec. 
I 47 ; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



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! John Casdidy 

CU.Shuttleworth.. 

T. Dc Courey Hamilton,' 
t Harrison W. J. Trent . . 
j Henry White 

Cavendish C. FitzRoy, 8. 

I James Spratt 

{ Herbert Vaughan 

I Charles Edward Couycrs 

John Cator 

LlEUTENAnTS. 

Henry L. Batiiscombe . . p 8 July 53 
Chris. Brice Wilkinson.. Pll Oct. 53 
Hugo Shelley Li;;ht, adj. p21 Oct. 63 
Aubrey Harvey Tucker. . p 13 Sept. 63 
Edward Rich. Fox Vicars p 5 May 54 

Edward Dcshon 6 June 64 

Sheffield Grace p 17 Oct. 61 

F. De LuttreliSaandersoii 28 July 54 

John Francis Sparke . . p 23 Aug. 54 

Edmund Peel Ethelston p 24 Aug. 54 

j J.HobartCulme Seymour p25 Aug. 64 

> JohnBlood 8 Sept. 64 

John Ponsonby Cox .... 21 Nov. 61 
Thomas Reeder Clarksou 14 Dec. 64 
Gilbert Alfred Nicholett« 16 Dec. 64 
Geo. Stanislaus Thornton 6 Jan. 66 
Henry J. R.Yillier8-Stuart p 16 Jan. 66 
Fra. Gordon DiggeWatson p 26 Jan. 56 
Wro. Henry T. Duesbery 2 Feb. 56 

Reghiald Brocas 9 Feb. 65 

Harry Robert Milligan . . 16 Feb. 65 
Ensigkb. 

Geoii^e Turner 23 Feb. 65 

Geo. Faulkner Wilkinson p 28 Mar. 66 
James O. D. Annesley . . SO Mar. 65 
Cha. Em. Beaty-Pownall 24 Apr. 55 
Alex. Dingwall Thomson 11 May 65 
Samuel Black Noble .... 18 May 55 
William Algernon Kay • . 5 June 55 

Charles Covey 8 June 55 

Arthur Francis Marshall 16 May 55 
Henry Pat. J. Mackenzie 6 July 55 
Robert Cope Hardy .... 20 July 66 
Cyril Blackbume Tew . . p27 July 65 
Edward Harrison . . . . i . 23 Nov. 55 



p 12 Jan. 30 

P 20 Aug. 44 



HEUT. i CAPTAIN, 

23 Jan. 35 
P 3 Nov. 4G 



13 July 47 
P2l Oct. 53 



P 2 May 45 p 22 Dec. 40 , P80 Dec. 53 



p 30 Jan. 
p 2 Dec. 

5 May 37 
19 May 43 
P 18 Sept. 4(5 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 April 50 
P22NOV.50 

8 May 46 

P20Dcc. 61 

P 18 Dec. 40 

30 July 52 



46 P3l Dec. 47 

42 P 23 Jan. 46 

5 Jan. 41 

P 14 Apr. 46 

P 12 May 48 

10 Apr. 47 

P 1 July 53 

P21 Oct. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 11 May 49 

P 17 Mar. 64 

P25 Nov. 42 

6 June 64 



11 Aug. 64 
U Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 64 

6 Nov. 54 

24 Nov. 54 

1 Doc. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

8 Doc. 54 

9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 56 

2 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 65 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 56 

16 Mar. 56 

12 May 66 
8 June 56 

P 9 Oct. 65 
23 Nov. 66 



P 10 Mar. 54 

6 Juno 54 

9 Dec. 51 

6 Nov. 5 J 

I Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 04 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

12 Jan. 65 

12 May 55 

9 Nov. 40 

23 Nov. 55 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



12 Dec. 54 
3 Nov. 66 



20 July 56 



1 Sir Willlain Lcwl« Herrifs 
accompanied iiioOlh Dragoons 
to Soutli America In 8rpi. 
1800, and served as a Brigade- 
M^jor in the expedition against 
Suenos AyrfS. Alde-de-Cttmp 
to Sir £jre Cooie on the Wal- 
cheren expedition in 1600, and 
was aciiveljr employed at tiie 
siege and talilns of Flushing. 
Accompanied SirBJwardPiiget 
to Spain as his Aide-de-Canip, 
ill June 1812; and when Sir 
Edward was taken prisoner on 
the retreat from Burgos, Lord 
Wellington appointed him to 
the Quarter-Master-General's 
Staff, on which he serred until 
the end of that war in 18 U, 
and was present at the battle 
of Vittoria, siege of San Sebas- 
tian, passage of the Bidassoa, 
the three suececslTe days' ac- 
tions at the Mayor's Houte, In 
front of Bldart, where be had 
a horse shot under htm. On 
the 14th of April 1814, whilst 
endeaTouring with IJeutenant 
Moore (now Jf aJor-Oen. W. G. 
Moore) to extricate Sir John 
Hope from his horse, which In 
the sortie from Bayonne was 
killed and had fallen upon him, 
he reeeiTed a mu»k«t-shot in 
the loftknee,wnstaken prisoner 
with Shr John Hope and Lieut. 
Moore (both being wounded), 
and his left leg was amputated 
thi next rooming. He has 
r«celTed the War Medal with 
four Clasps. 



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Pflyma*fer.— Win Hadley," 13 July 40 ; Urn. 10 April 26 ; X{«tf/.24 8cpt.31. 

Af^utant.-^Lieui, Hugo Shelley Light, 27 Aug. 55. 

Qu«r*er- Jfer<M*er.— Thomas Tunks, 14 Apr. 48. 

Surgeon. — ^Thomas Connor O'Leary, MB. Feb. 55 ; AnUL'Surg. 6 Aug. 47. 

Atsistant'Surgeotu, — ^Alexander Johnstone, M.D. 1 Sept. 54i 

Edward Young Eellett, 28 April 54. 

Augustas Patrick Meyeiv Corbett, M.D. 27 Oct. 64. 



Facings Oreen. — Agentty Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

S Captain FlUOertld sorTad in the Anglo-Spanlih Legion dnrinf 1895*87; wasiererely vouoded In the 
action of the Sth May near St. Sebattlan, and has two CroMee and a Medal for hii conduct and MrTices. 

8 Capt Hamilton cerred with the 90ih Begt. In Kiiffiriand during the whole of the war of 1846-7 (Medal). 

in Paymaster Hadloy served with the Queen *i Royals throughout the campaign In Aff^hanlslan and 
Beloochistan, under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of Ofaucnee (wounded), and of 
Khelat. He served also the campaign in the Soothem M ahratta country in 1844, (Includinx the storm of 
the Fortress of Punelia). and that in the Concan in 1845, including the investment and capture of the Forts 
Monohur and M uniuntosh. Medal for Ohnxnce* 

*«* The following officers were presentat the battles in the Crimea, vis.;— Lt.-Cols. Smyth andMacb«a(h; 
LL-Colonel Blount; Mi^or Lewis; Capt. Morant (wounded in the trenchee before Sebastopol In October £ 
Mi^or Finch ; Captains Savage, Storer, Caseidy, Sbutileworth, Hamilton, Fltz-Roy, Vaughan and Cator 
(dangerously wounded ai Inkerman); Lleuts. Battlscombe (wounded 18th Jftn. 1885), Wiikinaon, Light, 
and Tucker; Quartermatter Tnaks; Assltt.-SurigeoB Johnstone (iledal and Clasp$). 



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INDIA." 

ColoneU^^ Sir Ralph Darling/ GCH. Bru, 16 May 1793; Lieut, S Sept, 05; 

Capt. 6 Sept. 06 ; Mqjor, p3 Feb. 1800; Lt.-Col. p17 July 01 ; Col. 26 July 

10; AT^y. -Gen. 4 June 13; Lt.-Gen, 37 May 26; Gen. 23 Nor. 41; Col, 

00th Foot, 5 Feb. 48. 
Xi^^.-CofonW. -David Elliot Macklrdy, ^n«. p 6 April 33; Lieut, p 30 Dec. 

36; Capt. P26 June 41 ; Major ^ p22 Feb. 60; Lieut.-CoL 25 Aug. 69. 
Afq/or^.— Charles Fred. Law, Ens. P7 Oct. ^i Lieut, p8 Not. 30; Cap^ pO 

Oct. 46 ; Mqjor, 26 Aug. 63. 
Edward Hickey, JEns. P22 May 36 ;Xieu^ 20 May 40; Capt, p6 May 49; 

Mqf'or, P 1 June 40. 



Captains. 
Jamea Handasyde Edgar 

Percival Fenwick , 

George Hughes Mcssiter 
Aug. Barnard Uankey . . 

Edward Bowen > 

George Bagot 

Wm. Shepherd Milner, e. 
Francis Gamble Blood . . 
John Lindsay Maclean . . 

James Smyth 

Hon. Alfred Bury , 

Henry Beauchamp Brady 

Lieutenants. 
Richard FitsGerald, t, . . 
Charles Gilborne, d, pm, 
George Fred. Gildea .... 

Edward Marcon 

Thomas Henry Charleton 
George Ernest Bulger . . 
Charles Edward Malton 

Rob. Aufr^reLeggett,il4/ 
WinniettLockhartMelville 
CharlesWest Hill d. Adj. 
Rich. Cooper Hutchison . 
James W. H. Anderson . 
Henry Scott Turner .... 

Owen Roberts 

Romain Fleming Stirke. . 

Ensigns. 
H . C. De la Poer Beresford 
James John Osmer .... 
Robert Boucher Clarke. . 

Edward Boyle 

John Whiteford 

Edward Marwood Vincent 



ensign. 



LIEUT. 



P ©Oct. 86 
P28 Sept. 38 

16 June 30 
P 30 Oct. 40 

1 June 41 
P 20 June 45 
P 28 Nov. 46 

12 June 46 

13 July 47 
P26Scpt. 46 

26 June 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 

18 Sept. 46 

17 Sept. 46 
P 14 Apr. 48 

13 Sept. 48 

11 May 40 

6 Nov. 47 

p 17 June 61 

Pll Jnne63 

29 Oct. 62 

18 Feb. 63 
11 Mar. 53 

30 Sept. 63 
P 26 Aug. 64 
Pll Nov. 63 

6 June 64 

P 22 Sept. 64 
1 June 66 ' 
8 June 66 
6 July 65; 

13 Sept. 65 

14 Sept. 66 j 



P 28 June 89 
P INov. 40 
29 Sept. 34 
P 20 June 46 
P 2 Sept. 45 
P 26 Sept. 46 
3 Sept. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 29 June 49 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 16 Feb. 49 
P 8 June 52 

p 10 Nov. 48 

24 April 49 

P 6 Aug. 52 



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53 
60 
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63 



3 Dee 
21 Jan. 

P 6 Nov. 
26 Aug 

P 28 Oct. 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 
11 Aug. 54 

P 6 July 66 

P 3 Aug. 55 
13 Aug. 66 
16 Aug. 65 



CAPTAIN. BRBY.-MAl. 



29 Jan. 47 
P 14 May 47 

3 Sept. 47 
P29 May 49 
P29 June 49 
P 8 June 62 

4 Feb. 53 
26 Aug. 63 

p 17 Mar. 64 

6 June 64 

P 22 Sept. 64 

P 3 Aug. 65 



Paymarf«r.— -Robert Smyth, 10 Nov. 64 ; Qr,-Mr. 3 Sept. 47. 
Adjutant, — Lieut, Robert Aufrere Leggett, 24 Mar. 54. 
Quar^«r-Afa«^^.— William Bustard, 16 Dec. 64. 

5Mrflrw».— Huntley Geo. Gordon, M.D. 22 April 53 ; Asnst-Surg.^l Dec. 41. 
AesieL-Surgeone.^VfWWvim Watson Sdmerville, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 
George Edward Gains, 21 Feb. 51. 

Facings Green. — AgenU, Messrs. Cox k Co. 



1 Sir Ralph Darllnff*Bierrieci:—ln 1793« the tlavec In theiiUiid of Granad*. mMiitrdbyUic rreneh fron Ouulal<nf»«, 
iMTiQf rcToltcd and mardered the GoTetnor and upwards of forty of the principal inhabitant*, he wai emploTed with hli R«gt. 
(Che 4Mh) In qucUlns the inittrreetion. In Jan. 1797. volunteered on the expedition against Trinidad, and waa present at the 
d tjumt ioa of tli« SpanUfa thlpc of war, and at tlic lurrender of the island. In July 1799, proceeded with the espeditlon acainst 
th« Onteb settlement of Surinam, and was employed in the arrangements for the eapltulaUon, and present at the surrender of 
ttat eotaa]r. in April 1801, proeeeded with the expedition agalcst the Danish and Swedish Islands. St. Croix, St. Thomas. St. 
Maitla, nod St. BaiHiolamew, and was present at tlieir reduction. In September 1808, his Regt. (the filst) being ordered on 
aclivo terrleo, he mignrd his staff employment (Pnnefpal Assist. AdjU-Oeneral) and took the command of it. Joined tliearmy 
madtw Sir Joim Moore, In S|iain, and was present daring the adranrr and retreat, the action at Lugo, and battie of Corunna. 
• fsr wWch Inst be rceeiTed a Medal. In July IM9, was appointed Dep. A^t.- General to the Force sent to the Scheldt under 
aw Baal «r Chatham, and was present at the stege koA lurrciidcr of Flushing. Op thf retura of th« csptdltloB tw Ktnmcd 
hit itatappotaMiBeDt at ttaf HorM Guards. 



70^* {Tlie Surrey) Regt. of Foot. 



tEmb. for Bengal, 18 Jan. 1840. 
Benring at Feroieporo. 



Yeaw*8enr.| 



p 20 Nov. 39 

19 Apr. 10 

p Aug. 41 

80 Jan. 40 

P31 Dec. 45 

P 25 June 44 

23 June 43 

7 July 46 

27 Dec. 37 

31 Oct. 45 

P 10 Sept. 48 

P 25 Nov. 45 



P 8 May 46 
ONov. 30 1 

P 5 Nov. 47 
5 May 50 

P 15 Nov. 50 

P 8 Nov. 50 
Apr. 52 
15 Mar. 53 
18 April 51 
26 Jan. 55 

P 20 Feb. 55 
15 Mar. 53 



ONoT. 46 



Co7om;2.— 9 George William Paty/ CB. KH. En». 28 April 04; Lt. 7 Hay 
05; Capt, 28 April 08; Maj, 2 June 14; LL-CoL 4 Sept. 17; CoL 10 
Jan. 37 ; Mqj.-Gen. Nov. 46 ; Lt-Gen. 20 June 54 ; CoL 10th F. 8 May 54. 
Lieut'ColoneU. — ^Thomas James Oalloway, Em: P 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 
25; Capt.v21 Dec. 27; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj. 14 June 42; Lt.- 
CoL 22 Dec. 48 ; CoL 28 Nov. 54. 
Trevor Chute, 2?MiXi«Mf.P 10 Aug. 32; X£eu^ p 28 Oct. 36 ; Ca/i<. P 2 Aug. 80; 

Major, P 23 April 47 ; LieuL-CoL p 14 Dec. 49 ; CoL 28 Nov. 54. 
Afa/or*.— Thomas Charles Timins, :Ens. P 16 Mar. 32; Xt6u^. P28 Nov. 37 ; 

Capt P 3 Feb. 43 ; Mtyor, p 18 July 48 ; Brev. LU-CoL 6 Feb. 65. 
George Dumford, Ens, p 17 Oct. 26 ; Lieut, p 8 Feb. 31 ; Capt. p 28 Nov. 37 ; 

Miuor, 26 May 50. 

Captains! I ensign. I lieut. | captain. | brbv.«maj. 

Thomas Edmonds MulockiMfs Mar. 36 
^pE.L'E3ti-auge'/.c.80JunM p 10 Nov. 08 

John William Hay never 

George Evatt 13 July 38 

George A. Ryan p 31 May 44 

Sydney Cosby Jackson. . p 10 Sept. 41 

Oswald Pilling 30 Nov. 38 

Arch. John O.Rutherfurd p 18 May 41 
Henry Fred. Saunders*. . 30 July 36 

William Cooper* 5 June 48 

William Bellers 26 June 46 

R. F. W. Cumberland . . 20 May 42 

Lieutenants. 
John Mackay M'Keuzie 
Chas. A. Poyntz James ^ 
Paul Fred, de Quincey'.. 
Attilio Scheberras, a4j» 
George Augustus M*Nair 
Gates Joseph Travers . 

Charles Crawley 

John T. NicoUs O'Brien 

William Crozier 

Wm. Thomas M'Grigor. 
Arthur Saltmarshe .... 
Robert Whis,'liam ..... 
Wm. Fred. Tho. Marshall 
George Richards Greaves 
George Fred. Coryton 

Matthew Bell 

Falconer Wilson 

William Wiltshire Lynch 
John William Madden . . 
Alex. Cha. Hughes Tovey 

James Green 

Ensigns. 
Henry Berkeley Good 
Thos. Deering Backhouse 
Tho.R.DevereuxBingham 
Chas. G. Stuart Menteath 



29 July 44 
22 Dec. 44 
p 2 May 45 
21 Apr. 46 
13 Nov. 46 

29 Jan. 47 

30 Apr. 47 
11 Sept. 47 

29 Dec. 46 
28 Apr. 46 
22 Dec. 48 

P 18 Sept. 49 
13 Mar. 46 

30 Nov. 49 
2 Aug. 44 

p 29 June 49 
22 Nov. 60 
P 17 Sept, 60 
» 29 Jan. 47 
P 23 Jan. 52 
p 21 Jan. 53 



3 Capt. Saunders lorred on tha 
11 Feb. 46 vvestcrn coast of Africa with tlia 



10 Apr. 46 

31 July 46 

p 21 Jan. 48 

P 30 June 48 

22 Dec. 48 

22 Dec. 48 

5 May 50 

27 Feb. 50 

1 Dec. 48 

p 17 Jan. 51 

p 17 Jan. 51 

7 Feb. 51 
P 16 Jan. 62 
p 14 Apr. 40 

15 July 53 
P 16 July 52 
P 13 Dec. 63 

8 Sept. 54 



Boyal African Corps from 18M 
to IMS, and wu present with 
the expediiionary force In tba 
Interior In 1837. Wasemplojed 
on a mission to convex do- 
tpatches to the French at Be- 
negal, in 1838. 

4 CaptaiB Cooper serred with Ike 
18th Boral Irish ihronghont the 
campftin of 185S-i3 in Buxnah 
(HedAl). 

i Lieatenant M*Keiiiie serTcd in 
the cunpaiKB on the SnU^ in 1S46, 
with the •SrdKcKt, and wasptcsenC 
in the actions of Boddiwal. AUwal, 
and Bohraon (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Lieutenant James lencd with 
the lOth Regt. in the campaign on 
the Bntl^^and was pTesent in the 
battles of Aliwal and Bobxaou 
(Medal and Clasps). 

7 Lient. de Quincey was present 
... .. .^ «._. atthehat- 



with the 80th Beginient 
tie of Bobvaon (Medal). 

8 Doctor Cnnie serted with the 
ISth Lancen at the battle of Ma- 



P 6 June 55 1e} in 1848, Inelnding the aflUr at 



P 22 Nov. 50 

13 May 53 

P 13 Dec. 53 

p 13 Jan. 54 



161 IB low, iMiiiiiwim» •■■« ■■■i . »i 

BaddiwaU and aerions of Aliw&l 
and Sdbiaon (Medal and Clasp). 
9 Paymaster Thompton serrcd with the Snd Batt. 
Royal Ecft. throuf bout the MahratU war. with tho 
army in the Deecan, under Sir John Dordon. In the 
years 1817. 18 and IS. Also, during the Bwmrse war, 
tram Jan. 1825 until \U eooclnslon In 1816 (Medal). 



PaywwM^tfr.— Michael Thompson," 10 Nov. 64 ; Qr.-Mr. 31 Oct. 45. 
Atgutant.^Lieuf, Attillio Scheberras, 13 Dec. 53. 
Quarter'Master.—Wimam Nevill, 1 June 66. 

^i«rflr«w.— Samuel Currie,* M.D. 12 Feb. 47 ; AsMt.-Surg. 14 Oct. 36. 
Atstst.'Surgeons.—UenTj James Rogers, 16 June 54. 

James Francis Deakin, M.D., 28 July 66. 

Alexander Grant, 9 March 65 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8c Co. 

