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JULLIEN &

CO,~{CmtiHtted.)

rOR A BRASS BAND OF FIFTBCN PCRFORMERS.


1

SOPRANO SAXIiOUN,
ALTO
ililto,

iu

tint F.nd

rtat

2
B flat aud A flat, each
3 CORNET-A-PISTONS, each
S TKNOll SAXUORNrt.F and E flat, each
2 TKUMrarS.each
2
2
1

BARITONE SAX IIOUNS, in B flat, each


BASS
ditto, C and B flat, with 4 Pistons,
CONTRABASSE, in E flat

12 iS
18 18
18 18

18 18
21

14

29

each

6
6
9 9
9 9
10 10

14.

15 15

is Performers.

Total cost

H1

15

FOR A BRASS BAND OF T^VSNTV PERFORMERS.


1

SOPRANO SAX nORN, in E flat and 1)


ALTO ditto, in B flat and A flat, each

flat

4 CORNET-A-PISTONS, each

5
4
4
2

2
2
1

TENOR SAX HORNS, m F and E flat, each


FRENCH HORNS, with 3 Pistons, each
TRUMPETS,
BASS

ditto,

CONTRABASSE

in

C and B

flat,

9 9
12 13
9 9

with Pistons, each

TENOR TROMBONES, R flat and Aflat


BARITONE SAX HORNS, B flat, each

with Pistons, each

with 4 Pistons, each

14 14

12 12
25 4
18 18
25 4
18 18
15 18

IS 18
29 8

15 15

flat

SO Perfoi-mers.

Total cost

190

FOR A BRASS BAND OF T'WENTY-SIX PERFORIHIERS.


SOPRANO SAX HORN, in E flat and D flat
ditto, in B flat and A flat, each
2 ALTO
4 CORNET-A-PISTONS, each
2 TENOR SAX HORNS, iu F and E flat, each
4 FRENCH HORNS, with 3 Pistons,each

6 6 9

4 TRUMPETS, with

9 9
12 12
9 9
10 10
8 8

3 Pistons, each

BARITONE SAX HORNS, B

3
1
1

TENOR TROMBONES, B

flat

flat,

6
6

each

and Aflat, with Pistons, each

BASS
ditto, G and F, with Pistons each
OPHECLEIDE, in C
2 BASS SAX HORNS, C and B flat, with 4 Pistons,
CONTRABASSE, in E flat

14 14
.,.

36 Performers,

Total cost

FOR A FVIiL iym:.ITARV BAND.


As

used by the

Band of the Coldstream Quards.

in B flat, each
in E flat

9 CLARIONETS,
1

ditto

FLUTE

PICCOLO

FRENCH HORNS,

10

,.,

OBOES, each
each

TENOR TROMBONES, each

10 10
9 9
9 9
6 6
5

1
2

BASS
ditto
BASSOONS, each

12 12

2 SAX HORNS, in F and E flat, each


2 TRl MPETS, each
2 COfNiiT-A-PIsrONS, each

EUfllONIUM
OPHECLEIDE

CONTRABASSE, E

.:

flat

50 Performers.

Total CTist

Drawhvgs of the abeve Instruments senffne on

npplicatioru

12 IS
25 4
18 18
50 8
37 16
21
16 16
9
9

10 10
29 8
16 15

254

fl

(k

THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE

Ti:STi]yi:oNiAt.s
RECEIVED BY

MESSRS. JULLIEN & CO.


FROM VARIOUS REGIMENTS.
From

the Coldstream Guards^


42, Vincent Square,

March

\ith, 1853.

have great pleasure in stating that the whole of the Brass Instruments
lately furnished to the Band of the Coldstream Guards have given great satisfaction to the
regiment, myself, and the musicians who play on them. I also consider it due to you to say,
the instruments (25 in number) furnished by you to the North York Rifle-Militia have met
with unqualified satisfaction.
I am, Gentlemen, your obedient servant,
C. GoDFaEY, Band-Master, Coldstream Guards.

GEXTLEiMENr

From
Dear

the 16th Iiancers.


Cavalry Barracks, Bundalk, March \&th, 1853.

I have much pleasure in saying that the Brass Instruments (Cornopeans


have purchased of you are brilliant-toned, roost perfect in tune, and very
highly finished.
I have used them for some time in my profession, and can say, with every
I am, dear Sirs, yours most respectfully,
confidence, they improve.
J. G. Jones, Band-Master, 16th Queen's Lancers.

Sies,

particularly)

From

>'

Mt
tois, I

Edinburgh, March 2ith, 1853.


dear Siks, The Instruments we have lately received, made by Besson and Couram happy to inform you are much approved of by the performers of the band and I

my

testimony to the richness of tone and to their very superior workmanship,


am, dear Sirs, yours truly,
J. P. Clarke, Band-Master, 7th Hussars.

also can bear

the 7th Hussars.

Prom

the

2nd Dragoon Guards.


Netvhridge Barracks, 22nd March. 1853.

Gentlemen,

Having used Cornets-a-Pistons

in the

both by Courtois and Besson, and supplied by you,


easy to play, and possessing great brilliancy of tone.
servant,
J.

Frcm

band of the regiment, manufactured


can recommend them as being very
remain, Gentlemen, your obedient

Clarke, Band-Master, 2nd Dragoon Guards.

the Royal Scots Greys.

Birmingham, March 15th, 1853.


have to acknowledge the arrival of the Tenor Sax-Horn and Cornopean of Courtois', and have much pleasure in informing you they give very great satisfaction
snd are certainly the best instruments we have ever had. I remain, my dear Sir, yours
Yery truly,
D. Owen. Band-Master Royal Scots Greys.'.

My

Dear

Sirs,

From

the 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars.


Nottingham, March 15M, 1853.
Dear Sir9, 1 am very happy in being able to inform you that I do prefer your instruments, manufactured by Besson and Courtois, to those which I tried and examined in Paris
and elsewhere. I have the pleasure to remain, dear Sirs, yours, &c,,
Adolph Kcbnio, Music-Director of the 8th King's Royal Irish Husuar*.

TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED BY JULLIEN

From

the

4th

Iiig^ht

Sc

CO.Contlnue'

'

Dragoons.

Ipswich, April \2th, 1853.


Dear Sirs, I have had frequent opportunities of testing the merits of the Brass Instruments manufactured by G, Besson and Antoine Courtois. I can recommend them as possessing the utmost purity of tone, and correct intonation.
The instruments are elegant in
form, and finished in the most superior style of workmanship.
I am, dear Sirs, yours very

truly,

W. Devin,

From

the

Band-Master, 4th Light Dragoons.

50th Regiment.

Sirs,
Having examined and carefully tried the Brass Instruments made by Besson and
Antoine Courtois, and also the Wood ditto made by Buflet sold at your establishment, I
certify that they are perfectly la tune, and made on the very best principle.
I am, dear
Sirs, your obedient servant,
P. Castaldini, Band-Master, 50th Regiment of Foot.

Fron\ the 76th Regiment.


11, Arihur-street, March 26tk, 1853.
Gentlemen, I received, last night, the Besson's Cornetto which you sent me, and it
me great pleasure to inform you that, as far as my knowledge permits, I find it perfect

gives

and superior style of finish ; indeed, I did not


expect otherwise, after the opportunity I have had, during my stay in London, of examining
your stock of Besson's and Courtois' Brass Instruments, w.hich I can safely pronounce the
best in Great Britain.
I remain. Gentlemen, your most obedient servant,
G. De Angeliz, Music-Master, 76th Regiment.

in every respect, both for brilliancy of tone

From

the 28th Regiment.


Moxs. buffet's clarionets.
Gentlemen, I have used Mons. Buffet's Clarionets of different descriptions, and
can speak in the highest manner of their superior excellence
they possess the most
'

beautiful and brilliant quality of tone, exceedingly well in tune, and they are finished ia a
very elegant manner.

W. Wallace,
MONS. BESSON

Gentlemen,

Having for some

Music-Master, 28th Regiment.

PISTONS.

used Mons. Besson's Pistons in my band, I


approval of them. They possess great brilliancy of

ti.ne past

can have no hesitation in testifying my


tone, are beautifully finished, and well in tune.

W. Wallace,

Music-Master, 28th Regiment.


Lancaster, June 20 ih, 1853.

Siaa,

The instruments furnished by you have given great

satisfaction.

Wm. Assheton

Cross,

Capt. 1st Royal Lancashire Regiment of Militia.

London, May 24 th, 1853.


Brass Instruments which I lately received from you of
Besson's and Courtois' manufacture, are of the very best description, and they have given
and I can have no hesitation in saying that
evtry satisfaction to the performers in my band
Yours &c.,
they are certainly the best I have ever heard.
J. Suckling. Band-Master, 26th Regt., (Cameronians.)

Gentlemen,

The supply of

Head-quarters, Warrington, June 18M, 1852.

Dkar

much

pleasure in telling you that the whole of the instruments you


The drums you lately sent are
have furnished the band with, have proved to be excellent.
I remain, yours truly,
alio very good.
John DavIs, Band-Master, 4th Royal Lancashire Light Infantry.

Sirs,

I feel

register

ia

kept of Ihe most

efficient

Band

Masters, with their qualifications and tcstimoniali.

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upon our predecessor.
At the same time, we beg to caution our friends and the public against spurious
imitations of our Tables lately advertised by men professing to have left our establishment.
beg to say we have parted with none of our workmen whose services were
worth retaining.
than

We

The Cushions

of Old Tables can be Restuffed

Cloths of the finest texture

made

on the Patent Principle.

expressly for Messrs.


house in the Trade.

Thurston

Co. by the first

Balls of Superior Ivory well seasoned and turned on the Premises,

14,

CATHERINE: STREET, STRAND, LONDON.


Also Inventors and Manufacturers of

THE CENTRICAI.
Being the best

IIEVOI.VING

I.A1MIF,

light ever constructed for Billiard Tables.

THE GAME OF BILLIARDS.


By Edwin Kentfield,

of Brighton.

AND

Published by the Proprietors, THURSTON


CO, Sold also by SMITH,
ELDER, and Co., 65, Cornhill, and may be had of all Booksellers.

S
T

iis

A It SA7iLIl.IX>I.A.

many eminent medical men

asserted by

that there

is

no Medicine

in the

MatehA

Medica comparable

to Sarsaparilla for recruiting the debilitated constitution, resioring the tone of the stomach, improving tlie general state of the system, and, by its

continued use, removing various morbid symptoms ascribed to a deranged condition


of the fluids
sucli as eruptions on the skin, ulcerations, scorbutic and cutaneous
diseases, and rheumatic pains, operating as a general and complete purifier of the

blood. BUTI.KR'S

"COMPOUND CONCENTRATED DECOCTION, OR

FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA,"

is the original of tiie now numerous


extensively prescribed by Medical Practitioners; it is
most carefully prepared from the finest Jamaica Sarsaparilla imported, at a low tem^
pcrature, so as to preserve entirely the virtues of the root in their most efficient and
concentrated form.
A pint bottle is equal to four quarts of the ordinary preparation.
Prepared and sold in pint bottles, 20s.; half-pints, 10s.; and quarter-pints, 5s. 6d.5
by
& HARDING, Chemists, 4, Cheapside, Corner of St. Paul's, London.

preparations of the kind, and

is

BUTLER

BUTLER'S TASTELESS SEIDLITZ POWDER,


IN ONE BOTTLE.
This useful aperient preparation, besides forming an equally efficient and far more
agreeable Draught than that produced by the Common Seidlitz Powders, is made in
much less time, and with infinitely less trouble. To allay fever or thirst, a teaspoonful,
in water, forms a most refreshing Saline Draught.
Being enclosed in a bottle, it will
remain uninjured by humidity during the longest sea voyage or land journey.
Sold at 2s. 6d. the bottle (which is enclosed in a case, and accompanied by a
measure and spoon), by the preparers, Butler & Harding, Chemists, 4, Cheapside,
Corner of St, Paul's, London.

OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI

PURE MEDICINAL COD

OR,

LIVER

OIL.

Messrs. B- and H. beg to inform those who have recourse to the above Medicine, that they
it of the purest and sweetest quality direct from Newfoundland, and can confidently
it, and at a moderate price.
Wholesale and Retail Agents for Jefferys and Roof's Respirators; also. Cook and Williams'
Kew Respiratory Organ aud Chest Protector.

receive

recommend

BXJTLER'S GREGORY'S

STOMACHIC PO^VDER.

This compound of Turkey Riiubarb, pure Magnesia, and aroma of Jamaica Ginger,
was a favourite remedy of the celebrated Professor Gregory, of Edinburgh, in cases of
acidity, flatulence, torpidity of the bowels, and all those aff'ections consequent on
impaired digestion. It will be found particularly serviceable to gouty subjects, and
is the best and safest medicine in ordinary stomach complaints of infants and children.
In bottles, 2s. 9d. and 4s. 6d.

BUTLER'S MEDICINE CHEST DIRECTORY.


Family, Sea, and Government Medicine Chests

fitted

up with appropriate Medicines

ar.d Directions, for all climates.

*^*

And

all

Medicines of repute, with allowance


exportation, of

BUTI.X:it AITB
Chemists,

The above may

4,

Cheapside,

Merchants and

others, for

HARDING,

Comer

also be obtained of J.
and Co., 20, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh
throughout the country.

to

of St. Paul's,

London.

Sanger, 150, Oxford Street; Davenport


or through most respectable Druggists

TO

MEMBERS OF REGIMENTAL MESSES.

MEMBERS

of Regimental Messes, Residents in India and the Colonies, are


respectfully solicited to inspect the articles supplied to them, purporting to
as in consequence of the great
&
be the manufacture of
repute in which their various condiments and table-supplies are held, large quantities
of|goods are prepared so similar to theirs in outward appearance, that the deception
is not discovered until the purchaser has opened them.
It is therefore important to all who wish to guard against disappointment, to careB. do not guarantee any articles to be of their
fully examine their purchases, as C.
manufacture, unless bearing their name and address in full on the various bottles and
The indents C.
corks.
B. execute for the principal storekeepers in India and the
British Colonies are most varied and extensive, comprising (among other preparations
too numerous to be included in the limits of an advertisement) the following well
known supplies:
Pickles of various descriptions, the whole (with the exception of white Onions and
Mushrooms) prepared with pure White Wine Vinegar.
White Onions and Mushrooms prepared with pure Distilled Vinegar only. The
Mushrooms are preserved immediately they are gathered from the grounds, at C.
B.'s factory at Lewes, Sussex.
The Royal Table Sauce, a warm rich sauce for cold meat and general purposes.
Essence of Anchovies, in the preparation of which none but the best Gorgona Fish
are used.
The Celebrated Soho Sauce, for game, venison, fish, &c.
Dinmore's Essence of Shrimps, one of the most delicious sauces ever introduced
for imparting a relish to all kinds of boiled and fried fish, and being milder than the
Essence of Anchovies, has met with a decided preference ; the true flavour of the
Shrimp is fully retained as it is manufactured on the sea coast, where C. and B. have
a factory for this express purpose.
Sir Robert Peel's Sauce for general purposes; each bottle is labelled with a facsimile of the late Right Hon. Baronet's letter of approval.
Soyer's New Sauces, one mild for Ladies, and one warm for Gentlemen ; these
sauces are manufactured under Monsieur Soyer's own direction.
Soyer's justly celebrated Relish, in universal use throughout the world.
Fruits in bottles for tarts, and Crystallised Fruits for dessert.
Jams and Jellies of the first quality, prepared with the strictest attention to the
preservation of the fine aroma of the fruit.
Strasbourg Potted Meats, Anchovy and Bloater Paste, and Pate a Diable, for Break-

BLACKWELL,

CROSSE

&

&

&

Luncheon, &c.
Fine Bologna Sausages, hermetically sealed in tins.
Real York Hams, prime Wiltshire Bacon, and dried Ox Tongues, hermetically sealed
Real York Hams and Ox Tongues preserved in jelly.
Berkley and Chedder Cheese, preserved by anew process in tins, hermetically sealed
Prepared Parmesan Cheese, in bottles for Macaroni, &c.
Preserved Salmon, Oysters, Lobsters for Sauce, Herrings a la Sardines, Yarmouth

fast,

Bloaters, Sardines in Oil, Oysters preserved in Jelly.


All the various kinds of Preserved Meats, Soups,

immediate use.
Dried Herbs in

bottles.

Game,

Vegetables, &c.,

Essences of Herbs and Spices of

all

fit

for

kinds, for purposes

of flavouring.

Syrups for Ices, comprising Pine Apple, Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, Lime, CurStrawberry and Cherry ; any of these diluted with water make a cool and delight-

rant,
ful

beverage.

Arrowroot, Macaroni, \'ermicelli,


See. &c.

Durham Mustard, Table

CROSSS AND

Vinegar, Olives, Capers,

BI.ACKVri:i.I.,

IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY,


21, SOHO-SQUARE, LONDON.

PURVEYORS

Established 1706.

MEBAI..

FZIIZZ:

WATHERSTON

BROGDEN'S

&

GOLD CHAINS,
By Troy Weight

at Realisable Value, and the Workmanship at W^holesale IVIanufacturers' Prices.

GREAT
THE
blished

EXHIBITION

having esta-

the advantage of purchasing from

the Wholesale Manufacturer, wherever it can


be accomplished, and thereby dispensing with
an intermediate profit,
KRSTON &
beg to announce that, in obedience to the numerous calls made upon them,
they have thrown open their Manufactory to
the Public, at the same prices they have been
in the habit (for the last half century) of
charging to the Trade in London, India, and
the Colonies.

WATH

BROGDEN

WATHERSTON & BROGDF.N beg to


Cautiox the public against the ELECTROGOLD CHAINS and POLISHED ZINC
GOLD, so extensively put forth in the present day, under the title of " Pure Gold ''
and "Fine Gold," and to call attention to
the genuine Gold Chains made from their own
ingots, and sold by Troy weight, at its bullion
or realizable value.

The system of Weighing Chains against


Sovereigns being one of the greatest frauds
ever practised on the Publie.WATHERSTON
&
guarantee the Gold in their
Chains, and will repurchase it at the price
charged the workmanship, according to the
intricacy or simplicity of the pattern.

BROGUEN
;

Example.

Intrinsic value of a Chain of


weighing

I^

Ounces

I5-Carat Gold

Supposing the Workmanship

be

to

19

19

arrangement, the purchaser will see at a glance the proportion charged


By
for LABOUR compared with the Bullion in a Gold Chain, and being always able
to realize the one, will have only to decide on the value of the other.
this

%* An

extensive assortment of Jewellery, of the

first

quality, all

made

at their

Manufactory.

X6,

Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, I.ondon.


ESTABLISHED

1798.

xt

CHURCH OF ENGLAND
%iU

Insititution,

fivt g[ssurance

anti

HEAD OFFICE-5, LOTHBURY, LONDON.


Empowered by

Special Act of Parliament, 4

Sf

5 Vic, Cap.

XCtt.

SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, ONE MILLION.


(a lust of the proprietors periodically enrolled in the HIOH COORt
OF CHANCERT.)

Major James Oliphant, H.E.I.C, Chairman.


Carnac Morris, Esq. F.R.S.
William Ambrose Shaw, Esq.
Edward Heathcote Smith, Esq.
Rev. H. T. Tucker, M.A.
Jonathan Hopkinson, Esq.
Jotin
Walker, Esq.
Lamb,
Esq.
James
Sir William White
Captain Macdougall.
Rev. Richard Wood, B.D.

The Dean of Armagh.


Rev. Edward Carr, LL.D.
Rev. W. Harness, M.A.

J.

BRANCH
Edinburgh Ofl&ce,

55,

Glasgow Office,

Moore Place.

Dublin

3,

Office, 52,

Madras

Lower Sackville Street.

Agent, Murdoch Green, Esq., Solidtof'

Agents, Messrs. Parry and Co.

Singapore ^5-e^

T. O. Crane, Esq.

Adelaide -4^ef, W.

C. Crane, Esq.

Agents, Messrs. Burton and Pownall.

Sydney
of

Agent, William F. Skene, W.S.

Agent, Robert Baird.

Agents, Messrs. Colvin, Ainslie, Cowie, and Co.

Calcutta

Cape

OFFICES.

Great Kixg Street.

Good "SLo^Q Agents,

Messrs. Thomson, Watson, and Co.

HOME.
This Institution adopts both the proprietary and muttial system of Life Assurance, ind
the policy-holders under both systems are fully protected by the large subscribed capital of
the

Company.

FOREIGN.
on the Lives of Parties resident in India and other parts of the world gtanted By
Institution on very favourable terms to the Assurers.

Policies
this

Prospectuses, the necessary Forms, and every requisite information for effecting Assumay be obtained on application at the Head Office as above, or to any of the
Agents of the Company.

rances,

WM. EMMENS,
xvi

Secretary.

THE NEW
ANNUAL ARMY
MILITIA

LIST,

LIST,

FOK

1854
(BEING THE FIFTEENTH

ANNUAL VOLUME),

CONTAINING

THE DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAR


SERVICES AND WOUNDS OF NEARLY EVERY OFFICER
IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, AND MARINES.
CORRECTED TO

30th

DECEMBER,

1853.

WITH AN INDEX.

Major H. G. HART, 49th Regt.

/"T^TT^x

NuV.

LONDON:

1925

JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET


1854.

Xi\

^TV-^

*,*

All coin.munlcatioHS to be addressed to Major

LONiJON
I'ftlNTfiD

Hart, 50, Albemarle

BY STEWART AND MlJIiRAV,


OLD BAILEY.

Street,

London.

CONTENTS.

page
454
Adjutants of Recruiting Districts .... 264
.\irlt's-cle-Canip to the Queeu
117
Artillery, Royal
265
326
Barrack Masters
Cadets, Company of Gentlemen
275
Canadian Rifles
260
Cape Mounted Riflemen
259
Ceylon Rifle Regiment
257
Chaplains' Department
012, 445
Chatham Garrison
262
Chelsea Hospital
318, 453
Colonels
30
Commissariat Department
306, 427
Dragoon Guards
121
Dragoons
128
Engineers, Royal
281
Field Marshals
5
Foot Guards
144
Foot (Numbered Regiments)
151
Foreign Corps on Half Pay
446
Foreign Orders
4C6
Foreign Stations, Staff on
322
Garrisons
318, 452
General Officers

Recruiting Staff

Actions or Battles

General Officers receiving rewards for

Gentlemen
Corps of

at

Arms, the Honourable

German Legion

116
446

GoldiCoast Corps

261

Great Britain Staff


Half-pay List
Hibernian Militaiy School
Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of.

319
337
453
120
264
262
318
50

Inspecting Field Officers


Invalid Depot at

Chatham

Kilmaiuham Hospital
Lieutenant- Colonels

. .

118, 119

Light Dragoons
Local

130
112
262
86
263
292

Rank

Maidstone Depot Staff


Majors
Malta Fencibles
Marines, Royal

454

Medals, &c. (Gold)

Medical Department

309, 430

Medical Department, Ordnance

291

Military College

318, 453

Miliiary

Asylum

318, 453

jNIilitary

Prisons

318
553
261
460
460
460

Militia

Newfoundland Companies
Order of the Garter
Thistle
St.

Patrick

Bath
St.

461

Michatl and

Orders, Foreign

Ordnance Department
Paymasters of Recruiting
Provisional Battalion at

St.

George 465
466
265, 326

Districts ...

Chatham

....

264
262
264

Retired Officers on Full Pay

472

Distinfiiiished Services

patre

Life-Gnards

331, 337
Brigade
257
Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 275
Sappers and Miners
286
Staff at Head Quarters
117
Staff of Great Britain
319
Staff on Foreign Stations
322
Rifle

Staff Officers of Pensioners


St.

Helena Regiment

Tower of London
Veterinary Surgeons on h. p

Wist India Regiments


Yeomen of the Guard

315
260
452
445
254
115

EXPLANATIONS.

K.G.

Knight of the Order of the Garter,

K.T.

Knight of the Order of the

Knight of the Order of

K.P.

Thistle.

St. Patrick.

G.C.B.

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath.

K.C.B.

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath.

C.B.

Companion of the Order

of the Bath.

G.C.M.G.

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of

K.C.M.G.

Knight Commander of

ditto

ditto

C.M.G.

Companion

ditto

ditto

G.C.H.

Knight Grand

K.C.H.

Knight Commander of

ditto

ditto

Knight of

ditto

ditto

K.H.
K.C.

of

Michael and St. George.

St.

Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order.

Knight of the Crescent.

HL

Before the

Name, denotes

)P

Before the

Name, denotes

that the Officer was at the Battle of Trafalgar.


that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the

South of France.

C Officers
318a

actually present in either of the actions of the


Such Officers are
16th, 17th, or 18th June, 1815.
allowed two years' additional service.

Waterloo Medal. <


C.

N. B.

Names

In the List of General and Field Officers, the

Officers retired

printed in Italic are those of

from the Army, who have been specially allowed

to retain their

Rank , but

without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion,

The Figures prefixed

Names denote

to the

actually attached ; the Letters

s.

and

r.

the Staff, or on the JRecruUing Service

Officer belongs to the Reserve Battalion.

allude to the Riding Masters

and Depot Adjutant


notes Temporary

only.

r.

distinguish Officers

before

The Letters B. M.

The *

The Letter

name

the letter

tlie

name

employed on

denotes that the

in the Cavalry

Regiments,

pm. and

d. adj.

denote the Depot Paymaster

before the

Name

or Date of Commiosionj de-

the Letters d.

respectively.

Rank

the Battalions to which the Officers are

after the

before the Date indicates that the

Commission

was purchased.

The words subscribed to the

titles

of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c. denote

the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their Colours and

appointments, in commemoration of their Services,

THE

NEW ANNUAL ARMY

LIST.

1854.

FIELD-MARSHALS.
His Majesty the

KING

of the

General, 2 May, 1816

Field Marshal, 24 May, 1816.

His Royal Highness FRANCIS

[3

BELGIANS, KG. GCB. GCH.,

of

SAXONY,

GCMG.,

Prince of

8 Feb. 1840.

ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duke

SAXE COBURG AND GOTHA, KG.

KT. KP. GCB.

Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 Sept. 1852

Governor and

Constable of Windsor Castle, 18 May, 1843; and Colonel-in-Chief of the Rifle


Brigade,

23 Sept. 1852.

mSi

HENRY WILLIAM,

General, 25 April 08

ANGLESEY, KG. GCB. GCH.,

Marquis of

Colonel* 12 Sept. 93; Colonel, 3

May 9G;

General, 12 Aug. 19

Royal Regiment of Horse Guards, 20 Dec. 42

3faJor. General, 29 April 02;

Lieut..
Lieut.

Field Marshal, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel of the


;

Captain of Cowes Castle, 25 Mar. 26.

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17

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Services of the General Officers tuho are not Colonels of liegiments.

Lord Cork served

ia Flauders, in 1793, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and


at the former of which he was one of the storming party.
In 1794 he accompanied
the expedition under Lord Moira ; was present at the battle of Alost, and made prisoner at the
capitulation of Bergen-op-Zoom.
Served with the Guards in Holland, in 1799. Commanded
the first battalion of the Coldstream Guards in Egypt, in 1801, and was present
at the taking
of Alexandria, and in the ditferent engagements with the army under Sir Eyre Coote,
to the
westward of Alexandria. Has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt.
2
Lord Lorton served with the 58th as a marine on board the Vengeance 74. Went out with
Sir Charles Grey's expedition to the West Indies, in 1793, and served in the 1st
battalion of
Grenadiers, under the command of the late Duke of Kent, at the captures of Martinique,
St.
Lucia, and Guadaloupe; on the conclusion of the campaign rejoined the 58th at Martinique.'
Ta
about six weeks following, in consequence of a French force having re-taken Grande Terre, he
was ordered with the Grenadiers again to Guadaloupe, and was engaged in the several actions
of that second campaign; in covering the retreat of the troops from Point-u-Pitre,
was struck
by a spent ball, which was the occasion of a handsome compliment from Sir Charles Grey in
front of the Grenadiers, while inspecting the remains of the army on the
afternoon of that
fatal day, as in fact he was a volunteer on this second expedition, having
previously received
permission from Sir Charles to return to Europe in consequence of promotion.
During the
night the troops were re-embarked, he commanded an advanced position close
to the French
lines while the operation was in progress.
Served also during the rebellion in Ireland,
in 1798, at Vinegar Hill, &c., and subsequently as a Brigadier-General in the
Western District.
3 General M'Kenzie served the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, including the several
actions between the Waal and Rhine, forcing the enemy from St. Andre, sortie from
Nimeguen,
and the actions at Thuyl and Geldermalsen. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain
under
Sir Wm. Henry Clinton.
4 General White was appointed, in 1793, Brigade-Major to the Guards employed in the
canapaigns in Flanders, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk,
and at the
action and storming of Lincelles.
5 General Bonham served upwards of 22 years in the West Indies, and acted as chief of
the Quarter-Master-General's department on the two expeditions against St.
1

Dunkirk,

Lucia and Tobago,

and Demerara and Berbice; on the latter he was second in command. He was also
present at
the stormmg of Morne Fortunee, St. Lucia, on the night of the 2d of June,
1803.
Gosselin
6 General
commanded a Brigade on the expedition against Genoa, under
Wm. Bentinuk ; and on its capture was appointed commandant there until the peace Lord
with
France. Subsequently he commanded a Brigade in the American War,
and was present at
the attack on and capture of Castine on the Penobscot.
7 Lord Carysfort served as Secretary to the mission of Colonel Crawfurd,
at the headquarters of the Archduke Charles, and was present at all the battles of
the campaign of 1796
Germany, at the siege of Kehl, and the affair at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine,
berved as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cornwallis in Ireland during the Rebellion
after which he
was employed in Germany, and was present at all the actions of that year in Switzerland,
under
General Hotze, and with the Russian army at the battle of Zurich. Campaign
in Egypt as
Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, and afterwards to Lord Hutchinson. On the
QuarterMdster-General's staff on the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Spain, under
Sir John
Moore, including the battle of Corunna. Embarked with the Guards for Walcheren in
July
1809, and served in the reserve in South Beveland.
Accompanied the Guards to Spain in 1811
and was appointed to the command of the garrison of Cadiz. At the defence of
Tarifa, he was'
second in command. Marched from thence with the detachment of the
Guards that joined
Lord Hill, and subsequently formed a junction with the Duke of Wellington on his
retreat
from Burgos. In 1813 he returned to England, and shortly afterwards he again
embarked with
a detachment of Guards for Flanders, a brigade of which he commanded
in the attack on Ber-

gen-op-Zoom. Medal for services in Egypt.


8 General the Honourable T. E. Capel served the campaigns in Flanders under the Duke of
^^^''^^ afterwards in the Peninsula and was employed as AssistantAdjutant-General
Jat V^
Cadiz
in 1811
he has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna.
9 General the Honourable A. P. Upton joined the Duke of York's army in
Holland, in
Nov. 1794, with which he served the ensuing winter campaign, and
returned to England with
the army in May 1795, In 1799 he was appointed Aide-de-camp
to Sir Ralph Abercromby,
and was present at the battle of the 27th Aug. on the landing near the Helder, as also
at those of
the 10th Sept., 2nd and Cth Oct. Appointed Assistant-Quarter-Master
General to the army
:

War

18

Services

of the General

Officers.

under Lord Chatham in 1809: landed at Walcheren 27th July with the troops, and was present
at the actions in which the enemy were driven into Flushing, and also at the siege of that place.
Served at Cadiz from Apr. ]811 to Aug. 1812, and with the Duke of Wellington's army on the
Quarter-Master- General's staflf, from Sept. 1812 to the end of the war in 1814, including the
retreat into Portugal, actions of San Munos and Osma, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of theNive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12thDec.,
passage of the Adour, action of St. Etienne, investment of Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie.
Employed as military correspondent with the Bavarian army in 1815, and was present with it in
its various operations.
He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp for the battles of Vittoria
and the Nive and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Nivelle.
10 General Huskisson served in the field, in India, under Lord Lake, and subsequently
at the siege of Ryghur, and at the capture of several towns and forts. In October 1818, commanded at Candeish, at the taking of Behauderpore and Amulneir.
11 General Monckton served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798.
12 Lieut.-General Buller served the campaigns of 1793 and 94 in Flanders; and subsequently
in the "West Indies, including the siege of Sf Lucia, and reduction of Grenada. Was appointed
Aide-de-camp to his Majesty George III. 25 July 1810.
13 Sir Henry Edw. Banbury served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 19th
Served also on the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and
Sept., 2nd and 7th October.
6, and was present at the battle of Maida, for which he has received the Gold Medal.
14 Lieut -General S. Brown served in Egypt in 1801, as an Assistant-Quarter-MasterGeneral. In January 1808, he was sent on a secret service under the orders of the Secretary
of State, and appointed Deputy-Quarter- Master-General to the forces under General Spencer.
In June 1808, he was employed on a secret service in Portugal, and was present as a volunteer
at the battle of Roleia, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
15 Lieut. -General Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira and the
Duke of York. Engaged during the Carib war in St. Vincent's at Port-au-Prince, in St.
Domingo and at Fort Irois during the three months' siege. Served also at the siege of
Copenhagen, 1807.
16 Lieut.-General Armstrong went out to Flanders with Lord Moira, in 1794 joined the
Duke of York at Antwerp, and was in that disastrous retreat through Holland in the winter of
1794-95, and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798, and was
Assistant- Adjutant- General of the Centre District under General R. Dundas, until the peace
;

of 1802.
17 Lieut.-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of
Asseerghur, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served also at Walcheren in 1809.
18 Lieut-General Johnson served the campaign of 1808-9 in the Peninsula as a Major in the
32nd and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, for which he has received
the War Medal with three Clasps.
19 Lieut-General Yates served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the Egyptian medal.
20 Sir Charles Thornton accompanied the Guards to Holland, in March 1793, under the
Duke of York, and was present at the battle of Famars (wounded), siege of Valenciennes,
retreat from Dunkirk, taking of Lannoy, where he lost his right arm by a cannon-shot.
21 Sir Frederick Trench served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; at Walcheren, in 1809; in the Penin-

and in Holland, in 1814.


22 Lieut.-General Uniacke served in Ireland throughout the rebellion of 1798 and 99 and
during the preceding and subsequent disturbances, part of the time as aide-de-camp to Sir
sula, in 1811

James

Duff.

23 Lieut-General Darley served at the siege of Port-au-Prince, in St. Domingo, in 1794;


subsequently at the siege of Morne-Fortunee, in St. Lucia; in Egypt, in 1807. Commanded
300 men on an expedition in a joint attack with H. M. frigates the Imperieuse and Thames, and
in co-operation with a party of seamen, ascending the heights of Palinura in Calabria, against
a strongly -posted enemy three times the strength of the assailants; drove them off the ground,
and maintained the post for three days. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from August 1813
the actions of the
to the end of that war in 1814, iccluding the battle of the Nivelle, and
Nive before Bayonne, on the 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec. 1813, for which he has received the Silver
War Medal witb two Clasps.
n
24 Lieut.-General Aylmer served at the Helder in 1799, including the action of the 10th
Sept; Egyptian campaign of 1801 (Gold Medal); expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 under
Lord Cathcart; campaign of 1808-9 in Spain and Portugal, including the battles of Roleia,
Vimiera, and Corunna, for which, and for Egypt, he has received the War Medal with four
Clasps. He served subsequently with the expedition to Walcheren.
25 Lieut.-General Vernon served the campaign of 1808-9 in the Peninsula, as a DeputyAssistant- Adjutant- General. Subsequently in the same capacity with the Duke of Wellington's
Served with the 2nd batarmy until June 1811, and was present at the battle of Talavera.
operations,
talion 66th, at the surprise of a French division at Arroyo de Molino, and other
of
the Forts and battle of
reduction
With the Queen's at the
until the capture of Badajoz.
Salamanca slightly wounded early in the day, and very severely at the close of the action, a
Folribs.
ball having entered his breast and lodged near the heart, after tearing along two
lowed the army again at the expiration of three weeks, and resumed the command of his
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War

Services of the General Officers.

19

regiment, with which he served in the various operations preceding, during, and subsequent to
He has received the gold Medal for Salamanca, and the silver War Medal
the siege of Burgos.
with one clasp for Talavera.
20 Sir Adolphus John Dalrymple served as Aide-de-camp to Sir James Craig in the Eastern
District, Malta, Naples, and Sicily, from July 1803 to May 1806, and as Military Secretary
to Sir Hew Dalrymple in Portugal in 1808.
26t Lieutenant-General Tremenheere commanded a detachment of Marines at the reduction
of Martini(iue in 1794, and at the reduction of the strong post of Fleur d'Epce at the capture
of Quadaloupe, 20 Feb. 1794.

27 Viscount do Chabot served in Holland, in 1799; in Spain, under Sir John Moore; with
the expedition to Walcheren, 1809; and subsequently in the Peninsula, until 1810.
28 Major-General Wm. Stewart served in the Peninsula, and has received the Gold Medal
for the battle of Albuhera.
29 Sir Henry W. Rooke embarked with the 3rd Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and
was present in the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., 2ad and 6th October. Embarked again for Holland, Nov. 1813, in command of the 2nd battalion of that regt, and was
present at the advance to Antwerp, bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and attack
on Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and

Waterloo.
30 Sir John Geo. Woodford served as Deputy- Assistant-Adjutant-General on the Expedition
to Stralsund, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807; and as Deputy- Assistant-QuarterMaster-General on the Expedition under Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army
in Galicia, and was present at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received the silver War
MkUI with one Clasp. Served afterwards in the Peninsula as an Assistant-(iuarter-MasterGeneral, and has received the gold cross for the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and the taking of Cambray.
31 Major- General Farrer has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for the Egyptian
campaign of 1801, and for the battle of Maida.
32 Major-General Hay embarked for the West Indies early in 1796, and served the campaign
In 1797 he was actively employed in the Island of St. Vincent
of that and the following year.
He served the campaign of 1808-9 in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, in the
18th Hussars, and was present in the cavalry actions of Mayorga and Benevente; and
was with the detachment that surprised and captured the enemy's outlying piquet at Rueda
commanded the rear-guard from Astorga and Batanzas on the retreat terminating with the
batile of Corunna.
He served also with the Army of Occupation in France until its return to
England in 1818. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Benevente.
50 Sir Francis Cockburn served in South America in 1807; in the Peninsula in 1809 and
1810; and in Canada from 1811 to 1814.
33 Major-General Charretie served three years in the East Indies, and was present at the
mutiny at Vellore in 1806, when nearly the whole of the 69th were massacred in their barracks.
He served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814,
He has received the War Medal
including the battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse.
with two Clasps.
34 Major-General Patrick Campbell (R. Artillery) was at the capture of St. Lucia in 1796,
and subsequently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan.
1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera and Castalla. He has
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Talavera.
35 Major-General Lautour served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons in 1811 and 12;
he attacked, with a squadron, on the 26th Sept. 1811, near El Bodon, a French Cavalry Regt.
which had captured part of the baggage of the Light Division, and covered the retreat of the
Present also at the siege of Bada74th, and five companies of the 60th, from Ciudad Rodrigo.
joz and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in command of a squadron he attacked, and took prisoners, a company of French Artillery posted in a vineyard, near Valladolid, supporting the
enemy's cavalry en 7th Sept. 1812, during the time the Army was crossing the Douro; he also
repulsed an attack of the enemy's piquets, making one officer and many men prisoners, at Monasterio and in front of Burgos on 2nd Oct. 1812; and he was continually on outpost duty, and
almost daily engaged with the enemy's skirmishers, and was slightly wounded in the retreat
from Burgos by the bursting of a shell. Served the campaign of 1815, with the 23rd Light
Dragoons, and was present in the actions of the 16th and 17th June, and at the battle of
Waterloo, where he succeeded to the command of the regiment and of the brigade. He has
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca.
36 ^lajor-General Beckwith served in Hanover in 1805-6; at Copenhagen in 1807, including
ihe action at Kioge.
On the expedition to Sweden in 1808; and that to Portugal in 1808-9,
including the action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded to Walcheren in 1809; subsequently to the Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pombal,
Redinha, Condeixa, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal, battle of Fucntes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad
Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, action at San Milan, battles of
V^ittoria, the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaignof 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. During the great portien of

20

War

Services of the General Officer*.

Medal for Toulouse, and lost left leg at


Waterloo.
37 Major-General Seott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present with the Scots
Fusilier Guards at the Passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto, subsequent retreat of Soult's
army, and battle of Talavera, where he was wounded through the body, and being left there in
He commanded the Scots Fusilier Guards for upwards of
hospital he was made prisoner.
three years.
Has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Talavera.
38 Major-General the Honourable H. E. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with
the 2nd battalion of the 27th, including the battles of the 13th and 2l9t March, and has received
the Gold Medal from the Grand Ssignior. Served also with the Portuguese army in 1810 and
1811, and was wounded at the battle of Busaco. He has received the War Medal with two
Clasps for Egypt and Busaco.
39 Major-General Bainbrigge served in the Peninsula in the Quarter-Master- Generals
department from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Torres
Vedras, part of the siege of Olivenca, siege of Giudad Rodrigo, last siege of Badajoz, affair of
the Guarena, battle of Salamanca, part of the siege of Burgos, affair of Villa Muriel, retreat
from Burgos to Giudad Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege of
San Sebastian, battle of the Nive, and actions near Bidart, Bussussary, and Villa Franque;
actions of Garris, Tarbes, and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the War
Medal with seven Clasps.
40 Major-General Napier served with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of
Kioge in" 1807. Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the expedition to Sweden in 1808; and
subsequently in Sir John Moore's campaign in Spain, including the retreat to, and battle of,
Corunna. In Sicily with the regiment until the autumn of 1810. Served afterwards in the
Peninsula on the staff, including the defence of Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd siege of
Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and the Nive including the various engagements near the Mayor's house slightly wounded on the 10th Dec, and severely on the Uth
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
lost left arm.
41 Major-General Thorn accompanied the Buffs to the Peninsula in Aug. 1808, where he
served until Jan. 1809. Returned to the Peninsula in June following, and commanded the
Light Company of the Buffs at the battle of Talavera. Employed as an officer of observation in
Spanish Estremadura from 29th Jan. to 3rd March 1810, from which period until the termination
of that war in 1814, he served as Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General with the 2nd
Division, and waa present at the battle of Busaco, 1st siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera,
actions at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, battles
of the Nive on the 9th and 13th Dec. (wounded); action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of
Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the troops from Bourdeaux to Canada in July
1814, as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg.
Horse killed under him at Albuhera; another in the action at the Pass of Maya; and a third in
the action of the 13th Dec. 1813, near Bayonne. He has received the War Medal with ten Clasps.
42 Mijor-General Sewell was appointed Aide-de-camp to General Beresford and proceeded
with the expedition that left England in 1807. Joined the Dulie of Wellington's army in Portugal in 1808. Was present with Sir John Moore's army in its advance and in its retreat to
Corunna. Was with the Duke's Head Quarters through the Peninsular war as Aide-de-camp
and
to Lord Beresford, and was present at the battles of Corunna, Talavera (actions on the Coa
Agueda, with the Light Division), Busaco, the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and St.
Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, Nive, before Bayonne (10th, lUh, and 13th Dec), Orthes, and
Had six liorses killed or wounded under
Toulouse, besides Cavalry affairs and skirmishes.
him in general actions. Has received the War Medal with ten Clasps. Served twenty years in
and is now a Major-General on the Staff at Madras.
India until the Breach of 1846
43 Major-General Darling served at the redaction of Guadaloupe in 1810, and was severely
wounded in the left knee by a musket-shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Proceeded to
the Peninsula, and joined the 5Ut Light Infantry at Ca^tdlo Brauco, in May 1812; engaged on
the heights of San Christoval, the battle of Salamanca, and surrender of the Retiro at Madrid;
employed with his regiment before Burgos; and after the retreat from thence he was attacked by
typhus fever, and sent to England for recovery, in May 1813. Rejoined the army on the heights
subsequent
of Echallar in September following, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and the
attack of the heights of St. Pe. Appointed Major of Brigade in Dec. 1813, and attached to
Major-General Hay's brigade in the 5th division, and was employed throughout the blockade
and operations before Bayonne Appointed Assistant-Adjutant-General to the 5th division in
April 1814, and remained in charge of that department until the embarkation of the division in
Aug. 1814.' On the renewal of the war in 1815, he was re-appointed to the staff as AssistantAdjutant- Gene) al, and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles Colville; employed with
storming of Cambray,
his division in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo, the
and capitulation of Paris. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Guadaloupe,
the aboye service he was employed on the Staff.

Salamanca, and Nivelle.


44 Sir Wm. Lewis Herries accompanied the 9th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806,
and served as a Brigade-Major in the expedition against Buenos Ayres. Aide-de-camp to Sir
Eyre Coote on the Walcheren expedition in 1809, and was actively employed at the siege and

War

Services of the General Officers.

21

taking of Flushing. Accompanied Sir Edward Paget


to Spain as his Aide-de-camp, in
June
1812; and when Sir Edward was fake,, prisoner on the retrt.it
from Burgos, Lord We ne"on
apponi d him to the Quarter-Master-GcnPral's staff, on
which he served und the end ofThat
war
lbl4, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, siege
of San Sebastian, pas.a^e of the Bidat
8oa, the three successive days actions at the Mayor'6
House, in front of Bidart, where he had a
horse shot under him On the 14th of April 1S14, whilst
end.aTOU.ing with L'eut. Moore (no

IJa^onne was killed and had iallen upon him, he received


a muket-shot in the left knee was
taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore
(both being woundtd), and his left les was
amputated the next morning. He has received the War Medal
with four cia^ns
M-Donald's services. -Expedition to South America,
aud assault of
Bntn^T'
Buenos
Ayres; T''Peninsu a, from Nov. 1808 to 1813, and in the South of France
from March
1814, including the battle of Busaco, Lines of Torres Vedras,
affairs at Red nha, Pomb=d,^nd
of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, third siege and
assau t of Bad no.,
affairs at Alva de Tormes, battles of
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 2.5th (had two horses
si o
'''^'
''''
'^"'"^^^^"^-^^"^
th;
head
'"/
'^
right thigh at he
L^st'lt
^'t!'\
assault '"^^'r
of Buenos Ayres, ..th
July 1807; in the left leg and right groin in the
Pyrenees SOih
July; and
the right shoulder and lungs at the assaul! of thelortified
rock on tie mount'Sn
Arolla, and surprising the enemy s posts in the
valley of Banca, Pyrenees, '>nd Oct 1813
He has received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Vittoria and the
Pyrenees and the silver
War Medal with four Clasps for Busaco, Albuhera, Badajoz, and Toulouse
^-A-y^^-^fner-il I'=ity served on the expedition to Copsnhagen in 1807.
Served afterwards
Tu
the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that
war in ISU^including the'siege ami capm^^^^
lof Badajoz, battle of Salamanca,
retreat from Madrid to Burgos, battles of'
Vittoria^ the
Pyrenees aud Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th,
10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Dec IsiS
besides various minor affairs.
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps
4, Lord James Hay served in the Peninsula and
was present at the battles of Vimiera
Tdlavera, Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria,
Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has
received the War Medal with eight Clasps.
He 'served dso the Waterloo c'ampailn
Wemyss served with the Walcheren expedition in ISOof and
sub^e.nl^H ^'"''/k T'"'^
f .1*".^^'^ t^ '^^ ^*J^b> 71st, and 92nd, from the
"
foria' on
3t- that
Dt
thaf BnV^L
'J 'i'j"""
Brigade under Lord
Howard
1810, to its final embarkation at Bourdeaux in 1SI4
''''
'^' ''''''' '"^ "^^ ^'- '^'^^ I^-bon, action of
PombaT Redmha
Pombal,
rdTnt^F^'
Foz i'f
d Arouce, "?'''f
battle '^'^f;"
ot Fuentes d'Onor, surprise of Gerard
at Arroyo de
^''^. '^' b"^^^ o^' ^1"^^-' action of Alba de Tomet
kfence
h'"" battle
M^'ot^^^P"^^*?"'
iefence of Bejar,
Vittoria (received the Brevet rank of iMaior), and
the Pyrenees a

ST.^ Yf- ^/V^^

Ll

T^

T'"

(severely

wounded), battles of the Nivelle, Cambo, Nive


^^^''jf
^^i^^Tu
^'^^'"''
^"T^' ^^- ^^^^^'' T'^rbes, Arriveriette, Orthes, Aire, and
r"^^'
"''" ^^^'''^'""''^^ ^1^0 against the Kandians in v^t-^xou.
xie
He
fL
^"f
" Ceylon
the u'''"'^f
V\ ar Medal with

^"^P.'.i'T*'

rouWp

h*;

..rT'

5
las received

seven Clasps.

a<^^oPanied Sir James Craig's expedition to Malta and


Naples
n\l^TnA^J''^'f-'^'t^'^V
'''^^'/T''^^"Pi\^'8^' battahon. Proceeded thence with the army
hch t'onk nn
^'"""^ y*^""' ^"'i
^^
p"^^;
at
the
P'-^^e^t
capture
o^"
he IMands
llndL? T T' i
'"Vt"*^- '^''f
of Ischia

and Procida.

He

joined the 3rd battalion of his rcc^iment (the o7,h^


at

Company, he was actively employed previous to and


at the battle of vfttoria,
avesfment nf
Qvestment
of ^P
Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees at the Pass of
lloncesvalle= heights of
.mzoain heights above Pampeluna, storming of the
French position on the 3o'h Ju?y and
'''
l^t\P^"'^^^ ^' ^be^Bidassoa, heights aboie'v:"'
u'oLldofthTliht^ocompanies
'''^."t
of the right brigade 4th division, he commenced
the battle of
he Nivelle by an^^\l'-^^
attack upon the French advanced redoubt in
storminj? their main position his
orse waskdled under him; and in following
them up drov^ them out of the vHla "e^of S pj^
le was also employed m the affairs
at Garret's House and near Bayonne on 10th .nd
ISdiDec
'"'.' P*"* ' "^'^^' * ^^P^l the enemy's encroachment upon
our winter position
fl actively
o r
^''V
Iso
employed upon the heights of Bidash. Commanded the
above-mentioned
light comames at the battle ot Orthes, battle of Toulouse-the
previous day to which he took posseSu
^''
'-.''' ^"''^^' ^"-'^ d'Orade,'which had been captured bj
charge
cr.;ot^?h7l'th
ot the 18th Hussars
k"""
M morning he moved off his post and covered the
Next
advance
^"^,-1^^'-'^
'''' ^'^'^ '^^^'^'^^'^t of thecolumnj
tJrn the rrht^^rth" ^'^'^^'rf
'T''"^
''" .^'''^"'-'*' "f ^^^ '^^'^i^n till it crowned the
heights
orse killed fnL/h^'T^''/V''^
'^'''' ''' ^^^ ""*^^> ' skirmishers, and took up
a line to cSver
e col.^,^n. HM
i,r^ I P^^ 'u'"
'^' termination of the Peninsular War he embarked at Bourdeaux
Uh ,rT.f l^attalion
i^T
Inn^?
2/th regt. for Canada; was present in all the
operations on Lake
ihLn.
"''''1
to^Montreal.
lie wa/afterwards preset
thet;,ture' of'prr'if ; 1
"'T ^''^"^^"I^

L\Zu^t

Cn
'

}aKVa

"""

'""^''''^

'

'" ^''''"'^^

^"^

the

ua
thttefcfatnVv'.f'''-n'^'^'^'''''^'i'i:;'^^'^"'^
tnree Olasps tor Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nive
.

army

of occupation. He has received


an^d the Silver War

Mdu

Toulouse;

the 52nd in Sicily, in 1806 and


7; on the expedition
SvSYn^l'80^''\f^th"p
oweaen,
1808;
the Peninsula under Sir John Moore in 1808-9;
at AValcheren in 1809,

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22

Services of the General Officers.

In Portugal from 26th Jan to 1st June


including the bombardment and surrender of Flushing
the Penmsula and South of Trance
1811 includinj? the action at Sabugal. Subsequently in
including the battle of Vittoria, passage of
from loTh Jan 1813, to the end of that war in 1814,
and Toulouse, together with the intermediate
the Bidassoa, battles' of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes,
the battle of Waterloo, iieServed also the campaign of 1815, and was present at
affairs
that of Lieut.-Colonel for former
and
Orthes,
of
battle
the
for
Major
of
rank
Sed'the brevet
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps.
,
services in the field.
^ ^
a
with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen and
51 MaTor General Shaw Kennedy served
at the
present
was
and
inclusive,
1812
In the Peninsula from 1808 to
battle of Kioee in 1807.
and of Badajoz and battle of Salamanca,
acton of The Coa, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo
three Clasps. Served also the campaign of 1815
?or which he has received the War Medal with
including the battles of Qnatre Bras and AVaterloo.
,
. ,,
c n^r^o
Colour of the 23rd at the siege of Copen52 Sir Thomas Henry Browne carried the King's
thence to the West Indies, and was
America;
to
regiment
his
Accompanied
1807.
hagen n
^
America, and thence to Portugal in
wounded a the capture of Martinique. Proceeded again to
the field at
in 1812, and was
r8Tr He was appointed to the Staff of the Adjutant-General
and the Eetiro siege ot Burgos Vittoria (where
he battles of slamanca, capture of Madrid
the actions of the 11th, 12tb, and l.itn
he was wounded in the head), the Pyrenees, NiveUe,
Toulouse. On the escape of Napoleon
Dec 1813 before Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Orthes, nnd
Stewart (the present Marquis of Londonfrom Elba he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord
the head-quarters of the Austrian and
dernO and served the campaign of 1815 with him, at
Medal with eight Clasps.
Eussia'n armies. He has received the War
, u f^^
mentioned in Colonel G lUespie's despatch, for
53 Mator. General Maclachlan was honourably
the
was
he
occasion
which
on
in
1806,
Vellore
at
his conduct at the suppression of the mutiny

''Ir^S^ NtoU::StrtStlunteers

in a boat of the Blancke M,.t., boarded


armed cutter Albion (torn under the guns ot
and captured, on the 3rd Nov. 1803, the Prench
wounded by a musket-ball, which
Monte Christ e, St. Domingo,-in this action he was severely
On board the
out
at his right side, lodged in the -r-'coming
an^d
abdomen,
the
enSng
Feb. 1807. On the 26th June 1808.
\L,.1,rrd at the nassage of the Dardanelles on the 19th
gun-boat V^%^
w a boati ;?:wf h^b'oarded and captured the ItalianSeverely
^^^
^^j'^'i'iri:^
attack on ort
at the
wounded
1809.
the reduction of the Island of Anholt in May

West Indies, in 1801 -d 1802 on the


"""^'Sir Fred:?i'ckAstworth served in the 58th,
1805 and 6, and was present at the battle o
expedition to Naples under Sir James Craig in
1809 he was at the capture of the Islands ol
Mafda and served the campaign in Calabria. In
with the 2d Battalion of the 58th^
and Proclda He served afterwards in the Peninsula
the whole of the siege of Burgos and retread
and was present at the battle of Salamanca, at
which he served with the Army on the Eastern^
from then^ce into Portugal; subsequently to
and in Jamaica in 1817.
In 1814-15 he served in Canada; in France in 1815
coaTt ot' Spain
and Salamanca.
He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Maida
under Sir David Baird to Corunna in 1808; froril
56 Maior-General Balneavis proceeded
B M^Ken^^^^^^^
and was appointed Major of Brigade to ^ajor^General
;

Sa

thence to Lisbon,
and was present at the battles o*
sXade- served hroughout the whole of the war in Spam, occupation of them and subsequen^
TafaviL and Busaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras,
he received the brevet rank of Major; siege ol
advance bTtle of F lentes d'Onor-for which
Michael siege of Burgos
C^Sa^Rod go, covering the siege of Badajoz, storming of FortatSt.
which battle he succeeded tc
Madrid, and battle of Toulouse,
battle of Salamanca, capture of
North,
of the 27th regt. Embarked at Bourdeaux for
the command of the 3rd battalion
Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, and was
on arriving there he was appointed
Orleans.
New
to
proceeded
Gave up his staff situation and
battle ff Plattsburg.
fr" eTa't
to Sir Manley Power, and served afterwards
at the capture of Paris as Aide-de-camp
nine Clasps.
^irhthp Arm V ot Occupation. He has received the War Medal with
includinfi
?;rved in the Peninsula from March 1809 to Nov. 1813,
7 Mait-GLeral
Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees^
the passage of the Douro, battles of
skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees on tW
beside many other minor actions and
in the lungs-this wound was long co^,
Sth JulvTsiS, by a musket-ball which is still lodgedAlbuhera,
and the silver War Medal with
for
Medal
gold
the
received
has
He
mortal.
sidered
Pyrenees.
four Clasps for Talavera, Busaco, Vittoria, and
,o.,
.n.^
1807, in tW
the Grenadier Guards in Sicily
58 Mafor General Higgin^on served with
battl<
the
at
present
was
and
1808-9,
in
Moore
c.mna in hi the north of Spain with Sir John
Portuga^
Joined his regiment
nt with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809.
of Corunn^
of th*
into Spain in 1813; commanded a detachment
Tu 1812 and advanced with the army
year^
same
Sebastian 31st August "^ the
Grenadier Guards at the .turming and capture of San
th^
and
Nivelle,
the
present at the passages of the Nive,
was
Pyrenees,
the
by
Fra^ice
S^^ered
Embarked with his regiment at BourdeaMj
Sour alTduring the investment of Bayonne. re-enforcements
Jun
to the Netherlands
1814. Went with

AmeS

Kent

Sie

the army left France in


remained in France
""S ^hf
7815 arrived li Paris shortly after its capture, and
1830 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord HilH
of its occupation by the allied army. In

when

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of'

the General Officers.

23

Commander-in-chief, and continued on his staff upwards of twelve years, until his lordjiip's resignation of office from ill health.
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
59 Sir George Bowles served in the north of Germany in 1805 and G, under Lord Cathirt.
Tresent at the sioge and capture of Copenhagen in 1S07, In the Peninsula from 1809 to
(excepting the winters of 1810 and 11), and was present at the passage of the Douro ;
J314
ittles of Talavera, Salamanca, and Vittoria
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo. Badajoz, Burgos, and
Ian Sebastian ; capture of Madrid ; passages of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour ; and
le investment of Bayonne.
Present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the
ipture of Paris.
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps.
60 Major-General Bunbury served with the storming party at Fort Frederick, and at the
lipture of Surinam in 1804.
Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the attacks
1 Merxem, and the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp. Servedj^also in the American
lien

ar.

62 Major-General Bobbins served in Sicily in 1806-7 with the Ist Brigade of Guards under
John Moore. Subsequent!}' with the 7th Hussars in the Peninsula and France in the
impaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment and surrender of Panipeluna, the battles of
(fthes and Toulouse, with several intermediate affairs of outposts.
Served also in Flanders
1815 with the 7th Hussars; was present at Quatre Bras, cooimauded a squadron of the
ir

1.

ear Guard in the affair at Genappe, also at the battle of ^Vaterloo where he was severely
ounded. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Orthes and Toulouse.
.63 Major-General Macneil served in Sir John Moore's retreat, and subsequently at Wallereninl809; in Swedish Pomerania in 1813, in Holland in 1814, including the attack on
ergen-op-Zoom, Served also the campaign of 1815, including battle of Waterloo,
64 Major-General Sutherland commanded the few troops on the Gold Coast in the successful
Derations and actions against the Ashantees, whom he defeated and dispersed (about 20,000

irong) in

June and July 1824,

65 Major-General Rainey served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in
with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off the coast of Spain, and at Cadiz on surrender of
(507
ke French fleet; from thence joined Sir Arthur Wellesley's army at Mondego Bay, and was
I'terwards present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under Sir
ohn Moore, Accompanied the regiment to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the surinder of Middleburgh, siege and capture of Flushing. Joined the army in the Peninsula in
!!ay 1812, and served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Bradford during the siege of the Forts of
iilamanca, battle of Salimanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat therefrom,
jrved afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through the Tras-os-Montes in 1813, at
e battle of Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Toloso, storm of the fortified convent in front
f San Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle
' the Nivelle, battles of the Nive
on the 9th and 10th Dec severely wounded wounded also at
le siege of San Sebastian,
Served in France with the Army of Occupation from the capitulaDn of Paris in 1S15 to the end of 1818.
He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps.
66 Mijor-General the Honorable Charles Gore joined the 43rd in the Peninsula in July
Ul, and was present and one of the storming party of Fort San Francisco at the investment
Ciudad Rodrigo also at the siege and storming of that fortress and of Badajoz, battle of
ilamanca, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Andrew Barnard
and in a similar capacity to Sir James
,empt in the battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, the Nive (9th, 10th, and 11th Dec), Orthes, and
oulouse.
He was also in the action of San Milan, capture of Madrid, storming of the heights
Vera, bridge of Yanzi, and all the skirmishes of the Light Division from 1812 to the close
the war in 1814 ; after which he accompanied Sir James Kempt with the troops sent to
anada under his command returned to Europe in time for the campaign of 1815, and was
.st and principal Aide-de-camp to Sir James Kempt, and present at the battles of Quatre Bras
lorse shot), and Waterlco (three horses shot), and capture of Paris, He has receivtd the War
edal with nine Clasps.
67 Major-General Walton served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and capture of
openhagen in 1807. He embarked for the Peniosula in 1808, and served the campaigns of
409, 1810, and the first part of 1811; and was present at the passage of the Douro and capjre of Oporto, the battles of Talavera and Busaco, the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras,
lid the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier.
He served also in Holland, Belgium, and
I'fance, from Nov. 1813 to Nov. 1818; and was present at the bombardment of Antwerp, the
Itack on Bergen-op-Zoom, the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and the capture of Paris,
ILe served 40 years in the Coldstream Guards, and commanded the regiment upwards of six years
|ie has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Talavera and Busaso,
1:68 Major-General Lewis served in Sir Richard Strachan's action, 4th Nov, 1805,
Comanded a battalion of Marines in the American war, including the action atBladensburg, attack
1 Baltimore, and
various ikirmishes in the Chesapeak.
09 Major-General Lawrence, prior to entering the Royal Marines, served four ye;\rs and a
lit a< Midshipman in the Royal Navy.
In 1793 he served atToulon; landed at Fort Lx Malgue
id Fort Mulgrave during the siege.
In 1798, at the capture of a French squadron of three
igates and two brigs off Toidon.
In 1805, battle of Trafalgar; the ship in which he served,
e ( 'olossus, lost 2UU in killed and wounded.
In 1810, at Cadiz during the blockade, was the
;

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24

Services of the General Officers.

senior captain of tbe expedition against Malaga, In 1814 and 15, served off New York on the
American coast, until hostilities finally ceased.
70 Major-General Jones was at the defeat of the French fleet by Lord Howe, 1st June 1794
and by Lord Bridport, 23 June 1795. On board La Revolutionaire when she captured the
Unite, 12th April 1798.
Wrecked off Brest in 1804, and detained a prisoner of war until 1814.
71 Major-Geneial Connolly served in Lord Bridport's action, 23d June 1795.
In 1796 served
in the Mediterranean, including the evacuation of Bastia, capture of Porto Ferrajo, and destrucOn board H. M. S. Excellent in the battle off
tion of Martello Tower in St. Fiorenzo Bay.
Cape St. Vincent, 14th Feb. 1797. Capture of Admiral Perrie's squadron off Toulon in 1798,
On board the Hannibal, in the battle of Algesiras,consisting of three frigates and two brigs.
6th July 1801, wounded and taken prisoner. On board H. M. S. Penelope, in the action off
Flushing and Ostend, under Sir Sydney Smith, 16th May 1804. Present at the siege of Copenhagen, and capture of Danish fleet in 1807, and at Nyebourgh in 1808. In 1812, on board
H.M.S. Hamadryad, when attacked by French privateers; debarked with detachments at ScheDuring the above periods he has been very
veling, and took possession of the Hague in 1814.
frequently engaged with the enemy in affairs of gun-boats aud batteries, &c, &c. He has received a reward from the Patriotic Fund.
72 Major-General Shawe served the canopaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the PenServed also in Holland and Belgium from Nov. 1813 to
insula, including the battle of Busaco.
Sept. 1814, and was severely wounded at Bergen-op-Zoom.
He has received the War IMedal
with three Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Oncr, and Ciuilad Kodrigo.
73 Major-GeueralBeatty's services: landed at the attack of Santa Cruz, Teneriffe, when Lord
Nelson lost his arm; battle of the Nile; siege of St. Jean dAcre (wounded); was fav^ourably
mentioned in Sir Sidney Smith's despatch. In 1803 he was at the capture of the Harmonie
privateer, and the surprise and destruction of Fort Dunkirk, Martinique.
The publication of
the despatches connected with these events, in which he was most favourably mentioned, procured him a patriotic sword of the value of 50/. Captain of Marines in the Couraqeux, at the
capture of the Marengo and Belle Poute in March 1805; and in the Doneyal, Capt. P. Malcolm,
when the small squadron under his command attacked two French frigates under the batteries
of La Hogue, near Cape Barfleur, 10th November 1810. He has been engaged in other affairs
of minor importance, and was selected for the duty of accompanying Sir G. Cockburn with
Napoleon in the Northumberkaid to St. Helena.
74 Major-General Parke wis present in Duncan's victory near Camperdown, 11th Oct. 1797;
commanded two companies of trine Artillery in Spain in 1 8 1 2, and three companies in America,
from 1813 to 1816, including the attack and capture of the entrenched camp at Hampton;
besides the above, he has been twelve times engaged with the enemy in boats and on shore.
75 Mijor-General Fane served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1812 to March 1814, including
the battle of Vittoria, assault and capture of San Sebastian, and battles of the Nive on 9 and 13
Dec. 13. Served abo the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo,
at the former of which he was severely wounded.
He has received the War Medal and three
Clasps for Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive.
76 Sir Maxwell Wallace while serving at the Cape of Good Hope as Captain 2l3t Light
Dragoons, was sent in 1812 in command of a squadron of that Regt. into Caffraria with BrigadierGeneral Graham's expedition, which in seven months of bard and severe work drove the Caffres
across the Great Fish River. He served also the campaign of 1815, and was present in the action
On the 16th June 1815,
at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo.
he was appointed, by Major-General Baron Dornberg, Orderly Officer, to assist his BrigadeMajor, Captain Robais the General's Aide-de-camp, Captain Krachenburg, being taken prisoner
the following day, he took Robais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain Wallace, ActingBrigade- Major; and, Robais being killed on the 18tb, the Duke of Wellington confirmed;
Captain Wallace on the Major- General's recommendation.
77 Mujor-General the Hon. -John Finch served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the ISthl
Hussars, and was engaged at the battle of Vittoria (sabre wound), Orthes, and Toulouse, for
which he has received tbe War Medal with three Clasps. He was also present, although not
personally engaged, at the battles of the Pyrenees and the Nive. Accompanied Lord Combermere to India as his Military Secretary, and was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore.
78 Major-General .James Lindsay served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; at the'
the Peninsular campaigns of 1812 and 1813
the subsequent cam-;
defence of Cadiz in 1811
paign in Holland, under Lord Lynedoch, including the assault of Bergen-op-Zoom, at which
he was severply wounded.
79 Major-General
joro served in the Peninsula with the 52nd and was pi'esent at the!
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajnz, and St. Sebastian, and at the battles of Salamanca, Vittor;a, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
He was
also at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope, and was
severely wounded and taken prisoner with tliat general. He served also the Waterloo campaign
on the htaffof tlie Quarter Master-General.
80 Sir Henry Ftoyd accompanied General Sir William H. Clinton to Sicily in 1811, and to
Spain in 1813, as his Aide-de-camp, and was present at the battles of Biar aud Castalla, siege
an blockade of Tarragona, in conveying orders to Ordal, and subsequent blockade of Barcelona.
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WarServices of the

Genmd

25

Officers.

of 1815, with the loth Hussars, and was present


at the battles
"'a^nes ui
of
olTi^'L^^^/w^'P^'P
IJuatre
Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of Paris.
81 Major- General Cochrane landed with the first
expedition to Portugal on the 3rd
Aup ISOb, and served in the Peninsula during; the campai{?ns of 1808, 9, 10,
11, and part of 1812
^^''^^'^"' -'^ I^--. -treat lo ^nd o^c^Ja.ion of
"/
Ihe nne?.U ToS"'
of Massena on h s retreat from the lines,
^"'''"'T^?'m"'
'
action of Kedinba,
uiprure
u r re ot
o" Campo
r?n, .'? Ma^'or,
aT
siege of Ohvenfa, first siege of Badajoz and
repulse of the sortie
fro.a 1-ort San Chnstoval, siege and storming
of Ciudad Rodrigo besides various minor
He served for nearly two years in Canada during the AmeHcan
war, as Aide-de-eacnn to
he Uovernor-General and Commander of the
forces. Lieutenant- Gener;i Sir George
Prevost
jrrevost.
Hr has received the War INledal with six Clasps.
82 Sir Henry Somerset served the campaigns
of 1813,14, and 15, including the battles
during a protracted service on the frontiers of
ho(',nT^fP ^iV
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lue
Iv ithr
tHr tribes.
frihl
Iv
5
He has received
the War Medal with three Clasp^^.
Wodehouse served in Portugal from May 1808 to Dec. 1811, including
the
. ;,! !f
Dattle
ot v'^'^'"""''^
\imiera, campaign trom Lisbon to Oporto, and battles of
Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor'^ ''''
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^'^3^^'
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It
ioidou.e
He has received the %M^^"''\^^'
Silver War Medal with four Clasps.
8 t M^ijor-Geueral Wetherall was in action with a squadron of French
frigates in the Mozam)U!ue Channel in June 1810; in the attack of
a squadron of French frigates in port S.E of the
^^ """^l'^'''* "* ^''^ '" 1811' a^ Aide-de-camp to
ui'i ,r CPHPr^l \v etherall,
,h^ 'u'lAf-'^u'"'r^
Vlajor-Generan\
for which
he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
He was
ppomted a C.B. for his distmguished services in the suppression
of the insurrection in Canada.
8; Major-General Simpson served
the Peninsula from ]May 1812 to May 1813
includinghe h.tter part ot the defence of Cadiz, and the attack on
Seville."^ Served also the
of
ami was severely wounded at Quatre Bra?. He served
as second in command to Sir
the campaign against the Mountain and Desert
Tribes
situated
on the
ii'hf r.n^''Pf!I
ignt
bank ot the Indus, early in 1845.
86 M.jor-General Love served with the 52nd regt in the expedition to Sweden
under Sir John
.loore, and afterwards in Portugal and Spain, including
the advance into Spain, retreat to, and
>attle of, Oorunna, besides the different afiHiirs
on the retreat. Served afterwards in the Peuin
u a with the Light Division including the storming of Ciudad
Rodrigo, and all the afiairs and
attles
which the Light Division took a part up to 1812. During the
campaign in Holland
Older Lord Lynedoch, he was present at the attack on the
fortified village of xMerxem and the
ombardment of Ant^rerp
Present in the several affairs before New Orleans,'
and in the
ttatk on that place, on which occasion he had two horses
shot under him, and was sli<^htlv
rounded in the arm by a rifle-ball. Served also the campaign
of 1815, and received four severe
pounds at the battle of Waterloo, when the 52nd regiment
charged the French
ruards.
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Corunna, Busaco, Imnerial
Fuentes

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'^"'>Ia.i^r- General the Honourable George Anson served
the campaign of 1815 with the Scots
usiher Guards, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
Sir
Duncan
M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806,
88
including the
tkirmishes at St. Euphemie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla
Castle, and capture of Catrone
.ampaign of 1807 in Egypt, includiDg the attacks in the Desert, and
siege of Rosetta
aign
Ho land in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vf re and Flushing Cam-'
Camaigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14.
Capture of Corsica in May 1814.
Vounded through the right shoulder by a musket-shot at Maida,
for which battle lie has
.'ceived the ^V ar Medal with one Clasp.
89 Major- General Hamilton served with the 5th Regt. the
campaign of 1799 in Holland
Hcluding the actions of the 19th Sept. Snd and 6th October. In 1805
he embarked for the ex:sdition on the Wtser, but was wrecked off the coast of
Holland and made prisoner of war In
e0(, he sailed with his Regt. on the secret expedition
wliich eventually proceeded to Buenos
.yres and was engaged in the attack on that city in July
1807, as also in all the skirmishes
{hich took place before and after that battle.
Alter the unsuccts.ful result of this campaien
becc^me one of the hostages given up to the Spanish authorities. In Jan. 18U8 he
returned
om South America; and in July foUov^ing embarked with the 5th
at Cork with Sir Arthur
i/ellesley s expeoition to the Peninsula, and was present at
the battles of Roleia and Vimiera
on the retreat to and battle of Corunna. }n 1809 he accompftnie-d
15 also
his RePimcnt to
Si^alcheren, and was present at the successful attack
on the French outposts at Fluihina.rivmg them within the fortress
on the 7th August he commanded the line of out-pique
ts* in
lont ot i<iu!,fiir.g when the French made their most
desperate sortie, against which he held his
round against a very superior force on this occasion he lost a leg,
He has received the
Iver War Medal with three Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera.
and Corunna
90 Sir James D< luiis served with the 49th on board H. M. S. Mrnwrc/,,
at the battle of
.openbageu in 1801, and was wounded in both bands and contused
from bis nautical know.dge derived from prior service in the Navy he was
enabled to render an important service
irmg this action, by fishing the cable, which by misapprehension of
orders had been nearly
,

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Services

of the General

Officers.

war, including battle of Queenstov


cut through by a seaman. Served in the last American
Stoney Creek (wounded in tv
(wounded), storming of Fort George (horse shot), action at
horse shot, which fell on him), ai
places with musket balls, and also contused by having his
Commanded a division at the battle of Maharajpoi
action of the Rioids at Hooples Creek.
K.C.B. Sir James received tl
29th Dec 1843 (a Bronze Star), for which he was appointed a
which occasion he commanded th
Brevet rank of Major for his services at Queeastown, on
bir Jam:
arrival of General Brock,
post during the operations which took place prior to the
has received the Naval War Medal with one Clasp for Copenhagen.
r,
i
j
the Coldstream Guards, and
91 Maior-General Bentinck served in the Peninsula with
one Clasp. I
wounded at Barrosa, for which battle he has received the War Medal with
^
served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at Waterloo.
^ ,
,
t
i,o
(jenerals
9' Maior-General Baumgardt was present and served during the whole ot
the battles
including
and
in
1803,
4,
5,
7,
Lake and Sir G. Hewitt's campaigns in India
Agra, Dheig, Bhurtpore, ai
Laswarree, Futtighur, and several minor actions the sieges of
Suppressed
Served during the whole of the Mahratta campaign in 1817 and 18.
Hattras.
Garrison in 1833. berv
very serious insurrection in Bombay, when Commandant of that
and commanded the storming colum
also during the Aff'hanistan campaign in 1838 and 1839,
He has received the Medal with two clasps for India.
against the fortress'of Kbelat.
before Buen
93 Sir Robert Nickle served with the 88ch in the action of the 2nd July 1807,
severely wound*
Ayres- volunte'-red and led the Forlorn Hope on the 5th July, and was very
of about five montl
and his party all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception
of his regiment, the 881
during the whole of the Peninsular war from 1809 to the embarkation
the passage of the Douro, battl^
in 1814, at Bourdeaux for North America, including
advance of the army to and trc
Talaver'a and Busaco, second siege of Badajoz.the retreat and
Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenfr
the Lines at Torres Vedras, battle of Vittoria, sortie from
battle of Toulouse (ve
Nivelle Nive, and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and
advanced and outposts, berv
severely wounded), independent of a great many skirmishes of
the advance across t
afterwards in the American war in the affair of Plattsburg, where he led
insurrection in British Nor
Sarinac River, and was wounded. Upon the breaking out of the
He t
there.
America in the winter of 1837, Sir Robert Nickle volunteered his services
seven Clasps for the ott
received the Gold Medal for Nivelle, and the Silver War Medal with
Vjof Mpg
1801, andjacco:
94 Maior-General Falconar joined the 61st Regt. at the Cape in February
the Desert with it, a
panied it to Egypt, joining General Baird's army at Cosier crossed
the campaign
remained with the Army of Egypt until 1803. In 1804 and 1805 he served in
Its
the campaign of 1806
Italy under Sir James Craig. Served with the 78th Highlanders
Catrone, &c. In 18<
under Sir John Stuart at the battle of Maida, siege of Scylla, capture of
and forts ot Alexandr
the campaign in Egypt, including the attack on the fortified heights
siege of Rosetta, actions at Rosetta a
1st affair at lake Elcho and Elhamet, investment and
Flanders CO
Elhamet 21st April. Served the campaign of 1814 and 1815 in Holland and
and bo
manded Light Infantry 78th at both attacks of jMerxem, attack of French at Brescat,
War Medal w
bardment of Antwerp. Has received the Egyptian Gold Medal; also the Silver
him when acti
two Clasps for Egypt and Maida at which last battle he had a horse shot under
as Aide-de-Camp to General Acland.
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j
^,
1809; and sub
95 Sir Richard England served at the siege and capture of Flushing
was emploj
He
Sicily in 1810.
in
the
army
with
Adjutant-General
the
of
Staff
on
the
quently
the Cape of Good Hope in U
in all the operations of the Caffre war on the eastern frontier of
AfiFghanistan in 1841 8
and 36; and he commanded a division of the army in Scinde and in
advance by the Bombay colui
42, and was engaged in several affairs with the enemy in the
and in its retreat from Candahar.
, .o,r
-r,
j
in 1805 and 6
96 Maior-General Middleton served in the West Indies with the Royals,
country
Mahratta
Northern
the
to
Madras
from
proceeded
which
the Staff" with the army
18
yond the Nerbudda River, iu 1809 and 10 with the 22nd Light Dragoons in Java during
and at the cavalry charge wh
12 and 13 and was present at the affairs of the 10th and 21st,
Fortr
26th Aug. 1811, after the
finally settled the conquest of that valuable Island on the
Djocjocarta, and
and Lines of Cornelis had been forcfd. Employed also at the taking ot
the gallant Gillespie. Was
under
Island
the subsequent operations which took place on that
the whole of the Mahra,
the field with the 22nd Light Dragoons in 1815 and 16, and during
Munro at if
war of 1817, 18, and 19, and was present with the division of the late Sir Thomas
Shallapore, at which 1
capture of the Forts of Daumul, Dorwar, Bedamme, Belgaum, and
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Java.
place he was severely wounded.
Dragoon Guards from
97 Maior-General Macintosh served in the Peninsula with the 3rd
and act
1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca,
passage of the TorB
Munos,
San
at Alba de Tormes, retreat to Ciudad Rodrigo, and action at
action at Horm:
above Salamanca, and attack on the French rear-guard under General Villate,
Tarbes, attack on
before Burgos, battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, action at
French cavalry rear-guard at St. Gaudens, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the ^
JNIedal with two Clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse.
1812
98 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April

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War

Services of the General Officers.

27

consequence of a wound received at the


and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
iHe has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle,and Nive.
with
Cavalry
as a volunteer in the Rebellion in
a corps of
99 ^lajor- General Paterson served
Ireland in 1798. He served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 in the 28th Kegt.and was present in
|the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, as also at the capture of Grand Cairo and Alexaudria.
lie served in the 77th in
,In ISO.) he accompanied Lord Cathcart's expedition to the Continent.
the Peninsula and South of France during the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, and 14, including the
.affair at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Badajoz, investment of Bayonne
and repulse of the sortie, besides various skirmishes. When the rebellion broke out in Canada
Served five years in the West
in 1837 he volunteered his services, which were accepted.
Indies.
He has received the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign,
land the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Egypt, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Bidajoz.
100 JIajor- General Wright's services:
Engaged in most of Lord Nelson's attacks on Rota
and Cadiz in 1797; battle of the Nile; campaign of Naples in 1799 surrender of Ovo and Novo,
Egypt in 1801 and battle
,Fort St. Elmo, Capua, and Guata; cutiing out of the Guiep at Vigo
JFeb. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in
battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaifin of 1815,

of Algiers in 1816.