1 Llent' General Paty terred on the expedition to Copenhagen In 1807. Serrcd afkerwarda in the Peninsula, itom 
June 1811 to the end of that war In 1814, Including the siege and capture of Badajos. battle of Salamanca, letoeat from 
Madrid to Burgos, battles of Vlttoria. the Pyreneet and Nirelle, battles of the Nlve on the Mh, 10th. 11th, ISth, and ISih 
Dec tSlS, besides rartous minor aflklrs. He has reeeiTcd the War Medal with six Clasps. 

9 Lt.-CoL L'EstranM serred theeampaigB of 1808-9 in Spain, with the 14th. and was present at the battle of Cermiaa • 
Capture of the Isle orrranee in 1810. Capture of Java In 1811, and engaged with a Dutch brigade at St. Nieholas. At tho 

storming ofa strong Dutch Fort on the coast of Bantam. Onboard ..-..., 

Freneh gun-boata. Present at the siege and storm of Comelis, and st 
captttxe of the town and fortress of Bambas, Isle of Borneo, in March 

trosin Marah 1817; MahratU camp '* 

Ncdtvd the War Medd and two CJ 



in Mareh 1817; MahratU campaign In 1817 and I8t 
" ro Clasps r ~ 



board H.H.8. Jteteias at the boarding and capture of elorea 

, and storm and capture of the heighu of Serandole. At tho 

>, in March 1813. Nepaal war in 1818; siege and oapture of Hat- 

siege and etom of Bhactpore,«nder Lord ConbenMif. Heh«» 

ips for Conuina and Jara. 



list {Highland) Regt. of Ft. {L.I.) [^^^^^ 172 

l» "CAPE OP GOOD HOPE" "ROLEIA" "VIMIERa" MrniiiiNNA'* 



Yean'Serv. 



60 



PoreisnStfrv.l 

It arch 185S.J 

"HlNDOOBTAN« "CAPE OP GOOD HOPE" "ROLEIA" "VIMIERA" "COSUNNA" 

'PUEXTES D'OXOB" ••ALUAEAZ" "VITrORlA" "PYRENEES" •NIVE" "ORTUE8" 

"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" " SE\'ASTOPOL." 

Co/.— 9 SIB Sir Jas. Macdonell/ GCB. KCH. Ens, 25 Jan. 96 ; Lt, 3 Feb. 96 ; 

y^fJ Cflj»M0Sept.03;3ffi[;.17 Apr.04; i^-Co/. 7 Sept.09 ; Co/.12Aug.i9 ; Jtfiy.- 

Pay.| Gen. 22 July, 30; LU-Oen, 23 Not.41 ; <?«i.20June54; Co/.71st F. 8Feb.49. 

"lflr,Xi«tf.-Cotofi«te.— Waiiam Denny,' Ens, PIG Jan. 22; Xieu^ p 23 June 26; 

" I Capt. P 27 Sept. 38 ; Mqj, p 24 April 38 ; Lt.-Col, 1 4 Apr. 46 ; Col 20 June 64. 

I Charles Beady,' Ens. p 13 July 32 ; LUut. p 19 Mar. 36 ; Capt. 16 

' Mqjor, P 8 June 62 ; Lieut,-CoL 9 Mar. 66. 



Pull 
Pay. 



34 
24 



Apr. 42 ; 



21 
20 
16 
16 
14 
14 
14 
14 
11 
12 
12 
11 
11 
10 
10 
10 

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6 
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2 
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I Mqjors. — Robert Dennistown Campbell,^ Cornet, p 22 Oct. 33; Lt.v 27 Mar. 

36; Capt. p 24 June 42 ; Brev.-Maj, 20 June 64 ; Af^y. 29 Dec. 64. 
I William Hope,* Ens. p 4 Sept. 36; Lieut, v 24 Mar. 38 ; Capt. p 30 May 46; 
I Major, 31 Oct. 65. 



; Captains. 

Aug. Terrick Hamilton, s. 
Barry Blennerbasset^ .... 
Gco.Whit.TalbotRicb'.. 

Henry Loftus^ 

Fred. J. Colin Halkett?.. 

Arthur Charles Parker^ . . 

James Arthur Gore, s. . . 

Francis Carr Clerke'' . . • . 

G. H. W. Vise. Kirkwall« 

Wm . Stratton Prince .... 

John Ignatius Macdonell' 

; Charles Francis Smith*'' . . 

Wm. Francis Segrave .... 

Brent Neville 

R.C.Wm. Stuart" 

John Otway Wemyss*' .. 
Lieutenants. 

William Campbell" .... 

Francis Bonham'^ 

Hon. Ralph Harbord*' . . 

5£r Lionel £. Smith, J9^" 

Evelyn Mirehouse" .... 

William John Denny .... 

James Da1glelsh,"^<(;... 

Fred. William Lambton" 

Charles Pringle 

George Campbell" 

Conrtenay H. Salt. Scott" 

Charles Geo. Wingfleld" 

Edward P. Wade Browne" 

Charles James Mounsey" 

Wvndham Neave" 

John C. H. Poyer Callcn" 

William O'Malley" .... 

Robt. Barttelot Aldridge" 

C. J. H. Howard" 

Arthur Kindersley Blair" 

Robert Lewis" 

F.H.Anson Hamilton".. 
Ensiqns. 

Wm.M.MiUerFortescne" 
EdwardWilliamDenne.. 

Stratton Boulnois 

CharlesT. Cramer Roberts 
Edwin Serjeant Swainson 
William Brett Cowburn 

Robert Heron 

Le Marchant James Carey 
Robert L. Grant M'Grigor 
Wm. Fred. Vernon Harris 
Clifford Stirling Trotter 
Robert James Isacke .... 
James Hay Campbell • . 
Francis Fawkes- 



KNSIOM. 



P 29 Dec. 36, P 24 Apr. 38 
P 18 Mar. 3G p 6 July 38 



CAPTAIN. IBRBY.-MAJ. 



P 12 June 40 
26 Oct. 41 

16 Apr. 42 
4 Mar. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 8 Aug. 46 

22 Mar. 44 
P 26 Apr. 44 
p 30 May 46 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 8 May 46 
P 22 May 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 

P 12 April60 
P 14 June 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P22 Nov. 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P14 Fob. 61 
6 June 61 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 23 Jan. 52 
P 18 June 52 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 
P 12 Aug. 63 
P 20 Sept. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
P 28 Oct. 63 

6 June 64 
P 6 June 64 

31 Dec. 64 
P 12 Jan. 65 
P 16 Jan. 56 
P 26 Jan. 66 

26 Jan. 66 
16 Feb. 65 

22 Feb. 66 

23 Feb. 66 

9 Mar. 66 
16 Mar. 66 
30 Mar. 66 

10 April 65 
P 27 Oct. 64 

1 June 66 

27 July 66 

7 Sept. 66 
16 Nov. 65 
14 Dec. 66 



P 15 Apr. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 30 May 46 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 22 May 46 

9 Nov. 46 
P26 Sept. 46 

8 Dec. 46 
p 19 Mar. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
18 July 60 
P 8 June 62 

13 May 53 

P 20 Sept. 53 

P 18 Oct. 63 

Oct. 63 

p 10 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

7 July 64 
p 22 Sept. 64 
P 29 Sept. 64 

8 Doc. 64 
8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 64 

9 Feb. 65 
9 Feb. 56 
9 Feb. 66 
9 Feb. 66 
9 Mar. 66 
1 June 56 

31 Oct. 66 
16 Nov. 66 



14 Apr. 46 

P 22 May 46 

P 12 Nov. 47 

P22Dec. 48 

P 19 July 60 

P 26 Dec. 61 

8 June 52 

13 May 63 

r 4 Nov. 63 

P 10 Feb. 64 

20 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

20 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 56 

31 Oct. 66 



1 Sir Jamei Macdonell lenred 
irilh the expedition to Naplet 
and Calabria, in 1805 and 0, 
including the battle of Maidn. 
Served aflenrards in Portugal, 
Spain, Prance, and Planders. 
Sir James hairecciTod the Gold 
Medal for Uafda, and the BiWer 
War Medal and four Clatpft for 
Salamnnca, Tittcria, NiTelle, 
and NiTe ; and tbe Waterloo 
UedaL 



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7Ut (Highland) Regt. of Foot. (L. I.) 



Year'tServ. 


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Pay Pay 


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5 


8 , 


10 


6 1 


2 i 


2 






Paynuuter.—JoBe^h Cartxnail/' 25 Aug. 64; JEns* 7 Dec. 38. 

AdljutanU— Lieut. James Dalj?lci«h," 22 Oct. 62. 

Quarter- Matter, —ThomvA Walker/* 10 March 48. 

^tcr^eon.— William Simpson/' M.6. 8 Dec. 54 ; Asntt.-Surg, 1 May 46. 

Aitittant'Surgeo7U,-'BichaTd Cooper Todd/* 24 Sept. 50. 

John Moore M'Neece/* 28 April 54. 

John Henry Gilbome,»* 23 Dec. 64. 

Faeinffs Buff. — Agetits, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



2 Colonel Denny commanded tin 7Ut HlKhlandert at tlie siege of Sebaatopol (tfedal and Clatp). 
8 Lleut-Col. Ready aerred at the aiege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and (. latp). 

4 M^or Campbell served with the 4th Light Dragoon* during the campaiKn in AfTghaniatan under L«rd 
Keane, and was present at the aiege and capture of Gliuznee (Medal). Served with the 71st Regt. at the 
biese and foil of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Major Hope served at the siege and full of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 
Captain Blennerhasxet served at the siege of Sibastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Captains Rich, Loflus, Halkett, Tarkcr, and Clcrke. served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). 

8 Lord Kirkwall served at the slrgo of Sebastopol (Medul and CIoKp). 

9 Captain Macdonell served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Mcdul and Clasp). 

10 Captain Smith served at the slere of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

11 Captain Siuart served as Brigade-Major, 2nd Brigade, Hlghjond Division in the Crimea, including 
the capture of Kerteh, singe and fall of Sebastopol (Medal atid Clasp). 

18 Captain Wemyss, Lieuts. Wm. Tampbifll, Bonharo, 8lr Lionel Smith, Dalgleish, Lambton, Geo. 
Campbell, Scott, Wiugfield. Browne, Mounsey, Keave, CuUon, O Mailey, and Aldiidge, aerved at the siege 
and f«ll of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

13 Lieuta. Hon. R. Harbord, Mirehouse. Howard, Blair, Lewis, Hamilton, and Fortcscue, aerved at 
the siege and fall of Sebaatopol (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Paymaster Cartmall, Qr. -Master Walker, AssisL-Sargcons Todd, H'Koece, and Gilbome, served 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

16 Surgeon Simpson served at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 



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*^12d{Duke ofAWani/sown Highlanders) Reg. of Ft 174 



jYeurB'Serv. 



51 



Sub. for Malta, DflcM/ 

Eastern Army, 

Depot at Edinburgh, 

The Duke's Cypher and Coronet. 
HINDOOSTAN" " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" "SEVASTOPOL." 
Co2an«2.— 9 John Aitchiaon,* Em, 25 Oct. 05; Lt. and Capt. 82 Nov. 
Capt. and Lt.-CoU 15 Dec. U ; Col, SO Hay 30 ; Mqjor-Gen, 23 Nov. 
Lt.-Qen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 72ad Highlandera, 29 Dec. 51. 
Lieu*.- Cotowci*.— Richard Palmer Sharp,' Em, p 18 May 38; Lieut, 
May 40; Capt, p 19 March 47 ; M(yor, p8 March 50 ; Lt,'Col, p 1 Dec. 
VVUUam Parke/ Em, p15 Dec. 40; Limt, p27 Sept. 42; Cap^ Jan. 

Mqjary PI Dec. 54 ; Lt,-Col, P23 Nov. 55. 
Jf<:E;orf.— James Mackenzie/ Em, P24 Sept. 41 ; LUut, P2d Aug. 44; Capt, 

26 Jan. 49 ; Mqjor, 22 June 55. 
Alexander Dalton Thellusson/ ^n#. p 12 Oct. 41; Lieut. P8 Oct* 44 ; Capt 
P28 Dec. 49; Af/yor,P28 Nov. 55^^ 



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Captains. I ?^^ «]!:_. 

Richard Rocke* p20 May 42 

John Stephens Clark p 27 Sept. 42 

Douglas Robluson* p 17 Mar. 43 

Charles J. W. Norman*., p 8 Nov. 44 

Archibald Alison* P 8 Nov. 46 

Alexander Crombie* . . . . p 8 May 46 
Hon, H. W. FitzMaurlce PlO Mar. 47 
Tho. Cha. Hardinge Best p 12 Nov, 47 

CecilRice« 1 Dec. 48 

R. Dennlstown Buchanan* p 19 Jan. 49 
C.Fleming Hunter* .... p 9 Mar. 49 

James Atkinson* p 8 Aug. 45 

Wm. Drum. Ogilvy Hay p 17 May 50 

Hen. Bentinck Coathupe* p 12 July 50 

Robert Douglas^ 2 Apr. 41 

Osw. Barton Feilden® p 17 Sept. 50 

Lieutenants. 
John Campbell Stewart* 

William Henry Eliot^ . 

Hcm.Somer8etR.H.Ward* 

C. C.Welle8leyVesey,*a£{;. 

John Thomas Campbell* 

Fred. Montagu Alison*. . 

Aylmer Spicer Cameron* 

Edward James Upton . . 

Hdn.Alex.T.Fit2Mauricefi 

Oustavus Lambert Basset* 

M. do la Poer Beresford* 

Stapleton Dresing Burges* 

William Henry Campion* 

Francis Brownlow* . ■ 

Robert St. John* .... 

Charles M. Stockwell^ 

John Fred. Napier Hewett 

John M'Namee 

John Soame Richardson" 
Ensigns. 

Hercules Edwin Brown.. 

Ernest Henry - 

Chai-les Stewart Murray.. 

John Pennefather .... 

James Robert Kildahl 

John Price Mackinnon 

James Drummond Stewart 

Wm. Theobald Butler 

John Hichens Bamfleld . . 

George M'Kay* 

Fra. Charles M. Glasgow 

Francis George Sherlock 

Peter Burnet 

Matthew John Baillic .. 



LIEUT. 



P 8 Nov. 4-4 

30 Dec. 45 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
Pll Sept. 49 

25 Jan. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 

25 April 60 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
2 Dec. 50 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P 14 Oct. 51 

28 Dec. 42 
P 15 July 53 



captain. 

p" 8 Marr50 

25 April 50 

2 Dec. 50 

P 7 Oct. 51 

Pll Nov. 53 
6 Jane 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 
1 Dec. 54 

P 1 Dec. 54 

P 1 Dec. 54 
22 June 55 
22 June 55 
22 June 55 
22 June 55 
6 July 55 

P23 Nov. 55 



BllEV.-MAJ. 



P 16 Aug. 50 

25 June 44 

8 Nov. 50 

8 Nov. 50 

P 19 Aug. 51 

P17 Oct. 51 

P 9 July 52 

P 21 Sept. 52 i 

P 13 May 53ip 

p 10 June 53 p 

P 2 Dec. 53 

6 June 54 

p 18 Aug. 54 

P 8 Sept. 54 

3 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 

24 Aug. 52 

2 Feb. 49 

P 30 Nov. 54 



p 25 June 52 
14 Apr. 46 

P 11 Nov. 53 
6 June 54 
OJune 54 
1 Sept. 54 

P 1 Sept. 54 
1 Dec. 54 
1 Dec. 54 



P 1 Dec. 54 

1 May 55 

19 June 55 

20 June 55 

21 June 55 

22 June 55 

4 July 55 

5 July 55 

6 July 55 

2 Aug. 55 

3 Aug. 55 
17 Aug. 55 

P23 Nov. 55 
14 Dec. 55 



1 Lt.-Gen. AitchUon served 
in 1807 at the siege and cap- 
ture of Copeniiagen. Embarked 
in 1808 for the Peninsula, and 
in 1809 was present at the pas- 
sage of the Douro, capture of 
Oporto, and subsequent pursuit 
of Soult's army to Salamonde. 
He was wounded in the arm at 
X jursv. v-» '*•• battle of Talavera, while 
t r\^»' R^ I carrying the King's colour, 
1 Jjec. 04 , ^YiXch was also shot through. 
22 June 55 ! He serred the campaigns of 
22 June 55 1 1810, 12, is, and U, and was 
09 Tiinp -«i/i present at the battle of Bu- 
ii T ?? I «co and retreat to the lines 
22 June 55 of Torres Vedras ; battle of 



22 June 55 1 Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 

22 Juue55 *»«»« o' Burgos, and retreat 

n oT ijr«« RQ ! 'rom thence into Portugal j nf- 

P Zl May oa , j^,, ^^ q,^^^ y^^^ of Vittoria, 

3 Aug. 55 ' Qflklr at Tolosa, siege of Ban 
P23 Nov. 55 1 Sebastian, battles of the NiTelle 
and the Nive, passage of the 
Adour, investment of Bayoone, 
siege of the citadel, and re- 
I pu Ise of the sortie. He hu re- 
ceived the War Uedai with six Clasps. Ho 
was Lieut.-Colonelof the Bcots Fusilier Guards 
when promoted to MiJor>Oen«ra], and had 
commanded that Regiment upwards of four 
years. Served in India as U^or-Oeneralon the 
Staff of the Madras Presidency from June 1845 
to Not. 1801, in command of the Mysore di- 
TJsion (including Coorg), and of the Provinces of 
Malabar and Canara. 



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.Poymiwf^.— Rowland Webster,' 29 May 49 ; Sim. 12 Jon. 44; Lt. P25 July 45. 
\A(iljutant,^Lieut. Charles C. Wellcsley Vesey,» 25 Aug. 54. 
Quarter'Magter» — Donald Munro, 30 Not. 55. 

\SuTge&n,'—yfm, Campbell Seaman,' M.D., 16 May 51 ; Auist.^Surg. 16 Feb. 41. 
[AsnttanUSurgeons, — Edmund Humphrey Roberts,* 23 June 54. 
Theodore William Rutter,' M.D. June 54. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents y Messrs. Cox and Co. 

t Linut-Colonel Sharp terTed in China In the SOUi (Ucdal). Oommandcd the 7»nd In Uie EMlcm 
ratnpaign in 1865. including ihi> exix'ditloii to Kertcli and tiese of SeUattopoi (MmInI and Clatp). 

4 Lieut.^olnnel Parke and Mojor Mackenslo scnrrd in the Eastern cainpagn in 1855, incladingthe expedi* 
tion to Kerich and siege of Sebastop^il (Medal and Clasp). 

5 M^jor Tiiellusson, Captains Sutlierland.Rocke, Robinton, Norman, Alison, Cronble, Durlianan, llonter, 
Atliinion, Coatbape; Licuts. Stewart, Hon. S. Wurd, Vesej, Campbell, Alison. Campron, Hon. A. T. 
FluHaurice, Basset, Beresford, Burgee, Campion, Bro«nlow, St. John ; Ensign M'Kay, Paymaster Webster, 
Surgeon Seamnn, Asslst.-Surgeon Roberts served in the Eastern campaign In 1855, Including lbs ezpedilion 
to Kertch and siege of Sebasuipol (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Captains Rice and Feildeu, Lieuts. Siackveli and Richardson, serred at the siege of Scbastopol in 
1856 (Medal and Cla«p). 

7 Ciptaln Douglas served with the Buflfii at the battle of Punniar (Medal). 

8 Lleot. Eliot, prior fo entering the Armj, served for two jcara and a liaif In the Royal Naryt and was 
present In H. M. 8. Melville in China,— at the taking of the Boguo Ports, and the opcrmliOBa befon 
Canton (Medal). 

Assist,-3urgeon Rutter ierred in the Crimea In 1854*55 (Medal and Clasp). 



Digitized byCjOOQlC 



fia. for C. of a. Hop«, SO Sept. 45.1 
D«|iot at Jeney. J 



Years' Serr. 



61 



Full 
Pay. 



Half 

P»y. 



73rrf Regiment of FooU 176 

"MANGALORB" " SERtNGAPATAM" "WATERLOO." 
Ctf/.— 9Robt. Barclay Macpliereon,* CB. KH. ^n«.3 June 06; Lt. S2 Jaly 06; 

Capt. 3 Dec. 00 ; M(0. 17 March 08 ; Lt.-Col 4 Jnne 14 j CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; 

MaJ.'Gen. 9 Nov. 40 ; Lt.^Gen, 20 June 64; CoL 73rd Foot, 29 Jnly 62. 
lAeut.'CoL — Fred. Geor«:re Ang. Pinckney,* J?n«.8 Apr.26; Lt. p8 Apr. 26; 

Cap^P23 Dec. 30; ^cy . p 23 Sept. 45 ; Brev, Lt.'Col.2Q May 63: LL-Col. 

14 April 64. 
Jf<{/or«.— George Kankey Smith,' JBns. P7 May 18 ; Lieut, P7 Feb. 22 j Capt* 

P8 Apr. 26; JJ*.-Afa/.23 Nov. 41 ; Mq;. 20 July 49 ; Bt. Lt.^CoLU Nov. 61 • 
Thomas Ross, Ent. p 23 March 38; Lieut, p 18 May 41; Ca0^P4Jnne 47: 

Mqjor, P 22 Oct. 52. 
















































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Captaihs 

PhUip Blandell Bicknell^ 
William Lawes Peto*. . . 
Wyndham Edm. Bewcs'' 

George Renny 

Godfrey James Bume • 
Alfred Charles Knoz^. . . 
Wm. Creagb O'Brien* . 
William Henry Barry . 

John Cox Gawler** 

Frederick Reeve 

James Whlttaker Barnes " 
George Davies 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Albert U. Godfrey, il^^*.. 
Alex. Allan Aitchison • . 

Hngh Mackenzie 

John J. Lloyd Williams 
Gonld Arthur Lucas .... 
Henry Albert Norris .... 
Spencer V. Fra. Henslowe 

Rich. Jaa.Herc'ford, £f.ii 4/ 
Poole Francis Shuldham 
James Alex. Caldwell . * 

Philip Gibaut 

Fred. Tichfleld Greatrex 
Alien Allecocke Young . . 
Bryan Geo. Davies Cooke 
Mathew Smith Blyth 

Ensionb. 
Hon. C. R. Maxwell Ward 
Wm. John Lane MiUigan 
William Gordon 
William Mitford 
Hugh Eraser . . 
Thomas Wm. Shore Miles 

George Pinckney 

Archibald Henry Sharp 
Wm. Henry Samuel Pigott 



BNSION. 



P 11 Oct. 30 

P 10 May 44 

19 June 40 

1 Nov. 42 
P2dMay 45 
P 6 Apr. 44 
P 19 Nov. 41 
P 18 Sept. 49 

9 Feb. 49 
P24 0ct. 46 

6 Nov. 47 
P 26 May 48 



P 8 Feb. 60 
P 17 May 60 

80 Apr. 47 
P 23 June 49 
P 12 July 60 
P 21 July 46 
P 18 Apr. 61 

20 June 51 
P 23 Jan. 62: 
P 19 Apr. 51 

12 Oct. 62, 

6 Dec. 61 

P 18 Feb. 63 



P 10 Nov. 41 
P26June40 
P 22 July 42 
1 May 44 
P 26 May 48 
P 23 Jan. 46 
26 June 44 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Oct. 47 
P 8 Feb. 60 
P 3 Ang. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 18 Apr. 61 
22 Oct. 61 
21 Dec. 62 



Pl7Sept.60 PldFeb. 63 
P 12 July 60 P 14 Apr. 64 



8 Oct. 47| 

6 July 49, 

7 June 60 



6 June 64 
22 Sept. 64 
31 Aug. 66 



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28 May 63 



20 July 66 



P 4 Apr. 61 

P 18 Apr. 61 S Capuin 0*Bricn wrrmt I0 the 

20 June 61 <»''»'»^«' *■ «»• •««»•■ "^ Man.- 
^U June 01 ^p^ (woy«d«l). and kM w- 
P14 Nov. 611 eelTHlthr Bnbss Star. 

28 Feb. 62'' ^^ ■'•i^ Oawlcr inrrfd with Che 
DaA1Lr»» AQ 78*^a»ft.Uiroyfho«tlh€Kafllr«ar 
y «>w Mar. 4» ^ imo^ (M«dal aad BtMiOer) ; 

21 Dec. 62 coMMmlad tha Lifhi Coaavaar In 

P22 Anril63 ■•»»»y *»«»»• pHiie»i»»i »«ti€M in 

.()Q / Va^ Kafflrlaod and In the Colony, aa 

f ZH Apr. 04; also at Uic batUe el Barca 1 icrrcd 

6 June 54: at dlffeimt period! during tha ope. 

fl TiinA ivii ntlont aa Plcld Adjnunt and ai 

" •'"uc "^ D^ ^^ Qr.-Maatar General to the 

11 Aug. 04 DlTlsions under Coloacl Byte, and 

22 Sept. 64 waa honoumblr nentioncd eight 

'M tr^^^^i ' 2? ?^"- it Xi'l^S^ATSSt'rHa'ii 
P 13 May 63 31 Aug. 66| m the eloie or Uie war. 

I 6 Captaint BlelLDoIl and Pato, and Quarter- 
P 14 Apr. 64 UasterCaraoDienrediotheKafflrvar of 1840-7 

6 June 64 (Medal). 
1 1^ a«.%* Ks}. 7 Major Bewoa terred the Kafir campaign 

15 Sept. 64, ^, 18^^.7 (Medal) with tbe 45Ui Regt. 
22 Sept. 64: 11 CapUlo Bamas Mrred aa Lieut, aad Adjt. In 

P12 Jan. 66 ^^^^ Hoif> BatUUon or Natlre Inlhntry In the 
1 l/Tov fJ^ Kafllr war of 1846-47 t was preaent In leTefal en* 
i f^^ e?l faffenwntt, aaeonpanlcd the expedition Into tha TMa- 

16 May 60, bookie eonntry In Angnat. and that orer tha Kal In 

7 Sent. 66' D««« l^^ Serrcd with the TSrd Regt. in the Kafllr 

7 I)^.66| ""»•»«» t***^**- 
PaynuuUr.—ldoftniA Cassidy, 30 Jnne 64; J??a.P9Nov.38; Lieut. 11 Jane 41; 
Adjutant. — lAeut, Albert Henry Qodfrey, 4 Aug. 64. \^Capt, 6 June 64. 

QuarteT'Meuter. — John Carson,^ 28 Nov. 45. 
Sur^€«m.— Edward Booth, 13 Feb. 62; Auitt.-Surg. 11 Jnne 41. 
Atsistant'Sttrgeone.— Charles Walter Poulton, 18 Sept. 49. 
Qeorge Grey, M.D. 16 Jnne 64. 
Facinge Oreen. — Agente^ Messrs. C. R. and Walter M'Grlgor. 
1 Lleat.-Oen. Uaepheracn accompanied part of the 88th Regt. to the Wetl Indies the latter part of 170ft, 
and was prcaent at the Uklng of St. Lticia in 1790 ; alao at tlie redaction of the Brigands In Grenada, at 
the atorni of Port Rojal, and seTeral other placet In that Island. Embarked with ttie Regiment for the 
Eaat Indlre, In June 1790, and daring a period of aiz years ha was actlveli employed in the thrpe Pri'si- 
deneles. In 1800 embarked with the expedition to Steuih America; was present in several skirmishes on 
the mafek to and lo front of Buenos Ajres, and at the storming of It, when he was wounded. In June 
1800, he accompanied the Snd Battalion to the Peninsula, and was present at the defence of Cadis. In 
March 1810 he sucee^ed to the command of tha 1st Battulion ; commanded It at the battle of Vittoria, 
and at those in the Pyrenees. Present also at the battle of the Mvelle ; succeeded to the command of tlio 
Regt. at the battle of Orihes, and a^ ain at the battle of Toulouse, besides being in several minor affhirs. 
Proceeded in command of the 1st Battalion to Canada In July 1814; embarked from thence for the 
Ketherlands In Jnne ISl.'V. He ha« received the Gold Medal and one Cla«p for Vittoria and Orthes ; and 
the Silver War Medal with three Ciatps for Pyrenees, Nivelle, and NIve. 

Lu- Col. Pinckney served In the Katf r war of 1840-7, and was honourably mentioned in Sir Oeorre 
Berkeley's General Order of the 17th Dfc. 1847, as the commanding officer of tlio 78rd Regiment, in the 
active operations in tbe Held under that General's command (Medal). 

t LL-Col. Smith served in the Kaffir war of 1840-7, and was severely wounded. In Bir George Berkeley's 
Oenenil Order of 17th l>cc. 1847 he was mentioned in the following handsome terms :—*< The Lieut. 
General bega to thank Mi^or Smith, 78rd Regt., who has commanded tbe Head Quarter Camp during the 



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74ih {Highland) Reaiment of Foot. [''"iSJ.^r.^^S'.ll."":*' 

mcphant, tuperaeribed "SEniNGAPATAM" "AS3AYE" "lIUSACO" "PUENTT 
DONOR" »'CIUDAD ROURIGK)" •'BADAJOZ" "SALAMANCA" "VITTOaU 
"PYRENEES*' "NIVELLE" "0RTHE3" "TOULOUSE" ''PENINSULA." 

CoZone/.— }9 Alex. Thomson,' CB. Ens, 23 Sept. 03 ; Lt. 29 Feb. 04 ; Capt, \ 
May 07 ; Major, 9 April 12 ; LU-CoL 21 Sept. 13 ; CoL 22 July 30 ; Majoi 
Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.^Gen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 74tli Regt 15 Aug. 50. 

Lieut'ColoneU.—John MacDuff,« Ens, 10 Feb. 14 ; Zieut, 26 Jane 27 ; Capt, p 1 
April 39 ; Major , 13 Nov. 47 ; Lieut,- Col, P 8 June 49; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

George Monkland,^ Ens, p 11 July 34 ; Lt. 25 May 38 : Capt, P 10 July 46 
Mqjor, 7 Nov. 51 ; Lt.-Col, 29 July 53. 

iJfeyor*.— Walter Douglas Phillipps VsLitoTi,* Ens. P28 Sept. 38 ; Lieut. p3 No 
40 ; Capt, p 19 May 46 ; Mqjor, 27 Feb. 52 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 28 May 53. 

Fitsliardinge William Longuet Hancock,* Ens. p 17 Mar. 38; Lieut, p22 Noi 
39 ; Capt. 14 May 47 ; Brec-Maj. 28 May 53 ; Mqj, 29 July 53. 



Captains. 



Robert Bruce*!- i p 9 June 38 

WiUiam Kelty M'Leod . . I 6 June 45 

John Jago < p 16 Jan. 46 

Lewis Augustus Brydon^ I 1 May 46 
WiUiam Ross King" .... | P 1 1 July 45 
Henry WellingtonPalmer^ P 7 Aug. 46 



James Falconer^ 
James Stewart Menzies 
Augustus Da vies ..... 
Fred. J. P. Priestley . . , 
5111 J. Impett,">/.cj20Juiie54 
Adam Campbell .... 
Lieutenants 
Fred. R. Thackeray ,M<{;. 
Sir David Baird," Bart 
Rob.HenryC.DruryLowe* 
Hy. Ridge Wolrige 
Thomas William'Lawson* 
Charles Wylde Sherlock 

Robert Cathcart 

Anthony Delacombe Bell 
Thomas Henry Stoddard. 
John Warden M'Farlan . 
Whlteford John Bell.... 
Fran. Dalmahoy Wyatt.r. 
WalterLawrencelngleSy^f. 

Henry Jameson 

Bedford Da vies* 

William Shapter Hunt . . 
George Pilkiugton Blake 
Norman S. M'Crummen 
Robert Frederick Martin 
Frederick Nind Woodall 
John Thomas Evans . . . 
Ensigns. 

Abel Straghan 

A.Wna.Chalmers Magrath 

Arthur Angelo 

Colin Hugh Thomson 



4 Nov. 47 

P 10 Feb. 38 

P 4 June 47 

2 Mar. 38 

14 Apr. 14 

19 Apr. 36 

P 14 Dec. 49 

P 14 June 50 

p 17 Sept. 50 

31 Mar. 47 

P22 Aug. 51 

P21 Nov. 51 

P 23 Jan. 52 

14 May 52 

26 Oct. 41 

8 Jan. 47 

13 Nov. 46 

11 April 45 

21 Jan. 48 

23 Mar. 49 

P 23 July 47 

P 6 July 52 

P 5 Nov. 52 

23 Nov. 52 

P17 Dec. 52 

P 24 Mar. 54 

Pll Mar. 53 



LIEUT. 



P 22 May 40 
P 31 July 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 6 Nov. 47 

10 Nov. 48 
2 Aug. 49 

24 Oct. 39 

P 3 Aug. 49 

8 Apr. 42 

P 6 Oct. 20 

19 Feb. 38 

7 Nov. 51 
12 Nov. 51 
27 Feb. 52 

P 27 Dec. 50 
17 Aug. 52 

n 5 Nov. 52 
29 July 53 

29 July 53 
5 June 44 

P22 Apr. 48 
23 Mar. 49 
22 Aug. 49 

8 Oct. 50 
P21 Sept. 52 

10 Mar. 54 

30 June 54 



BREV.-MA. 



P2i July 48 28 May 5 
P 24 Sept. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 

27 Feb. 52 
P 30 July 52 

17 Aug. 52 

29 July 53 

15 Mar. 53 

16 Dec. 53 

21 Jan. 43 

30 Jan. 35 9 Nov. 4 

22 Aug. 49 

S Colonel HaeDaffMnred ia Indi 
upward! of 14 yean with tlie 4(K 



Regt- ioclodittg the opermtioni j 
1840 la Lower and Upper 8cind< 
also the campaifnain Beloochiatai 
Candahar, aad Cabool dnriag 1S4 
42, aad haa raoeivad the Medal ii 
■eribed "Caadahar, Ghnaaee. C( 
bool." Waa with the 40th Reft, i 
the operatioBB againat the Gwalii 
state ia 1S4S-4, aad oommanded d 
Grenadier Compaayat the battle i 
Mahar^pore (Medal). Ia 18i3 1 
commanded the lal la&atryBriga^ 
with the Ibrrc Ader Sir Gcoi] 



. Jeon 

Oathcatt in the adtance aerou t] 
OraofB andCaledoB rirera^Sonihr) 
Africa, into the Baauto Chief M< 
■heah'soowntry^^afterwarda he eon 
manded the force eneamped at 1 1 
Dhoonie Station ia Kaflraria, ant 
the end of the Kafflr war in ISj 
(Medal). 

3 Lt-CoLMoaklandaerred «i< 

30 July 54 *;25).'" «^ «-»'""» Ml 

8 Sept. 54 6 C^italss Brydoa and Palowi 

P 10 Nov 54 I'l««^ Thaekermy, Sir Day. Bair 

1 K rk«* ' KA I Lowe, and Lawaon, aervcd thnmid 

15 Dec. 54 „„, ^j^ ^^, »„ ^ is&i^ 

6 June 54 (Medal). 
' 7 Paymaater Dnnbar and Qnarter-Maater Daini 

«: X?^ ? : • Lleat. Ingle* awrcd wtth the SSod Regt, at tl 
P 24 Mar. 54 ' second siege of llooltan la 1S4B-9. includlBg d 

13 Oct. 54 ! ■*<»'™ •"<* e«P«»^ of •**• ^^» •*»* wn^nder of tl 
D A rk»f KA fortress | also prcsflnt at the sabsequent ranvnder 
f O KJCU *>* tht ftirt aad garrison cf Cheaiow, and at the batUe 



i 



Goojerat (.Medal and Clasps). 

PrtynwMfer.— Fergusson Dunbar/ 16 Feb. 50 ; Qr,*Mnster, 26 April 44. 
Adijutant.— Lieut. Frederick Rennell Thackeray,* 4 Nov. 53. 
Quarter-Master.— Chsj\e% Dalnes,« 24 Sept. 41. 

^urflf«m.— James Macbeth,'* M.D. 12 Aug. 63; AssiH.-Surg. 3 Dec. 41. 
10 j ^Mw<rtn*-5uro«m*.— William Lapsley, 7 Aug. 40. I Fac.White.— ^^f*.C 
' 41 Oi Arthur Bell, 23 Jan. 52. | R. & W. M'Origor. 

' 1 Meut-Oeneral Thomson aeeompanted tbe 74th to the Pralnsala, landing at LUbon la Jaa. 1810. and was prMent 
the battle of Buueo, retreat to tbe Lines of Torres Vedraa, advance of the army on Maaseaa's retreat therefrom, action 
Pes d*Atouee (wonaded), batUe of Fuentcs d'Onor, siege and eaptare of Cludad Bodrigo, where be serred as Aaatot. En 
and for bis serriees was promoted to tbe rank of Brevet- Major ; siege aad eaptare of Badaioi, wbere be aerred aa AasI 
Knglneer and was tllabily wounded when leading aboat 800 mea of the party that stormed and took tbe BaTcllne of I 
Boque to reinforce the 3rd Division of the army which bad taken tbe Castle \ siege and capture of the Ports of Ba l a m a w 
where be served aa Assist. Engineer and wasaligbtly wounded; battle of Salamanca (severely wounded), siege of Bnr| 
and retreat therefrom.— served as AssUt. Engineer and bad Uie blowing op of tbe brld«eat Villa Morel and tbe bridge 
Cabvson ennruited to bim \ battle of Vittorla as second in commaaa of tbe 74th i siege of St. Sebastian wbere he aerred 
Assist. Engineer, and for bis cooduetwas promoted to tbe Brevet rank of Lieut. -Colonel t battles oi the Nlvelle aad th« Ni* 
passage of tbe Bidassoa, and battle of OrUies, besides several skirmisbes wiUi bis Regt.at Alfkyate, Villa de Paatot 
Albidons, aad other places. He bas received the Gold Medal for St. Sebastian, and the SUver War Medal with nine Clai 
for the other battles and sieges. 

5 Major Hancock served with tbe 74th throughout the Kaffir war of lS»l-fiS-U (Medal), and was {meant at aU the opei 
tlons In the Waterkloof, Amatolas, Ac, under Major-Oan. Somerset, aad commanded Ute Regt. tai ffae expedltiosi aeross t 
Orange River against tbe great BasnU chief Moabesh, in Nov. isat, tor which he received the B««vet rank of Ma}or. 

At M^). Bmee served throughout the KaiBr war la IS61.U(Medal> and waa pron. to Brevet raak of MaS. Ibrhla aervict 



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Emb»fa»d forBengml "J 75^/^ Regiment of Foot 

Tlie Royttl Tiger, superscribed " INDIA" 

CoUmeL^&BckviWe Hamilton Berlceley/ Sn9. 1 May 1800; Lt, 6 Nov. 00; Capt. 

26 Dec. 04; Mqj.ylS Feb. 08 ; Lt.-Col, 20 June 11 ; Col. 37 May 2d',Maj<n" 

ae7i.10Jan.37; X^-6en.0^ov.46; 6?«n.20Jane64; Co^ 76 1M6 Sept. 46. 
Lieut.'CoU.—Boheri Dampier Hallifax,^ Eru. P31 July 23; Lt. p23 June 26; 

Capt, P 8 April 26 ; Mqj. p 30 July 36 ; LL-CoL 12 Doc. 43 ; CoL 20 June 64. 
Alexander Jardine, Ens. p 22 April 26 ; Lieut, p 26 Feb. 30 ; Capt. p 1 1 Mar. 36 ; 

Brev.'Mqj.Qtioy. 40; Af/y. 3 Apr.,40; Lt.-CoL^l June 49; roZ.28 Nov. 64. 
jAfi^ar*.— Charles Herbert, Btu. p19 Nov. 26; LietU. PlO Oct. 26; Capt. p27 

Sept. 33 ; Mf{jor, p26 April 46 ; Brev, Lieut. CoL, 20 June 64. 
Legeudre Charles Bourchier,^ ^Tm. p6 April 33; Lieut. P12 May 36; Capt. 

P20 July 38 ; Brev,'Major, 11 Not. 51 ; Mqjor, 12 De e. 61. 



Captains. 



I 



LIEUT. 



Edward KnoUys jPlSOct. 27 

William Campbell Mollan: PlO Jan. 40 
Charles E. P. Gordon' . . | 13 Dec. 33 
B. D.Wardlaw Bamsay,^. p 16 Dec. 40 



P 2 Nov. 30 
P 2 April 41 
P 17 Feb. 37 



CAPTAIN. 