101 Myor-General Everard's services:


Expedition to South America, including taking of
iMaldonadi); actions previous to, and assault of Monte Video, where he commanded the Forlorn
iHopp.
Campaign and battle of Corunna. iixpedition to Walchcren, and siege of Flushing.
Commanded 14th regt. at the siege of Hattras, 1817. Commanded Flank Battalion in the campaigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastings. Commanded 14th Regt. at the siege and assault
of Hhurtpore, 1826.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna.
102 Major-General Bisshopp's services:
Campaign and battle of Corunna ; expedition to
[Walcheren; campaign in the south of France; capture of Bhurtpore in 1826. He has received
'

'the

War Medal

Wm

with one Clasp for Corunna.

103 Sir
Robert Clajton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the
.Peninsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and
lat the period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo.
He has received the M'ar Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria.
104 The Hon. Sir George Cathcart served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germanj',
as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cathcart, and was engaged at Lutzen 3rd May, Biutzen 20th and
'21st May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipsic 16th, 18th, and 19th Oct. 1813, Brienne 1st Feb., BarServed also the camsur-Aube, Areis 21st March, and Fere Cbampanoise 25th March 1814.
ipaign of 1815, as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battles of

Quatre Bras and Waterloo.


105 Major-General Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th Regt. in several actions
Severely wounded through the leg when leading a night
in the Travancore war. East Indies.
Present also at the
attack against the enemy's position at St. Mary, in the island of Bourbon.
capture of the Isle of France, where his company armed with rifles formed the advance immediately on the disembarkation of the troops, and with which he was constantly engaged with
;the enemy during the three days march on Port Louis.
106 Major-General Jackson served in the Peninsula, from April 1809 to the end of the war in
11814, including the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco; action at Pombal Redinha, and
,Foz d'Arouce (wounded), battle of Fuentes d'Onor (3d and 5th May), first siege of Badajoz,
action at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and capture of Padujoz,
battles of Salamanca, Vittoria (horse shot). Ma} a Pass, Pampeluna, 15th July, Pyrenees,
30th July, Nivelle, Nive, and Bayonne. Present at Waterloo, and with the army <jf occuServed in India and Arabia from 1819 to 1826, including the capture (if
pation in France.
iBeni-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and for which service he was recom^mended by the Marquis of Hastiness for the rank of Lieut.-Colonel. He has recs ived the War
iMedal with nme Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vit,toria, Pyrenees, NivelJe, and Nive.
107 Major-General Mansel served with the 10th in the Mediterranean; subsequently with the
|53rd in the Peninsula, and was severely wounded at Toulouse, for which battle he has received
jthe War ^Medal with one Clasp.
108 Mijor-General Bradshaw's services: Expedition to Madeira, in 1807; expedition to
iiWalcheren, 1809, including the landing at Ter-Vere, siege and bombardrntnt of Flushing;
Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war, including siege, assault, and capture of Ciud^-J
Rodrigo and Badajoz; operations on the Bilas^^oa and Adour, bl ickade of Biyonne, and repuUe
of thetortie.
He has received the War :Medal with two Clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo and B iddjnz.
In9 ^lajor-General John Drummond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guaros
.from January 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria,
the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of St Jian de Luz, battles of Nivelle and Nive, the
iinvestment of Bajonue and repulse of the sortie, and has received the War Medal with three
Clasps
served also with the army of occupation in France.
110 Major-General Freeth served in the Peninsula and France from May 1809 to Jan. 1814,
and was present at the following actions and sieges; viz.: Fuentes d'Onor, capture of Ciudad
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28-29

War

Services of the General Officers.

Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Burgos, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, near Pamplonn,
Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with eight Clasps.
111 Major-General John Leslie was at the taking of Travancore in 1808 and at the capture
of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810: after which he served in Java and was present in the
engagements of the 10th, 22ad, and 26th Aug. 1811. He served also in the Pindaree war in
1817, and with the Army of Occupation in France.
He has received the War Medal with one
;

Clasp for Java.


112 Major-General Coles served in India under Lord Lake the latter part of 1804 and the
campaigns of 1805 and 6. On the termination of the war in India he returned to England was
promoted to a company, and embarked for Spain served the campaign of 1808 -9 under Sir John
Moore, inckiding the action at Lugo and retreat to Corunna. Accompanied his regiment on
the expedition to the Scheldt in 1809
landed at Walcheicn ; was present at the siege and
surrender of Flushing, and remained with the force on the island until it was evacuated. Joined
the army under the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsular in 1813, was present at the passage
of the Bidassoa, the battles of the Nivelle and Nive, the passage of the Adour, the investment
of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie.
Marched to Bourdeaux and embarked for North
America in 1814, was present at the passage of the Saranac and the action of Plattsburg. Served
in Canada till the latter part of 1826 when he was promoted to a Lieut.- Colonelcy unattached.
Has received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive.
113 Major-General Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle,
and investment of Bavonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles
of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. He has received the War Medal with
two Clasps for Nivelle and Nive.
114 Sir Richard Dnherty served at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadaloupe in
1810, and has received the War Medal wiih two Clasps.
115 Major-General Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, including the battles
of Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo, besides minor affairs. Severely wounded by a
grape-shot while carryin;^ the regimental colour of the 38th at Salamanca, and slightly
Wounded at Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. ]Major-GeneraI
Byam's first commission was an ensigncy in the 38th, with which Regt. he served two campaigns; all his other commissions and the rest of his service was in the 15th Hussars.
116 Major-General Prendergast served in the Peninsula with the Scots Fusilier Guards from
Dec. 1811 to March 1814, and was present at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of
Burgos and retreat from thence, affair at Osma. battle of Vittoria, sieges of Badajoz, and San Sebastia,n, attack at St. JeandeLuz, battleof the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne,
siege of the Citadel, and repulse of the sortie. He has received the War Medal with four Ciasps.
1 17
Major-General Yorke served in the Peninsula with the 52nd and was present at the battles
of Roleia, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, and Orthes
(severely wounded), and at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz (wounded), for which he
has received the War Medal with ten Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign.
118 Sir John Rowland Eustace served in Upper Canada the campaigns of 1813 and 1814,
in command of a troop of the 19th Light Dragoons attached to the division of the army under
the immediate command of General Sir Gordon Drummond. and was engaged in the battle
of Lundy's Lane near the Falls of Niagara on the 23d of July 1814, and commanded the whole of
the cavalry outposts and piquets daring the siege, was present at the storming of Fort Erie,
and had the honour to be personally mentioned in the general orders of 1814 upon three different
occasions.
Accompanied the 1st battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 1838,
and was pre.sent with his regiment in the advance upon Napierville, and in the subsequent pur;

suit of the insurgents.

119 Major-General Berkeley Drummond served in the 3rd Guards, the campaign of 1814 in
Holland, including the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
120 Sir Edward Cust joined the Duke of Wellington's army prior to the advance from Portugal in 1811, and continued with it up to the cantonments on the Adour in 1813, having been
present with the 14th Light Dragoons at the battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria,
the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, investment of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of Badajoz, and generally
in all the affairs of that period, until he quitted the Duke's army on promotion.
He has
received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
121 Mjor- General Daly served with the 24th on the expedition to Egypt in 1801.
In April
1805 he embarked with the 56th regt. for Bombay, and he commanded four companies of the 2nd
battalion employed in 1809, with a division in the field under Cnlonel Walker, at the storming
of Mallia, and at the reduction of other Forts in the Kattiwar District.

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Services of the Colonels.

David Cunjnghame served the campaign of 1793, including the actions at Famars, Sti
1
.mand, and Linoelles (severely wounded); also the siege of Valenciennes. Taken prisoner in
le action at Osttnd in May 1798.
3 Colonel the Honourable Alexander Abercromby served the campaign of 1799 in Holland,
a volunteer with the 92nd
with the 52nd on the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800; in Sicily
1806 and 1S07, as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809,
id commanded the 28th at the battle of Busaco, and in the Lines before Lisbon; a brigade at
e battle of Albuhera; the 28th at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz; and was Assistant-Quarteraster-Gfnrral at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes. He served also the camlign of 1815, in the same capacity, and was present at the battles of QuatreBras and Waterloo,
arming of Peromie, and capture of Paris. He has received the Gold Cross for Albuhera,
ittoria, Pyrenees, and Orthes.
4 Sir Robert Chambre Hill served on the Continent in 1794 and 95.
Embarked with the
ues for the Peninsula in Oct. 1812. Soon after his arrival in Lisbon, was ordered to take
mmand of the Household Brigade of Cavalry, which he commanded at and for some time after
e battle of Vittoria, for which he has received the Gold Medal.
Present also at the actions in
e Pyrenees; and subsequently with Lord Hill's Division until after the battle of the 13th Dec.
13 near Bayonne.
Served also the campaign of 1815, in command of the regiment, including
e action on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo, where he was severely wounded.
He has
3eived the Silver War Medal with one Clasp.
Sir
William
5
Cox served at the re-taking of Grenada in 1796 in Egypt in 1801 employed
% particular service in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of
irunna.
Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27th August 1810,
len, by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army
der Marshal Massena.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna.
5 Colonel J. P. Hamilton served as a Cornet in the Scotch Greys in the army commanded by
Duke of York in Flanders and Holland during the campaign of 1794, and was present in
action near Cateau, and subsequently at the siege of Nimeguen
having previously to the
ter been promoted to a Lieutenancy in the Greys by the Duke, for conveying very important
spatehes, under difficult and perilous circumstances, to the Prince of Orange, then commandthe Dutch Army.
In May 1813 he commanded a battalion at the battle of Castalla, and in
same year was second in command in the attack and capture of the fortress of Balaguer in
talonia.
In the spring of 1814 he joined the Duke of Wellington's army as Lieut.-Colonel
Sir

the 83rd regiment.

Colonel Burslem served at Toulon in 1793, and was present in the various actions there,
afterwards at Corsica. Employed as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at the taking of
Isle of France in 1810; and as Deputy-Quarter-Master- General at the conquest of Java
181 1 (including the attack of Cornells), for which he has received the Gold Mtdal.
Colonel Gauntlett was actively employed against the Maroons in the West Indies. Served
I) the campaign in Egypt.
Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5th battalion of the 60th on the expedition to Porial in 1808 under Sir Arthur Wellesley, and was present at the battles of Rolei?., Vimiera,
avera, and Busaco; action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Badajos
il811; action at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo.
He has received the Gold
'dal for Fuentes d'Onur, and the Silver War Medal with five Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera,
avera, Busaco, and Ciudad Rodrigo.
Colonel Patrickson served in Ireland with the 9th Dragoons during the Rebellion in 1798;
[807 he served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen and at the battle of Kioge ; in
8-9 in Spain, under Sir John Moore.
Served afterwards in the Peninsula (a great part of
time in command of the regiment) from Sept. 1809 to the end of that war in 1814 (except
ing two short intervals when he was ordered to England to command the 2nd battalion),
uding the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, Lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Redinha,
' d'Arouce, Condeixa, and Sabugal; battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, and Toulouse.
He
received the Gold Medal for Toulouse, and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for
iaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Vittoria. Embarked for America in Oct. 1814 and commanded the
i at the attack on New Orleans.
Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of June 1815,
1 was present at the capture of Paris.
2 Colonel Thornton served in the Peninsula, and commanded the 40th regiment at the
i.les of Talavera,
Nivelle (severely wounded), Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has
Eiived the Gold Cross.
He was also present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Busaco, and
b Pyrenees, far which he has received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps.
J Sir John Milley Doyle served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the a tions of the
t 13tb, and 21st of March, captures of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other
Served afterwards in tlie Peninsula from Feb. 1809 to the end of
I'ations of that campaign.
and was pre5 war in 1814
either in command of a regiment of Portuguese or a brigade
P
at the action of Grijon, passage of the Douro, battle of Fuentes d"Onor, first siege of
battles
Pyrenees,
Nivelle, and
t^ajoz, sifge and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo,
of Vittoria, the
>Jies.
Sir John has received a Medal for services in Egypt from the Grand Seignior ; the
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Gold Cross and one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Eodrigo, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and
Orthes and the Silver War Medal for Egypt, Nivelle, and Nive.
14 Colonel John Hamilton served the Egyptian Campaign of 1801 with the Coldstream
Guards. Accompanied a detachment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March 1810 and in
;

Went to
April was appointed Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at Isla de Leon.
England in March 1812; rejoined the regiment in the Peninsula in July 1813, and served there
He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Barrosa
until the end of that war in 1814.
and the Nive.
15 Colonel Raikes served with the Coldstream Guards on the expedition to Hanover in
1805-6 ; and at Copenhagen in 1807. Embarked with the regiment for the Peninsula, 31st of
Dec. 1808, and served there until 26th of January 1812 ; and again from August 1812 to 16th'
May 1813, and was present at the battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes dOnor, for which
he has received the War Medal with three Clasps.
17 Colonel Ward served in the Peninsixla, and has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for
Salamanca, Badajoz (severely wounded at the assault), and the Pyrenees j and the Silver War
Medal with one Clasp for Busaco.
18 Colonel Blake served with the 20th Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in
1806 ; proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege
of Monte Video. Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the battles of Roleia and
Vimiera (Gold Medal); also at the passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 11; subsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, mcluding the battle of Castalla, and action at Villa Franca.
19 Colonel Jodrell served in Sicily in 1806 and 1807. He went to Cadiz in March 1810, and
remained there till April 1811, having been present at the battle of Barrosa. In Sept. 1812 he
joined the Duke of Wellington's army in the Peninsula, and served there until the end of that
war in 1814. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Barrosa, Nivelle, and Nive.''
20 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula with the Guards, from Feb. 1810 to the
end of that war in 1814 Major of Brigade from June 1810, including the battle of Fuentes
d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive ; passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle
last occasion he was severely wounded.
of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps.
24 Colonel Fielding Browne accompanied the 40th to the Peninsula in July 1808, and was'
present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; on the retreat to, and at the
occupation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz, in May 1811, and repulse of the
sortie from Fort San Christoval ; actions of El Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storming
of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz, action at Canizal, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and subsequent retreat therefrom. Served also on the expedition against New
He has received the Gold'
Orleans. Commanded the regiment at the battle of Waterloo.
Medal for Badajoz (having commanded the regiment at the assault) ; and the Silver War Medal
with seven Clasps for the other battles and siege.
25 Colonel Childers served with the lllh Dragoons at the Helder in 1799; the Peninsulat
campaigns from May 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal
with two Clasps for Salamanca and Vittoria. Also the campaign of 1815, as Major of Brigade;
Commanded a brigade of Cavalry
to Sir John Vandelour, including the battle of Waterloo.
at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere.
26 Lord Harrington wa* employed in South America in 1807, and was present at the attacks
Served also in the Mahratta war of 1817 and 18, including the battle oi'
on Buenos Ayres.
Maheidpore, and storming of Talneir.
27 Colonel Alexander Higginson served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Co-]
runna ; the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 ; and the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13'
and 14. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive.
28 Colonel Allix served in the Peninsula with the 1st Guards (part of the time as Adjutant
and as Brigade-Major) and was present at the battles of Corunna, Salamanca, Pyrenees, and
Nivelle (severely wounded), and at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, for which he h
received the War Medal with six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign.
29 Colonel Brooke served in the Peninsula with the Ist Guards and was present at the'
battles of Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with thre<
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30 Sir

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in the navy for nearly six years.
was employed on the coast of Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; in the expedition to th*;
Helder in 1799, and Egypt in 1801, where he received a medal from the Capitan Pasha fo)
having saved the lives of a boat's crew belonging to a Turkish man-of-war. He received thre(

John Morillyon Wilson served

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total deafness, in consequence of which he was invalided, and quitted the navy in 1803.
health being restored, he entered the army in 1804 and served in the third battalion Royals ai'
Walcheren in 1809, whei-e he was twice wounded during the siege of Flushing. He afterwards
served in the Peninsula, and was in the battles of Busaco, the retreat to the lines of Torrei
Vedras, and at the actions of Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, Casal Nova, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal
the blockade of Almeida, and battle of Fuentes d'Onor. In 1812 he joined the 2nd battalioi
Royals in Canada, and was in the attack made on Sackett's Harbour, and Great Sodus (where
he received a severe bayonet wound). He was also in the actions at Black Book, Buffalo, anc

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44

Services of the Colonels.

battle of Chippewa, in which he received seven wounds, and being left on the field of battle,
During his career in the two professions he received
le fell into the hands of the enemy.
hirteen wounds, and has two balls still lodged. The brevet rank of Major, and that of Lieuanant-Colonel was conferred upon him for his conduct at Buffalo and Chippewa. Sir John has
lie

War Medal

with two Clasps for Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor.


Gordon served in the Peninsula with the 5th Dragoon Guards and was present at
Salamanca, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
Peninsular campaigns, from 1809 to 1812, in32 Colonel William Drummond's services
lluding the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras,
nd subsequent advance from thence. Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardCampaign of 1815, including the battles
lent of Antwerp and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom.
Received the rank of Brevet Major for his conduct at Waterloo.
f Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
le has received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps.
33 Colonel Saodgrass accompanied the 52Qd to Sicily in 1806 to Sweden in 1808 ; from
aence to the Peninsula, and was present during Sir John Moore's advance and retreat, and at
Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and was present at the pursuit of
;ie battle of Curunna.
llassena from Santarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action near Guinaldo,
Appointed Major in the
.ege and capture of Ciadad Rodrigo, and action of San Munos.
commanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of
"ortuguese service, 2-tth Nov. 1812
Volunteered
and commanded the
Villa
Franca
and
Tolosa.
and
the
actions
of
,''ittoria,
in
;orming party that assaulted and carried the Convent, Redoubt, and other outworks at San
Volunteered and commanded the detachment of the 10th Portuguese
ebastian (wounded).
having prebrigade that stormed the small breach of the same place on the 31st Aug. 1813
iously, by entering the river at night, discovered a ford under the walls, through which he led
Present when the army crossed the Bidassoa. Commanded the 1st Cacjadores
le detachment.
the battle of Nivelle, battle of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec. (wounded on the
He has received the
iltb), and battle of Orthes, where he was severely wounded in the head.
old Cross for San .Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes; and the Silver War Medal with four
Jasps for Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Vittoria.
35 Colonel Harris served the campaign of 1808-9 as a Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Mastereneral to Sir David Baird's D.v '^ ci, aud was present at the principal operations of the army,
id at the battle of Corunna, for which lie has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
86 Colonel Thomas Wildmau served with the 7th Hussars in the campaign of 1808-9 under
ir John Moore, and was present in the cavalry engagements at Mayorga, Benevente, and
iroughout the retreat to Corunna. Subsequently in the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14,
clurliuijj the investment and surrender of Pampeluna, the battle of Orthes and intermediate
Fairs.
Served also the campaign of 1815 as Aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uxbridge, including
e action at Quatre Bras, retreat on the 17th, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was
ightly wounded. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Benevente, Orthes, and
eciivo.l the

31 Colonel

le battle of

tt

loulouse.

37 Colonel the Honourable Frederick M. Cathcart served as Aide-de-camp to the Commander


the Forces in the expedition sent to the North of Germany in 1805-6 under General Lord
ithcart; and on the expedition sent to the Island of Rugen in the Baltic, to co-operate with
e King of Sweden in 1807; and subsequently in the same year at the siege and capture of
)penhagen, on which occasion, being sent home with the despatches, he was promoted to a
He continued to serve as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cathcart
jroop in the 25th Light Dragoons.
iriag the campaigns of 1813 and 1814 in Germany and France, and was present at the battles
Lufzen 3rd May, Bautzen 20th and 21st May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipzic 16th, 18th, and
th Oct. 1813, Brienne 1st Feb., Fere Champenoise 25th March, and capture of Paris 31st
rarch 1814.
In 1815 he was also employed in the same capacity at the head-quarters of the
'Hied Army under Marshal Prince Schwartzenberg.
38 Sir George Couper was Assistant-engineer at Copenhagen; Captain in the 92nd with Sir
ihn Moore's army in Sweden and Portugal; Aide-de-camp to Lord Dalhousie in Walcheren;
Sir H. Clinton in the Peninsula in 1811 and 12, to Lord Dalhousie from
it Aide-de-camp to
'12 to the end of the war, and was present in all the actions in which they commanded
He was Assistant- Quarter- Master- General with the army in
.Ivisions during those periods.
Gulf of Mexico in 1814-15. Sir George has received the War Medal with four Clasps for
'.e
idajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, and Pyrenees.
'39 Colonel Richardson served with the Royal Horse Guards in Spain and France from Dec.
Il3 to the end of the war in 1814, and has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Toulouse.
,40 Colonel Charles Wyndham served in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars and was present
r the battles of "Vittoria, Orlhes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with
'

tree Clasps.

41 Colonel Payler served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; the campaign of 1808-9, under Sir John
and subsequently in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington, including the battle
Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and battles of the Nivelle and Nive, for which he
s received the War Medal with four Clasps.
42
olouel the Honourable H. Hely Hutchinson joined the Army in the Peninsula on tho
Lth July 1811, and was shortly afterwards appointed to a Troop in the 4th Portuguese
tvalry, but was employed principally on the Staff until the conclusion of the War in 1814.
^ was present in most of the afiairs in which Lord Hill's Division was engaged, particularly
loore;
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and he was one of the first who gave information


served also the Waterloo campaign.
43 Colonel Barlow served in India under Lord Lake, during the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 5,
and was present at the siege of Deig, battle of Futtyghur, siege of Bhurtpore, and battle of
Afzalghur. Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810.
44 Colonel Keane served with the 23rd on the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805
in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to, and the battle of, Corunna.
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7th Hussars, and as Aide-de-camp to Sir Hussey
Vivian, from November 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of the Nive,
Orthes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was present at
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps
the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris.
for Corunna, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
45 Colonel Lane served with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo, also at the
battles of Orthes and Toulouse, ft)r which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
46 Colonel Madox served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present at

at the surprise of the Bridge of Almarez


that the French had passed the Tormes.

all

He

the battle of Waterloo.


47 Colonel Higgins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1806 he was at the
landing and taking of Maldouado, in South America at the affair of San Carlos, in which he
was slightly wounded, and had his horse shot; also at the siege and taking of Monte Video.
48 Colonel Macadam landed in Portugal 1st Aug. 1808 with the 9tb, and served throughout
the whole of the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, passage of the
Douro, defence of Tarifa, affairs on the retreat from Burgos iu 1812, siege and storming of San
Sebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false attack on the breach on the night of the
29th of Aug.), passages of the Bidassoa (shot through the body) and Adour, several affairs connected with the investment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a variety of
Proceeded to Canada
minor affairs, and other desultory services during the Peninsular war.
with his regiment, and served the campaign of 1814. He has received the War Medal with
four Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian.
49 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war in 1809; at the capture of
the Kandian territories in Ceylon in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grenadier company throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robert
Brownrigge on three occasions in general orders, for a series of services against the insurgents.
50 Colonel Melville Browne served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer in the battles of
Roleia, Vimiera, Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor (for which he has received the War Medal with four
Served also at
Clasps), and the different affairs during the retreat of Massena from Portugal.
the siege of Flushing in 1809, as Aide-de-camp to General Gore Browne.
51 Colonel Le Blanc served in the Peninsula with the 4th and was present at the battles of
Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, and Vittoria, and at the sieges of Badajoz, and St. Sebastian (severely wounded at the assault and capture), for which he has received the War Medal with
He served also the Waterloo campaign.
six Clasps.
52 Colonel Horton served in the Peninsula with the 71st and was present at the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has i-eceived the War Medal with four Clasps.
He served also the Waterloo campaign.
53 Colonel Riddlesden served in the Peninsula with the Royal Horse Guards and was present
at the battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
He served also the Waterloo campaign.
54 Colonel James Fleming served in India, Bourbon, and at the capture of the Isle of France.
56 Colonel Hogge served the campaign in Calabria under Sir John Stuart and was present
with the 20th at the battle of Maida. He served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 20th and
was present at the battles of Vimiera (wounded), Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive,
Orthes, and Toulouse. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps.
57 Colonel Stisted served in the Peninsula with the 1st Royal Dragoons, from June 1811 to
the end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Vittoria and
Toulouse.
58 Colonel Salwey served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, with the Coldstream Guards, and
was present at nearly all the actions in the Pyrenees, the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of
St. Jean de Luz, battle of the Nivelle, heights of Bidart, crossing the Adour, investment of
Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
59 Colonel Dwyer served on the Staff of the late Marquis of Hastings, Commander-in-Chief
in India, and was present during the Nepaul war, at the reduction of the Province of Kimaoon,
and the storming of Almorah. He served also throughout the Pindarree war on the Staff,
when he had charge of the communications of the combined armies.
60 Colonel Taylor served in the Peninsula with the 9th, from Aug. 1808 to Feb. 1813, and
again from Oct. 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera (wounded),
Busaco, Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, action of Villa Muriel (wounded), and repulse of the
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Busaco,
Sortie from Bayonne.
Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca.
61 Colonel Davics served in the Peninsula with the 52nd and was present at the battles of
Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenres, and at the siege of Budajoz (wounded),
for which he has received the War Medal with live Clasps.
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46

62 Sir Henry Wyatt served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, with the Ist Life Guards, and was
present at the battle of Toulouse, and capture of Paris.
He has received the War Medal with
one Clasp.
63 Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 24th, from June 1809 to June 1813, including the action at Foz d'Arouce, battle of IJusaco, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, on 3rd and 5th
May, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz. battle of Salamanca, capture of
Madrid, and siege of Burgos, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work, 19th Sept.; and
he led the storming party to the breach formed by the mine on the 4th Oct. Employed in
the field throughout the whole of the Kandian rebellion in Ceylon in 1817 and 18, as Aide-decamp to the Commander of the Forces. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
64 Sir Henry Fairfax served in the Peniusula with the Rifle Brigade in 1812, on the retreat
from Madrid, and in the affair of San Munos.
65 Colonel Chatterton served in Portugal, Spain, Flanders, aud France, from 1811 to 1818,
including the affairs at Fupnte Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte ; the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo,
and Badajoz actions at Usagre, Llerna, Salamanca, Heights of San Christoval, Rueda, Castrajon, to the battle of Salamanca
affairs at Tudela, Valladolid, and Celada del Camiao, to the investment and siege of Burgos the actions at Monasterio, Quintana Palla, Venta del Pozo, and
Cabezon, upon the retreat from Burgos to Salamanca thence the out-posts at the passage of
the Huebra, to Ciud id Rodrigo.
Upou the advance of the army from Portugal, the action at
Osma, battle of Vittoria, actions at Villa Franca and Tolpsa, to the siege and capture of San
Sebastian.
The actions on crossing the Bidassoa, and carrying the enemy's fortified entrenchments. The battle of the Nivelle at St. Jean de Luz, at Anglet, and in front of Bayoune, battle
of the Nive, passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne; occupation of BDrdeaux, passage
of the GaroQue, and affair at Etauliers upon the passage of the Dordogne, battles of Qaatre
Bras and Waterloo, the advance to and capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in
France. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle,
and Nive and tlie order of San Fernando. Rfceive 1 the commands of lier Majesty that he should
attend and bear the Great Banner on the occasion of the Funeral of the late illustrious Duke of VVellins^ton, in consideration of his long, faithful, and distinguished services in her Majesty's army.
66 Colonel Vandeleur served iu the Peniusula, with the 71st Light Infantry and afterwards
with the 12th Light Dragoons and was present at the battles of Fuentes d'Onor (severely
wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle. and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal
with five Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign.
67 Lord Howden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation iu France. Employed by Government on a
special mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin in 1827 (wounded, and mentioned in
Commander-in-chiefs despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1832 (wounded); campaign in Spain, in
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834.
68 Colonel Douglas served at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West India Islands in
1801.
On the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 and 6, Peninsular campaigns from
Feb. 1812 to March 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (27th
to 31st July); siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept., and battle of Nivelle.
He has received the gold cross for Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having commanded a field battery; and tlie silver War Medal witli one Clasp for St. Sebastian.
68t Colonel KnoUys served with the Scots Fusilier Guards from the 6th March to the end of
the Peninsular War in 1814, and was present at the blockade of Bayonne, repulse of the
sortie,
on which occasion Sir Henry Sullivan and ten officers of the Guards were killed or
died of their wounds.
69 Colonel Lascelles served with the Ist Regt. of Guards in the Peninsula in 1813 and 1814,
and has received the War Medal with two clasps for the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive.
He served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and
taking of Peronne.
70 Colonel Charles Stuart Campbell served in Egypt with the 26th in 1801 in Portugal and
Spain in 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna, where he commanded the piquets of his brigade.
Expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing in 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from
1811 to 1814, and commanded the 3rd Portuguese Regt. at the battle of Vittoria, as also at the
severely wounded in the thigh at the assault, the ball still
siege and assault of San Sebastian
He has received the gold Mtdal and one Clasp for Vittoria and St. Sebastian; and
remaining.
the silver War Medal witli one Clasp for Corunna.
71 Colonel Gascoigne served in the Peninsula from July 1813 to May 1814, including the
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne.
Served afterwards in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and capHe has received the War Medal with
ture of Washington, where he was severely wounded.
three clasps for San Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive.
72 Colonel Lovell served at the taking of Monte Video under Sir Sam. Auchmuty in 1807,
and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera, the Coa, Busaco, Fuentes
d'Onor (wounded), Salainaaca, Vittori i, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse actions or
skirmishes near Talavera, Sexmiro, Val de la Mula, La Meares, Freixeda, Guarda, Coimbra,
Valle, Venda de Sierra, Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galligos, Nave d'Aver,
Espiga, near Fuentes d'Onor, Llerena, near Salamanca, St. Christoval, Rueda, Castrillos, Fou;

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47

Services

of the

Colonels.

Burgos, Ostna, Huarte, Pampeluna, Vale de Bastan, Pass of Maya, Lines of


Ainho, Cambo, Hasparren, Helite, Garris, Sauveterre, St. Gladie, Buelho, Garliu, San Romangeneral actions, forty minor aijtions or skirmishes, besides attending seven sieges ; and
was at the siege of Oporto, being one of tlie Military Reporters under Lord William Russell.
He has received the War Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
73 Colonel Armytage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March
to July 1814.
74 Colonel Gierke served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadiz, and also until the retreat
from Santarem was closed at Fuentes d'Onor, having been present in the actions of Redinha,
Condeixa, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal. Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion,
and served with it in the action of El Bodon, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz,
including the storming of Fort Picurina. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of the
castle of Badajoz.
He has received the War Medal with three Clasps.
75 Colonel Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
Served also in the
76 Sir James Schoedde served the Egyptian campaign of 1801.
Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including tbe battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera,
Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria,
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor actions and skirmishes.
He has received a gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign the gold
Medal for Nivelle
and the silver War Medal with fourteen Clasps for the other battles and
sieges, and for Egypt.
Commanded a brigade in China (Medal) at the attack and capture
of Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo.
Colonel
Reed
served
the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
76t
In 1846 he commanded a Brigade of the Army of the Sutlej and was wounded and had a horse
killed under him at the battle of Ferozeshah (Medal).
77 Colonel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons from Sept.
1809 to Oct. 1813, including the battle of Busaco, covering the retreat to Torres Vedras,
affair at Quinta de Torre, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (horse struck down by a shell),
blockade of Almeida, actions at Nave d'Aver, Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldeade Ponte (appomted
Brigade-Major to General Slade)
covering the Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, selected to command a party of Cavalry advanced to watch and report the enemy's movements during the
siege of Badajoz, for which he was thanked by Lord Lynedoch
engaged with a body of French
Lifantry under General Clausel, near Salamanca, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna,
besides various skirmishes and affiirs of outposts.
Campaign of 1816, covering the retreat
on the 17th June and battle of Waterloo (received two wounds and had two horses killed under
him). Whilst leading his squadron in a successful charge against Count D'Erlon's corps at
Waterloo, perceiving an Eagle to the left, he changed the direction of his squadron, ran the
officer through the body who carried it, and captured the Eagle, which belonged to the 105th
French Regiment of Infantry, and is now deposited in Chelsea Hospital. Has received the
castin, Matylla, at

total, ten

War Medal with two Clasps.


78 Colonel Broke accompanied the 52nd on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807; and the
following year on that to Portugal, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, the advance into
Spain and retreat under Sir John Moore. In 1809 he served on the Walcheren expedition. In
1811 he joined the Light Division on the retreat of Massena from the lines of Lisbon, and served
in Spain till the end of the war.
In 1812 he joined Sir Henry Clinton, as Aide-de-camp, at the
siege of Burgos, where he was shot through the lungs; was afterwards present at the battle of
Orthes.
He served with the Army of Occupation in France from 1815 to 1818 as Aide-de-camp
to Sir Henry Clinton. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Salamanca,
Nive, and Orihes.
78+ Sir Colin Campbell served with the 9th Regt. in the Peninsula and at Walcheren, and
was present at the battle of Vimiera, in the advance and retreat of the army under Sir John
Moore, and battle of Corunna at the battle of Barrosa, and the defence of TariFa. He was
attached to the army of Ballesteros at the latter end of 1812, and was present at several aifvirs;
also in an expedition to relieve Tarragona; was at the affair of Osma, battle of Vittoria, siege of
St. Sebastian, where he received two severe wounds, and passage of the Bidassoa, where he was
again severely wounded. Served in America in 1814-15 in the 60th Rdles. Was BrigadeMajor of the troops engaged in quelling the insurrection in Demerara in 1823. Commanded
the 98th Regt. in the expedition to China in 1842, including the capture of Chinkiangfoo and
subsequent operations near to Nankin. Commanded the 3rd division of the army of the Punjaub
throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the affair of Ramnuggur, passage of the
Chenab, affair of Sadoolapore, battles of Chillianwallah (wounded) and Goojerat, and the final
operations. He was constantly employed in 1851 and 1852, when Brigadier-General commanding
the Peshawur districts, in operations against the Hill Tribes surrounding the valley, including the
forcing of the Kohat Pass under Sir Charles Napier, and repeated affairs with the Momunds,
who finally made terms after their defeat at Punj Pio by a small detachment of cavalry and
horse artillery under Sir Colin's immediate command, the combined tribes numbering upwards
of 8,000 men. In 1852 he commanded an expedition against the Ootraankbail and Ranazai
Tribes, whom he attacked in their vallies, and destroyed the strongly defended village of
Nowadund, the fortified village of Pranghur, and he finally routed them with great slaughter
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at Iskakote, where they mustered 8,000, men, while the force under Sir Colin was under
3,000 men. Sir Colin lias received the War IMedal with five Clasps, the Chinese Medal, the
Punjaiib IMedal with two Clasps, and was nominated K.C.B. after the Punjaub campaign.
79 Colonel Cvaigie served with the 2nd IJaltalion 52nd Light Infantry the campaign of
1813-14 in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, including both attacks on the fortified village of
Merxem in the latter of which he led the advance party of Major Gen. Sir Herbert Taylor's
Brigade.
In May 1841 he embarked at Calcutta in command ot the 55th Regiment for China
(Medal) and served with the Expeditionary Force under Lord Gough till the end of the War,
and was senior Field Officer serving with the force in the field and consequently second in
command from the period of its sailing from Hong Kong in August and during the whole of
He commanded a
the active operations which took place during the following five months.
Brigade or Column of attack at the assault and capture of the fortified cities of Amoy, Chusan
(2ud capture) on which occasion it happened that the whole of the engagement devolved
Subsequently, when the Head Quarters of the force proupon his Brigade and Chinhae.
ceeded to the Yeang-tze-Keang, he was appointed by Lord Gough to the responsible command of the Island of Chusan, which he hehl for eight months until the return of the Force
For his conduct on the above occasions
after the treaty of peace had been signed at Nankin.
(as stated in Lord Gough's despatches) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and appointed
an Aide-de-Camp to the Queen and a Companion of the Bath.
80 Colonel Morris served in the American war with the 49th, and was present at the various
operations at Fort George, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Plattsburg. Accompanied the
regiment on the China expedition (Medal), and commanded a brigade at tlie storming and capture
of the heights above Canton, for which service he was made a C.JJ. Commanded a brigade at the
Commanded
attack and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan,
the centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chiuhae. Commanded the force at
Ningpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that city. Commanded
a brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan,
at the attack and capture of the city of Chapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's
position at Wonsung.
81 Colonel Boldero served with the Grenadier Guards at Cadiz in 1810 and 11; in the
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of 1815, in which he served
as Arijutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronne. He has
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Burrosa.
sit Colonel Bauverie served in the Peninsula from October, 1812, to the end of that war in
1814, and has received the War Medal with two Clasps for the batiks of Vittoria and Toulouse,
lie served also the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo.
82 Colonel Pennefather commanded the Infantry Brigade at the battle of Meeanee (Medal),
and was shot through the body: he was also at the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur.
83 Colonel Mountain served as Deputy-Adjutant-General (and head of the department with
the force) throughout the war in China (medal), and was present at the first capture of Chusan,
storming of the he-ghts and forts above Canton, action of the 30th May, taking of Amoy, 2nd
capture of Chusan, storming of the fortified heights of Chinhae, taking of Ningpo, and sortie
at the repulse of the night attack, action of Tscke, capture of Chapoo (three severe wounds),
In the campaign of
assault and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nanking.
1848-9, he commanded, as brigadier, the 4th Brigade of the Army of the Punjaub at the passage
of the Chenab, and in the battles of Chillianwaliah and Goojerat ; and as Brigadier-General,
the Bengal Inl'antry Division of Sir Walter Gilbert's force, at the passiige of the Jhelum.
s3t Sir Ord Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards the campaign of 1814 in Holland,
and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he
commanded the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards.
84 Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry from Aug. to Nov.
1808. June to Dec. 1811, and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the
abttles of Vimiera and Vittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle
and the Nive, actions at Arcangues and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and
Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of Paris.
affairs of outposts.
Served in the Coorg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a conSeverely wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket shot,
part.
and
distinguished
spicuous
which passed completely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severely. He has
received the War Medal with six Clasps.
85 Colonel Bell joined the Koyal Fusiliers in the Peninsula in 1811 and served there until the
end of the war, and was present at the actions of Fuentes Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, advance
on Salamanca, aftairs of St. Christoval and Rueda, battle of Salamanca, advance to and retreat
from Madrid, advance from Portugal, battlea of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the Nive. In 1814
embarked with the Royal Fusiliers to join the force before New Ox-leans, and present at the
assault. Joined the army at Paris and remained until its withdrawal. He has received the War
Medal with four Clasps.
8G Colonel Reed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in tlie Peninsula from June
1811 to March 1814, including the actions at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Salamanca,
capture of jNIadrid and the Retiro, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was seHe has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
verely wounded in the right shoulder.
87 Colonel James Jones served with the 22nd Light Dragoons in the East Indies, in 1802, 3,

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Services of the Colonels.

and on the staff from 1809 to 1814, and was


with two Clasps for Talarera and Barrosa.
the "Walcheren expedition in 1809 as a Captain in the 2nd

and in the Peninsnla with the 87th

wounded

at Talavera.

regt.

He has received the War :Medal

88 Colonel Bristow serred in


Battalion 11th Regt. and was present at the siege of Flushing. He "was in Garrison at Gibraltar
in 1811 when the Spanish army of General Ballasteros took refuge under the guns of that Fortress.
In Oct. and Nov. of the same j-ear he was in Cadiz, part of the period during which the
place was blockaded by the French. In Dec. he joined the army in Portugal and was immediately placed on the Quarter-Mabter-Generars Staff, on which he continued to the end of the
war; and attached to Head Quarters the 7th or the 1st Division, was present at most
of the operations carried on in the Xijrth of Spain under the Dake of Wellington. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for the battles of Salamanca, Yittoria, and the Pyrenees.
182.3 he was at Cadiz during its bombardment by the French fleet.
89 Colonel Close served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, for which he has received the
Silver War Medal with one Clasp.
90 Colonel Taynton served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1801 he was at the
capture of the Danish Islands, and Island of St. Martin in the West Indies. In 180-3 at the
attack and capture of St. Lucia and storming of the fortress of Morne Fortunee; abo at the
Served on the stafF of General Maitland at the attack and
attack and capture of Tobago.
capture of the Dutch colony of Surinam. In 1807, he was at the second capture of the Danish
West India Islands; in 1809 at the attack and capture of Martinique, including the siege of
Fort Bourbon; also at the attack and capture of the Saintes Islands. From 1811 to 1813 he
served in Sicily, and was employed as acting Deputj- Adjutant-General, and some time at the
head of the Department. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Martinique.
91 Colonel Carlyon served with the 66Eh in the Nepaul war under Sir David Oehterlony.
92 Colonel Burke served in Jamaica and St. Domingo in 1796 and 97; in Holland in 1809.
Volunteered at the taking of the Island of Schouwen. Served in the Peninsula in 1810-11-12,
with the 5th Division of the Army; was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor; was slightly
wounded at the affair of Barba del Puerco, in intercepting the retreat of the French garrison of
Almeida; volunteered the Forlorn Hope cf Sir James Leith's Division at the taking of Badajoz,
where he received several severe wounds which have rendered him incapable of following his
profession.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Badajoz.
93 Colonel Trafford served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battles of Talavera
(wounded), Busaco, Albuhera,Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse,
for which he has received the War Medal with nine Clasps.
94 Colonel George Tovey served in Calabria with the 20th, and was present at the
battle of Maida.
Served also in the Peninsula from July 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from
Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera, Talavera, Vittoria,
and the Pyrenees (2.5th July to 2nd August); storm of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, the
Nive (9th to 13th Dec), and Orthes. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps.
9.5 Colonel Angelo served with the expedition to Egypt in 1807; on the coast of Calabria in 1808; with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; with the army to Catalonia in 1812
and 13, as an Assistant-Adjutant- General. Attached to the Austrian army, and acted as Aidede-camp to Major- General Count Nugent in the campaign against the Viceroy of Iialy present
at the siege and capture of Trieste, Cattaro, and Eagusa, and in various services in the Adriatic.
96 Colonel Thwaites served on an expedition to the coast of Holland in 1796; in the East
Indies in 1799; from that time on board H. M. S. La Forte till wrecked in the Red Sea.
Crossed the Desert of Suez with C donel Lloyd's Detachment, and joined the Vizier's Army in
the advance to Cairo; then Sir David Ba'rd's Army. He served in the Peninsula, in the 48th
regiment, from 1811 to 1813, including the siege and assault of Badajoz, the battles of Salamanca (wounded), Yittoria, and the Pjrenees (wounded), for which, and for Egypt, he has
received the War ^Medal with five Clasps. He has also received the Turkish Medal for services
in Egypt in 1801.
97 Colonel Jerrard served in Ireland as a Lieutenant in the 22nd Light Dragoons during the
Rebellion of 1798
also in the Egyptian campaign of 1801, for which he has received the
TurKish Gold Medal and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. He served at the siege of
Copenhagen in 1807 as a Captain of the 30th regiment.
98 Colonel Linton served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present at
the battle of Waterloo.
99 Colonel Coles served in South America with the 14th in 1807, including the operations
previous to, and storming of, Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug.
1808 to Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814; present with the
40th at the battles of R deia, Vimiera, and Talavera; with the 4th Dragoons at Busaco, Albuhera, and Usagre; and with the 12th Light Dragoons at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive,
and the Adour. He has received the War Mt-dal with seven Clasps.
100 Sir Michael Creagh served in the expedition under Sir David Baird against the Cape of
Good Hope was wounded in the action of the Blue Bourg. In 1810 accompanied the expedition (as Brigade Major) which sailed from Madras against the French Islands
desperately
wounded by a cannon sh(jt, (which carried away a part of his left shoulder, and killed six of
his men) at the attack of the batteries before St. Denni.s, Isle of Bourbon
thanked in general
In 1817 and 18 served (ui command of the
orders, and favourably mentioned in the despatches.
86th flank companies) during the Mahratta and the Pindarree wars in India. In 1818 served iix

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Ceylon) during that harrassing war, in comaand of the


flank
)mpanies ot the 86th and other detachments, receiving the repeated
thanks of General Sir
Kobert iJrownrigg for his services in the enemy's country.
101 Colonel Eden served the campaign in Java in 181 1 with the
22nd Light Dragoons, iuclud"^ !?!>^'^ ^nd-2&x\, Aug. Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Hislop at the
baUle
TaV
r-*!,"''"' and
of Mahe.dpore,
during the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18. He has received
fhe War ^aclkh
Medal
with one Clasp for Java.
(interior of

^"^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^ P''*'"* ^*' ^^^ campaign of 1809 in Portugal; and the
\^%
latter
end of "Toin"^'
1809 andf'r
the years 1810 and 11 with the SicUian army.
Served also the reninsular
PenLlular
campaigns of 1812, 13, and U, with the Portuguese army.
103 Colonel HarUey served in the Peninsula with the 57th from Aug.
1813 to the end of that
warm 1814, and was present at the battle of NiveUe. Served afterwards
in -"cigium.
Belgium. He
ne nas
has
received the M ar Medal with tivo Clasps.
^,>P"^''^^'^'"^'.?^^'^f'^-"^''"-^'^ ^'^^ ^^^
rnf
803 the campaign of l.s08-9 in Spain including

I^ A-

sf p/

wi'th

fi

' ^?^

Vn

with

"'^'' '^'

oX '^^^l^TT

ve Cla?

""^
'

^u^^^

""^ '^

^^'*' ^* *^ capture of Kandy in Ceylon, in


the battle of Corunna. Also the campaigns
ellingtnn, including the second siege of

B.daioz,

^""^/^'^ "^'^'^'' ^''^^'' f Lesaca,^ Nivelle,


^'"^'^^"g f Cambray. He has received The War
Medal

'^/ '''^.

?^Q^^ Chester served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action near
Bergen,
Served also the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, including
the actions at Benevente
ViUa Franca, and Lugo, and retreat to Curunna. He has received
the War Medal wUh S'^
"
Clasp tor Kenevente.
105 Colonel Geddes served with the 27th in Calabria
in 1806; at the capture of the island
of Pronada in 1809
Sicily in 1810; and subsequently in the Peninsula,
including the battles
Toulouse at which last he received k severe wound
bloke'tS
wf'th
\^k''' ^''^'\-l^
broke
the left
thigh-bone
near the hip-joint He has received the War Medal
with four Clasps
luot Colonel Boys served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1811, and
again from 1813 to the
end of that war
1814 including the action at Sabugal, and battles of
Fuentes d'Onor, Orth^!

oni^n
2nd
Oct

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I^r Jille Wa; filed^'

'" ^'' ^^'^'^ ""^

'^''' ^^^^P^'

Served alio in tr^

106 Colonel Gihnour served at the capture of Ischia,


Zante, and Cephalonia, in 1805; and of
Santa Maura in 18 0. Served afterwards on the eastern
coast of Spain, and was present at
the battle of CastaUa; engaged with the enemy on several
occasions covering th.

SS^1 BentLk."'""

"^^'' '''"'''"

reS

^^'^^^

'^^^^S ^^^^ ^^

--^

'^

and
Genoa! under

107 Colonel Leslie served with the 29th on the secret


expedition under Sir Brent Soencer
and subsequently
the Peninsula from Aug 1808 to Dec. 1811, and
a-ain
Feb 18lT
including the battles of Roleia and Vimierar capture of
Oporto, battle orTdaver", firsi
ege
of Badajoz, and battle of Albuhera, besides skirmishes and
affrays at outposts.
At the
in the right leg, where the baU still remains.
^%'f^^^^h-J>-o^d^f
He
has
r.
//!r
received
the War Medal with four Clasps.
108 Colonel Beckwith served in the Peninsula with the
16th Light Dragoons, from July 1813
'^' battle of the Nivelle, and battled of the Nive on
n""i:'''^^'
J^pQ^h'^nH^ini
T^""^^^
the 9th and 10th Dec. Served also the campaign of 1815,
and was present at the retreat on
'^ ^"^'^^
''^*^:.
^^ ^^'^''"^ ^^ ^'^ ^I^dal with two Clasps
V.oVTff
Tn'i1832
u suppressed .^^
In
he effectimlly
the nots of Brist^.l soon a^ter his arrival there, and
on his own
responsibility, and with no addition to the force that had
been stationed there, thus aarmg
saving mat
that
city from calamities much greater than befel it.
109 Colonel Eobertson served with the 25th at the taking
of Madeira in 1807;
af thn ..apture
-,->,
capture
of Guadaloupe
IslO, and again in 1815,
the48th in the Peninsula from June 1809 to October 1813
^^^

j-^*'^u^l^''l'"^''^r^'^
including
the batdes of Talavera and Busaco, Lines at Torres
Vedras, pursSt of Mas

SI

^^

^^

Lna

Sgh

'''^'
''"'^^^S of Biiajoz (shot
^Xfru^'^fX^^^^'"'^
''"K
""J "^r^^ M''^?^
the
left arm at the assault,
6th April
IS 12); battle of Salamanca, capture of iiadr
d and retrlat
R<.ncesvaUes, and the Pyrenees (severely wounded,
left leg fractllf^.7i:
tured 2sth July 1M3). He subsequently served in the 30ih
Eegiment, which h; commanded
for t*n years, and retired on ha f-pay in 1543, having
commanded the troops in Bermuda two
^/^ ^^u^'^^ pay thirty-seven years in all quarters of die worid.
He has
?r"'
received .1,
the ^""-"""Af
\\ ar Medal with seven Clasps.
111 Colonel Maclean served with the 13th Light
Dragoons in every action and affair in
which it was engaged
the Peninsula, from Dec. 1810 untU wounded and
taken prisoner at
Conches, 13th March 1514
Was present with his regiment during the Waterloo SpaTg^*
engaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7
th June, and throu<^hout the
action on the 1-th. Accompanied the 13th Dragoons to
India in Feb. 1519; was employed in
command of a cavalry brigade with the field force at the reduction of
Kumool, and served
uninterruptedly with his regiment for twenty-two years, when he
returned with it to England and
was placed on half pay as 2nd Lieut -Colonel He has received the
War Medal with fix Clasps
^
for Albuhera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, ^lvelle, Xive, and
Orthes.
1 12 Colonel Gawler served in the Peninsula
with the 52nd from Nov. 181 1 to the end of
that
^^'j^' ^^^^^' f Vittoria, Pass of Vera, the
''Trr^^
N^P^P tVX^'"'"i^* "I
^lveUe
the Nive, Orthes, and
Toulouse,
besides various minor affairs.
Served also the campaign of l5lo, and was present at the batUe of Waterloo.
Wounded below the right knee by

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Colonels.

San Munos. He
a mnsket-shot at the storming of Badajoz, and in the neck by a musket-shot at
has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.

^ , during
t> t n.
Ceylon
the Rebellion,
and
in
113 Colonel Kettlewell served at Copenhagen in 1807;
in 1817 and 18.
t,
^ .,.
tt
i.
,j
list Colonel Marten served the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula with the Household
battle
ot Waterloo.
the
including
1815,
of
campaign
the
Also
Brigade.
114 Colonel Ball served in the Peninsula with the 34th, from June 1809 to Nov. 1813, insiege of Badajoz in
cluding the siege of Badajoz in May 1811, battles of Busaco and Albuhera,
May 1811, actions at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz, battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head),
He
has
received the War
leg).
left
the
in
wounded
and affairs at the Pass of Maya (severely
.

Medal with

three Clasps.

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115 Colonel Monins served the campaign of 1815 with the 52nd Light Infautry, and was
present at the battle of Waterloo. Served afterwards with the army of occupation in France.
116 Colonel Cox served in the 95th Rifle Brigade at Copenhagen, and was present at some
skirmishes near that city, and afterwards in the action of Kioge. He served afterwards in the
Peninsula from the landing at Mondego Bay in 1808, to the end of the war at Toulouse, including skirmish at Obidas, battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to Corunna, General CrawNivelle, and Nive; passage
ford's march to Talavera, action at St. Milan, battles of Vittoria,
of the Bidassoa, battle of Orthes, and Tarbes. Severely wounded in the right leg by a musketHe comshot at Vittoria; in the left side at Nivelle; and again in the right leg at Tarbes.
manded a division under Sir Benjamin D'Urban during the Caffre war at the Cape of Good
in
Canada
five
years
service
for
Hope in 1835. Subsequently he was employed on particular
duriug both Rebellions, and is now employtd on the Staff in Ireland. He has received the War

Medal with seven Clasps.


117 Colonel Baker served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons and was present at
the battles of Nivelle and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. He
served also the Waterloo campaign.
118 Colonel Tumor served in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 6. The campaign of
1808-9, including the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, and at the siege of
Flushing in 1809'. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna.
119 Colonel Falls served with the 20th on the expedition to Naples with the English and
Russian army in 1805. He was present at the battle of Maida in 1806; at the battle of Corunna
in 1809; on the expedition to Walcheren the same year; subsequently in the Peninsula, at the
battle of the Pyrenees, at Roncesvalles, and Pampeluna (severely wounded), battles of the
Served afterwards on the expedition to Washington. In 1831 he was
Nivelle, and Orthes.
wounded in the riots at Merthyr Tydvil, in South Wales. He has received the War Medal
with six Clasps.
120 Colonel Fergusson served at the capture of Rear Admiral Perr6e's squadron from Egypt
when in pursuit of the French and Spanish fleets in June, 1799. Blockade of Malta and capture of Admiral Perree's squadron ie Gtnerettz74, Ville de Marseilles, &c. with a reinforcement
and supplies for the relief of the garrison. Was wrecked and severely injured on board H. M. S.
Queen Charlotte when burnt off Leghorn in 1800, oiAy four saved out ot a detachment of nearly
200 marines, including supernumeraries, in all upwards of 700 persons perished. Served at the
Destruction of the fort of Port Espezie, and guns carried off' by
siege of Genoa and Savona.
H. M. S. Santa Dorothea in 1800, to which ship he then belonged. Served in Egypt under the
command of Sir Ralph Abercromby in 1801 {medal). In 1806 at Maida. Defence of Gatea
and surrender of Tropea; took possession of the latter town with his detachment. Served again
He has been repeatedly
in Egypt with the expedition under Blaj or- General Fraser in 1807.
engaged in severe boat actions, and against batteries, and debarked with detachments aiding
in capturing and destroying ships and convoys n the enemy's coast.
121 Colonel Thomas Stevens was present blockading Brest, the Holder, and Cadiz, and was
engaged Avith batteries. In 1809 he was engaged with gun-boats in passing convoys through the
Sound and Categat; in H.M.S. Cerberus, with convoy of armed transports and gun-boats in the
Gulf of Friedland in the boats of the squadron in the successful attack upon the Russiau Flotilla
of heavy armed gun-boats and armed Transports and at the capture of a Russian schooner.
From 1836 to 1840 he served in the Royal Marine Battalion on the north coast of Spain; v/as
detached in command of a company for the defence of the Eastern Heights of Passages attacked
by the Carlists, and in the Carlist attack of the Lines on the 6th June 1836; and he was also present at Fuentarabia, 11th July 1836.
12U Colonel Powell served in the boats at the capture by boarding of the French cutter
and in the Royal Marine Battalion in the north of
Tape-d-bord, off St. Domingo, in 1805
Spain in 1836-37, including the actions of Fuenlarabia and Hernani.
122 Colonel Gibsone landed from the Thunderer and served on shore for eight day^s in Bearhaven Bay in 1804. He was on board the Safeguard mortar brig in a severe action with a
division of Danish gun-boafs off Anholt in June 1811, on which occasion the vessel was engaged
;

for three and a half hours, and 19 were killed or wounded out of a complement of 29. The following year he was engaged at Cateria on the north coast of Spain, and accompanied Captain
Parke with two heavy guns intended for the army besieging Burgos. In 1813 and 14 he served
in the American war, and was present at the attack on Craney Island, taking of Hampton, de-

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fence of the Lines of Chippewa, and on other occasions on the Niagara Frontier, where
he sustained a severe fracture of the left arm, and a violent contusion on the right breast.
123 Colonel Balingall prior to entering the Royal Marines, served as a Midshipman
at
Copenhagen in 1801 landed at Vimiera, 21 Aug., 1808 was a volunteer in the boats of the
Renigiance at the boarding and carrying La Mrmche, French man-ot'-war schooner, under
a
constant fire of grape and musquetry ; the commander fell by the hand of Colonel B.
2G Feb.
1809.
Served as a volunteer at the cutting out of four French luggers laden with supplies for
the French army, from the harbour of Santa Clara, north coast of Spain, on the night
of the
27th Feb. 1809, under a galling lire of musquetry, and defended by two batteries which
commanded the entrance landed at the head of the Marines from the Resistance, carried a battery
of four guns
and assisted in the capture and blowing up of a French man-of-war schooner
and destroyed her convoy, laden with supplies for tlie French army, 10th March, 1809 was
subsequently at the defence of Cadiz and in 1832 in the castles of Naupoli de Eomania'
with
an allied garrison during an attack on that city.
123t Colonel Lockwood commanded the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign
of
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the
Pass, storming the heights of JugduUuck, action of Tezeen and Huftkotul,
occupation
of CabooJ, siege and capture of Jstalift; He served also in the Punjaub campaign
of 1848-9
and commanded a brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal).
124t Colonel Gough served as Deputy Quarter-Master-General of the army during the
war
in China, and received the brevet rank of Major and Lieut.-Colonel, together
with the Companionship of the Bath, for his conduct in action, he having been present in almost
every
engagement during the expedition. He was afterwards present in the battle of Maharajpore
as Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief in India
and he commanded a brigade of
cavalry at the battles of IMoodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as
Quarter-Master-General
in the battle of Sobraon, and was very severely wounded.
Served the Punjaub campaign of
1848-9 as Quarter- Master-General Queen's Troops, and was present at the battles
of Chillianwallah and Goojeerat.
124 Colonel Mercer assisted at the destruction of the French squadron in Basque
Roads. He
was repeatedly landed on the North Coast of Spain in 1810, co-operating with the Patriots.
In
1812, while embarked on board H.M.S. Java, he was engaged with and captured by
the United

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125 Colonel Lane served in the West Indies in 1796 and 7, and was present at
the taking of
Lucia. In 1801 he served the Egyptian campaign (Gold Medal), including all
the actions
and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the siege and storming of Badajoz, and
battle of
Salamanca. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt.
126 Colonel Austen served with the 25th at the landing at the Helderin
August 1799
and was severely wounded at the battle of Egmont-op-Zee on the 2nd Oct. following.
Served
in Egypt in 1801, including the surrender of Alexandria. Also at the capture of
Guadaloupe '
in 1810, and again in 1815.
He has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
126t Colonel Lacy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, with the 56th, and was present
in the actions of the 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October.
127 Colonel Lynch has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Fuentes
d'Onor.
128 Colonel Robyns served at the capture of Martinique in 1809, for which he has
received
the War Jledal with one Clasp. In Aug. 1813 he went to North America, and was
actively
St.

employed

in the Chesapeak under Sir George Cockburn.


Commanded a battalion of Marines
at the capture of Washington and action before Baltimore, where he was severely
wounded.
Served afterwards on the expedition against New Orleans.
130 Colonel Johnson served in Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and
6; with the
expedition to Madeira in 1807, and capture of the lines of Funchal. The Peninsular
campaigns
from^ Sept. 1808 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Busaco, retreat
to the Lines
at Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance and pursuit of the French army
under Massenaactions of Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa. and Sabugal; first siege of Almeida and its
subsequent
blockade, battle of Fuentes dOnor, retreat from JBurgos, and scaling the heights of the
Echalar.
He has received the War Modal with two Clasps for Busaco and Fuentes d'Onur.
131 Colonel Diggle served with the 52ud ^in Sicily, under Sir John flloore, and on
the expedition to Gottenburgh.
Subsequently he served in the Peninsula, and was present during
the retreat and at the battle of Corunna as also in the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco
and
affairs when the Army fell back upon the Lines of Torres Vedras.
He served also the campaign of 1813, 14, and 15, including the bombardment of Antwerp, affairs at Merxem,
and
battle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded.
He has received the War Medal
with two Clasps for Corunna and Busaco.
132 Colonel Belslics served in the Peninsula with the 4th and 59th and was present at
the
sieges of Badajoz and St. Sebastian, and at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and
Salamanca for
which he lias received the War Medal with four Clasps.
1.33 Colonel Orlando Jones accompanied the 36th to Hanover, and serTed
the campaio-n of
1805-6.
Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and served throughout the whole of that and the
following campaigns without having been absent from his duty for a single day, and was
present
at the buttles of Roleia and Vimiera.
Attached to the Portuguese service in April 1809, and
served at the battle of Busaco, occupation of the Lines at Lisbon, actions of Pombal, Redinha,
Condexia, Puente de Murcella, Casal Nova, Ceira, Guarda, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, and Fuentes
;

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Services of the Colonels.

161 Colonel Saunderson served at Malta and in Sicily. In the Light Battalion under Sir
James Kempt on the expedition to Naples in 1806. Accompanied the 2nd battalion of the
39th to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaco, in the retreat to the
Lines at Torres Vedras, and the advance from thence; re-capture of Campo Mayor, investment
and opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (slightly wounded), capture of a
strong division of the French army under General Gerard at Arroyo de Molino, where he was
severely wounded by a musket-shot, which fractured his skull, and was sent to England for
recovery. Rejoined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as Deputy-Judge- Advocate. After
the battle of Toulouse embarked with a division of the army for Canada, where he was appointed
to the Quarter-Master-General's Department, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg. He
has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and Albuhera.
162 Colonel Gore served the campaign of 1815 with the 30th, and was slightly wounded at

Waterloo.
163 Colonel Goodsman served in the Peninsula with the 6lst and was wounded at Talavera,
for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
164 Ci)lonel Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 22nd Dragoons in the East Indies,
where he served untd their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October 1820. He was
in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 18, and 19;
the published official records show that his conduct was conspicuous in the Brigade Cavalry
actions of Bncktowlie and of Nagnore (1817), and of Ashta (28th Feb. 1818), when he incurred,
as Brigade-Major, the responsibility of ordering measures which terminated in the entire defeat
of the Peishwa, the death of the gallant Gokla, and the rescue of the Rajah of Satarrah, the
most influential events in terminating the war. At the siege of Capaul-droog, he commanded
a battery at the storm (ISth May 1819), he blew open the first gate with a galloper gun of the
22 od Dragoons, and heading the Forlorn Hope, he stormed in succession the five distinct circles
of fortifications, every man and officer of his party being either killed or wounded; be received
at the summit of that strong hill fort, at the moment of success in its capture, a shot through his
lungs and body. The Governor- General of India specially recommended him to favourable
consideration for his services in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry
against the Caffres. In 1841 he was relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since

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165 Colonel Swinburne served with the 1st Guards in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, and
subsequently in the Peninsula and South of France. Also the campaign of 1815, including the
at Peronne he
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne, capture of Paris
commanded a storming party. He served afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France.
joined
December
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166
in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present in the actions of Sabugal, El Bodon, and
Alfayates, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from
Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Vera, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes,
Tarbps, Toulouse, and Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps.
167 Colonel Butler served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier
Guards, and was present in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (where he carried the
colours), storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris.
168 Colonel John Campbell (h. p. unatt.) served the Waterloo campaign with the 44th Foot.
169 Colonel Plomer Young served as Adjutant of the 89th at the capture of the Isle of France
in 1810, and at the capture of Java in 1811 (for which he has received the War Medal
with one Clasp), on which last service he was wounded in the action of Weltevreden, and also
and was, for his conduct on those occasions appointed, by
at the storming of Fort Cornells
Major-General Sir Robert Gillespie, Major of Brigade to the Batavia Division of tbe Force.
as
such
in
the arduous operations against Djocjocarta in 18' 2, which
Accompanied Sir Robert
terminated by the storm of that capital (severely wounded), and capture of the Sultan. Served
as Major of Brigade on the expedition to Ava from June 1824 until the close of the Burmese
war in 1826, and was present at the principal affairs during tbat period, including operations
in the vicinity of Rangoon, defeat of Bandoola's army at the Sheevedageon Pagoda, Tavoy,
Mergui, Kokein, Denobiu, Prome, Melloon, and Pagahm Mew. He served in Canada in command of the Johnstown District during the insurrection of 1838, and commanded the Troops
in the attack and defeat of the Brigands under Van Scoultz at the Windmill Point near Prescott
on the 13th Nov. of that year, and was promoted to Lieut. -Colonel by brevet in consequence.
170 Colonel Estcourt served in the expedition to the river Euphrates, from January 1835
to June 1837; and as a mark of approbation of his conduct and exertions, he was promoted to
the brevet rank of Lieut-Colonel.
171 Colonel Wright served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834, and received
a very severe injury in the right leg in leading the advanced attack at the taking of the
stockade of Periapatam, the frontier stockade of the Coorg territory. In 1839 he was employed in the operations against Kurnool, and was severely and dangerously wounded at the
He commanded a Brigade in the battle of Mahaaffair of Zorapore on the 18th of October.
rajpore (Medal) on the 29th Dec. 1843, in which action his horse was shot under him in taking
the battery at Chounda.
172 Colenel Faddy, prior to entering the Royal Artillery, was a midshipman on board the
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present at the attack on
and capture of the city of Santo Domingo in 1809
t Jerome, St. Domingo, and
^ed in the Peninsula and France from July 1810 to June 1814, including the siege of San
astian, passage of the Adour, investment ot Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, besides
ious minor affairs.
73 Sir Gaspard Le Marchant served as Adjutant-General to the Anglo-Spanish Legion,
Brigadier-General in the Spanish service during the years 1835, 6, and 7. Was present at
Engaged on the heights of Arlarelief of Bilboa and affair before that town in Sept. 1835.
in Alava, on the 16th, 17th, and 18th Jan.; in raising the siege of San Sebastian, and
ming the Lines 5tli May; passage of the Urmea, and taking of Passages 28th May; ip the
eral action before Alza Oct. 1836, besides several affairs in Guipuzcoa, as also in the gene^
For these services he reactions of the 10th, 13th, 15th, and 16th March before Hernani.
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74 Colonel MacKinnon served as Assistant Quarter-Master-General at the Cape of Good
pe during the Kaffir war of 1846-7.
75 ColonelWalpole served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg, in 1834, with the 39th
im^nt.
77 Colonel Charles Blachley served in the Peninsula from July 1809 to December 1812,
uding the battles of Basaco, Fuentes d'Ouor, and Salamanca, and siege of Burgos. He has
jived the Silver War Medal with three Clasps.
78 Colonel Aloor served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, including the
ties of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz,
He has received the War Medal
on at Castrajon, and twelve other affairs with the enemy.
five Clasps.
79 Colonel Marshall served in the Peninsula from January 1811 to October 1813, including
first siege of Badajoz, siege .ind storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of San Sebastian;
;htly wounded at Ciudad Rodrigo 16th Jan. 1812 ; severely wounded twice by musket-shots
>an Sebastian 3lst August 1813, when leading the advance of the column of attack up the
it breach.
He has received the War Medal with Ihrec Clasps.
80 C donel Dunn served the campaign of 1805 in Italy; battle of Maida and capture of
11a Castle in 1806; expedition to Egypt in 1807, including the aMack on Alexandria and
Defence of Scylla Castle in 1808 Peninsular
etta, and battle of El Hatnet (taken prisoner).
ipaigns of 1810 anrl 11, including operations before Ciudad Rodrigo, opprations between the
ladaand Almeida, battles of the Cua, Busaco, and Albuhera ; actions at Usagre and Aldea de
ite, at which last he was severely wounded in the groin by a musket ball, which remains unacted. Served also in the American war in 1814, including the taking of Moose Island, and
ipation of Castine.
He lias received the War Medal with three Clasps for Maida, usacb>
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Albuhera.
81 Colonel Pratt served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, as a volunteer with the 56th
iment, and was present at the attack on j\Ierxem, 2nd February, and the subsequent bomIment of Antwerp. He served with the 26th on the China expedition (Meddl), and comided the land forces at the assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpee on the 7th Jan.
1, and again at the assault and capture of the Bogue Forts on the 26th Feb. following,
amanded the 26th at the attacks on Canton from 24th May to 1st June ; also at the night

ek on Ningpo, at Segoan, Cbapoo, Woosung:, Shanghai, and at Chin Kiang Foo.


32 Coli.nel Felix served the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Quatre Bras.
33 Colonel Bayly served the campaign in Italy in 1805
battle of Maida and siege of St^ylla
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expedition to Egypt in 1807, including the capture of Alexandria and Rosetta. Capof Ischia in 1809; attack on an armed ship and gun-boats in the bay of Ssylla in 1810
the Artillery on the eastern coast of Spain in 1813, and present at the investment of one of
sieges of Tarragona.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Maida.
34 Colonel Whylock served in Sir Robert Calder's action off Ferrol; in boats cutting out
'1 under batteries at Rota, 7 April, 1808;
commanded the Royal Marines landed from the
lo-Sicilian Squadron to assist in the defence of the island of (^apri when besieged by Gen.
[arque; at the capture of Leda from the harbour of Rovigno, 1 April, 1809; at the attack
capture of a convoy under protection of a battery at Pessaro, 23 April; on 15th May
iie attack on the town ot Rota and destruction of seven vessels; on 8th September at the
ing out of La Piigliesse from the harbour of Barletta. On Ist June, 181?, commanded a
ning party in Isle Verte, near Toulon enemy routed and a demi-lune oattery destroyed,
the capture of the Island of Powza, 27 February, 1813
at the cutting out of an armed
':;1 from under the batteries ot Orbetello,
9 May; and 14 Oct. following, at the capture of
Mteen vessels at Marinello, after destroying a battery which protected them; at the siege
loapture of St. Maria in March, and the siege and capture of Gerona in April, 1814; comaled the Royal Marines at the storming and capture of Sidon, 26 Sept. 1840 (made Brevet
Sir), and was slightly wounded in the left arm; on 10th Oct. was in command of a superiiirary battalion when the city and garrison (2.000 men) of Beyrout surrendered; was senior
fir of Marines at the bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre (Medal).
He has
eyed the War Medal with two Clasps.
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71

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Services of the Lieutenant- Colo7iels.

1 Lieut.-Colonel West served in Holland from Nov. 1794 to May 1796, and was present when
the French attacked the British after crossinn- the Waal, and the different affairs in which his
regiment (the 3rd Guards) was engaged ; also the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the
action at the lauding, and those of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd of Oct.
Served
the Egj'ptiau campaign of 1801, and was employed in all the affairs after the landing, up to the
surrender of Alexandria.
Proceeded with the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; to Zealand in 1807,
and was present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808,
and was present at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, action at Salamonde, battle
of Talavera, and various minor affairs.
Keceived a bayonet wound in the thigh in a skirmish, on
the '2nd October 1799, and in a subse(iuent affair he was twice severely wounded,
on the left
shoulder joint by a sabre cut, and on the right side by slug-shots. He has received the War
ISIcdal with two Clasps for Egypt and Talavera.
2 Lieut.-Colonel Henry Le Bianc joined the 71st Regiment in India in 1792, and was at the
capture ot Pondicherry the following year.
In 1798 relumed to Europe with the regiment.
In 1805 embarked at Cork with Sir David Baird's expedition, and was present at the capture
of the Cape of Good Hope in 1800, where he received a contusion from a rifle-ball.
The same
year accompanied his regiment to South America, and was at the capture of Buenos Ayres,
imder General Beresford, where he lost a leg by a cannon-shot he was then Major 71st
Regt, and on his return to England was promoted, 5 Feb. 1807, to Lieut.-Colonel, and appointed to the 5th Veterans, which Corps he commanded till the Reduction in 1814 ; was then
appointed Major Royal Hospital Chelsea, where he is now doing duty, having never been on
half-pay, nor joined a second battalion.
3 Lieut.-Colonel Milnes commanded a detachment of the 10th, doing marine duty on board
H. M. S. Isls in the North Sea, in 179.5. Accompanied the expedition from India to Egy]5t under
Sir David Baird, in 1801.
Employed with a detachment in Ceylon during the war with Kandy.
Served with the 75th at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and was engaged on three different assaults
upon that fortress. Accompanied the QliWx on the expedition to the I'ersian Gulf in 1809 j commanded the light division at the landing and attack on Ras-el-Khyma ; commanded the storming
party at the capture of Fort Schenass. Commanded the G5th at the capture of the Isle of France
in 1810; also, on service in Kattywar in 1812, and was employed against Nownugghur.
Commanded a brigade in Guzerat in 1814 and part of 1815; in Kattywar and Cutch in 1815 and 16;
commanded
a
division
and in the Deccan war in 1817 and 18,
of the army against the Peishwa,
near Poona, 10th Nov. 1817, crossed tlie river Moota Moola in the evening of that day, the progress of his division being obstinately opposed, but without effect, by the united force of His
Highness's artillery, cavalry, and infantry, after which the enemy retired, leaving a great part of
his camp standing, and considerable quantities of ammunition in the field.
He has received the
Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt.
4 Lieut.-Colonel Cooke served in the Peninsula with the 1st Guards and was present at the
battles of Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive, and at tiie assault and capture of St. Sebastian, on which
occasion he commanded a detachment of Guards.
He served also the campaign of 1815 and was
severely wounded at Waterloo. He has received the Gold Medal for St. Sebastian ; and the Silver
AVar Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive.
5 Lieut.-Colonel Mansel served with the 53rd in the attack at More Ciiabot and the siege of
Morne Fortuuec in St. Lucia in 179G; the whole of the Carib War in St. Vincent ; at the reduction of Trinidad
and at the siege of Jloro Castle in the Island of Porto Rico in 1797. Returned
from India in the spring of 1811, and joined the 2nd battalion of the 53rd in the Peninsulacommanded the light companies of tlie Cth division throughout the campaigns of 1811 and 12,
including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpio, t.ieges of C'iudad Rodrigo, Endajoz,
and the Forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca (horse shot under him ', and siege of Buro-os.
Conmiauded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's, and a like
number of the 53rd, at the battle of Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp

for

Salamanca and Toulouse.

(5
Lieut. -Colonel Halkett served with the 2nd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's German
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany in 1805-6. Landed on the Island of Ruo-en
in July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Stralsund, and in August re-embarked at Rugen for
Copenhagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging coips. In Ajn'il 1808 embarked
with Sir John Moore's army for Gottenburg, and from thence to Portugal ; belonged to the army
which entered Spain with Sir John, and afterwards retired through Gallicia. Accompanied the
expedition to Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing.
In Jan. 1811 embarked for
Portugal commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and was at the siege of Badajoz in
1811
during
of
commanded the battalion
the campaign
1812, including the siege of the forts at
Salamanca, action of the heiglits of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat from Burgos when
the Light Brigade K. G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavalry, and repulsed the rejieated
charges of the enemy's cavalry.
In April 1813 embarked for tlie Nortli of Germany, and was
employed in organizing the Hanoverian troops ; commanded a brigade of the same in Count Wal;

72

War

Services

of the Lieutenant- Colonels,

inoden's army, and was engaged at the battle of Goerde, as also on several other occasions.
In
Jan. 1814 commanded the centre of the corps which besieged and captured Gluckstadt.
Commanded the right of the corps which was employed at the blockade of Harburg. Served also the
campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the Gold Medal
xnd one Clasp for the battles of Albuhera and Salamanca.
7 Lieut.-Colonel Hunt accompanied the 52nd to the Ferrol, in 1800, and was present in the
Accompanied Sir John Moore as his Aide-de-camp on the expedition to
action of the Heights.
Sweden, and afterwai-ds to Portugal, in 1808, and served throughout that arduous campaign until
Served with the 2nd battalion during the Walcheren
the embarkation of the troops at Coruuna.
In Jan. 1811 embarked with the regt. for the Peninsula, and was present in the pur2ami)aign.
suit of Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and all the various affairs in which
;he light division was engaged in that campaign ; during the last three months of which, and at
Commanded the 1st battalion at the
;he affair near Alfayates, he commanded the 2nd battalion.
jiege and assault of Badajoz, on which occasion the command of the second brigade of the light
for his conduct on this day he was promoted to tlie brevet rank of
tivision devolved on him
Commanded the same brigade when the army went to repel Marshal Marmont
Lieut.-Colonel.
Commanded the first battalion of the 5"2nd throughpredatory
incursion
into Portugal.
Tom his
Served
3ut the campaign of 1812, including the battle of Salamanca and action of San Munos.
On the 31st
ivith the light division during the operations of Marshal Soult to relieve Pampeluna.
iug. 1813, commanded the volunteers of the light division at the assault of San Sebastian, and
was twice severely wounded for his conduct on this occasion he was promoted to an effective
Lieut.-Colonelcy in the 60th. He has received the Gold Medal and three Clasps for Badajoz,
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St. Sebastian ; and the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor and
Pyrenees.
9 Lieut.-Colonel Harrison served with the 5th in Corsica in 1795, and was present in several
skirmishes near Adjaccio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th and 21st
March. Capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia,
Served afterwards in the PeninVimiera, and Corunna. At the capture of Walcheren in 1809.
sula, and was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz,
jommanded the right wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtained the
Present at the affair with the enemy at Alba de Tormes on the
n-evet rank of Lieut.-Colonel.
etreat of the army from Madrid ; commanded the regt. at the repulse of an attack at Bejar,
^resent at the battle of Vittoria ; commanded the regt. in the actions in the Pyrenees on the 26th
J7th, 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813; also at the battle of St. Pierre near Bayonne, action
He has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for
it Aire, battles of Orthes and Toulouse.
Pyrenees, Nive, and Orthes.
10 Lieut.-Colonel Cother covered the landing of the force under Sir David Baird at the Cape
)f Good Hope in 1806 ; was present in the general action at Blue Berg, and in all the operations
;hat took place until the surrender of the colony. Was afterwards embarked on board the squadron
inder Sir Hope Popham, doing duty as INIarines, during which period the French frigate La VoCovered the advance of the force under General Beresford at the
'untaire of 38 guns was taken.
eduction on the river Plate, and was engaged in every affair which took place at and in the vicinity
)f Buenos Ayres; and on the surrender of that place was taken prisoner, together with the whole
Landed in Portugal in 1808, and comorce, and marched nearly 1000 miles into the interior.
nanded the light companies of the brigade under General Fcrgusnn at the battles of Roleia and
(the 71st) on the retreat to Corunna
his
regt.
in
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with
afterwards
engaged
i'^imiera ; was
md in the action at that place. Landed again in Portugal in 1811, and was engaged at Arroyo
ie Molino, when General Gerard was sm-prised, and all his cannon and 1200 prisoners taken.
i^Iommanded one of the storming parties when tlie forts at Almaraz on the Tagus were taken, for
vhich he obtained the brevet of Lieut.-Colonel. Commanded the 71st at the battle of Vittoria,
ni which occasion he received three musket-balls through his clothes, one in the saddle, and was
He also served eleven years in Ceylon, and commanded in the Eastei-n
ilso wounded by another.
He has received the Gold Medal
Provinces in the Kandian country during the rebellion in 1818.
for Vittoria; and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna.
11 Sir Julius Hartniann served with the Hanoverian artillery in the Netherlands in 1793 and
34, and was present at the battle of Famars, siege of Valenciennes, battles of Frixpoede and
Hondscote, defence of and sortie from Menin, on which occasion he was made a prisoner. Commanded a troop of horse artillery of the King's German Legion on the expedition to the Continent
With the expedition to Gottenburg in 1808. Went to Portugal
in 1805, under Lord Calhcart.
ivith the army under Sir John Moore, in command of the artillery K. G. L., and was present at
;he taking of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action of Campo Mayor, and taking of
Commanded artillery of the allied army at the battle of Albuhera and at the affair o*"
Olivenqa.
Present at the sieges of Badajoz and at the forts of Salamanca. Commanded
A.rroyo de Molino.
the artillery of the 4th and 5th divisions at the battle of Salamanca. Present at the taking of the
Retiro at Madi-id ; commanded the reserve of artillery at the battle of Vittoria; and the advance
:o San Sebastian ; commanded the artillery of the left attack at the siege of that fortress ; and the
irtillery of the left column at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nivelle, the Nive, and the Adour,

Salamanca, and

ind also before Bayonne.

Sir Julius has received the

Gold Cross and two Clasps

for Talavera,

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Albuhera, Salamanca, Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive; and the Silver War Medal with three
Clasps for Biisaco, Badajoz, and Nivelle.
12 Lieut. -Colonel Brown served in Holland in 179-4, and was taken prisoner at the surrender of
Grave. Served afterwards in the West Indies with the 60th from the commencement of 1796 to
June 1809, and was present at the captures of St. Lucia and Grenada, the attack on Porto Rico,
and surrender of Surinam. Proceeded to tlie Peninsula in 1810, and was attaclied to the Portuguese service ; present at the battle of Busaco and attack on tlie forts of Salamanca commanded
the 9th Cacjadorcs at tlie battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos (from 19th Sept. to 21st Oct.),
blockade of Pampcluna, actions in the Pjrenees near Pampeluna from 28th to 30th July ; actions
near Ordax on the 31st Ang. and 7th Oct., battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and action near Bayoune on the 13th Dec. During tlie above service he was three times wounded. He has received
the Gold Cross for Salamanca, PjTenees, Nivelle, and Nive.
13 Sir Richard Clmrch served at the Ferrol in 1800; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including
tlie actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, and taking of Alexandria.
Served afterwards in
A'^apl' s, Sicily, and Calabria, and was present at tlie battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at
which last ho was wounded in the head. At the capture of Iscliia in 1809 ; on the expedition to
the Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack on
Stellaui'a,
left arm shattered by a musket-shot.
Sir Richard has received the War Medal with
one Clasp for Maida.
14 Lieiit.-Coloiiel Plenderleath served with the 49th on the expedition to tlie Baltic, and was
present at tlie battle of Copenhagen on the 2nd April 1801. Served afterwards in the American
war, and commanded the regiment in the actions of Stoney Creek and Chrystler's Farm, as well as
ill affairs of less importance.
He was severely wounded at Stoney Creek ; and he has received the
;

Gold

INIedal for Chrystler's

Farm.

15 Lieut.-Colonel Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th, and has received the Gold
Medal and two Clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having commanded
the regiment in those battles.
16 Lieut.-Colonel Macdonell served in the American war, and has received the Gold Medal for
the action at Chateauguay.
17 Lieut.-Colonel Muttlebury joined the 55th, then encamped before Niineguen,and served the
severe winter campaign of 1794-6 in Holland.
In Admiral Christian's fleet during the dreadful
gales which proved fatal to so large a proportion of ships ; after which he was present at the taking
of St. Lucia, wliere he was employed eleven months against the Brigands, during which period
the .55tli lost 25 officers and upwards of 600 men.
Served with the reserve of the army under
Sir Ralph Abercromby at the Helder in 1799.
In November 1813 embarked with the 2nd battalion of the 69th for Holland, and was present at the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp
and the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, for his conduct at the latter, although made prisoner, he
was honoured with the brevet rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Served also the campaign of 1815,
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, early on the latter day he succeeded to the
command of the regiment.
18 Lieut.-Colonel Wilkins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798; and was wounded
at New Ross.
Landed with the force that occupied Madeira in 1801. From thence proceeded to
the West Indies, where he was employed on the Staff. In 1809 joined the 95tli, now the Rifle
Brigade, and embarked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810 commanded a detachment of the regiment in the defence of Cadiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Salamanca.
Accompanied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the retreat into Portugal. In 1813
advanced with the army to within range of the guns of Burgos, when the enemy abandoned the
fortress.
Was present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affairs in following the
retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian.
Volunteered his services at the storming of the
latter, but the honour being subsequently claimed by a senior officer, he resumed the command of
the 2nd battalion, and was sharjjly engaged with the enemy at tlie Bridge of Vera. Served in the
campaign of 1815, including the advance on the 10th June, retreat on the 17th, and was in the
comnand of the before-named battalion on the field of Waterloo, when, by a discharge of grapeshi.t from the enemy's artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the ground.
In 1817 he
joined the Army of Occupation in France, but from the serious effects of his wound was compelled
to return to England.
He has received the Gold jNIcdal for Salamanca, and the Silver War Medal
with two Clasps for Vittoria and the Pyrenees.
19 Lieut.-Colonel Miller served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was severely
wounded at Waterloo.
20 Sir Henry Pynn served in Ireland with the South Devon Militia during the Rebellion, in
1798.
Embarked with Sir Brent Spencer's Division in 1807, and was employed with the 82nd in
Sicily
subsequently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and was present at the battles of
Roleia and Vimiera.
Attached to the Portuguese troops on the 15th Nov. 1809, and was present
at the battle of Busaco.
Commanded a corps of Light Infantry at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor
and siege of Badajoz in 1811 ; commanded the 18th Portuguese Regiment in Lord Hill's corps
d'arniee covering the siege of Badajoz and storming of the citadel in 1812; battle of Vittoria,
action at the Pass of Maya ; battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th and 30th July (severely wounded),
action of Gan'is, battle of Orthcs, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Henry has received
the Gold Medal and two Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Pyrenees, and Orthes; and the Silver War

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of the Lieutenant-Colonels.

Medal with five Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Busaco, Vittoria, and Toulouse. After the termination of the Peninsular War he continued with Marshal Lord Beresford in the Portuguese service
to maintain the organization of that army; was promoted a Brigadier-General, and appointed
Lieut. -Governor of the town and forti'ess of Valencia ; and finally promoted to Major-General in
that army.
21 Lieut. -Colonel Leach, after serving with the 70th in the West Indies in 1803, 4, and 5,
accompanied the Rifle Brigade on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and was present at the
battle of Kioge.
He served subsecjuently in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of that war in
1814, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Busaco, action of the Coa, retreat to the lines
of Torres Vedras, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz, battle of
Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, battle of Vittoria, various actions in the Pyrenees, passage of
the Bidassoa and attack on the enemy's position at the Pass of Vera, battles of the Nivelle,
battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec, action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse,
besides numerous affairs of van and rear guards and skirmishes.
Served also the campaign of
1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last the command of the 1st
battalion devolved on him.
Colonel Leach has received several contusions, the first at Roleia, the
next at the Coa, and again by a fragment of a shell at Waterloo. He obtained the brevet rank of
Major for his conduct at Vittoria, and that of Lieut-Colonel and Companionship of the Bath, for
Waterloo. He has received the Silver War Medal with twelve Clasps.
22 Lieut. -Colonel Wilson served with the 4th on the expedition to the Helder in 1799, and
was present in the actions of tlie 2nd and Gth October. Siege of Copenhagen in 1807. Expedition, first to Sweden and afterwards to the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, including the retreat
thi-ough Spain, and battle of Corunna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcheren in 1809.
Joined the army at the Lines of ToiTes Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in the pursuit
of Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action at Barba del Puerco, storming of
Badajoz (severely wounded ). Aide-de-camp to Major-Gcneral Pringle at the battle of Salamanca,
capture of Madrid and the Retu-o, siege of Burgos and reti-eat therefrom, affair of Villa Muriel,
battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and St. Pien-e, Orthes, and St. Palais.
Served also the campaign
of 1815; commanded the 4th at the battle of Waterloo, and was wounded.
He has received the
Gold Medal for Badajoz and the Silver War Medal with six Clasps for Corunna, Fuentes el'Onor,
Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive.
23 Lieut-Colonel the Hon. Dawson Damer accompanied Lord Cathcart to Russia as his Aidede-camp in 1812. Attached to Sir Robert Wilson, and was present with the Russian Army at
the retreat of the French Cavalry from Moscow. In 1813 present in the Allied Army at the battles
of Lutzen, Bautzen, Wurtzen, and Culm. Attached to Count Walmoden, and was present at the
operations before Hamburg and in Holstein in 1813.
In the spring of 1814 entered France with
the AlUed Army, and was employed with the Corps d'Armee serving in the Low Countries. In
the same year appointed Assistant-Quarter-Master-General to the army under the orders of the
Prince of Orange; and in June 1815 was present in the same capacity at the battles of Quatre
;

Bras and Waterloo.


24 Lieut. -Colonel Burer was employed in 1800 with an Austrian Corps d'Armee, and frequently
engaged before the enemy, especially at Kloster Eberach. In 1801 he served the Egj^jtian campaign, and was engaged on the 17th and 21st Aug. in driving theenemy into Alexandria. In 1807
he accompanied Sir Harry Burrard as Aide-de-camp on the expedition to the Baltic, and was
frequently engaged before Copenhagen on outpost duties, and present at its siege and capture. In
1808 he served in Portugal, and was present with the 71st at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera.
In 1809 he was employed as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General with the Walcheren expedition,
and was present at the siege and taking of Flushing and Ter Vere. In March 1811 he embarked
with two companies of the 71st for Portugal, and remained with the regiment in the Peninsula
until Jan. 1813, and was present with the covering divi>ion before Badajoz in 1811, and in April
1812 also at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps
for Egypt, Roleia, and Vimiera.
25 Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. Robert Moore served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards
from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, and was severely
;

wounded

at Waterloo.
26 Lieut. -Colonel Purvis served in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons, and has received
the Gold Medal for the battle of Vittoria, and the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fuentes
d'Onor and Toulouse.
27 Lieut.-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of the Royal Artillery, served in the Peninsula, and
lias received the Gold ]\Iedal for the battle of Salamacca.
28 Lieut.-Colonel Fuller served with the 59th at the capture of tlie Cape of Good Hope in
1806; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of Vittoria,
siege of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive, where he was wounded in the shoulder and
Campaign of 181.5, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture
thigh.
of Paris. Commanded the regiment at tlie siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6, under
Lord Combermere, and was slightly wounded in the arm. He has received the Gold Medal
for San Sebastian, having commanded the regiment there ; and the Silver AVar Medal with
three Clasps for Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive.

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29 Lieut-Colonel Bell served with the 48th at the blockade of Malta, and siege of La Valetta.
Also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the
Douro, battle of All)uhera (wounded), actions at Aldea de Ponte aiidFuento Guinaldo, siege of
Ciudad Kodrigo, siege and assault of Padajoz (severely wounded), battles of Salamanca, the
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. He has received the Gold Cross for Salamanca,
Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes, having on those occasions commanded the regiment
and the
Silver AVar Medal with four Clasps for Albuhera, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Toulouse.
30 Lieut-Colonel Thompson prior to entering the Army, was several years in the Royal
Navy. He served in the Rifle Brigade at the attack on Buenos Ayres, and was among the
captured under General Crauford in the church of St. Domingo. Served in the Peninsula with
the 14th Light Dragoon?, an 1 was present at the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse,
for which he has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
As captain in the 17th Light
Dragoons, was in the Pindarreeand other campaigns in India from 1815 to 1819. In 1819 was
in the expedition under Sir Wm. Grant Keir to the Persian Gulf, as Secretary and Arabic
Interpreter, and being left there as Political Agent, he commanded a detachment of Native
Troops ordered to act against the tribe of Beni-Boo-Ali, which detachment being defeated by
the Arabs, necessitated the expedition under Sir Lionel Smith in the following year.
31 Lieut.- Colonel Robert Macdonald late of 35th regiment, served at the siege of Port
Bourbon and capture of Martinique in 1808-9. Present with the 3rd battalion of the Royals
in the retreat from Burgos in 1812, and in the subsequent campaigns of 1813 and 14, including
the action at Osma, battle of Vittoria, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th July,
assault on the town 25th of July (severely wounded)
and on the 31st Aug., although suffering
from the effects of bis wound, was prestnt and engaged at the successful assault on San Sebaswhere
he
commanded
companies
ordered
tian,
two
to the breach in advance of the first brigade
of the 5th division, and was at the surrender of the castle on the 8th of Sept. Engaged at the
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the lOih, 11th, and 12th
Dec., and repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, including
the battles ot Quatre Bras and Waterloo, where he was severely wounded. He has received
;

the War JNIedal with five Clasps.


32 Lieut.-Colonel Basden's services
Mahratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, including the taking
of Berhampore, Asseerghur, Argaum, Lasslgaum, Chawdore, Jaulnah, and Gawilleghurr.
American War in 1813 and 14, and was engaged at Longwooda (severely wounded in the
thigh) ; Fort Erie, Black Rock, Buffalo, and battle of the Falls (wounded).
Served also
throughout the Burmese war. He has received the RIedal and four Clasps for Asseerghur,
:

Argaum, Gawilleghurr, and Ava.


33 Lieut. -Colonel Oates, during eight years' active service in the West Indies, was frequently
engaged with the enemy, and twice severely wounded, viz. in the right side by a musket-ball at
Cote de Fer, and in the left ankle in an attack near Port an Prince. Served also five years in
the East Indies and in Egypt, and crossed the Desert under Sir David Baird.
With the expedition to South America in 1807.
Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war,
including the battles of Talavera (severely wounded on the head by the bursting of a shell),
Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor 2nd and 3rd sieges of Badajoz, severely wounded at the storming
of Fort Picurina battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Orthes, severely wounded through the right
thigh.
He has received a Gold Medal for services in Egypt and the Silver War Medal with
;

ten Clasps.
34 Lieut.-Colonel Pratt served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807 ;
in Portugal and Spain in 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to, and
battle of Corunna, for which lie has received the War Medal with three Clasps. At Walcheren
in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of Flushing.
In 1813 he was appointed
to the Quarter-Master-General's staff of the army on the eastern coast of Spain, and served with
a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of France until the close of the war in 1814.
35 Lieut.-Colonel Sputtiswoode served with the 71st in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore
and afterwards under the Duke of Wellington he was with the storming party at Badajoz, and
was severely wounded in the spine.
37 Lieut.-Colonel Horton served the campaign in Cilabria under Sir John Stuart with the flank
companies of the Glstand was present at tbe battle of Maida. He served also in the Peninsula and
was severely wounded at the battle of the Nivelle. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
39 Lirut- Colonel Sail served at the taking of Maldonado and Monte Video in 1807. Also
in the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of
the sortie from Biyonne.
40 Lieut.-Co!onel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, including the
battle of Egmont-op-Zee.
Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria in 1801 capture
of Madeira in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloupe and Sr. Martin's in 1810
re-capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Guadaloupe.
41 Lieut.-Colonel Whelan served in the American war with the Royal Newfoundland Fencibles.
43 Lieut.-Colonel Fairtlough served at the bombardment of Ter Vere, and siege and capture
of Flushing in 1809. Also at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815.
44 Lieut.-Colonel Streatfeild served the Mahratta campaign of 1804, 5, and G, including the
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assault of Bhurtpore, with the Grenadiers of the 65th, when out of 17 officers and 300 men who
marched to the assault, 14 officers and 190 men were either killed or wounded. At the capture
of the Isle of France in 1810. Serrei the Mahratta campaign of 1817 and 18, includingthe capture of Ha trass.
45 Lieut.-Colonel Senior was severely wounded in the action between H. M. packet Lapwing
and the American privateer Fox, off Barbadoes, 30th Sept. 1813.
46 Lieut.-Colonel Hughes served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 with the 24th. Engaged
with a French squadron in the Mosambique Channel, 3rd July 1810. Served the Nepaul campaigns of 1814, 15, and 16, and was wounded at Harriapore. Served also during the Mahratta
war of 1816, 17, and 18. Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt; and also
the Silver War Medal with one Clasp.
47 Lieut.-Colonel Watson was 28 years in the 14th regt., the greater part of which time he
served in the West and East Indies, and retired from active service in consequence of total loss
of sight. He was at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810 ; of Java in 1811, including the
investment and storming of Fort Cornelis, and storming the heights of Serondole; previous to
which he was actively engaged on the coast when embarked in H. M. S. Minden, and at St.
Nicholas Point commandf d a detachment of the 14th and Royal Marines, and defeated a very
superior French force of the enemy's best troops sent to attack that position. In 1812, he was
at the storming of Djocjoearta.
In 1813, at the subjugation of the Piratical State of Sambas in
the Island of Borneo, when he commanded the column which attacked the stockades leading up
to the town, on which occasion he was wounded.
He has received the War Medal with one

Clasp for Java.


48 Lieut.-Colonel Nooth served with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition against Copenhagen,
With the 2nd battalion of the 14th, on the expedition under Sir David Baird, and was
in 1807.
in the retreat of Sir Jubn Moore's army, and at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received
the War Medal with one Clasp. Accompanied the battalion to Walcheren, and was present at
the siege of Flashing.
49 Sir John Scott Lillie served in the 6th regt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808,
and was present at the battle of Vimiera, and capture of Lisbon. In 1809, as Captain in the
Lusitanian Legion, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal during the important
interval between the embarkation at Curunna and the return of the second expf-dition to Lisbon.
1811
Campaign of 1810 battle of Busaao, and retreat to the Lines at Torres Vedras.
Actions of Pombal and Eedinha, capture of Campo Mayor, sieges of Olivenca and Badajoz.
1813
Actions
at
1812 Battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos.
Aldea de Ponte, Osma, and Bridge of Subijana de Morellas (wounded), battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, actions in the Pyrenees on the 24th. 25th, 26th, 28th, and 30th July, actions
of Irun and St. ^Martial, capture of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle
(wounded) and the Nive. 1814 Battles of Orthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely
wounded and left for forty-eight hours on the field of battle, supposed to have been killed. Sir
John has received the Gold Cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse;
and the Silver War IMedal with seven Claiips for the others.
50 Lieut.-Colonel De Lancey served with the 9th Light Dragoons at AValcheren in 1809; and
in the Peninsula during parts of 1811, 12, and 13.
51 Lieut.-Colonel Fox served in the Peninsula with the 30th and was present at the battle of
Fuentes d'Onor, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
52 Lieut.-Colonel Speddaig served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at
the battles of Taiavera, Busaco, Albuhera, and Salamanca (for which he has received the War
Medal with four Clasps), acti^jus of Campo ilayor, Los Santos, and Usagre, besides other affairs.
53 Lieut.-Colonel Hall served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810; on the expedition
to Java, in 1811, including the actions at Bitavia and Weltevreiden, storming the entrenched
lines at Fort Cornelis, storming the heights of Serandole, and capture of the fort of Samarang.
Present also at the siege and stortiing of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. He has received the War Medal
with one Clasp for ava.
53+ Lieut. -Col. Townshend served in the American war, and was present at the taking of Fort
Niagara, Blackrock, and Buffalo, and battle of Lundy's Lane; severely wounded through the
Promoted to the Brevet Rank of
left shoulder at the assault on Fort Erie, 14th Aug. 1814.
Lieut.-Colonel for services during the Canadian Rebellion in 1837 and 38.
54 Lieut-Colonel Tronson servLd in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, including the capture of Martinique and siege of Fort Bourbon in 1809, and capture of Guadaloupe in 1810. The
campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in Canada, including the operations against Plattsburg. Throughout the Burmese war, and commanded a detachment of the 13th, which took possession of the
City of Bassein previous to the arrival of Sir Robert Sale's Brigade destined for its capture ;
also present at Kokein, 15th Dec. 1826, Pagoda Point, Napadie, Mehadie, Melloon, where
the command of the 13th devolved upon him, and on the 9th Feb. 1826, at the storming of
Pagamue, where he was wounded in the right leg, but continued to lead the left wing until most
Served the campaign in Affseverely wounded in the left leg, where the ball still remains.
ghanistan under Lord Keane, and commanded the 13th at the assault and capture of the
Fortress and Citadel of Ghuznee, for which he obtained the brevet rank of Lieut.-Colonel and

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Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels.

Order of the Doranee Empire. Commanded the regiment throughout the campaign in Kohistan,
and at the sieges of Tootumdarrah, Jhoolghur (led and commanded the storming party),
night attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, Kardurrah, and Perwandurrah, when Dost Mahomed
surrendered, and the force returned to Cabal.
He has received the War Medal with two
Clasps for Martinique and Guaduloupe the Medal for Ava
and Medal for Ghuznee.
55 Lieut. -Colonel Carruthers served the campaign in Affghanistan and Beloochistan, and
commanded the Kegt. at the assault and capture of the fortress of Ghuznee (Medal), and at the
assault and capture of the fortress and citadel of Khelat.
He commanded the Forces, as a Brigadier, in the Southern Concan and Hawant Warree Country during the campaign of 1844 and 45.
56 Lieut.-Col. Mac Dowell served with the Army of India, under Lord Combermero in
1825-6, and was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore (Medal and Clasp). Served
with the Army of the Indus under Lord K^ane, throughout the campaign in AfPtjhanistan,
in 1838-9, and commanded the 16th Lancers at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal and
Cross Dooranee Order). Commanded a Brigade of Cavalry in the Army of Reserve, assembled on the Sutlej in 1842. Served with the Army of Gwalior in 1843, and commanded
the 16th Lancers in the action of Maharajpore (Medal and C B )
Served throughout the
Sutlej campaign under Lord Gough in 1846.
Commanded the 16th Lancers at the Battle of
Budiwal a Brigade of Cavalry at AUwal, and subsequently a Brigade of Cavalry, with a
Troop of Horse Artillery attached, from Sobraon to the occupation of Lahore, and termination
of the campaign (ftledal for Aliwal and Clasp for Sobraon).
56t Lieut.-Colonel Singleton served in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1813, and was slightly
wounded at the siege of the forts at Salamanca, and twice severely wounded at the battle of
Salamanca, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
;

57 Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's services:


Expedition to Calabria, including the battle of
operations, and capture oi the fortress of Catrone; expedition to Egypt
in 1807; Peninsula from April 1809 to Jan. 1812, including the bittles of Talavera (wounded)
and Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and various affairs (here; with the advance
at Espinhal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and many other affairs and skirmishes.
Served at
the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815.
Commanded a brigade at the battle of Punaiar (Medal),
and was severely wounded at its head when in the act of charging the enemy's guns. He has
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Maida, Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor.
58 Lieut.-Colonel Harty served with the 33rd at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of
France in 1810 the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both the
attacks on Merxem, and the assault on Bergen op-Zoom.
Also the campaign of 1815, including
the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo,
slightly

Maida and subsequent

wounded.
59 Lieut. -Colonel Crabbe served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to the 31st Dec. 1812, and
again from June 1813 to the end of the war, including the whole of the retreat to the lines of
Torres Vedras ; battle of Busaco
the advance from the lines to Guarda
first siege of
Badajoz ; siege and storm of Ciudad llodrigo
siege and storm of Badajoz
battle of
Salamanca capture of ^ladrid, and subsequent retreat through Spain battles of Nivelle, Nive,
Vic, Tarbes, Orthes, and Toulouse, and the whole of the various minor affairs during that
period.
Wounded 15th March 1811, at Foz d'Arouee, when commanding a party which drove
a French piquet from the said village. Wounded again at Toulouse, when attacking the Tete
de Pont.
He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps.
60 Lieut. -Colonel Meade served with the S8th in the Penmsula in the campaigns of 1811, 12,
13, and 14, iucluding the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of
Salamanca (wounded), siege and storming of Badajoz, passage of the Nivelle and the Nive,
battles of Orthes and Toulouse.
In 1814 he accompanied his Regiment to America, and the
following year joined the army of occupation in France. In 1821 he embarked for India on the
Staff of Sir Thomas Reynell, and was at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, for the capture of
which fortress he received the rank of Major. He has received the War Jledal with six Clasps.
61 Lieut.-Colonel Wildman served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th
Hussars, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with
one Clasp for Orthes.
62 Lieut.-Colonel Forster served with the Scots Fusilier Guards before Bayonne in 1814,
63 Lieut.-Colonel Beetham served in the Egyptian expedition of 1807 ; also at the taking of
Santa Maura.
64 Lieut.-Colonel Bragge served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoons from 1811 to the
end of that war in 1814, and was present in the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, for which he
has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
65 Lieut.-Colonel Albert Goldsmid served in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons,
from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the cavalry affairs at Castrajon, Quintare
de Puerta, and Monasterio ; battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive (for which he
has received the War Medal with four Clasps); and siege of San Sebastian. Served also
during the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of AVaterloo.
66 Lieut.-Colonel Macarthur was present as an Ensign in the 60th at the battle of Corunna.
He afterwards served with the 39th in Sicily, and again in Spain, where he was engaged with
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the enemy at Vittoria, in the Pyrenees, at the Nivelle and the Nive, at Bayonne, Orthes, and
Toulouse, and where he also served on the personal staff of the late Lt.-Gen. Sir Robert
O'Callaghan. He accompanied his regfiment from Bourdeaux to Canada, and afterwards served
with it in the Army of Occupation in France, He has received the AVar Medal with seven Clasps.
67 Lieut-Colonel Macdowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52nd,
including the actions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp.
68 Lieut.-Colonel Hely served with the 57th in the Peninsula ; and having joined Lord
HUl's division in 1809, he was afterwards present at the battle of Busaco, in the actions of
Pombal and Redinha, the first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera where he was twice
wounded, and held the command of the regiment after that action ; battles of the Pyrenees,
affairs of Perache, Aire, and
Nivelle, Nive, and that before Bayonne on the 13th Dec. 1813
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Sailed for Canada at the conclusion of this war returned
marched to Paris, and served with the Army
after the peace with America, landing at Ostend
of Occupation until the breaking up of that force. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps.
;

69 Lieut.-Culonel Bowers was slightly wounded at Waterloo.


70 Lieut.-Colonel Arnaud served in the Peninsula with the \\V.\ and was present at the
battles of Busaco and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
71 Lieut.-Colonel Towers served the Waterloo campaign with the 7th Hussars.
72 Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell served with the 95 th (Rifle Brigade) at the siegesof
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; and on the Quarter-Master-General's staff until the termination
of the Peninsular war, when he was sent back to Spain and Portugal on a special mission to make
surveys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies. He has received the War Medal with
five Clasps.

73 Lieut.-Colonel Williams previously to entering the army served five years as Midshipman
was engaged in the attack of the French Fleet by Admiral Cornwallis on the
Assisted in the disembarkation of the British Army in Portugal in Aug. 1808,
and at its embarkation during and after the battle of Corunna in 1809. Accompanied the
expedition to Walcheren the same year, and served in the squadron of gun-boats in the Scheldt
covering the disembarkation of the army, and at the bombardment and capture of the fortresses
Landed with a division of sailors on the Island of
of Ter Vere, Ramakins, and Flushiug.
South Beveland, and was present at the taking of Fort Batz, and at the subsequent defence and
repulse of the enemy in their repeated efforts to repossess themselves of that important post
also in frequent gun-boat actions co-operating with the army during their evacuation of those
He quitted the navy and entered the army in Feb. 1811, and joined the 4th
islands in 1810.
Regt. in Portugal in August of the same year, and served in that corps and the 77th, into which
he was promoted from that period, to the termination of that war in 1814, without being a day
absent from his regt. He was present at the siege and storming of Badajoz, at the operations
on the Bidassoa and Adour, and affairs at St. Jean de Luz, and at the Mayor's House in front
of Bidart in Dec. 1813, and at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He has
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Badajoz.
74 Lieut. -Colon el Nepean served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons and was
present at the battle of the Nive on the 9!,h Dec. 1813, for which action he has received the War
Medal with one Clasp. He served also the Waterloo campaign.
75 Lieut.-Colonel the Earl of Albemarle served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot.
defence of
76 Lieut. -Colonel Buiney served at the capture of Ischia and Procida, in 1809
Cadiz in 1810 ; action of the Coa and Sabugal, battle of Fufutes d'Onor, retreat from Burgos.
Served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the action at ]Merxem, bombardment of
Antwerp, and storming of Bergf n-op-Zoom. Engaged in the Burmese war at the attack of
Padowa Pass and the fortified positions of Mahatee storming the stockades and hills near, and
taking the town and works of Arracan. Wounded on the IGih June 1815, at Quatre Bras, by a
musket-shot in the left shin, and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor.
and of Java in
77 Lieut.-Colonel Rochfort was at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810
1811, including capture of Cornelis, storming of Serandola and Fort Djocjocarta. Storming of
Nepaul campaign in 1814 siege and sturm of Hattias
redoubts at the island of Borneo
He has received
Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bhurtpore 1825 6.
the War ISIedal with one Clasp for Java.
79 Lieut -C'jlonel Rotton served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to June 1813, including
the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. He served
He
also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
served afterwards in the East Indies, and was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore
in the navy, and
21st Aug. 1805.

in 1825-6.
80 Lieut.-Colonel Clark served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and
storming of Cambray. Served also the campaigns of 1824 and 25 in Ava, including the taking
of Rangoon, Kimendine, Kamaroot, and Mahattee. Led the attack upon the fortified heights
at Aracan, and was severely wounded in the neck, arm, and left side.
81 Lieut.-Colonel Duudas served in the 47th on the expedition to South America in 1806-7,
and was present at the taking of Maldonado, in several skirmishes, and at the attack and

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storming of IMonte Video. He served afterwards in the East Indies, and was present in 1814 at
the capture of the Fort of Now Niiggiir, and in several skirmishes. He served also in the
Burmese Territory from Jan. 182G till peace was proclaimed.
82 Lieut.-Colonel Gray accompanied the expedition which sailed under Sir David Baird, in
1805, and was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, Jan. 180G.
Accompanied the
division sent from the Cape to co-operate with the expeditidu from [ndia for the reduction of
the Isle of France, having resigned the situation of
ijor of Brigade to the Royal Artillery at
the Cape, to accompany the division as a volunteer.
^V'^Gcked in the King George transport,
Nov.
1st
1805 (on which occasion Brigadier-General York was drowned), and saved several
lives by his personal exertions, having been the last taken from the rocks by the boats of the

Leda

frigate.

83 Lieut.-Colonel Piper served six campaigns in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from
March 1810 to the 27th Jan. 16. From 1810 to 12 was employed in the Lines of Lisbon and
Almeida; and from Jan. 1812 to the conclusion of hostilities in 1815, held the command of a
division of a Pontoon Train; (hiving been entrusted during that period with tlie organization
and equipment of four several bridges;) threw the bridges of the Guadiana, Tagus, Bidassoa,
Gave d'Oleron, Garronne, and Seine served in the trenches at the last siege of Badajoz, from
the morning of the 18th to the 23rd f f March, when the bridges of communication below the
town being destroyed and sunk, was dedpatehed (by order of the commander of the forces) to
re-establish and remain with them passing shot, shell, and ammunition during the nights, and
provisions during the day time for the remainder of the operations received the thanks of Sir
Rowland Hill at the passage of the Tagus in August same year, on the advance of his column
to Madrid; and subsequently, when on route to Salamanca (in consequence of the enemy's
cavalry intercepting the communication through the Sierra-do- Gato) was commanded by
written instructions from the commander of the forces to retire with the bridges on Alcantra
de la Reina and Badfljoz, to Elvas, and finally to Abrantes where, equipping a fresh train of
boats for the operations of the ensuing year, advanced with the army from Sabugal and FreyDada to the Ebro and Vittoria; passage of the Bidassoa in Oct. and latter part of the blockade
of Pamplona actions of the 9th and 11th Dec. 1813 at Bayonne do. Toulouse in 1814 passed
and repassed His Grace the Commander of the Forces and Staff during the operations of the
day, from the right to the left bank of the river, on a fly-raft of three boats
and subsequently,
advancing to Mongiscard on the Canal Royal du INIidi, proceeded thence to Bordeaux. Proceeded to Ceylon, East Indies, 16 June 16. Served as commanding engineer in the Kandian
Provinces, during the insurrections of 1817 and 18. He has received the VA^ar Medal with three
;

Clasps.
84 Lieut.-Colonel Fogo served in America during the whole war, induing the battle of
Plattsburg.
85 Lieut.-Colonel the Honourable William Arbuthnott served in the Peninsula, and was
present at the passage of the Douro, and the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco for the
two last he has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
86 Lieut.-Colonel Henry Blachley served in the Peninsula and France from Feb. 1812 to
Aug. 1814, including the siege and capture of Bidajoz, affair of Castrajon, battle of Salamanca,
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence, affair of Osma,
battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operations) passage of the Bidassoa
and the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813, in front of Bayonne,
passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he
was wounded in the head by a musket-ball. He has received the Silver War Medal with five
Clasps.
87 Lieut.-Colonel Stopford-Blair served on the expedition to South America in 1807. The
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (received a contusion),
and capture of Paris.
SS Lieut -Colonel Belson served in the Peninsula and South of France from July 1809 to
the end of the war in 1814, including the retreat v jm Talavera, action in front of Almeida,
action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Cazal Nova, Foz d'Arouce,
and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions jv ':e heiglits of the Agueda, sieges of Ciudad
:

y. wounded), San Munos, San Milan, and


C>jma battle of Vittoria, action with the French, 28th June 1813, in the morning before they
entered Pampelana, in which ho captured their last gun from Vittoria actions in the Pyrenees,
passage of the Nivelle, Nive, and G;ive d'01eroii_ and battle of Orthes, besides various minor
affairs and skirmishes.
He has received the V r Medal with nine Clasps.
!<0 Lieut.-Colonel Harvey served at the investment of Kolapore in the East Indies, in Sept.
ls:i7.
Employed on the Staff in the late operations against Ibrahim Pacha, in Syria, and was
present at the skirmish with the Egyptian troops near Askelon, 15th Jan. 1841.
92 Lieut.-Colonel INIolesworth served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807.
93 Lieut.-Colonel Willington served in the LdSt Indies from jNIay 1813 to May 1823, including the campaigns of 1815 and 16 in Kattywar and Kutch; taking of Anjar; Deccan campaigns
of 1817 and 18; campaign of 1819 in Candeish; and in Kutch in 1820.
94 Lieut.-Colonel Westmore served th campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland,
including both attacks on Merxem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom; served at Waterloo on
the 16th, 17th, and 18th June, and was severely wouudeel.

Rodrigo and Badajoz, actions at Castrajon (se.ei^


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95 Lieut.-Colonel Chads served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809.


96 Lieut.-Colonel Pattisson served with the 13th at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of
Guadaloupe in 1810; in Canada during the American war in 1813 and 14; in the Burmese war
Kumaroot,
in 1824, 25, and 26, includingr the capture of Rangoon, storming the stockades at
Kokien (severely wounded), Napadee, Melloon, and Pagahm Mew; and he was also present at
Served als&|
the repulse of the enemy before the Lines of Rangoon on the 1st Dec. 1824,
and
throughout the operations in Affghanistan and Beloochistan, and was present at the storm
Joolghur
capture of Ghuznee, operations in Kohistan, including the capture of Tootumdurrah and
has
and he was afterwards at Jellalabad during its famous defence by Sir Robert Sale. He
medals
received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Martinique and Guadaloupe, and also
for

Ghuznee and Jellalabad.

1842 ir
97 Lieut.-Colonel Browne commanded the 4l3t during the whole of the campaign ot
28tl
Affghanistan, and was present in the engagements with the enemy on 28th March and
5tl
Goaine,
at
30th
Aug.
April in the Pisheen Valley; in that of the 29th May near Candahar,
expeditioi
Sept. before Ghuznee, occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool,
in an(
into Kohistan, storm, capture, and destruction of Istaliff, and in the various minor affairs
between the Bolan and the Kbyber Passes.
afterward
98 Lieut.-Col. Simmons served in the Peninsula, as a volunteer with the 34th. and
in 1814
as an oificer in the 23rd, and in the Rifle Brigade, from Sept. 1811 to the en<l of that war
battle Qj
including the storming of the forts at Almaraz, affairs of San Munos and San Milan,
Bidassosj
the
crossing
Heights,
Vittoria, actions at Yanzi Bridge and Echalar, storming Vera
Served with th
battle of Nivelle, battles of the Nive, on the 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813.
and Syria
41st throughout the Burmtse war, and was present at the storming of Rangoon
Pagoda, led the head of the left column storming the trenches in front of the Dagon Pagods
storming a strong stockade in front of the Dagon Pagoda. Commanded the left wing of th
during tb,
41st regiment in the field against the Kolapore Rajah. Served with the regiment
campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan, and commanded a column of attack in the action of the 28t
April in the Pisheen Valley; present also in the actions near Candahar, at Goaine, and befoi
occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool; expedition into Kohistai

Ghuznee;

between th
storm, capture, and destruction of Istalifif, and in the various minor affairs in and
He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Vittorii
Bolan and the Kyber Passes.
Nivelle, and Nive.
99 Lieut.-Colonel Malcolm served on the China expedition (Medal).
i,
100 Lieut.-Colonel Maclean served in the Burmese war and was present at the capture
Campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. China expeditici
Zembyke and Melloon.
(Medal) including the attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusau, attack and captui*
of Chinhae, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo.
101 Lieut. -Colonel Donald Campbell served at Walcheren, in 1809.
102 Lieut.-Colonel Gordon was at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadaloupe :)
1810, for which he lias received the War Medal with two Clasps.
103 Lieut.-Colonel Poole served throughout the operations in Scinde (Medal) under Sir Charl
Hyde
Napier, and commanded the 22nd at the battle of Meeanee, and a brigade at the battle of
He was also previously at the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur in the Desert. I;
abad.
served the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844-5, including the investment ai

capture of the Forts Panulla and Pownghur.


104 Lieut.-Colonel Farquharson served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810, Captu
in 18
of the fort of Now Nuggur in Kattywar, Feb. 1814. On the borders of Scindia's country
and 15. Capture of forts of Joorin, August 1815, Anjar and Khuncoote, Feb., Dhingee ai,
Dwarka, March 1816. Action and capture of Poona, 17th March 1817. At Ashtee, 21st Fe
Storm of Kutch Boci
1818, the Mahratta General Gokla killed, and Satteria Reya captured.
Dij
Fort, March 1819. Capture of the forts of Rass-el-Kyma and Zama, 8th and 22nd
1819*.
Served also in Arabia in 1812, and was present in the action of Beni-Boo-Ali, 2i

March,

106 Lieut- Colonel Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command ot an exp
Also
dition against the insurgent emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange River, in 1845.
command of the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Kafftr war of 1846-7.
includia
107 Lieut.-Colonel White's services : Campaign in Spain, under Sir John Moore,
and capttt
the retreat to and battle of Corunna, where he was wounded. Siege of Flushing,
He has receivj
of Walcheren; campaigns in Canada, from Nov. 1813, to the end of the war.
the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna.
and France, from Feb. 1813 to t
107t Lieut.- Colonel J. H. Wood served in the Peninsula
end of the war, including the battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampluna, battles of the Pyrenei
of Ortt
siege of San Sebastian, battle of the Nivelle, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battles
t
and Toulouse. Served the campaign in America, including the attack on Plattsburg, He
)

received the silver War Medal with six Clasps,


ht j
108 Lieut. -Colonel Hunt served on the expedition to Hanover in 1805, and to Madeira
the end
to
1812
Feb.
1808; the campaign and battle of Corunna; and in the Peninsula, from
Medal w
the war in 1814 and subsequently in the American war. He has received the War
four Clasps for Corunna, Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse,
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109 Lieut.-Colonel Bray served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817, 18, and 19,and was present
the sieges and captures of Rjghur, Amulnier, and Asseerghur.
He was on board the unforite ship Kent, which was burned in the Bay of Biscay, 1st March 1825.
Commanded the
Hh in the action of ISIaharajpore (Medal), and was severely wounded.
110 Lieut -Colonel Buiibury served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including
.pture of Oporto, battles of Talavera aud Barro-a.
He was Major of Brigade to the force
hich defended Tarifa (at the investment of which lie had his horse shot under him), at the
pture of Seville, defence of the bridge of Puente Largo near AraDJues.
He was present at
e battles of the Nivelle and of the Kive (severely wounded), investment of Bayonne, and
mmanded the Gth Cassadores at the battle of Toulouse. He commanded the troops, and was
iployed en various services for four years in New Zealand, from the establishment of that
ttlement until 1844,
towards the close of which year he was wrecked on one of the Andaman
lands,
and he commanded the troops and crews of the transports Briton and lliinnymede, for
tj--one days, where, under the most trying yet providential circumstances, the lives of about
troops and seamen, and 104 women and children, were preserved. He commanded the 80th
Toughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), including the battles of Mnodkee (wounded),
rozeshah (horse shot under him), and Sobraon. He has received the War Medal and five
;

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lasps.

llOf Lieut.-Colonel Gold served in the campaign on the Sutlej with the 53rd, including the
ttles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded), in the first of which he commanded the
Medal and one Clasp.
111 Lieut.-Colonel Hodgson served with the 45th in the Burmese war.
112 Lieut.-Colonel Mundy served at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6, as
;de-de-camp to Lord Combermcre.
'113 Lieut.-Colonel Lock served the campaign of 1808, in Portugal, and was present at Roleia
{A Vimiera, for which battles he has received the SUver War Medal with two Clasps.
114 Lieut.-Colonel M'Cleverty serve d the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg, in April 1834,
'th the 48th regiment.
!ll4t Lieut." Colonel Robert B. Wood served as Aide-de-Camp and Military Secretary to
}\xA Hardinge throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), including the battles of Moodle, Ferozeshah (seoerely wounded), and Sobraon.
115 Lieut.-Colonel Spence was present with the 31st in the action of Stuola. near Genoa, on
t; 13th April 1814, and in the subsequent attacks upon the city of Genoa until its surrender, as
Eo at the surrender of Corsica in the same year.
In 1815 he served with the army in Naples.
(h the 1st March 1825, he was present at that lamentable catastrophe, the burning of the Kent,
i'the Bay of Biscay.
He commanded the 31st throughout the campaign on the Sutlej ^Medal
cl three Clasps), at the battles of Moodkee (soon after its commencement), Ferozeshah (for
V 'ch he was
appointed a CB.), Buddiwal, and Aliwal, and the first brigade of Sir Harry
Siith's division at the battle of Sobraon; and was one of only five officers out of thirty who
taped being wounded in all the actions. Had his horse shot under him at Ferozeshali and

^giment

B'jraon
"l16

Lieut.-Colonel Grierson served at Cadiz during parts of 1812 and 1813, and afterwards

c(the eastern coast of Spain.

M7 Lieut.-Colonel Sandilands served with the expedition to Walcheren; also the campaign
dl815, and was engaged on the 17th June with the Horse Artillery in covering the retiring
ifvement from Quatre Bras, and on the 18th of June he was present at the battle of
literloo.
'.18 Lieut-Colonel French served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the end of the war,
Lduding siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and
irestment of Bayonne. Served also in the American war, including the actions of Bladensburg,
Mtimore, New Orleans, and Fort Bowyer. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps
P Nivelle and Nive.
i
19 Lieut.-Colonel Crofton was appointed Persian interpreter to the force under Brigadier-.
'neral Litchfield, in August 1832, and served with it throughout the arduous operations in
'i-kiur, and against the tribes in the N. W. Desert, which ended in the taking of Balmeer.
20 Lieut.-Colonel Bainbrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9, and again
il812 and 13, and was present at the battles of Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees,
(there he was twice wounded and lost an arm), for which he has received the War Medal with
fir Clasps.
Served also in the Walcheren expedition.
20t Lieut.-Colonel Cunynghame served as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Saltoun during the
liter part of the war in China (medal), and was present at the siege and capture of Chinbngfoo, and at the investment of Nankin.
22 Lt-Colonel James Henderson served with the 92d at the siege of Copenhagen and action
wKioge in 1807; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under
& John Moore in 1808-9, including the action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna.
On the
e)edition to Walcheren in 1809.
Served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in France and
Imders with the 71st, including the affair of Tarbes, and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo,
{which last he was severely wounded in the thigh by a grape-shot. He has received the War
dal with two Clasps for Corunna and Toulouse.
23 Lieut.-Colonel Le Mesurier served in the 24th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope

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In 1811, he joined the 2nd Battalion in the Peninsula, where he served until the end
in 1806.
of that war in 1814, and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Echalar, Nivelle, and Orthes (severely contused); and in the severa
affairs on the banks of the Dourdogne in front of Bordeaux, being on continual advance guard
when that part of the army was moving forward on Angouleme. He has received the Wai
Medal with four Clasps.
124 Lt.-Colonel Juhn Swinburn served wiih the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 the
;

campaign of 1808 in Portugal, wounded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subsequent
campaigns in the Peninsula until 1812, including the action of the Coa, battle of Fuentef
d'Onor, action of Sabugal, battle of Busaco, retredt to and occupation of the Lines of Torres
Vedras, subsequent advance in pursuit of Massena, and actions of Pombal and Redinha
in the hip.
Joined the army at Toulouse in April 1814. Present at New Orleans
in Jan. 1815. Subsequently joined the Duke of Wellington's army at Brussels, was presen'i
H<
at the capture of Paris, and remained with the Army of Occupation until the end of 1818.
has received the ^Var Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor.
125 Lt.-Colonel Robert Kelly served in the Peninsula with the 5th battalion of the 60th
and was severely wounded in action with the enemy, 19th March 1814. He has received th'
War Medal with five Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes.
126 Lt.-Colonel Thomas Kelly served with the late 26th Lt. Dragoons during the latte
part of the Carib war in St. Vincent. He afterwards accompatiied his Regt. to Portugal am
from thence to Egypt the Transport in which he embarked was attacked by a Spanish Gu!
He served at the siege of Aboukir Casth
Boat, which, after a sharp conflict was beaten off.
with the dismounted part of his Regt. He was also present in the action of the 21st Marc
1801, and in the affair of the advance of the army to the westward of Alexandria under Si
Eyre Coote. He was wounded in a night attack on the enemy's outposts on the 25th Aug
when, with a small detachment, he drove in the cavalry piquet, and captured the whole of th
infantry piquets opposed to him, which were much more numerous than his own party. H
has received the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign, and also tl

wounded

War Medal with one clasp.


128 Lt.-Colonel Burrowes served with the 12th at the capture of the Isle of France, in 181'
and commanded a detachment of that Regt. in boarding and capturing two French Privatee:
Commanded a battalion of details with a force under Colonel tl
off the Isle de la Passe.
Honourable Leicester Stanhope in Katty war, and was in advance at the storm and capture
the strong hill fortress of Meetialla.
129 Lt.-Colonel Gloster served in the Peninsula with the 61st from Oct. 1809 to the end
that war in 1814, including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of the forts
Salamanca, battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees (28th July to 2d Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nr
(9th to 13th Dec), Orthes, and Toulouse, Wounded in the left arm at the battle of Salamanc
and through the right breast at Toulouse, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lun;i
and out at the back. He has received the War ^Medal with seven Clasps.
130 Lt.-Colonel Harriott served in the Royal Staff Corps at the defence of Cadiz, battle
Barrosa, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions near BidaJi
affair of Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in Franc
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
131 Lt.-Colonel Ross served the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14, and 15 with the 92nd, includitl
the actions of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Almaraz, defence of Alba de Tormes, battle
Vittoria, affair at the pass of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees, wounded in the left leg by
musket-ball; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, taking the Heights of La Costa, battleOrthes, action at Aire, battles of Tuulouse, Quatre Bras wounded in the left foot by a muskd
wounded in the right arm by a musket-ball. He has receivi
ball; and battle of Waterloo,
the War Medal with six Clasps.
Fitz
Maurice
joined the Rifle Brigade in the Peninsula as a Volunteer
132 Lieut.-Colonel
1811, and served to the end of the War, including the affair of the Mill at Treixadas, the acti'
of Sabugral, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, acti
skirmishing in advance he there with two Riflemen took t
at San Milan, battle of Vittoria,
pursued the enemy to Pampelu
first gun captured that day and secured seven prisoners
under the walls of which their last gun was taken the battles of the Pyrenees, carrying
heights of Echalar and the fortified pass of Bera; defended an orchard in front of Arcarigi
for a whole day with one Subdivision; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with th(
near Bayonne on the 10th, 11th, and 13th Dec. 1813; the brilliant action with Soult's re
guard at Tarbes, and the battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs. Served also
campaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Quatre Bras, where he had the horn
of firing the first shot. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in
thigh at Quatre Bras. Received the Hanoverian Order; the Waterloo Medal; and the Sil
War Medal with eight Clasps.
133 Lt.-Colonel Young served with the 91st in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. IS
including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Calcavellas, and Corunna. On the expedition
Walcheren in 1809; the Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 18
including the battles of the Nivelle, the Nive (10th, 11th, and 12th Dec), Orthes, Tarbes,
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
TOulouse.

silver

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83

134 Lt.-Colonel During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subsequently from the latter part of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of
Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has
received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
135 Lt.-Colonel Tennant served at the siege of Flushing in 1809.
136 Lt.-Colonel the Honourable AVm. Noel Hill served in the Burmese war, in 182.5 and 26
(Medal), and was present in the actions of Prome and Tandwajn.
137 Lt -Colonel Irwin served in the Peninsula from April 1809 to Feb. 1814, including the
capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, siege and storm of
Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of Bidajoz and capture of the castle by escalade (7th April 1812), battle
of Salamanca, capture of ^Madrid and the Retiro, battles of Vittoria and the P_>renees, besides
various aii'airs and skirmishes on the advance and retreat of the array.
Served al.o the
Kandyan campaigns of 1817 and IS in Ceylon. He has received the War INIedal with nine Clasps.
138 Lieut. -Colonel Cosset served in Canada in 1813 and 1814.
139 Lieut-Colonel Harrison served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to Sept. 1814, and was

.present at Cadiz, Isla,

and Tarifa.

140 Lieut.-Colonel Wright served in Spain from 1st Jan. 1810, to the 31st Dec. 1812, including the defence of Cadiz, Fort Matagorda, and Tarifa.
141 Lieut.- Colonel's Bent's services
Expedition to Walcheren, and bombardment of Flush|ing; Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1810 to June 1813, including the first siege of Badajoa,
battle of Albuhera, covering the second siege of Badajoz, capture of General Gerard's corps at
Arroya de Molinos, covering the third siege of Badajoz, retreat from Madrid into Portugal, and
;he different atfairs connected therewith.
Severely wounded at San Munos.
He has received
.;he \Var Medal with two Clasps.
142 Lieut.-Colonel Jebb served in the last American war.
142+ Lieut.-Colonel Busiett was actively employed in various operations against the French
prior to his entry into the British service, and was severely wounded by a bayonet thrust in the
right side of his neck, and taken prisoner at the capture of Fort Urbano.
Served afterwards
iuring the operations at Malta in 1800.
Served in Sicily in 1817 in Calabria in 1808 ; after
which he was taken prisoner at the capture by the French of the Island of Capri.
143 Lieut.-Colonel Gibsone served throughout the Kathr war of 1846-7, and was present on
iilmost every occasion in which the troops were engaged with the enemy; and he had the comnand of and led the charge of Cavalry in the decisive affair of the Gwanga, on the 8th June
1846, when a large body of the enemy was encountered and utterly broken, leaving upwards of
too dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the public
.lespatches, and his name particularly mentioned in General Orders.
143t Lieut.-Colonel Gillespie was landed with a detachment of Royal Marines at Rosas on
7th Nov. 1808, and occupied the citadel. Present at the sortie on the 8th, when the British
were forced by the superior number of the enemy to retire.
Served on the China expedition
'Medal), and was present !it the attack and capture of the forts and works at Chuenpee, and
^;he capture of Annunghoy and North Wantong.
144 Lieut.-Colonel Story served in the Peninsula and France from Nov. 1812 to May 1814,
Deluding the siege of San Sebastian, and passages of the Bidassoa and Adour. He has received
jhe Silver War Medal and one Clasp for San Sebastian.
144f Lieut.-Colonel Garmston was at the taking of Fort Koupan, Isle of Timor, in 1811
iapture of Java, in 1812 ; attack of Palambang, Isle of Sumatra, and Sambass, Isle of Borneo
\lgiers in 1816.
the advance on the 28th May
Present at the Sortie from Bilboa 15th May
md was wounded at the defence of the lines of San Sebastian 6th June, 1836. Ha has received
he ^Military War Medal with one Clasp for Java.
14.J Lieut.-Colonel John Harvey Stevens served in the West Indies, &c. in 1806 and 1807,
|,luring the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was engaged in several flotilla affairs on
he Scheldt.
Served also at the successful defence of Cadiz and of Tarifa in 1810 and 1811 ;
vas engaged in several detached operations, particularly in one of a severe character on the
Iiver Guadalquiver. In 1813 was employed on the coast of America, where he was engaged
U an attack on Craney IsJand, and at the taking of Hampton and Ociacoke under Sir
jeorge Cockburn. Served in Canada at the taking of Oswego, on which occasion he was
^aentioned in Sir Gordon Drummond's despatches.
Engaged during a six weeks' siege of
Tort Erie, and was intrusted with the construction of a field-work for the defence of the
ight of the position on Chippewa Creek, which was menaced by a very superior force.
In
816 he was on board the Queen Charlotte at the attack on Algiers under Lord Exmouth,
ly whom he was detached to fire carcasses at the enemy's vessels within the Mole.
He was
Iso present at the demonstrations before Algiers under Admiral Sir II. B. Ntale.
Lieut.yol. Stevens is now superintendent of the Marine Artillery Laboratory, which establishment
riginated in his proposition, and was organized by him.
146 Lieut.-Colonel Storks served as Assistant- Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope
\u.T\ng the Kaffir war of 1846-7.
147 Lieut.-Colonel T. C. Smith prior to entering the Army served for a short period in the
ifavy and was three times wounded.
He served in the Peninsula from June 1813 to the end of
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Services of the Lieutenant-Colonels.

that war in 1814, and was present at the affair of OrdaL He served also the campaign of 18U
and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo.
148 Lieut -Colonel George T. C. Napier commanded the Cape Mounted Kiilemen at th(
that o
action of the Gwanga, and throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7; as also throughout

1850-51-52,
p
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,
A
149 Lieut." Colonel Macbean served in the Peninsula and France, from July 1812 to Augus
ani
Sebastian
of
San
both
sieges
Vittoria,
of
batttle
1814, including the affair at Osma,
9th, lOtb
capture of it; passage of the Nivelle, 10th November, and actions of the Nive,
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the captur
11th, and 12th December, 1813.
Served afterwards with the army of occupation untQ 1818. He has received th
of Paris.
silver War Medal with four Clasps.
,
-i ,
150 Lieut.- Colonel James served in the Peninsula and France, from Oct. 1812 to Apni 1814
receive
he
has
which
for
Orthes,
and
Nivelle,
including the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrei ees,
the silver War Medal with four clasps. Served subsequently in the American War.
(Medal), am
151 Lieut.-Colonei Faber served with the 49th throughout the war with China
was present at the first and second captures of Chusan, storm and capture of the heights abov
repulse
of th
Canton, attack and capture of Atnny and of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo, and
begoan, c
night attack, attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of
Chapoo, and of Woosung, and investment of Nankin.
Waterloo.
152 Lieut.- Colonel Burnaby served the campaign of 1815, including the battle ot
and has n
Ig2t Lieut.-Colonel Coryton served at the passage of the Dardanelles in 1807,
ceived the War Medal with one Clasp.
153 Lieut.-Colonel Rochfort Scott served with the expedition against New Orleans, and wiof Foi
present at the attack on the American Lines on the 8th Jan. 1815, and at the capture
Boyer. Served aftersvards in France with the Army of Occupation, from July 1815 to Dec. 1818
and with the allied Anglo-Turkish force in Syria, from Dec. 1840 to Nov. 1841.
the battle of WaterIo(
1 54 Lieut. -Col. Hennis served the campaign of 1 815, and was present at
Flushin;,
155 Lieut.-Col. Enoch served with the expedition to Walcheren and at the siege of
and Olivenfa,
in 1809; in the Peninsula from 1810 to 1813, including the sieges of Badajoz
i|
1811 ; battle of Albuhera, actions of Fuente Gumalda, 25th, 26th, and 27th Sept. 1811 ; sieges
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca (severely wounded, and horse killed und
Cambi"
him). Served also the campaign of 181.5, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of
and capture of Paris. He has received the Medal with four Clasps.
capture ot tl
155t Lt.-Colonel Fegen was at the taking of the fort and town of Guadia ;
destruction of French forts near Po
under batteries near Marseilles
'

enemy's convoy

capture of enemy's forts and cony(


the taking of Zante, Cephalonia, and Cerigo
action in the Bay of Naples, 3rd May, 1810, when Sir Jahlci
at Pezzero, in the Adriatic
brig
Brenton, in the Spartan, defeated the whole of the enemy's squadron, and captured a
181
war at the capturing an enemy's convoy from under the batteries of Terracmo, in
and at the destruction of several American privateers in the Bay of Fundy, by the Spartan.
and Franc
156 Lieut.-Colonel Alves served the whole of the campaigns in Spain, Portugal,
been abse;
of 1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14, with the 74th in Picton's division, without having ever
Vedrs'
from it for a single day, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres
Rediab
occupation of them, and subsequent advance in pursuit of Massena, actions at Pombal,
181
June
in
Badajoz
of
Foz d'Arouce, Guarda, and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege
storm an
actions at El Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege,
capture;
escalade of the Castle of Badajoz in March and April, 1812, battle of Salamanca,
Madrid and the Retiro, affairs on the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca and Portugal in Mtil
of PampetaK
1812, subsequent advance and passage of the Ebro, battle of Vittoria, blockade
the Niv
the battles in the Pyrenees on the 27th, 28tb, and 30th July, battles of the Nivelle,
received t
has
He
and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse.
War Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, bail
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orlhes, and Toulouse.
Marine Battalion in the north ot bpaj
156t Lt.-Colonel Hornbrook served with the Royal
..
in 1836-38.
^
operaWW
157 Lieut -Colonel Arney commanded three companies of the 58th during the
commaa*
He
against the hostile natives in the Southern District of New Zealand in 1846.
affair of II
the troops encamped in the valley of the Hutt and Porirua; and the 58th at the
dispersed.
Horokeivi, when the enemy were driven back and
the e:
158 Lieut.-Colonel Maclean served with the 43rd in the Peninsula from June 1812 to
Colour), bat'
of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Huebra (carried the Regimental
again when 1
of Vittoria, action of Vera when Soult attempted to relieve San Sebastian, and
Pres<.
AUies passed the Bidassoa; battles of the Nivellu (wounded), the Nive, and Toulouse.
campaignj
the
in
also in the action before Now Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1815, and served also

Vendre

1815.

He

has received the

and Toulouse.

War Medal with

five

Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nil

=
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actions
158+ Lt.-Colonel Calamy has served in every quarter of the globe, and in the
&c. He T-i
gun-boats,
with
affairs
minor
and
several
France,
Java,
of
Flushing,
Isle
Nyburg,

Wa7' Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels.

85

Brigade Major to the British Forces landed in Syria in 1840. He has received the Military
War Medal with one Clasp for Java.
159 Liout.-Coloncl Donaldson served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from June 1809 to the
end of that war in 1814, including the siege of Bad^joz in April 1811, battles of Albuhera, Vittoria,
and the Pyrenees.
IGO Lieut. -Colonel Long served with the 71st in the Peninsula, from Sept. 1813 to the end of that
war ill 1814, including the action at Canibo, battles of the Nive, before Bayonne (wounded), Orthes,
Aire, Tar])es, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
He
has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
160f Lieut. -Colonel H. 11. Irving served in the American 'VVar in 1814-15.
IGl Lieut.-Colouel Birtwhistle served the campaign of 1814 in the South of France with the 32nd.
Also tlie campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras (slightly wounded), retreat on the
17tii June, and battle of Waterloo (severely wounded).
IGlt Lt. -Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula and south of France with the 92nd, from
October 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal with one Clasp
for the Nive, in which battle he was severely wounded.
162 Lieut.-Colonel Algeo served in the Peninsula with the 77th from Aug. 1813 to the end of
the war.
1G3 Lieut.-Colonel Graham served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and afterwards in the
Peninsula, including the blockade of Bayonne.
Subsequently in the American war, including the
action at Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and those in Front of
New Orleans on the 20th Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815 also at tlie taking of Fort Bowyer.
163f Lt. -Colonel Palmer served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the attack upon
the village of Merxem, 13th Jan.; also second attack and capture 2nd Feb., when his regiment
captured two guns; bombardment of the French fleet in the Scheldt, from 3rd to 6th February.
Actively engaged at Fort Frederick on the Scheldt, 22d March, in impeding the passage of
French line of battle ships to Fort Lillo, for the purpose of throwing provisions and assistance
into the garrison.
Again eoj^.b^, s 1 o i the sainj duty 25th March following.
1C4 Lieut.-Colouel Black served the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras
and Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded. Also in the campaign on the Sutlcj (Medal),
including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon.
164t Lt.-Col. Swinburne served in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, including
the battles of Oporto, Talavera (wounded in the right arm and foot), and Busaco
actions at
Pombal, Leria, Condeixa, Fleur-de-lis, Guarda, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, first
siege of Badajoz, action at El Bjdon, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle ; action at Salvaterre, battle of Ort-hes (wounded in the
neck), action at Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the War Medal with
ten Clasps.
1G5 Lieut.-Colonel Waymouth served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, and the
battles of the Pyrenees. Also the campaign of 1815, including the action of Quatre Bras, coverSeverely wounded and taken prisoner,
ing the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo.
when cliargiug the French cuirassiers at Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two
Clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse.
1G6 Lieut.-Colonel GilDson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry battalion of the
King's German Legion, from Aug. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of San
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the passage of the Bidussoa (wounded ), and the subsequent
Served also the campaign of 1815, and
actions in wliich the left wing of the army was engaged.
was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps.
167 Lieut.-Colonel Morse-Cooper served tlie campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer from the R. M.
College with the Royals, and was present at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie.
Also served with
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
the 11th Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Blun-tpore in 1825-6, under Lord Combermere, where he volunteered for the dismounted Cavalry storming party. Sliglitly wounded at
Bayonne, and severely at Waterloo, having received five wounds. Has received the Waterloo
;

Medal, and a Medal for BImrtpore.


1G8 Lieut.-Colonel Jauncey served on the expedition to W^alcheren in 1809. Subsequently in
the Peninsula from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona,
'etreat from thence, its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass of
Expedition to Naples in 1815.
Drdall, and investment of Barcelona in 1814.
1C9 Lieut.-Colonel Paschal served in the Peninsula witli the 2nd Line battalion of the King's
that
war in 1814, including the battles of the Nivelle
aerman Legion, from Oct. 1813 to the endof
ind Nive, investment of Bayonne on the 27th Feb. 1814, and subsequcMit operations before that
brti'ess. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was at Quatre Bras, attached to Sir Henry Clinton,
jn the 17th June, and at the battle of Waterloo.
He has received the War Medal and two Clasps,
IS also the Hanoverian War Medal.
170 Lieut.-Colonel Gould served with the 76th on the expedition to Walcheren and at the siege of
flushing in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from June 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including
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Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels.

the siege of San Sebastian, action of Sau Marcial, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle
and Nive, and all the operations round Bayonne. Served afterwards in the American war, and
was present in the action at Plattsburg. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for
Nivelle and Nive.
171 Lieut. -Colonel de Lacy served with the 48th Regt. in the Peninsular war in the battle of
Busaco, lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Marshal Massena, first siege of Badajoz, battles of Albuhera, Vittoria (wounded;, and the Pyrenees (28th July to 2nd Aug. 1813), served seven years in
Jamaica and the West Indies. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
172 Lieut. -Colonel Caine served in the Nepaul campaign of 1815, and was present in action at
In the Deccan war of 1817 and 18, including the action at Jhubbulpore, where he
Jeelghur.
He
carried the regimental colour of the 17 th in the attack of the heights defended by the Arabs.
was Major of Brigade at the assault and capture of Bliurtpore, and was present diu-ing the whole
wcumded by a grape shot in the left foot whilst charging tlie enemy's guns on the
of tlie siege
day of the capture. He commanded the Grenadiers of the 26th at the capture of Chusan
(Medal) 5th July 1840, and was British Commissioner, and Military Magistrate of that island
He lias been in Asia from the commencement of his serviceto
until its evacuation in Feb. 1841.
the present period, liaving left India in 1840 wiih the China expedition ; and he is now employed
Has received the Indian ^'^a^ Medal
as Colonial Secretary and Auditor General of Hong Kong.
witii two Clasps for Nepaul and Bhurtpore.
173 Lieut. -Colonel Scargill served with the 9th at the defence of Tarifa, from May to Dec. 1811.
Also in the Soutli of France from March to May 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie.
174 Lieut. -Colonel Lewis served in the Burmese war.
175 Lieut-Colonel Finucane has served in Spain, France, Italy, the Mediterranean, Jamaica,
and India. In 1814 he was with the Austrian Army in Italy and at the surrender of Genoa. He
was in several affuirs in Ava during the Burmese War also at the storming of Bhurtpore. In
the Spanish service in 1835, 36, as Lieut. -Colonel on the Staff, and has received tlie Cross of St.
Fernando ; also the War Medal for India with two Clasps.
176 Lieut. -Colonel Ainsworth served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and subsequently in the
Peninsula, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 2nd siege of Badajoz, and battle of Nivelle.
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received
the War Medal with three Clasps.
177 Lieut. -Colonel Clarke served in the attack on the Russian gun-boats and batteries on
Percola Point in 1809. At the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810, and at the battle of Algiers.
War Medal with two Clasps.
178 Lieut.-Colonel Tothill landed in command of a detachment of Royal Marines on 24th
April 1813 at St. Cataldo, and by a resolute advance with the bayonet dislodged a body of troops
from a strong position, and captured the vessel from which they bad debarked. Was at the
attack and surrender of the Island of Augusta. Landed on 1st Feb. 1813 with 50 Royal
Marines and 160 other troops at Port Buffalo, and carried the eminence. Was at the attack
of the sea batteries and surrender of the island of CuryoJa, 3rd Feb., and at the capture of
the Devil's Island, 14th April.
179 Lieut.-Col. Hearle has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp; as also the Turkish
Medal, for Syria, 1840.
180 Lt. -Colonel Fordyce served with the 74th Highlanders in the Kaffir war in 1851.
181 Lieut.-Colonel George served throughout the campaign in Scinde (Medal) under Sir
Charles Napier, including the destruction of Imaumghur in the desert, and the battles of
Meeanee and Hyderabad, 1843, at which last he commanded the 22nd regt. He served also
the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844-5; and Brigadier Hicks being mortally wounded, Major George took command of detachments at the storm of the Petahs and
northern front of PanuHa and Pownghur, Nov. 27, and was present at, the investment and
capture of both those forts, being in command of the left, flank post ; and during the operations
against the Forts Munnahur and Munsuntosh in the Southern Concau, commanded left wing
22nd regt., and afterwards commanded the Field Brigade (temporarily) at Kolapore.
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Services of the Majors.

Major Rose accompanied the 78th to Hollaud, and was present at the sortie of Ninie^ueu
and in several other engagements on the Waal. He served afterwards with the 87th, at tlie
attack on Porto Rico, and capture of Surinam, and in the Brigand War in St. Lucia. Also iu
South America, and was present at the siege and capture of Monte Video (where he scaled the
walls in the command of three companies), and captured a stand of colours, and secured a quantity of arms
at the attack on Buenos Ayres he received three wounds, one of which can'ied his
left eye out of its socket.
He accompanied the regiment to the Peninsula ; but, from the state of
his wounds, was obliged to return to England.
2 Major Lepper served in the Peninsula with the 24th and was present at the battles of Busaco,
Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees (severely wounded), and Orthes, and at the siege of Ciudad
Rodrigo, for which he has received the War Medal with six Clasps.
3 Major de Brem served the campaigns in Germany from 1792 to 1800 in Egypt in 1801 , in
Naples in 1805 in Calabria in 180G ; in Egypt in 1807 at the taking of Ischia in 1809 ; at the
in the
siege of Santa Maura in 1810 ; at the defeat of the French in Sicily in the same year
campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Severely wounded in Germany on the 30th September 1796 ; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees on the 30th July 1813.
3t Major Hart served in Saumarez's actions in Algtsiras Bay and the Straits of Gibraltar
1

in 1801.

4 Major Spinluff served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806.
5 Major Thomas Wilson served the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Also in the Peninsula with
the 28th and was present at the battles of Busaco, Albuliera, ami Vittoria (severely wounded),
for which and for Egypt he has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
5t Major Burton served with Sir Sidney Smith at Caitfa, and distinguished himself in a
gallant but unsuccessful attempt to cut out four vessels from the port of Caiffa, 21 March,
1799. Expedition to Egypt in 1801 (Gold Medal). Expedition to Holland and occupation of
South Beveland. In the Artillery Companies attached to the 1st Battalion of Royal Marines
during the American War in 1813. Battle of Algiers in 1816 (wounded), for which he got the
brevet rank of Major. Has received ihe War Medal with two Clasp?.
6 Major Christopher Wilkinson sei-ved the campaign of 1799 in Holland, under the Duke of
York. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany in 180.J, under Lord Catlicart.
7 Major Saudliam served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 27th
Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807
to Sweden, and
afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; subsequently to VValcheren,
in 1809
t'no campaign in Holland, in 1814 ; and in Flanders and Fraii'-e in 1815, including the
battle of Waterloo.
8 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8th West India Rpgiment at the capture of the
Danish West India Islands in 1801 ; and was afterwards present at the suppression of the mutiny
of that regiment at Prince Rupart's, in Dominica.
Served vith the 3rd West India Regiment at
the storming and capture of Jlorne Fortunee in St. Lucia, and at the capture of Tobago. Joined
the 50ili afier the storming of Almaraz, and served in the Peninsula and France until the peace
of 1814,
Severely wounded in the head at the capture of Aire, on the 2nd March 1814. He haa
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes.
9 Major the Honourable Sir Francis Stanhope served in the llth Foot at the siege of Flushing
in 1809 ; and with the 1st Life Guards in the Peninsula and South of France, and was on the Staff
at the battle cf Toulouse, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
10 Major Edward Jones served as Adjutant of the 77th at Walcheren in 1809; and in the
Peninsula from July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the action of El Bodon, also
the sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. Severely wounded at the storming of
Ciudad Rodrigo.
11 Major Lowry served with the 69th at the capture of Java in 1811, for which he has received
the War Medal with one Clasp.
13 Sir Trevor Wheeler served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons from June 1810
to the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Massena from the lines, actions of Pombal, Rediuha, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions of Llerena and
Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the
Nive, 9th to 12th Dbc. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir
Trevor has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Fuentes d' Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and
;

Nivelle.

Expedition to Germany in 1805 under Lord Cathcart ; storming


17 Major Goate's services
the heights of Soril, siege of Fort Bourbon and ca|)tui'e of Martinique in 1809
Nepaul war in
1815, and was engaged on the heights of Muckwanpore 15th Dec. ; capture of Hattrass in 1816;
Mahratta and Pindaree campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; Burmese war in 1825 and 26.
18 Major Noel served in St. Domingo in 1796, 97, and 98, under Generals Boyer and Sir
Brent Spencer, and was wounded in tlie right thigh, when the French attacked the Cordon off
Posts. Served also at the capture of Lucia, Tobago, and the colonies of Demerara, Essequibo, and
Berbice.
19 Major Sherer served in the Peninsula witli the 34th from July 1809 to Dec. 1811, and from
August 1812 to July 1813, including the battles of Bucaco, Albuhera, AiToyo de Molino, Vittoria
and Maya in the Pyrenees. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Busaco, Albuhcia, and Vittoria.
20 Major Bcgbic bcrxed iu the Peninsuln with the 82iid from Aug. 1U8 to Nov. 1809, in:

lydr Se/

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104

of the Mujurs.

the capture of Oporto mid battle ol' Talaveni, for whioh he has received the War Medal
wilh one Clasp.
21 Miijur Lein( a ha3 received the War M< dal with one Clasp for the battle of Trafalgar.
2'2 Major Macplierson served in Hanover in 1805 and 0; at Buenos Ayres in 1807 ; in Portugal
and Spain from July 1808 to Jan. 1800, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera; action at
Lugo, and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walclieren, and siege of Flushing, where
he was wounded ; the Peninsular campaigns from May to Dec. 1812, including the battle of Salamanca, where he was severely wounded. He has i-eceived the War Medal with four Clasps.
2:5 Major Ilartrcan served in the expedition to Hanover in 1805-G ; at the siege of Copenhagen
in 1807 ; in Sweden, Portugal, and Spain in 1808-9, including the advance and retreat of the
rliidiiig

in the battle of Corunna.


Expedition to Walcheren, 1809; subsequent campaigns in
the Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and affair of Casas Viejas, battle of
Barrosa, actions of Arroyo del iMoliuo and Almarez, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (25th, 30th
and 31st July>, Pass of Maya, Nivellc, Nive, Bayoime, and Orthes affair at St. Palais, and
battle of Toulouse
He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps.
24 Major Pinckney served with the 3Gth on the expedition to South America, including the
taking of Maldonado and siege of Monle Video ; in the Peninsula from June 1808 to May 1809,
including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, for which he has received the War Medal with two
"
Clasps.
On the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 received the flag of truce at the outpost at the

army and

attack and capture of Ter Vere; present also at Middleburg and Flushing.
25 Major Mackay served witii tlie 08th on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the capture of
Flushing in 1809. Also in the Peninsula from Jur.e 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including
the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Bursyos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the head), the
Pyrenees, the Nivellc, and Orthes, for wliicli he has received the War Medal with five Clasps.
20 Major Aubin served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, including
battles ot Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 25th, 28th, 30th, and 31st July; Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 11th, and
Severely wounded through
13tii Dec. 1813, besides many other minor actions and skirmishes.
the left side, in action at Couchez, 18th March 1814.
Served subsequently in the American war.

He

has received the

War Medal

with live Clasps.

28 Major William Seward served with the 9th in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809,
and was present at the battie of Vimiera ; on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the defence of Tarifa, battles of Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria,
and the Nive, and blockade of Bayonne. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
29 Major Stack served in the Peninsula with the 24 th from June 1809 to Feb. 1813, and again
from 2nd Dec. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talaveia (wounded)
and Busaco, actions at Espiniil and Foz d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciudad Rodiigo, battle of
Salamanca, capture of the Reiiro at Madrid, taking of the hills and outworks before Burgos, siege
of Burgos and storming of the breaches (severely contused), various skirmishes with the rearguard and covering party at the bridge over the Carrion on the retreat, and battle of Orthes,
where he was severely wounded by a ball, which shattered the left elbow-joint, and occasioned
amputation of the arm. Served eight years in Canada, and received a severe contusion on the
Lead in 1829, when on duty. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps.
30 Alajor Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; subsequently on
the expedition to South America; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, and extra aide-de-camp to
Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna. On tlie expedition to Walcheren in 1809 ; the Peninftular campaigns from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and Merina, Salamanca, Begar, Vittoria,.
Valley of Bastan, and the Pyrenees. He has received the War Medal vvith three Clasps for Corunna, Vittoria, and Pyrenees.
32 JMajor Harrisim served at Copenhagen in 1807; the storming of Fort Cornelis and capture
of Java in 1811.
With the Euyal Marine Battalion acting against the Americans iu Georgia,
in the Chesapeake, at Ildmpton, destruction of Barney's FlotUla, capture of the Anaconda, and
of Washington.
34 Major Willats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including the siege
and storming of Ciudad Roilrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz from 19th Jan. to Gth April 1812 ;,
operations near and blockade of Bayoime.
He ha.- received the War Medal with tv\o Clasps.
at Travaiicore in 1809, and in Ava in 1825.
36 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 theWalcheren expedition, in 1809 ami campaign in Holland, under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814.
38 Major Handcock accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805 joined the army in.
Sicily in 1806, and was employed with its various operations from 1806 to 1810; went with th&
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Iscliia and Procida; returned to Sicily
and employed against the French army, in 1811. Served in Spain during 1812 and 13, including,
Also the campaign of 1815,
the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, and affair of Villa Franca.
and was severely wounded at Waterloo.
39 Major Sutherland served with the 72nd at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ;
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810.
40 Major Gregory served in the American war iu 1814 and 15, and commanded a gun-boat
belonging to the Flotilla under Commander Owen, on Lake Ontario, for which he received the
thanks of the Naval Commander-in-Chief.
41 Major Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808
and the campaign in the Peninsula, under Sir Jolin Moore, in 1808-9.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for
Corunna.
43 Major Crawfurd served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1812 to July 1814, including operations

35 Major Cox served

of the covering
I

army during the

s'ege of Badajoz in 1812, as a volunteer 79th regiment; battle

War

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Services of the Majors.

of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Ortlies (severe gunshot wound). He has received tlie War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive,
and Orthes.
44 Major Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814
46 Major Colebrook served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809.
47 Major Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, including
the battles of Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec, and Orthes. He has received the War
Medal with two Clasps.
48 Major Marshall served with the 91st on the expedition to Portugal in 1808, including the
battles of Roleia and Vimiera, advance into Spain and retreat througli Gallicia under Sir John
Moore, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (26th, '27th, 28th, and 30th July),
the Nivelle, and the Nive, on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 13ti) Dec. 1813, investment of Bayonne,
and battle of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, 28th July 1813, and severely at Orthes.
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
49 Major Manners served in the Peninsula with the 59th from Aug. 1812 to May 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battle of the Nive on
the 9th, 10th, and 11th December 1813. Wounded at the storming of Bhurtpore on the 18th
January 1826. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps.
60 Major Cooke's services: See page 116, note 2.
51 Major B. P. Browne served the campaign of 1815 with the 11th Dragoons, and was present
at the battle of Waterloo. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere,
in 1825-6; and was a volunteer for the dismounted cavalry storming party.
62 Major Moore was present with the 2nd battalion of the 87 th in nearly every action in which
it was engaged, the gi-eater part of the time as adjutant, including the battle of Talavera (wounded
in the right thigh, where the ball still remains), defence of Cadiz during the whole time, battle of
Vittoria (two horses shot under him), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes (horse shot), Vic Bigorre
(wounded), and Toulouse, besides various affairs of out-posls. Served also tlie Mahratta campaign
of 1817 and 18 and in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26.
He has received the War Medal with
seven Clasps.
63 Major John Clarke served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the end of that war in
1814, including the battles of Oi)orto and Talavera, lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arroyo de
Moliuo and Campo Mayor, battle of Albuhera, siege of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria. the Pyrenees
(from 25th to 31st July, and 2nd Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive (9th and 13th Dec), action of St.
At
Palais, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous skirmishes.
the battle of Albuhera, when in the command of a company of flankers, was struck down by a
Polish Lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry. He has received
the War Medal with eight Clasps.
64 Major Sheppard served at Walcheren in 1809, and in Canada from March 1814 to Dec.
1816, including the actions at Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, before Fort Erie, and the attack on

Snake Hill.
55 Major Richardson served

in the Peninsula with the 11th from Aug. 1809 to Oct 1814, including the battle of Busaco, the subsequent retreat of the army to the lines before Lisbon, the
advance and pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santarem, blockade of Almeida, and
battle of Fuentes d'Onor.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Busaco.
57 Major Tatton served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and
was present at the blockade oT Bayonne.
58 Ma.)or Jackson served in the Peninsula from Dec 1809 to 1814, and was severely wounded
through the left breast and in both arms at the battle of Albuliera. Served subsequently in the
American war. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
59 Major Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the
siege of Flushing.
Also at the taking of the Kandian country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert
Brownrigg,
60 Major Rivers landed at Passages in Dec. 1813, and joined the light division in Feb. 1814;
took charge of a division of the boats fitted out at Socoa for the passage of the Adour ; then
joined the force for the siege of Bayonne.
Embarked for America in 1814.
61 Major Wood served the Waterloo campaign with the 14tii Foot.
62 Major Buchan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the

Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp.


63 Major Lowe served with the 16th Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1826-6, and was
wounded.
64 Major Castieau served with the Royal Marine Battalion co-operating with the Troops of
the Queen of Spain in 1836-38.
66 Major Warburton served the Nepaul campaigns of 1817 and 18, and subsequently in the
Deccan, including the capture of the Forts of Rhyglmr and Asseerghur.
67 Major Lynch served at the siege of Flushing. At Malta and the Ionian Islands under Lord
Wm. Bentinck. At Genoa and in the south of France in 1814. At the siege and capture of
Bhurtpore, and was wounded at the assault 18th Jan. 1826.
68 Major Wright served in the American war.
69 Major Boyd was employed in the Peninsula and South of France from March 1812 to the
end of that war in 1814, and was present at the siege and storming of Badajoz, siege of Burgos,
battles of the Nivelle and Nive, passage of the Adour, where he was actively employed in laying
down tlie luiilgp of lioals investment of Bayonne, affairs of Vic Biaorre and Tarl)cs, and battle
of Toulou.so, jit wliicli la.'it lie was w<>uiiil<'d on the hi]! by a 12-|ioimd shot; and he was wounded
position before Antwerp, action at

Hill
in tlie thigh at the storniing

106

Services of the Majors.

of Badajoz.