P 17 Feb. 37 
P 13 Oct* 43 
P 26 Apr. 46 



Aug. Thomas Hotham 
William Brookes . 
John Hamilton Cox 
Thomas Clement Dunbar^ 
Edward Wm. John Knox 
Alexander Chancellor . . 

Robert Blackall' 

Richard Dawson' 

Lieutenants. 
George William Muriel . . 

Browning Drew 

Wm. John Jas. Smith .. 
Rodney Payne O'Shea . . 
JohuR. S.FitzGcrald .. 

John Nolan 

Thomas Milles, Ac(j 

Richard Barter 

John Robertson Turnbull 
I David William Martin 

Alfred Harrison 

Charles Compton Abbolt 
Charles Robert Rivers . . 

Henry Cowell 

Ernest Le Pelley 

Leopold Brown 

William Henry Urquhart 
Chas. Augustus Daniell' 



Pll Mar. 36 

n Jan. 33 

PlO Oct. 34 



1 Apr. 42;P81 Mar. 43 
P 18 Oct. 30 P 2 Aug. 44 
P 20 Oct. 46 P 18 Aug. 48 
P 19 Jan. 38' ^ "* 



P 6 Aug. 42 P 26 June 47 
Pll Jan. 39 P 12 Nov. 47 

16 Sept. 36 j 23 Jan. 48 
Pll July 37 Si 3Iar.48 

P26Apr. 61 

16 Mar. 63 



P21 May 41 



6 Mar. 40 
14 April 43 














iThomas Carlisle | p 17 Jan. 61 

I Edward Y illiers Briscoe . . ' P 1 8 Sept. 49 



24 June 42 
P 7 Mar. 46 
20 May 42 
16 July 41 
20 Mar. 44 
P 29 July 43 
P 26 Apr. 46 
28 Apr. 46 
14 Jan. 48 
I P 16 June 48 ! p 
'P26 Aug.48- 
22 July 42 
P 1 Sept. 48 
12 Jan. 49 
20 Oct. 49 
28 Apr. 46 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P18 Jan. 39 



29 July 46 

P 8 Jan. 47 

7 Sept. 43 

20 Apr. 44 

11 Feb. 46 

3 Apr. 49 

do. 

do. 



P 20 Feb. 62 
16 Mar. 63 
22 Dec. 64 



BREV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 
20 June 64 



i William Clive Justice 



Ensigns. 
Geo. C. Norris Faithfull 

William Crozier 

Charles Melville Pym .. 
Henry Hurford 



10 Dec. 62 



Pl4Mar. 61 
16 Apr. 62 

PlO June 63 
10 Jan. 62 



8 Colouel Hallifu lerred 
in the Kaffir campaign* of 1834 
and 95, under Sir Beniamin 
D'Urban (Medal). 

S Capt. Oordon sarTcd In Iho 

campaigns aKainik the Kaffir 

Tribtffl of Soutli AMca In 1834- 

33 (Medal). Alto a» Atiittant 

Engineer during 1837 and 1888, 

on the eastern frontier of the 

A -kK An) ^"^P* Colony; and employed 

4 May 40 , under Colonel Lewis* com- 

1 June 49 ' mandlng Rojal Engineers, to 

14 Jan Vi «'^cute a confidential surrey 

oivc"' Ta (trigonometrical and itatls- 

^ May 44 xica\) on that frontier. 

Pdl Oct. 61 4 Capt. Dunbar flerved with 

P 13 Apr. 62 ' ^^* ^1^"^ companies 08th Reg. 

07 A»J K9 I '<> ^^* ^^^^ under Sir Colin 

41 Aug. OZ I Campbell at the forcing of the 

29 Apr. 63 , Kohat Pass in Feb. I860. 

P 10 June 63 ' A Lieut. Danlell served In the 



Pin Anrll 40 I ^^^ ^^^- ^^ <>*« China Ez- 
P 10 April 4U , p^j,t,o„ (Medal), and was pre- 
P 23 June 64 , Mnt at the atuck and capture 
8 July 64 , of Amoy. Chusan, and Chin- 
P 20 July 66 ' *'*■"»•'•«• 

7 Captain Blackall serrod with the 40th 
Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the 
first taking of Chusan. 

8 Captain Dawson was attached to the 82Bd 
Regt. at the bati le of Hyderabad (Mfdal): and 
be wa« present with the 40th Regt. in the action 
of Maiian^porc, at which he was wounded 
(Medal). 



Paymaster.^lkiyid Francis Chambers, 26 Jan. 49 ; Ens. P31 Jan. 40; Lieut. 
A^utant.-^Lieut. Thomas Milles, 11 Feb. 48. [6 May 42. 

Quarter-Master.-^ ohn Dnnlop, 9 Feb. 49 ; En». 1 May 40. 
Surgeon. — James Coghlan, 28 Oct. 53 ; Assist. -Surg. 6 Oct. 41. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Archibald Henry Fraser, 21 Feb. 61. 
Augustus Frederick Turner, 26 July 63. 

Fflcln^j Yellow. — Agents^ Messrs. Barron and Smith. 



1 General Berkeley serred at the capture of Surinam in 1804 ; of the Danish Islands of St. Thomas, 
At. John, and St. Croix, in 1807 ; and of Martinique In 1800, Including the siege of Fort Bourbon. Me 
baa reeeired the War Medal with two Olaspa for Martinique and Ouadaloupe. 

% Valor Bourchier served with the I7lh throughout the campaign In AITghaoistan and Beloochlstan under 
Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of 0huinee( Medal) and of Khelat, at which laat he 
was twice wounded. 



179 



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76th Regiment of Foot. 



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tS<»rrIng at Hatifax, Kort 
Scotia. Depot, Jerwy. 
The Elephant, circamscribed « HINDOOSTAN*' "NIVB" ''PENINSULA." 
Colonel— If William Jenrols/ KH. Ens, 7 April 04; Lieyi. 8 Aug. 04; Copt. 

14 July 08 ; Mtyor, 19 Dec. 13 ; Lieut.-Coh 22 Sept. 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37; 

Mqjor-Oen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54; CoL 70th Foot, 10 May 53. 
Lieiit.'ColoneL — Joseph Clarke, Ens. 22 March 10; Zieut. pIO June 13; 

Capt. P24 Feb. 26 ; Mf^f. 26 June 33; Lt.-CoL 17 Sept. 39; C^. 11 Nov. 61. 
3fr(7or«.~Richard Gardiner, Ens. 12 May 14; Lieut. 29 Sept. 25; Capt. P6 

April 33 ; Mqjor, 11 Nov. 45; Breo. Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 
Robert Clifford Lloyd, ^tu. P30 Dec. 26; Xtauf . p 8 June 30 ; Cap^P3June 

36; Prep.-ilf£^'or,9 Nov. 46; Jlfa>ar, 3 Sept. 47 ; 5rer. Z^-Co/.20 June54. 



Captains. 
G.F.C.Scott «. c. 20 June 54 

Henry Brewster 

Collingwood Fenwick 
Chas. S. 3. Evans Gordon 
Henry Dalton Smart, «.. 
Morlcy S. Tynte Dennis 

Thomas Tydd 

Thomas William Cat or . 
Henry Hearne Lacy • • • 
Charles O'Donoghue. • • 

Wilford Brett, « 

John William Preston . 



LlBUTBNANTB. 

Benjamin Rising 

James Cumming Clarke 

JohnCummingClarke,^^/. 
Allen Noble Adams . . . . 
George Wcdilerbume' . . 

James Fox Bland 

John Geddes 

Henry Jeffery Robinson 
Charles Thos. Caldecott 

John Henry Tripp 

John Vincent 

Edward Wm. Fred. Acton 
William Boyd O'Halley 

ENsioir.9. 
George Edward Corrance 
Charles Cameron Lees 
John Aogastine Palliser 
Lake £. O'Connor .. 
John Bland Sawyer . . 
Henry Filkes Hooper. . 
Daniel Telfer AmoMi . . 
George Wm. Wiglesworth 
Mortimer Jas. Macdonald 
Frederick Grant « 



BNSION. 



26 Oct. 27 
P 18 Oct. 33 
P 4 Sept. 35 

12 Oct. 32 
P 31 Dec. 33 
P 18 Sept. 35 
P 3 June 36 

29 Dec. 46 
P 1 Feb 39 

29 Aug. 39 

P 29 May 40 

26 Jan. 44 



26 July 44 
P 28 Mar. 45 

11 Nov. 45 
P27 June 45 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P 8 Dec. 40 

25 Aug. 48 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 4 Apr. 51 
P 12 July 50 
P 2 May 51 

5 Dec. 51 
P 21 Jan. 53 



P 20 Jan. 54 

7 Juno 64 

P 1 Sept. 54 

3 Nov. 54 
29 June 55 

OJuly 55 
27 July 55 

4 Oct. 55 
P 9 Nov. 65 

14 Dec 55 



LIEUT. 



P 3 May 31 
P19 AKg. 36 
P 7 April 37 
P 3 Jane 36 
P25Acg. 37 
P28.VCV. 37 
P 19 Oct. 38 
P 30 July 47 
P 16 Apr. 41 
P 20 Dec. 42 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P13NOV.4C 



8 Dec. 46 

P 4 June 47 

3 Sept. 47 

P 3 Sept. 47 

P21 Dec. 49 

14 Oct. 51 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P22 April 53 

29 June ^ 

P 13 July 55 

P 23 Oct. 53 



CAPTAIN. IBRBY.-MAJ' 



P 1 July 36 

P 9 Nov. 39 

P 3 April 40 

P20 Dec. 42 

8 Jan. 43 

PIO Nov. 43 

3 Sept. 47 

P 12 Nov. 52 

6 June 54 

21 July 54 

29 June 55 

P 28 Dec. 55 1 



9 Nov. 40 
11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 51 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 



P<iy»Mi^«r.— Robert Thos. Ileam, 30 Sept. 61 ; Rns. 19 Aug 44; tt. 29 May 47. 

Adjutant. — Lieut, John Cumminir Clarke, 28 July 54. 

QuarterMaster.— Henry Tyler, 3 Sept. 47. 

Surgeon, — Robert Thomas Scott, 7 Aug. 46 ; Assist.' Surg. 15 July 36. 

Assistant' Surgeofis. — George Anderson Wilkinson, 17 Dec. 47. 

Duncan Alex. Campbell Fmser, M.D. 28 Oct. 53. 

Facings Red. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Lieat.'Oeneral JerroiR accompanied tlie 80th Regt. on tlie expedition to Hanorer in 1R05. In 1810 he 
was appointed to the itafT of Lord Blaynejr; accompanied him on the expedition to Malagt, and wat 
slightly wounded in the attack on the Portress of Prangcrola. In 1813 he was appointed to the ttaffof 
Sir Gordon Dnimmond, and embarked with liim for Canada, where, during tlio operations of that and 
tiie following year, he was present in almost every action fought with the American Army either in that 
ProTlnce or on the Frontier, including the storming of Fort Niagara, Lewistown, the attacks on Black 
Rock and Buffalo, operations against the forts and batteries of Osweao, and action of Lundy's Lane. He 
receive*! the brevet nink of Major for Bufiklo, and that of Lient.*Colonel for Luiidy*s Ijine. 

S lA. Wedderbnme served with the 24th Regt. during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-40, and was pre- 
font at the battle of Ooojcrat (Medal and one Clasp). . / ^^ ^i ^ , .^ 

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Eastern Army, 10 March 54.1 
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11th ( Tlie East Middlesex) Regt. of Foot. 180 

The PfftM^ ^ the PHnet of fTaJM.—" 8BBIK6APATAM " "CIUDAD RODRIGO'* "BADAJOZ'* 
-PENINSULA- "ALMA" "INKERMAN" - 8BVA8TOPOL.- "ADAJOZ 

Colonel.— Tf George Leigh Goldie,» CB. JS^iu. 3 Sept. 03; Lieut. 14 Mar. 05; 

Capt, 4 Dec. 06; Mqfor, 20 June 11 ; Ideut.^Col, 12 Aug. 19 : Col. 10 Jan 

37; Mc^.'Gen. 9 Nov. 46; lA.-Gen. 20 June 64 ; Col. 77ih Foot, 22 Dec. 64. 
LUut.-CoUmels.—^xibQTt Jocelyn Straton,* CB. Em. 10 Jan. 28; Lieut P18 

Jan. 33; Capt. p26 Apr. 39; Mt^or, P18 Aug. 48; Breo. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 

54 ; Lt.'Col. 9 Mar. 55. 
George Dixon,' CB. Ens. p 30 Dec. 28 ; Lieut, p 26 Dec. 34; Capt. P 29 Nov 

89; Major, P27 Dec. 50; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 54; Lt.-Col. 20 April 55' 
4f<y<»"*.— William Forbes, Ens. p2 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. 11 Aug. 35 ; Capt. p7 Feb. 

45 ;lf^'. 29 Dec. 54. ' *^ 

Hon. Aug. Geo. Charles Chichester, Ens. p 19 Feb. 41 : Z^ p 22 Nov. 42 • Cant 

P3Aug.49; Jf<|/. p 6 July 55. ' ^ 



Captains. 
Geo.Harry8nuth Willis,** 
Henry Robert Garden* . . 
William Rickman^., 

Henry Kent 

Rich.G.Amher8tLuard,^«. 
W. Moles worth Coin Acton 
Henry Alfred Macdonald. 
Edward Henry Chawner" 
Wm. Joseph Carden^^ .. 
Rd. Butler Willington '^ 
Frederick John Butts" . . 
Wm. N. Morris Orpen ** 
Matthew Wm. Dickson *« 
Edward Morton Long . . 

Bernard Morgan 

George Garden*" 

Lieutenants. 
Hon. John Colbome .... 
H. M. Lamont Colquhoun 
George Rdwai-d Leggett '* 
John Marsh Simpson ** . . ' 
Robert Philip Armstrong '*'! 
Wm.Tlio.ExhamFosbery'* 
John Fenton B. P. Dodd *" 
Thomas Peter Harvey **. . 

James M. Daly 

Marcus A. Waters,^ Ai^;. 

William Minister 

Arthur Charles Croker *" . 
Herbert Fred. L. Browne 
Wm. Seward Le Feuvre 
John George Skene . . • 
Wm. M. Dixwell Alderson 
Charles B. KnowW^ 

Sydney Smith 

Aubrey Thomas Butts 
Phil. Secklemore Dauncey 
Joseph Dooley .... 
Charles Bertram Saunders 
William James Wanklyn . 
Harcourt Mort. Bengough 
Rowland Brodhurst Hill, 
Robert Arthur Rising . . 
Basil Henry Browne .... 

Ensigns. 
Frederick John Adam . . 
Nathaniel John Peach . . 
Frederic Duncan Mant *' 
Edward Standish Baker . 
Henry Stewart Weigall . . 
Richard Butler, Clarice . . 
John Henry Blakeney . . 
John Lenthal Davids. . . . 

John Jordan 

Cecil Percival Stone .... 
William Nassau Whitty . . 

John Wordsworth 

Henry Reginald Bate . . 



ENSIONS. 



P 23 Apr. 41 

Pll Nov. 42 

P 12 Sept. 48 

P 8 Aug. 45 

6 July 45 

P 17 -Sept. 50 

30 Dec. 40 

P 13 Feb. 52 

5 Dec. 51 

P 16 Apr. 52 

P18 Mar. 53 

P 14 May 53 

22 Apr. 53 

16 June 64 

11 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 

5 Aug. 48 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 64 
P 20 Sept. 63 
!P25Fob. 48 
Pll Mar. 63 
13 Oct. 54 
27 Oct. 54 

4 Nov. 54 
26 Jan. 55 

5 Nov. 54 

30 Nov. 54 
1 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 54 
29'Dec. 54 

P 16 Jan. 55 

20 Feb. 55 

23 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 

15 Mar. 55 

21 Feb. 55 

22 Feb. 65 
P 21 Mar. 55 
P 22 Mar. 55 
P 24 April 55 

23 Mar. 55 
1 May 55 

11 May 55 
15 May 55 
25 May 55 

5 July 55 

6 July 55 
3 Aug. 55 

10 Aug. 55 

31 Ang. 55 
9 Oct. 55 

6 Nov. 65 

7 Nov. 55 

8 Nov. 65 

9 Nov. 55 



LIEUT. 



P30Aug. 44 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P23 Aug.60 
P14 May 47 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 10 Nov. 43 
P25 Feb. 53 

6 June 54 
P13 May 53 
P 18 Aug. 54 

27 Sept. 54 
P 18 Aug. 64 

7 Oct. 54 

5 Nov. 54 

6 Nov. 64 

P 14 Mar. 51 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

19 Jan. 55 
6 June 54 

2 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 65 
9 Feb. 55 

P 23 Feb. 55 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 65 
9 Mar. 55 
9 Mar. 65 
Mar. 56 

20 Apr. 65 
20 Apr. 55 

P 25 May 65 

P25May 55 

P 5 June 55 

24 July 55 

4 Sept. 55 

9 Sept. 65 

3 Oct. 55 
P 9 Oct. 65 

9 Nov. 65 
9 Nov. 55 



CAPTAIN. 



BHBV.-MAJ. 

12 Dec. 64 

2 Nov. 55 

24 Apr. 55 

2 Nov. 55 



P27 Dec. 50 

P 25 July 61 

P24 Mar. 64 

27 Sept. 54 

P2dNov. 52 

29 Dec. 54 

20 Jan. 65 

2 Feb. 55 
P 2 Mar. 55 

20 Apr. 65 

20 Apr. 65 

P 5 June 65 

24 July 65 

9 Sept. 65 

3 Oct. 55 
9 Nov. 65 



1 Lleut.-General Goldleienrsd 
in the Peninsula from March 
1809 to Not. 1819, incladlng: 
the panage of the Douro, battles 
of Talavora, Busaco, Albuhera, 
Vittoria, and the Pjrreneet. 
besides man/ other minor ac- 
tions and skirmishes. Sererely 
vounded in the Pyrenees on 
the 90th July 1819, by n musket* 
ball which is still lodged in the 
lungs~this wound was long con- 
sidered mortal. He has reoeWed 
the Gold Hedal for Albuhera, 
and the Silver War Medal with 
four Clasps for Talarera, Bu* 
saco, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 



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Pavf^uMltfr.— Wm.Fortet<me8eoU,»18 Jan.64} JEpm.16 Jttlya; XM8F4b.4S. 
AtSutant—LUut. Marcus Antonins Waten,** 10 Not. 66. 
Quarter^Master.-^HwTy BUnett » 8 No?. 64. 

^ur^Mfi.— BdwaM Jame* Franklyn,** 16 May 66 } Auiit-Sura. 19 Oct. 49. 
AsHitant'Surge^m.'^JLoberi GraTM Biirtoii,*^ M.D.,S4 Fab. 64. 

Alexander Humfrey, 88 April 64. 

William Tboaui Paliokigiii, 1 Sepi« 64. 

Facinifi YeHow.-^Agtnti, MeMn. Alex. F. WOfgwty k Sons. 



4 tt.-Col. 8tr«toa Mrvecl Um Eastam oampalf n of 18M-M, iDcIudiaf ikt batttct •f Atat nd Inktr'* 
mm nal tlegt of 8€lbutopol (KedAl aad daapiy and CB.X 

a LU-Colonel DIzoa Mrred th« £wtenl eun^gB of 1854 trlth flr« TTtll Reft., laohidf Af Ui« b^tUttfiit 
lao Afaaft and I»k«raiaa, aad ti«t« off SebMtofiol (H«dal md OltlM). 

A lli^or WiUla lerrad fbo tMtera Mimaica of ISM-M^ InolwiNi Am kaMlM of aitta aad InkAnian* 
aad tiege of Ubftatopol (XCadal nod Claapi). 

6 Mi^or H. H. Cardan Mrved ffta Batters euaygXin of 1864-65, Indading (he batllei of Alma and ln« 
kerman, and ilaga of Sebaetopol (Uedal aad Claape). 

7 Captain Rlrkman terred al tlM ilaga of Sebaetopol from Nor. 1864, tneluilag tko iMrfle oa the tSnd 
March 1860 (Medal and Oam). 

M^ior Loard ftert«d at tha tfege of Sebastopol fk-om March 1866 (Medal and Chsp). 

11 Gape ChaMraer iervad the Saafern campaign of 1864-65, Includltrg the hattlee df Alma and Inker<* 
man, siege of Setortepol, and eaMav« of the eoemy'a Hlfle Plte on the 10th April 1866 (Medal aad Ciaipt). 

12 Capt. W. i. Cavden eerred k the EMterai evnpMga at the tlege af S«haitopol (Madal aad Cla»p). 

18 Capt. wnUagton mrred the £a«tern campaign of I864-66» including the baltlea of Alma and Inker* 
man, and siege of 0ebast<MK>l (Medal and Claepa). 

14 Capt. BaKe lervtd the SMtenr campaign of 1864-66, idelvdtng the MCfeff of AHaa and Inkcrman, 
siege of Sebattopol, and attack on the Kedan on the Sih Sept.>-seTerely wovnAed (Meant and Clasps). 



16 Capt. Orpen serred at tho siege of SebasUpol in 1866 (Modal and Clasp). 

16 Captain Dickson served in the Bastern campaign of 1864-66, including ihe battles of Alma and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol until tfererely wonnded 8th Jane (Medtfl and Cla»ps). 

18 CapUln Geo. Garden, Lieols. Strnpion, Oodd, Hflvrey, Cfoiwf, Knenrlet, sNM im. Meat tenred aft thd 
aloge of Sebastopol in 1866 (Medal aad Clasp). 

10 Lieut. Leggett served at the siege of SeWatopol in 1868, and was wounded at the attack on thd 
Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal aad Clasp). 

SO Lieut Armstrong served at the siege of flcbaelopol from Jaaa 1866, tad was wonadid (Medal and 

91 Lievt. Fosbery mrved at the siege of Sebastopol finem July 1866, aad was dangerously wounded— 
loft lea amputated (Medal and Clasp). 

tt Lieat. Waters served with the 8ard Regt agahitf the HHl Tribes on the western frontlert of India 
la 1861-60. Served with the 77tb Rsft. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1866^ aad was preaeat at the assaulft 
ca the 18th June, and engaged at the stormiag of the Redan on the 6lh Sept.^seveffel7 ooatusod (Modal 
and Chap). 

S5 Faymatler Seott, Qr.-Masfer BMsset, Atslst-Sorgeons Burton and Humfrey served the Baitem cann 
paika of^ (864-66, Incfudln^ the battlm of Alma aad InkeruMui, and sfege of Sebastopol (Medal aad Clasps). 

98 Surgeon Pranklyn served the Bastern campaign of 1864-66» was at BaiaklaTa atteadlag on the 
woundisd during the cavaAry action theia; aad was plaeed in charge of the Russian woaaded after tho 
battle of lokerman; and served with the 77th Regt. before Sebastopol (Medal aarf Clasps). 



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*' CtUdUh'n nhV'-^The iffep^iinf, superscribed "isS A YE" "MAIDA" "JAVA." 

Co/one/.— t^ aii <^tr William Chalt^ersS CB. KCH. :Bns. 9 July 03 , Lieut. 25 

Oct.03; Ca;i^27 Aug.07; Arq;or,26Aug.l3; Xi>ur>Co/.18Jonel6;Co/.10Jaii. 

37 ; Mqjor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; U.-Oen. 20 June 64; Co2.78th Foot, 30 Sept. 63. 
X^.C(y2».— Walter Hamilton, J5:n#. 1*28 Jan. 19; I.f. P16 Apr. 24; Capi.Pl5 

Mar. 33: Brn.-M<tf. 9 Nov. 46; Mqfor, PlO Dec. 47 ; Lt.^CoL S Oct. 49; 

Cd. 28 Not. 64. 
Henry William Stisted,^ Sns. p 4 Dec 35 ; Lieut. p29 Sept. 38 ; Capt. P29 Apr. 

42 ; Mqfor, P26 May 48 ; Lt.-Col. P 19 April 60; CoL 28 No?. 64. 
ilffl^'ort.— Htary Hamilton, JB^. p13 Aug. 29; Lieut. P29 Not. 33; Capt. 

P29 April 42 ; Mqfor, P 19 April 60. 
Colin Campbell M'lntyre, Etu. 9 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 17 July 28 ; Capt, p28 Apr. 

37; Afq;gr, 19 June 60. 







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Captains. 
John Fowden Haliburton 

Peter Qrehan' 

George Henry Hunt .... 
Jas. Duncan MdcAndrcw^ 
Grteme Alex. Lockhart 
Thos. R. Drummond Hay 

Alex. Mackenzie 

Douglas Hastings 

John Henderson* ...... 

Thomits Adams 

L. Plevdell Bouverie .... 
Robert B. Artlinr Purtis 

LtElTTENANTS. 

Wm. McGregor Archer. . 
HowardDouglasCampbell 
T hoi^as Anderson ...... 

Robert Bogle 

H .Taylor Macpherson , A dj 
Duncan D. Grahame. . . . 

Josepli Webster 

Horatio Gillmore ...... 

John Shneon Fran. Dick' 
Joseph P. H. Crowe .... 

Arthur Cassidy 

John Hunter 

A . Wickham Pym Weekes 
Andrew Cathcart Bogle 

John Finlay 

Alexander M'Leod 

Hugh Grogan Davidson 
George Digby Barker . 
Melville Aug. Walker . , 
Frederick Heury Walsh 

John Swanson , 

Ensioks. 
Montagu Alex. Kirby . . 

Hugh Siinpsoa 

James Sinclair ........ 



S5SX01fS. 



P 16 Feb. 33 
P 8 April 26 
P 8 Jan. 36 
P 16 Mar. 39 
P 8 Dec. 37 
P 2 Aug. 39 
p 7 Feb. 40 

20 Mar. 40 
P 18 April 46 
P 20 Aug. 44 
p 7 Sept. 41 
Pll May 39 

P 1 April 42 
9 April 42 

23 May 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 

28 Feb. 46 
P 6 Mar. 47 
Pl6Dec.47 

31 Mar. 46 
Pll Dec. 47 

27 Oct. 46 
P17N0V. 48 

21 May 47 
P 6 Oct. 48 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 14 Feb. 61 

17 Sept. 60 
11 July 61 
p 21 Jan. 63 
P18 Aug. 62 
p 18 Mar. 63 
P 11 Oct. 63 

P 22 Dec. 64 

3 Aug. 66 

30 Not. 66 



LIBUT. 



P 28 Apr. 37 

26 Not. 30 

P 9 Nov. 38 

P 21 May 41 

8 April 42 

P 5 Not. 41 

8 April 42 

8 April 42 
2 Dec. 46 

P 19 Mar. 47 

28 Dec. 42 
P 16 May 40 

24 Oct. 44 

29 Nov. 44 
P 10 Dec. 47 
Pll Dec. 47 

13 July 48 
P 26 Sept. 48 
P 6 Oct. 48 

31 Dec. 49 
P 19 Apr. 50 

17 Sept. 50 
P 14 June 50 ; 
6 Dec. 50 ; 
P 14 Sept 62' 
P18Mar. 63i 
P22 DtiC. 54 

9 Feb. 55 
9 Feb. 55 

P 16 Mar. 65 
6 Julv 55 

P 21 Sept. 55 
4 Oct. 55 



CAPTAIir. BRBT.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 61 



24 Oct 44 

P 18 Sept 40 

12 May 48 

P 6 Oct 48 

Pl9Apr. 60 

P 17 Not. 48 

15 Mar. 53 

15 Mar. 63 

P 18 Mar. 53 

4 Mar. 63 

P 22 Dec. 64 

4 Oct. 55 



S CoIoMl StUtc4 unred with the 
Qnaen't BovaU d^urinf fhe cam- 
pt^gn in Aij^MuiltUa md Beloo- 
ehutao aa4«r Lord Kmbc, inclnd. 
iaf the Btorm and etDture of Ghua- 
aac (wounded) ud of KhaUu 
Medal for OhntMC. 

a M^or Oreban senred with the 
Queen'i aojralt throuthouf the eaa- 
pai(n in AfffhaniftaQ and Beloo- 
cbUtan under Lord Keane, aad waa 
prewDt at the ttorm and eapivie of 
Ohttxnee (Medal) and of Kbelat. 

4 Cant. MaeAndrcw acxved with 
the 40tli Reft, throng hout the ope- 
ratioai ia Caadahar in Af^aniwan 
ia 1841 and 41, aad has reeeived 
the Medal iaaeribed " Candahar, 
Ohoiaee. Cabool. 1841." 

i (^pt. HradertOD waif preaeat 
at tbe deftM «^ the in«uf|reoti at 
Maule on tbe f9tb July, durlaf the 
aupprettinn of tha reb«m«B la the 
Kandian province* ia Ceylon ia 
1848, and after wa^i eotamandod 
a detaebmeat in thote proviacea 
dttfiaf the whole time martial law 



6 Lleat DIek terred la the Crimea fkom 11th 
Mareh 18U oa the aUt of th« Lead Timaspoit 
Corpi, and aeeompaaied the espedltioa fo Kerleh 
aadTealkaleCHeddl). 




Paymod^er.—Joseph Wet>8ter^ 22 April 53; JBnt. 23 Not. 38. 
Afiljutant. — lAeut. Herbert Taylor Macpherson, 23 May 53. 
Quar^er-JIfa^er.— Patrick Canoll; 7 Aug. 46. 
Surgeon. — Joseph Jee, 23 J line 54; AuUiani'Surgeanf 15 Apr. 42. 
Aititt.'Surgeani.— Arthur Stewart Willocks, 3 Sept 47. 

Edward Kingsborough O'Neill, 14 July 64. 

Faeingt Buff. — Agents, Meaan. Cox & Co. 

Chalmen Mrrad la Slelly la 1806 aad 7 % eampalftti of 18da.9 In Portofal and Spain ; expedltioa to Wal- 

1 bomhaidmeat of Tlnahiagi at Cadia ia 1810 aad 11 1 aad all the aveeeedlaf Peatnnilar eampaitaa, in« 

benie of Bamaa, attack of the enemy otf the beif h^ near Moreteo, affair of Seahora dr la Peda, battla of 

aetloa of 8aa Muaoa, battle of vhtorla, attack at Maya, batUet of the Pyreaeea on tbe SOth and Sltt July. 

he eaemy ia hla attack of the helffhu of 8t. Aatealo, SUt 4ocuat. aftaek of tha eaemy*t fbrto aeat Sane. Bth 

' of NIf elie. beaidea a great aiauy aiinor aflUra and •kirmiibea oa the adeaaee to Madrid aad eapture of 

~ " " the ittUow 



He waa preaeat with the army ia tbe Penintula duriaf almoat all tbe kiegea. and was enfaaed ia 1 
J the retreat Arom Burgoi. rli. Olttoa, Moaaiterlo. bridge of Valladolid, and paa»age of the Hnehra. 8enr«d 
Nelberlaada ia 1814 aad 18, lacladlag the battle of Waterloo, eaptvie ofTdria, aad poAerlor ^ritieai ia 

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79th Regt. of Foot (Cameton Highlanders). 



rEiit. Anny,4May 54, 
L I>«1N>t, Aberdeen. 
EOMONT-OP-ZBB,**— The flipWnr. »• EGYPT" "FUENTKB ITONOR" "SALAMANCA'* •• PTEE- 
NEBS" ••NIVELLE" "NIVB" "TOULOUSE- " PENINSULA" •• WATEELOO" •« ALM A" 
, "SEVASTOPOL." 

>£I!L' CoZ0n«{.— y WilUam Henry Sewell,' CB., En». 27 March 06 3 Lt. 26 Feb. 07 ; 

CapU 12 March 12; Mcfj, 3 March 14; Zt.-Col. 21 Jane 17; Col. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Mqf.'Oen,9 Not.46; X^.G^en.20 Jane54; Co/.79th Foot, 24 March 54. 
Lieut, -CoU.^John Douglas,' CB., Ens. p 6 Sept. 83 ; X*.p8 July 86; Capt.^S 

JunBAl',Brev..Mqj. 1 Nov. 42; itfq;. P24 Dec. 62; Brw.Lt.-CoL 20 June 

64 ; Lt.'Col. 18 Aug. 64. 
Richard C. H. Taylor,* J?n#. 11 Dec. 35; Xi^u^. p29 Mar. 39; Capf.P23 Aug. 
' 44; Afqfor, 8 Aug. 64; Lieut.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
Afq;or«.— Robert Douglas Clephane/ Ens. p 8 June 88; Lieut, p 18 Sept. 40; 

Capt. P 11 Apr. 46 ; Mtifjor, 13 Aug. 64. 
William M<Call,« Ens. p 29 Mar. 39 ; Lieut. p8 June 41 ; Capt. p 14 Not. 46 ; 

M(^. 12 Dec. 54 ; Brewt Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. 66. 



Half 
Pay. 































































Captains. 
Thomas Bromhead Butt . 
Wm. Chauval Hodgson^ 

Henry Murray* 

Henry Wotlon Campbell^ 
Keith Ramsay Maltland<< 
Alex.Cockburn M'Bamet^ 
George Murray Miller' . . 
I W.Cnningh.Cuniughame' 
I Edward William Cuming^ 
I Hy. Holford Stevenson,**. 
James Herbert Freme' . . 

I PhiUp Perdval* 

i Francis Charles Turner? 
I Qeorgc Alex. Harrisson 
; James Henry Wyatt .... 
Donald Hay M'Bamet*. . 

LlBUTENANTS. 

James Bell' 

Francis Gore Curric*. . .. 
John Macdonald Leith' . . 
George Thomas Scovell 

Donald McDonald" 

David Cant? 

William Henry Mackesy* 
> Celestine George Durant 
' John Edward Allen* .... 
Ijohn Miller M<Nair».... 
I Wm. John M. Crawfurd" 
j Havilland J. De Carteret' 
' James Young,* a4;< 
i Wm. Barclay G. Cleather' 
. Fra.Pemberton Campbell' 

William McGill* 

Chas. Edward McMordo" 

I Edward Gawne 

\ Rich. B. Roland Bedford 
Edward Everett.... 
Neil Campbell' .... 
DougUs AUeyne' . . 

George Smith 

Ensigns. 
Theophilus Rt.Howkins' 
Herbert Burrows Adcock 

Arthur Walker 

Wm. Buxton Robertson 
WilUam Alexander Dobie 
James Dixon Mackenzie 
Armoric Russell McGwire 

Robert Stewart 

R. P.O. P., /^<iLoQth 
Albert Newby Clay . . . 
Thomas Ballard Doogal 
James Bell Campbell ... 
Garden Duff 



BN3I6N. 



3i\pril40 
P 18 Sept 40 
P 1 June 41 
Pl4AprU43 
p 4 July 46 

19 Aug. 42 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 26 June 46 
P 24 July 46 

29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 9 July 62 
P23 Nov. 62 
P 20 Sept.44 
P 21 Jan. 63 



lilBUT. I CAPTAIN. 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



P 2 Aug. 42 P 2 Apr. 47 
P 10 Feb. 43 P 11 June 47 

23 Aug. 43 P 12 Dec. 61 
P 4 July 46 P 22 Oct. 62; 
P 26 Aug. 46 P 24 Dec. 52 

28 Nov. 46 iP 10 Mar. 64! 
P 2 Apr. 47 P 4 Aug. 64' 
P 31 Dec. 47 18 Aug. 54 1 
Pdl Mar. 48 1 8 Oct. 64' 
P 24 Dec. 62 29 Dec. 64' 



2 Nov. 65 



P 3 Mar. 64 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 
8 Aug. 64 

P 26 June 46 
11 Aug. 64 



Dec. 64 1 
P27Mar.66j 
P 16 June 66 1 
P 13 July 66 > 
P 3 Aug. 66 
7 Sept. 66 



P 3 Mars 64 13 Aug. 64 

P 3 Mar. 64 22 Aug. 64 

P17 Mar. 54 p 6 Oct. 54 

6 June 64 8 Oct. 64 

6 June 64 1 Dec. 64 

10 Aug. 64 8 Dec. 54 

11 Aug. 64 8 Dec. 64 
P24NOV. 52 29 Dec. 64 
P 13 May 53 19 Jan. 66 
P 18 Aug. 64 OFeb. 66 
P 26 Aug. 64, 9 Feb. 56 
P 26 Nov. 53 9 Feb. 66 

2 Oct. 54 9 Feb. 66 
13 Oct. 54 9 Feb. 66 

3 Nov. 64 9 Mar. 66 
6 Nov. 64: 9 Mar. 66 

17 Dec. 64 < 9 Mar. 66 

P 16 Jan. 66 20 July 66 

19 Jan. 66 ; 7 Sept. 66 

1 Mar. 55 I P 14 Sept. 65 

22 Feb. 56 j 21 Sept. 66 

23 Feb. 66 P 2 Nov. 65 
28 Mar. 66 p 7 Dec. 66 



28 Feb. 66 
2 Mar. 56 
9 Mar. 66 

16 Mar. 65 

6 Apr. 65 
10 Apr. 66 

Pll May 66 
P 13 July 56 
P 3 Aug. 66 

7 Sept. 66 
P 14 Sept. 66 

29 Aug. 55 
P28 Dec. 66 



1 Lu-Oen. SeweU wm appolalcd 
Aidc<de-Caiap to Oeneral Bcreafoird, 
and proMcded witii the expcdUlon 
that Irn KnrlaDd in 1807. Joined 
the Dukr of WeUinfton'i anny la 
Portugal Id 1809. Was pnsnt wIUi 
Sir John Moore's anny la Its advanea 
and in Its retreat to Comnna. Was 
wlUi the Duke's Head Qnartert 
through the Peninsular war as Aide. 
de-Camp to Lord Bcnsftwd, and 
was present at the hattlcs ofOomana. 
Talarera (actions on the Coa and 
Affufda, with Uic Light DlrWon). 
Basaeo. the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
Badsjoa, and St. Sebastian, batUes of 
the NIveUe, Nlve, betora Bayonne 
(10th. 11th, and ISth Occ), Orthcs, 
and Toulouse, besides Cavalry allktra 
and tklnnishcs. Had six bones killed 
and wounded under him in gcnertf 
aeUoos. Has received the War Medal 
with tan Clasps. Scrred twtnty-eigfat 
years in India. 



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PayifMM^er.— John Comes," 6 Nov. 47; Qr.-ilfr. 26 June 41 ; Com#/, 2 Oct. 46 ; 
/IcD'uton^.— XttfK^ James Young, 2 Oct. 64. [X^ P23 March 47. 

Quarter-Matter, — Kobert Jameson/ 11 May, 49. 

Surgeon.—ThomaB Goldie Scot,*' M.D. 18 Feb. 63 ; Asiist.-Surg. 14 Dec. 41. 
AssUt.' Surgeons, — James Nicholas Bell,*-* 1 April 63. 

Edward Louis Lundy,^ 7 April 64. 

Andrew Knox Drysdale,*' 24 March 64. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

8 LieuL-Colonel Dougla* terred the £a<torD campaign of 18M-55, inrluding the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, siege of Sebiulopol, and expedition toKertchand Yonikalo (Medal and Clasp'i, and CB.). 

9 Lleui.-CoIwnel Tavlor served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battles of Ahna and 
BttlRklava, and sit^ge uf Seba^iopol (Mfcol and Clatp^). 

4 M^or Cl<phaiie,L>.-€ol. M'Coll, Major Hodgson. Captains Campbell, A. C. M'Barnet, Cuming, SterenvoD, 
and Pereival, Lif ut«. Currie, Young, and M'Gill, Quarter- Master Jameson, and Assist.-$iirg. Lundy (wounded 
III the trenches 29ih July), served the Kastem caiupatgn of 1854-65, including the hsiiles of Alma and Bala- 
klava, si«ge of beba>topol, and expedition to Kerlch nnd YeniVale (Medal and Clu»ps). 

5 CapUins Murray and D. H. M'Barnel (irouuded in the trenches 9f4ih Aug.) served on the expedition to 
Kertch and Yenikale, and subsequently at the siege uf Svbastopol (Medal and Clavp). 

Oapiains Maitland, Miller, Cuninghaice, and Freme, served the Eastern ca ■ paign of 1H64, indading 
the battles of Alma and Ralaklava, and sltgeof Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Captain Turner and Lieut. Cant servpd the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, Including the battles of Alna 
and Balaklava, and siega of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Lfeuts. Bell and Leith served the £a&teni campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava, tlege 
of Sebastopol, and ezpcditiun to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal and Clasps). 