He

has received the Silver

War Medal

with four

Clasps.

70 Major Joseph Smith served with the 27th in Sicily when Murat threatened it with invasion ;
nnd for nearly three years in the Peninsula, including the battle of Castalla, and the attack at the
Col d'Ordal.'
71 Majdr M'Pherson served the campaign of 1813 in Holland, including the actions at Merxem
and bombardment of Antwerp. We served with the 99th in operations against the Natives in New
Zealanil, and was severely wounded.
li Major Paseoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, including
the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, passage of the Bidassoa, and otlier operations; sieges of Badajoz (first siege), Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian.
Army of
Occupation from 1815 to 1818. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
73 Major Spiller served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing, and the attack
and capture of Ter Vere.
74 Major Montagu served at the siege of Dantzic, in 1813; also the campaign of 1815,
including the battle of Waterloo and capture of Cambray.
75 Major Newnian served with the 14th at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6,
Expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing; capture of the
76 Major O'Neill's services:
Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, including the capture of the Forts Singhur,
Isle of France
Wossoola, Poorunrier and Sholapore.
77 Major Cami)bell served tlie campaign of 1814, in the south of France, including the
investment of Bayonne. Served also throughout the Burmese war.
78 Major Poyntz served in the Peninsula as a volunteer with the 30th, from February to
November 1811, including the occnpati<m of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena,
actions of Sabngal, Almeida, and Barba del Puerco, and battle of Fuentes d'Ouor, for which he
has received the War Medal with one Clasp.
79 Major Fraser served in tlie Peninsula with the 53rd from Aug. 1811 to the eud of that war
in 1814, including the siege and capture of the fortified convents at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca,
siege of the castle of Bui-gos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Toulouse. Severely
wounded at Pampeluna on the 26th July 1813. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps.
80 Major Codd served with the 48th, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834.
81 Major Wilkinson served with the 13th throughout tlie Burmese war, including the landing
at Cheduba, storming the Stockade, and capture of the Island
afikir at Kumaroot, storming
seven Stockades at Kumaroot, att^ick and capture of Syriam, actioj.s near Rangoon, ou the 1st,
5th, and 7tii Dec. 1824; storming of Kokien (wounded); expedition to Bassein, and capture of
Nearais, Bassein, and Lamina actions at Sembike and Napadee, storming of ISIelloon, and battle
of Pagahm Mew.
He also served throughout the campaigns in Affghanistan from 1838 to 1842
inclusive, including the expedition to Girishk, storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), storming
of the Khoord Cabool Pass, afTair of Tczee.i, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of
Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jell^labad, and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 11th
March, 24th March, and 1st April, 1842 general artion and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jellalahad on the 7th April 1842 (Slcdal), in which action he commanded the centre column after the
fall of Colonel Dennie.
Commanded the 13tli in storming the heights of Jugdulluck, in the general action of Tczeen, and at the recapture of Cabool (Medal), for which he has received the Com-

panionship of the Bath.


82 Major Wade served thi-oughout the campaigns in Affghanistan from 1838 to 1842 inclusive,
he was Adjutant of the 13th at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), and Major of Brigade
at the assault and capture of the town and torts of Tootumdiirrah, storm of Jhoolgliur, night
attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, destruction of Khardurrah, and assault of Perwandurrah.
Present with the 13th at the storming of the Koord Cabool Pass (wounded), affair of Tczeen,
forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of JMamoo Khan, heroic defence of Jellalabad
and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 11th March, 24th March, and 1st April, 1842
general action and defeat of .^kbar Khan before Jellalabad (Medal), storming the heights of
Jugdulluck, general action of Tczeen, and recapture of Cabool (Medal).
82t Major Hamilton served in the China exped:tion in 1842 (Medal), and was present at the
assault at the carap At Sagahon.
83 Major Greenwood served on ti e China expedition (Medal).
84 Major Ferdinand White served, as a Ca]itain, in the 40th, throughout the operations in
Candahar and Affglianistan in 1841 and 42 (Medal), and also at the battle of Maharajpoie (Medal).
85 Major Bond served with the 53rd Regiment in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was
present at the affair of Buddiwal, and in the actions of Aliwal and Sobraou (Medal and Clasp).
85t Major Campbell strvtd with the 39i,h 11 giontnt in the action of Maharajpore, 29ih Dec.
1843 (Meda"), fini) was wounded.
86 Major Kenny served in the Peninsula, from June 1813, to the end of the war, including the
action at Osnia, l)attle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa
St. Jean de Lnz, and the series of actions hetwien the 9th
(severely wounded above the left hip)
and 13th Dec. 1813 in front of the intrenched camp near Bayonne. Served also in Ava, and was
He has received the War Medal and three
present in most of tlie operations throughout the war.
Clasps for Vittoria, San Sebastian, and Nivelle.
62nd
with
the
in
the
operaii' ns in 1814 against the French in
present
87 Major O'Grady was
retreat from Leghorn, including the affairs of Savona and Sprzzia, forcing their positions on
In the same year ho served in the American war,
the heights oC Neroi, and capture of Genoa.
and was present at the capture of Castine. He served with the48tb at the capture of Coorg in the
Fji**! Indies in 1834 ; in command of the left wing of the Queen's Royals, during the campaign of

War

107

Servicrs of

tlie

jMnjarx.

1844-5, in the Southern Coucau and Sawaut Warree country, including the inrestment and capture of the Forts of Monohur and Munsuntosh ; and on particular service inthe Kaffir war (South
of Africa) during part of 1846-7.
88 Major Hale served the Sutlcj campaign of 1845-6 with the 3rd Light Dragoons and was
present at the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps).
89 Major Tew served with the 50th in the battle of Punniar (Medal). Also the campaign of
1845-6 on the Sutlej (Medal and three Clasps) including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah,
Aliwal, and Sobraoii (dangerously wounded).
90 Major L'Estrange served the campaign of 1815 with the 71st Regiment, and was present
at the battle of Waterloo.
91 Major Hind served with the 45th Regt. in the Kaffir War.
92 Major Pearson served at the siege of Bhurtpore, ar.d was a volunteer for the dismounted
cavalry storming party. Reserved also in the action at Maharajpore, 29tli Dec. 1843 (Medal),
and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Buildiwal, Aliwal, and
Sobraon at Aliwal he commanded the riglit wing of the IGth Lancers, and subsequently the
:

regt., as also at

Sobraon.

93 Major Longworth joined the 40th early in 1842 at Candahar, and served with it iu
Affghanistan, and was present in the engagements of the 30th August at Goaine, and 5th September before Ghuznee, the occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool, and the various
minor affairs in and between the Bolan and Khyber Passes
Medal inscribed " Ghuznee and
Cabool." He served also the campaign of the Sutlej in the 31st, and was present at the battles of
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and S jbraon, throughout which last he commanded the
Regiment, and had his horse shot under him, he was one of only five officers out of thirty who
escaped being wounded in all the actions Medal and three Clasps.
94 Major Long served the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal and three Clasps), in the 50th,
including the battles of Moodkee (wounded), Ferozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon.
95 Major Waugh served the Mahratta campaign with the 16tli Lancers, including the battle
of Maharajpore (MeJal), 29th Dec. 1843; also as Assist.-Quartcr-Master-General to Sir Harry
Smith during the campaign of the Sutlej (Medal and one Clasp), including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded).
96 Major Beckham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13 and 14.
97 Major Percival Brown served with the 41st in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25.
98 Major Bender served in Canada from Dec. 1808, to Jan. 1815, and was present in the
action of Maguaga, taking of Detroit, taking several Block-houses on the Miamie River, actions
at the River Raisin and Miamie, storming of Sanduskey and Fort Niagara, engagement of 2nd
Jan. 1814, actions at Black Rock and at Buffalo. He has received the War Medal and one Clasp
for Fort Detroit.
98t Major Atkin served with the 2nd Light Infantry of the King's German Legion at Waloheren in 1809, and in the Peninsula from Dec. 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including
the attack on Gaarda Heights, battle of Albuhera, sieges of Olivenca, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz,
and forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos
pnd covering the retreat from thence, when the two Light Infantry battalions of the German
L"g'on repulsed a large body of French cavalry battle of Viitoria, action at Tolosa, siege of
SiTi S bastian, actiun* in the Pyrenees, passige of the Bidassoa (wounded), baUles of Nivelle
aiiri Nive, investment of Bayonne (wounded) and repulse of the sortie, besides various minor
affairs.
Present also at the capture of Paris in 1815. He has received the War Medal and
six Clasps.
99 Major Mylius served with the 26th throughout the China expedition (Medal), and was
present at the first capture of Chusan, the operations before Canton fi'oin the 24th to the 31st
May 1841, at Woosung, Shanghae, Chin Kiang Foo, and Nanking.
99f Major Kelson served with the late 10.3rd in the American M-ar, and was present in the
action of Lundy's Latie, at the storming of Fort Erie on the morning of the 15th Aug. 1814,
and at the repulse of the sortie on the 9th September following.
100 Major Mackay served with the 21st Fusiliers the campaign of 1807 in Esypt. Made
pris incr of war in an engagement w'.th the enemy in Calabria 16th June 1809, and detained as
siicli until 14th May 1814.
Pre>en-, at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815.
101 Major Creagh served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was engaged on the heights of
Arlaban in Alava, on the ICth, 17th, and 18th January 1836, besides several other affairs. He
was also employed on a Particular Service in Canada at the outbreak of the Rebellion in 1837.
lOOf Major Norman served in the Peninsular, and has received the War Medal with two
Clasps fir the battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; and he was aevtrtly wounded and taken
prisoner in the Maya Pass.
102 Major Scott was at the destruction of two ships of the line in the Bay of Cette, 26th Oct.
1809 in action with the French fleet off Toulon, IQtli July, 1811 ; in the action at Navarino, 20th
Oct. 1827.
103 Major Gray served throughout the Bu;'mese war, and was engaged in the attack on the
enemy's entrenched position near Rangoon, storming the stockades at Kokein, Tantabain, Panlang, Denobiu Pagoda, capture of Denobiu, tlie entrenched position near Prome, Malown, and
Pagahm Mew. Served also in Scinde and Beloochistan from 1839 to 1842.
104 Major Prior served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons, and was present at the battle
of Salamanca, and various outpost affairs.
Served also the campaign of 1815; commanded the
skirmishes of the 18th Hussars on the 17th June, and received the first fire of the French army
on that day; present also at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the
War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca.
:

War

Services of the Majors.

108

111

105 Major Tinlinff served with tlio 13tli at tlie cai)tiire of Rangoon, lltli May 1824.
lOG Major Murray served in the Kandian war in Ceylon in 1817-18.
107 Major Bourcliier served in France with tlie army under the Duke of Wellington from 1815
to 1818; and in Canada during tlic insurrection in 1838 and 39, and was employed at Prescot,
under Colonel Young, in organizing the Militia of that section of the Province.
108 Major Jolni Holton served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present at the
siege of Rhyghur.
100 Major Lloyd served the campaign of 1815 and was present at the battle of Waterloo,
taking of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Served one campaign latter part of 182G against tlie
Rajaii of Kolapore. Also tlie campaign in the Southern Mahratta Country in 1844 (including the
storming of Punclla), and that in the Concan in 1845.
110 Major Barnes served at the capture of Fort Anjar in Cutch 25th Dee. 1815; the Mahratta
campaigns of 1817-18; escalade of the Fort of Bhooj in Cutch, March 1819; siege of Ras-elKymali and Zyah in Arabia, Dec. 1810; escalade of Dwarka Ohamandel, Dec. 1820; action of
Beni-Boo-Ally in Arabia, l\Iarch 1821.
111 Major Riley was in an engagement with a French squadron in the Mozambique channel
3rd July 1810 served the Nepaul campaign of 1814 and 15,
112 Major Fynmore, previously to entering tiie Royal ISlavines, served several years as midshipman in the navy, and wa at the battle of Trafalgar and at Buenos Ayres in 1807. In 1809
and 10 he served in tlie Great Belt in command of a gun-boat employed in the protection of our
convoys, and was engaged with the enemy's gun and row-boats. Ou the night of the 1st of Aug.
1810 cut out three mercliant vessels under a heavy fire of field-pieces and musketry. Six weeks
detached from H. JI. vS. Vanguard the same year, to intercept the communication between the
Port of Rostock and Wismar ; assisted at the capture of a convoy of five sail, and drove on shore
and destroyed an armed row-boat. In 1816 he served at Algiers and in 1821, 22, and 23, in the
West Indies, and was engaged with piratical vessels on the coast of Cuba, five of which were captured.
113 Major Johnston sfrved with tlie 49th throughout the whole of the operations in China,
except the capture of Segoan, and was present at the attack and capture of Chusan (bolh
operations), storm and capture of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy and
Chinhae, occupation of Ninspo and repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of Segoan,
Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo, and demonstration before Nankin.
114 Major Deverell served the Dcccan campaigns of 1810, 17, and 18; in the Persian Gulf in
1819 and 20, including the rapture of the Arab fortresses of Ras-el-Khyma and Zyah ; and in the
Burmese war, from Nov. 1825 until the peace in 182G, including the capture of Donabew, attacks
on tlie height near Prome, of Maloon, and of several storkades.
115 IMajor M'Mahon served with tlie 9th Lancers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and
was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal).
110 Major George Francis White served the campaign on tlie Sutlej in 1845-6, with the 31st,
including the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, for which he has received the Medal and one
Clasp.
He was afterwards present at Buddiwal.
117 Major Seagram served with the 45th in the Kaffir war of 1847.
118 Mij ir Gardiner served with the 22nd Regiment throughout the operations in Siinde
UT d'^r Sir Charles Napier, including the desfructidn of the Furt of Jmaumghur, and battles of
Sleanee and H>derabid (Medal).
119 Major Roche served the campaign of 1838-9 with Lord Keane's armj in Beloochistan
and Affgbanistan, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Joseph Thackwell, and at periods as AssistantAdjutant- General of Division
and was present at the capture of Ghuznee (Medal) and in
some skirmishes. He served with the 3rd Light Dragoons, in the force under Sir George
Pollock (Medal), at the battle of the (vhyber Pass,
at the relief of Jellalabad, in 1842
and as
Q. M. Gen. of the Cjvalry Division of the Army of the Sutlej from 9th Jan. 1846 to
the bre iking up of the Array, and was present at the battle of Sibraon (Medal).
120 Major Ward served with the 91st in the KafKr War of 1846-47.
121 Major Newhouse served in the Light Division of the Deccan Army in the jMahratta war
of 1817 and 1818, as extra Aide-d(-(]amp to Sir Lionel Smith, and command* d a Rassela of the
Poona Au.xiliary Cavalry, and was wounded at the action of the 31st Jan. 1818. Served al o
in two (xpeditions to Cutch, the first in 1819 under Sir William Kier Grant, in which he volunteered wiih the Grenadier Compmy of the G5t;h in the storming of the Hill Fort of Bhooj,
which was taken by escalade: in the second in 1820 with the right wing of the 65th, with the
He served likewise on two expeditions
force undfr Colonel the Honourable L'nc )ln Sranhope.
to the Gulf of Persia -the first in 1819 under St W. K Grant, and the second in 1821, under Sir
Liiiuel Smith; and he was present at the batde and taking of Poonah in 1817, for which he has
a Medal,
122 Major Stokes served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese War (Medal); and with
the 39th Regl. in the battle of Mabarajpore (Medal ).
123 Major Prendergast served throughout the Burmese war, and was present at the taking of
Prome, storming the enemy's works on the 1st, 2nd and 5th Dec. 1825, and 19th Jan. 1826, and
;

am

battle of

Pagam Mew.

w?is actively employed in Canada daring the Rebellion in 1837-8-9.- h


the Kaffir campaign in 1840.
125 Major Tudor served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese war (Medal).
126 Major Watson served during the suppression of the Rebellion in the Kandian Provinces,
Island of Cevlon, in 1848, and was present when the insurgents were defeated at Matole on the
29th July.

124 Major Howorth

served also

in

112

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J. F. Salter,

Combermere,

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Wm.

Sir

Goram,

KCB.

Maynard

24 Sept. 50
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28 Si'pt. 1852.
So
long as he is in Command of Her Majesty's
2123

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Army.

LIEUT.-GENERALS.
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KCB.

Continent.

21 Jan. 13

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Tlio. Boles, 23

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Scott,

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fl JiM Si.r W. M.
KCB., 22 July,
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East Indies.

1846. 9 Nov.

H.S.Osborne
Sir Jas. L. Caldwell, GCB.
G. Carpenter
Sir Dav. Leighton, KCB.

KCB.

iSir Jas. Russell,

Martin White
Rich. Podinore
Sir Rob. Houstoun,
Jn. Greenstreet
Geo. R. Kemp

Sir

Wm.

Wm.

Littler,

OCB.

Vincent

de-Cainp to the Queen,


7 June 49
East Indies
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7 June 49
B. Indies

Hodgson
Thomas Hen. Paul,
J. A.

Richards,

Nicliolas

tinger,

Bart.

GCB.

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Jerry F. Dyson
Air John Dnv..;on, KCB.
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Wni. C. Fraser

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do.
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22 Aug. 1851. St. Helena.

Farquharson

KiijMHon.SirH.Pot-

KCB.

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Tho. Gore Browne, CB.

at

Madras
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Hon. George Cathcart,


80 Jan. 52, Cajic of Good

aSa Sir H. G.W. Smith,


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Canada

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22 June 49

aa Wm.
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Staveley,

26 Aug. 63

14

Mar. 51,

Windivard

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C'i?.9May61, Eastlndies

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H. Prt7ifcReuss
30 Dec. 13 Continent
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J.

Thompson, CB. Bengal Infantry

SirH. M.Lawrence,

KCB.

.irt.

H. M. Graves Bengal

A.Jack CB.
J.

Int.

do.

Leslie, CB., 13 July 47


I.
Co.-s Depot at

E.
H'ailcy

KH.

May 18 Continent
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16

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Rt. Hon. S- George Arth u r,


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Aug. Meade 19 do. do.
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10 Feb. 43, Bahamas Hon. J. Walpole
B. Kcnnett
l?aaa sir H. G. W. smith,
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Rich. Whish
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A. Andrews, CB.
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Jas. Alimuty
^ 32!l Henry Somerset, CB.
9 Nov.
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KH. 16 May 51,
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MuBsem Boyd
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19 June 46. East Indies.

W.

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26 Aug. 53

aaa JamesJackson, KH.


Cape of Good Hope

Geo. Campbell,
do.
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H. B. Smith, 1 May,
Recruiting for E. I. Co.
at Bristol

CH

CB.

9 Sir John Grey, KCB.


25 Oct. 50, East Indies
^ Wm. Wood, CB. KH.
and Leeward Islands

Inf.

J. Angelo, Bengal Invalids


C. Grant,
Bei pal An.

Hope.
13

do.

W. H. Wake, Bengal
David Birrell,

Bengal Art.
J.F.Bradford,CB.Beng.Cav.
B. Y. Reilly, Bengal tng.
G. S. Lawrenson, CB. Ben-

CB.

WX

Win. Gilbert

L. S. Bird,

do.
Duncan Sim
T. Pohvhele,
do.
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J.H. Handscomb, do.
16 June 48 Kaff'raria
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Cullen

SirJ.H.

F.

J. A. P. MacBTfegor
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Alex.

Wm.

David Capon, CB.


Wm. Donald Robertson

Ezekiel Barton
H. T. Roberts, CB.

John Munro

Hawkshaw

Spaifi

Blackall

Thomas King
Thomas Morgan
Duncan Macleod

Thomas Marrett

KCB.

Asia

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S.

14 Dec. 28 Continent
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do. do.
Jas. Ormsby 28 do. do.
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13 aai Sir Wm. Verner,/.


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28 Dec. Continent.
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do. do.
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2 June, 37 Persia
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T. Monteath Douglas, CB., Rich. Wilbraham
do.do.
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E. M. G. Showers
Oct. 42
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Jn. H. CoUette
G.P, Wymer, CB., A.D.C. to
17 Nov. 40 Part.Serv.
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the Queen,2S Dec. E.Ind. T. W.O. M'Niven, do. do,
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Wm. Pattle, CB. A. B.C. to Francis Farrant, 11 Mar. 42
Rich. West
theQticen 4July43 E.Ind.
Persia,
Geo. Jackson
John Geo. Bonner,
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Jas. S. Fraser
Edward Hay, 1 March, 44 J. Camiibell, CB. do. do.
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T. Wilson, CB.
Dep6t at Wurlcy.
Turkey 4' Persia
Geo. Swiney
Sir H. M. Wheeler, KCB. A. T. Reid, CB. 4 July 43.
Sir G. Pollock, GCB.
A. D. C. to the Queen,
E. Ind,
A. Lindsay, CB.
3 Apr. 46 East Indies C. Waddington, CB. do. do.
E. Frederick, CB.
G. E. Gowan, CB. A. de C. M. Stack, CB.
do. do,
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to the Queen, 19June46(/o
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do. do,
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J. Morse
C. to the Queen, do. do P. F. Story, CB.
do. do.
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A. Woodburn, CB. do. do,
Jolm Briggs
do. do.
Harry Thomson
9 Nov. 1846. East Indies. J.Outram, CB.
J.G.Drummond,
30 Apr. 44
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James Stuart, CB.
Hope Dick
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Charles Ovaus
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William Henry Hewitt
Jos. Nash, CB.
do. do.
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J. Home
do.
do.
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J. T. Lane, CB. do.
do.
R. C. Andree
Fran. Haleman
G. M. Steuart
Alex. TuUoch, CB.
Mark Cubbon
Arch. Brown Dyce
Horatio T. Tapp
Fred. Buckley
3 Apr. 46. Eastlndies.
Tho. Shubrick
J. Wheeler Cleveland
Hugh SihbaId,CB. Ben. Inf.
Wm. H. Kemm
Rob.

David Barr

Welsh

Jas.

Raw. Chesney
27 Nov. 34

CB,

East Indies
TredwayClarke23Nov.41do.
Durant
^ Hugh, VUc.Go\i%\\,GCB. Jas.
Brook Bridges Parlby, CB,
3 March 43 E.Ind.
Hen. Hodgson
iZKi

COLONELS.

CB.

Patrick Byers
H. G. A. Taylor,
Arch. Watson

7
J.

June

1849.

East Ind.

CB. Bengal

C. Tudor,
Infantry

G. C. Ponsonby, II Bengal
L. C.
F. B. Corfield, 20 Bengal

N.

I.

E. Green,

CB.

21

Bombay

N. I.
G. Farquharson, 8 Bengal
N. I.
C. Blood,

Bombay Art.
CB. 3 Bombay

J. D. Hallctt,

N.l.
J. Finnis, 51

Bengal N.

I.

Offictrs with
W.R.Corfipld,31 Bpngal N.I.
J. S. Leeson, Bombay Art.
R. St. Joliii, 1 Bombay E. R.
T. F. Tail, Ci?. 2 Bengal E.R.
H. Garbett, Bengal Art.
R. Horsl'oni, do.
J. Christie, 3 Beiisal C.
R. NapiPr, Bennal Enr.
A. M. Becher, 01 Bengal N.I.
J, Fonlyce, Bengal Art.
J. F. FleinynK, SC> BengalN.I.

H. T. Tuclver, CB.

8 do.

F. Wheler, 11 Bengal L. C.
\V. Scott, Bomb T Eng.
I. S. Hodgson, 12 Ben-alX.I.

Local Rank,

Cha. H. Churchill 17 Nov.40 Geo. Bdxiiam Arbutlinot


P. S.
Wm. Reece
Rob. Deimis White
L.C.A. Meyer, 23 Nov.41
Cav, Depot at Maidstone. John Piatt
4 Oct. 1842. East Indies.

T.Seaton, CB.
H. P. Burn

Benj. Crispin
David Carstairs
.\rth.

Jos.

113
John Jacob, CB.

10 Jan. 47
East Indies.

George Balfour, 8 Oct. 47


Fred.ConyersCotton, Madras
Eng.l 1 Uec.47. Eastlndief
Herbert BenjaniinEdwardes,

CB.

Cole Spottiswoode

Graham

Bengal Array, 12 Sept. 48

Jas. Templeton Brett


Mainwaring
A. G. F. J.Younghiisband
Rob. Campbell
Geo. Hall MucGregor, CB. Geo. Nott
AJfiihaiiistan. Chris. Simpson Maling

Lahore

E. R.

Halkett Craigie, CB.

Chas. Pooley
Rob. Garrett

61 F. 23

Jas. AValker Bayley

7 June 1849.

J.

23 Dec. 42, East Indies.


W.Anderon,C'jB.
W. Riddell

J.

T. T. Pears,

CB.
R.C.Moore, CB.

Cha. J. Lewes
Geo. Rich. Talbot

K. M'Causland, 70 Bengal
N.I.
L. Mowatt, Bengal Art.
F. Covenlrv, 6 Bengal L. C.
D. Cliester,"2;3 BeKgal N. I.
I. Mackenzie, 8 Bengal L.C.
3. St. V. Lawrence, 11 do.
R.W.Honner, 4 llombavX.I.
3. Williams, 8 Bengal N. I.
J. Hobson, 1 Bombay E. F.
5. J. llant,

Bombay

19

N.I.

B. Tremenheere, Bengal
Engineers

jr.

Richmond C. Sliakcspear, Bengal .\itiliery

S()-

2 Ang. 50.

East Indies.

B. Bellasis, 9
16 Aug. 50.

I.

a. C. Rawlinson, CB.
7 March 51. Aridiscombc.
'Fred. Abbott, CB.

East

Iiuliex.

11

.Nov. 1851.

L.

H. Sn. ilh, 6 Bengal Cav.

W. Coghlan, Bombay

Art.
Aiistriitlier,C'-B.Mad.Art.
V.J.Hadfiel'i,37 Madras N.I.
P.

Hands, 2 Madras E.R


Pinson, 46 Madras N. I.
Jenkins, 47 Bengal N. I.
\V.

i.
F.

F. Bird, 22 Madras N. 1.
M. C. Smytb, 3 Ben. Cav.
13 May 53. East Indies.'
John Pitt Kennedy, li. p.
42 F.
r.

5.

I.D.G.Tulloch, 29 July 53
North America.
i Dec. 1853.
East Iiuiies.
Jo^e|dl Turton, Bengal Art.
I.
Welsliman, 10 Bengal
N. I.
1 Madras Fus.
tames (jeo. Neill, do.
r. C. Boulderson, 35 Bengal
N. 1.
iugh Eraser, CB. Bengal
Eng.
3. C. .\rmstrong, 47 Bengal N. I.
lenry Cotton, 67 do.
Jhus. S. Reid, Bengal Art.
fl'ni.HilI,

MAJORS.
3mst,

Baron

Schmiedern,

KH.

J.Tito Brice 9 Nov.


i. Lutyens
do.

J.H.Garthwaitedo.
fho. Pipon
16 do.

Abbey

do.
do.

D. Fellowes
Hames 80 Nov.
14 D.
A'. Phipps
do.
'.

^ii.

pJ.Rainey

do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
^do.
'do.

i\'.D.Sp()oner28do.
rVm. Tliomson, 28 Dec. 26

Continent
i\'ro.W.S\vaine30do. do.
'ra. B. Eliot

F.

Evans

4 July 43. East Indies.


W. T. Whltlie, CB.
J.

Jackson, CB.

A. Tucker, CB.
W. B. G. Blenkins,

CB.

30 April 44.

East Indies.
Henry Clayton

John Hayne
John Watkins

Wm. Beaumont
John Cooper
Edmond^tone Landers
Wm. Carleston Ormsby

J.

Alex. Corse Scott


David Kavidson
Tho. John Nuthall
Arth. Knyvett
J. Hen. Bowden Congdon
S. Fraser

Hannah

John Shepherd

R. Cautley
Philip Harris

T. G. E.

Becruiting for the E. I.


Co. at Cork.
George Hutt, CB.
2 Jan. 44 East Ind.
Robert Henderson, CB.
25 Jan. 45. do.
Josliua Tait,

Gammell Kenny

CB.

do.

do.

do.

do.

ohnLaughten2Jiine Persia
id. Pat. Lynch, do.
do.

Alex. Macleod
Alex. B. Le Mesurier

(ha. BrooKe Morton


Rich. Angelo
Edw. J. Dickey
W'm. Fergusson Beatson
Willoughby Trevelyan

U m. Mayne,

23 Sept. 45 do. John Back


George Hall Mac Gregor, J. Skarden Ramsay
CB. 11 Nov. 45 E. Indies Edwin Hen. Atkinson
James Benwell
3 Apr. 46. East Indies,
R. Houghton, Bengal Inf.
J. L. Taylor, Bengal Inf.
W. B. Thomson, Beng. Inf.
J. R. Pond, Bengal Inf.
Patrick Hay,
do.
Henry Palmer, do.

David Pott,

do.

G. H. Swinley, Bengal Art.


A. Macdougall, Bengal Inf.

East Indies.
Turton, Bengal Art.

19 June, 46.
J.

F. B. Boileau,

do.

Colin Troup, Bengal Inf.


A. L. Campbell, Beng. Cav.
M. E. Loftie, Bengal Inf.
W. E. Baker, Bengal Eng.
R. Waller, Bengal Art.
Cha. O'Brien, Bengal Inf.
W. S.Pillans, Bengal Art.
T. L. Harrington, Ben. Cav.
D. Seaton, Bengal Inf.
2 Oct. 1846. East Indies.
W. F. Grant

de

20 Sept. Continent
>a. Sankey 10 Aug. 26
Continent
Jha.Irvine 21Sept.
do.
lenry Light 26 do.
do.

lobert

I).

9 Nov. 1846. East Indies


Thos. Pasley Hay

Henry Te in pier

Wm.

Rawlins

Rich. Rodney Ricketts

Wm.

Brett

Cha. Lucas
Hen. W'illoughby Trevelyan
Fred. Wm. Birch
Robert M'Nair

S, Turnbull,
J. Ramsav, J

Coghill Glendwr Ottley

John Byng

Wm.

Pitt

.Macdonald

Maclean
Gilbert Jas. Richardson
.\rch. Neil

Jos. Cosfield

AKrcd Borradaile
John Read Brown
Geo. Munro Arthur
Rob. Codrington

W. H icks, Bombay

T.

Art.

Bengal
N. I.
J. Abercrombie, Bengal Art.

R.

W.

Bombay Art.
Bombay . P.

D.'Leith, do.

John Blaxlund
John Hill

A.Cunningham, Bengal Eng.

Cha. Woodfall

J. Nicholson, 27 Bengal N.I.

E. Wiggins, 52 Bengal N.

I.

Francis Dudgeon
Gus. Cowper Rochfort

John Gordon
Hubert Marshall
John Wm. Hicks

Hamlvn Lavicourt Harris


John

Liddell

Cha. Moray Macleane

Wm.

Scott

Adams

Rob. Nich. Faunce

Henry Drummond
Somerset James Grove
George Le Grand Jacob
John Grant
Farquharson

J. Chicheley

John Swanson

Stiles. 1 Bombay E. F.
H. H. Lloyd, 72 Bengal N.I.
Bengal Art.
A. Wheatiey, 5 Bengal L.C.
F. K. Duncan, Bengal Art.
J. Lang, 36 Bengal N. I.
J.J. Hamilton. 36 Beng. N.I.
J. W. H. Jamieson, 52 do.
T. Moore, 8 Bengal L. C.
C. Campbell, 42 Bengal N.I.
E. H. Hart, 19 Bombay N.I.
P. H. Skinner, 9 do.
E. P. Master, Bengal Art.
R. A. Master, 7 Bengal L.C.
J. Ramsay, 35 Bengal N. I.
F. Lloyd, 19 do
G. Cautley, 8 Bengal L. C.
T. Tapp, 1 Bombay E. F.
J. G. Glas-furd, Bengal Eng.
W. P. Bobbins, 15 Bengal
N. I.
R. R. Kinleside, Bengal Art.
J. Clarke, 25 Bengal N. I.
Geo. Biddulph, 43 do.
H. M. Durand, Bengal Eng.
Wm. Abercrombie, do.
J. D. Macpherson, 22 Bengal
N. I.
W. M. Gabbett, Madras Art.
E. G. Austin, Bengal Art.
M. Mackenzie, Bengal Art.
J. R. Western, Bengal Eng.
W. K. Warner, Bengal Art.
G. P. Whish, 60 Bengal N. I.
M. Dawes, Bengal Art.
Charles Hogge, do.
M. E.Shern il;,12BengalE.R.

J. F. Nerabhard, 56

John Liptrap
Geo. Wright
Geo. Turnbull Marshall

H.

J. Abbott,

Robert Garstin
David Archer
Mich. John Rowlandson
William Halpin

Hon. H. Burrard Dalzell

Jas. Stevens

49.

East Ind.

Biilstrode Bygrave
John Cha. Hawes
Geo. Sidney Wilkinson
Hen. Bovver
Sam. Ancliinleck Grant

Clia. Jas. Green


J. Tho. Smith
J. Gwennap

Hume

March

New Zealand

Bombay N.I. F. R. Evans


Hen. Aug. Hornsby
Ottoman
Geo. Thomson, CB. 2 Aug. Rich. Hall

Dominions,

?.

J.

territories

Harvey Terrick Combe, Bengal Army,


do.
do.
Wm. Henry Kenny, h. p.

E. Anstruther

Philip Goldney

Plowden
George Moyle Sherer
Fred. Lewis Nicolay
Alex. Rob. Rose

Edw. Darvall
Wra. Hen. Atkinson
Rob. Long Shawe
Wm. Binfield Werayss
James Pope
Hugh Aug. Boscawen
Peter Abbott
Rich. Drought
Wra. Russell
Donald Mackay Scobie

June 1849. In the


Punjaub.

E. J. Lake, Bengal Eng.


R. G. Taylor, 1 1 Bengal L.C.
C. Herbert, 18 Bengal N. I.
14 June 1849.
East Indies.
Geo. Malcolm, 1 Bombay

N. I.
N. B. Chamberlain,
16
Bengal N. I.
2 March 1850. East Indies.
Herbert Benj. EdwardeSjC'S.
1

Bengal E. R.

17 April 1850. East Indies.


H. J. Stannus, 5 Bengal L.C.
20 May 50. East Ind.
Wm. Grant Prendergast, 8
Bengal Cav.
2 Aug. 1850. East Indies.
W. C. Campbell, 30 Bengal

N.I.
Charles Cheape, 51 do.
W. E. Mulcaster, 64 do.
O. Cavmagh, 32 Ben. N. I.
Ill Aug. 60, E. Indies.
J. Roxburgh, 24 Sept. 50.
Becruiting for E. I. Co.
at Nen-ry
J.S. Paton, 14 Bengal N.I.
I

114

Local Rank.

Officers with

East Indie*. K. Young, 50 Bengal N. I.


9 Feb. 51
11 Nov. 1851. Eastlndies. A. R. J. Swinton, 32 do.
R. Farquhar, 6 Bombay N.I. J. Powell, 28 do.
do.
F- KnvTett, 64 Bengal N.I. T. F. Blois,
W.W.bunlop, 50 Mad. N.I. J. Hunt, 22 Bengal N. I.
C. Macleod, 42 Madras N. I. J. Fulton, 5 do.
N. S. Nesbilt, 22 Bpnjal N.I. A. G.Young, 43 Madras N. I.
C. A. Stewart, 16 Bomb. N.I. H. J. McGeorge, 7 Ben. N.I.
G. S. Brown, 27 Bomb. N.I. J. Wdcox, 4 do.
D.Ross, 51 Bengal X. I.
H. W. Matthews, 43 Bengal
L. I.
E. Du Pre Townshend, 9 do.
D. Graham, 28 Bombay N.I.
W. J. B. Knyvett, 38 do.
Henry Lyell, 43 do.
B. S. Sullivan, 4 Madras Cav.
W. T. Boddiini, 2 Mad. Cav. Ponsonby Sliaw, 34 Madras
.

J. Forbes, 2 Madras E. L. I.
C. F. Liardet, 14 Madras N.I.
6. Gordon, 48 Madras N. I.

W. H.

N. I.
H. B. Blogg, 7 Madras Cav.
C. Prior, 64 Bengal N.I.
W. W. .ipperley, 4 Bengal
N. Cav.
W. Cantis, 15 Madras N. I.
E. Vibart, 2 Bengal Cav.
C. Cooper, 23 Bengal N. I.
J. H. Blanchard, 63 do.

Budd, 31 do.
J. Alexander, 8 Madras Cav.
N. D. Barton, 6 Bengal Cav.
P. T. French, 23 Bomb. N. I.
E. Skipper, 7 Bombay N. I.
G. N. Prior, 21 do.
John Bates, 40 Mad. N. I.
T. i)alypll, 42 Bengal L.I.
C. Birdwood, 3 Bombav N.I. E. V. P. HoUoway, 42 do.
Stuart Bayly, 26 do.
R. Chitty, 40 Bengal N. I.
F. Burgoyne, Madras Art.
J. Whistler, 6 Madras Cav.
TV. S. Menteath, 69 Ben. N.I. G. W. Y. Simpson, do.
R. Shonreed, 2 Bombay Eu. W. J. JIartin, 9 Ben. N. I.
G. W. Hamilton 34 do.
L.I.
J. H.'lland,28 Bombav N.I. J. De W. C.J. Moir, 28 do.
S. R. Bagshawe, 7 Bengal N.I. W. C. Birch, 5 do.
M. Hyslop,.')9 do.
G. Pope, 22 Bombav N. I.
H. W. Burt, 46 Bengal N.I. X. Barker, 1 Mad. Fus.
T.G. Fraser, 29 Bombav \.I. T. Back. 2 .Madras N. I.
C. Boulton, 47 Bengal'N. I. J.J. Losh, 9 Madras N. I.
H. S. Watkin, 15 Bom. N. I.
W. Anderson, 59 do.
S. F. Mackenzie,2 Mad. Cav. T. Lavie, Madras Art.
T. M'Goun, 6 Madias N. I.
C. Yates 46 N. I.
W. Jervis, 42 Bengal N. I.
J. W. Rickards, 21 do.
J. S. Du Vernet, 2 Madras E. Baker, 32 Madras N. I.
E. A. Guerin, 2 Bom. E. L. I.
Eur. L. I.
S. A. Lyon-, 34 Bengal N. I. E. Sunderland, Ben. Inval.
G. C. T. Sloekley, "Bombay G. Brig2S, Madras Art.
N. I.
F. R. Bazeley, Bengal Art.
H. Vetch, ,54 Bengal N. I.
H. S. Waters, 3 Madras Cav.
0. Baseley, 51 Bengal N. I.
J. H. Hampton, 50 do.
J. H. Wakefield, 17 do.

H. Kirke, 12 do.
H. Pritehard, 8 Madras N.

I.

H. D. Maitland, 72 Bengal
N.I.
H. Partridge, 18 Bombay

S.

N. I.
A. De Butts, Madras Eng.
F. Gaitskell, Bengal Art.
H. Aston, 10 do.
S. Landon, 16 do.
A. Park, 29 Bengal N. I.

J. Maitland, do.

M. Watts, do.
A. J. Begbie, Mad. Vets.
R. Ramsay, 10 Bengal N. I.
F. Vf. Burroughs, 17 do.
C. Apthorp, 41 do.
J. Graham, 5 do.
W.E.Andrews, 73 Ben. N. I.
T. Jackson, 10 Bom. N.I.
G. Timins, 34 Ben. N. I.
S. Parr, 23 Bombay N. L. I.
H. A. Shuckburgh, 40 Ben.
N.

I.

W. H.

Nicholetts,28 do.

H. D. Sheppard, 19 Madras
N.I.
R. H. Warden, 5 Bom. N. I.
F. C. Marsden, 29 Ben. N. I.

A. C. Dewar,37 Bengal N.I.


C.

Brown, 18 do.

W.

Coates, 6 Mad. N. I.
G. P. Ricketts, 1 Ben. Cav.
T. M. E. Moorhouse, 35
Ben. N. I.
J. F. Porter, 1 Mad. Cav.
T. T. Christie, 17 Bom. N.I.
A. A. Drummond, 11 do.
H. C. Morse, S do.
H. Green, 18 Madras N. I.
R. Gill, 44 do.
W. C. Onslow, 44 do.
W. E. Lockhart, 45 do.
De Renzie J. Brett, 31 do.
J.

H. Colbeck,4do.

C.T.Chamberlaine,28Ben.
N.I.
2 May, Eastlnd.
C. J. Benher, 5 Ben. Cav.
29 Oct. do.

4 March 1853. Eiist Ind.


C. V. Cox, Beng.^1 Art.
Alex. Robertson, do.
Peter Christie, do.
Henry Alan Olpperts, do.
17 June 53. Ionian Islands.
Constantine Read, h. p.
Staff Corps.

9 Dec. 1853.

W.

A. J.
N.I.

S. C. Briggs, 31 do.

G. Forster, 49 do.
C. W. Hodson, 16 do.
W.H. Rickards, 14 Ben. N.I.
C. J. Richardson, 57 do.
K. Phibbs,41 do.
F. A. Williamson, 63 do.
D. Nisbett, Bengal Invalids.
J. Holmes, 12 Bombay N. I.
W. Ward, Madras Art.

J.

S.

East Ind.

Mayhew,

G. C. Reynaud,

8 Bengal

Madras

Fus.

Grant Allan, 3 Madras N.

I.

Alex. R. Dallas, 1 do.


W. F. Nuthall, 18 Bengal
N. I.
Albert Fytche, 70 do.

H. Marsh, 3 Benual Cav.


Officers of the late
St.
W. J. Morris, 9 Bom. N. I.
Helena Regt. who have
A.F.Macpheron,43Ben.L.I.
local rank at St. Helena
J. M. Drake, 46 Ben. N. I.
and Eastward of the Cape
W. C. Slather, 1 Bom. Gren.
of Good Hope.
N.I.
G.P. Thomas, 64 Ben. N. I.
Brigadier-General.
E. P. Brvant, 68 Ben. N. I. Charles Dallas ..14 Feb. 28
D. Wilkie, 4 do.
Lieitt.- Colonel.
A. H. Duncan, 43 Ben. L.I.
G. F. C. Fitzgerald, Ben. Art. C. R. G. Uodson 12 Aug. 19
W. P. Meares, 42 Ben. L. I.
Captains.
C. Seton Guthrie, Ben. En. T. M. Hunter
21 Apr. 28
C. P. Wilder, 6 Mad. Cav.
G A. DenTaaffe 22 Apr. 23
J. Kilner, Bombay En.
D. Mc Mahon
29 .ipr. 29
W.K.Babington,17Mad.N.I. A. .i. Vounge
5 May 30
G. Larkins, Bensal Art.
W. O. Kennedy.. 26 Jan. 33
G. iMurray, 8 Ben. Cav.
W. K. Doveton ..27 Jan. 33
G. A.TuUorh, 33 Mad. N. I. W. Mason
Oct. 83
T. Quin, 4 Ben. Cav.
Lietitcnants,
R. B.W. Ellis, 23 Ben. N.l.
I

W.

L. P. D. Eld, 9 do.

Arrow, 15 Mad. N.
C. Pattenson, 4 Ben. N.

J. R.

I.

I.

E. Lawford, Madras En.

W. Kirkman Loyd, do.


T. Martin, 20 Bengal N. I.
J. H. Kennedy, 47 Mad. N.I.
E. Marriott, 57 Bengal N.I.
R. G. Taylor, 2 Ben. Cav.
16 Dec.
1852.

E. Kayne, Bengal Art.


2 Jan. East Indies.
S. A.Abbott, 51 Bengal N.I.
26 March do.

Melliss....l4 Apr. 26
Aug. 26
May 27
Sep. 27
Apr. 29
Apr. 31

J. Johnson ..29
F. .Armstrong 21
. P.
Sampson.. 13
S. T. Bond .. 9
R. C. Mason.. I
B. Knipe
26
S.

Reed

B..Alexander

Nov. 31
2 Aug. 32

31 Jan. 33

Ensigns.
Greene
17 Sep. 29
H.Marriott
17 Sep. 29
G. S. Chadwick..20 Dec. 32

F. N.

C. Pritehard ....20 Deo. 82


F. M. Baker
16 Mar. 33

115

YEOMEN OF THE GUARD.


Her

Maje.sti/'ii

(INSTITUTED BY

HENRY

Captain.3. R.
Lieutenant.

Ensign.

Vise.

Bodij Guard.
VII.,

THE

IN

Y'EAR 1485.)

Sydney, 30 Dec. 1852.

Sir George Philip Lee.

^ Sir George Houlton,' Capt. h.p. 43rd Foot.

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.}^

^gj John FitzMaurice,^ K.H.,

Lietit.-Col. h.p. Unatt.

Exons.

^ 51

Sir John Kincaid,^ late a Captain in the Rifle Brigade.

Richard Phibbs/

late a

Captain in the i^th Foot.

Thomas Parker Rickford, late a Cajjtain in the 23rd


John Wardlaw,* late a Lieut, in the Bengal Army.

Fusiliers.

140 Yeomen.
George Houlton served in the Peninsula with the 48rd Light Infantry, through the whole of the retreat
to Corunna under Sir John Moore in 1808. Served also in the Walcheren expedition in 1809. Subsequently in
the Peninsula, including tlie retreat to the Lines of Toires Vtdras in 1810, pursuit of Massena, aclions of Pombal,
Rediiiha, Cnsal Nova, Sliranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, Castrejon, San Christoval, San JIunos, and San
Jliliin
baltUs of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Viltoria (severely wounded), Pyrenees, Kivelle, Nive(9ih, 10th, lllh,
12ih, and 13th Dec. 1813), and Toulouse ; siege and stoimiug ol Ciudad Rodrigo, and taking of the outwork of that
place, Fort Rejnard; and siege and storming of Badajoz. Has received ihe Silver War JJedal with ten Clasps.
Served in the storming of the Lines of New Orleans, and afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France.
2 Lieut.-Colonel FiizMaurice joined the KiSe Brigade in the Peninsula as a volunteer, in 1811, and served to the
end of the war, including the afl'iir at the Mill at Freixadas, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges
and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action at San Milan, and battle of Viltoria skirmishing in advance,
he there with two Riflemen, took theJir St gun captured that day, and secured seven prisoners; pursued the enemy
lo Pampeluna, under the walls of nhich their last gun was taken
battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the heights of
F.chalar, and the fortified pass of Bera defer.ded an orchard in front of Arcangues for a whole day with one subdivision ; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near Bayonne on the lOlh, 11th and 13th Dec,
1813 the brilliant action with Soult's rear-guard at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor
aflairs.
He served also the campaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Quatre Bras, where he had
Ihe honor ol firing the first shot. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in the thigh at
Quatre Bras. Received the Hanoverian Order, the Waterloo Medal, and the Silver War Medal with eightClasps.
3 Sir John Kincaid joined the Rifle Brigade in 1809, and retired from it as a Captain in 1831. He served on the
Walcheren expedition in 1809; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the retreat to the lines of Torres
Vedras in 1810, occupation of them, pursuit of Massena, actions at Santarem, Pombal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Foz
d'Arouce (wounded), and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions near Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Poute, siege
ind storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, was one of the leaders of the storming party of the light division siege and stormiig of Badajoz, actions on the heights of San Christoval and at Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid,
etreatfrom Salamanca, in which he was acting Brigade-Major to the 1st Brigade of the Iii;ht divis;on actions at San
MunosandSan Milan, baltle of Vittoria, and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluna,
svliich ended in the capture of their last gun by the Rifle Brigade: battles of the Pyrenees, storming the heights
battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near
i'lf Echalar, storming the fortified heights of Bera,
Bayonne on the 9ih, lOili, 11th, 12th, and 13;h Dec. 1813; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numeous minor affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815. and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on
he following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of P-ris at Waterloo his horse was wounded in five places and
tilled under him.
He has received the Silver War Medal with nine Clasps.
4 Captain Phibbs was present with the 48th Regt. at the attack and capture of t'oorg (East Indies) in 1834.
5 Captain Wardlaw served during the Suilej campaign of 1845-46; was present at the battles of Moodkee and
'erozeshah (wounded), and has received a Medal and Clasp.
1

Sir

[Continualion of Notes to Gentlemen-at-Arms.']


6 Captain Kenworthy served with the Field Force in the Docab (Southern Mahratta country) in 1827 and 28; and
Malacca and Singapore in 1834 and 35. Served with General De la Motle's Field Force in
iov. and Dec. 1S44
commanded two companies as an escort to the Political Agent, and likewise a Local Corps,
uring the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country at that period.
7 Captain Hobson served with the 10th Foot in the Sutlej Campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle o<
obraon (Medal).
ith the expedition to
;


THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS,
The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Puhlic and State
(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1509.)
Captain.

occasions.

Lieutenant.

William Topham
p 18 Mar. 53
H, Lord Foley, 30 Dec. 1852.
Standard Bearer. David James Harmar, p 31 Jan. 48.
Gentlemen at Arms.
p 6 Sept. 30 Sir James Laurence Cotter, St. ? 12 Feb. 50
John Banks
{Late of 27th Begt.)
p 30 Jan. 38
George Winchester
p 30 Apr. 50
p 4 Mar. 38 Edward Hay ward
^Esculapius Field
p 24 Aug. 50
p20 Oct. 41 Henry Shephard Smyth
John Lewis Lamotte
William Henry Taylor
p25 Oct. 60
p 23 June 42
Francis Watts
(late Captain 87th Regt.)
8 Dec. 43
^ John Blakiston'
p 20 Nov. 50
Thomas
Howard
{Late Brcv.-Major)
p 20 Nov. 50
2 Oct. 44 James Fielder Peto
)| John Henry Cooke^
Adolphus Geo. Fincli Cotton ..p21 Jan. 51
(Brevet-Major, h.p. Unattached.)
p 25 Feb. 51
Wm. Henry Brabazon Conner .p 14 Nov. 44 Charles James Cox
p 14 May 51
p 13 May 45 Markland Barnnrd
Peter Ralph Shield
Edward
Sutherland
h.
{Capt.
p.) 26 Feb. 52
Wm. Henry Mulock Holmes ..p 17 Feb. 46
P 6 Apr. 52
p 6 Nov. 46 VVm.DomvilefZrt^e Capt.2nd F.)
George Kitson
P26 Apr. 52
Francis
John
Helyar
p 16 Mar. 47
Richard Edward Davies
p 5 May 52
p 1 Apr. 47 Thomas Robert M'Coy^
^ S8a P. Percy Nevill^
T.

{lute Capt. 65th Regt.)


and Brevet Lieut.-Colonel.)
p24 May 52
Edward Wilson Keuworthy^
Marjoribanks Hughes .. ..p 1 Jan. 48
{C'aj)tain, late of Madras Army.)
(late Captaiii 1st Br. Gds.)
p 9 June 62
Richard George Grange
p 30 June 48
{Captain, late of Bengal Arm)/.)
William Alexander Tinkler
GregoryGrantFooteMacdonald'' p 3 Nov. 48 S. Hobson7 [late Capt. iOth F). p 6 Jan. 53
p 16 Nov. 48 F.W.Ha.\m\ton(lateCapt.UthL.)Pl2 Jan. 53
Francis Vanderlure Mills
P 12 Mar. 53
p 22 June 49 Duncombe Pyrke
Edward Goodwin
p 28 May 53
p 16 Oct. 49 William Julius Marshall
Stapleton Charles Cotton
PI2 Feb. 50 Geo. WatUin Rice {late Capt.23F.)P22 Oct. 53
Charles Tyler
Adjutant. Josepli Skipp Lloyd, p 6 May 52.
Harbinger. Samuel Wilson,? 24 Feb. 31.
Lt.-Col. Nevill, 18 May, 48.
Suh-Ufficers.^
Major Cooke, 24 June, 48.
Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.
Facing Blue.
Scarlet,
1 Major Blakiston having passed through the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1802, he proceeded

(late Major G^rd Regt.

Wm.

^M

East India Company's Service, and as appointed to the Corps of Engineers on


the Madras Establishment, being then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H.M. Service. In 1803 he served in
the campaign against the Mahrattas, and was engaged in the battles of Assaye and Argaum, and at the
sieges and assaults of Ahmednuggur and Gawilglmr. At the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1805
he directed the guns by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the capture
of the Island of Bourbon. Having been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France previous
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 tlie advance of the Army until the surrender of tliat Island. For his services on the above occasion he was nominated Extra Aide-de-Camp to the
Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 18II and having been sent in
advance with the Chief Engineer to fix on the point of landing, he was engaged in a serious affair on the
coast in the boats of H. M. ships Barracouta and Lcda. On the landing of tlie Army he was engaged in
the aftUirs of Wellevrieden and Samarang, and at tlie siege and assault of the fortified position of Cornelia.
In 1813, having attained the rank of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineers, he returned on furlough
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on full pay in H. M. 87th Regt., he was appointed to
a company in tlie 17th Portuguese Regt with which he seived in the Liglit Division of the Peninular
Army until the conclusion of the war having been present at the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes,
and Toulouse, and in all the affairs in which the Light Division was engaged. At the siege of San
Sebastian he volunteered as an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For his services on
tliis occasion he was promoted to a company in the 27th Regt; in 1816 was placed on half-pay; and on
the 23rd June 1843 he was brought on full pay of the 51 st Regt., and retired by the sale of his commissions.
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps; also the Indian War Medal.
2 Major Cooke served with the 43rd at Walcheren, in 1809. In June 1811 he joined the Light Division
in the Peninsula, and was present at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badajoz (wounded
to India as a

Cadet

in the

at the assault), actions of Castrejon and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, actions of San Munoz and
San Milan, battle of Vittoria(wounded), actions in the Pyrenees, siege of San Sebastian, the attack on the
heights of Vera, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9tli, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Dec,
On the
actfons at Tarbes and Arcangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various affairs of less importance.
8th Jan. 1815, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He served afterWar
Medal
with
eight
received
the
CKasps.
He
has
in
France.
Occupation
wards with the Army durii.g the
3 Lt.-Colonel Nevill served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Battalion of the 30th, from July 1810 to May
1813; also the campaign ol 1814 in Holland, and that of 1815 in the Netherlands: he was present at the
defence of Cadiz, occupation of the lines of Torres Vedras, various minor actions when in pursuit of
Massena, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz (severely
wounded in the head and leg when leading the ladder party in the Escalade of the St. Vincent Bastion),
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely wounded through the left shoulder in
the storm of the first line of the castle, 4th Oct. 1813), bombardment of Antwerp, assault on Bergen-opZoom, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris throughout all the above mentioned sieges he acted as
an Assistant Engineer. In 1818 he served in the Deccan war, and was present at the capture of Asseerghur- and in 18-20 he was attached to the Nizam's Troops at the capture of a Predatory Force. After
serving 22 years in India with the 30th and 18th Dragoons, and 2Gth and G3rd Regts., his health failed
when fn command of the left wing of the 63rd, in a very unhealthy climate. He has received the War
Medal with four Clasps also the India War Medal.
4 Mr. Macdonald served in Canada in a Militia Regt., and in the Royal Navy (on the lakes) during the
Rebellion of 1837-38, and took part in tiie bombardment and attack on Navy Island in the St. Lawrence.
He served afterwards in the Royal Navy in the East Indies and China.
5 Captain M'Coy was present at the operations against the rebel natives of the Southern district of New
Zealand, in the Horokiwi Valley, including tlie skirmish on the 6th Aug. 1846. Also present in the
[Remaining Note; at foot of preceding page.
action at Wanganui on the IQtIi July 1847.
:

117

STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS.


Commander

21SS General Viscount

Hardinge,

GCB.

in Chief.
Colonel of the 57th Regiment.

Military Secretary.
Colonel Richard Airey, Half-pay Unattached.

A ides-de- Camp
Colonel Xorrf Charles Wellesley, Half-pay Unattached.
Lieut.-Colonel R. B, Wood, CB. h. p. 97th Foot.
Captain The Earl of March, Half-pay Unattached.
Captain The Duke o/" Beaufort, 7th Hussars.

Adjutant-General.
31SE Major-General

Hon. Sir George Cathcart, KCB.

Deputy Adjutant-General.
Major-General George Augustus Wetherall, CB.

KH.

Assistant Adjutant-General.
Lieut.-Colonel William Sullivan, Half-pay Unattached.

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General.


Captain Arthur John Pack, 7 th Fusiliers.
Inspecting Field Officer, and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department.

Colonel William Bush,

KH.

Quarter-Master General.

^ Major-General James Freeth, KH.


Assistant Quarter-Masters General.

Colonel Arthur Wellesley Torrens, Half-pay Unattached.


513i Lieut.-Colonel John Enoch, Half-pay Unattached.

AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THE QUEEN.

aa

Colonel' Sir Jas. tioltnes Schoedde, KCB.,VnaU.


Henrv John Wm. Bentinck, Coldst. Gds.
Thomas Reod, CB. 62 F.

JJUJ

aa
JUJ

aa-

Colonel Hon. Thos. Ashburnhani, CB.,29 F.


Michael White, CB.3 Drs.
5/?- Hugh M. Wheeler, KCB. Ben. Inf.
John Scott, CB. 9 Lancers.
J. L. Pennefather, CB., h.p. 28 F.
A. S. H. Mountain, CB., h.p. 6'2 F.
G. E. Gowan, CB. Bengal Artillery.

Kennedy Clark Kennedy,


CB. KH., Unattached.
Horatio George Broke, Unatt.
John Oldfleld, KH., R. Engineers.
T. Wood, Royal East Middlesex Militia.
John Le Couteur, Jersey Militia.
Ernest arZ o/Mount Edgcumbe,Duke of
Cornwall's Rangers.
Thos. Earl de Grey, York Hnssar Yeo-

Alexander

Pat. Montgomerie, CB. Madras Art.


Marquis of Donegal, Antrim Militia.
Foster Stalker, CB., Bombay Infantry.

Christopher Godby, CB., Bengal InJ.


Nicholas Penny, Cfi., Bengal Infantry.
Frederick Markham, CB.3-2 F.
Geo. Henry Lockwood,C-B., h.p.3 Drs.

manry Cavalry.
Edw. Baker,R.Wilts Yeomanry Cavalry
Cha. D. o/ Richmond, KG. Sussex Mil.
Thomas Dynelev, CB. R. Artillery.
T. Monteath Douglas, CB., Bengal Inf.
Sir Colin Camnbell, KCB., Unattached
Peter EdraonstoneCraigie,CiJ.,h.p.5o F.
Edmund F. Morris, CB., Unattached
Geo. Peter Wymer, CB., Bengal Inf.
James Priaulx, Guernsey Jiilitia.
William Pattle, CB. Bengal CavBlry.

l
-

John B. Gough, CB., h. p. 3 Drs.


Patrick Grant, CB., Bengal Infantry.
Charles Menzies, KH. R. Marines

Thomas Wearing, R. Marines


Lord Dynevor, R. Carmarthen Militia.
AVilliam Eyre, CB., 73 F.
Honoritry Aidc-de-Cnmp.
Colonel Sir John Cheape, KCB. Bengal En".

Bt

118

Full

Pay.

37

32

25

1st

Regiment of Life Guards.

2d Regiment of Life Guards.

PENINSULA" "WATERLOO.

Colonel.

60

34

Charles Wm. Marquis of Londonderry,' KG. GCB. GCH. Ensign, 11 Oct.


1794 ; Lieut. 30 Oct. 94 Ccqit. 12 Nov. 94 ; Major, 31 July, 95 ; Lieut.-Col.
1 Jan. 97; Colonel, 25 Sept. 1803; Major-Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen.
4 June, 14; Ge/J. 10 Jan. 37 ; CoZ. 2nd Life Guards, 23 June, 43.
;

Half
Pay, Pay.

Full

36

119

Lieut. -Colonel and Colonel.


James M'Douall, Cornet, p 19 Feb. 18; Lieut. ^2 Oct. 23; Cajyt. p 19 Oct. 25;
Brevet-Major, 28 June 38; Major - Lieut.-Col. p 10 April, 40; Lt.-Col.
P 30 Dec. 45 ; Col. 10 April 47.
Major and Lieut. -Colonel.
Lewis Duncan Williams, Cornet, p 21 June 20; Lieut, p 23 July 25; Capt. p 15

July 28

Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41

Major

Sf

Lieut.-Col. P30 Dec. 45.

COR. AND
SUB-LIEUT.

BREVETMAJOR.

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
Mountjoy Francis Martyn
Geo. Howard Vyse
Thos. Ogilvy, j.c. 1 1 Nov. 51
Hon. F.John Evans Freke
E.

M. Earl of Longford

Charles J.Tottenham
Henry Savile Lumley
Fountaine Hogge

..
.

P
P
P
P
P

P
P

27 Dec. 27 P 22 Mar. 31
26 Nov. 30 P 17 April 35
9 Mar. 32 P 29 April 36
24 Nov. 35 P 24 Mar. 37
9 July 3G P 9 May 40
28 April 37 P 28 May 42
28 May 42 P 13 Feb. 46
9 May 43 P 14 Feb. 45

P
P
P
I'

P
P
P

22 April 36

9 Nov. 46

Sept. 37

11 Nov. 51

May
May

28
14 Apr.
1 June
22 Apr.
25 Nov.

40
42
48
49
53
53

23 Nov. 41

Lieutenants.
21 June
Peter Sherwen, adj
Edw. Ffolliott Wingfield P 12 May
John G. Carter Hamilton P 22 Jan.
H. J. Townsend Stephens P 25 Apr.
28 June
Joseph Awty, R.M.
Hon. Claude Bowes Lyon P 30 June
P
1 June
Robert O'Brien Jameson
Henry Dalton Wittit Lyon P 18 April
P23
Lumley
Augustus Savill
Nov.
.

39
43

22 July 44
29 June 48

47 P30 Nov. 49
45 P23 May 51
48 29 Dec. 51
48 P 6 July 52
49 P 22 Apr. 53

45
49

P
P

24 Sept. 47
25 Nov. 53

Cornets and SubLieutenants.


Hon. C. S. B. H anbury
Hon. Tho. H. G. Fermor
Ambrose Congreve ....
Henry Charles Lane ....
Henry Win, Lee-Jortin.
Henry John Lloyd Wynne
E. S. Fitzhard. Berkeley

'

'

'

'

14 June 50
17 Sept. 50
22 Nov. 50
19 Aug. 51
9 July 52
13 May 53
18 Nov. 53

Adjutant. Lieut. Peter Sherwen, 21 June, 39.


Quarter-Master. William Walker, 15 Oct. 52.
Surgeon. Thomas Tardrew, 23 May, 51 ; Assist.-Surg.,\'i, July, 44.
George M'CuUoch, MD., 6 June 45.
Assist. -Surgeon.
Veterinary-Surgeon. John Wilkinson, 27 April, 26.

Scarlet

FacingsBlwe.

.4 g'cn^^,

Messrs.

Cox & Co.

{^Returned from France, February, 1816.]


1 Lord Londonderry lias received a cross and one clasp for Sahagun and Benevente, Talavcra, Busaco,
Fuentes d'Onor, and Badajoz, and was severely wounded in the head by a musket-ball in Holland, 10th

Oct. 1799.

Bt 2

120
I

Ye

ars' Serv.

61

Head Quarters,"]
at Dublin.
J
;

Years' Serv,

55
Full

Half

Pay.

Fav.

21

10

2nd {The
Years'

Queen^s) Regiment of Dragoon Guards,

Head Quarters
I^DuWhif

"atLongfJrd!*'']

"
Years

^r^

The Pnuce of Wales's) Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 123

TALAVERA" " ALBUHERA" " VITTORIA" " PENINSULA."

124

4^Zt

On

{Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoon Guards.

[^a?Dim"X"

HARP

and CROWN, and the


the Standards and Appointments the
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " QuisSeparabitV

PENINSULA."

"

Colonel.

61

Richard Pigot,' Ens. 4 Sept. 93 Lieut. 16 Sept. 93 ; Capt. 21 Dec. 93; Major''
29 April 02 Llexit.-Col. 1 May 06; Col. 4 June 14 Maj.-Gen. 19 July 21 ;
Half
Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 4th Dragoon Guards, 26 Nov. 49.
;

Pay.

28

Lieut. -Colonel.
; Lieut,
Lt.-Col.f3 Oct. 48.

Edward Cooper Hodge, Cornet, 3 Aug. 26


34; Major,

i'3

Dec. 41

3 July 28

Capt.

i>

19 Dec.

3Iajor.

18

William Charles Forrest, Coriiet, Pll Mar. 36; Lieut, ^b Jan. 39; Capt.
P 7 Sept. 41 ; Major, p3 Oct. 48.

Captains.
Francis Rowland Forster
Thomas Jones
Michael M'Creagh

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.
P

Jonn JNiacDonncil Webb

A rth.Masterson Robertson
Robert John Henry ....
Lieutenants.

P
P

7 Feb. 40
23 July 41
26 July 44
2 Apr. 47
18 May 46
15 Feb. 60

P
P
P

11 Mar. 42

19 May 43
19 Mar. 47

29 Jan.
30 June
P 18 July
2 Oct. 49 P 30 April
8 Oct. 47 P 25 June
18 July 61 P 17 June

BREVETMAJOR.

47

48
51

62
62
53

Thos. Miller Clarke, R.M


30 July 44 p 29 Jan. 47
G.C. H. Player Brigstocke P16 Feb. 50 P31 Oct. 51
George Manners Morgan P12 July 50 P 30 April 52
Robert Gunter
P16 May 51 p 25 June 52
Christopher M'Donnel
P12 Mar. 62 P 17 June 63
Charles Fleetwood Shawe P 13 Mar. 52 P 11 Oct. 53
.

Cornets.
Daniel Peploe Webb, adj. P14 Mav 52
Bathurst Edw. Wilkinson P 17 Aug. 52
Hon. M, FitzMaur. Deane P 17 Dec. 62
John Arthur Brajige .... P 13 May 53
Edward Rowe Fisher .... P17 June 63
Henry Eldon G. Bankes P 18 Oct. 53
George Alex. Muttlebury P25 Nov. 53
Pa%jmaster.John Biggs, 16 Sept. 61 ; Ens. p2 Sept. 45; Lieut. 17 Oct. 48.
Adjutant.
Cornet Daniel Peploe Webb, 25 Nov. 53.
Quarter-Master. John Tiiompson, 3 Oct. 48.
Surgeon. ChiWcy Pine,^ 5 Dec. 43 Asslst.-Surg. 2 Aug. 33.
Assist.- Surgeon.
William Bruce Armstrong, 25 March 53.
Veterinary Surgeon. James Rainsford, 25 Dec. 28.

S>cd.r\e\ Facings Blvie. Agent,

Andrew Lawrie, Esq.


Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons.
IReturnedfrom Portugal, May, 1813.]

1 Lieut.-Gcneiiil Pigot was actively employed in the West Indies in 1794 during the Maroon war,
in the
Meducrranean and capture of Minorca in 1798; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806- and in
the East Indies in 1818.
3 Surgeon Pine served with the 26th on the China expedition, (medal) and was present at thefirst capture
ofChusan, attack on Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, attack and
eapture of Tscke, Chapoo, Shanghai 'Ooosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. He acted as senior Midical Officer in
the campaigns in New ZeiUaiul, licini April 1845 to May 184G, and was present at the destruction of Poinare's Pah, attack on Heki's Pah, destruction of the 'VVaikadi Pah, storming of JCawiti's
Pah at Ohiawai.
and capture of Kawiti's Pah at liuapekapeka.

"'BaiJnc^Sl

5th(The Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Reg. of Dr. Gds. 125

The motto "

Vestigia nulla retrorsiun."

" SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA"

" TOULOUSE""
Years' Serv.

PENINSULA."

126

Qth Regiment of Dragoon Guards (^Carabineers).

Years' Serv.l

69
Full Half

Pay.

29

22

Pay

fHead Quarters
L at Ipswich.

Head Quarters
at

cawr.

Tears' Serv,

45
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

"]

1th ( The Princess RoyaVs) Regt. of Dragoon Guards.

127

128

1^^ (^RoyaT)

On

60
FuU Half
Pay.

22

19

18

Pay.

Regiment of Dragoons.

the standards an Eagle."

[at^NewbiYdge

PENINSULA"" WATERLOO.

Head Quarters
Nottingham.

Years' Serv.

"1

2nd {Royal North

British) Regt. of Dragoons,

129

130

Srd

The White Horse,

\7ithin tlie

J%e King^s Own') Regt. of Lt. Dragoons.

[*

Garter on the 2nd and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, " Neo aspera terrent.'

"SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "CABOOL, 1842" "MOODKEE"


" FEROZESHAH" " SOBRAON" " PUNJAUB" " CHILLIANWALLAH" " GOOJERAT."
=

"=

S ^ "

3 " '5?5

""

Years' Serv.

Colonel.'^ Lord Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.> Cornet, 7 Feb. 98 ; Lieut. 1


June,99; Ca;;!^. 21 Aug. 1800; il/ry. 13 Oct.08; ii^.-CoZ. 1 Aug.ll ; CoZ.GNov.
17 ; Major-Ge?i. 27 May, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 3rd Drs. 8 Nov. 39.
Lieut.-Colonel.m\c\\a.fi\ White, CB.^ Cornet, p 15 Aug. 04 ; iif. p 14 May, 05
Capt. 7 Nov. 15 ; Brvt.-Maj. 10 Jan. 37 ; Maj. 4 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-Col. p 13 Dec
39 ; Col. 3 Apr. 46.
i/>r.John Wm. Yerbury,^ Ensign, p 12 Dec. 26; Lieut. p5 July 33; Capt.
1 July 37 ; Major, Q Nov. 46; Brevet Lt.-Col. 7 June, 49.
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4^/i ( The Queen's Own) Regt. of Light Dragoons.


131
'Talavera" "Albuhera" "Salamanca" " Vittoria" '-'Toulouse"
"Peninsula"
" Affghanistan" " Ghuznee."
Years

clt*!?bu!r]

Colonel.l^^m sir George Scovell,' KCB. Adjutant, 5 April, 98; Cornet, 20


June, 98; Lieut. A May, 00; Capt. 10 March, 04; Major, 30 May, 11Lieut.-Col.n Aug. 12; Col. 27 May, 25; Major-Gen. 10 Jan.
37; Zt.Gen. 9 Nov. 40 ; Col. 4th Light Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47.
Lieut. -Colonel. Lord George Augustus Fred. Paget, Cornet &c Sub-Lt. P25
July, 34, Lieut. VI Dec. 37; Ca^j^. p 17 Aug. 41 ; Jffyor, p 30 Jan.
46; Lieut.
Col. P 29 Dec. 46.
ilf/or. John Thomas Douglas Halkett, Conte^, p 23 Jan. 35 ; iiewif. 6 July
37 ;
Capt. P 25 Oct. 42 Maj. P 15 March 50.
;

132

Gih (^InnisMlUng) Regiment of Dragoons.

The

Castle of Inniskilling

"

Years' Serv.

WATERLOO."

Head
[

at

Quarters,

York.

Head QuartersT
afpieKhy. J

>.

1th

{The Queen's Own) Regt. of Lt. Dragoons (Hussars). 133


PENINSULA"" WATERLOO.

"
Years' Serv,

Colonel.

55

\^

William Tuyli,' KCH. Cor. 22 Oct. 99 Lieut. 18 July, 01; Cctpl. 7


Major, 20 Nov. 06; Lleut.-Col. 13 June, II ; Col. 27 May, 25 ;
Major Gen. 10 Jan. 37 Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 4G; Col. 7th Hussars, 10 Mar. 46.
5'iV

April, 04;
Full

Pay.

Half
Pay.

22

Lieut. -Colo7iel.
Charles Hagart, Cornet, p 15 June 32; Lieut. P12 Aug. 34; Cant. P21 Oct,
v\Q
37; Major,
Dec. 47; Lt.-Col. p31 Oct. 61.

17

Major.
James M'CauI Hagart, Cornet, p 26 May 37
Sept. 46; Major, p 31 Oct. 51.

Lieut,

16

May

45

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
P 2 July 41 P27 Feb.
Hen. Duke q/' Beaufort, s. P17 Aug. 41 P 7 July
William Babington .... Pll Nov. 45 P 9 Oct.
P 2 Feb. 44 P 19 June
Lydston Newman
P27 Feb. 46 P17 Apr.
William Dascon Bushe
P 16 April 41
Thomas Pedder^
2 July

Sir Vfm. Russell, Bart.

Cupt.

BKEVETMAJOH.

46 P16 Apr. 47
43 P 13 Aug. 47
46 Pl4 June 50
46 p 19 July 60
47 P 8 June 52
45 P26 July 53

Lieutenants.
July 47
13 June 50
Dec. 47 p 14 June 50
Feb. 49 p 16 Sept. 61
James Aytoun
Oct. 47 p 31 Oct. 61
{p
^o?j.J.DeV.T.W.Fiennes P22 Nov. 50 p 8 June 52
Wm. Francis W. Garforth |p 22 Dec. 46 p 26 Dee. 51
Frederick Coates
jp 17 Jan. 51 p26 July 53

Joseph Trenerry, Adj.

. .

Charles Ci-aufurd Fraser, 5


David Philip Brown, R.M.

|P
Ip

2
3
9
22

Cornets.
Musgrave Dyne Briscoe
Charles William Paulet

16
21
Pll
Robert Hale
William Henry Seymour p 9
'p
Wm. Stand. CarrStandish 19

Aug.

F.

Sept. 51

Nov. 61
June 52
July 62
Aug. 53
Wentworth Gore JPIS Oct. 53
p

Edward George Cubitt, 16 Feb. 44; Ens. p9 Dec. 31


Adjutant. Lieut. Joseph Trenerry, 3 Sept. 47.
Quarter-Master. 3129 John Evans Parry 12 Oct. 41.
Surgeon. Archibald Alexander, 3 Oct. 45; Assist.- Surg. 20 Feb. 35.
Assistant-Siirgeon. Robert Wilson, M.D., 25 Aug. 48.
Veterinary Surgeon. James George Philips, 28 Aug. 38.
Paymaster.

Lieut.

28 April, 37.

,"

Blue.

Agents, Messrs. Cox

&

Co.

[Returned from Canada Dec. 1842.]


at tl.e
1 Sir Wm. Tuyll served during part of the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in tlie Netherlands
Helder, in 1799; and in Portugal, Spain, and Wulcheren, in IBOS and 9, as Aide-de-camp to the |ireteril
Marquis of Anglesey. Sir William has received the War Medal witli one clasp for Sahagun and Senevenle.
2 Capt. Peddcr served with the 58th in New Zealand, and was present at the aitack. and repulse of tl.e
enemy on the settlement and stockades of Wanganui 19th .May 1847, and in the action of the 19th July
;

following.
4 Quartcr-XInster Parry served the
in the hand at the battle of Waterloo.

campaign of 1815 with the 7th Hussars, and was

slightly

C+

wounded

2
I

111134] Sth
5 dI
If
s-s

{Hussars. )

Tji^HS

" Pr'utince virtutls memores."


" HINDOOSTAN."

Harp and Crown.

5 IVears'

Serv.l

69

Full
Pav.

27

24
"

5 ^^-o

r,

lulf
Pay.

"

hfi

.2

ti'5

< -s

'

Lieut. -Colonel.
Frederick George Shewell, Cornet, p 28 Aug. 27 ; Lieut. 6 Sept. 31
P28 Apr. 37 ; Major, p23 Aug. 44 ; Lieut.-Col. P19 Feb. 47.

Major.
Rodolph de Salis, Cornet, vn Dec. 30 Lieut. p28 June, 33
38 ; Major, p19 Feb. 47.

13 July,

S S

26 Apr. 33
P17 Sept. 41
P 8 May 40
Fra. Edmund Macnagliten P27 Oct. 46
Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck P 22 Dec. 46
Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe P 23 May 48
J.C. H. Visct. FitzGibbon P 15 Mar. 50

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Feb. 47
June 51
Dec. 51
Feb. 53

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29 June 43

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Lieutenants.
Joseph Reilly, R.M.
Edward Seager, adj.

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Charles Joseph LongmoreP 30 May 34 P17 Aug. 38 P23


Arth.Jas. iord Killeen.s.P 17 Sept. 39 P 5 Mar. 41 P23
P 30 Mar. 38 P31 Dec. 39 P19
Henry Francis Cust,^ s.
P12 May 43 P 12 Apr. 44 p 27
Edward Tomkinson .
p 11 July 37 P 28 Aug. 40 P 26
George Locliwood ....
17 July 40 P 22 July 45 P 4
James Sadler iVa^lor

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Sir John Brown,i KCH. Cornet, 27 May, 95; Lieid. 17 May, 96; Capt.
1 June, 97 ; 3Iajor, 16 Feb. 09 ; Lieut.-Col. 14 March, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ;
Major-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Liexit.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 8th Hussars, 4 April, 43.

Captains.

5^

Colonel.

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P 23 May 48
P 22 Feb. 50
P 23 May 51
P 27 June 51
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Edward

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Phillips

Clement Walker Heneage


Robert Poore
Riversdale Richard Glyn
George Gooch Clowes
William Mussenden ....

5 Dec. 51
6 Apr. 52
p 11 Mar. 53
P 10 June 63
Pay7naster.'iienTj Duberly, 12 Nov. 47 JE'ms.p28 Sept. 39; Lt. 15 April 42.
Adjiltant.
Lieut. Edward Seager, 5 Oct. 41.
Quarter-Master. James Landers, 29 Nov. 39.
George Anderson, 16 Dec. 45; Assist.-Surg. 12 June 35.
Surgeon.
Assistant-Surgeon. Henry Somers, M.D. 17 Oct. 45.
Veterinary Surgeon. Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 43.
Blue.
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\^Retur7jed from the East Indies, May, 1823.]
expedition
to Soutli America under General Wliitelock
John
Brown
served
on
the
on that to Por1
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~^ John Moore's eipedition to Spain, includins the afi'airs with the French cavalry at Saliagun and Benevente,
o etreat to Corunna, and battle of Corunna. He was afterwards attached to the Portuguese army, and received
five wounds in aclion with the enemy on the 18th Feb. 1811.
He was also attached for five months to a
c division of the Spanish army in Estramadura under General Mendizabel. Sir John has received the War
Medal with three clasps, for Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna.
2 Captain Cust was present at the battle of Maharajpore, and has received the Bronze Star.

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3 Lt.-Col. Grant served in China (Medal) as Etigade-Major to Loid Saltoun, and was present at the assault and capture
of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. He served with the 9th Lancers at Sobraon (niedal) in 1846
and he
commanded the regiment during the greater part of the campaign in the Punjaub in 184^-9, including the passage of the
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6 Major Little, Capt. Humbley, Lts. Hawtrey, French, King, and Head, served in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and
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i? were present at the battle of Sobraon (medal).
Lieuts. Hawtrey, French, and King, served in the Punjaub campaign of
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J2 5; 1848-9, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat
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attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin.
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7 Major Pratt served with the 16th Lancers in the campaign in Affghanistan, under Lord Keane in 1839 and 40, and was
present at the assault and capture of Ghuzncc (medal).
Volunteered with the squadron detached under Brigadier Cureton
^ in advance of the army, to seize the enemy's guns, and secure possession of the citadel of Cabul in August 1839, which was
accomplished. Appointed Major of Brigade with the army of reserve in 1842 and 43.
Served as Asst.-Adjt.-Gen. to the
t! Cav.ilry Division with the army of Gwalior under Lord Cough in 1843-44, and was prcsentat the battle of Maharajpoie
(medal) ; and again in the same capacity in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 ; was present at the cavalry action at Ram,ti
S nuggur 22nd Nov., the passage of the Chenab with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell at Wuzzerabad 1st Dec. 1848
T3 and at the subsequent battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and clasps).
14 Captain Anson and Lieut. Hamilton, served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar (medal) ; the cam>
o paign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battle of Sobraon (niedal) ; and in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, in.^ eluding the passage of the Chenab ;it Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallali and Goojerat
Medal and clasps),
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15 Lt. Francis served with the 16th Lancers at the actions of Buadiual and Aliwal, and as aide-de-camp to Sir Joseph

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Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and clasps).
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24 Comet Mills served with the 9th I^ancers in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, and was present in the battle of Sobraon
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l^'edal).
Also the Punjaub campaign o' 18489, including the Passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and
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1838-9, and was present at the taking of Ghuznec (Medal).