Lieuts. M'Donald, Mackesy, Allen, M*Nalr, Crawfurd, Dh Carteret, Cleather, F. P. Campbell, M*Mnrdo 
V. Campbell, AUeyne, and Howkins, served at the siege of Sebastopol from June 1865 (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Paymaster Cornes served vith the5drd Begt. in the campaign on the SutleJ In 1846 (Medal and Clasps), 
and commanded the rear-guard at Buddiwal wlien cut off by the enemy's cavalry, and effected his retreat 
In an orderly manner in the face of the entire Seik cavalry, — his conduct on this occasion afterwards 
elicited the Duke of Wellington's " cordial approbation and thanks for tlie gallantry and Judgment he 
displayed In protecting the ba?gage and sick in the movement towards LoodJana, when attacked by a 
Jaige force of the enemy on ti.e illst January." He was also present at the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon. 
At Buddiwal he was wounded in the leg, and his horse waa shot under him. Served with the 77th Regt the 
Intern campaign of 1854, Including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

Id Surgeon Scot and Assist. -Surgeon Drysdale served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, lacludiog the 
battle of Alma, and sii-ge of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

14 AsalsL-Surgeon Bell served the i!:asteni campuign of 1854*55, including (he battle of BaUklava and 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 



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80/A Regt of Foot {Staffordshire Volunteers). 



[Head Quarton, 
Aldenbot. 



The £!pJkte«, with the words "EGYPT' 



'MOODKBB' 



' FEBOZBSHAH" " SOBBAON" 



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Teara'Serr. 



61 



Full 
Pay. 



25 
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16 
16 
12 
10 
11 
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10 

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4 

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Pay. 






Colonel.— ^Wi Thomas Wm. Robbins,* En». 26 gept 06; Lt, 6 May 08; 

Capt, 26 May 05; Jf<^(/or, ^ Dec. 18; Lt.-CoU 24 Oct. 21 ; C;i?Z. 10 Jan. 

87; Mqjor-Gen, 9 Nov. 46; LU-Oen. 20 June 64; Col. 80th F. 12 Mar. 66. 
Lieut. 'CoUmeL~-QeoT%e Hutchison,! LieuU 14 July 14; Cap^P26 July 27; 

Brev.'McfjoTy 23 Nov. 41 ; ilfq/or, 27 Sept. 42 ; lAeuU-CoUVl June 60; CoL 

28 No?. 54. 
ilf<i;or«.— Samuel Tolfrey Christie,' ^n#. p22 Jan. 36; Lieut, p 13 July 88; 

Capt. 28 Aug. 46 ; Mqjor, 31 Oct. 6^. 
Anthony Ormsby/ J&fw. P13 July 38; Lieut. p2 July 4I; Ca;)^ 26 Dec. 46; 

Mqjor, 28 July 64. 



Captains. 

Robert Hawkey* 

Edward Hardinge' .... 

George Dean Pitt 

Cha. FitzGerald Studdert' 
BAHoldlchCB»'^.a8 Hay M 
Astell Thomas WeUh^^ .. 
George Samuel Young*® 
Hamilton Charles Smith*^ 
HonJohnHoweM.Browue 
Bliss John Hume» 
Herbert Morris • • • • < 
Frederick Miller".. 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Charles Frederick Amiel" 
James John Dudgeon . . . 
Donald Maclean Fraser*' 
Jas. L.WinniettNunn»7 

C.H.T.BrucedeBuvignes*' 
William Paterson*^. . 
George 8ulliYan»« .. 
William Whitehead" 
Erasmus Borro\ve8»*®il£&'. 
T. C. BelmorcS t G eorge*%r 
F. Brown Numa Craufurd 
Horatio Pettus Batcheler 
William Picton Mortimer 
Hen. Hungerford St. Leger 
Henry George Pattiason . 

Bnsions. 
Robert James Maxwell . 
William Gordon Treror 
Hugh B.B. Leveson Gower 
F. FitzClarence Goddard 
Wm. Beaver B. Christie 

William Maclean 

Samuel George Huakisson 
Henry Grattan ...... 

Anthony Robert Keogh 
George Weir Cosent 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



P 2 Dec. 31 , 8 July 37 

P 11 Jan. 40,P31 Dec. 41 

11 Oct. 39 19 Jan. 44 

P 22 Apr. 42 P 24 Nov. 43 



2 July 41 1 

P21 May 41 

16 July 41 

8 Oct. 44; 



26 July 44 
26 July 44 
26 July 44 
24 pec. 46 
11 Dec. 46 



27 Feb. 46 

11 Nov. 46. P 17 Mar. 48 

P 10 June 46 p 19 Jan. 49 

]6M9y 46 P 4 April 46 



P 16 May 46 P 26 Sept. 46 
20 Mar. 46{p22D^c. 48 
8 May 46} 10 June 49 
20 Oct. 47 



CAPTAIN. |BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 11 Oct. 44 

p 22 Dec. 48 

P 4 May 49 

P 4 May 49 

P 22 Feb. 60 

17 Oct. 62 

31 Oct. 62 

1 May 53 

6 June 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

P 24 June 68 

I Pep. 64 



2 Aug. 60 



1 Lt.-G^eTvl Boliliiiit ferved 

__ in Btckly ii^ ] 800-7 nith the lit 

p «xa Pi»h fin Brigfti'? ur nuHrdb undw Sir 

«n T 1 4ft!« o i JO John >fooru. Subwqg^Uy wllh 

30 July 46 1 P 9 Nov. 49 the 7ih IIuim™ in itie E>raIntuU 
11 Dec. 46 I 13 Oct. 6] |and fraccc ia Uiq Cnimpalgni of 



9 Jan. 49 

22 Aug. 49 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P29 Dec. 46 
P21 Sept. 62 

23 Nov. 62 

24 Nov. 52 
P18 Aug. 64 
P 24 Aug. 64 



Pdl Oct. 61 1^^'^ ^^^^ '^' including the i(l« 

nt' jeo vestmui I 4 1] d fi urrf n de r of Ptm» 

I May 63 and r<<u]Duii^t »Kli leireral (n- 
PIO Nov. 48 teriJkt'dbiQ afivlr» of putpost*. 

A Tuna R± Sefn^fl ^fiio hi Fh.ndcrt In 1815 
« t kt '^t'h ihe 7lh Hueian ; wm pre- 

June 64 gent at Quatre Braa, oom- 

I I Aug. 64 manded a tquadron of Um Rear 

1 Dec 64 O^i^ *D ^> '^^^' at Q«nappc, 
D 1 T....1 Rc *l*o '^^ ^0 battle of Waterloo, 
P i J une 00 ^he,^ hg ^„ MTerelf wounded. 

He hat rectived the War Medal 



P 26 Aug. 54 ^th two Claapt for Orthet and TooIoom. 
P31 Aug. 54 1 
P 1 Sept. 54 

2 Sept. 64 

13 Oct. 54 

1 May 66 

15 May 65 , 

16 June 55 
5 July 55 , 

2 Oct. 661 



Poyntiu^er.— Wellington Browne, 1 July 66 ; Q.M. 22 April 63. 
At^utant. — Lieut. Eraamua Borrowes,^ 8 April 63. 
Quarter- Jlfo^^er.— William Maloney, 23 Oct. 66. 

Surgeon. — William Nelson Irwm,*> 3 March 64; Aaiet.'Surg. 2 Dec. 42. 
Attitt'Surgeons. — ^Benjamin Lane, 23 July 62. 
Alfred Hoyte, 27 March 55. 

[Returned from Bengal, 16 June 1854.] 

Facings Yeilow,— Agent, E. 8. Codd, Eaq. 



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80M Jlegt. qfFoot {Staffordshire Volunteers). 186 

t LI.-C0I. ButdUnioD e^mnumded Uwb 80th in th« B«nii«M w»r from Bept. ItW aatU iU t«iBiattlo» te 
ISI^ nd was prMtnt at tb« eaptare of Ptoba (Modal)* 
11laiorCMM&fPnW«ithUMa&h|tagt.tlmNighiwttlM BamM war of lUS-M (lb«al) : mwbI at Um ewlvif aC 
ka oomnandcd the vtonBins party), at the operatioiM before feaBawm «b the iMi. llth, mk 14tk 
W tkimiAava Ib fimot of cha Hvfat r«M dariaf tha odfaMO ao Itoafooo, ai4 VM «i$ 



I {mUn ha co 
A p i a on the |4th aommaBdaA the tUmiAava Ib fimotof cha Hffat rue dviaf tha ULnmm ao Vnfooo, 

Iha rtvarittf party a( |he fopMN of the ipaat Oafoa PafBaa; alao preaeni at the captue or Pioaic, aai 

espccuki thaaks of the Ooremor-Oaiiefal c7 ladia in Coandl for his; Mrricee oa that aeeaaioa ; aad '— nrn-^ff the iaiji 
campaaics ofhii Reft, at the aAurof the aloekaiee o« lha halfhto oppoaita Pio««,lf Kof. lilS. 

4 H^ipr OraMby «afTf4 vHh tke lOth Begtafeat davh* tbe 9utlej eavpalgs of lft40, aad vu p*aa«»t at tbe oflSrir af 
Bnddlwal, aad in the battles of AUwsl and Sobraoo (Vedal and oae Clasp). Serred duriqt the Bunacae war of IMt^ 
and was present at the aisault and eaptnre of Pegn en 4Ch lune ISM, wbare he BBMBiaBtail the stomlac party \ com- 
MSBidad (ri «ie Patoda BUI stoekade at MartabaB «• the Bight of the IMi July 1161, wtenattwhad by ^ sMtap i a»d 
was also at the eaptare of Ptoom (Medal). 

• Capt. Hawkes serred la the Bfirmaie war of ISftS^I u Brigade Major to the seeeod Be^al Brigade, aad was pf*. 
aeat at Hie relief ef the garrlsoa of Peg«. aad 1b ike uibaeqiMBt operaUons agalast the eneny In that Tleialty ( Medal). 

t capt. Baidfaye was preseat wiUi tbe Mik Begl hi Cbe aetton of Makara|pare oa the I9tk Dec. ISa (Medal). 
Servfd wltk tha attk Begt. tbe taU^ easpalgn of )t4A-«, Mieliidi^ tk* battles of Noadkte ^d fobaaoa (Medal and ana 
Clasp). Also to tbe Banaese war o( lgU-tl» and was preseat st tke eapture of Proate and sobseoucBt nlgbi-attaek of 
tbe enemy on the helghu. OomiBaadcd a 4ctaehaent at tbe defenee of tbe post of Tooaaboo, fllnd Dee. 18&I, aad at 
sereral operatlens In Its Tiebilty in Jan. and Peb. lUI. Present at tbe eaplnre of (be talieaehsd poslUeii ef TWnah 
and at tbe destnictloa of Ike forac ef Moang-Sboe-Moang ( Medal). 

7 Cape ItiUdart aerved ia the itk l<aacera dnrinf the campaign in 184S-4 against Qwalior, Ineladiaf the hattlo 
of Pnaniar (Medal), aad the inrestment and sorreBder of Owalior. 

8 Uoot.-ColQ|iol Holdieh •orTtdaa JLide-dt-O^Mp lo Sir Bftrry SmiUi thPOBthooi the caaipBin oa the 
Satl^ (Modal and Clupt)i opd wag protont \u the battlet of Moodhoo, Ferozodiah (woundod), Mdlwal, 
▲liwal, and SobraoA (yoTerelj woaoded). lie serreU aliK» M Aldo-de-CTamp to Sir Hajrr }a tbo aeilon with 
and defeat of the Sebel Boon at ]loem PUaU (Sooth Afk>iea) 99 Aug. I8d8 { and la the Koflr caai- 
paigaa from 1889 to 1869 (Medal). He ierred with the 80tb RoflmoQt la the Baraiaao war of 1988 
(Modal), and waa with tbo eapoditiOQ voder Sir John Oheapo wgtimX tbo robbor chief M^attoon, and lae- 
eeeded to tbe commapd of tha rfcbt wlag at the aiMoU and eapture of bis atronfhold oa tbo |9Ui Mapch 
(appoiotod a CB,). 

9 Cape. Weteb serred whh the tOih Begt. to the Banaese war oT igaa^ (Medal) i iadndl^ the botobardaMOt of Baa- 
geen and snbeeqnent operations of tbe Ittb. litb, and Utb April, and eaflare ef tke grsat Dagoa Pegoda (wt|b tke 
steraring party) | bombardmeat and eaptoee e' Pvdom (specially thanked by the Oovcmor Oeneval ef ladU la Coaneil). 
n|ght«ttaek of tke enemy on tke eamp on tke kelgbts of Pnuae. and expedlUen toto the Poungdey distrlet iq feb» 
and Mai«hl861i 

10 Cape TooBg serred the tampeiga oa tbe latlal vlth tbeitth, laeludiag the battles of Moadheai Psrnnskik, find 
labiBiip (weaadad) i Madal aad two Clasps. 

IS CaptalB Hume, Ueols. f gtersoB and SulUvaa serred wUhtke gOik Begt. hi tke Bnnaeee war of 18A«^ (Medal), 
inrtndhai the bsasbaidawot apd aaptnie of Proaae aad lubscsiMnt apefattana. 

18 OH>taia MiUor lorved la the lagt Burmoae war, aad waaengaggd in tbo prlB«ipal aotloai (Medal), 

19 Uoot. Fraaei aervod with tb«80th Be{;(. in the Buripese war of 1852. and wm prcaont at the cwtBio 
ofMartahaa, la the operatlona bofore Bangoon on ifae )8th| 18th, aad i4tb April, aad ttormiiif or tbo 
Orcot Daffon Pagoda } algo at tbe capture of Prone (Medal). 

17 OaptalB Smith, Lleuta. Amlel, Munn (wooaded), and Whitehead, mrvod with tbt 89Ui Begt |n tha 
Bormeso war of 1809 and ware pioaoat at tbe captvra of MarUban, operatloat bofore Bangooa on tbo ItOi, 
l|th,and Utb April, and capture of tbe Great Dagon Pagoda (wiib tbe itormtng partj). aad capture of Froaia 

18 Xlevt. do BoTlfnet parked with tbe 89tb Bogl. ia tbo Barmm war of 1889-8 (Modal)} wat preoMit at 
the captuio of PropM, aad rapatoo of the euemj'a nigbl-attaeh. SerTOd with t|M •area wbkh aego yf d 
dabanta frain India acrogg the 6onla Tonng Mountaint, and In pursuit of the Wooioer Moaaag Shara 
MfiaiiMH HHOOi rgaaltlag In th9 dastnictioa and capture of tbe entreBchod poaltloa of Toaegh. 

19 limit. 6t, Oeofge mrred with the 8nl Light Bmgooat la the Patdaab eompoign of 1948^, aad iraa 
Pfgggat 91 the aiblr »t Baatnugfar, the paggaga of thf Obenab Bt Wateorakad op lit^Peo, 1848, with the 
Iwco apder Sir Jageph TUo|(wotl, tha actioa of Sadoolapore, and battle of Ooq|erat (Medal and oae Qlaip). 

99 Uaiit. Bonovpt tarrtd in tbo BormoM war of 18S8 as Adlutanl of the 80tb Beat, (Ifedal). 

91 AaaMt.^a«geoB |*v|a vaa In medical obarge of the 8ftb Begimeat ftam the let Jali 1846, aad dufia« 
tha MaAr war ef 184M7-48 (Madal) i waa maiop aad In medical ebarga of tbo Igt iMvldoa la tha f^ld, ta 
tha o^ratiaaa ander Maiof ^aaarBl Pkxo, Dpom July aatU NoTombar ;a49. 



9 U.-Co^9iKttb nnti^ as M^or of Brigade with tbe army under Ocncral PoUopk daring tbe eanpglga pr 1811 la Aflbhaa* 
Istan (Medaiy. nd waspeeeeal (as A. A. A4|.-flaa. ef tke laT. Uv.)at tke Iwekig oTtke Kbyber fms, aotkm at Mg«^ 



Khali, foietag tke Teaeaa gad Ball Batul Passes, a^sek and ewtiwa of UteU9(TeeaiTed tke Brevet igaki^ Major). 

' - - ^. . -. - . - Blading tki - - - 

sttle of Oo 
aalB Toaiioiiiy lewed with the 99tb Begt. ia the Sutkd eampalga ta ISdi^'lacladteg the batUg f 
SobraoB (Medal). $arvod kko la tha Pa^lanh oampaiga of 1848^ lBo(iidM« (ha famg* af tlv OfNaab. 
aad battleg of (AUllanwaUab aad eooitrat (Mgdai ^ 0)a«p»). 



serred wltk tke flgtk to tke Pmgaub can^paign in lg4»-9. laeladlBg tka passage of tke Ckeoab. aa4 battle of Chllll«a« 
Vgneh (wo««^)| and fce eosamanded tke Mth Begt. at tke battle of Ooejerat (Medal and Clasps). 
SOaptalB Toanoiiiy lofved with the 99tb Begt. ia the Sutkd eampalga ta 1841^ mdadteg the batUg of 



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187 6l8t Regt. of Foot {Loyal Lincoln Volunteers). [^ti^rc^fftiimV*"- 

YiSS^^^ '*MAIDA" "CORUNNA" "PENINSULA." 

62 • IColoneL'-Thom&s Evans/ CB. Eru. 3 Dec. 94 ; Lt. 1 Oct. 96 ; Capt. 19 Nov. 

Half 03 ; Mqjor, Feb. 12; Lt.-CoL 13 Oct. 12 ; CoL 22 July 30 ; Major-Gm. 

Pv 28 Jane 38 ; U.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Gen, 18 May 66 } Col. 8l8t F. 12 July 47. 

23 "IT Lietd,-Colonel8,^nenTy Renny, Ens. p27 Dec. 33; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 36; 

Cap^ 29 May 44; M(yor,P 17 Nov. 48; Lieut, -Col. 27 May 63. 
39 JL Matthew Smith,' Bns. 16 Sept 16; Lieut. 31 Dec. 23; Capt. 8 Feb. 34; 
Brev.-MqjoTf 23 Dec. 42 ; Afqfor, 22 Dec. 45; Brev, Lt.-Col. 7 June 49; 
Lt.'Col. 20 June 64 ; Col. 23 March 66. 
36 Mqjort.—Andrew Timbrell Allan, Ewi. 29 Sept. 30 ; Lieut, p 28 Dec. 82 ; Capt. 

P31 Dec. 41 ; Mqfor, p26 Dec. 51. 
20 Anehitel F. F. Boughcy, Ens. p30 July 36 ; Lieut, p 12 June 40 ; Capt. 6 Apr. 
47 ; Mqjor, 16 June 55. 



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Captains. 
John Arthur Gildea .... 

John B. Flanagan 

I Robert Bruce Chichester 
j 2?b».Hed worth J.Liddell^ 

John Bourchier 

' James Woods 

j Charles James Skerry . 
I \ym. Benjamin Browne. 
I Fred. Sidney De VereLane 

George Betts 

Alfred Wright 

Valens Tonnochy* 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Will. Egerton Todd, Ac^. 

Malachi Hanley 

Charles Hunter 

Hugh Arthur Chichester 
Stephenson S. Bristowe . 
Rich. Granville Charlton 
Stanley John Lowe 



P 30 Apr. 41, P 14 April 48 
28 Aug. 35] 11 Nov. 46 

5 Apr. 47 1 P 7 Oct. 51 
P 3 Nov. 48jPl3 Apr. 62 

2 July 41 ! 27 May 53 



I Geo. Wm. Moyse Harmer 
John Wilkinson ♦ .... 



Richai-d Swift 

Edwin Fletcher Foster 
Hy. G«o. E. Somerset,* s. 



P 6 May 42 
29 May 44 



ENSiaNB. 

lP23 Aug. 39 

8 Feb. 31 

P 20 Oct. 43 

p 18 Apr. 46 

24 Aug. 39 

31 Dec. 39 

10 Sept. 41 
P 16 Aug. 42 P 18 April 46 

10 May 44 p 10 Dec. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 P20June61 

10 Nov. 43 21 Apr. 46! 
P 2 Sept. 46 20 Mar. 46 
I 

21 May 47 1 P 7 Mar. 61 

28 May 471^11 Apr. 61 
P 14 April 48, P 1 Aug. 61 
P 17 Jan. 61 ^13 Apr. 62 
P 18 Jan. 50 P 14 Sept. 62 

18 Jan. 51 , 27 May 63 
P 18 Apr. 61 
P 19 Apr. 61 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-UAJ. 



9 Mar. 40 
P 21 Nov. 61 
P23 Apr. 47 

13 Oct. 48 ! 



27 May 53 
27 May 63 
13 July 52 
31 Oct. 52 



27 May 63 
27 May 63 
25 Jan. 54 
1 Dec. 54 
P 16 Juno 66 
16 June 56 
20 June 64 



9 Colonel Smith (mo pktIous 
page). 

8 Capt. LlddeU lerrcd In tho 
Royal Navy ai voluntotr flnt claM 
and Mldiblpnan darlnr tho whola 
of the China expedition of 1840>4S 
(Medal), and was premit at the 
•toriDinr of tho forte of Chnenpeo 
and Tycoektoo, and destnietlon of 
the enemy*! fleet on that occasion i 
7 Jan. 53 1 attack and capture of the foru of 
27 May 63 '*** Boeea TIfrif and Mibeeqnent 
^ - - I operation* up the Canton River. 