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PENINSULA." "PUNNIAR,"SOBRAON."-." PUNJAUb"*"*

"CHILLIANWALLAH." " GOOJERAT."

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Colonel.

James Wallace Slei^li,' CB. Cornet, Feb. 95 ; Lieut. 29 Apr. 95


25 Oct. 98 ; Maj. 14 June, 05 ; Lt.-Col. 14 Dec. 09; Col. 12 Au"-. 19
Major-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 9th Lancers, 24 Aug. 39'.
John Scott,^ CB. Cornet, p4 May, 15; Lieut. P26 Oct. 15 Cnpt.
Lt.-Colonels.
P28 June, 21 ; Mrijor, p9 Nov. 26; Lieut.- Col. 31 Aug. 30; CoZ. 19 June, 46!
James Hope Grant, CB. Cornet, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieiif. p 26 Feb. 28 CajJt. P 29
May 35; Major, 22 Apr. 42; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 7 June 49; Lt.-Col. 29 Apr. 50.
Mqjors. Archibald Little," Comet, P4 0ct. 31; Lieut, p 31 Aug 32- Capt
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Pay.
Capt.

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P 24 Feb. 37 ; Major, 5 April 50.


William Warner Allen, Cornet, p29 Nov. 39; Lieut. P30 April 41P2 Aug. 44; il/ryor P21 Feb. 51.

Heut.

Captains.

John Rose Holden Rose' P 19 July 31 Pll Jan. 33


P28 Feb. 34 P 1 July 36
Hon. Charles Powys'*
Edward James Pratt''
14 Feb. 28 P 20 Jan. 32
Robert Abercromby Yule^" P 3 July 35 P 26 May 37
P29 Dec. 35 P 31 Aug. 38
William Drysdale^
Oct.HenrvSt. Geo. Anson''' 27 Nov. 35
8 Dec. 38
Wm. Well. W. Humbley 27 Mar. 35 15 Dec. 38
P18
Aug. Fred. Steele
Nov. 41
17 Mar. 43
Josias RogersJohn Coles^' P 2 Sept. 36 p 22 Mar. 39
Pl4 Mar. 45 P 14 April 46
Chai'din Piiilip Johnson
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29 April 42
P 13 July 47
20 Sept. 44
P 2 July 47
P 29 Oct. 47
P

19 Oct. 49
29 April 50

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19 Mar. 47
19 April 50

Lucius John French* ....


Robert William King'' .

John Head*
John Henry King ^' ....
Henry Andrew Sarel ^^
.

Frederick Ellis "


A. Eastfield Wilkinson
Henry Scott
Richard Shaw, R.

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W.WedderburnArbuthnot
Jolin George Willis

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Henry Holden Steward..


Robert Charles Kidd
Charles David Rich ....

7 June 49
7

June 49

May 50

2 Colonel Scott

30 June 37
P14 June 39
P 24 April 42
29 April 42
P 6 Jan. 43
P 13 Dec. 42
P 23 June 43
P 15 Dec. 40
P 23 Jan. 46
P 13 July 47
P 13 Aug. 47
P 1 1 Feb, 48
P12 May 48
3 Apr. 46
P15 Dec. 48
P 15 Mar. 50
P12 Apr. 50
P12 July 50
P17 June 51
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Lieutenants.
Fred. Courtney Trower^
Thomas John Francis '*.
Alexander Hawtrey" ....
Wm. Hamilton,'* adj.
Fra. John M'Farlaue""

May

was present with

42 the French army under Marshal


Gerard, at the siege of Antwerp,
P 1 July 42
in Dec. 1832
and, by permission ol
P 31 May 44 the Marshal, he
accompanied the
23 Oct. 45 troops upon every occasion during
the siege. In Oct. 1838, he was apP 24 Oct. 45
pointed to the command of the ca28 Apr. 46|valry of the Bombay division of the
17 Mar. 47 army of the Indus, as Brigadier;
served in that rank during the
19 Nov. 42 paigns of 1838 and 39, in Scindecamand
P31 Dec. 47 AB'ghanistan, and was present at the
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2 Oct.
P18 Jan.
P 22 Feb.
5 Apr.
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P 27 Feb. 52
Pll June 52
15 Mar. 53

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and capture of Ghuznee


(Medal).
During the latter part
of 1839, he commanded a detached
column, consisting of the whole of
the artillery, (excepting 4 guns,)
the cavalry, and one battalion of infantry: this column was destined
to secure the subjugation of Upper
Scinde, and to co-operate with the
attack

main column und;r

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Cornets.

Sir

Tho. Will-

shire, directed against Khelat.


In
the action a( Maharajpore (medal)

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he com-

a Brigade of Cavalry, as also


at the battle of Sobraon (Medal).

5
commimdcd
Robert Mills^*
8 Oct. 60 Light Dragoons at the forcinga half squadron of the 3rd
of the Khyber Pass and
Fra. Richard Chas. Grant P16 Sept. 51 was also at the relief of Jellalabad, and at the re-capture
Pl3 Feb. 52 ofCabool,mAtrghanistan,in 1812 (medal). Atthebattle
Wm. Cracroft Gordon
of Punniar, near Gwalior, he commanded
the left squadCharles John Heaton Ellis P 16 Apr. 52 ron of the 9th Lancers (medal).
He was also at SobraP
Alfred Stowell Jones. .
9 July 52 n (medal) in 1846; and in the campaign of 1848-9 in
the Punjaub, including the passage
of the Cbenab at
Henry Lavington Payne P 9 July 52 Ramnuggur, and
batUts of Chillianwallah and Goo.
P 16 Dec. .53 jerat
Robert Blair
(Medal and clasps).
Hanson
Ratcliff, 3 Sept. 47 ; JS'h.?. 3 Ap r. 40 ; iif.
Paymaster. Tho.
pI6Auk- 4'"'
Adjutant. izew^. William Hamilton,'* 29 April, 42.
Quarter- Master. Peter House, 12 Nov. 52.
5M7-i/eo?i. Rob.JoyntGordoiiGrant,"'2Jul.41;^.-5'.14F(,'b.28;i/.-J.7Sep.
26
Assistant-Surgeons. William Holmes Jephson,^^ M.D. 12 July 44.
Edward Bailey Tuson, 20 Aug. 44.
Veterinary Surgeon. Richard John Gedaliah Hurford,'" 17 July, 35.
Blue Facings Scarlet. Agent, George Samuel Collyer, Esq.

Capt. Rose

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1 General Sleigh served in Flanders in 1705; in tlie actions in North Holland and t)ie Helder
lOfh and
19th Sept., and 2d and Gth Oct. ITDS). In the Peninsula in 1811 and 12.
Commanded the llth Diuo^oons at
Waterloo, towards the close of whicli the command of the 4th Brigade devolved on him. In ISllT he
ae
companicd his regiment to India, and commanded the Cavalry division at the siege of Bhurtpore in 18''5i:(f"
He has received the War Medal with one clasp for Salamanca.
4 The Hon. Capt. Powys, prior to enterinf; the army, served five years and three montlis in the Roval
entin H.M.S. iitoirfe, at the takine of tlie Jloria Castle, in the Gult of _
Xavy, and was jireseii
Lenanto in }k'>b
He served with the th Lancers in the campaign of 18-18-1) in the Punjiiuli, including the passage "ol "the
Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah ami Goojerat (Medal and clasps).
9 Captain Drysdale served with the 4lh Light Dragoons, and Lient. Trowel with the IGth Lancers
during the campaign in Aft'ghanistan under Lord Keane, and were present al the siege and caiituie
of
Ghuznee (Medal). These officers were also present with the 9th Lancers in the action at Punniar 29lli
Dec. 43 (medal)
at Sobraon (medal) in 184(5; and in the Punjaub campaign of 1SI8-9, including the
passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and clasps).
clasps)
[For Notes 3, 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 23, 24 and 25, see opposite page.
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Lt. Drs. {Hussajs.)
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PENINSULA." " WATERLOO."

Years' Serv.

Colonel.
13

Henrv Beauchamp, Earl Beauchamp,' Cor. 9 July, 1803; Lt. 24 May, 04;
CaptAb Jan. 07 ; Major, 14 May, 12 ; Lt.-Col. 18 June, 15; Col. 24 Mar. 22;
Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. lOtli Hussars, 23 June, 43.
;

Lieut. -Colonels.

William Parlby, Cornet, p 3 Oct. 16 ; Lieut, p 6 May, 24 ; Capt. p 19 Sept. 26


Brevet-Major, '23 Nov. 41 ; Major, p 26 Sept. 45; Lt.-Col. p30 Jan. 46.
Fred. Charles Griffiths, Cornet, 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.
John'Tritton,2 Cornet, 14 Jan. 13; Lt. 14 Aug. 15 ; Capt. 7 Oct. 36 Major,
j

3 Apr. 46; Lieut.-Col. P27 Feb. 62.


3Iajors. John Wilkie, Cornet, p 11 May, 38 ; Lieut, p 29 May, 40 Capt. p 17
May, 44 ; Major, P 21 Feb. 52.
Broadley Harrison, Cornet, p 11 Oct. 39; Lieut. P 7 Sept. 41 ; Capt. p 7 June
44 ; Major P 5 Nov. 52.
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" WATERLOO"" BHURTPORE."

PENINSULA"

Vears'Serv

Colonel.

48

Henry Wyndham," Ens. 27 March 06;

Cajit. 8 June 09; Major, Q Aug.


May 25; Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37;
Lieut.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 11th Hussars, 19 Nov. 47.
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13; Lieut.-Col. 20 Jan. 14;

Half
Pay. Pay.
Full

27

Zf,

James Thomas, rZ
Cai}t. P 9 June,

25

26

Col. 27

Lieut.-Colonel.
Cardigan, Cornet, PBMay, 24; Lieut, p 13 Jan. 25;
Major, p3 Aug. 30; Lieut. -Col. 3 Dec. 30; Col. 9 Nov. 46.

q/"

Major.
v IS June 29; Lieut, p 25 Oct. 33; Capt.
Brevet-Major, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, P24 Dec. 52.

John Douglas, Ensign,

captain.

Captains.

Edmund

P18 Mar. 36

Peel
William Foster

p 17 July
5 Dec. 43 P 26 Sept.
P29 Dec. 43 P21 Apr.
P 5April44 PlOJiily
P30 Mar. 4? P 28 Jan.
PlO Nov. 48 P 14 June

Thomas Yorke Dallas

Wm. G. Baiier

Cresswell

Edwin Adolphus Cook


James Miller

11

May 39

brevetmajor.

40
3 Nov. 46
45
1 Aug. 48
46 P 14 June .50
46 P 25 July 51
48 P31 Dec. 53j
50 P 30 Sept. 53

Lieutenants.
William Ennis,'^ Adj.

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22 Jan. 47
19 Oct. 49

27 Jan. 48
30 May 51
51
53
53

John Inghs

Arthur Wm. Saltmarshe


^o?t.Robt. John Annesley
H. Astley Trevelyan ....
Alex. Roberts Dunn ....
Coleraine Robt. Vansittart

P22 Nov. 50 P 23 Sept.


P16 Sept. 51 P31 Dec.
P17 Oct. 51 P 15 Feb.
P 12 Mar. 52, P 18 Feb.
P17 Aug. 52 P 30 Sept.

53
53

Cornets.
R. R. H. Dungate, R.M.

Roger Palmer
George Powell Houghton.
George Ashby Maddocli

18 July 51
22 Jan. 53

Mar.
22 April
William Daniel Keliy
PlO June
Alfred Wall Gandell .... P12 Aug.
.

Blue.

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53

Paymastej: Joseph Hely,= 1 Dec. 48 ; Bns. 16 Feb. 39; Lieut. 11 Nov. 45.
Adjutant. Liexit. William Eunis,^ 22 Jan. 47.
Qiuirter-Master.
Henry Kauntze, 1 April, 53.
Surgeon. Jolin Burton St Croix Crosse, 16 June, 48; Assist.-Surg. 9 Oct. 40.
Assist-Surgeon. Henry John Wilkin, 13 Jan. 62.
Veterinary Surgeon. John AVilliam Gloag, 29 June, 32.

22

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Agents, Messrs. Cox

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Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Arniit,

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l^Returnedfroin the East Indies, June 1838.]


Lic\it.-General Wyndliam served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 11, and 13, inclu'Hng the
1
aclions of Boleia, Vimiera, Bcnevente, Albuhera, Usagre, Morales de Toro, Vittoria, and tlie Pyrenees.
Served also the campaign of 181.5, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. He has reciived the War Medal
with four clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Albuhera, and Vittoria.
2 Lieut. Ennis served in the 11th Hussars at the siege and rapture of Bhurtpore in I825-C (Medal).
Paymaster Hely served as a captain in the 1st Lancers of the late Anglo-Spanish Legion, in 1)S25 and 36,
and was engaged at the castle of Guevara, the stronghold of the Carl 1st s; and afterwards at Mendegur, Azua,
and heights of Arlaban in Alava on the 10th, I'th, and 18ih Jan. 1836; also at the ])assage of ihe Uruir.ea
on the 28th May, and commanded the squadron which took Passages on that day. Again on the right of
the lines when Alza was attacked ; together with constant skirmishes in front of Vittoria.
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Colonel. i^ Sir Henry John Gumming/ KCH. Cornet, 12 May, 1790 Lt.i
;

9 Feb. 93 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 94 ; Afajor, 25 Oct. 98 ; Lieut-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ;^


Col. 1 Jan. 12; Major-Gen. 4 June, 14; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Gen'd
Nov. 46 ; Col. 12th Lancers, 20 Jan. 37.
Lieut.- Colonels. ^AviaivA Pole,= Cornet, p7 July, 2-5; iiewf. p 19 Sept. 26;
Ccqjt. V 18 Nov. 31 ; Major, v^Q July, 44; Lieut.-Col. p30 March, 47.
Wm. Heathcote Tottenham,^ Cornet, p 13 Dec. 33 ; Lt. P 23 Oct. 35 ; Cajri. i'7
July 43 Maj. p 22 Feb. 50 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 28 May, 63 ; Lt.-Col. 29 July, 58.
Majors. Bsiyid Arthur Mouro,^ Cornet, v2S Dec. 38 ; i^. Pi June 41 ; Capt.
;

May, 46 Major, 29 July, 53.


Lawrence Fyler,'^ Ens. p? Sept. 26; Lieut. PlO July28; Capt. p7 Feb. 34;
Brev.-Major, 19 June, 46; Major, p 7 April, 48.
BREV.-MAJ.
CORNET.
P 1

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Captains.
Thomas G. Alex. Oakes''

to

16 Jan.
21 June
31 Dec.
P 12 Jan.
P 19 June
George Home
Geo. Cha. Selvvyn Durant P 9 Feb.
P 5 Nov.
Arthur W. Williams .
P 25 May
Charles Marr
Chandos Fred. Clifton 10. P 31 May
p 23 Apr.
Edward Fellowes, s.
P

Edw. Burgoyne Cureton'


Jn.De Montmorency Prior
George F. Whittingstall

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41

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35
49
47
48

44
39

3 Sept. 47 P22 Feb. 50


19 Dec. 43 p31 Jan. 51
8 July 51
30 Apr. 46
26 Oct. 49 p 29 Oct. 52
P 28 Aug. 38
25 June 52
7 Jan. 53
9 Nov. 49
29 July 53
2 Oct. 49
29 July 53
25 Oct. 49
P 29 Oct. 47
29 July 53
P 29 Apr. 42
6 Dec. 50

Lieutenants.

George Thomas Gough "


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4 Apr. 46 p 9 June 48
12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of
19 Oct. 49 p 27 Dec. 50 1851-2-3.
P25
3 Lt.-Col. Tottenham served with
23 Nov. 49
Apr. 51
Robert HerbertHeath Jary
the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir
15 Jan. 47 22 Dec. 50 of 1851-2-3.
John Edward Swindley
4 Maj. Monro served with tbe
4 Apr. 51
16 Apr. 46
Andrew GamiBell
12th Lancers iu the Kaffir war 0/
Pll July 51
29 July 53 1851-2-3.
Ralph Slielton Bond
P 1 Aug. 48
5 Maj. Fyler served with the 16lh'
29 July 53
Valentine Baker
Lancers
3 Apr. 46 PlO Dec. 47 ghanistanduring the campaign ia A
Thos. Heatlicote Stisted"
under Lord Keane, in20 Dec. 44 23 Sept. 48 cluding tbe siege and capture of
Robert Hodgson'^
Charles Joseph Harford. P 16 Jan. 46 P 27 Oct. 48 Ghuznee (Medal). Also at thebattU
oi M.'iharajpore (Medal) 29 Dec.
T. C. Belmore St. George"^ P 29 Dec. 46 PlO Nov. 48 1843 and in the campaign on th)
George Thorne Ricketts " P 28 Jan. 48 P 3 Aug. 49 Sutlej in BIS Medal), including Ihi
P24 Dec. 47 P 8 Mar. 50 b.attles of Buddiwal and Aliwal, a
Fred. William Goldfrap
which last he was severely woundc<
22 Dec. 48 P 10 Jan. 51 by a musket shot whilst chargini
Augustus Barton White.
Jeremiah llancocke .... P 17 Jan. 51 p 7 Jan. .'33 with the Squadron he commandei
a large body of infantry with thte
William Wallis King .... P 12 July 50 P 12 Nov. 52 guns
in their front, and which
p 16 Nov. 41 P 26 Jan. 44 broke through and dispersed, beinj
Thomas Penton '^
p 14 June 50 P
1 April 53 the last of the enemy's infantrj
John David Hay Hill

Jolin Kincaid

Lennox

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7
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^a35

17 Oct. 51

P3

Cotterill Scholefield

24 Aug. 52
P21 Sept. 52

P13 May 53
Robert Edward Roe
17 June 53
Arthur Murray, R.
Paymaster. BXayweY T. Walshe.'^S Oct. 48 ; Ens. p28 Aug.38 ; Lt. 31 Dec. 38
Cornet Edward Brown, 18 Oct. 53.
Adjutant.
Quarter-Master. Michael Blake, 18 July 48.
Surgeon. George Northen Foaker, 15 Dec. 45 ; Assist.-Surg. 1 May, 35
Assistant-Surgeons. Christopher Francis Flood, M.D. 31 Jan. 51.
Dudley Clifton AVodsworth, 10 Jan. 51.
\Vetertnary Surgeon. William Thacker, 14 July 47.

oT ^^

which stood their ground for thi


service he received the Brevet
of Major.
Served also in tbe PuB'
jaub campaign (Medal) of 1848-!
with the 3rd Light Dragoons.
;

..

'

Blue

Agent, George Samuel Collyer, Esq.

Facings Scarlet.

Ciiraiiiing served witli the lltli Dragoons in Flanders, and was present in every action tliil
occurred, including tlie sieges of Valenciennes and Uunkirlv ; and battles of Famars and Gateau : also the wintj
I

Sir

Hen. Jolin

Served also two years in the Peninsula, in


in Holland, and that to the Helder in 1799.
of the 11th Light Dragoons, including the action of El Bodon, (wounded by a sabre cut in the smiiij
Salamanca, for wliich latter lie has received the gold medal.
6 Capt. Oakes served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-2-3.
J
an
7 Cupt. Cureton served with tiie lUlli Lancers in the action at Maharnjpore 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal);
ineUiding the battles
witii the 3i'd Liglit Dragoons during- the campiiign of 1845-0 on tlie Sutlej;
.Sobraon,
which
he
has
received
Medal
erne
and
for
a
and
Clasp.
wounded)
Moodkoe (severely
10 Capt. Clifton served with the 9lh Lancers in the campaign on the SuUej in 1846, and was prescnlc

campaign of 1794

command

a\id battle of

e battle of Sobraon (Medal).


runjau
II Lieut. Gough ser%'ed with the 3rd Light Dragoons in India and was present throughout the whole of the
campaign of 18^89, including the action of Kamnuggur passage of ilie Kiver Chcuab battles of Soodoohipore. Cbilliai
wallah, and Goojerat (medal and two clasps). Served also with the ICth Royal Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-2-3, an
commanded the detachments of cavalry with General Cathcart's column at the action of Berea, Dec. 20, 1852.
14 Lieut. Stistcd served the Sutlej campaign of IS-IS 9 with the 3rd Light Dragoons, and was wounded at the battle
ChiUianwallah (Medal and Clasp).
tl

UwSO

Head Quarter* "1


atBirmingliam.J

On
I

l'6th

chacoes and appointmentB,

tlie

tlie

Years' Serv.

51
Full
I

Pay.
j

Half
Pay.

Regiment of Light Dragoons.

Motto, " Viret in JEtcrnum."

139

" PENINSULA" " WATEIILOO."

Colonel.

JUS Hon. Edwuid I'yudar Lygori,' CB. Sub- Lieut. 1 June, 03 Lieut. 7
Nov. 05; Captain, lo Feb. 0 ; Lieut. -Colonel, 27 April, 15; Colonel. 27
April, 22; Major-General, 10 Jan. 37; iif.-G'e/i. t) Nov. 40; Colonel, l?ii\i
Light Dragoons, 2t) Jau. 45.
;

Lieut. -Colonel.

19

^Charles

Edmund

Sept. 40

19

Doherty, Cornet, p 24 Apr. 35 ; Lieut, v fj


Major, p 23 June 48 ; Lieut. -Col. p 12 Oct. 52.

Major.
William Richard Ormsby Gore, Ensign, i'29 Dec. 35; Lieut,
Capt. P 19 May 4G Major, p 12 Oct. 52.
;

12

J an.

37

Cai)t.

''

12 Apr. 3U

Serving at

^^^^ ( ^^'^ -^^'-O ^egf' of Light Dragoons.


LMeerut, Benga
"PRUSSIAN EAGLE" " DOURO"" TALAVERA"" FUENTES D'ONOE
" SALAMANCA " " VITTORI A " " ORTHES " " PENINSULA" " PUNJAUB" "CHILLIANWALLAH" "GOOJERAT."
Years' Serv,

^24Ml7J84if']

The

o
^^ ?
o

.so

Colonel.

54
Full

;o ^

EEl Hon. Henry Murray,' CB. Cornet, 16 May, 00; Lt. 11 June, 01 ; Caj)t
24 Aug. 02; Major, 26 March, 07; ii.-Co^. 2 Jan. 12 ; CoZ. 22 July, 30
i)/a/or-G?e7i. 28 June, 38; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51; Col. 14th Light Dragoo:
18 March 53.
,k?<^.-CoZoe?s. Henry Edward Doherty, 2 CB. Cornet, P31 Dec. 33; Liem
Major, p 22 Oct. 47 ; Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 4g
V 15 July 36
Ccipt. p 17 May 39
Charles Steuart,^ Cornet, 10 Dec. 25; Lieut. p5 Feb. 29; Capt. p9 Nov. 38
Major, P25 April, 48 Lt.-Col. 7 July, 60.
Majors. Wm. Clarke, Qr.-i/ato-, 15 Sept. 37 ; Coniei, 24 April 38; Liem
Capt. p 25 Nov. 42 Major, 23 Nov. 48.
4 Jan. 41
John Hesketh Goddard,' Cor. p 26 July, 39 ; Lt. p 15 Jan. 41 ; CajH. P16 May

45

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303

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= 3

2 c.S.-2'O
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52

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03

Major, 17 Sept. 50.

^'"."juSst:] \5th ( The Kiny^s) Regt. of Lt Drs. {Hussars). [BanSSlit'dra,.


" EMSDORF" " EGMONT-OP-ZEE" " VILLIERS EN COUCHE"
" SAHAGUN" " VITTORIA" " PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
54
full
Pay.

23
24
45
28

25

24

Half
I'ay.

142

16th

The

Queeii's) Regt.

ofLt. Drag. {Lancers).

["''dS'"'

"TALAVERA"" FUENTES D'ONOR" " SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA""NIVE"


" PENINSULA" " WATERLOO" " BHURTPORE" " AFFGH ANISTAN"
"GHUZNEE""MAHARAJPORE.""ALIWAL.""SOBRAON."
Years' Sen-.

Head Quarlersl
at Hounelow. J

17th Regimeyit of Light Dragoons.

" Death's Head," with

Years

the Motto, "

{Lancers.)

Or Glory."

143

144
Years

1st {or Ch'enadier)


Half
Pay. Pay.
Full

LiEUTS.

AND Captains.

Regiment of Foot Guards.

145

'

Regiment of Foot Guards.

1^^ {or Grenadier)

146
Years' Serv

Full

Half

Pay.

Pay,

Adjutants.
2 Capt. Ralph Bradford, 14 Aug. 46.
1 Capt. Cuthbert Georcfe Ellison, 2 Aug. 50.
3 Capt. George Wentworth Alex. Higginson, 5 Dec. 51.

Q uarter-Masters.
2

John Lilley, 8 June, 30.


John Atkinson, 28 Feb. 51.

3iaa

John Payne,8 31 Aug.

15.

Surgeon-Major.

30

James Dennis Wright,

7 Feb.

45

Siirg. 11

May, 32

Assist.-Surg. 11 Nov. 24.

Battalion-Surgeons.
2 Geo. Brown, 26 June, 40 ; Asst.-Surg. 12 Jan. 26 ; Hosp.-Assist. 21 April, 25.
3 Francis Cornelius Huthwaite, 7 Feb. 45; Assist.-Surgeon, 10 Nov. 25; Hosp.Assist. 1

Nov. 23.
Assistant-Surgeons.

2 George Eleazar Blenkins, 13 April, 38.


1 Charles Nicoll, 26 June, 40.
3 James John Marjoribanks Wardrop, 21
Solicitor.

1st

May

41.

John Parkinson, 19 July, 31.

Battalion returned from Portugal, 1828.

2d Battalion returnedfrom Canada, Oct. 1842.


3rf Battalion returnedfrom France, Nov. 1818.
Facings Blue.

Agent, Sir John Kirkland.

War Office, 29th July, 1815.


The Prince Regent, as a mark of His Royal Approbation of the distinguished'gallantry of the Brigade
of Foot Guards in the Victory of Waterloo, has been pleased, in the name and on tlie behalf of His Majesty,
to approve of all the Ensigns of the Three Regiments of Foot Guards having the Rank of Lieutenants, and
that such Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointments to Ensigncies in the Foot Guards, in the
same 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 First, or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards," in commemoration of their having defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guards upon this memorable occasion.

Hon. Major Curzon served


which service he was promoted

as Aide-de-Camp to Sir George Cathcart


to tlie Brevet rank of Major.

in the Kaffir

war

in 1842-3, for

Secretary to Sir Peregrine Maitland.


3 Major Maitland served in the Kaffir war of 1848-7 as Military
1845-0 as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Hardinge, and was
4 Lord Arthur Hay served tlie Sutlej Campaign of
present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal).
during the operations on the Coast of Syria
5 Lord Frederick FitzRoy served under Sir Robert Slopford
in 1840.

Payne served in Sicily in 1806 and 7 in 1808 and 9 in Spain, and present in the actions
He served also the campaigns of
Sahagun Benevente, Lugo, and Corunna subsequently at Walcheren.
was present in the actions of the Pyrenees,
1812 13 14 and 1.5 in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and
battle of Nivelle, action at
Nive,
ol the
siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage ol the Bidassoa and
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, capture of
the Mayor's House, sortie and investment of Bayonne, battles of
received the War Medal
has
He
occupation.
Peronneand of Paris, and subsequently with the army of
with three clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive.
8 Quartermaster

of

Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards.


"

Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT" "TALAVERA"


BARROSA" " PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."

LINCELLES."The
"

Years' Seiv.

147

Coldstream llegiment of Foot Guards.

148

CORNET,
ENSIGN
2d LIEUT. AND LIEUT.
or ensign,

Full

Pay.

Half
Pay.

Lieutenants and Captains,

1
1

2
2
2
2

AND
CAPTAIN.

24 Jan. 40 P 7 Aug. 46
28 Dec. 46
1 May 40
25 Sept. 40 Pll June 47
P
41
April
1 July 47
June 39 23
April 40 Pll June 41 P 13 July 47
May 39 P 27 Aug. 41 P 30 July 47
Oct. 36 25 June 41 p 29 Oct. 47
Dec. 40 P 13 May 42 P 10 Dec. 47
P 30 May 43 p 25 Feb. 48
Dec. 42 P 29 Mar. 44 P 7 April 48
p 2 Aug. 44 P 6 Sept. 44 P 25 April 48
William Gregory Dawkins
P 8 Aug. 45 P 23 June 48
Hylton JoUitTe
6 May 42 p 1 Sept. 48
18 Jan. 39
Clement William Strong
P 27 Mar. 46 p 27 April 49
UUick Canning Lord Dunkellin
p 11 Oct. 39 P 30 Dec. 42 p
1 May 46
Charles Townshend Wilson
p 7 June 44
22 Dec. 45 P 1 June 49
Ho/j.ArthurE.Hardinge,- 5
P 8 May 46 P 27 June 51
Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton
21 Aug. 51
i/on. Percy RobertBasilFeilding,!?;.'p 8 Aug. 45 p 7 Aug. 46
P29 Dec. 46 P 22 Aug. 51
Reeve
William Henry
P31
Pll
Eliot,*.
June
47
C.Cornwallis
Oct. 51
Granville
Tfort.
2 July 47 P 29 April 53
Charles Baring
P 3 May 44
27 Mar. 46 15 Mar. 53
John Halkett Le Couteur
2 Apr. 47 P 13 July 47 P 27 May 53
Henry Montolieu Bouverie
P 30 July 47 p 13 Dec. 53
Henry Army tage

f-ZS
Charles Lygon Cocks
p 29
Poulett G. H. Somerset
James Charles Murray Cowell ....
p 7
James Halkett, s
pIO
Dudley Wilmot Carleton
17
Lord Aug. Charles Lennox FitzRoy
,p21
Charles Sedley Burdett
Francis ^yilliam Newdigate,rtd;<teM!!J 30
Lionel Daniel Mac Kinnon
S'tr Geo. Ferd. Radziwill Walker, i;.P 27

1
2

LIEUT.

July 38
Mar. 39

2
1

2
2

1
1

2
1

1
1

2
2
1
1

Ensigns and Lieuts.


2 Hon. Henry William John Byng
2 Arthur John Bethell Thellusson.
1 Horrace William Cust
2 Philip

2
2
2
2
1

2
1

. .!

Sambrook Crawley

2 Mar. 47

Sir James Dunlop, Bart


Gerald Littlehales Goodlake
Frederick Henry Ramsdcn
George, Lord Bingham

Percy Scawen Wyndham


1 Edward Amelius Disbrowe
1 Arthur James Fremantle
2 Cavendish Hubert Greville
1 Michael Walker Heneage

14 June 50
14 July 47
29 Dec. 48

17 Jan. 51

p
|

Harvey Tower

Hon. William Henry Wellesley


Hon. Robert Drummond Hay

.
.

27 Aug. 47
10 Dec. 47
P
7 April 48
P 23 June 48
P 27 April 49
P 27 June 51
Pll July 51
P14 Oct. 51
P21 Nov. 51
P 23 July 52
P

....

'

17 Aug. 52

31 Dec. 52
p 12 Mar. 52
18 Feb. 53
p
29 April 53
10 Dee. 52
p 10 June 53
Pl3 Dec. 53
P

Adjutants.
2 Captain Francis William Newdigate, 2 March 49.
1 Capt. Hon. Percy Robert Basil Feilding, 8 Oct. 50.
Q unrter-Masters.
2 Arthur Hurle, 13 Feb. 52.
1 Alexander Falconer, 1 July 53.
1

Surgeon-Major.
James Monro, M.D. 20 Feb. 53 ; Surgeon, 4 April 51

Assis.-Surg. 2 Nov. 32,

Battalion-Surgeon.
2 Joseph Skelton, M.D. 20 Feb. 53 ; Assist.-Surg. 2 Sept. 45.
Assistant-Surgeons.
Frederick Wildbore, 4 April 51.
1
2 John Wyatt, 17 June 51.
Solicitor. W'Miam George Carter, 29 Jan. 24.
Facings Blue Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[\st Battalion returned from France, July, 1814.]
[2fZ Battalion returned from Canada 29</t Oct. 1842.]
as Aide-de-c.imp to Lord Hardinje throughout the campaign on the
and was present in the liatUes of Muodkee, Ferozesliah, and Sobraon, for wliich he has
clasps.
two
and
received a Medal
<>

The Hon. Captain Hardinge served

Su"tlej in 1845-0,

^-

iiicots

UNCELLES"

-The

.Fusilier

149

Guards.

the words, " EGYPT" "TAI.AVKIIA."" B.VUnOSA"


PKNINSULA" " WATERLOO."

"Si>lii/ii-r," willi

"
Years' Scrv

17
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

His Royal Highness George W.

Colonel.
F. C. Dake

of Cainbridge, KG.

Colonel, 3 Nov. 37 ; Mnjor-Gencral, 7 May, 45


lier Guards, 23 Sept. 62.
Lieut. -Colonel.

40

Ileiirv Colvile,

Co/.

PG

Ens. v2d Dec. 13; Lt.

July, 30;

Major

&c

&

GCMG

Colonel of the Scots Fusi-

Capt. & Lieut.


25 March 53.

Capt. pG Nov. 17

Col. i'31 Dec. 44; Lt.-Col.

i'

3I(tjors.

Henry, Lord Rokeby,' Ens. 21 April 14; Lieut. & Cfipt.P 12 Juue, 23 ;
Capt. & Lt.-Col. P 21 Sept. 32; Col. 9 Nov. 4 3faj. & Col. P 28 June, 50.
2 George Dixon, Ens. & Lieut. p20 Jan. 20 Capt. p 8 April, 2G Capt. Sc Lieut.
Col. P20 May, 36; Col. 9 Nov. 4G ; 3IaJor & Col. p25 Mar. 5^.

40

<!!3a

34

Captains and Lleut.-Colonels.


En.^. P18 Julv, 22; Lieut. PlO Sept. 25; Capt. p12
Dec.2G; il/fyor, p 11 Oct. 31 Lieut. -Col. p 20 May, 3G ; Col. 9 Nov. 40.
George Moncrieffe, Ens. & Lieut. PS April, 2G; Lieut. & Capt. pG July, 30;
Capt. & Lleut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40; Col. 11 Nov. 51.
Edward Walter Forestier Walker, Ens. & Lieut, p 8 Jlar. 27 ; Lieut. & C'y;<.
P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. k. Lleut.-Col. pG Dec. 44.
Sir Charles John James Hamilton, Bart. Ens. & Lieut. p5 June,. 27;
Lieut. & Capt. pG Jan. 32
Ca2>t. & Lleut-Col. P31 Dec. 44.
Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, Ens. & Lieut. p30 Aug. 31 Lieut. & Capt.
P 1 July 36 ; Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 40
Capt. & Lleut.-Col. p3 Nov. 47.
Arthur Edw. Onslow, Ens.k. Lieut. Pll Jan. 33 Lieut. & Capt. p 10 Nov. 37
Capt. & Lleut.-Col. pIO Dec. 47.
James Hunter Blair, Ens. and Lieut. P 24 April 35 Lieut, and Capt. p 9
Nov. 38
Capt. & Lleut.-Col. p 31 March, 48.
Charles Francis Seymour,^
Ens. Sc Lieut. p5 June, 35; Lieut. & Capt.
P23 Nov. 38; Capt. & Lleut.-Col. p 1 Aug. 48.
William John Ridley, Ens. & itcK^. p 19 June 35; Lieut. & Capt. p24 May
39; Capt. & Lleut.-Col. p24 Nov. 48.
i/o. Charles Grantham Scott, JE^w*. & i/e!/^. p 12 Feb. 3G; Lieut. & Capt.
P 1 Nov. 39
C7jf. & Lleut.-Col. p 10 April, 49.
Charles Tyrwliitt, /). p 1 Aug. 34 Ens. & Lieut. P 20 Feb. 36; Lieut, k.
Capt. P 15 Nov. 39; Capt. & Lleut.-Col. pG July 49.
Edward John Stracey, Em. k Lieut, p 3 June, 3G ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 Feb.
40; Capt. k Lleut.-Col. p 24 May, 50.
Francis Seymour, Ens. p2 May, 34; Lieut. PIG June, 37; Capt.
P4 Sept. 40; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. p28 June, 50.
Lord James Charles Plantagenet ISIurray, Ens. k Lieut. PiGMay, 37;
Lieut, k Capt. p 1 July, 42
Capt. k Lleui.-Col. p5 Nov. 50.
Charles Assheton Fitz-Hardinge Berkeley,^ Ens. v -27 May, 36 Lieut. P 1-2
Aug. 37; ZiVM^. &: Crt;;!^.P14 April, 43; Brevet-Major, \o Sei)i. 48 Capt.

32

2 George

28

27

27

23

Morton Eden,

21

10

19

19

18

20

18

.;.

20

17

18

k
17

13 Dec. 50.
Hon. John Hamilton Elphinstone Dalrymple, Ens. k Lieut. PlO Nov. 37
Lieut, k Cajit.vdl Dec. 44; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p25 Mar. 53.
Lleut.-Col.

1 Lord Rokeby sorved the campaisnof 181.5, includine: the battles of Quntre Br:is and Walx^rloo.
3 Lieut.-Colonel Seymour served a3 senior Aide-de-camp to Lieut. -Gen. Sir Gs-or^e Berkeley throus-liout
the operations in KatVrariu in 1810-7. Also as Military Secretary to Sir George Calhc;irt in the Kaffir war
in 1842-3.
4 Lieut.-Colonel Berkeley was Military Secretary to Lieut. -Gen. Sir Georce Rorkelcy during the surc.'s<;rul
operations against the Kaffirs in 1847.

150

Scots Fusilier Guards.


I

Full

Hall

Pay. Pay.

Lieutenants and
Captains.

cornet,
ENSIGN
2d LIEUT.
AND LIEUT,
OR ENSIGN.
3 Aug. 30

17

11

12
13
17
11
8

10
8
13

13

26 Oct. 41
21 Mar. 45

AND
CAPTAIN.

21 Sept. 32 p 12 Aug. 37.


25 July 37 P 13 Jan. 43
1 Nov. 39 P14 Feb. 45
P 19 Feb. 41 P 2 Oct.
46
P 21 May 41
30 Sept. 47
P 7 Oct. 42 P14 May 47
P 13 Jan. 43 PIO Dec. 47

16
13
14
14

LIEUT.


1st (

The Royal) Regiment of Foot.

151

In the
Collar of St. Andreio, and the Croivn over it.
The Sphinx,
second colour the Thistle 8f Crown. " St Lucia." " Egmont-op-Zee."
" St. Sebastian"
" Salamanca"
" Vittoria"
"Egypt" "Corunna" " Busaco"

The King's Cypher within the

"Nive" "Peninsula" "Niagara" "Waterloo" "Nagpore" " Maheidpoor" " Ava."

Years

Years' Serv.

152

ist (7Vie

Royal) Reghneiit of Foot.

Full Half

Pay Pay.

LlEUTiXANTS.

Geo. Gwavas Carlj on


Frederick Carter, ^rf;
Frederick Wells, r

Thomas Henry Breedon

7 Sept.
17 Dec.
12 Oct.
og Oct.

.... p

41
41
41
41

2 J. Al. Gavin Campbell, d.pm.\ p 2 Aug. 42


1 Richard George Coles
p 3 May 44
|

2 William James Gillum ....lpl4Feb. 45


2 George Taaffe
p 19 Dec. 4.5
2 Wm. Fortescue Scott
15 July 43
2 Henry Francis Bythesea.. . p 26 Sept. 45
!

2 George Rowland
2 HenryWhichcoteTurner^rfJ.'
2 Bingham H. Edw. Muller ..
1 John Alexander Chrystie..
2 Theobald M'Kenna, d. adj.

30 Nov. 46
30 Mar. 47
29 Dec. 46
2 July 47
2 Feb. 49
1 Frederick Aus'ustus Smith
1 June 49
2 Edw.T.St.LawrenceMccGwirej ? 19 Oct. 49
1 Charles Edmondstone Kirk
p
5 Nov. 47
1 Henry Hawley Smart
20 Oct. 49
2 William Bellew
p 16 Feb. 50
2 Montagu Adam Henry Leggel p 15 Mar. 50
1 Wm. Fred. John Rudd .... p 22 Nov. 50
p 17 Jan. 51
1 Rupert George Brady
"
P 27 Oct. 48
2 Thomas Rowland.
William
1
Spicer Cookworthy P 14 Mar. 51
p

';

'

'

'

29 Dec. 43
23 Feb. 44
2 Aug. 44
P19 May 43
Pll Apr. 45
P 14 May 47
P 2 July 47
P 3 Sept. 47
18 Feb. 48
P 2 Feb. 49
P15 Nov. 50
P21 Feb. 51
14 Mar. 61
20 July 51
p 19 Mar. 52
p 30 Apr. 52
p 21 May 52
P 2 Jan. 52
p 6 July 52
P16 Feb. 53
p 19 Mar. 53
P 27 May 53
p 3 June 53
4 Mar. 53
P 18 Oct. 53
P
P

EXSIGNS.
P 17 June 51
Charles Hurt
P 16 Sept. 51
1 Fred. Harry Hope
1 Fred. Pritzler Muller
17 June 51
1 Jas. Archibald Ruddell Todd P17 Apr. 52
4 Dr. Knox was actively employed during
2 Richard Llewellyn Williams P 14 May 52
the rebellion in Canada in 1837, 38, and 39,
P 21 i\Iay 52
2. Edward Andrew Stuart
and was present in sole medical charge of
P 11 June 52 the troops in the action of St. Charles.
2 Thomas John Gregory
2 Philip George Coney
9 July 52
P14 Sept. 52
2 Alexander W. Low

George Roe Fenwick


John Martin Brown
Richard Abraham Manners
Morgan James O'Connell

23 Nov. 52
22 Apr. 63
1
12 May 53
P 27 May 53
1
P
2 CharlesJoshuaTuffiiellOakef
10 June 63
P 18 Oct. 53
2 Nicholas Ogle Moore Vize
P 13 Sept. 63
2 James William Hassell
1

12

^'"'-

'Dep-ofa?T"nT;.'nor"

'''']

2nd ( The

Quceii's

Royal)

Recjt.

of Foot.

153

Pasclitil La>nl/," \\\l\i tlic iiiottos " I'l-istinicvu-tiit is iiicmvi;" and " }'c! r.t uvitc triiiiiipjiant." The
Q,Hicu'sC!/i>li(r within the Garter, liuving the Crown over it. On the Grenadiers' Caps, t lie Kinr/'s Crest and
the (^it//'i- Ci/pher and Crown ; and on the Drums tlie Queen's Ci/phrr. Tlie l<]//tin.r, with the w.rds

The

" EGYPT" "VIMIKRA""CORUNNA" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORI A" " PYRENEKS"


^'IVELLK" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "Al'I'GIiAiNISTAN""GHUZNEE""KHELAT."

Colonel.

Sir John Rolt,' KCB., KC. Ens. 7 March 00; Lf. ] June 01 ; Capt. 5 Sept.
05; il/i. 25 Nov. 13; Lt.-Col. 2 Nov. IG
Col. 10 Jan. 37; Maj.-Gcn.
Co^. 2iul Foot, 29 Aug. 53.
9 Nov. 4G
Stanhope William Jcplison,- Ens. p 26 Nov. 30; L\eut.^'\Q
Lieut. -Colonel.
Feb. 36; Capt. P28 Dec. 41 ; Major, 4 Aug. 48; Lt.-Col. 1 July 53.
Majors. Thomas Weston Eastbrook Iloklswoith/ Ens. i'15 Jan. 36; Lieut.
V 14 Dec. 38 ; Capt.
10 Aug. 42 ; Major, 17 June 51.
Oliver Robinson,'' Ens. 5 Oct. 20; Lieut. 24 Jan. 25; Cajyt. p 19 Feb. 36;
Brev.-Maj. 13 Nov. 3i); Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 5 1 Maj. 2 Sept. 53.
;

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The King's Oivn) Regt. of Foot.

155

" The Lion of England " " CORUNNA " " BADAJOZ" " SALAMANCA " " VITTORIA"
" ST. SEBASTIAN " " NIVE " " PENINSULA " " BLADENSBURG" " WATERLOO."

Colonel.

5th Becjt. of Foot {Nor thumherland Fusiliers)

156

[^'"'""|fji^J,^,".""''"''

" Quo Fata Vacant," surmounting St. George and the Dragon. On the corners of tlu 2ncl colour itie
Kose and Crown; onthc en;)* ^//cKiiig's Crest also St. George killinpr the Drapon. "TVILHELMSTAHL"

" ROLEIA" " YIJIIKRA" " CORUXNA" "BUSACO" " CIUDAD


;

"

RODRIGO" " BADAJOZ"


SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA" " NIVELLE" " ORTHES" " TOULOUSE " " PENINSULA."

Veal's'

Serv.

56
Hun
Pay

Colonel. \i Sir John Grey,' KCB. Ens. 18 July, 98; Lt. 8 May, 99; Capt.
31 Oct. 03; Major, 27 Nov. 00; Lieut.-Col. G Feb. 12; Col. 22 July, 30;
Major- Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 Col. 5th Fusiliers, 18 May, 49.
Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy, Ens. p 23 Sept. 24
Lieut, p 12
i(ef.- Co/.
June 28 Capt. P29 Dec. 37 Maj. 20 July 47 Lleut.-Col. p 21 May, 50.
Majors. Wc.nry V. F. Johnson, Ens. 22 Nov. 36; Lieut, p 23 April 39;
Ca})t. P 20 Jan. 43 ; Major, p 5 Oct. 49.
Walter Craufurd Kennedy, Eiis. 27 Oct. 31 ; Lt. 10 Nov. 34; Capt. p 21 Feb.
40; il/r/Jor, P21 May, 50.
;

29 May
26 Oct.
20 Sept.
26 May
8 April 34
P17 Jan. 40 ^ 30 Dec.
9 Jan.
27 Dec. 42
20 Jan. 32

P23 April 39
P24 May 39

AVilliam Chester Master


.

Grilfin Nicholas

captain, bkev.-maj.

2d LIEUT.

Captains.
James Egbert Simmons^
George Bryan Milman

j
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John Wallace Colquitt . .1


Ferdin. Win. L'Estrange
William Lyons
Arthur Watson Palmer..
John Swaine Hogge ....
Garthshore Stirling Home

35

41

42
36
42

46

|
I

15 Jan. 41

Lieutenants,
Arthur England Johnson
John Henry Chads ....
Francis Henry Pender
George John Stewart.
.

Cliarles Carter

Albert Ernest Ross, Adj.

John Flood

Wm.

Ileniy Petty Mcara


Piobert Le Murchant Gray
I

15 April 40

12 Sept. 43

23 July 41
29 Dec. 46

"

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KOLEIA"
COKUNNA"
"PYRKNfc:ES""NIVELLE""ORTHES" "PENINSULA" "M AGAR !."
"The

caps,

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Warwickshire) Regt. of Foot. 1 57 1

\st

three corners of the second colour, " TJic Hose nntl


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Kinr/'s (Yi^" "
" VIJIIERA"

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Colonel.
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Henry James Riddell,' K.II. Ens. March, 98 Lieut. 19 April, 98 Copt. 24* = f | - f ^
Dec. 02; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 4 juue, 13; Colonel, 22 July, 30 ;f| =1 3=
3
Hull
Major-Gen. 'iU Nov. 41 ; Zt.-Gcm. 11 Nov. ol ; to/. 6tli Toot, 25 June, 51. r||"^||s.
Piiv.
-"Lieutenant-Colo7iel.
^ S: ? 2. 1 7 g
Y'Jjohn Michel,- CB. Ens'ign,
3 Apr. 23; i/V(/^. p 28 Apr. 25; Capt. i'12^K^p^3?
Dec. 20 Major, G Mar. 40 ; Lieut.-Col. 15 April, 42.
? 3 a <= g" 2. ?
il/fl/or*. Andrew Armstrono: Barnes,^ Ensign, 21 Julv, 25; Lieut. 28 May,? S i^ 2 S-o.
Capt. 1 July, 30; Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 40; Major, 19 June, 48.
29
5o " ^S * ^
'Robert W. Macleod Frascr.^i'ns. 5 July 33; Lt. p 17 July 35 ; Capt. p 15 April ^i- 2. S.^^." S*
-
42 Major, v2(i Dec. 51.
ENSIGN.
HEUT.
CAPTAIN. BREV.-MA.r.
Captains.
Morris James Hall
15 Mar. 33
7 Jan. 36 \v \ Nov. 42
J. Elphiuston Robertson^ p8 April 37 p21 June 39 ip27 Oct. 43
ohii Craven Mansergh''
26 Nov. 30
11 July 34
31 July 46 28 May 53 3
Edward Staunton
17 May 31
4 Dec. 34 31 July 46
Edward James lilanckley" 22 May 35 17 Jan. 38
7 Aug. 46

Years' Sorv.

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20 Mar. 40 p 28 Dec.
p21 July 43 P 10 June
8 Aug. 45 P12 Nov.
p 2 May 45
29 Jan.

[\Vm. Albert Stratton

{George Grant Webb''


Henry Pratt Gore''
Richard Thomi)son'"
Charles Parker Catty"
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Lieutenants.

44

30 Mar 49

24 Sept
46 26 Nov, 52
47 :p 1 July 53
47 |p 26 Aug. 53
41

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Thompson

Capt;

10

served

ith the
h Re
the
Kaflir
Apr. 42
31 July 46 War of I816-7, Also in that of
p
June 46 P 7 Apr. 48 1851-2-3 was present at
operaAug. 46 P30 Mar. 49 tions iu the Waterkloof 1 Sept.
1851 and in March 1852
July 46
26 Dec. 51 ceived a complimentary letter from
P 12 Nov. 47 P
26 Dec. 51 Sir Harry Smith %thile in command
p 7 Apr. 48 P16 Jan
^2 iof Fort Grey, for recapturing with
mall party a number of
p 18 Apr. 51 P
6 July 52|y;ju en by the enemy from the
11 Apr. 51 P 9 July 52 Govern ent train.
L, uls. Gore and M-Cleland,
3 Nov. 46
24 Sept. 52
vson, and Assist. -Surgeon
26 Dec. 51 P26 Nov. 52 J2
Bindon erred in the Kaffir War
P23Jan. 52 P 15 Feb. .53 |of 1846-7. Also in that of 1851-2-3.
14 Qr.-Master Croker served with
? 24 Jan. 52
P
1 July 53
the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir War of
p 13 Feb. 52 P
26 Aug. 53!i3"iB-7
in that of 1851-2.
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9
28
28

E. Elkiugton, d. adj.

W. Lee,"rtrf. Q-M.2dJune44
Edward Lloyd''

Appleby Spoor^
Edwin Grogan
Robert Unw in
Fra.Wni.Hy.M'Cle]and'=
Nicliolus

6
3
3
8
3
2
2
2

1
1
1

Ensigns.
John Dawson'John L. Otway Mansergh

tl

Surgeon Pratt

15

2^j

served

43.

lAdjufant. Lieut. William Lec,'^ 23 July 46.

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Lifut.-Gcn. RiJdill served as Dt inily-Assist.-Quamr-JlahUT-Generul iil (he captiac f CoprnhaKCn in


1B07 ; and as Assijtant-Quarler-Ma--te;-Genirai on ihc eiistein coast of Jf|ain and at Gtnoii, with Ihe army
under Lord William Uentinck.
2 LieuL-Col. Michel was nominated a C.U. after the termination of ihcKalf.r war in It'oS, in consideration of his di.'itii'guithi d seriicus in tl e Kaflir wars of I84U-7 and of 18bl-2-3.
3 Majui Barnesservtd in the K,.fiir War of 1852-3.
4 Major Fra-cr acted a.~ siatl' olticcr to a detachment sent from Bomba.v in 1S37 .lyainst the rebds in
Canara. He ser\'cd al.-o in the Kaffir war of 1846-4T.
Captain Robertson served with the (iih Regt. in the Kaffir War of 1851-2-3 commanded the i:.fi.nlry
consisting o! ihne companies of the Clli, and one company of the 73rd Rcgts. at the cngagiment of the
Iluomah Pass in the Amatola mounlaii s 24ih Dec. 1850 (horse shot), and also in Ihc skirmii-h on the followin;: day betwi en the Keiskama Hoi k and Fort While, when a lart:e 1 oJy of KaDirs w< re defeated with
grtat loss(nn'nlii.ncd in pcr.eral orders}. Commanded the Ulli Regt. on the 6th Fib. whenatlckcd by a
large force of Kaffirs between Fort Cox and Fort White, at which lime a hundred of Ihe enemy were
.Ap)i .intcd Commandiinl of Pi rl i:ii/;.bclh and the d:slrict if
killid (nienli.^ned iu general orders).
I'iienhagc ill March leSl, and was placed in commana of 300 levies and loO mounted burghers for the
purpose of keeping ihe Zuurberg mountains clear of the enemy, and also the keeping open the communication between Port Jilizabelh, and Graham's Town. Was engaged ir. Sivcral minor afl'airs with the
memy from the above lime to Ihe close of the war in March It-SS.
[For Notes 11 and 10 see preceding page.]

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Surgeon. Egerton James Piatt,'' 7 Jlay 52; A.-isist-'Surg. 11 June 41.
Henry Vereker Bindon,'^ 12 June 46.
..issisCant-Surgeons.
Win. Fred. Torcato Ivey, CO May 45.
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the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir War of


28 May 52
1852-3.
p 9 July 52
8 Capt. Webb served with the Left Wmg of the
Lewis Blyth Hole
3 Dec". 52 yueen's Royals during the campaign of 1844 and 45 in
W. C. F.Burlton Bennett, P 17 Dec. 52 the Southern Conean and Sanant Warree Country, including the storming of several stockades, and the in,Thomas FoUiott Powell.. 'p 18 Feb. 63 vestment and capture of the Forts of aionohur and
P 22 Ajdil 53 Munsuntush.
Henry Parkinson ...,
13 Lieut Lee served with the Royal Marines at the
P 8 July 53
John Edward Tewart.
_ (jp
capture of the Island of Carabusa, together with several
5..,
Oswald William Every
-U Aug. 00 piratical vessels in its harbour, in 1828-9.
Sydney James Timbrell,"' 9 May 51 ; Ens. 27 May 42 ; Lieut.
\Payniastcr.

2
2
2
2

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Walter Tyler Eartley
William Grove A nnesley
Richard Henry Goodwin
William Pitt Prest

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Frederick William Gore'-

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1th Regt of Foot, {Royal Fusiliers.
[a^Ml^cS"
In the centre of the colours, The " Rose" within the ''Garter" and the " Crown" over it.
"
And in the corners of the second Colour, The
White Horse."
"Martinique"
" Salamanca"
"Talavera"
"Badajoz"
"Albuhera"
" Vittoria"
"Pyrenees" "Orthes" "Toulouse" " Peninsula."

60

8^A ( The King's) Regiment of Foot.


[*"^*S^*,?f^^']
^t'ti^Ip"''']
The " White Horse" on a red ground within tlie "Garter," and the " Crown" over it.
In the three corners of the second colour, the " Royal Cypher and Crown." " Nec
aspera terrent." The " Sphinx," with the words " EGYPT ' " MARTINIQUE"

" NIAGARA."

Colojiel.

Sir Gordon Drummond,' GCB. Eiis. 21 Sept. 1789; Lt. 31 Mar. 91 ; Capt. 31
Jan. 92 ; Maj. 28 Feb. 94 ; Lt.-Col. 1 March, 94 ; Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Maj.-Gen.
Full Half
Pay. Pay.
1 Jan. 05 ; Lt.-Gen. 4 June, 1 1 ; Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Col. 8th Foot, 24 Apr. 46.

65

33

Lieut. -Colonels.
Sept. 18 Lieut. 1 Oct. 20; Cupt. v 1 Oct
25; Brevet-M(ijor,-2%5vinem; Major, V'2\j Oct. 41 ; i^.-Coi. p 16 Dec. 45.
JoTin Longficid, Ens. p 23 June 25; iieMM' 26 Sept. 26; Ca^^ p 30 Jan. 35 ;
Major, V 19 Nov. 44 Lieut. -Col. 3 Apr. 40.
Majors. Edward Harris Greatlied, Ens. p 22 June, 32; Lieut. P 10 May, 33;
Capt. P 27 Apr. 38 ; Maj. p 3 Apr. 46.
James Croft Brooke,* Ens. p31 Oct. 31 Lieut. 2 Sept. 33; Capt. 31 March,
46 ; Major, p 2 Oct. 49^

Henry Winchcombe Hartley, Ens. 10

rHead Quarters

160
The

at

VITTORIA.

FEROZESHAH," "SOBRAON.'

Years' Serv.I

Fermoy.

LAMANCA,"
MOODKEE,"

figure of

Colonel.
Sir James Archibald Hope," KCB. ^?i*. 12 Jan. 00; i^. 3 June,
01 ; Cnpt. 18 Feb. 06; Mfijor, 6 March, 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13; Col. 22
July, 30; Mnj.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 Lf.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Co?. 9th F. 18 Feb. 48.
;

Zif.

-Co/. Arthur Borton,- Ens.

13 July 32

Lt. p3 April 35

dipt. 30 Julv

4] ; Brev.-Maj. 3 April, 46; 3Iaj. p19 Sept. 48 ; Lt.-Col. p 10 June 53.


il/ryor*. Charles Elmhirst,^ ^*. p 14 Aug-. 35 ; Lierit. p 17 Oct. 37; Capt.
22 Dec. 45 ; Major, p 8 June 52.
Frederick D. Lister,^ ^ws. 16 Sept. 36; Lt. p 22 Feb. 39; Crt;;!f. p 14 Apr. 46;
Major, P 10 June 53.

19

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Years
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a o a

lOtk ( Tkc NoHk LhlColushire) Regt. of F00t.[


Umbluah' 1 161
The " Sphinx;' with the words, " EGYPT"" PENINSULA""
SORR
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^^"'"-^^^

Ind^. ApAl, 1842.]

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-" PUNJAUB"-"MO0LTAN"-<'G0OJERAT."

Colonel. }S^ Sir Tliomas JI'Mahon,' Bt. KCB. Ens. 2 Feb 97


Lt
Capt. 8 Oct. 03 Major,
Nov. OG ; Lieut. -Col. 4 Jlay 09 -'col
Moj.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; i^.-.. 28 June, 38 Col. lOth
Foot,
Lieat. -Colonels. Thomixs Ilarte Franks,^ CB. Ens.i'l
July '^5

24 Oct 99

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28 Sept. 47!
Lieut P26

^/^y<>/-,"'2!)Dec.43; i^.-CW.~.'28 March, 45.


<^/^f- ''\,^^f,'--f9;
\\iniam Henry
Chas. Uellesley, Ens. p 29 June, 30: Lieut. p5
Oct 32- <?jjif
P 17 Jan. 40
Mfgor, p 14 April 48 Lieut.-Col. p 3 Nov 48
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April, 42

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Capt. P2G

^"^"45?""'] nth{The North Devonshire)Regt.of Foot.


60
Full
Pay.

41

Half
Pay.

'dTp'. a1

^in^hTsfet?

"Salamanca" " Pyrenees'' "Nivelle" " Nive" "Orthes" "Todi.ou8k"


"Peninsula."
Colonel.
P Sir John Wilson,' KCB. Ens. 26 Mar. 1794; Lieut. 12 Aug. 96; Capt. 18
Jan. 99; Major, 21 May, 1802; Lieut.-Col. 22 Dec. 08; Col. 4 June, 14;
Moj.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. lltli Regt. 1 May, 41
Lieut.-Colonel.
5124 Henry Keane Bloomfield,^ Ens. 30 Sept. 13 ; Lieut. P 7 Aug.
17 ; Capt. P 1 April, 24 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38 ; Major, P26 Feb. 41

Lieut.-Col. P27 June, 45.

44

28

36

Majors.}^ John Casemir Harold,^ j;?i*. 25 Sept. 06 ; Lt. 28 May, 07 ; Capt.


16 Feb. 15; Brevet- Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 6 Nov. 41 ; Brevet-Lt.-Col.
11 Nov. 51
John Singleton, Ens. p17 June, 26; Lieut. P31 Dee. 27; Capt. p15 Feb. 39;
Major, P27 June, 45.

b. Emb. for
Sen. Nov.

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the words, " EGYPT," "MARTINIQUE," "AVA,""AFFGHANISTAN," "GHUZNEE'
A Mural Crojivi, superscribed " JELLALABAD," "CABOOL, 1842."

The "Spliinr," with

Colonel.
(JO

William Maynard Gomm,' KCB. Ens. 24 May, 94; Lieut. 1(


; Capt.2b June, 03 ; Major, 10 Oct. 11 ; Lieut.-Col. 17 Aug. 12; Col
Pay
IGMay, 29; Maj-Geii. lOJan. 37 ; Lt.-Geii. 9 Nov.4G; CoZ. 13th, 10 Mar. 46
Lieut.-Colonel.Chavles Stuart, ^h*. p30 Dec. 26 Lt. p 31 Dec. 28 ; Lieut. &
Capt. P 16 July, 32 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 15 April, 45.
il/ryor*. Alex.Essex F. Holcombe,^^/;*. p3 Dec. 30; Lieut. 12 Sept. 34; Cap^
22 July, 42 ; Major, p 9 Aug. 50.
Hollo Gillespie Burslem,^' Ens. 13 April 32 Lieut, p 27 Mar. 35 ; Capt.20 Dec.
42 Major, p 8 Nov. 50^
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CAPTAIN.

Captains.

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13 Jan. 42
5 Aug. 28 P22 June 32
13 April 31 P 16 Jan. 35
2 Aug. 42
George King''
30 June 43
12 April 31 P 21 Aug. 35
John Stewart Wood,^ s.
P
23 May 45
28 Dec. 32
Hon. E. J. W. Forester''
9 Apr. 38
26 June 38 22 Apr. 40 ^ 9 Apr. 47
John William Cox'
23 July 42
14 Apr. 46," 8 Nov. 50
George Henry Tyler
22 Dee. 43 P 3 Nov. 46 P 26 Dec. 51
L. Stanhope Rich. Lovell
P 30 May 45
Edward Lynch
15 July 49 ;P 6 May 53
P 22 Apr. 46 P 9 Aug. 50 P IJuly 53
Hujih Maurice Jones ..
P21 July 46: P 8 Nov. 50 P25 Nov. 53
Robert Peel

Peter

Redmond Jeunings'

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Henry Chichester
George Henry Cobham.
Hon. James C. Dormer.
Henry Lewis FitzGerald
John Frederic Everett
Ricliard Nugent Clayton
Henry Edward Hall
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Noel K. Bryan Vardon


Stan. L.Douglas Willan.
JohuAngersteiu Rowley

4 Captain King
1(1 the
Hon.
Captain Forester sel ed throughout the campaigns
AtTghanistan from 1838 to 1812
47 including tlie storm and capture
51 of Ghuznee (medal), storming the
Ivhoord Cabool Pass, affair of Te52
, forcing the JugduUucli
Pass,
53 [reduction of the fort of Mamoo
'^'"'''' '''f<-' "f Jellalabad and
53 STt'es
on the 14th Nov. and 1st
t.i
53
Dec. 1841. nth March,24th March,
53 and Ist April, I842, general action
;

17 Aug. 38 30 Apr.
3 Nov. 40! 14 Oct.
24 Feb. 43 P 9 Apr.
.Melville Browne
Wm. Henry Kerr, d. adj P 31 July 46 P 24 Jan.
lU.B. Montgomery ,rf.^;//t P24Sept.47jP 12 Oct.
P 28 Apr. 48 P21 Jan.
Wilson Henry Jones.
P 29 Dec. 48' P
1 Apr.
Edward Boyd
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P 12
April
OO P 29 Apr.
Robert Gosling
P 14 June 50 P
6 May
Arthur Bainbrigge, s.
P 16 Aug. 50 P
Jolin Augustus Fuller
1 July

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Fred.

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15 July 53
25 Nov. 53

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24th In the Punjaub campaign of 1848 9,
t''6 pa^sage of tlie Clienab, and
battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and
Goojerat (Medal and Clasps).
12 Paymaster Morton served in the 9th the
campaign of 1845-6 on the Sutlej, including
the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon : Medal and two Clasps.
"ii^

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Paymaster. Edwin Morton, '^ 16 Aug. 50 Ens. P 29 Apr. 42 ii'. 14 Feb. 44,
Adjutant. Lieut. Gerald Fitz Gerald King, 15 July 49.
Quarter-Master. Duncan Cameron M'Naughten, 15 Aug. 48.
Surgeon. Thomas D'Arcy, M.D 27 Oct. 46; Assist.-Surg. 29 Dec. 37.
William Brown, M.D., 18 Feb. 53.
Assistant' Surgeons.
William Ilanbury," 3 April 46.
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the
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Tezeen,
action of
and recapture of Cabuol (medal).
Capt. Forester served as an aide-de-camp to Sir Wil
loughby Cotton in 1838, 39, and 40, and at Ghuznee.

served in the expedition fo the Helder, in 1799, including the action of the I9tli
1 Sir William
Sept. at Bergen. Expedition on the coast of France and Spain, under Sir James Pulteney, in 1800. Expedition to Hanover, in 1805; and that to Stralsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Koleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Expedition to 'iValcheren, and siege of Flushing in
18U9. Proceeded again to the Peninsula, in 1810, where he served during the remainder of the war, the
principal part of the time as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, including the battles of Busaco and
Fuentes d'Onor, assault and capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca; action at Villa Muriel, battle of
Served also tin' campaign of 1815, including the
Vittoria, sie?e of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive.
Sir William has received the gold cross and one clasp for Badajoz, Salamanca,
battle of Waterloo.
Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Xive ; and the silver War Medal with six clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Corunna,
Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Nivelle.
2 Major Holcombe served with the 13th Lt. Inf. throughout the campains in AITghanistan from 1838 to 184? inclusive, and
commanded the rear guard of the 13th at the passage of the Kojak Pass on the 14th April 1849, when he repulsed the attacks
Accompanied the Expedition to
of the enemy on the baggage of the army, and recaptured considerable public properly.
Girishk, and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (medal), assault and capture of the town and forts of Tootumdurrah, and took with two companies of tlie 13tb the forts on the left of the enemy's position ; sturm of Jiioolirhur, night
attack at U.iboo Koosh Gliur, destruction of Khardurrah, assault of I'crwandurr.ah, storming of the Khoord Cabool Pass,
alfiirof Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass (severely wounded), reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of
Jellalabad, and sorties on the Hth Nov. and 1st Dec. 1811, Ulh Mar. 2ltli Mar. and 1st April, 181'-' ; general action and defeat of .\kb.ir Khan before Jellalabad (medal), storming the heights of Jugdulluck, gcner.al action of Tezeen, and recapture
Commanded four companies of the 13th which formed part of the force which proceeded under Sir
of Cabool (medal).
Robert Sale towards Bamcan lor the purpose of bringing in the Cabool captives.
s
3 M.ijor Burslcm served ihe campaigns of 1838, 39, and 40 in Allgh.anistan, with the 13th, and was present at the storm
of Ghuz
dal), assault and capture of the town and forts of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, ui-nt
h.
attack at Baboo Koosh Ghiir, destruction of Khardurrah, and assa'.ilt of P^
8 Lieut. Straubenzee served the campaigns of 1810, 41, &: 4'2, and was present
every action from Tootumdurrah lo
Caboal, and detailed in note 0.
[For Note 7, see following page.
1


Head

Quarters']

at Limerick.
itlie

14ith

. ..
.

(The Buckinghamshire)

166

Regt. of Foot.

Bear-skin Caps of the Grenadiers and Drinniiiors, the White Hoisc, " Nee nxpern terrrnt.'"

"TOURNAY""CORUNN.V'" JAVA" "WATERLOO" "hIiURTI'ORI':."


-I

Tli<; A',>//,jl

Twee, superscribed "INDIA."

Colond.
71
JSir James Watson,' KCB., Ens. 24 June, 1783 Lieut. 18 April, 92 ; Capt. 1
Full Halt
Col. 4 Juno, 14;
Mar. t)5 J Major, 'A Dec. U2 ; Lient.-Cul. 15 Maj-, ()0
Pay. Pay.
Maj-Gen. It) July, 21 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Col. 14tli
Regt. 24 May, 37.
Maurice Barlow, Eivi. i'21 July, 14; Lmif. 23 March, 15;
Lieut.-Coloncl.
revet- Li etit.- Col. 23 Nov. 41 ;
CapL r 20 Dec. 21 ; Mryor, v 12 June, 28 ;
Lieut.-Col. 24 Dec. 47.
Majors. JmnvsWiitson,- Ens. 22 Mar. 21; Lieut, 25 Dec. 22; Capt. p14
Dee. 32; Major, 10 Jan. 40; Brevet Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51.
Thomas Holmes Tidy, ^ Ens. 14 April 25; Lieut, e 28 Sept. 2G; Capt.v2 Oct, 35;
Brev.-Major, 9 Nov.''46 Major, 15 Feb. 50.
IL-1

i'

i'

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
John Watson

20 July
Sir Jas. E. Alexander,'' s. P 20 Jan.
Ralph Buck!
10 Mar.
P 19 July
John Dwyer
P 23 May
William Douglas
William Cosmo Trevor
11 Mar.
Frederick Hammersley.. P 1 July
Charles Cecil Newman
26 July
Henry Townsend
30 Dee.
Julius Chetham Strode'
17 Dec.
.

26 P17 May 27 Pll Aug. 37


25 P26 Nov. 25 P 18 June 30
25
16 Mar. 26
1 June 41
31
21 Nov
22 Jan. 46
34
1 Aug
18 Sept. 46
42 22 Jan.
P29 Nov. 50
42 P21 Apr.
P 25 Apr. 51
44
P 12 Oct. 52
2 Oct.
45
P 22 Oct. 52
24 Dec
47 P 29 Dec. 48 P 16 Dec. 53

BllEV.-MAJ.

Nov. 51
9 Nov. 46

11

I'

Lieutenants.
David Tho. Armstrong..
John M'Culloch O'Toole*
William Hanbury Hawley

22 Nov. 39 P 28
39 P24
46
15
Thomas Segrave
47 P 29
Charles Edward Grogan
47 P 28
P 1 Aug. 48 P23
John Barlow
P 2 Feb. 49 P 19
Frederick Smythe
P 15 Mar. 50 P 16
William Heywood
P15 Mar. 50iP13
William Banger Bower
P 13 Dec. 50 p 27
Matthews
..
John Echlin
Edw. D'H. Fairtlougli .. P 20 Oct. 48
19
CharlesMonckWilson, adj\ p 17 June 51
16
Dawson Stockley Warrenlpl9 Dec. 51 P16
21 June
10 July
P
8 Jan.
P 16 Apr.
P

EXSIGNS.
p19 Aug. 51
Gage Hall Dwver
H. H. A'Court'lnglefieldjp 12 Mar. 52

Jan. 42

June 42
Feb. 50
Nov. 50
Apr. 48

May 51
Dec. 51
Jan. 52
Feb. 52
Aug. 52
Oct. 50
Dec. 53
Dec. 53

3 Major Tidy serred at the sieg-e


and capture of Bhurtpore (Medal).
5 Lieut. O'Toole served with the
49th on the China expedition, and
was present at the attack and capture of Amoy, the second capture of

Chusan, attackand captureof Chinhue, occupation of Ning"po and repulse of the ni^ht attack, attack
pture of Sej^oan, Chapoo,
d Chi
and the demonstration befoi-e Naik^

kin (Medal).
4 Sir James Alexander served in
the Madras LightCavalry previous
to being transferred to II.

M. Dra-

goons. Was present with armies


in the field during the late Barman,
Persian, Turkish, Portuguese, and
CaflVe wars
and was on the personal staff of Sir Benjamin D'Urban in South Africa
and North America. Has received a Persian Order;
also the War Medal with one clasp for Ava.
8 Surg. Batt served in the 98th, with the expedition
to the North of China in 1812 (medal), and was present
^^ ^^^ attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at
the investment of Nankin.
He served with the 9th
Lancers in the Punjaub campaign, and was present at
the battle of Guojerat (medal and clasp).
Was on
board tho /Jucfti/i^/iamjf/Kre, on passage to England with
invalids, when ttiat ship was burned and wrecked.
;

Richard Hussey Vivian

17 Aug. 52
P 23 Nov. 52
Prittie Cosby
Walter Frederick Blunt P 24 Nov. 52
Reginald Henry Graham
3 Dec. 52
George Bridges ........ p 29 July 53
P 16 Dec. 53
Angus William Hall
P//Mf^e/-.John Peter Hall, 11 April, 51 j Ens. p 26 April, 39 j Lieut. 23
April, 41 ; Capt. 15 Feb. 50.
3
Adjutant. Ens. Charles Monck Wilson, 21 Jan, 53.
1
Quarter-Master. John O'Connor, 11 March 63.
Edgar Dumaresq Batt,*" 26 Nov. 52; Assi.st.-Stirg.l'i Oct. ^\.
13
Surgeon.
William Renwick, 4 March 53.
1
Assist. -Surgeon.
Facings Buff, Agents, Messrs. Downes & Son. Irish Agents, Sir E. R.
Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co.
[Returned from Nova Scotia, 28 June 1847.]
1 Sir James Watson served with the 14th Regt. on the Continent under the Duke of York in HO."? and 94 ;

Thomas

'

at the rt'duction of the islands of St. Lucie and Trinidad in l/DU and 'J7.
Commanded tho 14th regiment at
the capture of the Isles <if France and Java, includinfc the assault and capture of Djocjocarta ; commanded
the expedition that captured tlie piratical state of Sambas in Borneo in 1813; at the capture of the fort
of Hattras, and in the Pindarreeand Mahratta wars; actively assisted at the reduction of tho fortress of Dhomone MunJela (where he led the storming party), Gurra Kotah, and Asseerghur. Medal for Java.
2 Lt.-Col. Watson served at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6 (iMedal).
7 Capt. Strode served with the Gist Regt. in the Punjaub camjiaign of 1849 ; present at the battle of Goojeraf, and with tlie field lorce in pursuit of llie enemy to the Khjber Pass (Medal and one Clasp). Expedition into the Eusufzie country, in a^ tion with the enemy lltli and 14th Dec. 1849, and present at
the capture and destruction ot the insur^^ent villages of Saggow, PuUee, Zoormundie, and Sheerkanee,
on those days. Served with the ex pedition agai nst the Afriedies in tiic Kdiat Pass in Feb. 1850.
7 Capt. Cox served in the 13th Light Intanlry the campaigns of 1840, 41, and 4'J in Attglianistan, and was
present at tlie assault and capture of the town and fort of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, night attack
of Baboo Koosh Ghur, attack on Khaidurrah, storming the Khoord Cabnol Pass, att'air of Tezeen, forcing
the JugduUuck Pass, reduction of the Fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad and sorties on
the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, and Uth March, 24th March and 1st April 1842 the general action with
and defeat of the besieging force under Akbar Khan before Jellalabad on the 7th April; the storming
of the JugduUuck heights, general action at Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool, for wliich he has a Medal
as also another for Jellalabad.'
F.f
;

166

I5th

TheYorhshne East Riding) RecjL ofF. [^"^epot^afMumSr.


"

29

MARTINIQUE"" GUADALOUPE."

'^^'

Emb.

for For. 8erv.


]
19 Jan. 1840

6fh (

The Bedfordshire) Regt. ofFoot.

[Serving

at

Jamaica-

Dejiot at Cnstlebar.

Vonis' Serv.

Colonel.

69

\Vm. Carr, Viscount Beret'ford,' GCB. GCH. Ens. 27 Aug. 1785; Lieut. 26
June, 89 ; Cupt. 24 Jan 91 ; Major, 1 March, 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 11 Aug. 94
Col. 1 Jan. 00; Major-Gen. 25 April, 08; Lieut.~Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Gen. 27
May, 25 Col. 10 Regt. 15 Marcli, 23.
;

Pay.

Puy.

Lieut.-Colonel.

Robert Luxmoore, Ens. 1 Juiiu, 20; Lieut. 11 June 24; Cai)t. fSl Aug. 30;
Major, P 18 April, 45; Lieut.-Col. v 10 March, 48.
Majors. \\m. Cockell,- Ens. 20 Dec. 22; Lt. p 23 Juno 25; Cajit. p29 Aug.
20 Brev.-Maj., 23 JNov. 41 ; Maj., p 17 Nov. 43; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51.
Henry Copinger, Ens. 28 Apr. 25; Lieut. 6 Mar. 28; Cajit. 8 July 42 ;
Major, P 20 Dec. 51.
;

28

168
The
YoaiB*

{The Leicestershire) Rec/t ofFoot.


[^'^t^ubun!'
"HINDOOSTAN" "AFFGHANISTAN" "GHUZNEE" "KHELAT"

7 th

ItoiJal Tujcr, supcrsciibid

Colonel.

Sir Peregrine Maitlanrt,' GCB. Ens. 25 June, 1792; Lieut. & Capt.
30 April, t)4; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 25 June, 1803; Col. 1 Jan. 12 Muj.-Gen.
4 June, 14 Lt.-Gen. '2-Z July 30 ; Gen. 9 Nov. 4(5 CoZ. 17th Regt. 2 Jan. 43.
Lieut.-Colonel.^l^ Philip M'Pherson, CB.^ ^wa-. 2 Nov. 09; if. 13 June, 11
Capt. 13 Mar. 27 Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 4 July, 43; Maj.
I Aug. 44
Lt.-Col. 3 Dec. 52.
Majors. AyX\i\iv Lowry Cole, :. p 22 Aug. 34 ; Lieut, p 20 Nov. 38; Cap.
P7 Sept. 41 Major, P 14 June 50.
Oliver Paget Bourke,^ Ens. p 11 Dec. 35
Lieut. p27 Oct. 37; Capt. 7 Nov.
44 Major, 3 Dec. 52.

lU (JiaJ

Emb.

for

mil {Royal Insh) Regiment

l:&

of Foot.
[ah" ] 1^9
second Colour, the Lion of Nassau, " Virtutis NamufThe Sphinx, "EGYFT." "CHINA," " The Dragon."
censis Pramuum."
Colonel. '& Sir John Forster Titzgerald,' KCB. Uns. 29 Oct. 93 ; Lieut. 31
(Jl
Jan. 94; Capt. 9 May, 94; Major, 25 Sept. 03 ; L/ew^.-CoZ. 25 July, 10;
Full Half
Col. 12 Aug. 19; Major-Gen. 22 July, 30; Licut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Coh
Pay. Pav.
18th Regt. 9 March, 50.
'29
Thomas Scott Reignolds,- CB. Ens. 23 June 25; Jliezct.
Lieut.- Colonels.
25 April 28 ; Capi. c 20 April 31 ; Major, 30 July 42; Lieut.-Col. 30 Mar. 44.
John Grattan,3CB. Ens. 8 July, 13 ; Lt. 4 Sept. 23; Capt. 4 Mar. 3G; Jirev.-Moj.
39
26 May, 41 ; MuJ. 19 May, 42 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 14 Aug. 46 ; Lt.-Col.-2b May 53.
28
Majors. Francis AVigston,-* Ens. v lU Mar. 26 ; Lieut,
1 June, 32
Ca})t. p 18
Jan. 39 Brev.-Mujor, 23 Dec. 42 ; il/J. 7 Dec. 41 Brev. Lt.-Col. 9 Dec. 63.
Clement Alexander Edwards,* Eni\ 11- June 29; Lt. p28 Nov. 34; Cajit. P13
Mar. 40; Brev.-MaJ. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; MaJ. 25 May 53; Brev. Lt.-Col. 9 Dec. 53.

Serv. 10 Jan

Oil the ihree corners of the

i'

i'

Captains.
John Clark Kennedy

Geo. Fred. Stevenson Call'


Archibald Neil Campbell
William Tyrrell Bruce"

ENSIGN.
P25 Oct. 33

10 Mar. 37

7 Apr. 37

20 Sept. 39

28
8 April
34 P15 Apr.
John Joseph Wood
34
23 Oct.
John Borrow
41 p 23 Feb.
P
John Cormick^
41
25 Oct.
William Elford Adams
42
11 Apr.
Anth.W.S.F. Armstrong'' P21 June 39
26 Jan.
Edmond Wm. Sargent"'
18 May 41
26 July
.

14 Aug.
4 July
19 Sept.
P 16 Feb.
P 27 Aug.
20 May
V

BREV.-MAJ.

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

3 Dec. 41
30 Dec. 42

Nov. 42

31

36
39
44
42
44

15

May

41

47
7 Dec. 47
1 Apr. 47
12 July 50
3 Ai)r. 49
12 Dec. 52

42

25

May

LlEUTENANTS.

9 Dec. 53
9 Dec. 53

53

3Lt.-Col.Gratti

Matthew Jones Hayman^


Henry Allsop Ward ....
Wm. Henry Graves ....
JosephGeorgeWilkinson'*
George Swaby"
Charles Frederick Kelly

25 Nov. 42
1 June 41
16 April 41
2 Apr. 43
5 Apr. 46

John Swinburn '*


Henry James Stephenson P2d
Frederick Willington ... P31
George Augustus Elliot. p 10
George Wni. Stacpoole. p 18
p 19
William James Hales
.

. .

Sept. 47
Dec. 45
Dec. 47
Apr. 61
Aug. 51

Ensigns.
p22 Nov. 51
Thomas Esmonde
5 Dec. 61
Geo. Henry Pocklingtou
William O'Bryen Taylor
Robert Hoey Jex-Blake
John William Meurant
Edward Hayes Wilton .

20 Aug. 42
24 Oct. 42
2 Feb. 44
26 July 44
19 May 43

14 July 41
17 Aug. 41

'

5 Feb. 47
13 Sept. 48
3 Apr. 49
22 Dec. 48
7 Mar. 51
21 Mar. 53
7 June 53

June 49

m was actively em*

ployedon tLe t'roii tiers during the re*


anadainlfSS. He served
belli.
in China with tbelSth (Medal), and
was present at the storming ot" the
heights above Canton, and led the
advance against the enemy's entrenched camp, for which he wa
selected by Sir Hugh Gough us the
bearer of liis despatches, promoted
to the rank of major, and appointed
brigade major of Port St. George by
Lord Hill. On his return to China
on board the Madanatcar in

d'8 dethe ship having caught


hre during a gale of wind, he with
a few others narrowly escaped the
fate of fifty -seven souls who perished
upon that occasion i he fell into the
hands of the Chinese, and was detained 108 days in captivity; hfter
which he was at the attack of Scthe 18th (after the fall of Lt.commanded
and
coan,
Chapoo, Woosung, and Shanghai ;
at
Col. Tomlinson)
and he was present at the storming of Chin Kian^
Foo and the landing before Nankin.
Amoy,Chusan, Chin*
4 Lt -Col Wigstonwas at Canton,

'

spiitches,

14 Sept
23 Nov
hae,Nin^po,Segoan,Chapoo,&ChlnKiangFoo(Medal).
p 22 Aug. 61
Chapoo.
3 'Lt.-(?ol. Edwards was at Cantoii,jAl
22 April 53 Shnghai, Woosung and Chiu Kiang Fou (Medal).
P
63
July
BishoppI
8
Pretyman
Rich.
Paymaster.
Adjutant.
Quarter-Blaster.ThomSiS Carney, 14 Oct. 61.
Surgeon.James Stewart,'' 6 Aug. 46; Assist.-Surg. 17 April, 38.
A ssist.-Surgs.J osei^h Hamilton Dwyer, A.B. 14 Nov.4o.
William Kelman Chalmers, M.D. 13 Nov. 46.
. .

Facings
IB^^

mne. Agents,

Messrs.

Cox & Co.

ots
brigade in the Peninsula, and has received the guM
Joh
F. Fitzgerald commanded a light battalion and a
for Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittotia, and the P>renoes.
present at the storming of the
hina expedition (Medal), and was
i Lieut.-Cul. Reignolds served with the 4yth on
tortltied
heights
ot
Chinhcthe
of
capture of Chusan,stormin[:
heights and forts above Canton, taking of Anioy, s(
1> wounded)
entrenched cam) on the heights of Segoan (
taking of Niiigpo, attack and c.i;.ture of thi
Nankin.
d Chin Kiang Foo, and landing before
capture of Chapoo (wounded),
present at the
and w
(MedalJ,
expedition
China
the
Sthon
the
with
Stewart" served
7 Lieut. Hayinan and Surj
investment before Nankin.
8 Captain Call was ai Canton and Araoy (Medal).
,o,, (Medal).
m,i.i1
the action of Maharajpore, 29 Dec. 1843
with
.as
1

Sir

9 Capt. Cormick

present

the

40tt- in

^:^r^::rv.^ir^^:'A:;;^'^^-n"c^^- N-'p-'^^^

manded

the guard at the

post, which,

West Gate

notwithstanding the

^--

He com-

'"- <"^''=">-

n" of the 10th March 1841, hen the enemy In force attacked that
Ningpo on th
the enemy repulsed with
whelmingdisparit) of numbers, was bravely maintained and

of

of the war. Accora


to Ibe end
<
1842 '
Mi>y '
from May
"l!
the Canton
igns
ih a detachment of invalids on
Wi
ISj;.
April
in
_-,rCanton,
,
,;,-,
,,
fiver, those ot' the Staked Barrier, and of the City of
Culpee on the night ot the 3rd March ISol
board the ship BuckUgkamMre, when that vessel was totaUy destroyed by fire off
when on the passage from Calcutta to England.
(Medal).
Foo
Kian?
and
Chin
Shanehai.
snangnai
ifi
Tantflin
Sargent
wa^i
Woosun"
,
,
,
oosun,
at
h Captain sarent as

assaulted and took the forts of the


vu
D'Aguilar,
jvfcuiinr, which
General ij
17 Lieut. Swaby accompanied the expidition under itiajor-uenirai
A,ii loif,niamieH a
"
**irLieu? Wilk^ nson se^^ed

""

'- '"- '"'-''' ''" '^'"y.e^.e evneditinn


in the 49th Regt. with the Chinese expedition

night of the 3rd

March

1851,

when on

the passage from Calcutta to tnglaud.

,.

170
Years' Seiv.

9^^ (

The 1 St Yorkshire North Riding) Regt. ofF.

Head-Quarters

20th ( T/ie Ettst DevonsMre) Rent, of Foot.


Wii
winciiester.'* ]
"MINDEN"
INDEN" "EG MONT-OP-ZEE "The S;j/j.r, with the words "EGYPT""!
'CORU\NA""VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "ORTHES'
Years

Colonel.

172

47
Full
Pay.

2G
22
21

20

Half
Pay.

fetifol^^Sf"] 22nd
Full

Pay.

31

43

20

2-2

The

Cheshire) Regt. of Foot

%':Zll

173

2Zrd{Royal Welsh FusiUers)Regt. of Foot.

174

^e Wight!'

In the centre of the Colour the Prince of Wales's Feathers, with the motto, " Ich Dje?i." In the second
and third corners, the Rising Sun and the Red Dragon, and in tlie fourth corner, the Wliite Horse,
with the Motto, " Nee aspera tcrreiit."" MINDEN" the Si>hi?ix, with the words " EGYPT"" CORUXNi '" MARTINIQUE" "ALBUHERA" " BADA.JOZ" " SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA"
" PYRENEES"" NIVELLE" " ORTHES"-" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
Colonel.
Years' Serv.
Sir George Charles D'Aguilar,' KCB., :ns. 24 Sept. 99; Lieut. 1 Dec. 02;
65
Capt. 30 Mar. 08; 3Ioj. 1 Apr. 13; Lt.-Col. 20 May, 13; Col. 22 July, 30;
Full Half
Maj.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 23rd Fusils. 31 Jan. 51,
Pay. Pay.
Lieut .-Colonels.
Charles CTutc\i\e\, ^nd Lieut. p8 Apr. 26; Lieut. 22 July, 30; Cajyt. Pll
Dec. 35; Major, p 22 Oct. 44; Lt -Col. 24 July 49.
Harry George Chester, 2nd Lieut. P26 Oct. 30; Lieut. 7 Aug. 35; Capt. Pll
24
Sept. 4:0; Major, 24 July 49 ; Lt.-Col. p25 March 53.
Majors. Daniel Lysons,- Ensign, p26 Dec. 34; Lieut. p23 Aug. 37 ; Capt.
20
P29 Dec. 43 ; Major, p3 Aus;. 49.
Fred. J. Pliillott, 2(f Lieut. 7'Apr. 25 ; Xjfwi. 12 Dec.26; Capt. 15Apr.42;
29

Major,

10

25 March 53.

^"8mI/^4o:'"-]
Tha

24.th{The2nd Wcmvickshire) Regt. of Foot.

[Rawu7p^.deo.]l75

"Egypt" "Cape of Good Hope" "Talavera" " Fuemtes b'Onou"


"Salamanca" "ViTTOKi A"" Pyrenees" "Nivellb" "Orthes" "Peninsula"

S/<Aj(u:, with the words,

" PUNJADll " " CHILLIANWALLAH " " GOOJERAT."


Robert Ellice,' Ens. 8 Nov. 08 ; Lt. 5 Jan. 99 Cavt. 4 May 01
Colonel.
Major, 12 May, 08 Lt.-Col. 16 Mar. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 19 Major-Gen 22
Full Half
Pay. Pay.
July, 30 Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 , Col. 24tli Rcgt. 2 Nov. 42.
AYilliam Gustavus Brown,'-^ Ens. 1 July 25 ; Lieut. 11 May
Lieut. -Colonels.
30 ; Capt. 10 May 44; 3Iajor, 15 Jan. 49 Lieut.-Col. P21 Dec. 49.
Charles Hcnvy Ellice, Lieut. 10 May 39 ; Capt. v 8 Aug. 45 ; Major, p 2] Dec. 49
Lieut.-Col.
8 Aug. 51.
29
Majors. Augustus George Blaclifonl,^ Ens. '' 12 Nov. 25 ; Lieut. p12 Dec. 26
Capt. 17 Aug:. 41
Major, 14 Jan. 49 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 7 June 49.
17
Edmund Wodehouse, Ens. v 24 Mar. 37 ; Lieut. P 15 Jan. 41 ; Capt. P 28 Apr 46 '
P
Major, 8 Aug. 51.

years' Serv

66

i'

ir

&

16

The King's wn Borderers) Regt.

Ft.

of
^:^';^i%'Jm9.] 25ih (
[/.-J^^U^-;
The King's Crest in two comers of the Colour, " In Veritate Religionis conjido." The
;"
"
Arms of Edinburgh, Nisi Dojninus frtistra with the White Horse in the third corner
" Nee aspera terrent." " MINDEN" " EGMONT-OP-ZEE."
The
of the Colour.
Sphinx. " EGYPT." Flank Companies, " MARTINIQUE."
Years' Serv

Colonel.

Sir Henry Fred. Campbell,' KCB. & GCH. ^W5. 20 Sept. 86; Lieut. &
Ca2>t.2b April, 93; Capt.Sc Lieut. -Col. 6 April, 96; Col. 25 Sept. 03; MajorFull Half
Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 25th Regt.
Pay. Pay.
Lieut. -Colonels.
20 Oct. 31.
John Joseph Hollis, Ens. 9 Julv 03 ; Lt. 1 Dec. 04 Capt. 30 Mar. 09 ; Br.-Maj.
50
22 July 30; Mnj. 8 Apr. 42; Brev.-Lt.-Col.,Q^ov. 46; iif.-CoZ.lO June48.
James Smith Schonswar, Cornet, i'5 Mar. 29; Lieut. p17 Dec. 30; Capt.
25
P6 May, 36 ; Moj- p2 Aug. 44 ; Lt-Col. 20 July, 47.
Majors. Utim-y Francis Strange,^ Ens. 23 May 15 ; Lieut. 7 April 25 ; Capt. p29
1
Jime 26 ; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; 71/ry.20 6ct.42; Brev.-Lt.-Col.W Nov.51.
Samuel Wells, Ens. 9 Apr. 25; Lieut, v^ Oct. 29; CajJt. r 15 Sept. 37 ; Major,
16 Sept. 51.

68

21

Foreign Service, 1

Marc li

50.

2Gth
""-"

(
V

Foot,
The Camerom'an)J Regiment
of
/
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Years' Ser..

The Sphinx, "

r serving in Canada.
LDepol at Sunderland.

EGYPT." "CORUNN.\."_" CHINA." T/(e

Dragon.

Colonel.

60
Full
Pay.

29

Half
Pay.

^ 51 John, Lord

Seaton,'

GCB. GCMG. GCII.,

JE>u^.

10 July, 1794

Major, 21 Jan. 08 Lt.-Col. 2 Feb. 09


Ctipt. 12 Jan. 00
Major-Gen. 27 May, 25 Lleut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Cul. 26
95

22

19

28 March, 38.

Lieut. -Colonel.
Andrew T. Hemphill, Ens. 7 Apr. 25 ; Lieut. 16 Apr. 29 ; Capt. 3 July,
39 Major, 11 Feb. 40; Lt.-Col. p 8 Dec. 40.
Majors. George Hogarth,'' CB.,i'/w. i'22 May 17 Lt. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Capt. p 12
Nov. 25; Brev.-Maj. 28 June 38 ; Maj. 28 Aug. 41 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov. 51
Ferdinand Whittinghani,^ CB. Ens. 2 Nov. 32; Lieut, p 19 Feb. 30 Capt. p30
Apr. 41 ; Brev.- Major, 23 Dec. 42 ; Major, v 1 Oct. 47.
;

35

Lt. 4 Sept.

Col. 4 June, 14

F.

178
A

27M

Castle with Three Turrets


lerrent." "ST. LUCIA."

{or Inniskilling) Regt, of Foot.

St. George's colours flying in a blue Field.

[Head Quarters

at

Enniskillen.

The White Horse. " Ncc aspera

EGYPT" " MAIDA" ' BADAJOZ"


The Sphinx, vfith tliu words
SALAMANCA " " VITTORLV " " PYRENEES"" NIVELLE " " ORTHES " " TOULOUSE "
PENINSULA"" AVATERLOO."
Years
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Head Quarters

tS

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Leeds.

The

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Spliinx.

at'

180

rEinb.

for India,
April 1842. ]

2dth {The Worcestershire) Regt. of Foot,

^"'Jf^^f

KOLEIA" " VIMIEEA' -"TALAVERA""ALBtJHERA" "PENINSULA" "FEROZESHAH""SOBRAON"


' PUNJAUB" " CIIILLIANWALLAH" "GOOJERAT."
Colonel.
iorrf Downes,' KCI3. Ensign, 31 March 04; Z?ei<f. 12 Nov. 04
Copt. 4 Sept. 00 ; Major, 31 Mar. 11 ; Lt.-Col. 5 Sept. 1-i, Co/. 27 May '26
J'uU Hdlf
Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 Col. -iOth Regt. 15 Aug. 50.
Pay. Pay.
Lieut.- Colonels.
George Congreve,'' CB. Ens. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, p 12 Jan. 2G; Capt. p 12 June
28 ; Brev.-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut.-Col. 11 Feb. 46.
Hon. Thomas Ashburnham,^ CB. Ens. &c Lt. p 30 Jan. 23; Lieut. & Capt. v 22
June 26 Capt. & Lt.-Col. v 27 March 35 ; Col. 3 April 46.
.l/fljow. Matthew Smith,^ Ens. 16 Sept. 16; Lt. 31 Dec. 23; Capt. 8 Feb. 34;
Brevet-Major 23 Dec. 42; Major 22 Dec. 45 Brei\ Lt.-Col. 7 June 49.
John Ross Wheeler, ^4-. 30 July 28; Lieut. P 25 Dec. 29 Capt. p 15 Dec.
i^ Ulysses,

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1 1

Nov. 51.

Captains.
John D. Young,'' s.
John Power''
E.LugarcPCB.S,

CAPTAIN.
.

Z.c.7June49

John jEneas Duncan'"


Edw. Henry Westropp'^

Aug. 35 26 Oct. 39
2 Nov. 381
8 Apr. 42
20 Dec. 42
William Francis Stehelin'^ 30 April 41
Lindsay Farrington'^.
23 June 43 27 Sept. 44
Samuel Fisher"
15 June 27 P 16 Aug. 31
Hugh George Colvill'^
10 Jan. 40
3 Aug. 41
p
31 Dec. 43
Henry George Walker^.
29 Apr. 42
St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent'"' P25 Oct. 42 P31 Dec. 44
P19 May 43 P 2 Sept. 45
John Mackenzie Lyle'^
.

16 Aug. 25;P 7 Jan. 27


5 May 37 |p 12 July 39
31 July 28iP31 Oct. 31

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BUEV.-iMAJ.

3 Apr. 46

3 Apr. 46

Lieutenants.
20 Ens. Carter served with the
Augustus Alexander Dick' P31 Dec. 44 20 Mar. 46 29th in the Sutlej campaign
of
Valens Tonnochy '^ .... P 2 Sept. 45
20 Mar. 46 184S-6, including the battles of Fe.
Frederick Kneebone'^.
20 Mar. 46 rozeshah and Sobraon, for which he
19 Dec. 45
has a Medal and one Clasp.
He
Henry Philips Onslow'^.
19 Nov. 41 30 July 46 served also in the Punjaub camEdward Thos. FitzGerald' 23 July 42 20 Dec. 43 paign of 1848-9 and was present at
Wm. Septimus Simmons'
25 Nov. 46 the passage of the Chenab, and bat1 Apr. 46
tles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat
Cliarles Hugh Levinge''^.
2 Apr, 46:P19 Feb. 47 (Medal and Clasps).
i Lt.-Col.Smith served as Major of
Edward Browne Hart,''^*79 Dec 451
5 Aug. 47
Brigade with the array under General
Richard John Evans'- ..
4 Apr. 46; P 28 Sept. 47 Pollock during the campaign of 1842
J. Sheridan Henderson'^
3 Apr. 46: 10 Dec. 47 in Affghanistan (medal), and was
Edmond H. C. Pery'- .. P22 May 46 |p 1 Aug. 48 present (as D. A. Adj.. Gen. of the
Inf. Div.}at the forcing of the KhyR.C.DalrympleBruce,fZ/,
10 Nov. 43: 14 April 46 ber Pass, action at Manioo Khail,
John Thomas James .... P18 Apr. 45 PIO Mar. 48 forcing the Tezeen and Huft Kotul
George Augustus Ferris'^ P 8 Dec. 46 30 Apr. 49 Passes, attack and capture of IstalilT
(received the Brevetrank of Major).
P 20 Oct. 48 P 5 Oct. 49 He
De Vic Valpy
served with the 29th in the
William D. Chapman'^
10 Dec. 47^
1 Mar. 50 Punjaub campaign in 1848-9, including
the passage of the Chenab,
Edward Hazlefoot Paske'^ P 14 Apr. 47
3 Mar. 50 and battle of Chillianwallah
(woundWilliam Congreve
30 Mar. 49 P 9 July 50 ed); and he commanded the 24th
Henry Evans Quin .... 24 Aug. 46 12 Oct. 52 Rcgt. at the battle of Goojerat
(Medal and Clasps).
Frank Browne
10 April 49; 29 July 53
William Speke Dickinson P 4 May 49
6 Aug. 53
ENSICiNS.
20 Qr.-Master Walsh served with the 48tli in
John James Hood Gordon P 21 Aug. 49 the campaign against the Rajah of Coors, in
Edward Carter
14 Dec. 49 April 1834. He served with the 55th in China
(medal), at Amoy, Cliusan, Chinliae (including
H. W. Somerville Carew
21 Aug. 49
the repulse of the ni;;ht attack), Chapoo, WooJohn Crawford Langford P 8 Dec. 48 sung, Shanghai, and storming of Cliin-KiangP 17 May 50 Foo.
Edmund Watkin Kent
Geo. Wm. Fred. D. Smith 13 May 63
[15 ; Capt. 9 JMay 34.
Paymaster. Charles Scarlin Naylor," 8 Jlay 35; E71S. 1 Sept. 12 ; Lt. 25 Dec.
Adjutant. Lieut. Robert Cathcart Dah-ymple Bruce, 29 July 53.
Quarter- blaster. Timothy Walsh, '^^ 1 1 Oct. 53 ; Ens. 28 Nov. 45 Lt. 1 Apr. 50.
Surgeon. Richard Dane,"" MD., 21 July, 46; Assist.-S^irg.n July, 35.
Assist.-Surgeons.
Robert M'Gregor, 19 April 50.
Daniel Macqueen, M.D., 15 Nov. 50.
John Smitli Chartres, 11 June 52.
Facings Yellow Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
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5 Nov. 41
P 29 Dec. 43
30 Dec. 43
30 July 46
6 Aug. 47
3 Mar. 50
P 9 July 50
22 Dec. 45
10 Dec. 52
15 Mar. 53
15 Mar. 53

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Lord Downes was appointed Aide-dcCamp to Sir John Cradock, whom he accompanied to Portugal in Nov. 1808,
1
where Sir John held the chief command until May 1809, when he was succeeded by the Duke of Wellington, with whom
Lord Downes continued as Aide-de-Camp and Assistant Military Secretary during the whole war, and was present at the
battles of Talavera (slightly wounded), Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and El Bodon
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz,
battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees
siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse
(slightly wounded).
His Lordship has received the gold cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and
^
Toulouse and the silver War Medal and six clasps for Talavera, Busaco, Fuentes d*Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and
Salamanca.
[For Notei C, 10, 11, 12, 12*, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19, sec preceding page.]
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EGYPT" " BADAJOZ""SALAMANCA"
" Pi^^N INSULA"" WATERLOO."

The Sphinx, with the words "


years' Serv.

Colonel.
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay

George, Marquis of TweetUlale,' KT. CB. Ens. June, 1804 Lt. 12 Oct. 04 ;
Copt. 14 May, 07 Major, 14 May, 12 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13 ; Col. 27 May,
25 ; Mnjor-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 4U Col. 30th Foot, 7 Feb. 40.
;

Lieut.-Colonel.

23

William Francis Hoey, Ens. i'28 Oct. 31 ; Lieut. 5 Sept. 35 ; Cupt. p 22 July
42 ; Maj. p 4 Aug. 48; Lt.-Col.
IG Dec. 53.
Majors.
James Thomas Mauleverer,^ Ens. p 18 Apr. 34 Lieut, p 19 Aug. 3G ; Capt. p28
July 43 Major, p21 May 52.
James Broclie Patullo, Ens. p 24 Apr. 40 Lieut. 10 Oct. 42; Cupt. p 30 July
47
Major, p 1G Dec. 53.
i'

20

l825Tth?an':53"]3l5^ (y/i Huutmtjdonshire) Regiment of Foot,\_^^'/^^^ll^^^^^^


Years' Ser\

62
Full

Pay.

28
26
21

19

Half
Pay.

^2^ ( ^^^'' Cornwall) Regiment of Foot


] 183
[^,
ROLEIA" " VIMIERA" " CORUNNA" " SALAMANCA" " PYRENEES=' "NIVELLE" " NIVE" " ORTHES"" PENINSULA"
" WATERLOO "-" PUNJAUB " " MOOLTAN " " GOOJERAT."

^^^

^limTTl
"
Years' Serv.

Colonel.

Sir Ricliard Aniistioiig-,' KCli. ivw*'. 23 June, OG; Licmt. 5 Nov.QO ; Capt.
t) July, 03 ;
Major, 30 May, 11 ; Lieiit.-Col. 26 Aug. 13; Col. 22 July, 30 ;
Maj.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Ucn. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 32nd Foot, 25 June 60.
Lieut. -Colonels. Frederick Marklumi,'^ CB. Ens. 13 May 24 ; Lt. v 22 Oct. 25
i'

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184

^
's

The Duke of Wellington's) Regt. of Foot,


["'fftwo
"THE CREST AND MOTTO OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON.
" SERINGAPATAM" "WATERLOO."

33c? (or

Colonel.
13 5ia Henry D'Oyly,' Ens. 2 Aug. 97 ; Lt. & Capt. 25 Nov. 99 ; Majmy
June,
Capt.
sk Lieut.- Col. -Zl May 13; Col. 12 Feb. 30; Major-G<
11;
Full Half
I'ay. Pay.
28 June, 38 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 33rd Foot, 28 Sept. 47.

67
I

Lieutenant-Colonel
Frederick Rodolph Blake, ii);.?. p30 June, 26; Lieut.
Aug. 27 Capt. 2:! Aug. 31 Major,
April, 43; Lt.-Col. p3 Oct. 48.
Majors. John Douglas Johnstone, JEns. p 15 Aug. 27; Lieut. 16 Mar.
Capt. P 19 Oct. 38 ; Major, p 3 Oct. 48.
Thos. Bunbury Gough, Bn.i. p 27 Dec. 27; Lieut. p25 Jan. 31; Capt.)
Nov. 38 Major, 22 Dec 48.
i'

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CAPTAIN.

I.IEUT.

Captains.
never
George V. Mundy
17 Aug.
George Erskine
John E. ColHngs
21 June
Edw. Westby Donovan..
10 Jan.
P
William Pretyman
8 May
Henry Ullick Burke .... P17 July
Henry Charles Fitzgerald P 25 Sept.
John Ed.Taubman Quaylo P 7 Sept.
Henry Disney Ellis .... 14 June
P 25 Oct.
Thomas Wickham

27 Feb. 35

32
39
40
40
40
40

3 June 36

22 Jan. 42
14 June 42
5 Aug. 42
30 Aug. 42
9 Oct. 42

41

42
42

7
P
P

Nov. 43

May

40

11

Nov

14 April 43
3 Oct. 48
22 Dec. 48
Pll Sept. 49
P 9 July 50
P 2 Jan. 52
P 26 Mar. 52
P

31 Jan. 45 P 21 Sept. 52
22 Dec. 46 P25 Mar. 53

Lieutenants.
42 P27 Sept. 44
46 P 3 Oct. 48
40 P 20 Oct. 48
Lieut.- General D'Oyly st
Chas. Carter Barrett, (//. P
47
10 Sept. 49
P30 Mar. 47 Pll Sept. 49 m tlie campaign in North Holl
Frank Corbett
in 1799, underSirRalphAbercroi
P
Walter George Nugent
15 Aug. 48 P 9 July 50 and the Duke of York, and was t
Charles Edward Mansfield P 1 Sept. 48 P 8 Aug. 51 prisoner in the action of the
Sept.
He served with the am
P 20 Oct. 48 P 2 Jan. 52
William Henry Parry
the North of Spain under Sir
P17 Nov. 48 p2i Mar. 52 Moore, in 18089, and was al
Valentine Bennett
Alex. Bruce Wallis ....
22 Dec. 48 P 6 July 52 battle of Corunna. Accompa
the expedition to Walcheren in
Henry A. Thistletliwayte P19 Oct. 49 P 30 July 52 Served at Cadiz during the sie
P 18 Jan. 50 P 21 Sept 62 1811 and 12, under Lord Lynec
Buxton Martin Kenrick
Sir George Cooke, to who)
Edward Barker Prescott P 15 Mar. 50 P 8 Apr. 53 and
was Aide-de-camp, and was
Richard Lacy

Fanshawe
Frederic Smith Vacher
Basil

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11 Mar.
14 Apr.
8 Dec.
22 Jan.

Ensigns.
home with despatches, annour
W.Senhouse Worthington P18 Apr. 51 the raising of the siege in 1812. Served als
Flanders, under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814
and
Hans. S. St. Vincent Marsh IG Sept. 51 sequently
with the army under the Duke of Wellin
P 16 Apr. 52 in Flanders and France, and was
Henry Thorold
severely wound'
Francis Du Pre Montagu P17 Aug. 52 ehe battle of Waterloo. He has received the
Medal with one clasp for Corunna.
Ch. Moore Brabazon Siree P 18 Aug. 52
P 15 Oct. 52
John James Greenwood
P 22 Apr. 53
John Ralph Carr ....
P 13 May 63
John Thornton Rogers
Paymaster. Patrick M'Grath, 4 Oct. 31
Ens. 7 Feb. 11; Lieut. 14 Jan.
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Adjutant. Lieut. Charles Carter Barrett, 28 Aug. 49.


Quarter-Master. Joseph Jones, 25 Oct. 42.
Surgeon. James Townsend Oswald Johnston, M.D., 29 Dec. 46
Assist. -Surgeo7i.
John Ogilvy, M.B., 15 July 53.
Facings Red.
Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Heturnedfroin North America, May 1848.]

Assist.-Sit

[3 Aug.

16 Capt. Jeffrey served as a captain in the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was present at the operations on the heigh
Arlaban in Alava on the 16th, 17th, and 18th Jan.; in the general actions in front of San Sebastian on the 5th May (sev
1st Oct. (severely wounded), 183G; Kith, 12th (wounded), 1-lth, ISth, and 16th March; storm
capture of Irun 16th and 17th May (Medal), 1837. He served with the 32nd before Mooltan during all the operations
Sept. 18-18 till the surrender of the fortress, 22 Jan. 1849, after which he was present at the battle of Goojerat (wonn
(Medal and Clasps).
and with the 32nd at the second siege o\
17 Lieut. Colls served with the 39th in the battle of Maharajpore (Medal)
tions before Mooltan, incluJn)g the storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. He was also pre
at the surrender of the garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps).
18 Capt. Moore was present at the surrender of the fortress of Mooltan, at the surrender of the fort and garrisc
Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps).
2U Lt. I'altcrson served in the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including thestonn and capture of the city,
was also present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps),
21 Paymaster Garforth served with the 32nd in Canada during the rebellion in 1837, and was present in theactiono
Eustache. He served as Adjutant during the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the action of Snorjko
storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Chen
and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps).
22 Lt. Straubenzee served at the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the action of Soorjkoond he
severely wounded on the 27th Dec. 1848 (Medal and Clasp.)
23 Lt. Power served at the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the enemy's positio
front of the advanced trenches on 12tb Sept. 1848, the action of Soorjkoond, attack on the suburbs 27th Dec., storm and
ture of the city and surrender of the fortress. He was also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and al
battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps).
24 Lt. Rodman served with the 62nd in the campaign on the Sutlcj (medal and clasp), including the battles of Feroie
and Sobraon.
25 Lieuts. J. Birtwhistle, and Lawrence, served at the 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the a
and capture of the city, and siurender of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of CheniotCi
battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps),

wounded: Medal), and

SJEII
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Head

34th {The Cumberland) Regt.ofFoot.

Quarters,

Preslon

185

"ALBUHERA"" ARROYO DOS MOLINOS" "VITTORIA"" PYRENEES""N1VELLE""NIVE""0RTHES"" PENINSULA."


Colonel.

Sir T\io\m\s Makdougall Brisbane,' Bart. GCB. GCH. Ens. 10 J'aii. 1782;
Limt. 30 July, 91; Cajyt. 12 April, 93; Major, 6 Aug. 95; Lieut. -Col. 4
April, 1800; CoZ. 25 July, 10 ; iJ/rt>;--GV. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May,
Half
Pay.
25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 34th Regt. 16 Dec. 26.
Lieuttnant-Colonel.
Nicholas R. Brown, Ens. 22 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 25 ; Cupt. 2 May 37 ;
Major, 23 Mar. 45 ; Limt.-Col. 27 March 48.

72

Majors.
Richard D. Kelly, Ens. 7 Mar. 34 ; Lieut, v 30 July, 30
Capt. i'24 Sept. 41 ;
il/fyo/-, 1*17 Mar.48.
Arthur Cyril Goodenough, Ens. p8 April 34; Lieut, 25 Nov. 36; Capt. p 26
Oct. 41
Major, 27 March 48.
;

i'

captain,

Captains.
John Simpson
John Gwilt
James Maxwell

3 Nov. 37
PIO Aug. 38
P13 Oct. 43
2 May 37
P 31 Mar. 43
P21 July 46
P12 Feb. 47
P22 June 47
27 Mar. 48
P19 Oct. 49
P

P25 Nov.
P 24 Sept,
P 9 May

Thomas Bourke.
oJjnhH Shiffimr AxJJu^

13 Mar.

Mawdistly Gausseu 1
William Warry ....
John Robinson ....
Joseph Jordan ....

John Peel

P
P
p

15 Oct.
12 Dec.
26 Jan.

22 Mar.
14 Feb.
22 June

26 Jan.
P 14 Feb.
P 22 June
27 Mar.
P 27 July

brrv.-maj

44
45
47

48
49
P 7 Mar. 51
P 14 May 52
P
9 July 52
P 29 Oct, 52
P 25 Nov. 23

Lieutenants.
Henry Edvv. Bale

David Steuart

12 Feb. 47 p 21 July 48
17 Mar. 48 p 26 Oct. 49
Geo.Edw.BrownWesthead p 7 Apr. 48 [p 25 Jan. 50
14 Apr. 48 p 1 Feb. 50
Granville ^Villiam Puget
p 12 May 48 p 8 Feb. 50
Robert Campbell
p 18 Sept. 49 p 21 Jmie 50
Geo. Byng Harman
Edward Herman Marsh p23 Nov. 49 p 17 Sept.50
P24
Nov. 49 p 7 Mar. 51
ArthurT.L.Chapman,rtrf/.
(jeorge Percy Barnard . . p 16 Feb. 50 p 14 May 52
WalterHamiltonTwemlow p 15 ]\Iar. 50 p 9 July 52
Abel Woodroffe Boyce .. P17 May 50 p 29 Oct. 52
p 17 Sept.50 p 13 Sept. 53
John Leslie Moore
p 14 Mar. 51 p 25 Nov. 53
Francis Richard Hurt
''

Ensigns.
Edmund P. L. Mathew..
William Walker Jordan
John Byron

p
p
p

9 Sept.
17 Oct.
13 Feb.
11 June

Hector Maclean Lawrence


Thomas Harry Saunders
Robert John B. Clayton
Arthur Scott

9 July
21 Jan.
15 July

Francis Peel

25 Nov.

p
P

51
51

52
52
52
53
53
53

Paymaster. Chas.Boyse Roche, 30 Nov. 38; Etis.lBJaii.'IS; Lieut. 21 June, 35


Adjutant. Lieut. Arthur Trevor Leake Chapman, 7 March 51.
Quarter-Master. Thomas Williamson, 22 Nov. 44.
Surgeon. William Di'uny, 7 Aug. 46 Assist. -Sui-g. 13 Jan. 37.
Assi.^t.-Surgeon. George William Powell, 20 Aug. 44.
Facings Y'ellow.

Ageids, Messrs. Cox

& Co.

[Returned from Burhadoes, 8 June 1853.]


Duke of York's army in the beginning of the war, and was prcftnl ir.
May 03, when he was conlined from a wound rit-eived in the actioi>
of the 18lh of the same month. He was subsequently iiresent at the taking <if Viiiiims islands, fortf, 4,r in
Sir Thomas lias received the gold cross and one rlasp
the West Indies, under Sir Kalpli Aliercroniby.
for Vitloriu, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Urthes, and Toulouse (where he was wounded;; and the silver 'War Jitdal
with one clasp lor the Nive.
1 Sir Thomas Brisbane joined tlic
every action except tliat of the 22nd

...

186

Head Quarters

35tk (^Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot.


"

Portsmouth.

MAIDA."
Colonel.

52
Full

Pay.

^3

Half
Pav.

aSa Sir George Henry Fred. Berkeley , KCB. Comet, 21 Jan. 02 ; Lieut. 27
Aug. 03; Capt. 1 May, 05; Major, 28 Jan. 08; Lieut. -Col. 13 June, 11;
Col. 27 May, 25 ; Maj.-Gen. 10 Jan.37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 Col. 35th Regt.
;

11 July, 45.

Lieut.-Colonel.
James Fraser, Em. po April 31 ; Lieut. p1 Aug. 34; Capt. P 17 June 36;
Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Major, p14 Dec. 49 ; Lt.-Col. 8 July 51.

Majors.

Edward Hely Hutchinson,


P8 June 38

James

Major,

Tedlie, PEns. 19

^En*.

17

May

May

25

P20 Mar. 27; Lieut. PIO Sept. 29; Capt.

50.

Lieut.

5 June 27

Capt. 23 July 38

Major,

8 July 51.

captain.

Captains.
Charles Beamish ....
Frederick English ....

P26 Apr.
P22 Mar.
p 29 Dec.
p31 Dee.
26 June
P 4 Sept.

31 P20 Mar. 35

31 Dec. 39
33 P17 June 36 P 15 Dec. 40
Thomas Teulon
37 P15 Dec. 40 P31 Dec. 47
Robert Henry Price .
S9 p 3 May 44 P23 June 48'
Archibald Tisdall
40 P 20 Sept. 44, Pll May 49
Fred. George Elkington
40 P 31 Dec. 44 P 13 July 49
William Ranby Goate
15 April 42
29 May 45 P14 Dec. 49
Thomas Spi'ing
p 14 May 36 P 2 April 41
15 July 49
Geo. L. Rawdon Berkeley P31 Jan. 45 p 25 Aug. 46 P 30 Jan. 52
OliverNicholls Chatterton P 26 July 33 P 6 Aug. 36
15 Aug. 48
P

BREV.-MAJ.
11 Nov. 51
11 Nov. 51

'

Lieutenants.

Henry S. Bowman, adj.


M. Villiers Sankey Morton
Charles Miller Layton

13 Oct. 43
Apr. 47
3 May 44 P 2 Apr. 47
6 Dec. 44 P31 Dec. 47
P 1 1 Nov. 45 P 12 May 48
28 Apr. 46 P 23 June 48
P 5 Apr. 44
46
1 1 Oct.
p
P

James Bickerstatf' ....


Samuel Fritche Blyth
Wm. Henry Ballingall .
James Spratt
8 May 46
Francis Lloyd Digby .. .. P 9 June 46
Richard Lane Warren
10 July 46
Heury Edward Moore
P 3 Sept. 47
John Harris
P31 Dec. 47
William Wright
P12 May 48
William Glynne Massey P 16 June 48
Ensigns.
Richard Longfield Craster p 23 June 48
.

10

Pll May 49
P13 July 49
14 Dec. 49

P17

May

8 July

50
51

P17 Oct. 51
P 30 Jan. 62

18 May 49
21 Aug. 49
Wm. F. Godolphin Forsteri 8 July 51
John Ormsby Vandeleur p21 Nov. 51
p 13 Feb. 52
John Davis

Charles Robert Tennant.


Ranulph Charles Lee
.

Edward

Tedlie
Alex. John C. W^arrand

17
11

14
15
2

.
.

'

23 Nov. 52
29 July 53

Paj/master.Wm. Shearman, 31 Jan. 45 ; 2d Lt. p 21 Apr. 37 ; Lt. 5 May, 42.


Adjutant. Lieut. H. Samuel Bowman, 13 Oct. 43.
Quarter-Master. George Cole, 15 Dec. 40.
Surgeon. James Walker Chambers, M.D., 6 Vug. 47 Assist.-Surg. 4 Oct. 39.
Assistant-Surgeon. William George Clarke, 26 March 52.

FC/t^* Blue.

.4 //e?i^s,

Messrs.

[Returned from the Mauritius, 8

Cox & Co.


Ajrril 1848.]

In 1809 he
I Sir George Berkeley served in E^ypt in 107, and was pit'sent at the taking of Alexandria.
was appointed Assistant-Adjutant-Genei-al to the army in Portugal, and was present in the actions of the
lOlh, ;ith, and fitli Jlay, 1809, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Kuentes d'Onor, siege of

Badajoz in ISll, also its subsequent siege, slonn, and capture; battle of Salamanca, capture of JIadrid,
siege of Burgos, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of
the Bidassoa, battles of the Xivelle and iNive.
Waterloo, at which he was severely wuiindrd. He commauded the troops at the Cape of Good Hope, and
conducted the operations against the Kattirs in 1847, which brought that war to a successful termination.
Sir George has received the Gold Cross and three clasps for Busaco, I'uentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamanca,
Vittoria, San Sebastian, and Nire ; and the Silver War Medal with one clasp for Talavera.

36^A ( The Herefordshire) Recjt. of Foot [ "^i^ft at cSr"'] 187


HINDOOSTAN" " ROLEIA"" VIMIERA"" CORUNNA" " SALAY^^^^i^^;^. MANCA" " PYRENEES"" NIVELLE" " NIVE"" ORTIIES"

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" Finn.""

40
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

38
28
24

18

188
Years'Serv.

Head Quarters,.,

Z^th

"]

\st Staffordshire) Reyt.

The

189

of Foot.

SoTrVlI>'o''_''ROLEIA-'-''VlMlERA"_''COKUN^A';_BuSACO"-"BA^
' ' Peninsula"" Ava.
" ViTTOBiA" " St. Sebastian"" Nive
Colonel.

Years' Serv

68
I

Full

Half
Pay, Pay.

^<^v\m\CapU
mHon. Hugh Arbuthnott/ CB. Ens. 18 May, 96; Lt. \b Col.
19 July 21;
^20 Marchr99; Major, 23 Nov. 04; Lt.-Col. 9 May, 11
;

Major-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41

Col. 38tli Eegt. 4 April 43.

Lierit.- Colonel.

July, 24 ; Capt. p 11 July,


Sir John Campbell,^ Bart. Ens. 25 Nov. 21 ; Lieut. 1
"6- Major, p29 Dec. 37 ; Lleut.-CoL^l Aug. 40 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51.
11 Sept. 25 ; Capt.
il/^/o/x John Jackson Lowtb,^ i:s. 3 July, 24 ; Liewi.
V23 Mar. 32 Major, v 12 June, 40 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col.U Nov. 51.
Cr/^j^. 5 Sept. 26
James Pattoun Sparks, Ens. 27 July 15 ; Lieut. 30 July 18 ;
O^ulyoi^
/-m^ 3/tfior, 23 Nov. 41 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; Major,
;

39

ENSIGN.

Captains.
Samuel Adamson

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

1 Dec. 37
15 Mar. 31 p 27 Sept. 33
Jos.
7 Aug. 40
4 Aug. 37
3 Feb. 32
JohnW.S. Smith'..
P
28 April 48
2 April 41 P 2 June 43
James S. Hawker Farrer
p
9 Nov. 38 p 8 Nov. 42 P19 July 50
William James Loftus
19 Mar. 52
P 1 Mar. 39 P29 Dec. 40
Arthur Layard
3 Jan. 45 p 30 July 52
Edward Thomas Gloster p 13 May 42
p 30 May 43 p 9 June 46 P 21 Sept. 62
Gustavus Hume
P20 Oct. 43 P 3 Dec. 47 31 Dec. 52
Samuel Hackett
3 Jan. 45
7 Mar. 49 P 20 May 63
Cha. F. Torrens Daniell
p 9 June 46 p 27 April 49 P 18 Oct. 53
Ludford Harvey Daniel
p

brev.-maj.
11 Nov. 61

do

Lieutenants.
P

46

47

26 June
3 Dec.
19 Sept.
P 6 Oct.

p 27 July 49
p 20 Dec. 50
48 P 17 Oct. 61
48
p
7 Nov. 61
A. Campbell Snodgrass
2 Sir John Campbell served
Wm. Rob. Crawford Potter 'P30 Dec. 45 p 29 Dec. 46 tlirougliout the Burmfse war
49
62
Mar.
Mar.
from 15h April, 1824 to
23
19
(Medal),
adj.
Frederick Beswick,
conclusion in Fob. 1S26, as
Thomas Eyre Lambert, r. p 24 Nov. 38 P 12 Feb. 41 its
to Sir Archibald
Aide-de-camp
p 16 Aug. 60 p 30 July 52
iJoM. Cha. JobnAddington
Camplell.
22 Dec. 48 P21 Sept. 52
3 Lt.-Col. Lowth served with
John Crosby Vaughan
P 12 Dec. 50
31 Dec. 52 the 38th in ihe Burmese war
Rowland Hill Gordon
and was present at the
P 13 Dec. 60 P20 May 53 (Medal),
Compton A. S. Dickins
atfairs of Senibike and Nepadie,
Arthur Brooksbank .... P21 Nov. 61 P18 Oct. 53 and attack and capture ol MelOwen G. Saunders Davies 12 Dec. 61 P 18 Oct. 53 loon and of Paghara Mew.

Charles Edward Johns


Horatio Page Vance .
James Thomas Craster

I-

Ensigns.
Peter Wright Breton

Sidney Godolphin Quicke

18 May 50
9 July 52

P21 Sept. 52
Henry Broome Feilden
p 15
Oct. 62
De Vic Tupper
John Fred. Clinton Boyle 21 Jan. 53
53
Pl4May
Thomas Brodie Wardlaw
Constantine Sept. Gaynor'P 18 Oct. 53
.

S,!SlEt !'ja Hr,-, J. 5.

Adjutant. Lieut. Frederick Beswick, 9 July

i;. 20 Feb. 46 ;
.

i. - 3 Oct 48.

62^

Qr^er-i/.^e.-.-James Twibill, 8 May 40 ; Ens. 7 May 40


Assist.-Surg. 19 Oct. 38.
5M7-eoM. Frederick Foaker, 23 March 47 ;
June, 63.
Asslst.-Surgeon.D\ghY William Lawlor, 10

Facings "ieWovt. Agents, Cox & Co.


[Returned from Nova Scotia 25 Aug. 1851.]
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1

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190

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^Oth{The 2nd

Somersetshire) Regt. of Foot 191

Heod Quarters, Melbourne.


The Sphiiij;, with the word " Egypt" on the caps of the Flank Companies. " Monte Video'' " Roleia"
" ViMiEiiA" "Talaveka" "Badajoz" "Salamanca" "ViTTORiA'"" Pyrenees" "
Nivelle"

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1842," "

Years' Serv.

MAHARA.IPORE."

and Cabool

Colonel.

Saa Sir Alexander Woodford,' GCB.

Capt.
M(gor-Gen. 27
25 April, 42.

July, 95

1 1

Dec. 99

Capt.

&

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ns. 6 Dec. 94;

Lietif.

15

Lieut.-Col. 8 Mar. 10; Col. 4 June, 14


j
Col. 40th Foot'

May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38;

Thomas

James Valiant, Ens. 29 May, 28; Lieut. p17 Dec. 29May, 35 ; Major, p 10 July, 46 Lieut. -Col. 25 June 52.
Majors. io\m Martin Bladen Neill,^ Ens. i'22 Mar. 33 ; Lt. 9 Jan. 35 ; Capt.
11 Mar. 42 ; Major, p 8 June 49.
Lieut. -Col.

Cnpt.

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Major, P25 June 52.

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"Caitdahar, Ghczxee, and Cabool, 1842."

Colonel.

Years' Serr.

Charles Ashe a'Court,' CB. KH. Ens. 17 Dec. 01 ; Lieut. 2 Sept. 02; Capt
25 Julv, 04; Major, 26 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. -Col. 19 Mav, 13 ; Col. 22 Julv,30
Full
Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut. -Gen. 11 Aox. 51 ; Col. 41st Foot, 5 Feb. 48
Pay pj^'
^^'
Lieut. -Colonel. GeoTs.e Carpenter, Ens. 1 Oct. 18; Lieut. 1 Mar. 20; Capt
P 29 Oct. 25 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38 ; Major, r 22 Julv, 45 ; Lieut. -Col
36
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Ll//or*\ Augustus J. W. Xorthey, Ens. P14 July, 37; Lieut. i3 July, 40,
Capt. P 21 Sept. 44; 3/wJor, P 27 Dec. 50.
James Eman,* Ens. 25 Mar. 3G; Lieut. 16 Aug. jS; Capt. 9 Oct. 46; Major,

53

19

26 Nov. 52.

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"

VIMIERA " " CORUNNA " " BUSACO " " FUENTES D'ONOR" CIUDAD
RODRIGO "" BADAJOZ " " SALAMANCA " " VITTORIA " NIVELLE"

Years

'

"NIVE'

Foreign Service"!
14 April 1848. J

Vears' Serv.

4:5th{The Nottinghamshire) Regt.of Foot. [De"o"aPchltiiam."


" ROLEIA" "ViMlERA" "TALAVBRA" "BUSACO" " PUENTES B'OnOR" "ClUDAD IlODKIGO"
" Badajoz" " Salamanca" " Vittoria" "Pvrenees" " Nivelle" "Orthes"
" Toulouse"" Peninsula" " Ava."

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25

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at Kilkenny. J

46th (The South Devonshire)

Rer/t.

of Foot.

197

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Half

Pay.

Pay

li)

Colonel.
ffiSa Richard Egerton,' CB. Ens. 1 Dec. 98: Lt. 29 March, 00Cant '^H
Sept. 04; Major, 26 Aug. 13; Lient.-Col. 18 June 15; CW. 10
Jan 3?"'
Mnjor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 4Gth Foot, 24 Jan. 53.

Lieutenant-Colonel.

14^

RobertGarrettjMvH. :/.!' 6 March, 11; LCSSept. 12; Capt.Pl 3u\y 14


Major, V 19 Sept. 26; Brevet-Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. v 16 May 45. '
Majors.
Alexander Ma.xwell, Ens. p 19 June 35 ; Lieut, p 28 Dec. 38 Cant p "7 Sent 4^
/^W-'*-,
J^yor, P 19 Sept. 48.
David Fyffe, Ens. Pll June 36; Lieut. 2 Apr. 41; Cant. i'16 Mav 45">
3fajor, P 16 Dec. 53.
-

J-

Arthur George Vesey


Arthur Worabwell, s.

P29

13
12
12
12
12

..

11

Henry FullerSandwith,a(Z. P30 Oct. 41


Chas. Robert Shervinton

James George Clarke


John H. Chambers
Albert Nicholas
George Fred. Dallas
Cha.Somerville M'Alester
William lieginaldHesketh
Thomas Fergus Greer
.

5
5

John Augustus Fane ....


Alfred Henry Waldy ....

Richard Lluellyn

20 May 42
26 Apr. 44
31 May 44
P 6 Dec. 44
P16 May 45
P 6 Nov. 46
P21 July 48
P 29 May 49
P 19 Oct. 49
P 14 Dec. 49
15 Dec. 49

Ensigns.
Frank John Curtis

Thomas Douglas Forde..

Nicholas Dunscombe. ..

'James Edward Perry


George Henry Knapp
William Thomas Waldy
George Morland Ilutton
Richard Coote
Geo. D. Thos. Stockwell
.

22 Nov.
15 Oct.
23 Nov.
18 Feb.

P 1
p

P
p

28

37
41

3U
42
42
46
45
45
46
46

Lieutenants.

13
12
10
10
10
9
8
6
5

16
13

May

35 P 25 Aug.
P 5 Apr. 39 P29 Oct.
P12 Dec. 34 31 May
M'illiam Henry O'Toole
Colin Fred. Campbell ..
1 May 40
10 Mar.
Algernon Robert Garrett
P 27 Sept.
1 June 41
P27
George Caldwell Dickens
May 42 21 Apr.
P 24 June 42 P 25 Nov.
Horace George Hayes
Robert William Piper
28 May 42 P 11 July
P 27 Sept. 42 P 8 May
William Hardy
John Edward Lyons .... P 3 Mar. 43 P 6 Nov.

15
20
14

captain.

Captains.

19

Mar.

22 Apr.
28 Oct.
11 Nov.
16 Dec.

26 Apr.
6 July
22 Feb.
30 Mar.
P 13 Aug.
P28 Apr.
P 10 Nov.
p 23 Apr.
p

12 Oct.
31 Dec.

1 Apr.
28 Oct.

44
45
47

47
47

48
48
52
52
52
53
53

BUEV.-MAJ.

22 July 42
P
8 May 46
8 Ja'i. 47
P 13 Aug. 47
P 28 Apr. 48
Pll Apr. 51
P 9 May 51
p 23 Apr. 52
p 12 Oct. 52
p 16 Dec. 53
2 Lieut.-Col. Garrett served
in the Peninsula with the OtU
Division in 1811, and tvith the
4th Division in IS 12 and 13, and
was present in ail the actions,
sieges, and smaller affairs in

which those two Divisions were


respectively
engaged
from
Fuentes d'Onor in May I81I,
until the end of 1813, when he
was sent to England for recovery from his wounds. He
received two wounds at tlie
attack of the Forts at Salamanca, on which occasion the

command

of

tlie

Light

Com-

pany of the Queen's and some


Artillery devolved upon him,

50 he being tlie only surviving officer


of the
52 column he attacked with; and he was again
62 severely wounded in tlic Pyrenees. Hehas
the War Medal with four clasps for
53 received
Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and
53 Pyrenees.
Pay masterCorcoran served tiio Coorg cam53
53 paign in the Fast Indies with tlie48lh, in 18:i4.
7 Qr.-MasterScoltock served with the 4Crli
53 at thesiegeaud capture ofKittooriu Dec.
1824.
53
(j

Assist.-Surg.
Sarrjeon. Wm. Irwin Breslin, M.D. 2 July, 41
Hosp.-Assist. 9 Feb. 26.
Assistant-Surgeon. Edward James Franklyu, 19 Oct. 49.
Paymaster. Alexis Corcoran,^ 8 July 42 ^s. 30 Nov. 38;
Adjutant. Lieut. Henry Fuller Sandwith, 16 Jan. 52.
Quarter-Master. Samuel Scoltock,' 13 March 46.
;

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8 April 42.

8 March, 27

Facings Yellow.
Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, JJt., Annit,
[^Returned from North America, 8 May 1848.]

Sc

Co.

iMajor-General Egerton, after ser\ing as a subaltern with the 29ih in North Am Tica, and proceeding
ai a Captain with the 89tii to South America, accompanied the 2nd battalion of tlie 34tli to the Peninsula
in 1809.
In the foUowin.; yeir he was appointed to the staff as Del)uly-A^sistant-Adjutant-General, and
attached to the second division, in which capacity he served at tlic battle of Busaco, and on the retreat to,
and during the subsequent occuc.ation of the Lines before Libbun. He was llun removed as senior of the
was jirtsent at tlie siege and capture of Olivenja, the
Adjutant-General's deiiariment to the fourth divibioa
first siege of Badiijoz, battle of Albuhera (wounded), and action of Aldea de Poiite.
Itelinquished his stati"
appointment and rejnintd hi-; regiment in the winter of 1811, and continued to serve witli it until appointed
Ai(le-de camp to Sir Rowland Hill in 1812, on whose personal staff he remained until the t( rmination cf the
war, and was present at the bailies of Vittoria, Pyrenees, for which he oblaintd the brevet ri.nk of .Major
Nivelle, Xive, Ortlies, andT.uilouse. On Lord Hill's appointment to a lomiuand with the army in Flanders
in the spiing of 1815, lie selected Colonel Egerton as his first Aide-di-camp, who served as such at the battle
of Waterloo, where lie obtained the brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, and continued in the same capacity until
the return of the Army of OccupatJDn from France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the command of the
army in chief in 1828, he was i.Ica>^ed to name ('oloncl Egerton fur the confidential appointment of first
Aide-de-camp and Private Secretary, which he held during the whole period of his Lordship's continuante at the head of the army, lie has received the War Medal with eight clasps,
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Ailth

The Lancashire) Regt. of Foot

"TARIFA

"VITTORIA" " ST.

Years' Serv.

Depot

at Birr.

SEBASTIAN" " PENINSULA" " AVA."

Colonel.

iiewf. 22 May, 97; i#. 12 June 99; Cuj^t.


23 Oct. 04; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut. -Col. 17 Aug. 12; Col. 22 July 30;
Full Half
Major-Gen. 28 June 38 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 Col. 47tli Regt. 16 April 47.
Pav. Pay.
P19 July,
L(eMif.-Co/o?ieL William O'Grady Ua\y,Ens. p17 June, 28; iieM^.
f
50.
31 ; Capt. P25 Apr. 34; Major, v 19 May, 46; Lieut.-Col. 27 Dec.
Richard T. Farren, Ens. 30 May 34; Lieut. 31 Jan. 40; Capt.
;tffyor5.

57

M ffiSa

Thomas Dalmer,' CB.,

2rf

3 Jan. 45; Major, p27 Dec. 50.


Charles F. Fordyce, Ens. 17 Feb. 38; Lieut. 3 July 40; Caj)t.
Major, P 12 Oct. 52.

32

30 Jan. 46;

^""^eS'tXr^i!:'-''-] ^Sth

(The Northamptonshire) Be^i. of Foot.

199

DOURO" "TALAVERA" " ALBUIIERA"" BADAJOZ" "SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA" " PYRENEES"" NIVELLE" ORTHES" " TOULOUSE"
"

Years' Serv.|

55

PENINSULA."
Colonel.

Sir James Henry Reynett/ KCIl. SJns. 25 Nov. 99; Lieut. 14 March, 00Capt. 24 March, 04 ; Mojor, 8 A])ril, 13 Lt.-Col. 1 Juno, 14; Col. 22 July'
30; Muj.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gcn. 11 Nov. 51 ; CW.48th Foot, 25 Nov. 50.
;

Lieut.-Colunel.

Benjamin Riky, Ens. VQ Nov. 30; Lieut. 30 May, 34; Capt. p 8 Sept 38Brevet-Major, 11 Nov. 51; Major, i'20 Feb. 62; Lieut.-Col.V[^ Dec. 63.'
M(gors.
George Mowbray Lys,^ Ens. 2 Mar. 28; Lieut. 20 Dec. 31 Capt. 19 Dec 45
^
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Major, 27 Dec. 52.
Andrew Green, Ens. 12 Jan. 38; Lieut. p3 Apr. 40,"; Capt.^^ k^x. 47 i>/ryor,
;
:

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Or the Hertfordsldrc) Regt. of Foot.


EGMONT-OP-ZEE" COPENHAGEN" "QUEENSTOWN." "CHINA," "T;(BX>ra{70n.''
Colonel. i^ ^m Sir Edward Bowater,' KCH. :,is. 31 Mar. 04; Lf. & Capt.
2^ Aug. 09; Cajit. & Lt.-Col. 25 July, 14; Col. 12 Oct. 26; Maj-Gen. 10

"

50
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

Lt.-Gcn. 9 Nov. 46 Col. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46.


Henry William Adains,= CB. ^/w. 31 July, 23; if.P31 Dec. 25;
C;5^. PlOJune,26;!yl/J. p 18 Jan. 39; i^.-CoL 13 Mar. 40; Co/. 1 1 Nov. 51.
Majors.
Henry George Hart, Ens. 1 Apr. 29; Lieut. 19 July 32; Ccqit.'
1 Dec. 42
Major, v\b Dec. 48.
Tliomas Norcliife Dalton,^ ^?w. 22 Sept. 37; Lieut. 14 Dec. 40; Capt. '29:
Apr. 46 Major, P 28 Feb. 51.
Jan. 37

Lieut. -Colonel.

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211
KGYPT" " VIMIERA" " CORUNNA" " ALMAKAZ "
"VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "NIVE""OirniKS" "PENINSULA"-" PUKNIAR"
" MOODKEE" " I'EKOZESHAH " " ALnVAL" "SOURAOX."
Colonel. Right Hon. Sir Gcorgo Arthur,' Bt. KCH. :ns. 25 Aug. 04; Lt. 24
The SpJiinx with the words "

Hall

Pay.

June, 05; Capt. 5 May, 08; Major, 6 Nov. 12 ; Lt.-Col. 1 June, 15; Col.
10 Jan. 37 Mtijor-Gen. 9 Nov. 4(j ; Col. 50th Foot, 28 Tcb. 53.
Henry Eilmund De Burgh Sidlcy, Cornet, A May, 15; Lf.
Lieut. Colonel.
Capt. p 11 Jane, 30; Major, 8 April, 42 Lt.-Col. i'28 May 52.
21 Feb. 22
Richard Waddy,^ Ens. 17 Aug. 32; Lt. 4 Mav 3(i; Capt. 18 Nov.
Majors.
41 ; Major, 14 Feb. 52.
Jolm Lucas Wilton,^ Ens. 13 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. 10 ]\Iar. 32 ; Copt. 15 July 45 ;
Major, V 28 May 52.
;

22

i'

ENSIGN.

Captains.

BREV.-MAJ.

18 June 41 P S Feb. 43
22 Oct. 41 P22 Dec. 43
4 Aug. 40 P20 Aug. 41
HeathfieldJas.Frainpton''
G June 34 P 5 May 37
Hon. Jas. Pierce Maxwell
29 Mar. 44
7 Feb. 4G
IJolin Purcell^
Edward George Hibbert !'29 Apr. 4G P G Oct. 48
Herman Ernest Gallon. P20 Dec. 44 P 20 Oct. 48
Andrew C. Knox Lock .. P28 Sept. 47 P 8 June 49
Richard Townscnd Gray V 18 July 48
G May 50
11 Apr. 49 P 24 Sept. 50
Philip Limborch Tillbrook

John Olaus Moller


Henry Edwin Weare^

1'

P30 Dec. 45
P26 May 48
P19 Sept. 48
P 25 June 41
P13April52
28 May 52
30 July 52
P 12 Aug. 53
P

2 Sept. 53

P18 Oct. 53

LlEUTKNANTS.
Richard Moore Barnes^

Raymond Herbert White


M'aljtoleGeorge

1 Nov. 42
5 July 45
9 Ensign Thompson served the
19 Sept. 48
14 Feb. 52 campaign on tlie Sutlej, and was
present at the battles of Muodkee,
2 Feb. 49 P 19 Mar. 52 Ferozcshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon.
10 Apr. 49 P13 April 52 Was ANounded by the explosion of
P 17 IMaySO P21 May 52 a gun limber at Ferozeshah, and
very severely wounded by grape
Pl4 June 50 P21 May 52 shot in right breast at Sobraon
22 Nov. 50 P28 May 52 Medal and three Clasps).
P IGApr. 52 P28 Jan. 53
29 Dec. 48 P18 April 51
P
9 Feb. 49 Pll July 51
P 11 June 52 P12 Aug. 53
P 12 June 52 P 2 Sept. 53
P 13 June 52 P18 Oct. 53
P

Tindall Hebden
Daniel ^Yilliam Tupper.

Dashwood

William Henry Mangles

R.MaingyMurchison, ac(?'
Anthony Molloy Fawcett
John Nowlan
Alfred John Lane

Robert Blackall
Gecrge William Bunbury
Robert Henry Macfarlane
ENSlfJNS.
27 Feb. 52
John Thompson^
Wm. Theodore Hickman P 9 Julv 52
William Montagu Leeds P17 Aug.
Edw. Crawfurd Antrobus P 23 Nov. 52
M.deS.M'K.G.Aug.Clarke P 18 Feb. 53
P12 Aug. 53
John W^oods Dimond
Arthur Evelyn Tyler .... P18 Oct. 53
P 18 Nov. 53
William Wenslcv Bond
P(/w(.sfer. Ilodder Roberts, 11 Mar. 53 Ens. p9 Feb. 49; Lt. 10 July 52.
Adjutant. Lieut. Roderick Maingy Murchison, 18 Oct. 53.
\Q,uar.-Mas. Robert Fortune, 25 Aug. 46.
Surgeon. Au^. Henry Cowen,'" 2 July 41 ; A.S.^Q July 30; H.A. 2 Nov. 2C.
\Assist.-Surg.3o\n\ Clay Purves, M.D. 9 April 47.
Facings Blue. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
YJRetttrnedfrovi Bengal, G June 1848.]
.

Sir George Ailliur served with the 85th in Sir James Ciaig's exptditicii to Iinl\ in 18CC; pirctto'td
thence the following year to Egyjit, and being appointed Adjutant of ihc Li^Iit Battalion, was engai;ed in
the allack on Rosetta severely wounded in the rightarm. After servingin Sicily under Sir James Kenijit,
he relumed to England in 1808; the following year commanded the Light Company with the W'alcheren
expedition; was employed in the attack on Flushing, and, being then on outpost duty, was ordered lo check
the advance of the French force, which he eflecfed his con.pany. hoe^er, suflering stverely. For liis
gallantly on this occasion he was thanked in orders, and appointed to the stall as Df juty Assist. Adjutant-General.
In 1837 he was appointed Lieut.-Govcrnor of Upper Canada, with llie local rank of WajorGcneral on the Staff, and these appointments he held duriig the wliole of the attacks of tlie American Brigands upon Upper Canada, which were entirely defeated.
2 Major Waddy was present at the battle of Puliniar (medal).
3 Major Wilton commanded the Fort of Loodianah during the rarlv part of the Sutlej campaign, and was subseciucntly
present with the SOtli in the battle of Aliwal, where he was severely burnt by an explosion of one of the enemy's tunilrils
and battle of Sobraon, where he was very severely wounded, liaving received a shot in the hip, and three severe sabre woun
in the left shoulder, right arm broken : Medal and one Clasp.
4 Capt. Weare served with the 32nd Regt. during the first siege operations before SJcoItan in 18-18 (Bleda
and Clasp).
He served also the campaign on the Sutlej ( Medal ai:d
5 Capt. Frampton was present in the battle ofPunniar (Medal).
two Clasps), including the battle:^ of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Aliwal, in which last he was dangerously wounded, ar.d l.ad
bis arm amputatf d,
6 Capt.PurccU, with a detachment of the oOtli, was wrecked on tlie Andaman Islands in Nov. 184.1, v'liere
1 e remained for 55 days,
suftering great privation.
He served on the Sutlej (Medal), and was at Buddiwal, and severely wounded at Aliwal wliile carrying the colours.
7 Lt. Barnes served on the Sutlej (Medal & one Clasp),at Mocdkee and Ferozcshah (seveitly voui.dcd).
10 Surg. Cowen served with the force cinploytd against the llr.jali of Cttig in Apiil lt4.
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The King^s Own Light Infantry Regt.
"MINDEN" "CORUNNA" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORI A ""PYRENEES"" NIVELLE""ORTHES" " PENINSULA " " WATERLOO."
"I

LServ. 15 July 1838.J

Colonel.

Sir Thomas Willshire, Bart., KCB.' Etisign, 25 June 95; Lieut. 5 Sept. 9;
Cajyt. 28 Aug. 04 ; Major, 21 Sept. 13; Lieut. -Col. 4 Dec. 15 ; Col. 10 Ja
37 ; Mujor-Gm. 9 Nov. 46
Col. 51st, 20 June 49.
Lieut.- Colonel. 1^ iMi Wm. Henry Elliott,^ KH. Ens. p 6 Dec. 09 ; i<. p 13 Au
12 ; Capt. P9 Nov. 20 ; Maj. P 12 July 31 ; Lt.-Col. P2? June 38; Co?. 11 Nov. 6
Majors.Ar\\o\d. Charles Errmgton,''^*. p4 Feb. 26; Lieut. \^ Sept. 31 ; Ca}
p 14 July, 37 ; Major, v 2b July, 45; Brevet Lt.-Col. 9 Dec. 53.
Augustus Thomas Rice,^ Ens. p 11 Oct. 31 ; Lieut. pIO Mar. 37 Capt. f 15 0(
41; Major, 23 June 52; Brevet Lt.-Col. 9 Dec. 53.

28

Captains.

William H. H. AndersonSjoo Sept. 33 28 Aug. 36 P 6 June


P31 July 36 P 27 June 38 P 25 July
Hon. David Erskine
ChichesterG.Crookshank' 25 Mar. 30
29 Dec. 38 18 July
Rich. Atherton Ffarington p 3 July 40 P 23 June 43 p 28 Dec.
P
Augustus Henry Irby^
Pl5JulV 37
5 Oct. 41
9 Aug.
Donald G- Angus Darroch^ P22 Mar. 33 P2G Aug. 36, P 16 Apr.
Herbert Russell Manners'^' 28 Aug. 38
7 Jan. 42! 13 Nov.
Edward Cecil Singleton'" P31 Dec. 41 P 31 Dec. 44 19 April
8 Aug. 41
Henry Fletcher Marston"
8 Mar. 39
23 June
John Henry Dickson'^
15 Nov. 39 20 May 42
15 Mar.
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BRET.-Mii

45
45
48
49

50
42
46
52
52
63

Lieutenants.
Saml. Alexander Madden'^ p 7 July 43
Geo. Warburton Drought P27 Sept. 44
John Geo. Don Marshall'^ 14 July 43
Wm.Lemp. Fred. SheafFe'^ 6 Dec. 44
Samuel George Carter*
13 June 45
4 July 45
R. Gordon Sanders Mason
Edward O'Callaghan'"
10 Oct. 45
P
W^illiam James Baillie'^
19 Jan. 49
StewartAlex. Cleeve, '*'//;. 20 Jan. 49
John Anderson^^
JP25 June 47
p 1 5 Oct. 50
William Agg'^ ,
Henry Reveley Mitford'" p 18 Apr. 51
.

Ensigns.
Henry

4 July 45
22 July 45
25 July 45
6 Aug. 47
18 July 48
18 May 49
p 28 Dec. 49
8 Mar. 50
4 Apr. 51
18 Apr. 51
19 May 53
P 13 Dec. 53

P
P

TraflPordTraiford^^"!

Charles Acton^'

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31 Mar. 49
12 Dec. 51

7 Captain Crookshank, when proceeding to V


Dicmen's Land in charge of a convict guard, reeeiv

severe wounds by the accidental discharge c


14 May 52 several
pistol, in an attempt made by the prisoners to surpr
Willis;
9 July 52 the guard,
[For remainder of Notes, see page 235.]
Charles Goddard
23 Nov. 52
Malcolm Chas. Farrington 10 June 53
P 27 May 53
Percy Mitford
William Dare Sladen
.] p 13 Dec. 53
Paymaster. Hugh Somerville SawyerBurney,^ 31 July, 46; Ens. P29 Dec. 3.
Adjutant. Lieut. Stewart AlexanderCleeve,'" 30 March 49. [i^. P14 June,3
Quarter-Master. Robert Shean,^ 20 Aug. 44.
Surgeon. George Stewart Beatson.^M.D., 28 Aug. 46; Assist.-Surg.\^3u\y?>
Assist. -Surg eons.
George Cunninghame Meikleham,'^ 16 June, 43.
William Abbott Anderson, '^ 28 Feb. 45.
Thomas Crawford," M.D. 18 Feb. 48.
Facings Blue. Agent, A. Laurie, Esq.

Arthur Percy Kerr


Hen. R. De Anyers

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Sir

Thomas

1803

9,

including

'Willshire served with the 38th in the West Indies from August 1797 to Au^st 1800; the campaign
Accompanied the expedition
tlie battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to, and battle of, Corunna.

Served afterwards in the Teninsula, from June 1312 to the end of that war in 1814; commanded t
iu ISOli.
light company at the battle of Salamanca twice wounded), on the retreat from Burgos and action at Villa Muriel, the i
tio of 05ma,"battle of Vittoria, tirst assault of San Sebastian, also second assault and capture, when he received the brei
Couinianded
a brigade of light companies at the passage of Bidassoa, battle of Nivelle, and battles oft
rank of Major.

Waloheren
I

Nive on the 9th, U.ih. and Uth Dec. 1313, for which services he was in 1S15 appointed Brevet Lieut.-Colonel. Hepuls
with three hundred men the attack of ten thousand Caffres upon the open village of Grahan.'s Town, on the frontier
the Cape of Good Hope, on the 22nd April 1319, and commanded during the subsequent operations agaiiist the Caff)
in the same year. Served afterwards in the East Indies from May 1322 to 1340. Commanded a wing of the 46th at t
capture of Kittoor in the Dooab, it Dec. 1324. Served also throughout the whole of the campaign in Alfghanist
under Lord Keane; present at the capture of the fortress of Ghuznec, 23rd July 1339, upon which occasion he w
appointed KCB.; and while in command of the Bombay column of the army of the Indus he captured the fortress
Khelat on the ijth Nov. following, for which service he was created a baronet. Has received the silver War Medal wi
,

seven Clasps.

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Head Qrs. at Meerut. J

Rt. of Foot
^2d (Oxfordshire)
/
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(Lt.
Infantry).
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203

"HINDOOSTAN" "VIMIERA" "CORUNNA" " BUSACO"' " FUENTES D'ONOR"


Serv.
"CIUDAD RODRIQO" " BADAJOZ" " SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA'" NIVKLLE"
_"NIVE""ORTHES" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "WATERLOO."
^ Sir Arcliibald Maclaine,' KCB. Ens. IG Apr. 94; Lt. 29 Apr. 95
Colonel.
inif
j

Pay.

Col. 2-2 .Inly 30


Copt. 22 Dec. 04 ; Major, 4 Oct. 10 ; Lt.-Col. 25 Jan. 13
Major-Gen. 28 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 Col. 52iul F. 8 Feb. 47.
Geor^ic Campbell, Ens. p 13 Mar. 35; Lieut. 21 Dec. 38
Lieut.-Colonel.
Major, v 21 May 50 Lieut. -Col. 27 May 53.
Capt. P 2() Jan. 41
Robert George Hughes,'^ Ens. p29 June 30 ; Lieut. p6 July 32; Capt. f 3 Dec
Major, p 22 Feb. 50; Lt.-Col. 31 Oct. 52.
41
Majors. Charles James Conway Mills, Ens. p 26 Dec. 34; Lieut, p 28 Aug
38 ; Capt. v 25 June 41 ; Major, p 22 Aug. 51.
Joshua AUeu Vigors, Ens. p 19 Sept. 2G; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 29 ; Capt. p 19 Oct
38; Brev.-Maj. 11 Nov. 51 Major, 27 May 53.
j

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19

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204

^^rd{The Shropshire) Regt. of Foot.


[|
P"t[h Auril^"']
NIEUPORT" " TOl'RNAY" " ST LUCIA" " TALA VERA" " SALAMANCA"" VITTOR
"PYRENEES" -N VELLE" " TOULOUSE" " PENINSULA "" ALIWAL""

PI

lerv.

50
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Full

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BRAON" PUNJAUB," " GOOJERAT."


Colonel.
^ ^M Fitz Eov James Henry, Lord Raglan,' GCB. Curnet, 9 June, 04 Lt.
Mav, 05 Copt. 5 Mav, 08 Mcij. 9 June, 11 Lieut.-Col. 27 Apr. 12 Cnl
A\\^Ab;Maj.-Gen.'il May,25; if.-C?e. 28 June,38 Co/. o3rdF. 19 Nov.
Henrv William Breton, ?(s. 16 Mar. 15; Lieut. p27 July,!
Lient.-Colonels.
Capt. i'21 Julv, 25 Major p 31 Dec. 28 Lt.-Col. 11 July 34 Col. 9 Nov.
William R.Mansfield,^ -Ems. 27 Nov. 35 Lieut. p31 Aug.38; Co/j^. PlOFeb.

Pay. Par.

""39"

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Lt.-Col. P 9 May 51.


.1/ryor*. Henry Havclock,^ CB., 5. 2rf Lt. 20 July, 15; Lt. p24 Oct. 21 ; Cap
June 38 Brev.-Major, 4 Oct. 42 ; il/ff/. 30 June 43 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 30 April
John M'Neill Walter,' Ens. p 31 July 35 ; Lieut. 3 July 39 ; Capt. 29 Sept. 4

Major, VQ Dec. 47

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37
16
12

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14
13
16
10

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2 Dec. 53.

11

12

captain.

ENSIGN.

Captains.

*^ "S

Wm. H. II. Forbes Clarke^

25 Nov.
4 Dec.
Thomas Ffrench^
P
Ross
9 Nov.
Pat. W. Sydenham
P 27 May
William Payn^
7 Apr.
Annesley Paul Gore^ ....
C.F.WebsterWedderburne P31 May
6 June
Thomas Moubray'".
Macartney H. Oldfield" 26 Nov.
2 Nov.
William Bagenall
P31 Dec.
John H. Lothian
Wm. F. Adams Colman''^ 15 June
2 Dec.
John Breton'''

May

26 29 Sept. 43
26 Apr. 28
31 Oct. 40 11 Nov.
17
16 Jan. 49
38 P 2 Sept. 42
42 P12 Jan. 44 P 14 Mar. 61
43 P 8 Jan. 47 Pll Sept. 49
39 p 26 Jan. 41 P28 May 52
2 Lieuteni
15 Mar. 53
40, 25 Feb. 42
Col. Mansf
15 Mar. 53 served with
41 jP 15 Mar. 44
38 P 29 Apr. 42
1 Dec. 48 53rd
in
28 May 48 P15 Feb. 53 campaign
44
10 Mar. 45
15 Mar. 53 tlie Sutlej
43
1846, and
42 26 July 44 P 2 Dec. 53 present at B
24

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c =

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5 5

h P

28 Aug. 39 26 July 44
24 May 44
15 Jan. 41
Alex. James Sutherland^
22 Feb. 46
28 July 44
Henry Buck^
f
P
8 Aug. 45
42
8
Apr.
Hen. Archd. Robertson"
Mar. 46, 3 4 June 47
-
John Wm. Follows," adj. 31
,_
Ti ,HQ
.,i
/ JU1\ 4J
17 Apr. 42
George Herbert Cox '
James Winsmore Corfield 28 Aug. 46 P 16 June 48
P 13 Au"'. 47 P 13 July 49
Edward Dyne Fenton "
30 Nov. 49
Francis Percival Drought P 6 Dec. 44
P
8 Feb. 50
16 June 48
Beudyshe Walton" ..
4 May 49
46!
11 Dec.
George Newton Fendall
30 Apr. 46 P 15 June 49
John Keys Humfrey
Ar^^v^^
on Jan.
T.,
Afo,. 51
=;i
14 Mar.
47
John Alexander Dalzell" 30
May 51
10 April 49
Graham Taylor
Fred. Richard Sollv Flood P 21 Aug. 49 p 8 Aug 51
52
p 14 Mar. 51 p 12 Oct
Henry Helsham .'
3 Jan. 53
Avary Jordan Davern^'
29 Jan. 47
P
May
53
6
25 July 51
Thomas Acton
Wm. Henry James Clarke 19 Aug. 5llP 2 Dec. 53
.

and claps). Hecomroanded


in the Punjaub c:
paign in 1849, and was preser
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the
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(Medal), and was present
Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobn
He has also the Punjaub Jle
9 Capt. Gore served with the
Drag. Guards against the Insur
Boers in South Africa in 1845:
throughout the Kaflir war of 18

7 Maj, Walter served throughout the Kaffir


paign of 1846-7 as Adjutant of the 90th, and Field ti
Served with the 53rd h
t'^"' of ""^ '*' Division.
Punjaub Campaign in 1849, and was present at the
tie of Goojerat( Medal and ciasp).
6 Major Ffrench served with the 2Clh in CI
(Medal and was at Chusan, Ninppo, Cha
i

in
T^
JNoV.4/
19 AT
Cha. Fra. Herbert Lloyd 'p17 Oct. 61
"1 Mav
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iTIiomas Charles ^''^"'="[
Ffrench
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Humtrey.
Charles
Alex.
11 Mar. oo
P
53
June
Brooke
10
Langford
Js. H.
P 2 Dec. 53
John Rclle Prideaux
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wounded)

5 Captain Clarke served 1


47th in the Burmese v

tlie

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Wale Rymer Byrne ....
Donald Harvev Munro

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also c
in the op.

whether his regt.


the field or not, and
present at the affairs of Na

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employed

on the Peshawur

in

t'ons
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5
5
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at which last

acted as Aide-de-Cauip to
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and Sobraon,

George Robert Hopkins^

15
13
10
12
8
12

Nov. 53;

1,

s,,ani,ai_-\voosun2,ChinKianFoo andNan
(Served as a Major of Brigade in the Pun;
Campaign in 1849 and was present at the br
of Goojerat (Medal and Clasp).