WiUiam Minchin Harnett' p 12 July 50 , p 25 Mar. 53 1 ^d capTore of that eV^ 
Francis George King . . . j 14 Apr. 46 30 Nov. 49' 4 Lieut, wiutineon served with 
James Alexander Deans Ip 15 Oct. 62 1 p 13 Oct. 54iS«!Si«*«B«™-:"iJ«^ 



1 Dec. 

19 Jan 

9 Feb, 



64 



; 53, and was present at the eaptara 



I of Martahan, eperatioas before Ran • 



56 , toon on the ISth, IStb, and l4th 
ee I April, and capture of the Great 
nf> T 1 eo I Dagon PfodM. with tho stormfaic 
29 July 63 ' party; and he was scTCtely wounded 

13 Apr. 65| 
23 Oct. 66 1 



when in oomaaand of the detach- 
ment flOth Regt., at the assault and 
capture of Myattoon's stronghold, 
. on the 19th March 1U3 (Modal). 

5 Lieut. Somerset served with the Cape Monnicd 
Riflemen in the KaflSr war of 1S47, and in thai of 
1860 Sl-6t (Medal). 

6 Capt Tonnoeby (see prcTions page). 

i Jan. 30 



Henry Ridout Floyd . . . . ; p 10 June 63 ' 

Walter Musgrave > 11 June 62! 

William Dare Sladen . . j p 13 Dec. 53 

Frank Browne 10 Apr. 49 1 

Henry John Faircloth .. 16 Dec. 54 
Tristram Chas. S. Speedy 6 June 54 
Ensigns. • 

Daniel Weir p 10 Nov. 54 

Robert Wolsey O'Dell . . ! 1 Sept. 64 

Geoige Fr^. Jellicoe ...{ 23 Oct. 65 

Henry Harrison Briscoe IP 16 Nov. 56 

PflywMM/€?^-Wm.Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 ; Ens. 3 Aug. 30 ; Lieut, p 

Atffutant.—Lieut. William Egerton Todd, 23 Oct. 65. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Correll, 28 June 44. 

iSur^.— Adam Thos. Jackson, M.D. 24 Feb.42; il.<Sr.29JulydO; lf.il. 29 Nov. 27 

Assist.'Surgeons. — Grahame Auchinleck, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 

Donald Sinclair Smith, 27 Feb. 62. 

Herman Bicknell, 16 May 56 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 General* Evans's services t— Kntered the army In 1793 as a volunteer, and enlisted ISO men for the service. Opera- 
tions in the West Indies and Ireland in 1794 and 95 ; capture of Demerara and Berblce m I79A. Captured returning from 
South America, and kept a close prisoner in Pnnce in 1 797. Operations at Minoraa and Gnerasey in 1798 and 99 ( ditto on 
tho eoast of Spain. MalU. and Marmorice, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801 (Medal), ioeludinf the aetUna of the 8tb, 
ISih, and tlst of March i battle of Rahmanie on the N'ile, and teduetlon of that fortress, sieges and sarrendcr of Cairo and 
AlexaadrU (as Lieut, and Adjutant of the 8th). OpcraUons at Gibraltar in 1801 and I ; ditto in the West Indies (as 
Captain in the 8th and Aidede-Camp to Sir Gordon Dmmmond) in 1804, », and 6. Operations in Nova Scotia In 1807 
and 8 ; ditto in the Canadaa (at Aido-de camp and MUitary SeereUry to Sir G. Dnunmond) In 1809, 10, and U. Cana. 
paignsof 1811, IS, and 14, in Upper Canada (as Brigade-M^or, discharging duties of Deputy- Adjataat. General, and ineom. 
mand of the 8th). Inelndlng the preparaUon of the force against Detroit and MIehilimaeklnac, the defence of Fort George. 
and destruction of the enemy's aUaeldng batteries, and dlreethig the telnfareements on Quecnvton, which enabled M^jor. 
General 8hea£te to defeat and capture the American army, after General Brock's OUl in a gallant attempt on tho enemy wHh 
Inadeviate means. Assault on Sacketf s Harbour, expulsion of the enemy's army from Forty Mile C»ek. and caplnre of 
bte army umIstM, with many prisoners ; batUe of Chippewa, covering the army's retirement on Fort Geoige, aaad 
irtfOfTade oa Twmty Mile Crtek, imttl reMininf the oUteslve. Nicht-attack on the enemy's invcsUi« fereos of Fort 



£jnh.ror Corfa, Jan. 55, 
Eaatern Annj. 
Depot, Ttrmbj, 



S2dRefft.ofF. ( TliePnnce of Wales's Volunteers). 188 



lYean* Serr. 
|~~66 



Half 





h» Prince qf Wale9'9 Plume.-" JLOl^Zlk'* "VIMIERA" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" 
"KIVELLE" "0RTHE8" "PENINSULA" "NIAGARA" SEVASTOPOL.*' 

CoUmeh—l^ Francis Miles Milman/ Fstis, 3 Dec. 00; Lieut, Sc Capt, 28 April 

04 ; CapL Sf LieuL-CoL 25 Dec. 13 ; CoL 22 July. 30; Major-Gen. 28 Nov. 

41 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; CoL 82nd Foot, 25 Nov. 60. 
L'md.- Colonels.— J Erne's Alex. Robertson, Ens.^G Mar. 23; Lt. p17 Sept. 26 ; 

Capt. P8 June 32 ; Brev.-Mqj. Nov. 46 ; Mftj. p27 Oct. 48 ; Breo. Lt.-Col. 20 

June 64 ; Lieut. -CoL- p 1 8epr. 64. 
Bdward Blagden Hale, Ens. p2 Aug. 33; Xi^?/^ p 29 Jan. 36; Capt. P6 Feb. 

41 ; ilf^or, P21 Nov. 51 ; Lt.-Col. 7 Sept. 55. 
.Vq/or*.— David Watson, JS^ij.P 12 July 33; Xf.P240ct.36; Ox;>f . 3 June 41 ; 

Brev.'Mi^. 20 June 64 ; Mrjor, p 1 Scpr. 64. 
Edmund Robert Wm. Wingfleld Yates, JSne. p 24 Mac. 37 ; Xteti^ p2 Aug. 89; 

Capt. P 27 Oct. 48 ; Mqfor, 7 Sept. 66. 












































Captains. 
C. T. Vesey Bunbury Isaac 
Henry Chris. Marriott .. 
Qeorge Edmund Halliday 
Samuel Peters Jurvis .... 
Wm. Roberts Farmar^ . . 
John Joseph Wood • . . . . 

William Alex. Bailie 

John Gordon 

William Barron 

Stanley Slater 

Augustus £dmd. Warren 
Thomas Edward Green.. 
Richard Thomas Glyn . . 

Robert Maule 

Robt. C. Dalrymple Bruce 

Charles Newton Biggs . . 

Lieutenants. 

James White 

JfihnFrederick Pilkington 
Hen. Cliandler Wilkinson 

John Sidney Hand 

R. F. H .MacgregorSkinner 
C.Ed w.Gore Browne, Aclj 
Arthur Piatt Hensley. . . . 
Bdward Percy Thompson 
Patrick Thorp Dickson 
Cecil James East .... 
Henry Dyke Marsh . . 
Edmund Budgen .... 

Charles Spencer 

Stuart Douglas 

Daniel Sullivan 

James Athol Brock . . 
William Carden Seton 
Louis Walter Fi»ber . . 
Charles Studdert Maunsell 

Graham Mylne #• 

James Henry Linton. . . . 
I Wm. Henry Craven Allen 
Ensigns. 

George Porter 

Thomas Ryan 

Chas. Thoe. BenJ. SpiUer 
Bertram C. Henderson • . 
Henry Edward Couper . . 

Gordon Cowper 

James Baker Robertson . . 
Wm. Temple Thompson • • 
Edward Seppings Lock . . 
Edward Snow Mason .... 
AUan WUliam Stewart , . 
Henry Mount Parkereon 



ENSIUJN. 



LIEUT. 



30 Oct. 38 

P 6 Sept. 43 

P23 Aug. 39 

P 14 June 46 

P25Feb. 45 

19 Sept. 34 

28 Aug. 46 

3 Sept. 47 

P 26 Nov. 47 

16 Apr. 42 

P 2 Feb. 49 

Pl7 May 60 

P 16 Aug. 60 

18 Sept. 49 

10 Nov. 43 

P 14 Feb. 61 

P 16 Oct. 62 
P 17 Dec. 62 
Pll Mar. 63 
P13 May 63 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 16 Dec. 63 
P 13 Jan. 64 
P 10 Mar. 64 
P17 Aug. 64 
P 18 Aug. 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 
12 Sept. 64 
6 Oct. 54 
P 23 Mar. 66 

21 Apr. 66 

22 Apr. 66 

23 Apr. 65 
P 17 June 61 
P 18 Feb. 63 
P 20 Sept. 63 

10 May 66 

11 May 66 

22 Jane 66 

24 Apr. 55 

3 Sept. 66 

4 Sept. 66 
6 Sept. 66 

6 Sept. 65 

7 Sept. 65 
14 Sept. 66 

2 Oct. 66 
P 9 Oct. 66 
26 Oct. 66 
23 Nov. 66 



CAPTAIN. I BBEV.-MAJ' 



26 Dec. 40 

P 19 June 46 

P 16 Apr. 42 

15 Jan. 47 

11 April 46 

23 Oct. 39 

10 Aug. 49 

P 9 Aug. 60 

P21 Nov. 61 

4 Apr. 47 

P 6 Nov. 52 

P 13 May 53 

P24 June63 

P 16 Dec. 63 

14 Apr. 46 

P 13 Jan. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

PlSAug. 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P 1 Sept. 64 

P 8 Sept. 64 

31 Jan. 66 

2 Feb. 66 

6 June 56 

P 20 July 55 

6 Sept. 66 

7 Sept. 65 
7 Sept. 66 
7 Sept 66 
7 Sept. 56 
7 Sept. 66 
9 Feb. 66 

21 Sept. 56 

22 Sept. 66 
2 Oct. 66 

27 Oct. 55 



P 16 Feb. 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 
10 Aug. 49 
P 21 Sept. 62 
P 13 May 63 

7 Dec. 47 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 

8 Sept. 64 
31 Jan. 65 

P 20 July 66 

7 Sept. 65 

7 Sept. 65 

7 Sept. 66 

21 Sept. 66 

2 Oct. 56 



1 Lieut. - General U llman 
was appointed Aide-de-Camp 
to Mnjor-General Cotlin Crau- 
furd in 1808, and was preaent 
at the battles of Rolda and 
Vimirra; on the same Gene- 
ral's Staff in the retreat of Sir 
John Uoore, and was engaged 
on tito heights of Lugo, and 
at tlie battle of Corunna. He 
subsequently Joined bis Begi- 
meni, tbe Coldstream Guards, 
at Lisbon, and was with them 
at the passage of th« Douro 
and capture of Oporto, as also 
at the battle of Talatera, where 
he was mostseTerelj wounded, 
and saved from bring burnt 
on the field of battle by a prl- 
Tate soldier of the Guards. 
He was made prisoner in the 
Hospital of TalaTera, and de- 
tained in France until 1814. 
M^}.-GeD. Milman was latterly 
in command of the Cokiitream 
Guards. He has recei%'ed the 
War Medal with four Clasps. 



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Payifuif^.--r-ZAik0FiUOemldBerniird»IDM.48>AM.i0A«ff.4ljX/.P«M(y44. 
A^iukmU-rr-LUut. Cb»rlM Mmxd Gam Browne, Qot. &6. 
QtMir^«r-lf0#^^.— If Icbael Clinton, 97 July 40. 
Surgeon.—nearj Day Fowler, SO July 66; A$M.S^0. 10 IIm. 46. 
AHUkmtr8urgwm9.—An\kvat Bdmund Jpcob, M.B- U Juno 60. 
Fredoricl^ Qcorge Pouldon, 1 Deo. 64. 

Faeingi Yellow.— jlgon^, Meisrt. Ooz k Co. 



S 0»p(. F«niiar ■«rf«4 with th« Mtii fl«ft. in tkt ewBpaSfB m th« tnCleJ, i 
( Medal), al vkleh last action h« wu m^wn\j wounded In tka rif ht tUf h |iy a gn 



\ al Onddiwal and Allwn I 
% grapo fbnt whi|a c ^i fyigg tka Qnaan'i aolnuv • 
S Cap«. Wood Nnred wli^ tlic 18|b Koytl Irish in Om B^nneta var f>^ 1B5S (Mfdal). 



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Bo«|«gr,lU|n. 1848.J 

«<CAPB OP GOOD HOPE*? 
BODRIGO" -Bi.DAJO«" 



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"SALAMANCA" "VITTOBIA" "NIVBLLB" •«0RTIiB8" 
"TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA." . 

CoUmeL—Jt iS^tr Frederick gtoTin,! KCB. KCMG. Bns,%% Mar. 1800 ; X^7 Jan. 

01 ; Cap«.24 Jane 02 ; Mtoary 27 April 12 ; Lt.-CoU 26 Aug. 13 ; CoU 22 July 

30 ; M(^.-Gm. 23 Not. 41 ; X^-G«o. 11 Vov. 61 ; Col, 83rd Reg. 1 Sept. 48. 
XMt««.-Oo2on«2«.— Botet Trydell,' Eiu. 10 Oct. 04; Lt, 80 Oct. 06 > Capt. 

17 Nov. 18 5 ifq/. PSDec. 2Q ; ^r«j.-Z*.-CW. 23 Nov. 41 j X^.-CfeZ. 2 Aug. 42 > 

C^;. 20 June 64. 
y Wm. U. Law,' Eni* 29 April 13; Xi. P28 Nov. 16; Cap^P14 Jaly 26; 

£^.iir<|;.28Jime,d8; Ar<|^. 2Apr.41 ; X«.-a»/.220ee.48; a»i.28Nof.64. 
Jtf<|;or«.~John Kfasall, Mm. p14 July 26; LUut. PdO April 27; Caji^ 4 

Oct. 41 ; Mtg. 7 Hay 64. 
Bdward Steele, Sr«. p 18 April 34 ; Lieut, p16 Har.80; Capt, P19 Mar. 47; 

Mqj. 19 Jan. 65. 



Captains. 
; Charies Wilaon Austen . • 

JobnHeatly/« 

James Florence Murxay 
Edward William Bray*. . 

WaiiamNott 

Edward Bowen Cooke . . 
John Sharman Molony . . 
Richard Bodes WyiriU^ . . 
Henry De Renzy Pigott 
Thomas Molyneuz Keogh 
' Robert Colvill Jones " . . 
I lf(m.B.J.WeldForester,^#. 

I LlBUTBNAHTS. 



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LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



P 14 Dec. 38 

20 Sept. 31 
P 28 Nov. 37 

21 June 39 
19 Nov. 41 

P 16 Aug. 42 
P 23 May 46 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P 22 July 45 
P2l June89 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 28 Dec. 



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£.M.H.MainwHring,M 4;. 
Thomas Parker Wright. . 

James Verling Ellis 

John Norris M'Kelvey .. 

John Meade 

t. Mowbri^y Baumgartner 
Stephen Wm. Metge . . . 
Herbert Stanley Cooper 
Frederick Dickinson ... 

John Sprot 

Bicfaard Thomas Sweeny 
Francis Hen. Digby Marsh 

Edward Meurant 

James Nicholas Colthurst 
Julian Wakefield .... 
George Dunlevie • • • • 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Gethln Coote 
John Sbering Keddle. . 
i Peter Cliflbrd Browne 
Oeo. Wm. Henry Wardell 



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42 

44 



31 Oct. 

28 Jan. 
2 Feb. 

29 Mar. 44 
P26 Feb. 46 

10 May 46 

P 4 April 46 

P 12 Feh. 47 

19 Mar. 47 

18 Aug. 48 

P 19 Sept. 48 

P 1 Dec 48 

81 Mar. 46 

P 10 Nov. 48 

14 Oct. 61 

22 Apr. 63 

16 Apr. 62 

P 13 May 63 

26 July 66 

27 July 66 
3 Aug. 66 



p 16 Dec. 

28 Mar. 

P 7 Jan. 

21 Jan. 
21 May 46 1 

8 May 46 
29 June 48 

P 4 June 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
p 4 Mar. 42 
P 8 Feb. 41 

9 April 88 

28 Feb. 44 

26 Mar. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

P 8 Sept. 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

9 Jan. 47 

P26 Nov. 47 

22 Dec. 48 
do 

p 2 Feb. 49 

P29 May 49 

3 June 61 

11 Sept. 61 

7 May 64 

Pll May 66 

P2Q July 66 

27 Jnly 64 



BBBY.-MAJ. 



P 1 Dec. 48 

P 17 Nov. 43 20 June 64 

14 Nov. 47 
P 14 June 60 

3 June 61 
P 17 May 60 

15 Mar. 58 
P22 Oct. 62 

7 May 64 
31 Dec. 49 

16 Mar. 63 
23 May 46 



9 Colonel Trydell serrM at tk« 
e«pMare of (h* 0«p« of Oood Hope 
In 180S. and wm prc««nt at tbe 
b»tct9 or Bluebcrf. Be lervcd aIm 
In tbe Kandlu lAautreetlonof ISlf 
aqd IS. In OfiV>i^ 

5 Colonel Law tenred in tlw Pen. 
iniula from Sept. 1813 te the end of 
the war. ineludinf the battles of VI. 
Telle and Nlve. for which belwa re* 
eeired the WarHedalwIlhtwoClaepa. 

6 Capt. Bny served with the 81st 
RegV throogboat the eanpalfn oC 
1841 In Afltebanistan vnder M^.- 
Gen. PoUuek, and wu Present la tb« 
metioos of Masewa. teacen, h Jug. 
dnllnek. the oeenpation of Cahool, 
and thf dlfl^entenfMQVCBta lead- 
ing to U (Uedal). 

9 Capt. WyTlU served with th^ 

90^ a^ In Kafl^and dnilng thf 

whole pr the war of ltH<.7 ( Medal). 

9 Lteut. Malnwarlttg lerred I* 

the Qneen's In the ehaspnlgn In 

the MttUiem Mahratta oouatry Iq 

1844 rinclading the stonplng oC tbe 

fortress of PnnelU). and that la the 

Oenctti in 184». 

• Capt. Heatly wnt^ witl^ the 45itk Bert, and e^ Da- 

PBty Aaaiatant Adiatant-Genenl, ilu<rath<rat the ope. 

mtione In China, tad wai preeenC at Chnsaa. Canton, 

AaoT, Chnsnan. Chinhae. Ninffpo. Chanoo, Wooanng: 

Chin Kianf Foo. and Nankin (MmUI) . ^ 



Paywuw^er.— John Dennis Swinburne, 2 Mar. 49 ; Em, 26 Mar. 43 )Lt, 8 Oct. 46. 
Adjutant,— Lieut, Edw. M. H. Mainwarlng, 11 Sept. 61. 
Quarter-Master,— V9\nc\i Payee, 6 Nov. 62. «^ ^ . .« 

^wr^^on.— Charles Fred. Stephenson, MD.,14 Dec. 66; AtHit.-Sur^, 80 Oct. 43. 
! il«fef.-5urag<WM.— Edward Touch, MD., 16 Nov. 49. 

WilUam Sharp, 10 Aug. 65. 

Herbert Chalmers Miles, 23 Dec. 64. 
Facing* Yellow.— -4^^**, Messrs. Cox ^ Co. 