Cir. -Master,

20 July 47; Bus. 4

S(

Adjutant. Lieut. John Wm. Follows,''' 27 May, 46.


Quarter-Maste)-. Thomas Marshall, 30 July 52.
Surgeon. Nelson Dartuell,'^ 19 Jan. 44 ; Assist.-Surg. 4 Dec. 32.
Facings Rec
Asststant-Sjirgeo7is. James Simpson Grant, M.D. 25 Sept. 40.

Thomas

Bussett Reid, IG

May

51.

Alexander Macrae, M.D. 5 Nov. 50.

Mes
Cox & Co

Ageytts,

1
Lord Raslan performed the arduous and responsible duty of Aide-de-Camp and Military Secreti
His Grace the Duke of Wellington throughout the camiiaigns in Spain, Portugal, France, and Flandi
and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco(woundcd); the attack and captur
Oporto, pursuit of Marshal Soult, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them, operations in
pursuit of Marshal Massena, battlcof Fuentes d'Onor, 1st siege of Badajoi, the brilliant affair of El Bodoii,si.
and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid i
rctr
C cfc)
the Retire, driving the enemy from Valladolid to Burgos, siege of that castle, various affairs on the
O _ rt ^
5-3 from Burgos to the frontiers of Portugal, advance in 1813, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, action
Touloi
battles
of
Ortlics
and
advance
in
1814,
!>Nive
tlie
i
5 Iriin, passage of the Bidassoa, the Nivelle, and
~ o 'I - and every other affair which took place also the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat ofthe 17lh June, andbatth
*1 1) S c ?^, =5 W^-terldo, severely wounded, right arm amputated.
His Lordsliip has received the gold cross and 1
J
- E-- ~" "*
clasps for Fuenles d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamanca. Vittoria, Pyrenees, Niveile, Nive, Orthes, and Toulou
and tlie silver War Medal and five clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco, and Ciudad Rodrigo.
(/'or Notts 8, 10, II, I-.', 14, 17, 18, src next jml
:

1_

fe^ncf;

54^// (

00?'!;;']

The West Norfolk) Regt. of Foot.

[D5t'a?Londonde?rV.

Sphinx, with the words " MARABOUT"" EGYPT" " AVA."


Colonel.'^ AVilliaiu AloxaiuUr Gordon,' CB. Ensrl Oci.QA; Licnt. 11 Dec. 94;
Lieut.-Col. 2ii Dec. 13; Col. ii2 July
Cant. '2 Oct. 01 ; Major, 4 June Vd
Col. 64lh F. 15 Aug. 60.
aO MiiJ.-Goi. '2S Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Chn. 11 Nov. il
1'2 Dec. '2C
Lieut,
William Yorke ]\loorc,-' i'w'. 15 Dec. -25
Lt.-Colunel.
lU July, 03; Major, 30 Dec. 4-2; Lt.-Cul. 11 Nov. 51.
Crt/>^
Ui May, 34; Lt. p 10 Nov.
Arthur CJt. George II. Stepney,^ J^ns.
^l/^yori-.
Major, 9 July, 50.
15 April, 42; Bnjv.-MaJ. 3 April, 4(1
37 Capt.
Bowhind Moffat, /is. i'a2Juuc32; Lieut, v 7 Aug. 35 ; Capt. '.'21 Aug. 41;
Major, 4 March, 53.
Tlie

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55th

The Westmoreland) Regt. of Foot.


" CHINA."" The Bragon.

rEmb.for
Lol.

Gibraltar, 25 Fei).
Depot at Terapleraore.

Colonel.
Millet Hamertou, CB.' Cornet, 31 Oct. 92 ; Lieul. 31 Jan. 94 ;
Capt. 28 Oct. 93 ; Maj. 15 June 04 ; Lieut.-Col. 4 June 11 ; Col. '21 May 25 ;
Full Half
MaJ.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lieut.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 55th Regt. 17 Dec. 48.
Pay. Pav
Lleit.t.-Colonel. Charles WaiTen,^ CB. JSns. 24 Nov. 14; Lt. 13 Nov. 18;
Capt. P 1 Aug. 22; 3Iajor, 21 Nov. 34 Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42 ; Lt.Col. P 25 Nov. 45.
Majors. Henry Charles Barnston Daubeney/ CB. Ens. 12 Mar. 29 ; Lt.
9 Aug. 31 Capt. p 28 Oct. 36; Brev.-Maj. 23 Dec. 42; Maj. p 25 Nov. 45.
Fred. Amelius Wliimper,^ Ens. p 23 Jan. 35 ; Lieut. P 23 Mar. 38 ; Capt.
19
" 5 Oct. 41 ; Major, P 24 June, 53.

Years' Serv.

62

II

Sgl John

ENSIGN.

Captains.
John
John

Baillie

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.
I

Rose*

18 May 32,? 7
3 June 32 P 10
4 June 32 P15
27 Nov. 35 P 24

Apr 26

2 Nov. 30
Hector M'Caskill
29 Nov. 27
W. Holland L.D. Cuddy' P31 May 33
Coats<5

Nov. 33 P]8 Mar 36


11
P19 Oct. 38 P 7 Feb. 40 P 5
George King'
P 14 June 39 P15 Dee. 40 P 19
John George Schaw*
Alfred Capel Cure
30 July 44 P 9 Apr. 47 P17
P
John Donovan Verner
24 Sept. 41 P23 Aug. 44 P 6
Augustus Leacock Marsh P30 Dec. 45 p 19 Oct. 49 P 24

Henry Thomas

Lieutenants.
John Frend,' d. pm.

7 Sept.

Henry

P31Dee.

Butler"

Feb. 40

Apr. 40
Dee. 40
Oct. 45
Nov. 45
Nov. 47
Jan. 49
Aug. 52
July 52
June 53

BREV.-MAJ.

Nov. 51

11 Nov. 51

11 Nov. 51

6 Nov. 46

20 Feb. 41
8 April 42
T.Southwell Brown,d.adj.
14 Nov. 45 P 26 May 48
Robert Hume
9 Apr. 47 P 30 Nov. 49
20 Oct. 48
Geo. Edw. L. C. Bissett
8 Nov. 50
John Warren, adj.. ..... 1 1 April 49 P 7 Feb. 51
William Barnston
22 Dec. 48
2 Sept. 51
Robert Grigg
7 Jan. 48 P 3 Oct. 48
P 19 Jan. 49 P 30 April 52
Fred. Cockayne Elton
P18 Sept. 49 P 17 Aug. 52
Richard England
P 19 Oct. 49 P 26 Nov. 52
John Richard Hume
.
P23
James Hannay
Nov. 49 P 6 May 53
Edw. Marcus Armstrong P18 Sept. 49 P 24 June 53
....
Reynolds VYcrge

38

39|
I

Ensigns.
3
4
2
o
1
1

5
15

13
3
10

FitzHenry Scovell
8 Aug. 51
George Anthony Morgan P16 Sept. 51
W^illiam Mansel Tayler..
16 Feb. 50
Lea Birch
25 June 52
P
Thomas Maude Roxby
26 Nov. 52
John Granville Harkness 13 May 53
Wm. Hamilton Richards P 14 May 53
Edmd. PortescueTwysdenlP24 Jime 53
Paymaster. William Macdonnell, 22 April 53; Ens. IB Aug. 48; Lieut. 26
Adjutant. Lieut. John Warren, 14 May 52.
[June 52.
Quarter-Master. James Wm. Grigg,' 22 June, 39
Surgeon.
Ethelbert Henry Blake, M.D. 7 Jan. 53 ; Assist.-Surg. 16 Nov. 41
Ass'ist.-Surgeons.
George Edwin Gains, 21 Feb. 51.
Alfred Crocker, 26 Jan. 44.
.

Facings Green.

Agents, Messrs. Barron and Smith.

Irish Agent, J. Atkinson, Esq.

Embarked for the West Indies in


Lieut. -General Hamcrton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, in 1791.
and was at the capture of St. Lucia the fidlowing year. Served in Egypt in I80I. Conamanded the 1st battalion of
and the :^nd battalion in the campaign of 1815, and was wounded in the battle of Waterloo.
the 44th regt. in Spain
2 Lt.-Col. Warren served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1334, and was severely wounded at Saomwar
He
Pettah on the 3rd April ; he succeeded to the command of the Right Wing of the ojth on Ll.-Col. Mill being killed.
commanded the 55th at Chin Kiang Foo in China (Medal), and was again severely vvounded in a personal encounter with three
Tartars, two of whom he himself killed.
On the China expedition (Medal) he com4 Major Daubeney served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834.
manded the Light Company of the 55th at the repulse of the enemy's night attack on Chinhae, and also at Chapoo ; and he
was Major of Brigade to Sir James Schoedde at Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo.
5 Major Rose served with the 55th, and Major Whimper with the 98th, at Chin Kiang Foo, in China (Medal).
6 Major Coats served in China (.Medal), at Amoy, Chusan, and Chin Kiang Foo.
7 MajorCuddy, Captains Hutler and King, Lieut. Frcnd, and yuarter-Master Grigg served in China (Medal), at Amoy,
Chusan, Chinhae (including repulse of night attack), Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Foo, Major Cuddy
was severely wounded at Chin Kiang Foo whilst leading the advance guard at the escalade of the city.
8 Capt. bchaw served in China (Aledal), at Amoy, Chusan, and Chinhae including repulse of the night attack.
1

1795,

^^t^^ (
V

^"'"dcc
Dec. ^84fl^'"-l
1846.
J

" Mono"

51
Full

Pay.

^'''^^

^^St Essex)I Rt. of Foot.


-^ """

is Insignia Calpe."
Colonel. 1^ John Earl o/ Westmorland,' GCB. GCH., Ens. 17 Dec. 0.3; Lt. 5
Jan. 04 ; Capt. 3 May, 05; Maj. 20 Dec. 10 ; Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 11 ; Col. 4 June,
Half
Piy.
14 ; Mnj.-Gen. 27 May, 25 Lt.-Gcn. 28 June, 38 Col. 5Gth Regt. 1 7 Nov. 42.
Wni. Hassall Eden, Ens. 31 March 14 Lieut, p 22 June 20
Lieut. -Colonel.
;
C'7Ji?.P13July 23; jl/ffj. 20 Aug. 20 Lt.-Col. 10 Aug. 39; Col. 11 Nov. 51.
21R
P
Oakeley,
Soulden
Ens.
Majors.
28 June 36 ; Lieut, p 6 Sept, 39 ; Capt. p 22
Dec. 43 ; 3Iajor, p 7 Feb, 51.
Arthur William Byles, '/. 17 Nov. 37; Lieut. 15 Apft 41
Ca#. P20 Aug.
44; Maj. 29 April 53.
;

i'

i'

17

19

rSerringatBcrmuda.
\_ Dep6t at Chatham.

" Gibraltar"With the Castle andJ Key, " Mont

i'

51th ( The West Middlesex) Regt. of Foot.


[^'''DepnaffraJe!''-''"
"VITTOKIA" "PYRENEES" "NITELLE" " NIVE" " PENINSULA."

208
"

ALBUHEHA"

Colonel.

^ MA

56
Full

Half

Pay.

Pa J.

Henry, Viscount Hardinge,' GCB. Ens. 8 Oct. 1708; iiew^. 25 Mar.


1802 ; Ca]>t. 7 Apr. 04 ; Mnjor, 13 Apr. 09 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 May, 11 ; Col.
19 July, 2] ; Maj.-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gcn. 23 Nov. 41; Col. 57th

Rcgt. 31 IMuy, 43.


Lleut.-Coloncl.
Guldie, Ens. v 13 June 25 ; Lt. p 10 Dec. 25; Cajyt. p24 Nov. 28
Major, P 28 Dec. 38 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 Mar. 40 ; Lieut.-Col. p25 June 47

Thomas Leigh
h'.

Col. 11

;
;

Nov, 51.
Majors.

Thomas Shadforth, Ens.

8 Apr. 25

Lieut. I'lO Oct. 26; Cai^t.

12 Apr. 31

Major, 29 March, 44.

Thomas Sidney Powell,^ Ensign, p13 May, 20; Lieut. p31 May, 31 ; Capt.
P13 Nov. 35; Brev.-Major, 23 July, 39; Major, P21 July, 48; Brev.
Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51.

19

waI:;s[Ma'?7eS]!] 'oSth ( The Rutlandshire) Regt. of Foot. ["^"^Jt a" j^'^r''


GIBRALTAR" with the Castle and Key, "Montis Insignia Calpe" The 5;;;mt.r, with
the words '' EGYPT"
SALAMANCA" " VirrORIA"
"
Years' Serv.
" PYRENEES""NIVELLE""ORTHES"" PENINSULA."

"

MAIDA""

Colonel.
Edward Buckley Wyiiyard," CB., i'w. 17 Dec. 03; Lt. & Capt.l3-dn. 08;
Brcc.-M(,j. -25 JIarcli, 13; Capt. & Lt.-Col. 28 April 14 ; Col. -2'2 July, 30
;
Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 58th Regt. 31 Jan. 51.
i/t'M^-Co/ot'Z.
Robert lloiiry Wynyard,^ CB. Ens. 2^ Feb. 19; Lieut. P17
July 23; Capt. i'20May 2(1; Major, 25 July 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P30 Dec. 42.
il/ryo;-5. Cyprian Bridoe,^ Em. 8 April, 25; Z,teif. i'31 Jan. 28; Capt. PIG
Dec. 36; 71/r/>)-, P 30 Dec. 42.
Charles Lavallin Nugent, Ens. P21 Aug. 35; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38; Caj}t. v\Q
Nov. 41 ; Major, p 18 July 51.

210 59th

The 2nd Nottinghamshire) Begimen t of Foot, Kek9?DeSta/^

"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" " CORUNNA" " JAVA" "VITTORIA"


"" NIV E"" PEN INSULA"^' BHURTPORE."
ST. SEBASTIAN

Years'Serv.

Colonel.
J3

George Augustus Henderson,' KH. KG. Ens, 1 Sept. 93 ; Lieut. 1 Mar. 95 j


CajH. 20 Aug. 01 ; Major, 4 June 13; Lieut. -Col. 12 Apr. 14; Col. 10 Jan.
37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 4G; Col. 59tli Foot, 27 Apr. 53.

Lieut. -Colonel.
p 15 Oct. 29; Lieut. P 7 Sept. 32; Capt.vl Nov. 34;
p 29 Apr. 53.
Lt.-Col.
Major, 14 Apr. 46 ;
Majors. George Fenton Fletcher Boughey, Ens. Pi Nov. 31 ; Lieut. Pll July,
34 ; Capt. P 1 June, 38 ; Major, p 1 May, 46.
Arnold E. Burmester, Ji?4. 31 Aug. 30; Lieut. p7 Mar. 34 ; CajJt. i>l6 Mar. 38;
Major, p 29 April, 53.
Brev.-Major, 11 Nov. 51

Henry Hope Graham, "7*5.

oildBiltTeS^'t^^^^^^^^^^

"

Celer
audax."
" Talavera"
"Vimiera" " Martinique"
" Fuentes d'Onor"
" ALBUHERA" " ClUDAD RODRIGO" " BADAJOZ" " SALAMANCA" " VlTTORIA*
" Pyrenees"" Nivelle" " Nive" " Ortiies" " Toulouse"
Peninsula."
"

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punjaub

"

mooltan

" goojerat."

'

Years- serv

212

60ih
1st

The

....
.

Kviff's RoT/al Rifle Corps.)

2nd LIEUT.

Lieutenants.
.

Alfred FitzGerald'"
Frederick Arthur St. John'"
Francis Andrews'"
Francis Dawson
John Prevost Battersby .

John Lambert Edw. Baynes


Bernard Edward M'ard''
.

30 Apr. 4]
28 July 44
27 May 42
29 July 44
30 July 44
31 July 44
1 Aug. 44

P 14 Feb. 4.5
Vincent Tongue^
R. Harcourt ll()l)iuson, nclj. P2o Feb. 45
Arthur Charles Greville,'' s. P 4 April 45;
P30 Dec. 45
Robert Wilmot Brooke^
Richard Freer
22 May 46
P31 July 46
Francis Charteris Fletcher
P 14 Aug. 461
Edward Bowles, a'
R. J. Eustace Robertson'".. P 5 Mar. 47
Earle^..
^Yillia^l
Charles
24 Dec. 46
P22 Oct. 47
William Mure''
P 5 May 48
William Tedlie
P 25 Feb. 48
Conyngham Jones
Henry James Robertson^ . P20 Oct. 48
Henry Cockburn'
10 Nov. 48
Hugh Parker Montgomery"' P21 Aug. 49
P 21 Jan. 48
Geo. Clias. Henry Waters
I

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'

1=? 5 tog
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t,

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E .2 -

Henry Semple
George Bliss MacQueen

49
9 Mar. 49

11 Sept.
.

10 LieutR. Williams,
Fitzgerald, St. Jilin, An-

P17 Jan.
P20 Dec.
P13 June
4Ju]v
P30 Dec.

1-1 April 43
Dunbar Douglas Muter''
Henry Francis Williains'".
19 May 43
Clia. Alex. Boswell Gordon" P21 April 43
P
John Maguire'- uclj
7 Feb. 40
P 5 Jan. 44
Henry Edward Warren^

45
44
45
43
45
P 13 Feb. 46
P 5 Mar. 47
19 Dec. 45
P 22 June 47
P 28 Jan. 48
P 24 Feb. 48
P 5 May 48
28 Dec. 48
P 20 July 49
26 Aug. 49
P 12 Oct. 49
13 Dec. 49
P 16 Aug. 50
P 16 Aug. 50
P27 Dec. 50
P 28 Feb. 51
Pll July 51
P 13 Apr. 52
21 Oct. 52
P 7 Jan. 53
p 20 Sept. 53
P 16 Dec. 53
P 18 Mar. 53
23 Dec. 53
P 28 Oct. 53

drews, and Eustace Robertson, served with the


1st battalion 60th Rifles

during the second sicse


operations at Mooltan, including the siege and storm
of the town, and capture
of the citadel. Afterwards
at the battle of Goojerat
(Medal), the pursuit of the
Sikh army, and the expulsion of tlie Affghans bethe Khyber Pass.
Also present during the
operations in the Kusofzye
country, and captureof the
insurgent villages on th

yond

llthandl4thDec.l819.Lt.
Eustace Robertson served
in the expedition aainst
the Affreedies in the Kohat

Pass
15

Si

'^ -s

-s
1
1

2
2
2
1
i

te

Ward

served

Punjaub of 1848-49,
including the second siege
operations before Alooltan and battle of Goojerat
(Medal and two Clasps).
Serveil with a detachment
of the 60th during operations

in

the

Euzofzie

country in Dec. 1849, and


acted r\sStaf}'OBicer to the

European portion of the


force sent against the Affreedies in the Kohat Pass
in Feb. 1850.

2xD Lieutenants.
2 Francis Fitz Patrick^

= c

Feb. 1850.

Lieut.

tlie

in

Aide -de - Camp to


Colonel Viscount Melville
during the campaiijn in
as

2
1

1.
;

;2
i

!2

P
]

Rowley Willes Hinxman ..


Tristram Squire Richardson
10 April 49
Henry jSIitchell Jones ....
P14 Feb. 51
William Waller Fox
17 Jan. 51
C. DavidCuiiinghame Ellis'"
AthoU Charles JohnLiddeir P16 May 51
Pll July 51
Charles Williamson
Francis Stewart Travers .. P 20 Aug. 51
22 Apr. 52
Wm. Aug. Dean Pitt
Wykeham Leigh Pembcrton P 23 Apr. 52
Pll June 52
Henry Pardoe Eaton
James Henry Aug. Steucrt P 17 Aug. 52
P 15 Oct. 52
William Cubitt
P 18 Feb. 53
Fra. Dundas Farquharsnn
P 27 May 53
John James PhiUipps
Henrv K. Edwardes Hope P 20 Sept. 53
J. Shuter Davenport M'Gill p 16 Dec. 53
.

J2
j2
1

19 Oct. 49
23 Nov. 49
18 Jan. 50

12 Lt. Maguire served with the 55th in


China (Medal), at Amoy, Chnsan, and
Chinhae, and with the 60th throughout
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 including
the siege and storm of the town and capture
of the citadel of Mooltan, battle of Goojerat, and subsequent operations.
13 Capt. Coxen served at the siege of
Flushing in 1809, and subsequently in the
Peninsula, including the lines of Torres
Vedras, actions at Pombal, Redinlia, Jlirandode Corvo, Ponte de Rheiix, Sabugal,
and Almeida; battle of Fucntes d'Onor,
siege and storm of Cindad Rodrigo, siege
and storm of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca,
capture of Madiid, actions at Zamarnos
and San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actions
of Lesaca, Vera bridge and heights battles
of Nivelle, Nive, (from 9th to 13th Dec.)
and Orthes and afFair at Tarbes. Served
also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded in the knee at AVaterloo.
He has received the War Jledal and ten
clasps.
Served the Punjaub campaign of
;

1848-9.

45

Piiymasfers.l'^^M Edward Coxen," 9 Feb. 26; 2ndLieut.5

A\-)n\,{)9 ; Lieut.
Capt. 8 April, 25.
[p 3 Apr. 46,
2 Edw. Rawlings Hannam, 15 July 53; E?is. P4 July 45; Lt.
1 First Lieut. John Maguire,'- 2 June 49.
Adjutants.
2 First Lieut. Richard Harcourt Roliinson, 15 July 53.
Quarter-Masters. 1 Thomas Berrev,''' 29 Mar. 42.
[Hp.-A. 17 Aug. 20.
2 Luke FitzGibbon,"' 15 Oct. 47.
Surgeons. 1 Charles Robert Boyes," M.D. 2 July 41 ; Asst.-Surg. 22 Nov. 27;
As-st.-Surt/. 28 June 39.
2 Henry James Scliooles, MD. 1 Oct. 47
1 William Joseph Macfarlane,'^ 10 Feb. 44.
Asslstant-Surr/eons.
2 George Au'.;ustus Frederick Shelton, il.B. 3 Jan. 45.
2 Brins-ley Nicholson,^ M.D. 25 Sept. 46.
1 David Ogilvy Hoilc, M.D. 14 Oct. 51.

28 June, 10

James

Crcrar, 3 Sept. 47.


India, July, 1845.]
the Cape of Good Hope,

Battalion embarltedfor
\ind Battalion embarked for
at LiviericA.]
Recjinientals Gi'ccn
Facings
Irish Agents, SirV.. R.
[1.$^

Scarlet.

June 1851.

Agent, Sir John Kirkland.

Borough, 7i^, Arniit

aiid

Co.

Depot

6 1 st( The South Gloucestershire) Recjt. of Foot. [


The Sphinx, with the words, " KGYPT"-" TALAVKRA"-" SALAMANCA ""

indi^'"; j:.1/4'.]

wt7eXd.

PYRKNEES"

NIVELLH" "NIVK " " ORTHKS " "TOULOUSK " " PENINSULA "Flank
M AIIJA" " PUNJ AlIB" CHII.LIAN \VALLAU"--"GOOJEi;RAT."
Coiniianies,
Colonel. i^ TOl John Reeve, Ens. 2:3 Oct. 00 Lieut, and Capt. 1 1 April 05;
Col. 'i-i July 90 ; Major.-G'cn. 2:i Nov. 41 ;
Ciipt. and Llcut.-Col. -lb Dec. V.^
"

Years' Slmv.

'

'

Half
Pay. Pay.
Full

29

i-

Col. Gist Foi.t, 11 Oct. ol.


Lt.~Gen.
Lieut.-Colonels.\\i\Y\i\m Joiics,- CIJ. Ens. 10 April 25; Lieut. i'l-2 Dec.
Capt.f-n Nov. 35 ; Major, 2(i July 44 ; Lt.-Col. P29 Dec. 48.
William Henry Vicars,^ Ens. i'20 Sept. 20 ; Lt. v 12 Apr. 31 ; Cuiit. 7 Jan.
Major, 28 July 49 ; Lt.-Col. i' 28 Feb. 51.
11

?,-;

28

Nov. 51

Majors. Charles Clement Deacon,'' Ens. 2S Aug. 35; Lieut,


Capt. 20 July 44 ; MaJ. It) Aug. 49.
Henry Garner Ruiney,'^ Ens. 12 April 31 ; Lieut. 8 June 33 ; Cajit.
Major, 20 April 49.

19

23

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26;
42

i'

2 Dec. 37;

27 Dec. 42

I'

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
12 Nov.
21 April
P 29 Sept.
11 Mar. 42 P 3 May
Wm. Ed. Durand Deacon^ 3 June 42 P 26 Jan.
26 July
Robert Cecil Dudgeon
.i P28 Aug. 40

Charles J. Otter'^
William Alex. Dely'..
John Patrick RednioncP
AlexanderWillianiGordoni

20 Dec. 24
31 July 28
7 Jan. 42

1'

William James Hudson^


Hen. E. Hillm. Burnside^

20 Aug. 42
27 Dec. 42
Edw. Thomas Wickham^
19 Aug. 42
Drought Rich. Croasdaile
3 May 44
P 4 Sept. 40
Robert Hunt
Edward Shawe Powys^
26 July 44
P

:s^ii

26
26
20
23
12
3

July
July
July
April
Feb.
Oct.

9 Mar. 39
33 22 Oct. 47
43 20 May 48
44 P 29 Dec. 48
44
28 July 49
44 20 July 60
P28
44
Feb. 51
44 P 2 Sept.51
44
13 Feb. 52
40
15 Mar. 53
42 P 24 Jan. 51
46 P 2 Dec. 53
27

Lieutenants.

4 Maj.

BKEV.-MAJ.
7

June 49

Deacon served

in

thePun-

campaign of 1848-9, present at


23 Dec. 45 jaub
C. Rowland Richardson'o p 16 Feb. 44
the passage of the Chenab, and in
Rich. Gunn Brackenbury 23 Aug. 44 P 29 Dec. 46 the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillian!

and Goojerat, and with tlie


3 May 47 wallah,
28 July 44
tield force in pursuit of the enemy
19 Nov. 47 to the Khyber Pass in March 1849.
F.R. EyreBurnside,"(Z;.iP27 June 45
Medals and two Clasps. Expedition
P 22 July 45
20 Nov. 47 into
Robert Grei
the Eusufzie country in action
David Reid3^
31 Mar. 46 p 25 Feb. 48 with the enemy 11th and Uth
Dec.
26 April 49 and 1849; present at the capture
29 Jan. 47
Edward Ring Berry*. .
destruction of the insurgent
5 June 49 villages of Saggow, FuUee, ZoorThomas Maitland Moore
20 July 47
12 Oct. 49 mundie, and Sheerkanee on those
John Henry Lukis
10 Sept.45
days, in which he commanded the
13 Oct. 49 portion (300 men) of his regiment
P 20 May 48
Thomas Gabbett'*
28 Apr. 46 27 Apr. 49 employed.
George Sotheby Tyler
C Maj. Otter served with the 14th
10 April 49 P 7 June 50 at siege and capture of Bhurtpore
Stephen M'Donough'^
25 June 50 in 1825-6. When in the 4th Regt. he
Henry Brackenbury "^
18 Aug. 48
commanded the storming party in
P29 Dee. 48 20 July 50 the attack on the Fort of Buddami.
John Crawford
Mahratta country, in June
Thomas Geo. Dupre Payn P16 Feb. 49 25 Oct. 50 Southern
1841. He served as Acting Assistant
Geddes Sansoni Twynam P18 Oct. 45 P 23 July 47 Adjutant-General of H. M. forces
13 Feb. 62 during the Punjaub campaign of
Thomas John Sadleir
27 April 49
184S-9, and was present a-, the atlair
Wm. Hen. Wilson Pattoun 17 Sept. 50 P 8 June 52 of Rarauugger, passage of the
P 17 Dec. 52 Chenab, aud battles of Sadoola27
Robert Richardson Daly
Dee. 50
pore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat.
P 15 Feb. 50 P21 May 52 Medal and two Clasps.
Arthur Cotton Young
2 Dec. 53
21 Aug. 49
Thomas Edward Gordon

George Alexander Bace^

7 Capt. Dely served in the campaign against the


Rajali of Coorj iu 1834 with the 48th Kegt. Served in

Ensigns.

P 29 May 49 the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, present at the


Robert H utton
P*^^^"^ ' "'^ Chenab, and in the battles of Sadoo29
William Dowler*
" Oct 60 lapore
and Chillianwallah, and with the tield force
Henry Geo. Austin Vicars P17 Oct. 51 in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in
P12 Dec. 51 March 1849. Medal and one Clasp. Expedition into
William Capel Garde.
the Eusufzie country; in action with the enemy Uth
P 17 Aug. 62 and 14th Dec. 1849 present at the capture and deJohn Sloman
Henry John Yonge
52 ^"''"''''' } ^^^ insurgent villages of Saggow, Fullee24 Julv
^ _ ^ Zoormundie, and Sheerkanee on those days.
, _ .^
P17 Dec. 62
Charles John Griffiths
John J. Paterson Fox
19 Aug. 53
[Capt. 15 March 53.
.\ndre\v Grant, 25 Nov. 53; Ens. 2 Juue 43; i?. 23 Aug. 44;
\Payniaster.
Adjutant. Lieut. F'red. Robert Eyre Burnside, 26 Dec. 51.
Qr.-Master.UiiAiae\ Wall/ 10 Feb. 41 ; Ens. Nov. 40.
Surgeon.
Patrick Gammie,'* 2 March, 47; Assist. Surg. 17 June, 36.
Assistant-Surgeons.- Herbert Taylor Reade, 8 Nov. 50.
Facings Buff.
Robert M'Nab, M.D. 8 Nov. 50.
Agents, Messrs.
Colin M. M. Miller, M.D. 7 Nov. 51.
Cox & Cc,
'

'

a-M^

1 Lieut.-General Reeve served with the Grenadier Gu.irds in Sicily in 1306-7 ; Sir John Moore's campaign in 1808
9, and
was present at the b.attle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Went to Cadiz in 1811, and remained in
the Peninsula until the beginning of 1814 ; present at the passage of the Bidassoa, battles o ' the Nivelle and Nive.
Served
also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne and capture of Paris.
= ?E
g = c _- Remained wilhUhe Army of Occupation until its return to England in 1818. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps.
- '''--Col. Jones served with the Gist in the Punjaubcampaign of 1848-9, was present at the passage of the Chenab, and
li t S siH
=.= - in the battles of Sadoolapore and Chillianwallah
after which he commanded the regt. at the battle of Goojerat; and he
^^ SJ-rT commanded a portion of Sir Walter Gilbert's tield force, consisting of a troop of Bengal Horse Artillery and the 61st
= = - !^ = '^K'- 'D pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849.
Medal and two Clasps and was nominated a C.B.
* Lt.-Col. Vicars, Capts.
Deacon, H. liurnside, Wickiiani, and Powys (orderly oflicer to Brig-Gen. Campbell at Chilii: ^';-~' = ^.= lianwallah, horse shot), Lieuts. Bace, Keid, Berry, Ens. Dowler, (ir.-Mast. Wall served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9
present at the passage of the Chenab, and in the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat, and with the field
= =
P.. i-t^ force in pursuitof the enemy to the Khyber
Pass in March 1819
Medals and two Clasps.
.

~J

15^

213

H t

214
Years'Serv.

"afD^b''n!"]

63;yZ ( The West Suffolk) Regiment of Foot.


215
"EGMONT-OP-ZEE" " MARTINIQUE"" GUADALOUPE."

Years' Serv.

Colonel.
Lieut. 9 May 00; Capt. 3 Mar. 04;
Full Half
Major, 5 Nov. 12; Lieut. -Col. -27 Dec. 13; Col. 22 July 30; Maj.-Gen.
Pay. Pav.
23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gcn. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. (i3ifl Foot 25 Nov. 50.
25
Exbain Schoinberg Tiinior Swyiiy, Ens. 1 Oct. 29 ; Lieut, v 17
Lieut. -Colonel.
Oct. 33 ; Cajjt. f 8 Aug. 38 ; 3I({jor, i' 22 Oct. 47 ; Lt.- Col. i' 23 Dec. 53.
20
Majors. Hon. Robert Alexander George Dalzell, Ens. p21 March, 34; Lieut.
P 11 Sept. 35 ; Capt. i'30 July, 44 ; Major, i' 7 March, 51.
20
Patrick Liudesay, Ens. i'21 Feb. 34 ; Lieut. ^5 Feb. 30; Capt. IG Sept. 45 ;

55

JP

Thomas Kenah,' CB, Em. 14 Aug. 99;

Major,

23 Dec. 53.

LIEUT.
P19 Jidy 33 P 2 May 34
20 Sept. 33
Charles Higgiubotham .. P 29 June 15
GustavusNicolls Harrison P 5 June 35 P 1 Dec. 37
CUarlesEdwardFairtlough P12 May 37 P31 Dec. 39
17 Aug. 41
E.Jas. Ingieby Fleming, s. P2GJan. 38

Captains.
Thomas Harries

William Fred. Carter

Johu Stillman Gould ....


George W. jNIacquarie ..

Francis Douglas Grey* .


Heury Ferguson Barclay..

2 April 41
1 Dec. 37
28 June 44
30 Sept. 42
25 Sept. 35 P 31 May 39
9 May 46 P13 Aug. 47
9 May 45 P14 Apr. 46

captain,

brev.-maj.

26 Jan. 44
30 June 44
P 3 Apr. 46
25 Aug. 46
P 28 April 46
4 June 47
P 20 July 49
P 25 Oct. 44
P 4 Nov. 53
P 23 Dec. 63
P

Lieutenants.
Arthur J. Le Grand, adj. P 5 Sept. 43 16 April 45
G. C. WiddringtonCurtois 23 Mar. 47 PIO Ai)ril49
Ciias. Le Mesurier Carey [P13 Aug. 47 P IS Jan. 50
P 7 Jan. 48 p 2 Feb. 49
Thomas Johns
William Henry Newenliam 17 Dec. 47
15 Mar. 50
John Jeken Cockburn
17 Mar. 48 p 9 Sept. 61
F. T. Logan Paterson
2G May 48 P2G Dec. 51
Christopher Jas. Magnay P 12 Apr. 50 p 26 Mar. 52
Vincent IMackesy
22 Dec. 48 P 7 Sept. 52
P 17 May 50 P 23 Jan. 52
Kenneth Bruce Stuart
P 10 April 49 P 12 Aug. 53
Vere Hunt Bowles
P 14 June 50 p 4 Nov. 53
Fred. Lattin Fitzgerald
P17 Sept. 50 P23 Dec. 53
Edward Joseph Hunt
I

Ensigns.
Robert Bennett
Charles Augustus Hand
Adrian William Fraser

P17 Oct. 61
Pll June 52

P17 Dec. 52
P 11 Mar. 53
P 13 May 53
Jas. Plulton Clutterbuck P 15 July 63
John Wm. Doveton Lewis P 4 Nov. 53
p 23 Dec. 53
Thomas Kyd Morgan
.

HeneageThomas Twysden
Archibald Wybergh ....

Paymaster.io\\n Thorp,

8 Oct. 44; Ens. p27 Sept. 33; Lieut, vo June 35.


Lieut. Arthur J. Le Grand, 14 Dec. 49.
Quarter-Master. Heury Ingi-am, 16 July 52.
*^7-(7. Alexander Sherifle Macdonell,^ 2 Dec, 42; Assist.-Surg.'HQ July
^0;
Hospital-Assist. 15 Nov. 27.
Assist.- Surgeon.
Robert Lewins, JI.D., 13 Dec. 42.
Facings Green. Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq.
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit & Co.
[Returned from Madras, August 1847.]

Adjutant.

12

1 Lieut.- General Kenah served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action of the IQth of Sept.
as well as in several other minor aflairs. In Egypt, under Sir Ealjih Abercromby in 1801 ; in Sicily from*
1808 to 1812 ; subsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, as Assistant, and afterwards as Deputy-AdjutantGeneral at the Head of the Department, and was present at the battle of Castalla, as also several other
afi'airs.
Served also at the siege and capture of Genoa, in April IsU. He has received the Gold Sledal
from the Grand Seignior for the Kgyjitian campaign and also the Silver War Medal with one Clasp.
i Capt. Grey served as an Ensign in the 24th ncngal N. I. during the campaign on the Sutlej, and was present
at the
battle of Ferozesbah (Medal).
3 Mr. Macdoncll served tlie campaiga on the Sutlej (Medal) with the 80th, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozesfaab, and Sobraon.

2 6
1

mil ( The 2nd

Staffordshire) Recjt. of Foot, [^tjvi^ aTKu'^Se'.'"'

LUCIA" "SURINAM."

"ST.
Years' Serv.

Colonel.

Sir Richard Bourke,' KCB. Ens. 2-2 Nov. 1798; Lt. & Cai)t. 25 Nov. 99;
Major, 11 Aug. 1805; Lt.-Col. IG Sept. 06; Col. 4 June, 14; Maj.-Gen. 19
July, 21 ; Lt.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Col. 64tli Regt. 29 Nov. 37.
Lieut.- Colonels.

James Stopfonl,^ CB. Ens. iM7 Sept. 25; Lt. p2 Nov. 26; C7J#. PlOSept.30;
Major, P 11 March, 42 Brevet-Lt.-Col. 30 April, 44 Lt.-Col. 13 Nov. 47.
;

Nicholas ^Vilson, KH. Ens. 31 Oct. 09; Lie^it. 7 Oct. 13; Capt. p24 Oct.
21
Major, p 30 Dec. 26; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41; Licut.-Col. 4
;

Aug-. 48.

Majors. Maximilian James Western, Ens. p 10 June, 26; Lieut, v 8 June,


30 ; Capt. P29 Dec. 35 ; 3ajor, p 11 April, 45.
James Draper, Ens. 18 Dec. 23; Lieut. p19 Nov. 25; Ca2)t. p 24 Dec. 29;
Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 46 Major, 22 Dec. 48.
;

The Rot/al

Years' Serv

Tigrer, superscribed

57
Full

Hall-

Pay. Pay.

"INDIA" "ARABIA."

Colo7iel.

Samuel Benjamin Auchmuty,' CB. jEiis. 15 Oct. 97; Zieut. 13 March GO;
Capt. 14 Nov. 05; Major, 21 June 13; Lt.-Col. 12 April 14; Coi. G May 31;
Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 65th Foot, 31 Jan. 51.
Charles Emilius Gold, ^/w. 20 Mar. 28; Lt. P28 0ct. 31;
Lieut. -Colonel.
Capt. V 5 Feb. 3G; Major, P 4 Oct. 44 ; Lleut.-Cul. 30 Dec. 45.
Majors. Alfred Francis W. Wyatt, Ens. p12 Dec. 26; Lieut, p 23 Apr. 29 ;
Capt. P19 Sept. 34; Major, p 23 Sept. 45.
James Patience,^ Ens. 5 April, 10; Lieut. 24 Oct. 11 Capt. 13 Nov. 27;
Brev.-Major, 23 Nov. 41 Major, 30 Dec. 45 Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51.
captain. BllEV.-MAJ.
Captains.
Geo. Freeman Murray
26 Apr. 28 P 29 June 32 P 5 Jan. 39 11 Nov. 51
P 26 Oct. 30 P27 Nov. 35
William Pym Young12 Sept. 43
P 14 June 31 P 5 Feb. 36
Richard Newenham
4 Oct. 44
P 8 Ai)r. 26 P
Oliver Barker D'Arcey
9 Dec.
19 Dec. 45
P ?1 Jan. 40
Duncan Bazalgette
31 Dec.
19 Aug. 50
P 28 May 52
Robert Henry MacGregor P31 Dec. 41 P 13 June
P21 May 52
Wm. A. Douglas Anderson 1 Apr. 46 P25 Aug.
P 7 Oct. 42 P 23 Sept.
George Meyler
P 26 July 53
P 2 Sept. 53
James Paul^
8 Nov. 43
19 Dec.
^
P
P 25 Nov. 53
R. B. Twyford Thelwall
8 Nov. 44
10 Apr.
Jj)

i'

26
24
23
20
14
13
8
12
11

10

. .

I'

Lieutenants.
13
12
10
!)

G
7

5
4
4
3
3
3

John Gordon
5 Oct. 41
Henry Ferdinand Turner
8 Feb. 42
Charles John Ewen,fZ. pm.
7 Dec. 44
Richard Maxwell Slegg. P2:3Sept. 45
Thomas Geo. Strange, <//. P 22 Dec. 48
Fra. Beaumaris Bulkeley P 22 June 47

May

14 Dec. 49

OctaviusJohnBlakeMarsh

14 June

P15 Oct.
Thomas Walter Still
JohnOwen Jones Priestley
7 Feb.
P14 Feb.
George Buck
.

Fd.StanslieldHerries iLatlj.

4 Apr.

18 Sept. 51

46

Charles Blewitt
Cha, A. Miguel Servantes

P
P

4 July 45
8 Dec. 45
7 June 50
13 Dec. 50
27 June 51

22 Dec. 48
30 Apr. 52
50 P 28 Jlay 52
50 P 12 Oct. 52
51 P 26 July 53
51 P 2 Sept. 53
51 P 25 Nov. 53
P

Ensigns.
3
2
2

2
2
1
1
1

18

6
3
18

Pll July
Frederick Wemyss
Andr. Nicholson Magrath 14 May
Pll June
Frederick Bailie
Ernest Christian Wilford P 23 Nov.
p 23 Nov.
Lionel Smith Warren
P 29 July
William Little
Charles James Urquhart P 2 Sept.
P
Edmund Jacob Whitbread 25 Nov.
.

51

52
52
52
52
53
53
53

P)/wjs!;er. J. Williams Marshall, 3 Apr. 46 Ens. p 2 Sept. 36 Lt. P19 Mar. 41.
Adjutant. Lieut. Thomas George Strange, 25 Nov. 53.
Quarter-Master. Edward Withers, 21 Nov. 51.
Robert Keating Prendergast, 14 Apr. 46; Assist.-Surg, 7 Oct. 36.
Sar/jeon.
Thomas Esmonde White, M.D., 26 Sept. 45.
Assistant-Surgeons.
William Ker Park, 31 Oct. 45.
Facings Wliite. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

Auchmuty served several years in the West Indies, and was present at the storming of
St. Lucia.
In 1809 he accompanied the second battalion Roval Fusiliers to Portugal,
at Oporto and Talavera a? Major of Brigade to Sir Alex. Campbell; and at the battle of
Busaco, the retreat of the army to and subsequent advance from the line' of Torres Vedras, and battle of
Fuentes d'Onor, as Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General to the Sixth Division. On return to the Peninsula
frvjm sick leave he was appointed extra Aide-de-camp to Sir Lowry Cole, and was in action with the
Fourth Division at Vittona and the Pyrenees, at the latter was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major.
Succeeding soon afterwards to the Regimental JIajority. he commanded the light companies of MajorGeneral Ross's brigade, and served with them at Orllies and Toulouse, at the latter, was promoted Brevet
Lieut.-Colonel. He has received ihe gold Medal and one Clasp for the battles of Ortiies and Toulouse;
and the silver War Medal with fiie Clasps for the oiher buttles.
2 Lt.-Col. Patience was present at the surrender of .Martinique, and at the capture of Les Saintes and Guadaloupo, in 1815.
4 Capt. Paul served with the 31st throu^hdut the campaign of 1815-6 on the Sutlej, anil was present in the oattles of
Mnodkec, Fernzeshah, (wounded), Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobrann ; Medal and three clasps. He carried the Uucen'i
Colour of the 31st at Moodkee and Ferozeshah.
6 Capt. Thelwall served against the rebel natives in the Southern District of New Zealand, in >81", and commanded the
advanced party of the 65th Rejit. in the engagement at Wanganui on the 19th July of that year.
1

Lieut. -General

Morne Fortunee,

and was present

218

QQth{ The Berkshire) Regt. of Foot.

sf "'iS^wirs.]

rServing

LDepot

in Canada.
at Guernsey.

"DOURO""TA LA VERA""ALBUH ERA""VITTORI A" "PYRENEES"


"
67
Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

NIVELLE" " NiyE""ORTHES"" PENINSULA."

Colonel.
Blimt,' Ens. 31 Jan. 1787 Lmd. 23 Feb. 91 ; Capf. 12 July, 93 ;
Lieut.-Col.
23
Aug. 99 ; Col. 25 Oct. 1809 ; 3Iajor-Gen.
;
Major, 17 Mav, 96
Lt.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; Col. 66th Rcgt. 25 Mar. 35.
1 Jan. 12
3 ohn Hene'age Grubbe, Ens. p 20 Aug. 18; Lie^(t. v 2i Veh.
Liejit.- Colonel.
25 ; Capt. p 13 May 20 ; Major, v 19 Jan. 39 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 Sept. 47.
Sir William Gordon, Bart., Ens. p5 June 28; Lieut. p27 Apr. 32;
Majors.
CajJt. P12 May 37 ; Major, p6 Nov. 46.
Charles Edward Michel; Ens. p25 Nov. 28 ; Lieut. 23 Nov. 33; Capt. p2 Feb.

^ Richard

36

38

Major,

25 June, 47^

Captains.
7 Apr. 32 P12 Feb. 36
P24 May 27 P 9 Mar. 32
P23 Feb. 26 29 May 28
George Maxwell ....
6 Aug. 38
Edw. Montagu Davenport^ P24 Apr. 35
George Charles Downman 29 Oct. 41 28 Dec. 43
P
p
Nov.
42
8
8 Aug. 45
Tom Benson
Pll July 45 P 6 Nov. 46
Robert Conner
P 24 Jan. 45
14 Mar. 47
John Clifton Hawkes
Walters. Pearce Serocoldjp 10 July 46 P24 Dec. 47
Webster Thomas Gordon P 1 Dec. 46 P 12 Sept. 48
P

Geo. Grattan Biscoe


John Johnston- ....

Lieutenants.
David Robert Ross .
George Watson
Charles Wm. Aylmer
Arch. H. Dunbar, d. adj.
.

Charles Perrin

John Walker, d.pm.

ms"""'] 67^A

^"''jan''

The South Hampshire)

"BARROSA""PENINSULA"The

Rcr/t of Foot. [

^*'Dep6t!*D^oTe?.'

Rorjal Tiger, superscribed,

"INDIA."

51
Full

Colonel.

Halt
Pay.

Pny.

John Frederick Ewart,' CB. Ens. 1 Nov. 03 j Lieut. 10 March, 04 ; Capt.


Major, 29 Oct. 12; Lieat.-Col. 15 Sept. 14; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ;
17 April 06
Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 4(1; Col. G7th F. 30 Oct. 52.
Artillery, 15 Dec. 17 ;
Lieut -CoZoHcZ. Edward Basil Brooke, 'i.nd Lieut. Royal
Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 46.
Lt 9 April, 25; Capt. I'll July 2(5; Major, p5 July, 31;
Capt.
Majors.T\\onms Josephus Deverell, Ens. 7 Nov. 22 Lieut. '2b June 29;
Sept. 47.
V 30 Auff. 31 ; Brevet Major, 9 Nov. 46; Major, 3
July
Capt.
31
June
42;
Thomas Edmond Knox, Ens. 26 Jan. 38; iic?*#. p 24
46; Major, p 17 Aug. 52.
captain. brev.-maj.
LIEUT.
la

Captains.
Thomas Byrne

35
20

4 Nov.
28 Mar.
5 Sept.
P 26 Aug.
p 24 May
P 1 1 Mar.
p 24 Feb.
8 Sept.
p

John Porter
Charles Barnard Hague.

19
34

35
36
33
William Pilswortli
42
Robert Hudson Wood
43
Dugald Stewart Miller
46
Henry Crofton
45
1
Aug.
Co?<n# WilliamC. Rivarola
p 24 Oct. 45
Charles Carew de Morel

19
18
21
12

Plenry CoUette

11

8
U

5 Mar.
29 Dec.
P 30 Dec.
22 Jan.
18 Mar.
5 Dec.
Pll July
P19 Nov.
P 6 Aug.
P29 May
P

23 22 Jan.
6 Oct.
37
37
5 Dec.
39 P 23 Feb.
9 Nov.
38
43 P 28 Aug.
45 P31 Jan.
47 P17 Jan.
47

49

39
43
43
44
46
49

1 1

Nov. 51

51
51

8 June 52
23 Nov. 62

Lieutenants.

20 Oct. 40 26 Sept. 42
P31 Dec. 42 P 23 Aug. 44
29 Dec. 46
3 May 44
Pll July 45 P16 Apr. 47
10 July 46 ? 13 Aug. 47
William D' Arcy, d.pm.
3 June 47
2 Sept. 45
Henry S. G. S. Knight
P
49
Edward Daubeny, d. adj. 29 Dec. 46 P 28 Aug.
28 Aug. 49
29 Dec. 46
Alfred Addington Jones
3 Jan. 51
Edmund Holden Steward P 6 Aug. 47
p31 Jan. 51
William Serjeant Arnold P 13 Aug. 47
1 Mar. 49
11 Jan. 47
John Inman
8 June 52
10 Apr. 49
Arthur Henry Coney, s.
3 June 63
p 18 Sept. 49
Charles Wm. Pearson

Robert Follett Synge^

14
12
10
9
8
9

Thomas Basil Tuite


James Graham, Adj
Daniel Thompson

8
7
7

Ensigns.
Robert Philip Armstrong

3 Lieut. Synge served with the


Cameronians on the China expedition (medal), and carried the
colours of the regiment at the repulse of the night attack on Ningpo,
the attack and capture of Ohapoo,
the taking of Shanghae and Woosung, the storming of Chin Kiang
Foo, and the operations before

Nankin.

25 Feb. 48
25 Oct. 50
Geo. T. Horton Atchison
P14 Feb. 51
James John Wood
P17 June 51
Louis Walter Fisher
Edward S. Randal Smyth p 23 Jan. 52
P13
Apr. 62
Alexander Cameron ....
p 9 July 52
Jasper Lucas Ilerrick
Pll
Nov. 53
Brabason Thomas Disney
P

6
10
5
13
5

the Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and


the 52nd Light Inf.intry, accompanied
captam in
as cntiin
was wounded at
/'
'f'
,en8 and 9 under Sir John Moore, and
*J^ "^'^';'|^i,,^
^"^"7^'%'"*
at the action near Kcog.
Division in the Peninsula from March 1811
the Light
.""'"Served with '"^
"; '\
Accompanied the Expedition to the ^''h'^ld

^
, p,,.
Ewart,
Major-General
.

Oct. 62.
Butler, 8 July 53 ; Ens. p 12 Sept. 48 ; Lieut, p 22
yldJ^rt^.iieM*. James Graham, 22 Jan. 47.
Mar. 39.
Quarter-Master.-G.or^e Crispin, 25 Oct. 39; Em. 22
Ass^st.-S^ag. 31 Dec. 41,
Surgeon.-i o\xn Elliot Carte, M.D. 18 Feb. 53;
Assista7it-Surgeons.io\in Duff, M.D. 3 Aug. 49.
Michael Fenton Manifold, 22 May 46.
Facings YcWow. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

Pay master. -^mvy

was present
Vimiera.

the battles
to December 1812, including
of a
(.everely wounded when in command

^"^ "
/"'", ;.;;'' '"'^X"
f
detactoen ^carrying UW^^^^

Ciudad Uodrigo and Badajo^

Fort Picurina) ; and the actions


^^_^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ ,^^3 ,^
Served in 'h'-'
Served in
Sir James Leith.
OS Sabugal and San Munos.
Jh^^n
lu> was namcdTdespatchcs by
capture of
"^",'^,
1816 inclusive, and was at the
as a Brigadier at the siege
employed
was
ad
^^^.^r
Fe^.^lS^
;\;^',,"'',s4''
to
"='''.^'J''
from March^ 1819
'he G7.h reg
y^__^^^ .^ ^^^^^^ , ^^^ ,,j^,^
the East indies in command "f

^"V

"/oraTsh^ia^r ''^HrLrrii^'td'X-^U^r-M^dal"
Badajoz, and Salamanca.

itirve'' Clasp^. for

Vimiera. Fuen.a. d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo.

2J9

. ...

68th {The

220

Durham)

Regt. of Foot {Lt. Inf.)

Emb.

for Malta. 28 Feb. 51

Depot at Newry.

"SALAMANCA""VITTORIA"" PYRENEES" "NIVELLE"" ORTHES"" PENINSULA,"


Vears'Serv.

51
Full

Half
Pay. Pay.

18

12;

IP

Colonel.

ae

Douglas Mercer Henderson," CB., Eiis. 24 March, 03; Lieut. 8r Capt.


20 March, 06; Capt. ^ Lt.-Col. 20 Dec. 13; Col. 22 July, 30; MajorGen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gcn. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 68th F. 31 Jan. 50.

Lieut. -Colonel.

Lord Arthur Lennox, Ens.

p 24 June 23 ; Lieut, p 22 Oct "5


" '
Major, p 6 July 38 Lleut.-Col. P 22 Nov! 42.
Majors. B.aryy Smyth, En^^. p 10 July 23 ; Limt. P 13 Aug. 25 Capt. P 15
^
&
j
Oct. 29 ; Major, 21 April, 43.
Henry Smyth, Ens. v 28 June 33 Lie^tt. p 28 Oct. 36 Capt. P 2 Dec. 42
Major, P 12 May 48.

Capt.

P 1

Aug. 26

"

ensign.

Captains.

Wm. Henry

Gillman.

Geo. Macbeath
Herbert Blount

Heneage Griffith Wynne


Henry Harpur Greer.
John Edward Lewis ....
John A. Udny,z.c. 11 Nov.51
Thomas Henry Somerville
.

Alexander Ramsay ....


Horatio Harbord Morant

Lieutenants.
Thomas W. Storer, d. pm.
Hon. Dan. Greville Finch
Edmund David Lyon ....
John Cassidy

LIEUT.

P
P

2 Dec. 42
2 May 45
14 Nov. 45

23 Jan. 46
22 Doc. 46

8 Oct, 47

May 43 P 1 4 Apr.
30 Jan. 40 P 31 Dec.
P 28 Aug. 40 P
14 Apr.
.. P 1 8 Sept. 40 P 12 May
T.DeCourcyHamilton,'ad. P 30 Sept. 42 10 Apr.
William Henry Seymour P 7 May 47
10 June
Harrison W.J. Trent, rf.ttrf;. P 14 Apr. 48 P 1 July
Henry White
P 12 April 50 P21
Oct.
Fred. Stuckley Savage
Stephen Croft
C. U. Shuttleworth

Ensigns.
Frank Gaiforth

captain.

July 28
14 May 31 P 13 May
P 15 Oct. 29 P 31
May 33 P 28 Oct.
P
8 Nov. .33 P 15 Sept. 37 P 23 July
P 10 July 35 P 13 Oct.
38 P 30 Jan.
P 10 Sept. 41 P 20
Aug. 44 P31 Dec.
P12 Jan. 30 23 Jan. 35 13 July
P13 Nov. 35 P 15 Dec.
never
25 Oct. 42 P 28 Nov. 45 P 2 Nov.
P16 May 40 P 3 June 42 P 23 July
P20 Aug. 44 P 3 Nov. 46 P21 Oct.
P

19

BREV,-MAJ.

36
36
44
46
47
47
40

9 Nov. 46

9 Nov. 46

23 Nov. 41

49
52
53

46
47

48
48
47
52
53
53

16 Aug. 50
P22 Nov. 50
P12 Dec, 51
P26 Dec. 51
P

Cavendish Chas. FitzRoy


Frederick Grote Barker..
Herbert Vaughan
Richard Lloyd Edwards
John Cator
Harry Edmond Smyth..
Henry L. Batliscombe
Cliris. Brice Wilkenson
Hugh Shelley Light

23 Jan. 52
30 July 52
23 Nov. 52
8 Julv 53
P 1 1 Oct. 53
P21 Oct. 53
..
Paymaster. \\m Hadley,^ 13 July 49 ; Ens. 10 April 25 ; Lieut. 24 Sept
31
Adjutant. Lieut. Thomas De Courcy Hamilton, 23 Aug. 50.
Quarter- Master. Thomas Tanks, 14 Apr. 48.
Surgeon. John Stewart Graves,^ 2 July 41; ^.-,S'. 28 Sept. 26; H.-A.22
Feb 26
Assistant-Surgeons. Thomas Wildridge Shiell, M.D., 13 Dec. 50,
John Francis O'Leary, 21 Feb. 51.
Facings Green.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. Iri.^h Agent, Sir
E. R. Borouo-h
'
Bt., Armit & Co.
P

Lt.-Gen. Henderson accompanied the 3rd Guards on the expedition


to Hanover in 1805
and on that tr,
"'' Pe"'"^"' f"" "a'-^h 1810 to May 1811, and again from 5uly
1811 ,0
M.rfhTsT^"'?H- ^^I''''^!"
March
the affair at Sobral-wounded whilst acting as
1814, including
Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer
batle of Barrosa-wounded when Aide-de-camp to B.ig.-Gen.
/lilkes; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo baule
of
Salamanca, capture of Madnd siege of Rurgo., passage of the Iii,l assoa,
and battles of the Niveind N velle
berved also the campaign of
I

1815 including the battles ofQuatre Bras and Waterloo and


captiire of Pa

is'

3 Lic'it. Hamilton served with the 90th in KafRrJand during the whole of the war
of 1846-7
4 Mr. Graves served with the 4th Lt. Drs. during the campaign in Affghanistan under
Lord i^eune,
i-u'u
Keane and
was present at the siege and captuie of Gluizuee (Medal)
5 Paymaster Hadley served with the Queen's Royals" throughout Ihe campaign in
Affghanistan ind
^elooclns an, under Lord Keane, ad was presen. at the storm
and capture of Ghuznee (wounded ""^"f
Khelat
He served also the cami.aign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844
"
(includin
the s'orm o
''''' ^""^^"^'"^ '""^ ''^'''" ^"'^ -"'"'- 'f'-^^"-

^^JonX'-^nd^^.rrtl'ntr.'^ t'dl?

it G^i'iire!"

,Stot%\7] 69M {The

South Lincolnshire) Reg. of Foot.

K.ISdel':

"JAVA" "BOURBON""WATERLOO""INDIA."
Colonel.

61
Half
Pay. Pay.
Full

19

Sir Ralph Darling,' GCH. Ens. 15 May, 1793; Lieut. 2 Sept. 95; Capt. 6
Sept.96; Major, P-2Feb. 1800; Lt.-Col. v 17 July, 01; Col.2b July 10 ; Maj.- Gen.
4 June, 13; Lt.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; CoZ. 69th Foot, 5 Feb. 48.

....
.
.

222

lOth

The Surrey) Regiment

o/Foo#.[='"''se?w^fafkJo^^^^^^^^^^
Colonel.
Hall, ^H5. 29 May, 1783; Lieut. 13 Dec. 83; Capt. 16 Dec. 94;
i/;or, 23 Dec. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 01; Col. 25 July, 10; Major-Gen.
Full Half
4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 70th Regiment,
Pay. Pay.
Lieut. -Colonels.
30 Jan. 32.
Thomas James Galloway, Ens. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June, 25 Capt. p 27
Dec. 27; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj. 14 June, 42; Lt.-Col. 22 Dec. 48.
Trevor Chute, 2nd Lieut.v \Q Aug. 32; Lieut. P28 Oct. 36; Capt. p2 Aug. 39;
Major, P 23 April, 47 ; Lieut.-Col. p 14 Dec. 49.
Majors.Thoma.s, Charles Timins, Ens. p 16 Mar. 32; iie?<^ P 28 Nov. 37 ;
Capt. P 3 Feb. 43 ; Major, P 18 July 48.
George Durnford, Ens. p 17 Oct. 26; Lieut, p 8 Feb. 31 ; Capt. p 28 Nov. 37 ;

Years' Serv.

71

Gage John

Major, 26

May

50^

ENSIfiN.
Captains.
Thomas Edmonds Mulock P18 Mar. 36 p29 Nov. 39
'

George Reynolds
11

'hi

Edward L'Estrange'
John William Hay, s. ...

P30 Dec.
p 10 Nov.
never

13 July
George Evatt
P31 May
George A. Ryan
Sydney Cosby Jackson. PIO Sept.
1 Apr.
Arthur George Shawe
30 Nov.
Oswald Pilling
Arch. John O. Rutherfurd P 18 May
30 July
Henry Fred. Saunders^
30 Dec.
Arthur H. Creswell Snow
.

27 Dec. 38
19 Apr. 10
P 6 Aug. 41
30 Jan. 40
P31 Dec. 45
P25 June 44

23 Aug. 39
23 June 43
7 July 46
27 Dec. 37
PIO Mar. 48

Lieutenants.
William Cooper^
John Mackay M'Kenzie ^
Chas. A. Poyntz James ^
Paul Fred, de Quincey'..
Attilio Scheberras, Adj.
George Augustus M'Nair
Gates Joseph Travers
Charles Crawley
John T. Nicolls O'Brien
William Crozier
Wm. Thomas M'Grigor.
William Sellers
Arthur Saltmarshe
Robert Whigham
Wm. Fred. Tho. Marshall
George Richards Greaves

5 June
29 July
22 Dec.
P

13 Nov.
29 Jan.

Daniel Armstrong
George Fred. Coryton

Matthew

Bell

Falconer Wilson
William Wiltshire

Lynch

Ensigns.
John William Madden
Samuel James Lyle ....
Alex. Cha. Hughes Tovey
Henry Berkeley Good
James Green
.

2 May
21 Apr. 46

30 Apr.
11 Sept.

29 Dec.
28 Apr.
26 June
22 Dec.
P 18 Sept.
13 Mar.
30 Nov.
26 Jan.
2 Aug.
P 29 June
22 Nov.
P

17 Sept.

31 Oct.
1 1 Feb.
10 Apr.
31 July
21 Jan.

45
46
46
46
48

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-MAJ.

l-ENiNSULA"-" WATERLOO."
58

51 Sir James

^^^^^^^^_

uivrru
1
KCB.
Macflonell,'
i.r

Lt.2Vch. QG; Capt,


KPIT Af
Vdi '>'>
-o Jan. Q6
KCII.
^^^, ^
;

^ ^__^

^^

^^^^^.

Full

Pay.

-2(i

10

lKor;.-;nS"S;."Xn
Captains.

21

Mar. 35.

ENSIGN.

Lieu..^^

.uly 30. C.r..

12nd ( The Duke of Albamjs

224

On

"27 No^" "it."''']


_i

"

Years' Serv.

oion Highlanders) Regt. of Foot.

the Colours r/ie JDiiMs Crwher


ji

and Coronet,

Serving at Haiirax, N.
f r>
r

-'

s,
'^lare Castle.

HINDOOSTAN" " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE.

49

Colonel.
John Aitchison,' Ens. 25 Oct. 05; Lt. and Capt. 22 Nov. 10: Capt.
and
Half [I?
Lieut.-Col. 15 Dec. 14; Col. 20 May 36 ; Major-Gen.23 Nov. 41
Pay. Pay.
Lt.-Gen.
11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 72ncl Highlanders, 29 Dec. 51.
Full

Li exit. -Colonel.
Freeman Murray, Ens. p 24 Feb. 25 Lmit. p 8 April 26 Capt p "1 Dec 3"
" '
J/fl;o?-, P20 Aug. 44
Lieut.- Col. p 5 Aov. 47.
Majors. mchard Palmer Sharp,^ Ens. P]8 May, 38 Lieut. P16 May 40^'
Capt. P 19 March, 47 Major, p8 March, 50.

John William GaisfordjjE"?)^. p 31 May 39; Lieut, p 24 Sept. 41 Cant. p8 Oct


47; il/ojor, P 19 July 50.

'

LIEUT.

Captains.

Hugh Thomas Bowen


William Parke

James Mackenzie

P24
P12
P20
P27
P17

Alex. Dalton Thellussou

Richard Rocke
John Stephens Clark

Douglas Robinson
Charles J.

W. Norman

Arthur Wade, *
Archibald Alison

May

32
P15 Dec. 40
18

P
P

....

captain.

6 June 34
27 Sept. 42

brev.-maj.

12 Feb. 43

;)Jan. 49
44
26 Jan. 49
P28
44
Dec. 49
44 P 8 Mar. 50
45
25 April 50
19 Mar. 47
2 Dec. 50

Sept. 41 P 23 Aug.
Oct. 41 P 8 Oct.
May 42 P 8 Nov.
Sept. 42
30 Dec.

Mar.
Nov.
30 Dec.
3 Nov.
8

43 P
44 P 8 Oct. 47 P 7 Oct. 51
45 P 12 Nov. 47 P15 July 53
46 Pll Sept. 49 P 1 1 Nov. 53

Lieutenants.
I

Alexander Crombie, adj.


'

May 46

5 Jan. 49

W^". Fitz-Maurice P 19 Mar. 47


Tho. Cha. Hardinge Best P 12 Nov
Cecil Rice
1 Dec,
R. Dennistown Buchanan P 19 Jan.
Charles Fleming Hunter.
9 Mar
James Atkinson
P 8 Aug
Wm. Drum. Ogilvy Hay P17 May 50
Hen. Bentinck Coathupe P 12 July 50
John Campbell Stewart P 16 Aug. 50
William Henry Eliot
25 June 44
Oswald Barton Feilden
P 17 Sept. 50
Hon. SomersetR. H.Ward
8 Nov. 50

P28 Dec. 49

Hon. H.

25
P 2
P 2
2

2 Major Sharp served


China in the 26tli (Medal).

April 50

3 Lieut.

Aug. 50
Aug. 50
Dec. 50
P 3 Dec. 47
P14 Oct. 51

in

Eliot prior to enteriog

the Army served for two years and


a half in the Royal Navy, and was
present in H. M. S, Melville in
China, at the taking of the Bogue
Forts and the operations before

Canton (Medal).

P14 Oct. 51
P

25 June 52

14 Apr. 46
15 July 53

Pll Nov. 53

Ensigns.
Chas. C. Wellesley Vesey

Thomas Campbell
Fred. Montagu Alison
Aylmer Spicer Cameron
Edward James Upton
Jolui

8 Nov. 50
19 Aug. 51
P17 Oct. 51
P 9 July 52
P

P 21 Sept. 52
Alex. T.FitzMaurice|p 13 May 53|
Gustavus Lambert Basset PIO June 53
i/o?j.

M. dc

la

Poer Berest'ord

2 Dec. 53

29 May 49 Em. 12 Jan. 44; Lt. p25 July 45.


Adjutant. jLieM^. Alexander Crombie, 24 Dec. 47.
Qiuirter-Master.
John MacDonald, 30 April 52.

Prt(//s<e;-. Rowland Webster,

Surgeon. Wm. Campbell Seaman, M.D., 16 May 51 Assist. -Surg. 16 Feb. 41.
Assistant- Surgeons.
Daniel John Doherty, 25 Sept. 40.
George Horniblmv, M.D., 15 March 44.
Faci?igs Yellow.
Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.

Lieut.-Gcn. Aiichison served in 1807 at the siege and capture of Copenhagen. Embarked
1
in 1808 for
the Peninsula, and in 18U9 was present at the passage of the Douro, capture
of Oporto, and subsequent
pursuit of Soult's army to .Saiamunde.
He was wonmled in the arm at the battle of Talavera while
carrying the King's colour, wh.ch was also shot through. He served the eam|.aigns of
1810 12 13 and
14, and was present at ihe battle of Uusaco, and retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras
battle of Salamama, capture 01 Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat 'rom thence into Portugal; afl'air at Usma
battle
of Vittona, artair at Tolosa, sje^e of San Sehastian, battles of the Nivelle and the
Nive, passage of the
Adour, uivesiment of Ijayonne, siege of the ciiadel, and repulse of the sortie. He hiis received
the War
Medal with six Cl.isps.
He was Licut.-Cnlonel of the Soots Kusilier Guards when promoted to MajorGeneral, and had commanded that regiment upwards of four \ears. Serve.l in India as
Slajor-General on
the Staff of Ihe Madras Presidency from.lune 1845 to Nov. 1851, in command of
the Mysore division
(including Coorg), and of the Provinces of Malabar and Canara.
;

Em,

for C. of G. Hope, 29 Sept. 45.


]
Depot at Jersey.

"

59
Full

IZrd Regiment of Foot.

MANGALOKE" " SERINGAPATAM" " WATERLOO."

225

226

uth

(Highland) Regiment of Foot. [^'"''iZ'^ofei^fZ''^^'


" SERINGAPATAM " " ASSAYE " " UUSACO " " FUEX
D'ONOR" " CIUDAD RODRIGO " B ADA lOZ "- " SALAMANCA " -" VITTOR

" PYRENEES "" NIVELLE " "ORTHEri "- " TOUEOUSE " "PENINSULA.."

The Elephant, superscribed


6

"

"3

'^

Years' Serv

51

Colonel.\^ Alex. Thomson,' CB. Sns. 23 Sept. 03 Lt. 29 Feb. 04 Capi


May 07 Major, 9 April 2 Lt.-Col. 21 Sept. 13 Col. 22 Julv 30 ; Jfa
Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 31
Col- 74th Regt. 15 Aug. 50.
Gen. 23 Nov. 41
Ueat.-Culonels.iohw ]\IacDufr,-//4\ 10 Feb. 14 Lieut. 26 June 27 ; Coit.
LkiU.-Col. v 8 June 49.
April 39; Major, 13 Nov. 47
July 04; Lt. 25 May 33; Ccqrt.
10 Jul
Geors^e Monlcland,' Ens. p
Major, 7 Nov. 51 ; Lt.-Col. 29 July 58.
imyor*. Walter Douglas Phillipps Patton,-* Ens. p28 Sept. 38 Lieut. p3
40; Capt. P 19 May 46 Major, 27 Feb. 52; Brevet Lt.-Col. 28 May
FitzHardinge \Yilliam Longuet Hancock.^ Ens. v 17 Mar. 38 ; Lieut. P22
39 ; Capt. 14 31ay 47 Brev.-Maj. 28 May 53; 3IaJ. 29 July 53.
;

Full

Half

Pav.

P"-'-

31

9fj

20
16

i'

16

CAPTAIN.

Captains.

COO'S

Robert Bruce^
Johnstone Napier
William Kelty M-'Leod
John Jago

-'

9 June 38;

8 Nov.

.2?

o =

^5

4 Nov.
25 Apr.
p 10 Feb,
20 May

James Falconer''
Wm. West James Bruce^
James Stewart Menzies
Robert Macdonald ....

fg

B. -3

J.

" -o

.=

** ^
.5 "S =

aBo.
s

22

BREV.-:
1

28

Ma

6 June
16 Jan.
3 Apr.

P
Charles Breton^
1 May
Lewis Augustus Brydon^
William Eoss King'' .... Pll July
7 Au^
HenryWellingtoiiPahiier'
M-g
g

May

40 P2I July 48
44
10 July 46 P 3 Sept. 50
45!p 31 July 46 P24 Sept. 50;
46|P19 Feb. 47 P 7 Mar. 51
46|P5 Nov. 47
7 Nov. 51
461 P 21 July 48
27 Feb. 52
45! P 5 Nov. 47 P 30 July 52
10 Nov. 48
17 Aug. 52
2 Auo-. 49
29 July 53
3 Aug. 49
29 July 53
24 Oct. 39
15 Mar. 53
42 20 June 46 P 16 July 52
P

iP

Lieutenants.

2 Lt.-col.MacDoff served

Augustus Davies

A. C. Pretyinan
Philip Philpot^

4 June 47
7 July 48

P
P

ii

3 Aug. 49 upwards of 14 years with tl


including- the operat
24 Sept. 50 Regt.,
1S40 .in Lower and Upper S

24 Nov. 48 P 7 Mar. 51 also the campaigns in 15clooc


Candahar, and Cabool durin
5 Aug. 48 P14Mar. 51 42,
Hon. John Colborne ....
and has received the me
7 Nov. 51 scribed " Candahar, GhuznFred. R. Thackeray .^^rf; P 14 Dec. 49
12 Nov. 51 bool." Was with the 40th
Sir David Baird,"jSrtri^ P 14 June 50
Operations against the Gwali
KobertHenryDruryLowe^ P17 Sept. 50 27 Feb. 52 iu 1S43-4, and command*
31 Mar. 47 P 27 Dec. 50 Grenadier Company at the b.
Hy. Ridge Wolrige ....
Maharajpore (Medal). In
P18 April 51 P 6 July 52 commanded the Istlnfantryl
John Charles King^
the force nndcr Sir
Thomas William Lawson^ P22 Aug. 51 17 Aug. 52 with
Cathcart in the advance act
Charles Wylde Sherlock P21 Nov. 51 P 5 Nov. 52 Orange audCaledon rivers,Sc
P23 Jan. 52 29 Julv 53 Africa, into the Basuto Chi
Robert Catlicart
sesh's country afterwards h
Anthony Delacombe Bell 14 May 52 29 Julv 53 manded the force encamped
28 May 52
29 July 53 Dhoonie Station in Kaifrarii
John S. Orton Swaffield
the end of the K.iffir war in
r 1
5 June 44
Thomas Henry Stoddard. 26 Oct. 41
3 Lt.-Col. MonkUndsi
8 Jan. 47 P 22 Apr. 48 the r4th in the Kaffir war
John Warden M'Farlan
"^
6 Major R. Bruce,
'AJnv
dO
13 Nov. 46
Whiteford John Bell
- , ^'- ^-^ Breton, Brydon, Kln^-, Pain
H. Vansittart Stonehoui-e P 25 Feb. 48 P lo Apr. 49' Biuce (wounded 26ih

lllilli

S-g

c V

'

cj =

ci

Francis Dalmahoy Wyatt

45 22 AU"". 49 Lieuis. Philpot, Thackera


21 Jan. 48
8 Oct". SO:"^"'^?'!'*'.'-",
son.and Ass!5l-5urg.
VVardci
^
23 Mar. 49 P2i Sept. 521 ihroushouttheKaffiiwarinl
II April

Walter Lawrence Ingles^

Henry Jameson
Ensigns.
^

a: =

&.'3

o m

July 52 9 Lieut. Ingles served r.ith tlie 52nd Regt.


_
July 02 second sleje of Mooltan in 1848-9, includ
capture of the cliy, and surrende
Nov. 52 storm
fortresi
Also presetit at the subsequent surrc
Nov. 52 i,^ lort and garuson cf cheniote, and the I
Norman S. M'Crummen
Robert Frederick Martin !p 17 Dec. 52 r.oojerat (Medai and ciasps.)
Paymaster. Fcrgusson Dunbar/ 15 Feb. 50 ; Qr.-Mostcr, 26 April, 44.
Lieut. Frederick Rennell Thackeray,'' 4 Nov. 53.
Adjutant.
2je Quarter-Master. C\\ixr}Qs Daines,6 24 Sept. 41.
A'Mr^/eort.James Macbeth,'" M.D. 12 Aug. 53; Asslst.-Surg. 3 Dec. 41.
ylij^^.si^ft/ji-S'Mri/eoHS. William Warden,'^ M.D. 21 Feb. 51.
William Lapsley, 7 Aug. 46.
Arthur Bell, 23 Jan. 52.
Facings \\\\\ic. Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor.
Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, JBt. Armit & Co.
P

;:

10
13

.- .s

go

3j
8
2

tj

22

S,J

6
23
5
23

10

Paymaster Dunbar and Quarter-Master


served in the KalHr war in 1831-52.
7

William Shapter Hunt


Marcus L. M'Causlaud.
Blake
Geor"-e Pilkington
^

'^

Licut.-Gencral Thomson accompanied the 74th to the Peninsula, landing at Lisbon in Jan. 1810, and wss pr
1
the battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, advance of the army on Massena's retreat therefrom, a
Foz d' Arouce (wounded), battle of Vucntes d'Onor, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, where he served as Assi
and for his services was promoted to the rank of Brevet- Major ; siege and capture of Eadajoz, where he served a
Engineer and was slightly wounded when leading about 300 men of the party that stormed and took the Ravilin
Roque to reinforce the 3rd Division of the army which had taken the Castle j siege and capture of the Forts of Sal
where he served as Assist. Engineer and was slightly wounded ; battle of Salamanca (severely wounded), siege of
and retreat therefrom, served as Assist. Engineer and had the blowing up of the bridge at Villa Morel and tlu' b
Cabeson entrusted to him ; battle of Vittoria as second in conmiana of the 74th ; siege of St. Sebastian where he s
Lieut. -Colonel ; battles o( the NivcUe and t
Assist. Engineer and for his conduct was promoted to the Brevet rank of
passage ofthe Bidassoa, and battle of Orthes, besides several skirmishes with his Regt. at Alfayate, Villa de 1
He has received the gold Mdal for St. Sebastian, and the silver War Medal with nin
Albidous, and other places.

and sieges.
Hancock] served with the 74th throughout the Kaffir war of 18.01-52-S3, .and was present at all the op(
Amatolas, &c., under Major-Gen. Somersct,and commanded the Rcgt, in the expedition ac
Orange River against the great Basutachief Moshesh, in Nov, 1852,
for the other battles

5 Major

in the Waterkloof,

Embarked^for Bengal
Years' Serv.

75^7,

"j

Regiment of Foot.
{^^^X^T'] 227
INDIA"" SERINGAPATAM."

The Itoy(a Tiger, superscribed "

Colonel.
Sackville Hamilton Berkeley,' Ensiyn, 1 May, 1800; Lieut. 5 Nov. GO; Capt.
Llvut.-Cul. -20 June, 11
Cul. '11 May, 25;
18
Feb.
08
"25
Mdjur,
Dec. 04;
;
Full [Half
Pay. Pay.
Major-Gcn. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. !) Nov. 4(5 Col. li> F. 10 Sept. 45.
iicji^-Co/oHf?.?. Robert Danipier Ilullifax,- i""/;.?. i'31 July, 23; Lieut. 1-23
31
,2,
June, 25 ; Capt. v 8 April, 20 Maj. p 30 July, 36 Lleut.-Col. 12 Dec. 43.
Alexander Jardine,/i5. i'22 April 20 ; Lieut. P25 Feb. 30; Capt. Pll Mar. 30;
28
Brev.-Maj. i) Nov. 40 ; Maj. 3 Ai)ril, 4U Lleut.-Col. 1 June, 49.
19 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Oct. 20 ; Capt. p27
;i/rt>r*\ Charles Herbert, Ens.
29
Sept. 33
Major, P25 April, 45.
Edward Ilickey, Ens. p22 May, 35 Lieut. 20 May, 40; Capt. p6 May, 42}
19
Major, P 1 June, 49.
_^___

54

i'

27

i'

228

r^:^';l""S,%^^-l
-' Ffb. 48. J

rserWng at Halifax,
Nova Scotia.
L

IQth Regiment
of
J Foot
J
'

The J5:/t7;/trtrt(;,circuinseribeil "

IIINDOOSTAN" " NIVE" PEiXINSULA."


'

Colonel.

50
Full

Pay.

Hall
Pay.

JP

William Jervois,' KH. Ei\s. 7 April 04; Lieut. 8 Au?. 04; Cupt. 14 July,
08; Major, 19 Dec. 13 Lleut.-Col. 22 Sept. 14; Col. 10 Jau. 37; MajorGen. 9 Nov. 4G; Col. 7Glh Foot, 10 May 53.
;

L'leut.-Colonel.

Joseph Clarke, En.i. 22 March, 10 ; Lieut, p 10 June, 13 Capt. i'24 Feb. 25


Major, 2G June, 83; Lleut.-Col. 17 Sept. 39; Col. 11 Nov. 61.
Majors.
Richard Gardiner, Ens. 12 May 14; Lieut. 29 Sept. 25; Capt. fS April 33;
Major, 11 Nov. 45.
Robert Clifford Lloyd, s. i>30 Dec. 26 iie^. p June 30; Crt^^^i'SJunc
3G; Brev.-Mujor, 9 Nov. 46; Major, 3 Sept. 47.
;

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

Wead

Quarters"!
at Glasgow. J

On

the

11th
Colours

and

The East Middlesex) Regiment of Foot.


Appointments,

tlie

Plume of

the

Prince of

"SEIIINGAPATAM" "ClUDAD RODUIGO" " BADAJOZ"


Vears' Seiv

48
Full

Hair

Pay.