I sir IrcderIck »to»ln served at ttie FerroU In ISOO , in Oemianj l« 1805 » at ttieseige *»«* eapt^w of CopenlWfen in 
i%£bSeeap3«tlon to Sweden In laOS; ia Spain and Portugal In ISOS-tt, IneludIng the fff«* <• »» ^^ •{ 
SiS WftTSe expedition to Waielieren tad at the capture oiT Vlnshing in IMS ; sabseqiienHy *» *»»• JJ-^^SfSllS 
wnmn%. w«- » ^ *^.. _ .. ._ .. '■- » '.^ptoSlrThomasPictbnatthesiegeandeaptureofClttdn* 

DIvUlon at Uie battte of Sflamanea. capture of Madrid and 
i of the Bbro, battles of VUtoria, Pyrenees, tnTelle. and 



1 la eomaiaQd at the trst defence pf Tarlfa ; Alde-de-Camp to Sir Thomas Pictbn at the siege and eaptare of Clndnd 
tUMtrinTand feadajoi. AssUUnt Adjutant-General to the Si4 DIvUlon at Uie battte of Sflamanea, capture <rf J«»^* •»* 
UK aSw, reSSt tfcerefrom and subsequent advance, passage of the Ebro. battles of Vlttoria, Pyrenees, W"'*"*;. «* 
OrtteTaSlonatYiolKom.aadU^^^^ Serr^also at New Orleans, where he was wounded. «*« '7^«k 

taswciJwd the Gold Cross and two Clasps for Salamanca. Vittorla.lNlvelle. Nive. and:Ortbes ; and the Silver Wat Medal 

wfth three Claspa ftw Conmna, Cludad Rodrlgo, and Badajoi. ,.-.,. . ,.-« .« ,«4, h, j„rf«., «— .-^- 

7 HonomaWe Captain Torester served throughout the <»«!P«iff "injWft*^**"?** JJIS 2^* 7SV%SfinSI 
thi ateem and eant£i« of Ghumee (Medal), storminf the »««* CabdoTFaae. aAdr ^^^'S^^^SSu^^llCSSS^ 
ThM.i«dnelion of tbe Fort of Mamoo KhaU, defence of Jellalabad •>«» ■"Uea on the ^^^^^J'^^^JSitlxlFfS^ 
rSrSTTviSr^v «j»k nf.«* ..d i«t Anril 1843- nneml action and defeat of ^^.£2j***^J2BSSmtCT8Srt 

was present at Chusan, Am»r, 



Utt. nth Marek. Mth March, and let April 1849. general '^•^Jl^^'^£^,j 

siemlMt the haiglila of JugduUuek, general action of TcMen, and reeaptnre of Cabool (1 

«^A53to.cSp^"Mr VUlon.^^ in IS88. W. and 4* "J « ®?ST.\ .«h 

11 Jfi!? iLZ^^^LZA .Ml. rttTlstth lumt. thronahout the war la China (Medal), and 



Year»'8erv. 



61 



Half 
Pay 



191 [£SiVaVh^?;S!J SilhXVork aiid Lancaster) Regt. of Foot. [m^'JilSh. 
The J7nion -Row," NIVE" "PENINSULA" "INDIA." 

ColoneL—Q^OT%^ Augustus WctherRll,* CB. KH. Lieut. 29 July 06; Capt. 

13 Mav 05; Major, 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Col 11 Dec. 24; Col, 28 June 

38 ; Mqjor-Gen, 11 Not. 51 ; CoL 84th F. 15 June 54. 
Lieut.'CoU.—ChtLTles Franklyn, Bru. p17 July 23; Lieut, Pd April, 26; Capt. 

P10July28; Af q/oi-, p 28 Dec. 38; Xwwf.- Co/. 16 Sept. 45; Co/. 20 June 54. 
David Russell, Cornet, PlO Jan. 28; Lieut, PI Oct. 29; Capt, p 5 April 33; 

Mqjor, 7 July 45; Lieut.-Col. pIO Dec. 47 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
ilf^'0r«.— Matthew Benjamin George Heed, Eris. p 26 Feb. 18 ; Lieut, p 10 Nov. 

25 ; Capt, P 26 Feb. 36 ; Major, 16 Sept. 46 ; Brev, Lt.- Col. 20 June 64. 
James Alexander West, Bne, p 6 July 26 ; Lieut, p 28 Feb. 26 ; Capt. 8 April 42 

Breo.'Mfij. 20 June 54 ; Mqj- 7 Ftb. 65. 



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2 





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30 





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19 





12 





10 





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Captains. 
! Wm. Justin MacCarthy. . 
Charles F. Seymour . . . . 

I Thomas Lightfoot 

Spier Hughes 

Frederic Arthur Willis .. 
William Du Vcrnet^ .... 

Walter C. E. Snow 

Cornelius Cha. Holies ton,«. 
Robert Crosse Stewart . . 

Thomas Horan ^ 

Eugene Currie 

Lieutenants. 
Fred. Aui^ustus Davidson 

David O'Brien 

Wm. M'Geachy Keats . . 
Benjnmin Sandwith . . . . 
Thomas H. P. Kcnnan .. 
Edward C. Geils Kenny . . 
Fred. John G. Saunders 

Frederick Hardy 

H. A. Whitmore Ayton*. . 
Geo. Fred. Tod Whitlock 

Henry Browne, adj 

Pierce Chute 

John Penton 

Henry Currie •. » . 

Roberts Torrens Pratt . . 

Robert Barry 

George John Arata Oakley 
Edward Woolhouse .... 

James Richardson 

Alfred Qibaut 

Ensigns. 
John Bowdler Maclennan 

Harry B. Crohan 

William Poole 

Fred. Aug. Magrath .... 



I ENSI«N. I LIEUT. 



16 June 15 
9 Jan. 38 
1 June 38 

P3l Dec. 39 
27 Sept. 44 
22 Mar. 44 
11 April 42 
20 May 42 
25 Oct. 42 
27 May 42 

P 8 Aug. 45 

I 

24 July 42' 

22 Nov. 441 

P 14 Oct. 42' 
19 Dec. 46 1 

P 27 Oct. 401 



30 Sept. 30 
! 29 Aug. 40 

P 30 Oct. 40 
8 Apr. 42 

P 8 May 46 
29 Jan. 46 
22 Nov. 44 
7 July 46 
16 Sept 45 

P 23 Sept. 45 

P 27 Oct. 46 

3 Hay 44 

20 May 46 

21 April 46 
15 Aug. 49 
12 Apr. 60 



2 June 48 P 28 Dec. 49 
P 29 Dec. 46' 13 July 60 



P23 Nov. 49 

14 Aug. 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

9 Nov. 49 

P 17 May 50 



P 6 June 61 
13 Oct. 48 
26 June 61 
16 Aug. 62 

P 7 Sept. 62 



captain, brev.-maj. 



20 March 44 

P 10 Dec. 47 

26 June 51 

16 Mnr. 63 

P16 Jan. 62! 

P 13 April 62 

9 Jan. 66 

2 Feb. 66 

7 Feb. 66 

24 Apr. 66 

P 3 Aug. 66 



23 Mar. 66 



P 6 June 61 ^ 13 Sept. 53 
P 16 Sept. 61 P 7 June 64 

11 June 62 P 9 June 54 
P17May60 2 Feb. 56 

14 May 63 P 16 Mar. 66 
P 16 Oct. 52 ! 24 Apr. 56 

21 Jan. 63 1 4 May 66 
P June 64, 26 Aug. 66 

14 May 65' 



1 Major. General Wetherall wu 
In actlou witliaiquadniQ of Preodi 
Mf «te« Id Uie liomnblquo Chan- 
nel in June 1810 ; In the attack of 
a tquadroD of French fHratei la 
port S. B. of the Isle of Franee in 
July ISIO. At Uie attack and 
cenqnett of Jara In 1611, as Aide. 
d«. Camp to Major- Oen. Wechciall, 
for which he has received the War 
Medal with one Clasp. He was 
appointed a CB. for his distin- 
guished scrrices In the suppretslon 
of the Insurrection in Canada. 

8 Lieut. Ay too Mrved with 
an expedition 80 miles up the 
Gambia In 1849, and was 
engatjed at the storm and 
destruction of the Fbrtlfled 



1 June 66 "^^^"^ of Bambacoo 0th May ; at the attack and 

ot T..i» r^'Pt^rtial destruction of the Fortified Town of 

« i ^ er Keeming 7ih May ; and In the action with and 

P 7 Dec. 60 J defeat of the enemy on the plains of Qnenella 

! 6th May. 



Paynuuter.'—Qeo. Henry Eddy, 28 Apr. 37 ; BnM. p 29 Aug. 26; Lt. 20 Feb. 36. 

Ac^utant. — Lieut, Henry Browne, 27 July 66. 

Quarter^Master. — Henry Donelan, 15 Dec. 54. 

.^ur^eon.— Francis William Innes, M.D., 2 Feb. 49; Assist, -Surg. 10 Feb. 37. 

Assistant-Surgeons, Thomas Stack, M.D., 22 Nov. 44. 

Joseph Thomas La Presle, 22 Dec. 46. 

James Arthur Hanbury, M.B. 29 Sept. 64. 
Facings Yellow,— Agents, Messrs. Coz & Co. 

3 Capt. Do Venet was on board the ilUfkted JtmiayMMli', when that ship was eaat away on the Andaman Islet, near 
Hanson, in Nor. 1814, with detachments of the 10th and 60th Regts.on board, where he remained for flfty-feor days sur. 
roonded by Cannibals and suffering great priTations. He serred afterwards with the 60th Regt. in the campaign en the 
Batle} (Medall. and was present at Buddtwal and Aiiwal. at which last he received a slight wound in the right knee 
from a gmpeshot, after which he was seTerely wonnded in the left foot by the bursting of a shell. 

7 Capt. Horati served witii the 41rttKe«(t. dining the wtiole of ihe campaign of 1842 iit MTt^hanlttan (Uedal), 
and waa present in tiie engayvmenis with the enemy on 2!) March and sto April in the PItheen Valley i in 
that of the 39th May near Candaliar, 30th Aug. at Ooaine, 5th Sept. before Ohmnee, occupation end de- 
•tructlon of that fortrets and of Gabool, exiiedition into Kobistau, storm, capture, and de«tructIoo of lstaUfr» 
and in the Tarious minor sftViirs in and between tlie Bolan and the Khyber J'^|^|tj ^w V^jOO^ Lt! 



192 



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t>2 



^S^'^it Dopot a •• S5th {Buck. Volunteers) The Kind's Li. Inf. Beyt. 
NOTrca»a<w>n.Tyne. i ** Aucio splendore resurgo." 

"FUENTESD'ONOR" "NIVE" "PENINSULA" " BLADENSBURG." 

Colonel.—^ Sir John WrightGuise,* Bart. KCB. £ns. 4 Nov. 94 ; Lt. and Ctipt. 

25 Oct. 9d ; Capt. and LU-CoL 25 July 05; CoU 4 June 18; McQ.-Gen. 12 

Aug. 19; Lt.'Gen. lOJan.87 ; Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 85th Lt. Inf. 1 June 47. 

Lieut. 'Colonel.— '}ii9iv\iiy Power, Ens. i' 24 Jane 19 ; X^. p 17 Apr. 29 ; Capt.^^ 

J une 25; Brevet-Major, 28 J una 38 ; M({jm', p 5 Aug. 42 ; Lt.-Col. P 1 9 May 40 ; 

Col. 20 June 54. 

-W4/(w*.— John William Grey, Ena. p 16 May 34; Lieut, p 1 June 38; Capt. 

P 31 Mar. 48; M^yor, p 17 Dec. 52. 
WlllUm Williamson, Ens. PIC Not. 41 ; Lieut. p22 Nov. 44; Capt. p 1 Aug. 51 ; 
3fq/or, plOOct. 55. 



Fall 

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30 



15 



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14 





3 





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Captains. 
Robert Maunsell 
George Thompson 
James Gubbins,^!. 
/7(7?i.£dmunU John Boyle 
William Henry Orme," 8, 

John Armltage 

Robert Cairnes Bruce . . 
Herbert Russell Manners^ 
Lord John Hy. Taylour 

John Athorpe 

Charles Wells Hogge .... 

Robert Carr Glyn 

Lieutenants. 
William T. Baker, </. pni. 

Montagu Barton 

John. Bay ley 

Devereux Herbert My tton 

Waller Ashe, a^ 

William Hallowes 

Augustine FitzGerald . . 
Henry MannersChichester 
WillUim Henry Mathew . . 
Edward Musgrave Beadou 
Rob. Kirkpatrick Taylor 
Lambert Houlton Ward 

Boles Reeves 

Finch White 

William Galbraith 

Ensigns. 
James Murray Grant. . . . 
K. Wm. Herbert Noyes.. 
Stephen Henry K. Wilson 
Francis Arthur Thomas 
Chester Doughty . . • . 
Wm. Henry Urquhart 
George Herbert Bowles 
Robert Jones Birch 



ensign. 



P 24 June 42 
P 23 Feb. 44 

19 Dec. 45 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 24 Jan. 45 
P 10 Nov. 48, 
P30 Mar. 38 

28 Aug. 38 



P 28 Mar. 45 
31 Mar. 47 

P]3 AprU49 

P 12 Dec. 51 
3 Apr. 46 

P 19 Mar. 52 
8 Apr. 42 
7 Jan. 42 



p 14 Dec. 49 j P 3 Dec. 52 
P 16 Sept. 51 IP17 Dec. 52 
P 12 Dec. 51 I P 28 Jan. 53 
P 13 Dec. 51, P 18 Ftb. 53 



7Jan. 48;p 9 July 52 
P 16 Apr. 52 I P 15 July 53 
P 21 Sept. 52 I P 20 Aug. 53 
P22Sept. 52|Pl6Dec. 53 
P21 Jan. 53,P28 Apr. 54 
P 22 Jan. 53, 6 June 54 
P18 Feb. 53, 11 Au^. 54 
P 19 Feb. 53 11 Aug. 54 
Pll Mar. 53, 11 Aug. 54 



P 12 Mar. 53 
P15 July 53, 
P 9 Mar. 55 

1 May 55 
30 April 55 

1 June 55 



2 Mar. 55 
P31 Aug. 55 
P 14 Sept. 55 
P 9 Oct. 55 
PI6N0V. 56 
P 30 Nov 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



P 7 Nov. 51 
P 29 Oct. 52 1 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 16 Dec. 531 
Pl3Jan. 54! 
P 28 Apr. 
4 Feb. 
13 ^ox. 
P31 Aug. 
P 2 Oct. 
P 16 Oct. 55 
P30NOV. 55' 



12 Dec. 64 



541 
5:) 
40; 
55 
55, 



S Mi^Jor Gubbins Mrved the 
Eastern campuign of 1864 as 
Aide^de-Csmp to Sir D« Laey 
Evans, includlnip tlie battles 
of the Alma and Inkereian 
(koverely wounded), and aies« 
of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clatps) 

4 Capt. Manners served witli 
the 5lsl Regf. tliroushout the 
Burmese wi.r of 185S-SS ; on 
board the K. I. C. steam frigate 
Ferooz during the naral action 
and destruction of the enemy's 
stuckadpson tlie Rangoon River; 
served during the sucreeding 
tt.ree days' operations in (he 
vicinity (including the siorm- 
55 I Ing of the White House Rr - 
doubt), and At the stnnn and 
capture nf Rangoon (Medal). 
Captain Manners served ns Bri- 
gade Ms^or to the Ut Madras 
Brigade of the army of Burmali 
from Sept. 1822. 



Ens. P 5 Aug. 42 ; Lieut. 
[8 Dec. 46. 



1 Sept. 54 > 
8 Juue 55 
3 Aug. 55 I 
P 29 Nov. 56 1 
P30 Nov. 55 I 
P 7 Dec. 55 \ 
P 27 Dec. 55 
P 28 Dec. 55 f 
Paymaster. — William Mortimer Fechell, 6 June 51 ; 
Aifjutant. -—Lieut. Waller Ashe, 20 Feb. 55. 
Quarter-Master. — John R. Rouse» 12 Dec. 51. 
Surgeon. — Henry Armstrong, 15 May 55 ; Assist.- Surg.' 17 June 42. 
Assistant -Surgeon. — ^John Knox Leet, 27 June 51. 

Alexander Fisher Bartley, 14 Jan. 53. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

1 Sir John Gulae aerved with the 8rd Guards at Ferrol, Vigo, and Cadia, in 1800 ; the Egyptian cam- 
paign of 1801 (Medal), including the actions of the 8ih and 21st March, and I7th August, attack of the 
fortreaa of Marabout on the following day, action of the 22nd August, investment and capture of Alex- 
aadria. Expedition to Hanover in 1806-G. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1800, and commanded the light 
Battalion of the Guards with a Rifle Company of the 60th attached, on the retreat to the lines in 1810, 
batUe of Buaoeo, and subsequent retreat, lines of Torres Vedroa, several actions on the advance firom 
thencrf in 1811, and battle of Puentes d'Onor. Present also at the sicgCK and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo 
and Bodt^oz; Commanded the 1st Battalion of the Srd Guards nt the battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid, siege of Burgos, ami retreat from thence, advance in 1819, battle of Ylttorla, sieee and capture of 
8an Srboattan, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayoune 
and repulae of the sortie— during the latter part of the action he commanded the Snd Brigade of Quiuds in 
eonseqaenee of Sir B. Stopford being wounded. Sir John has received the Gold Grots for Fuentes d'Onor, 
Salamanca, Vittoria, and Nive ; and the Silver War Medal «nd one Clasp for Bmaco. JiJ^lkl 

S Cape Orme Mrvcd wlUi the Srd Lijht Dra«ooat durlag tbe SutlcJ eanipaifn of i&l»-9. and wu prctcar1iri|^ bmies 
of Moodkte and Feroceshata, at which last be was severely wounded in the arm (Medal and one Clasp) . 



198 86th ( The Royal County Down) Regt. of Ft |^8«rTing at Kurnchae. a 

On the Coloure & Appointments, the tiarp and Crmtm, with the Motto " Quis ieparabitV 

« INDIA"— The Sphinx, with the words « EGYPT " « BOURBON"— On the 

Buttons, the Irish Harp and Croum. 

Colonel— 9 mi Xor<i James Hay,' Bns, 28 Jan. 06 ; Lieut. 6 Aug. 07 ; Capi. 

8 Feb. 10 ) Lieta.-CoL 26 Mar. 18; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mc^or-Oen, 9 Not. 46; 

Lt'Gen, 20 June 64; Co2. 86th Foot, 8 May 64. 
Lieut. 'CoUmeU. — James Creagh, Mm. 1 Jan. 10 ; Lt. 4 March 12 : Capt. 7 Apr. 

26 ; Brev.'Mqf. 28 June 38 ; Jtfi^. p 18 Jan. 38; Brev.'Lt.*CoL 11 Nov. 61 ; 

Lt.-CoL 30 Apr. 62 ; Col, 30 AprU 55. 
Robert Henry Lowtb, Em. p 4 Feb. 19 ; Lieut, p 1 AprU 24 ; Capt. p 16 May 27 ; 

Srev. M^j. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brev. Lt.-Cohll Nor. 61 ; Mtitf. 30 Apr. 62 ; Lt.-Col. 

10 Aug. 66. 
JIfq/orf.— WUIiam Kier Stuart, Ens, 6 Mar. 28 ; Lt. P 28 Sept. 30 ; Capt. 

8 Apr. 42 ; Breo.'MqjoTy 20 June 64 ; Mqjor^ 29 Sept. 64. 
Giles Keane, Ens. 21 June 27 ; Lieut. 22 Feb. 31 ; Capt. 23 Oct. 42; Brev.- 

Mqfor, 20 June 64 ; Mqjor, 10 Aug. 55. 



Yeara'Senr. 


60 


Poll Half 


i»ay. 


Pay. 


40 





34 


3* 


28 





29 





33 





20 





20 





16 


86A 


18 





16 





14 





16 





17 





14 





13 





9 





12 





12 





11 





10 





9 





9 





10 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





5 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 
23 





10 





2 





19 





8 





8 





2 


1 



Captaihb. 
Abra. Collis Anderson, t. 
John Perkins Mayers . . 
Harrey Wei. PoleWelman* 
Alex. R. Gale, '-^H Not.51 
Joshua Henry Kirby .... 
Charles Osborne Creagh • 

John Jerome • . • • 

Wm. Henry Wearer .... 

Charles Darby* 

James Boyd 

Ja