Pay

23

"PENINSULA."

229
Wales.

["^^-^

^^^^^'^
1 Sth {Highland) Regtof F.{orRoss-shireBufs.)
s^e>;''A'"rT842.]
''cuidich'nRhVThe Elephant, superscribed " ASSAYE" " MAIDA" " JAVA."
Colonel.

iYear'sServ.

KCH. Ens. 9 July 03 ; Lieiit. 25 Oct. 03


"7; Mnjor. 2C) Auu. 13; Lieut.-Col. 18 June 15; Col.W.
78th Foot, 30 Sep. 53.
Jan 37 Major- Gen. 9 Nov. 4fi; Col.
r^ .Co/9 Walter Hamilton, Ens. i'2SJan. 19; iM' 15 Apr. 24; Capt.n,
I'lO Dec. 47 ; Lt.-CoL 2 Oct 48,
Mar. 33 Brev.-MaJ. 9 Nov. 46 ; Major,
Sept. 38 ; Capt. P29
Henrv William Stisted,^ Ens. v 4 Dec. 35 Lieut. p29
42" Maior, !'26 Mav 48 ; Lt.-Col. p 19 April oO.
Henry Ham'ilton, Ens. p 13 Aug. 29; Lieut. p29 Nov. 33; C;

B WA

51

Sir William Chalmers', CI5.

Capt

''7

A.iig

>

19

25

Mfz/oW.

P20 Am-il 42 Maior, p 19 April 50.


Colin Campbell M'lntyl'e, Ens. 9 Apr. 25
37 ; Major, 19 June 50.

29

Lieut, p 17 July 28

Capt.

28 Aj

captain.

LIEUT.

ENSIGNS.

Captains.

7 July 43
5 Jan. 41
1- July 37
WMGM'Murdo^,;.f.2lOct53|
24 Oct. 44
Ijohn Fowden HaliburtoniP 15 Feb. 33iP28 Apr. 37
'^'^
-^301p18
Sept. 40
"
V 8 April 26 26 Nov.
Peter Grehan^
12 May 48
p 8 Jan. 36;P 9 Nov. 38
George Henry Hunt
41 P 6 Oct. 48
.Jas.Duucan MacAndrcw^P 15 Mar. 39 jP 21 May
27 Oct. 48
11 Mar. 37
30 May 34
Charles Thomas Bentley
c^f^
-.
,
^ ^Izr. 42
31 Dec. 49
Thomas Molyneux Keogh p21 June 39
8 April 42 Pl9 Apr. 50
8 Dec. 37
Gramme Alex. Lockhart
17 Sept. 50
5 Mar. 41
i? 13 Mar. 40
William Henry Ridge
5 Nov. 41 P17 Nov. 48
2 Aug. 39
Thos. R. Drummond Hay
42
April
15 Mar. 53
8
> 7 Feb. 40
Alex! Mackenzie
8 April 42
15 Mar. 53
20 Mar. 40
Douglas Hastings

18 Feb.

.,

'

11 Nov.

r,

-o

"

-S

'

Lieutenants.

jP

L. Plevdell Bouverie,ffrfJ.
Wm. Buck C. Aug. Parker

!p

Wm.
ii'o-g-

Robert B. Arthur Purvis

M'Gregor Archer.
HowardDouglasCampbell
Georoe Floyer Sydenham
Robe'i-t

Douglas"

Robert Bogle

tlii'

Horatio Gillmore

sS

28
,^ Feb.
Mai.
O Mav
p 10 Dec
=i

John Simeon Fran. Dick


Joseph P. H. Crowe
Arthur Cassidy
John Hunter

15 May 40
28 Dec. 42
p 17 Feb. 43
24 Oct. 44
29 Nov. 44
9 Nov. 46
28 Dec. 42
p 10 Dec. 47

1 1

^^

23 May 48
,d capture of G
Zr^'^"ic.f'.
48 ^^ (wounded) and of Kh
13
__ July

for Glmznee.
Medal
"6
48
Sect.
'*o
-O C^epi^ L,..Col,M'Murdoserveda
6 Oct. 48
ant yuarter-Master-Gener:
\

45
__
47
4/
47

2 Lt.-Col. StisteJ served witl

Queen's Royals during the i


iu Affghanistan and Bi

Dec 47
-

>-

'

31 ] ec. 49;Jhe Army under Sir Charles N


31
A-nr OU\
50 I"""' the campaig
iJ Aprp 11 Dec. 47 PIQ
j^^g (eaal), an<l was presei
27 Oct. 46 17 Sept. 60] ti,e battle cf Meanee, in whic

Mar 46

P 14 June 50 horse was shot under him skit


;th the enemy while condi
6 Dec. 60 Major Stack'sbrigade from Mu
47
6 Oct. 48 P14 Sept. 521 to form a junction with Sir CI
as
u
301 Napier's force at Hydrabad
u\j
9
ti Nov.
never
where he re(
HT ' f;-l tie of Hydrabad,
28 Dec. 49 P 18 Mar. 53
^^^^^ .nj , ^.e right I

P17 Nov. 48
21

A.

Wickham Pym Weekes


Thomas Gdley, s

Andrew Cathcart Bogle


Ensigns.
Alexander M'Leod
Finlay
John
Hugh Giogan Davidson
George Digby Barker
Melville Aug. Walker
Henry
Frederick
Walsh
i.cuc.-v,... ^^.John SwanSOn

..

May

mo

i-\

>

17 Sept. 50
p 14 Feb. 51
11 July 51
p 21 Feb. 53

n
Hof
P
l a ^JCt.

v^
OO

Qu

as Assist.

Pl8Mar.53,

He again served

master General to Sir Charles Napier's Army c


the campaign against the Mountain and Desert
situated on the right bank of the Indus, early it
Queen's
4 Maj.ir Grehan served with the
throughout the campaign in Affghanistan and Be
at the
present
was
and
Keane,
Lord
under
istan
and capture of Ghuznee C Medal) and of Khclat.
'

P18 Aug. 52

.,

39|

Thomas Anderson
Donald Stuart
H, Taylor Macpherson adj
Duncan D. Grahame
Joseph Webster

May

7 Sept. 41

16 Oct. 39
1 April 42
9 April 42
P 29 April 42
2 April 41
23 May 4o
p 14 Apr. 40
p 12 June 46

'

11

thi
.,...,.>.,. served with the 40th
,
5 ^,.
Capt. MacAndrew
,
out the operations in Candahar in Affghams
^^^^ ^^^^ ^.,_ ^^^^j j^^g received the Medal ina
" Candaliar, Ghuznee, Cabool 1842."
.

Paymaster.3 ose-ph AVebster, 22 April 53; Eyis. 23 Nov.


Adjutant. Lieut. Herbert Taylor Macpherson, 23 May 53.

38.

i;

'C

^
QHrto-il/fto-. Patrick Carroll, 7 Aug. 46.

.^
,
^,
G Api
5M)Won. Arthur Charles Webster, 30 J una 48 Assista7it- Surgeon,
Assist.-Surgeons. David Reid M'Kinnon, 12 Dec. 43.
James Leitch, M.D. 23 Jan. 46.
Arthur Stewart Willocks, 3 Sept. 47.
Facings Buff. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
.

xpeditionl
1608-9 in Portugal and Spam
in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; campaigns of
lar campaig
and all
of Flushing; at Cadi, in 1810 and 11
afla,r of S^^^^^^^
More^^co, ^^"^"''''"^^^l^^l
near
'-'^^ts
on
the
enemy
of
the
the battieof Barrosa, attack
ly.ente.o
the
of
battle
attack a, M=.ya.
Salamanca, action of San Munos, battle of V.ttor.a.
^^
he.ghts of St. A.>tomo
"^ Le to Madrid and cat
repulse of 'the enemy in his attack of the
;^^f^,l\Z

S
1

Sir

cheren

ix
o^

WiUiatn Chalmers served

illudng bombardment

l'^

^^^

Head Quarters"!
at Portsmouth.J
Years' Serv.

59
Full
Pay.

23
22
21

20

Half
Pay.

79^/i Regt.

of Foot {Cameron Highlanders).

SO^/^ R^gt-

f:;': Man'isi;:]

of Foot^Staffordskire Volunteers).
[^Tu'S.
EGYPT" "MOOUKEE "" FEROZESH AH" " SOBKAON."

Years' Serr. TheSp7(mx, with the words "

53
Full

Hall

Pay.

Pay.

Colonel. \^ Lawrence Arguimhau,' CB. Ens. 9 Oct. 01; Lieut. 26 Oct. 03;
Capt. !) Alarcli 09 Majur, 11 Au-. 14; Lt.-Col. 18 June 15; Col. 10 Jan.
Major -Gen. 9 Nov. 46 Col. 80 Foot, 30 April 53.
37
;

40

Lieut. -Colonel Geov'^ii Hutchison, = Lieut. 14 July 14; CajH-P^G July 27 ;


Brev.-Mdjor, 23 Nov. 41 Major, 27 Sept. 42 ; Lieut.-Col. P 7 June 60.
Majors. Lambert Lyons Montgomery,^ Ens. p 22 June 38; Lieut. P 17 Jan.
40 ; Capt. v 28 July 43 Major, 17 Oct. 52.
Samuel ToltVey Christie,^ Ens.v)>-2 Jan. 36; Lieut, v 13 July 38; Capt. 28
Au^-. 45
Major, 31 Oct 52.
;

IG

18

CAPTAIN.

Captaijss.

Anthony Ormsby*

13 July 38
p 2 Dec. 31
Robert Hawkes'^..
....
Pll
Jan. 40
Edward Hardinge''
f George Dean Pitt
1 1 Oct. 39
Cha Fitz Gerald Studdert^ P 22 Apr. 42
iEAHoldichC'B9Z.c.28May.'J3 P 2 July 41
Charles Duperier"*
29 Dec. 40
21 May 42
Benjamin Hallowell Boxer
P21 May 41
Astell Thomas Welsh'^
George Samuel Young'''
16 July 41
;

Lieutenants.
Hamilton Charles Smith'"
//on.JohnHoweM. Browne
Bliss John Hume
Frederick Miller
Charles Frederick Amiel"

James John Dudgeon ...


Donald Maclean Fraser"'
Jas. L. Winniett Nunn'^
C.H.T. Bruce delluvignes
William Patersou
George Sullivan
William Whitehead"
Garnet Joseph Wolseley

Ensigns.
Erasmus Borrowes, Adj.

Brown Numa Craufurd


Henry Hurford

F.

Horatio Pettus Batchelor

William Picton Mortimer

2 July
8 July
31 Dec.
19 Jan.
P 24 Nov.
26 July
26 July

I'

41
37
41

44

43
44
44
28 Aug. 45
26 July 44
26 July 44

Slst Regt. F. {Loijal Lincolu Volunteers).


233
" MAIDA"" CORUNNA"" PENINSULA."
Colonel.Thomas Evans,' CB. s. 3 Dec. 94 ; Lieut. 1 Oct. 95 Capt. 19
60
Nov. 03 Major, G Feb. 12; Lt.-Col.\3 Oct. 12 Col. 22 July,.30 MajorFull Half
Col. 81st Regt. 12 July 47.
Pay. Pay
Gen. 28 June 38 Lt.Gen. 11 Nov. 51

^HtfQ,.I"arcaw"p^ref-]
Ivears'SeivJ

24

j Capt. 10
L\eut.-Colonels.Y\^\\x\ Farrant, Ens. 9 July 30
May 44; Major, VQ Nov. 48 ; Lieut. -Col- ''7 March 51.
C;j^. 29 May 44;
7 Aug. 35
Lieut.
Henry Renuy, Ens. v 27 Dec. 33
Major, 17 Nov. 48 ; Lieut. -Col. 27 May 53.
Majors. John Hamilton Stewart, Ens. 23 July 27; Lieut. 2 Aug. 34; Capt.
;

~0~

Lieut. 13 Feb. 35

\>

21

1'

24
j

2 July 41

May

3Iajor, 27

53.

Andrew Timbrell Allan, En.<i. 29 Sept. 30 ; Lieut, p 28 Dec. 32 ; Capt. p31 Dec.
41; Major, P26 Dec. 51.
CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ.
LIEUT.
ENSIGNS'
Captains.
P16 May 34 P 6 Nov. 35 13 Nov. 46
Henry Edward Sorell
5 Apr. 47
Anchitel F. F. Boughey
30 July 30 P12 June 40
.

I'

.... P23 Aug. 39


Edward Sorell ... Pll Aug. 37
John B. Flanagan
8 Feb. 31
John Oldright
21 Sept. 38
Charles Ellison Goodwin
24 Mar. 43

P30 Apr. 41

46

P20 Oct. 43
18 Apr. 45
24 Aug. 39
31 Dec. 39

47

7 Oct. 51

48

13 Apr. 52
27 May 53
27 May 53
27 May 53

John Arthur Gildea


Fred.

Robert Bruce Chichester

Hedworth John Liddell-'


John Bourchier
James Woods
Charles James Skerry

10 Sept. 41

28 Aug.
28 Mar.
13 Nov.
5 Apr.
P 3 Nov.
2 July
P 6 May
29 May

14 April 48

7 Sept. 50
11 Nov. 45

Jan. 41

35
41

41

42
44

2 May 51
20 June 51

Lieutenants.

Wm.

William Egerton Todd


Malachi Haiiley
George Belts

2 Capt. LiddeU served in the


18 April .JS
Royal Navy as volunteer first class
10 Dec. 47 and midshipman during the whole
21 Apr. 46 [of the China expedition of 1840 43
P 7 "-^'''"Mar t1 (Medal), and was present at the
'
^' Istorraingof tile forts of Chuenpee
Pll Apr. Ol [and Tycocktoo, and destruction of
P 20 June 51 "le enemy's fleet on that occasion ;
'"'^'^'' ^'^'^ capture of the forts of
Alio- Ol
P
1
"il
i
AU;,.
jjj^ Bocca Tigris and subsequent
P 13 Apr. 52 operations up the Canton River.

PIG Aug. 42
10 May 44
10 Nov. 43

Benjamin Browne.

Fred. Sidney De VereLane


Alfred Wright, Ailj

21

..

28

May 47
May 47

PIO Dec. 47
P

Charles Hunter
Hugh Arthur Chichester
Stephenson S. Bristowe
Rich. Granville Charlton
Stanley John Lowe
Geo. Wm. Moyse Harmer

P
P

Robert D. David Lecky


John Wilkinson ^
Richard Swift

19 Apr. 51

21 Jan. 48

21 Nov. 51

14 Sept. 52
^1
07
M.
'Zl May Do

27
07
'

May
Mav
t;
May
'

53
'j*)

-^
OJ
13 July 52
31 Oct. 52
7

9 Mar. 49

'

14 April 48
17 Jan. 51
18 Jan. 50
18 Jan. 51
1 8 Apr.
51

*"<! capture of that city.


I

* Lieut. Wilkinson served with


ggtf, jn t(,g Burmese war of
Ho2, and was present at the capture
of Martaban, operations before Rangoon on the 12th, 13th, and Uth
April, and capture of the Great
Dagon Pagoda with the storming
((,g

P^"5'-

P 23 Apr. 47
Edwin Fletclier Foster
7 Jan. 53,
P27 Feb. 52
17 Apr. 53
James Tweedie
George Fead Lamert ....
17 Oct, 45
27 May 53
27 May 531
Hy. Geo. Edw. Somerset ^ 13 Oct. 48
P19 Aug. 51 P 3 June 531
John Trent
William Minchin Harnett P 12 July 50 P25 Mar. 53'
Ensigns.
5 Lieut. Somerset served with the Cape Mounted
15 May 52
Charles James Hughes
the Kaffir war of 1817, and in that of
Riflemen
James Alexander Deans P 15 Oct. 52 1850
51-62.
Thomas Pattison Wood.. p 23 Nov. 52
Henry Ridimt Floyd .... P 10 June 53
p 8July53
Dennis James Connor
PayiiuisterWm. Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 Ens. 3 Aug. 30; Lieut. P 22 Jan. 36.
.

Adjutant. Lieut. Alfred Wright, 20 June, 51.


Quarter-Master. Charles Correll, 28 June, 44.
Surg.Adam Thos. Jackson, M.D. 24 Feb.42 ; A.S. 29 July 30 ; H.A.29 Nov. 27
Charles Frederick Stephenson, M.D. 20 Oct. 43.
Assist.-Surgeons.
Grahame Auchinleck, M.D. 22 Dec. 48.
Donald Sinclair Smith, 27 Feb. 52.
Facings Buff. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

1
Lieut.-Gcn. Evans's services : Entered the army in 1793 as a volunteer, and enlisted 150 men for the service. OperaWest Indies and Ireland, in 1794 and 95 ; capture of Demerara and Berbice, in 1790. Captured returning from
South America, and kept a close prisoner in France, in 1797. Operations at Minorca and Guernsey, in 1798 and 99 ; ditto on
the Coast of Spain, Malta, and Marniorice, in 1800.
Egyptian campaign of 1801 (mrdali, including the actions of the 8th,
13lh, and 21st of March
battle of Rahmanic on the Nile, and reduction of that fortri ss, sieges and surrender of Cairo and
Operations at Gibraltar, in 1802 and 3 ; ditto in the West Indies (as
Alexandria (as Lieut, and Adjutant of the 8Ih).
Operations in Nova Scolia. in 1807
Capt.iin in the 8th and Aide de-camp to hir Gordon I)i unimond), in 1804, .0, and li.
and 8 ; ditto in the Canadas (as Aide-de-camp and Military Secretary to Sir G. Drummond), in lf09, 10, and 11. Campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, in fpper Canada (as Brigade- Major, discharging duties of Deputy- Adjutant- General, and in command of the 8th), including the preparation of the force against Detroit and Michilimackinac, the defence of Fort George,
and destruction of the enemy's attacking batteries, and directing the reinforcements on Queenston, which enabled MajorGcneral Sheaffe to defeat and capture the American army, after General Brock's fall in a gallant attempt on the enemy with
inadequate means.
Assault on Sackett's Harbour, expulsion of the enemy's army fro-n Forty Mile Creek, and capture of
his army materiel, with many prisoners
battle of Chippewa, covering the army's retirement on Fort George, and
letrograde on Twenty Mile Creek, until resuming the offensive.
Night attack on the enemy's investing forces of Fort

tions in the

..

82dBegt.ofF. ( The Prince of Wales's

234

54
Full
Pay.

Half
I'av.

^'

Volunteers).

[^^%^^i^^"'
On the Colours and Appointments, the Princeof Wales's Plume." ROLEIA" " VIMIERA"
-" VITTORIA"-" PYRENEES"-" NIVELLE"-" ORTHES" " PENINSULA"' NIAGARA."
Colonel.^ Francis Miles Milman,' Ens. 3 Dec. 00; Lieut. Sf Capt. 28 April,
04 Capt. &f Lieut. -Col. 25 Dec. 13 Col. 22 July, 30; Major-Gen. 23 Nov.
Coh t<2ncl Foot, 25 Nov. 50,
41 Lieut.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51
Zic'^^-CoZowe/. Charles Francis Maxwell, Ens. p28 July 25; Lieut, v 17 Aug.
26; Capt. p16 Nov. 32; Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Major, 10 July, 47 Lt.;

Col.P 27 Oct. 48.

Majors. James Alex. Robertson, Ens. v6 Mar. 23; Lieut. p17 Sept. 25 ; Capt.
Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46 Major, v 27 Oct. 48.
'S June 32
Edward Blagden Hale, Ens. p 2 Aug. 33; Lieut. ? 29 Jan. 36; Capt. p 5
Major, p 21 Nov. 51^
Feb. 41
;

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
David Watson

24 Oct. 35
3 June
2 Aug. 39(P27 Oct.
26 Dec. 40 P 16 Feb.
C. T. Vesey Bunbury Isaac 30 Oct. 38
5 Sept. 43 P 19 June 46|P 2 Feb.
Henry Chris. Marriott
George Edmund Halliday P23 Aug. 39 P 15 Apr. 42! ]0Aug,
P14 June 45 15 Jan. 47 ''21 Sept.
Samuel Peters Jarvis.
P23 Sept. 45 P 2 Mar, 47
5 Nov.
Charles Pringle Beague.
P22 Dec. 43 P 7 Nov. 47 P 3 Dec.
John Lawrie
P
P25
45
Feb.
1
1
April
46
13 May
Wm. Roberts FarmarP19 June 46 P 19 Jan. 49 P 24 June
Herbert Morris
12 July 33
E.R.W.Wingfield Yates,*. P24 Mar, 37

|p

BREV.-MAJ,

41

48
49
49
49
52
62
52
63
53

Lieutenants.
3 June 41
16 Apr. 42

Henry Bruce, Adj


Stanley Slater, r
William Alex. Bailie
Daniel Stratton Collings

Thomas Smith
John Gordon

28 Aug, 46
30 Mar, 47
28 May 47

3 Apr. 47
4 Apr. 47
10 Aug. 49
I

3 Sept. 47 p
1

p26 Nov, 47

William Barron

|P

22 Mar.
2 Aug.
9 Aug.
21 Nov.

50
50
50
51

P19Jan. 49 P21Sept.52
Haywood
Augustus Edmd. Warren p 2 Feb. 49 p 5 Nov. 62
Russell

John Dalbiac Luard


Th..mas Edward Green
Richard Thomas Glyn
Robert Maule
Ensigns.

Newton Biggs
Henry Apreece
James White

22 Dec. 48 P 3 Dec. 52
May 50 P13 May 53
16 Aug. 60 P24 June 63
18 Stpt, 49 p 16 Dec. 53

p 17

. .

14 Feb. 51
21 Nov, 51
p 15 Oct, 52
JohnFrederick Pilkington P 17 Dec. 52
Hen. Chandler Wilkin.-on Pll Mar. 53
P13 May 53
John Sidney Hand
R.F.H.MacgregorSkinner P 17 Dec. 52
Charles Edw. Gore Browne P 16 Dec. 53

Charles

Paymaster. Luke FitzGerald Bernard, 8 Dec.48;M5.l'6 Aug.41 ; Z^p3 May44.


Adjutant. Lieut. Henry Bruce, 3 June, 41.
Quarter-Master. Michael Clinton, 27 July 49.
Surgeon. Wm. Ord Mackenzie, M.D. 8 Jan. 47 Assist.-Surg, 14 Jan. 39.
Arthur Edmund Jacob, M.B. 11 June 52.
Assistant- Surgeon.
Facings Yellow. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Beturnedfroni North America, 8 June, 48.]
;

1 Lieut. -General Milman was appninted Aide-do-Camp lo Mnjor-General Catlin Craufurd, in 1808, and
was present at ihe battles of Roleia and Vinjiera; on the same General's Staft' in the retreat of Sir John
Moore, and was engaged on the heights of Lugo, and at the battle of Corunna. He subsequently joined
his regiment, the Coldstream Guards, at Lisbon, and was with them at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, as also at the battle of Talavera. wherf he was most severely wounded, and saved from

by a private soldier of the Guards. He was made prisoner in the


Hosin France until 1814.
Major-General Milman was latterly in command of
has received the War Medal with four Clasps.
2 Capt. Farmar !,ervei with the 50lh in the Campaign on the Sutlej, and was present at Buddiwal and AUwal (medal)
'
at which last action he was severely wounded in the right thigh by a grape shot while carrying the Queen's colour,
being burnt on the

pital of Talavera,

the

field of battle

and detained

CoMatrtam Guards.

He

235
SSrd Regiment of Foot.
[Kur'^heefslceJ
Bor^S^nfJ^W]
"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" "TALAVERA" "BUSACO" " FUENTES D'ONOR"
"CIUDAD RODRIGO""BADAJOZ" "SALAMANCA" VITTORIA"
" NIVeLLE" " ORTHES"" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Years' Serv
Colo7ivl.

A\> Frederick ^tovin,' KCB. KCMG. En.i. 22 March 1800 Lieut. 7 Jan. 01
Lt.-Cul. 26 Aug. l;j; Cul. 22 July
Capt. 24 June 02 Major, 27 April 12
Full Half
Pay. Puv.
30 Alaj.-Gcn. 23 Nov.' 41 Lt.-Um. 11 Nov. 51 Col. 83rd Reg. 1 Sept. 48.
Lieitt.-Colonclg. liotet Trydell,'-' Ens. It) Oct. 04; Lt. 30 Oct. UG; Capt.
17 Nov. 18; il/^(yoc,i'3Dec. 29; Brev.-Lt.-CoL2S Nov. 41; Lt.-Col.2Au}r. 42
P Wm. Henry Law,^ Ens. 29 April, 13 ; Lieut. 1'28 Nov. 1(5 Copt. P 14 July,
25 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38; Major, 2 Apr. 41 Lt.-Col. 22 Dec. 48.
Majors. Henry Francis Ainslie, Ens. 29 Jan. 24; Lieut, v 'J Nov. 2C; Capt.
i'5 Apr. 31
Brev.-Major, 9 Nov. 4G ; Major, 3 June 51.
23
Henry Lloyd, Ens. p 5 April 31 ; Lieut. p8 April 34; Capt. p 10 April 40;
Brev.'Maj. 11 Nov. 51 Mcfj. 4 March 53.

54

l^

LIEUT.

Captains.
John Kelsall
Kdward Steele

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-MAJ.

14 July 25 p 30 April 27
4 Oct. 41
p 18 April 34 p 1 5 Mar.39 p 19 Mar. 47
p 14 Dec. 38 P15 Dec. 40|P 1 Dec. 48
p

Charles Wilson Austen


John Heatly,^ s
James Florence Murray
Edward William Bray''..
William Nott
George Frederick Moore''
Edward Bowun Cooke, *.
.

Thomas Adams
John Sharinan Molony

Richurd Rodes Wyvill*

20 Sept. 31 28 Mar. 34|P17 Nov.


14 Nov.
28 Nov. 37 p 7 Jan. 42
21 June 39
21 Jan. 41 ;P 14 June
3 June
19 Nov. 41
21 May 46,
25 Oct. 39
9 Nov. 41,P21 May
P IG Aug. 42
8 May 46iPl7 May
i'20 Aug. 44 P19 Mar. 47
4 Mar.
p 23 May 45
15 Mar.
29 June 48
P 14 Apr. 43 P 4 June 47'P22 Oct.
1

Lieutenants.
Henry De Renzy Pigott

William Mills Molony

22 July 45 P 19 Sept. 48
8 Aug. 45 P 1 Dec. 48
Samuel Read
31 Oct. 42 28 Feb. 44
K.M. H.Mainwaring,s.'l dj. 28 Jan. 42 26 Mar. 46
Thomas Parker Wright..
2 Feb. 44
7 Aug. 46
James Verling Ellis ....
29 Mar. 44 P 8 Sept. 46
P25 Feb. 45 P 1 1 Dec. 46
Jolin Norris M'Kelvey
John Meade
10 May 45
9 Jan. 47
Mowbray Baumgartner.. P 4 April 45 P26 Nov. 47
p 22 May 4G
Wm. John Nunn, r
22 Dec. 48
Stephen Wm. Metge
12 Feb. 47
do
p 19 Alar. 47
Herbert Stanley Cooper
do
Frederick Dickinsou ....
18 Aug. 48 P 2 Feb. 49
P
Charles PeregrineTeesdale
7 Jan. 47 PIS Dec. 47
Sylvester W. F. M. Wilson P 12 Nov. 47 Pll May 49
P 19 Sept. 48 P29 May 49
John Sprot
Richard Thomas Sweeny P 1 Dec. 48
3 June 51
Francis Hen. Bigby Marsh
31 Mar. 46
11 Sept. 61
Ussher William Alcock .. P17 Mar. 48 P 12 Oct. 52
4 Mar. 63
Marm. Nelson Richardson P 27 Oct. 48
Henry PhillippeV.Villiers P17 Nov. 4S P 7 Oct. 51
.

43
47

60
51
47

50
53
53
52

Lieut.-Colonel Trydell served

Cape of Good
in 180G, and was present a(
the battle of lilueberg.
He served
also in the Kandian Insurrection of
1817 and 18, in Ceylon.
3 Lt.-Col. Law served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1813 to the end of
the war, including the battles of
Nivelle and Nive, for which he has.
received the War Medal with two
at the capture of the

Hope,

clasps.

8 Capt. Wyvill served ithtbe


Kaffiriaiid during the whole
90th
of the war of 1B46-7.

i'

Ensigns.
Willianr FitzRoy

29

May

49

PIO Nov. 48
Edward Meurant
John William Huskisson
8 Nov. 50
James Nicholas Colthurst 14 Oct. 51
George Dunlevie

Alfred Holt
Julian Wakefield
Thomas Gethiii Coote

Heatly served with the 49th, and as Deputy


Assistant Adjutant-General, throughout the operations
in China, and was present at Chusan, Canton, Ainoy,
Chusnan, Chinhae, Ningpo, Chapoo, Woosung, Chin
Kiung Foo, and Nankin.
9 Lieut, Mainwaring served in the Queen's in the
campaign in the southern Mahratta country in \6H
(including the storming of the fortress of Punella), and
that in the Coucan in 1815.
10 Surgeon Clark served in the 61st the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, & was present at the passageof the Chenab, and in the battles of Saduolapore, Chillianwallah,
and Goojerat (Medal and clasps).
5 Capt.

16 Apr. 62
12 Oct. 52
22 Apr. 53

Pl3 May. 53
..
Paymaster. John Dennis Swinburne, 2 Mar. 49 Ens. 25 Mar. 43 ; Lt. 3 Oct. 46
Adjutant. Lieut. Edw. M. H. Mainwaring, 11 Sept. 51.
Quarter- Master. Patrick Hayes, 5 Nov. 52.
Fred. Hobson Clark,'" 8 Nov. 50 -jAssist.-Surg. 15 Sept. 37.
Surgeon.
Assist .-Surgeons.
James Hamilton Bews, 22 Dlc. 48.
Edward Touch, MD., 16 Nov. 49.
William Stewart James Home Munro, M.D. 14 Oct. 51.

Facings Yellow.

Agents, Messrs. Cox

&

Co.

Stovin served at the Ferrol, in 1800 in


1 Sir Frederick
n Germany, in 1805
at the siege and capture of Copenhagen,
1807; with the expedition to Sweden, in 1808; in Spain and Portusal, in 1808 'J, including the retreat to and batlle of
Coruona. Willi the expedition to Walrheren and at the capture of Flushing, in 1809 ; subsequently in Iht Peninsula, and
was second in command at the first defence of Tarifa ; Aide-de-camp to Sii Thomas Picton at the siege and capture uf Ciudad
Rudrigo and Badajoz.
Assistant Adjut:mt- General (o the Hrd division at the battle of Sala<n,inca, capture of Madrid and
the Retire, retreat therefrom and subsequent advance, passage of the Ebro, battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, mu\
Orthes, action at Vic Bigorrc, and battle ot Toulouse.
Served also at New Orleans, where he was wcunded
Sir Frederick
has received the gold cross and two clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes ; and the silver War Medal with
tliree clasps for Corunna, Ciudad Rudrigo, and Badajoz.
;

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Emb. for the East"]


Indies, April, 1842. J

rServing at Trinchl

S4th{York and Lancaster) Reyt. of Foot. [^noTou.


The Union Ease, " NIVE""PE]VINSULA"" INDIA."
Colonel.'^ Sir Loftus Wm. Otway,' CB. Cornet, 17 May, 1796 Lieut.
;

58

96
Half
Pay.

31

26
0.2

June, 13

2 Sept

^Tajor, 24 Feb. 1803 ; Lieut. -Col. 28 Mar. 05 ; Col. 4


Mojor-Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lt.-Ge7j. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 11 Nov. 51

Caj7t. 27 Oct.
;

98

Col. 84tli Keg. 30 Dec. 40.


Llettt.-Cols. Charles Franklyn, ^ETw*. vil July, 23; Lient. p8 April, 26; Capt.
PIO July, 28 ; Major, P28 Dec. 38 ; Lieut. -Col. 16 Sept. 45.
David Russell, Cornet, riO Jan. 28; Liexit. PI Oct. 29; C^;#. p 5 April, 33
Major, 7 July, 45; Lieut. -C oh v\Q Dec. 47.
Majors. Matthew Benjamin George Reed, Ens. p 26 Feb. 18; Lieut, p 19 Nov
25 ; Capt. P 26 Feb. 36 ; Major, 16 Sept. 45.
George Green,^ Ens. 7 April, 25; Lieut. 29 June 27 ; Capt. PlO Nov. 37

32
29

Major, P19 Nov. 44.


c: OS

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6 July 26

p 26 June 28
Thomas Bridge
Thomas Fred. Richardson 25 Dec. 17
P23 May 34
Thomas Davison
|

Wm. Justin

MacCarthy

15 June 15

BREV.-MAJ

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

Captains.
James Alexander West

28 Feb. 28
8 April 42
30 Aug. 31
18 Nov. 42
26 April 28
14 Oct. 42
P 2 Nov. 38
7 July 45
30 Sept. 30 29 March 44
P24 Apr. 35 ]p 7 June 44
29 Aug. 40 PlO Dec. 47
p 14 Dec. 38
24 Jan. 50
jP 30 Oct. 40,
26 June 51
8 April 42! 15 Aug. 52
8 Apr. 42
15 Mar. 53
jP 8 May 46 P 16 Jan. 62
p

P-27 Sept. 31

William RadclifFe
Charles F. Seymour ....
James Alex. Madigan
Thomas Lightfoot

9 Jan. 38
23 June 37
1 June 38
Thomas Edmonds Holmes p 28 Dec. 38
p31 Dec. 39
Spier Hughes
27 Sept. 44
Frederic Arthur Willis

Lieutenants.
Walter C. E. Snow

22 Nov. 44
11 April 42
20 May 42
7 July 45
[Continuation of Sir Loftus
0tway*s services
25 Oct. 42, 16 Sept. 45
27 Mav 42:p23 Sept. 45 train (sixteen 24-pounders),
Thomas Horan,'^rf;
3 May 44 and brought them part of
24 July 42':
Fred. Aujjustus Davidson
20 May 46 the way bacli, but was obliged
22 Nov. 44
David O'Brien
to abandon his capture, with
P27
P
45
Oct. 46 the exception of sixteen pri8
Aug.
Eugene Currie
Wm. M'Geachy Keats .. P14 Oct. 42 21 April 46 soners and one tumbril, the
15 Aug. 49 enemy bein? in possession of
19 Dec. 45
Benjamin Sandwith
which he was to
2 Oct. 46 P 19 Oct. 49 the road by
RichardStansteadBarwell
return. At Albuhera he comP27 Oct, 46 12 Apr. 50 manded thethreeregts.of PorThomas H. P. Kennan
2 June 48 P 28 Dec. 49, tuguese Cavalry, which covered
Edward C. Geils Kenny.
p 29 Dec, 46
13 Julv 50 '^"^ 'f f fl""!' of the army. Sir
Fred. John G. Saunders
Loftus has received the War
p
6 June 51 Medal with three clasps for
23 Nov. 49
Frederick Hardy
14 Aug. 46 13 Oct. 48 Sahagun and Benevente, BuH. A. Whitmore Ayton^.
Geo. Fred. Tod Whitlock Pll Dec. 46 26 June 51 saco, and Albuhera.
p 3 Nov. 48
9 Feb. 52
John MacMahon
15 Aug. 52
9 Nov. 49
Henry Browne
Pl7 May 50 " 7 Sept. 52
Pierce Chute
P22 Nov. 50 P12 Oct. 52
Arthur William Coape
6 June 51 p 13 Sept. 53
John Penton
I

Cornelius Cha.Rolleston,s,
Robert Crosse Stewart .

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Ensigns.
Tho. Goodricke Peacocke
Robert Barry

* 2
a-

Henry Currie

a;

2 Major Green served in the Burmese war.


8 Lieut. Ayton served with an expedition 80
miles up the Gambia, in 1849, and was enpaeed
at the storm and destruction of the Fortified
p 16 Sept. 51
Town of Bambacoo Pth May at the attack and
11 June 52 jiarliai destruction of the Fortified Town of
P 17 June 51 Kciming 7th May ; and in llie action with and
P 15 Oct. 52 '^ff'''*t of the enemy on the plains of Quenella

15 Aug. 48

May

50

Roberts Torrens Pratt


Ernest Hen. Brackenbury
Edward W^ooUiouse
.

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21 Jan. 53
James Richardson
George John Arata Oakley 14 May 53
FayvKister. Geo. Henry Eddy, 28 Apr. 37
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Ens. p 29 Aug. 26; L. 20 Feb. 35.


Adjutant. Lieut. Thomas Horan,' 13 July 50.
John
Faircloth,23
Quarter-Master.
May,48 ; Ens. 16 Sept. 45; i. 17 Jan. 47.
Francis William Innes, M.D., 2 Feb. 49; Assist.-Surg. 10 Feb. 37.
Surcjeo)i.
Asslstatit-Surgeo7is,Thomfis Stack, M.D., 22 Nov. 44.
Joseph Thomas La Presle, 22 Dec. 46.

S 2

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Melville Balfour,
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M.D. 21 Feb.
Cox & Co.

51.

S;r Loftus Otway ser\ed in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798, and was present in the action at Vinegar
Hill. Proceeded to the Peni.nsula in 1808 as u M;ijor in the 18th Hussars, and on the 13th of Dec, at Rueda,
he surprised and captured tlie whole of the French Cavalry out-lying picjuet, On the 16th following, near to
Valhidolid, whilst in ihcouvtrt, he encountered Col. Antig'nac, commandant of the 22d Chasseurs a Cheval, at
the head of a strong force ; ciiarged and routed him ; took the Colonel prisoner, and more of his Chasseurs
I

t-2

than he had Dragoons to guard them, and brc. light them all into Head-cjuar ers, horses, men, arms, and bagAt Benevente, whilst commanding tne out lying piquet, he was opposed Ic Lieut. -General Le Fevre,
cage.
charged and broke his advanced
for nearly an hour, at the head of six squadrons of the Imperial Guard
guard, whose commending officer was killed, and whose sword he took. In the aftair of Campo Mayor he
gained the rear of the enemy, and captured between five and six hundred men and their entire battering
;

[Continued above.

Emb.

for the Mauritius,


28 Jan. 53. Depot at

Bristol.

Years' Serv,

60
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

28

85th {Buck. Volunteers) The King's Li. Inf. Regt.


"Ancto

237

sjylcndore resurqo."

'BLADENSBURG."

fn'Lf Matif!!!] 86th

.
..

The Royal County Doxon) Regt. of Foot,

[ "'"Si^'J;""^''

Appointments, the Harji&nA Crown, with the Motto " Quis Separabit?"
" INDIA " The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT"" BOURBON" On the Buttons,

On

&

the Colours

Colonel.
Irish Harp and Crown.
Roger Parke,' Ens. 30 June 95 ; Lieut. 1 Oct. 95 ; Capt. 9 Oct. 00; Major,
25 Feb. 08 Lieut.-Col. 4 June 14; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov.
46; Col. 86th Foot, 26 May bi.

Years' Serv. the


I

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59
Full

j|3

37^

Pay. Pay.
I

44
44

29
32

Lieutenant-Colonels,
Ens. 5 July, 10 ; Lt. 24 Sept. 12 ; Capt. 9 Mar.
25; Brev.-Major, 28 June, 38; Major, vl July, 38; Lieut.-Col. 16 June, 43.
James Creagh, Ens. 1 Jan. 10 ; Lt. 4 March 12 ; Capt. 7 Apr. 25 ; Brev.-Maj. 28
June 38; il//. P18 Jan. 39; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51; X^.- Co/. 30 Apr. 52.
ilfffjc?-*. William Langley Tudor,^ Ens. 9 Apr. 25; Lt. P26 Nov. 29; Cajji. 1
Apr. 41 ; Brev.-Maj. 30 Apr. 44 ; Maj. p 19 Sept. 48.
Robert Henry Lowth, Ens. p 4 Feb. 19 ; Lieut, p 1 April 24 Capt. p 15 May 27 ;
Brev. Major, 23 Nov. 41 Brev. Lt.-Col.U Nov. 51 Major, 30 Apr. 52.
IJ

Andrew Snape Hamond

Aplin,'^

Giles

Wm.

CAPTAIN. BREV. -MAJ.

LIEUT.

Captaixs.
William Stuart

6
21
13
12
12

Keane
Harding Woodgate^

Mar.
June
Dec.
June

28
27

27
23
Abra. Collis Anderson, s.\
Donough O'Brien
Sept. 22
Thomas Andrews Rawlins P 17 Nov. 41
p 29 July 36
John Perkins Mayers
2 April 36
Harvev Wei. PoleWelman^
CharlesEdmund Thornton P30 Dec. 42
P 10 Aug. 38
Joshua Henry Kirby
P 25 Dec. 38
John Rees Croker*
P 3 Nov. 40
Charles George Butler^.
I

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8 Apr. 42
28 Sept. 30
23 Oct. 42
22 Feb. 31
P 11 Oct. 31
14 Nov. 43
27 Aug. 43
9 July 29
31 Oct.
2 July 29
P 29 Dec. 43 P
5 Feb.
P
p 23 Apr, 39
27 Jan.
Jan.
9
38
28 Dec.
P20 Aug 44 P19 Sept. 48
30 Apr. 52
8 Apr. 42
15 Mar. 53
8 Apr. 42
15 Mar, 53
do.

11 Nov. 51

Lieutenants.
Charles Osborne Creagh'^

Wm. Henrv Weaver

2 Lieut.-Col. Aplin served


Peninsula from Feb.
tlie
1811 to Dec. 1812, including
the battle of Salamanca, siege
of
Burgos, and capture of
JIadrid. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and
was present in numerous engagements with the enemy.
3 Major Tudor servea as Aidede camp to General Grey, commanding the left win^ of the Army
of Gwi
the action of Pua1843 (Mdal).
Also
"'"''' '"
served the Sullej campaign of 1845.

Charles Darby^

James Boyd, Adj


John Jerome
Edward Baker Weaver
James John Gordon ....
William Henry Beatty

. .

George Wm. Robinson


John Richardson Stuart
George Sherman Nunn.

. .

John Meacham
Maxwell Lepper
Ralph FitzGibbon Lewis
Edward Monckton Jones

Thomas Rice Hamilton.


George Hewish Adams
Henry Edward Jerome

....
Frederick Gardner
Hugh Stewart Cochrane

William Knipe

18 June 41
28 Dec. 41

6 Sept.
8 Apr.
9 Apr.
25 Feb.
27 Jan.
16 Apr.
22 Mar.
23 Mar.
9 May
19 Apr.
P 13 Aug.
27 Oct.

39
42
42
43
43
42
44
44
45
44

'

5 Aug
23 Feb.
p 30 July
13 Nov.
14 Nov.
24 July

in

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43
43

46
Nov. 45
8 Sept. 46
2 Sept. 47
13 Dec. 47
15 Jan. 49
22 Dec. 48
47 P23 Feb. 49
46 30 July 49
27 Anr. 49
8 Jan. 47
p 12 Nov. 47
4 April 51
14 April 46iP 25 July 51
21 Jan, 48
30 Apr. ,52
P 23 Feb. 49 P
7 May 52
13 April 49 P 15 Oct. 52
P 19 Oct. 49
5 June 53
I

1 1

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Beloochistan under Lord Keane,

vance -guard^under Col. Pennycuick.


5. Capt. Croker, as a volun-

Iteer,

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'

14 June
24 Jan.
P
.
12 Mar.
P 16 Aug.
Henry Cracroft Maine
14 May
Richard Charles Brown
Augustus Nicholas Wilson P 15 May
14 Sept.
Charles Eraser
.

&

was present at the storm & capture


of Ghuznee ( Medai), and of Khelat,
at which last he was with the ad-

Robert Edward Heury


J. K. Douglas Mackenzie
Robert John Wallace.

6 as Aide-de Camp to the same


General, commanaing the bth Division ol the Army.
4 Capt. Weluian served with the
17th Regt. during the campaign of
'^* *'^ *' '" ASghanistan and

Aden

accompanied the expedi


marched out of
^'''>''=''
into Arabia under the

command of Lieut.-Colonel
of the 17th regt., and was present
destruction of the Arab Posts of Slieik
Medi and Slieik Othman, and skirjiiished between those places on the 6th Oct. 1841.
6 Captain Butler, Lieu ts. Creagh, and Darby,
served during Sir Charles Napier's campaign
against the Mountain and Desert Tribes situated
on the right bank of the Indus, early in l!>45,
with a detachment of 200 men
volunteers
from the 13lh to the Syth Regt.

50 Pennycuick
j

51

52
50
52
52
52

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Paymaster.- Charles Fade Heatly, 17 Dec. 47; Ens. 19 Apr. 33; Lieut.
Adjutant. Lieut. James Boyd, 8 April, 42.
[7 July 37.
Quarter-Master. Joseph Jerome, 23 March, 26.
Henry Franklin,' 10 Feb. 52; Assist.-Surg.29 Dec. 37.
Surgeon.
Mark Stanley Todd, 22 Nov. 44.
Assistant-Surgeons.
James Kellie, M.D., 5 May, 48.
Francis Lewis Fitzgerald, 12 Aug. .53.
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1
Major-General Parke was present with the 39th at the original capture of Demerara, Essequibo, .-ind Berbice, in the
spring of 1796, when the expedition commanded by General White captured those colonies. He was in Sir James Kempt's
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 39th from
Lit'ht Infantry Battalion during the campaign in Naples in 1805-6.
May 1809 to Feb. 1812, and was present at the battles ol Albuhera and Uusaco, at the raising the siege of Cainpo Mayor when
the French sustained a considerable defeat
commanded the four light companies of the brigade at the action of Arroyo de
Molino, where the guns, baggage, and 1,400 men with their officers were captured ; he was also employed in the trenches at
the first siege of Badajoz.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Albuhera.
;

7 Surgeon Franklin served the Sutlej


at the battles of Moodkee, Ferozesheh,

campaign of 1845-6 with the Srd Light Dragoons, and was present
and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps).

Regt. of Foot {Royal Irish Fusiliers).


^"'"'Ajru'i84T''] 87^/i
MONTE VIDEO"" TAL A VER A." /<n Eagle, with aWrcalh of Laurel above the Harp, in addition
Prince of Wales, in commemoration of their distinguiihed Services on variotts occasiont,

and

[^l^^Zaet

to the Arms of the


particularly at the Battle qf

'B^lUlOSA"_"TARIKA" "VITTORIA" "NIVELLK" "ORTHES" -"TOULOUSE".."PENINSULA" -"AVA."


Years' Serv.

60
Pay.

31

28

28
29

19

Pay.

. ...

%%tU Regt, of Foot {Connaugld Rangers).

240
On

the Colours and appointments the


The Sphi7ix, with the words "

Harp and

Croton,viit\). the

Head Quarters
[

at

Bury.

motto, " Quis Separabit 1"

EGYPT"" TALA VERA" " BUSACO""FUENTES

D'ONOR" "CIUDAD RODRIGO" " BADAJOZ" " SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA"

" NIVELLE" " ORTHES" "TOULOUSE" " PENINSULA."


Years' ServJ

Colonel.

5tr John Alex. Wallace,' Bf. KCB. E>is.2S Dec. 11&7 ; Lieut. 6 Apr. 90;
Capt. 8 June, 96; Major, 9 July, 1803; Lieut.-Col. 28 Aug. 04; Col. 4
Half
Pay.
June 13; J/ry.-C?en. 12 Aug. 19 ; Lf.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col.
Lieut. -Colonel.
88th Regt. 20 Oct. 31.
Horatio Shirley, 2wrf Lieut, p 12 May, 25; Lie^it. p 31 Oct. 26; Capt. p5 July,
33 ; Major, P31 Dec. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. 18 Jan. 48.
Majors. 'Ed-amnA Richard Jeffreys, Ens. 16 June, 25; Lieut. 'PW Oct. 27
C7?^. P2 Feb. 38 ; Major, P12 May, 43.
Robert Mm. Balfour, Ens. v 31 Oct. 34; Lieut, p 16 Mar. 38 ; Capt. p25 Sept.
Maj or, P 26 Dec. 5 1.
40; Brevet-Major, 11 Nov. 51

67
Full
Pay.

20

13

William Mackie
Henry Beckwith Sawrey
Geo. Vaiighan Maxwell

P
P

2 Feb.

Bidwiirr! Nnrttin

25 Jan.
12 Sept.

Edw. John Vesey Browne


Ed ward Baylojf
Edward Herbert Maxwell

P
P

5 Apr.
26 Apr.

5 Feb.
6 Nov

^07*. J. Jocelyn Bourke,*. P21

LIEUT.

ENSIGN.

Captains.

Bryan Holme Holme, s.


Cha. Philip Jo. Stopford

Lieutenants.
Hardman Burke

May

P2] Feb.
P 17Sept.

CAPTAIN.

2 Dec. 40
39 P31 Dec. 41
P
39 P 6 Dec. 44
40 P 23 Jan. 46
391 P
40 P 6 Nov. 46
34
39
7 June 41 P 6 Aug. 47
39 P16 Nov. 41 P 8 Oct. 47
4i|p22 July 42 P 1 June 49
40;P12 May 43 P 20 Dec. 51
39|P25 Jan. 41
15 Dec. 49
P

14 June 33

Mar.
26 Apr.
27 Mar.
29 Dec.

^^^

BREV.-MAJ.
11 Nov. 51

1 Nov. 39 P
3 Mar. 43
25 Sept. 40 P 30 Aug. 44
28 Dec. 41 p 6 Dec. 44
Edmund Gilling Maynard P31 Dec. 41 P 23 Jan. 40
P
3 Mar. 43 p 19 Feb. 47
Thomas Gore, r
16 Feb. 44
7 Oct. 47
Samuel Dunning, adj.
Benj. Banbury Mauleverer P 30 Aug. 44 P 8 Oct. 47
P
14 April 48
23 Jan. 46
Henry Ernst
H. J. Le MarchantBaynes 14 Apr. 46 P 12 Sept. 48
P29
P19
Dec. 45
Dec. 48
Nathaniel Steevens
P19 Feb. 47 P 30 May 51
JaokBOH -Wray
p
6 Aug. 47 P 26 Dec. 51
Henry William Grogan
P 8 Oct. 47 P 18 June 52
John Edward Riley

J.

Joshua Grant Crosse ....


iiiiiiii
Cnrh r tt.
ri
i

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Ensigns.
3 Mar. 48
Arthur Dillon Maule
P 14 Apr. 48
Richard Grace
3 Paymaster Belfield served with a detachment of the
P
20 April 49 l"th, with Lieut.-Col. Outram's Light Brigade, in the
Shurlock Henning
Southern Mahratta campaign of 1844-5, and was present
P17
51
June
George Richard Browne
in all its operations, including the capture of Gotea
George Robert Beresford P17 Oct. 51 21st, and storming of Monohur Stockades and Fort,
Geoige Edard Copley. P21 Nov. 51 25th Jan. 1845 at which place this detachment formed
the storming party, and suffered very seriously.
Emilius Delme Radcliife p 9 July 52
P15 Oct. 52
Edward Henry Webb
Paymaster. Wm. Belfield .^ 9 Feb. 49 Ens. p 13 May 42 Lieut, p 29 July 43.
Adjutant. Lieut. Samuel Dunning, 1 July, 44.
Quarter-Master. Thomas Moore,' 21 May 52.
Surgeon. James Guy Piers Moore, 12 June, 46; Assist.-Surg. 3 March, 37.
Frederick York Shegog, M.D. 18 Aug. 48.
Assist. -Surgeon.
.

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[Beturned from Nova Scotia, July 1851.]


1 Sir J. A. Wallace was at tlie battle of Seringapatam, the stormintr of Pagoda Hill, and of Tippoo's lines
and camp, and the siege of Seringapatam, storming of Kistnaguirie, &c. i:c. In 171)8 served at the reduction of Jlinorca; from thence he joined the army under the command of Sir Ralph Abeiciomby, and
was at the landing at Aboukir in Egypt, 8lh Blarch; the bailies of the 13th and 21st, before Alexandria;
at Rhamanieh, Rosetta,and Gr-ind Cairo. He has received the gold Medal and two Clasps foiBusaco, Fucntes
d'Onor, and Salamanca; and tlie Silver War Medal wilh one Clasp for Egypt.
2 Captain Stopford served in the 22nd Regt. Ihroiighuut ilie opi rations in Scinde under Sir Charles
Napier, and wa- pre>ent in IIjc biitilec of Meiance m d Hyderabad (.Medal).
4 Quartermaster Moore served Willi tie 31st llegt. throughout tlie campaign of 1842 in Affghanislan
Also the SutUj campaign of 1845-6, in(Medal), including the ciigagenients of Mazeena and Tizecn.
cluding the actions of Moodkce, I'erozcshali, Buddiwal, .Uiwal, and Subraon (Medal and three Clasps).

Head Quarters
Cork

Years'

iit

242

90th Regt. of Foot (Perthshire Volunteers.^


(Light Infantry.^

MANDORA.
Years' Serv.

-The Sphinx with the word, " EGYPT""


" GUADALOUPE."

[Head Quarters
L

at Dublin.

MARTINIQUE"-

..
..

] 91*^ ( TIlB Argyllshire) Regt.qf F00t.\,.,b, at Ihe Cape of Good HoiDe.


" ROLEIA" ' VIMIERA" " CORUNNA" " PYRENEES"" NIVELLE"
" NIVE"" ORTHES" " TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Years' Serv.

vice, 27

May

Half
Pay.

Full

Pay.

42

Coloiiel.GahVKl Gordon,' Ens. 6 Jan. 1781; Lieut. 2G Nov. 84; Cuj)t. 10 July,
March, 02; CoZ. 4 June, 11 ; Mnj.-Gen.
94; Moj., Hi Mav, 1800; Lt.-Col.
4 June, 14; Lt.-Uen. 22 July, 30; (Jt/i. 9 Nov. 4(): Col. 91st Regt. 19 Apr, 37.
John Francis Glencairn Campbell,-' Ens. 26 Oct. 27 ; Lieut.
Lieut. -Colonels.
P 27 Aug. 29
Cajjt. v 23 Nov. 32 ; Maj. 8 July, 43 ; Lt.-Col. 14 Apr. 46.
9 June 25; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 26;
r.Charles Cooke Yarborough, C.B. Ens.
Capt. V 4 Jan. 33; Major, 19 May 45 ; Limt.-Col. v 13 Oct. 48.
P8
Lieut, p 23 Nov. 32 ; Capt. P 24
Oct.
29
Majors. r.T)ii\\a Forbes, JJ/w.
July 35 ; Major, 14 Apr. 46 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 2 May 53.
Bertie Edward Murray Gordon, Ens. p 26 Oct. 32 ; Lieut, p 24 July 35; Capt.
p 23 Apiil 41
Major v 13 Oct. 48.

27

29

i'

22

Captains.
Win. Glendonwvn Scott
r. Edward W. (3. Wright^

22
22
23

20
19

20
16
15
13

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-MAJ.

32 p 12 June 35 p 22 Feb. 39 15 Sept. 48


32 p 13 Nov. 35 p 2 July 41 26 Feb. 62
10 Oct. 38 11 Nov. 51
13
18 Aug. 14
JohnG.Rawstorne,'' s.'
14 Oct. 42
28
8 May 35
r. John Campbell Cahill
P
38
8 July 43
35
11 May
r. Heiiry J. Savage^ ....
P
19 May 45
39
July
34
12
Robert
Fred.
Middlemore
r.
38 P 23 April 41 P 13 Oct. 48
Fred. J. Bayly
Wm. Tho. Laird Patterson P22 Feb. 39 p 12 Oct. 41 P 20 April 49
P31 Dec. 41 IP 13 Oct. 43 P 4 May 49
James Day Cochrane*
28 Apr. 52
13 Jan. 45
Robert Henry Howard'- P12 Oct. 41
William Barron Stanton P 28 Jan. 48 (Pie Aug. 60 P23 Nov. 62
P21
P
May 50
20 Oct. 48
1 Apr. 47
r. J. Sandham Warren"*
p

30 Mar.
21 Dec.
22 July
28 Feb.
5 June
19 Dec.
30 Oct.

'

'

13

6
7

8 Captain Cochrane served with


the 9Ut in the operations against
the Kalfir Tribes. Cape of Good
Hope, and was severely wounded
(shot through the body and lelt hand,
and contused on the groin), on the
18th April 1846, when covering the
rear of Colonel Somerset's division
during the retreat from the Amatoli

Lieutenants.
11
7
7

6
G
3
5
8
5

4
4
4
3
3
3
3

g o

,/ j:

J. Theoplulus Ussher,^
r.

Jas.

Somers Ray

P30 May 43 14 Apr 46


29 Apr. 47,P28 Dec 49

15 Aug 50
5 NdV. 47
5 Dec. 50
1 Aug. 48
P 6 Oct. 48 P 6 Dec. 50
30 Dec. 50
r. W.Geo. CGoiAon, Adj. P
9 Jan. 49
31 Dec. 60
r. Robert Borthwick .... P 13 April 49
P
P
7 June 50
William Fred. Norman..
6 Nov. 46
P 11 May 49 p 8 July 51
r. William Squirl '^
Plo Feb. 50 p 14 Oct. 51
John Bruce
Wm.Benj. Battiscombe. P15 Mar. 50 21 May 52
P 12 Dec. 50 P 24 Aug. 52
r. John Charles Sweny
Walter Rice Olivey .... P14 Feb. 51 P 29 Oct. 62
Francis Gordon Hibbert.
5 Apr. 51 P23 Nov. 52
r. Mai. Potter Macqueen P 18 Apr. 51 P 23 Apr. 63
24 Aug. 53
r. Henry Auburey Bond
4 Apr. 51
Robt. Henry Cramp ton"
Frederick Boehmer, Adj.
r. Alex. Watson Mackenzie

r.

Mountains to Block Drift.


9 Lieut. Ussher served the campaign of 1844-5 in the Southern
Mahratta country, with the 22nd,
and was present at the investment
and capture of the Forts of Panulla

and Pownghur.
10 Captain Warren served in the
campaign on the Sullej (Medal),
and was attached to the 53rd, and
with thera in the engagements at
Buddi'Aal and Aliwal
he was

Ensigns.
r. Thomas Thornhill Lane P19 Aug. 51
P 17 Oct. 51
r. Lloyd Henry Tliomas
Charles Goddard Dewell
8 June 52

3
3
2
2
2
2
1

Alex. Cunninj-ham Bruce

Henry Wood
James H<nry Dobie .
Henry William Grtgg

P
..
.

William Rust D'Eye.. ..


Robert Macpherson ....
r. Tho. Erskin Arthur Hall

1
1

29
6

Edw.

r.

18 June 52
17 Aug. 52
P21 Sept. 52
P 21 Jan. 53
3
14

V 1
P

May
May

53
53

I
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present with his own regt,


the
73rd Bengal Native Infantry
in
the battle of Sobraon. He was also
engaged with the Cape M. R. in the
action with the insurgent Boers at

Boem

Plaats.

Major Scott served throughout the Kaffir War of


part of the same as Deputy Assistant Quarter
Master General to the 1st Division.
15 Lieut. Squirl, prior to entering the British Army,
served as a Lieutenant in the Austrian service under
Radetzki in the campaign of 184-9, and was present
at the battles of Montarra and Novarra (wounded), and
5

1S46-7

'

subsequently at

tht>

siege of Leghorn.

2 Sept. 53

;P2/wrt^e>-. G.IIad.Dalrymple, 31 Jan. 40; Ens.VoNov. 25 ; Lieut. GT>ec. 21.


Adjutants. Lieut. Frederick Boehmer, 1 Aug. 48.
r. Lieut.
George Conway Gordon, 30 Dec. 50.
Quarter-Masters. William Blackburne, 1 Aug. 48; Ens. 20 Oct. 46.
?. James Paterson, 1 Oct.
47.
Surgeons. Thomas Ross Jameson, M.D. 6 Dec. 43 ; Assist. Surg. 10 Jan. 34.
r. William Arden, 25 July 51 ; Assist. Surg. 9 April 41.
). John Nial, 13 Aiiril 52.
Assist.-Surgs.
Constantine Caridi Read, 13 May 53.
\

Wm.

Facings Yellow. Agents, Messrs. Barron & Smith. Irish Agent, J. Atkinson, Esq.
[1^ Battalion returned from the Cape of Good Hope. 26 April 48.]
i.

1 General Gordon has received the gold medal and one clasp for Martinique and Guadaloupe.
2 Lieut. -Colonel C-impbell commanded the infantrj- force which formed part of the expedition against the Insurgent Boers,
beyond the Orange River, South Africa, in April 1815 and he commanded the Reserve Battalion, 91st Regt., throughout the
whole of the Kaffir ^%ar of 1846-7 and was specially mentioned in Colonel Somerset's despatches of the 17th and 18th
April
1846, as also in Lieut.-G.n. Sir George Berkeley's General Order of the 17th Dec. 1847, as having conducted
and commanded
one of the columns of attack against the chief Sandilli, which concluded the war.
11 Lieut, Crampton was dangsrously wounded in the action with tba Rebel Boers at Boem Plaat*.
;

244

92nd (Highland) Regt. of Foot.

"

Emb. for Corfu, 8 Star. 5l.


Head Qrs. at Gibraltar.
Depot at Gahviiv.

EGMONT-OP-ZEE" " MANDORA"The Sphinx, with the words "EGYPT"


" CORUNNA" " FUENTES D'ONOR" " ALMARAZ"" VITTORIA"
" PYRENEES"" NIVE"" ORTHES" " PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
I

Years' Serv

Head Quarter*, T
Dcvoiiport.

93d { Sutherland Highlanders) Regt. of Foot.

"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE."


Half

Pay

245

OAfi
'^^*-'

rEiiib. for Foreign"]

LServ.4 Oct.l838.J

Years' Serv-


Head

Quarters,

Weedon.

"I

95th {The Derbyshire) Reyt. of Foot.

247

Colonel.

Years'Serv
1^

49

Sir John Btll," KCB. Ens. 1 Aug, 05; Lieut. 1 Oct. 07 ; Capi. 12 March
12 ; M(ij. 21 Juue, 13 Lieut.-Col. 12 April, 14 j Col. 6 May, 31 ; MajorGen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 96th Foot, 25 June, 50.
;

Full

Half

Pay.

Pay.

Lieut. -Colonel.
''
11 July 26; Lieut. p25 Dec. 35: Capt. P 7 Seut
il/ff>r,P
11 Dec. 49; XJeu/.- CoZ. P 24 Dec. 52.
38;

Em.

James Webber Smith,'

Majors. John George Champion, Ens. 2 Aug. 31 ; Lieut. P 8 May 35 Cant


i^
^
>
P2 Feb. 38; Major, 11 Nov. 51.
Henry Hume, Ens. P 9 May 35 ; Lieut. P 1 Dec. 37 ; Capt. p 19 Jan. 44 Major
^ '
P24Dec. 52.

ENSIGN.

Captains.
Thomas Heyland
John Fitz Thomas Dennis
Thomas Davis
Vincent Wing

4 Apr. 33
4 Aug. 37

CAPTAIN.

BKEV.-MAJ>

8 July
P 30 Oct.
20 May 42 P 2 Feb.
P 12 July 44 P 2 Sept.
P
George James Dowdall ..
8 June 38
14 May
Julius Aug. Robert Raines 28 Jan. 42
5 April
P

36 P 13 Dec. 42
88 P 25 Nov. 45
44 p 3 Mar. 48
45 P18 May 49
42 11 Nov. 51
44 p 13 Apr. 52
James George Edrtina;ton P 3 June 42 P 25 June 44 P 24 Dec. 52
George Courtenay Vialls p 20 Jan. 43 P22 May 46 p25 Mar. 53
p 19 Jan. 44 Pll Sept. 46
John Neptune Sargent.
18 Nov. 53
John Christopher Minnitt'p 6 Oct. 43
14 Apr. 46 P31 Dec. 52
Alfred

Lieutenants.
Lionel Fraser
Spicer Charlton
Henry Foster
Charles Henry Martin
Alex. J. John Maedonald

24 Nov. 43
23 Mar. 44
p 25 Nov. 45
27 Api-. 46
23 Apr. 47

Anthony Morgan

7 May 47
6 June 48
p 15 Dee. 48
P 18 Apr. 51
5 Dec. 51
p 13 Dec. 51
16 May 51
p 14 May 52

Edward

Robert Graham Polhill


Geo.LynedochCarmichael
.

Frederick James Taylor.

Godfrev Clerk
Edward Wm. Eddington
George Bi'own, rf/
Robert Garrard

7 May 47
3 Mar. 48
9 June 48
24 Jan. 51
11 Nov. 61
P 13 Feb. 52
P 13 Apr. 52
P 22 Oct. 52
P 24 Dec. 52
P 25 Mar. 53
P 2 Sept. 53
18 Nov. 53
18 Nov. 53
P

Ensigns.

Dymock 21 Sept. 52
5 Doctor Gordon served with the 58rd in the
Edmund Davidson Smith p22 Apr. 53 catnpai^n
on tlie SuUej (Mc-dal) in 18-J6, inWilliam Braybrooke .... p 23 Apr. 53 cluding the actions at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and
p 13 May 53 Sobraon. He served in medical charge of the
Evelyn Bazalgette
throughout the Punjaub campaign of
20 May 53 24rh
William Hill
1848-9, and was present at the battles of Sadoop 2 Sept. 53 lapore, Cliillianwallah,
Basil Charles Boothby .
and Ooojerat.
p 20 Sept. 53
Graham Mylne
18 Nov. 53
Francis Geo. C. Probart
Francis Feneran,' 15 Dec. 87 ; Quarter-Master, 1 Dec. 23.
Paymaster.
Brown,
22 April 53.
Lieut.
George
Adjutant.
Quarter-Master. William Holt, 3 Dec. 41
Surgeon. Archibald Gordon,^ M.D., 12 Sept. 48 ; Assist. -Sxii-g. 28 June 86.
Assistant-Surgeon. Robert Ferguson, 1 April 53.
Facings Yellow. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
\^Returned from China, 6 Aiig. 1850.]
Frederick Henry

WA

1 Sir John Bell served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7; in the Peninsula and France, from Ju\y 1808 to Feb.
1809, and again from May 1809 to July 1814, including tlie battle of Vimiera, action at tlie bridge of Almeida, baitle of Busaco, all the actions during the retreat of the French from Portugal, siege and stormin"of Ciudad Rolrigo, siege and storming of Badnjoz, action at the heights of Castrillos, buttle of Salamanca"
action of Sabijana do Morillos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Ortlie^, trnd Toulouse. Served'
afterwards with the army employed against Louisiana, from Dec. 1814 to June 1815. He has received the
gold cross for the battles of ihe Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orihes, and Toulouse; and the silver War Medal with
six Clasps for the other battles and sieges.
3 Lieut.-Colonel Smith served the campaign in April 1834, against the Rajah of Coorg, with the 48th

Regt., and was wounded.


4 Paymaster Feneran ter>'ed the campaign of 1814 in Holland.

.\lo the

campaign of 1815, including the

battle of Waterloo.

248

QQth Regiment

Foot.

rSerring at Laboiei

of
Bengal.
L
Colonel.-}^ Charles Edward Conyers,' CB. Ens. 13 Sept. 9-i ^Lt
2"sept"95
60
Caiit. 25 June, 02; Major, 16 Feb. 09
Lt.-Col. 3 March, 14: Col lo'jan'
37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 96th Foot, 11 Feb. 52.
Pay. Pay Lieut. -Colonels.
Charles Brownlow Cumberland, jE"/;.?. p 21 Dec. 20Lieut p 15
Oct. 25 ; Capt. v 10 June, 26 ; Major, p 19 Sept. 34 ; Lieitt.-CoLv
22 July'42.
Thomas Maitland Wilson, Ens. p 15 Apr. 24; Lieut, v 1:3 May 26 Capt' v 23
Dec. 31 ; Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, 18 Aug. 48; i^.-CoL p'i5
June 49.
Majors.
3ohn Suodgrass, Ens. 13 Dec. 33; Lieut. 1 Dec. 36; Capt. P 15
21
Dec. 40 ; Major, p 15 June 49.
Edward Hill, Ens. p 29 Dec. 32; Lieut, p 23 June 37; Capt. p27 July 38
22
'
^rey.-ilfrtjo?-, 11 Nov. 51
il/fljo;-, P9 July 52.
[ feTv.'Kov^.Tslo'.']

Yea.=,-Serv.

10

Head Quarters afl


canterbury.

97M ( The Ettvl

of Uhtcr's)

" Quo fas

Rcfft.

ct gloria

ofFoot.

249

ducunt."

Colonel.

CB. JEns. 14 Jan. 01; Lt. 25 Mar. 02; Copt. 16


May 05; Major/M April 12 ; Lt.-Col. 17 Sept. 14; Col. 10 Jan. 3? ; Maj.Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 97th Foot, 29 Nov. 52.
Lieut.-Colonel.
M Henry Fred. Loekyer,= KH., Ens. p 25 Mar. 1813 ; Lt. 19 Jan. 14; Capt.
P20 June 22 ; Major, 12 June, 35 ; Lieut. -Col. 26 Oct. 41 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51.
Majors. Hon. Henry Robert Handcock, Ens. 8 April 25; Lieut, p 20 Mar
27; Cop?. P 24 Feb". 32; il/ryor, 14 Apr. 46.
Augustus Fred. Welsford, Ens. P24 Feb. 32; Lieut, p 25 July, 34 ; Capt. r 19
Jan. 38 ; Maj. p 7 June, 50.

Henry Adolphus

Proctor,'

i'

21

..
.

Emb.

250

forForeigiiT

Serv.Dec.

98th Regiment of Foot.

18-tl.J

Serving at
Calcutta.

" The Dragon" "CHINA" " PUNJAUB."


Colonel. li^ 5i>- Willoughby Cotton,' GOB. & KCH.^?is.31 Oct. 1798; Lieut
& Cavt. 25 Nov. 99; Capt. & Lieut-Col. 12 June, 1811 Col. 25 July, 21
Full
Half
Pav. Pay.
Major- Gen. 22 July, 30 Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 Col. 98th Regt. 1 Aug. 39
2.'
Lieut.-Colonels. William Rolierts,^ Ens. 14 April, 14; Lieut. 7 April,
34
Capt. P 18 Oct. 31 Major, p 5 Oct. 41 Lt.-Col. 4 April 49.
18
Daniel Rainier,^ Ens. V 4 March, 36; Lieiit. p 11 May, 38 ; Capt. p 21 May, 42 M'
Lt.-Col. p 1 April 53.
Major, J-o Sept. 50
Majors. Edmund Haythorne,^ Ens. 12 May 37 ; Lieut. p4 Oct. 39 ; Capt. 11
17
Sept. 44; Brev.-Maj. 7 June 49; 3X(g. ? 1 April 63.
Henry Bates, Ens. 9 July 29 Lieut. 28 Nov. 33 ; Capt. P 8 Aug. 45 ; Srev.25
Major, 19 June 4G Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 7 June, 49 Major, p 11 Oct. 53.
;

BREV.-MAJ.

Captains.

1i

3ao

James Button Smyth


Edward John EUerman
Henry Wra. Goodwyn
Edward Grantham'' ....
.

10

S.Hen.HutchinsEdwards'
Henry Thos. Richmond''
Richard Young
Octavius Latouche'
Geo.D. Dickson Cleveland

26 Nov.
21 Nov.
23 July
P 31 Mar.
p 10 May

12

Molyneux Batt

11
11

Martin Dillon"
Robert Reid*
Robert John Hughes,
Campbell Barber Browne
William Croker
Henry Wallace Stroud
Charles Hill Fresson
Daniel Antoine Baby .
Richard Clancy
Don. Macleod Farrington
Thomas Gardiner

17

if

18
13
13
13
12

29 Jan. 41

Francis Peyton^
Gran. G. C.Stopylton.^s.
Francis Haden Crawford

13
15
18
19

11

15June39|
14 Oct.

30 Dec
10 Feb.
9 Dec,
5 Oct.
41
41

42
43
44

27 May 42
13 Jan. 42

3 Sept. 60
28 April 48
1 Oct. 50
6 June 61
9 July 50
3 April 49
28 May 52

p
j

Pl5Dec. 40
P 30 Dec. 37
P 4 Sept. 40
P 26 June 40
17 Mar. 43
18 Dec. 43 P 28
15
9 June 43
15
28 July 44
1
P 24 Jan. 45 P
P 2 Sept. 45 Pll

May

52
Mar. 53
Mar. 53
April 53
Oct. 53

Lieutenants.

3 Lt.-Col. Roberts was present at


28 Dec. 42 11 Sept. 44
the assault and capture of Chin
18 Mar. 43 14 Nov. 44 Kiang Foo and he commanded the.
P 23 June 43 P 26 Jan 45 98th at the landing before Nankin,
dal for China.
30 Aug. 43
7 Jan. 42
tenant-Colonel Rainier,
23 Feb. 44 P 10 July 46 captain Grantham, and Paymaster
p 25 Jan. 45 p 22 June 47 Pagan, served in the 98th with the
expedition to the North of Chine
IQ
Mar 43 IS
Ahp- 47
4/ ;^ jg^2, (medal) and were present
10 Aug.
1 a iViai. 'to
7 Jan 48 at the attack and capture of Chin
9 June 43
28 Feb. 45 P 1 Aug. 48 Klang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin.
P 22 June 47 p 1 Dec. 48
5 Maj. Haythorne served with the
p 17 Dec. 47JP28 Aug. 49 98th on the china Expedition in
P 4 A pril 49 P 3 Sept. 50
LrcaXe":n. -^
J^f
22 May 4b 21 Sept. 50 Kiang foo, and at the investment
Peter Edward Quin
He served as Aide deNankin.
Wm. Henry Joseph Lance P 18 Sept. 49 P 7 Feb. 61 ofCamp
to Sir Colin Campbell in the
4 Au-- ^Q Pnnjaub Campaign of 1818 9, and
9 Jan. 47
Charles Stanhope Smelt
19 Nov. 47
6 June 51 was present at the battles of SadooMontague Browne ....
10 April 49 28 May 52 '''P'"'e' ChilUanwallah, and GoojeJones Harper Reade
rat, and at the subsequent occupaP 22 Nov. 50 P 28 May 52
Henry Robert Twyford
r( Medal). He com,,^^ f p,,,,

12
10
9
11
11

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7
7

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Ensigns.
Dagg

April 53 manded

29 Oct

50

'

the

Flank Compan

"*"' " ^^^ Expedition to the


Kohat Pass with Sir Charles N-

"'^

pier, the

Commander-in-Chief.

18 July 48
6 Lieut.-Col. Bates served as Aide-de-eamp to Sii
Robert Dick (who was killed) in the battle of Sobraor
William Lewis D. Meares 29 Nov. 50 (Medal)
and was appointed after that aetion AidecLi
i\To'
PIP
V
Ol
Raper
iUay
Frederic
ID
Augustus
de-camp to the Commander-in-Chief in India, inwhicl
6 June 51 capacity he served the Punjaub Campaign ot 1848-9,
Charles Mills, Adj
was present at the affair of Ramnuggur and battlei
George Frederick Webster 17 June 51 and
ofChillianwallah and Goojcrat (Medal and twoclasps).
P14 May 52
Robert Westropp Ellis
y Captains Edwards and Latouche, Lieutenant
Samuel Cooper W^alker. Pll June 52 Richmond, Dillon, and Reid, served with the flanl
Colli
Francis Barker Hassard P 13 May 63
mL'T"'"
J^h^.p"'"'
Campbell.atthe
of the Kobat
Pass
forcing'"r^"
forcmgof
KobatPassin
Feb. 1850
.^ ''"r.',?

'p 11 Oct. 53
Litton Hewson
Paymaster. James Fagan,'' 21 Au?. 49 ; Quarter-Master, 19 Jan. 38.
Adjutant. Ensign Charles Mills, 6 June 51.
Quarter-Master. John Gillespie, 11 April 63.
Surgeon. Charles Cowen," IG Feb. 44 ; Assist. -Surg. 27 March, 35.
Benjamin Swift, M.D., 8 April 42.
M
Assistant- Surgeons.
Archibald Redfoord Ridgway, M.B., 12 June 46.
I
Gavin AinslieTurnbull, 16 Aug'. 50.
1
i'"'C'tH^s White.
^(/e/ii*, Messrs. Cox & Co.
J
Charles Henry

6
4
3
3

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|P17 Jan. 51
Norris Goddard
C. M. Gibbons Quantrille]P27 June 45

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Willoughby Cotton served with the 3rd Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 1805; and
that to Copenhagen in 1807, where lie was appointed Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General to the reserve und(
*''^ Duke of Wellington, and was present at tlie battle of Kioge. In 1809 he accompanied the Duke to Span
and served as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General to the Light Division during the whole of the campaig
of the retreat to Torres Vedras and the subsequent advance, the former containing a series of skirmishes an
the battle of the Coa. Eeturned to England on promotion in June 1811, and rejoined the Peninsular arm
in 1813; he was present at the battle of Vittoria, commanded the Light Companies at the passage of tl
Adour, and the piquets of the 2nd brigade of Guards at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. He con
manded a division of Sir Archibald Campbell's army in the Burmese war and also of the army under Loi
Keane in Affghanistan, and was present at the assault and capture of Ghuznee (Medal).
Sir Willoughl
has received the War Medal and three clasps.
1

Sir

7 Captain Peyton served in the 9Sth with tlie Expedition to the North of China in 1S43 (Medal), and was present
the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. He also served with the Flaak Compan
at the forcing of the Kohat Pass, in the force under Sir Colin Campbell in Feb. 1850.

Service, Sept. 1842.

Yeafs'Serv.

65
Full

Pay.

55
"

"-3

45

Colonel.
"^

July 99 -Lieut 26 Sept. 99 ; C;,J.


Sir John Ilanbury,' KCH. Ens. 20
M(uor-(xe7i. 22 July 30,
June 02; Lt.-Col. '2Q Dec. 12; Co/. 25 July 21 ;
. - t
^
if -Gen 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 99th F. G Oct. 51.
aq
i;.-S;l-Henry'Despard/^CB. i?..25 0ct 1799; i^^^^^^^^^
Co/.yJNoy.4
.
29,
i/^.-CoZ.i'13Aug.
r-^nf piONov OG- i/rt;o'-,''12Aug.l9;
lAe^^ 1 Jan. OG ; Car^.
ilfS-:^1^?olm Napper Jackson,^'^,^: 1 July, 05^
Nov. 41
'% Feb 12 MaJoXu June, 29; iJrere^ Lleut.-Col. 23
C^.i. p 22 May 2'
13 Oct. WLle^a. p 20 Nov 24 ;
Edward La^t/
-Col. 11 Nov. ol.
ilTff/or, P 18 Oct. 39 ; Brt v.- Lieut.
.

33

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Captains.
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CAPTAIN.

BKBV.-MAJ

Copenhagen" " Montk Video" "Roleia"


"BUSACO" " BAISKOSA" " FUENTES D'OnOR"

" Vimiera" "Corunna"


" ClUDAD RODRIGO" " BADAjoz" "Sai-amanca" " Vittokia" " Nivelle" "Nive" "Orthes"

"Toulouse" "Peninsula" "Waterloo."


Colonel-in- Chief.

Field

Mdvshal His Royal Highness Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel

Duke of Saxony, Prince of Saxe Coburg & Gotha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMG.
23

CO

Se]it. ,52.

Colorwls Comvmndant.
1351SI Sir Andrew Francis Barnard,' GCB. GCH. Ens. 26 Aug. 1794; Lieut.
Sept. 94 ; Ca})f. 13 Nov. 94 ; Major, 1 Jan. 1805 ; Lieut. -Col. 28 Jan. 08 Col.
4 June, 13; Major-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 11
Nov. 51 ; Col. 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, 25 Aug. 22.
;

49

219

^M Sir

Henry George Wakelyn

Smitli,^

JSr^ GCB.,

27irfZ,iew^.

8May,05;

Lieut. 15 Aug. 05; Capt. 28 Feb. 12; Major, 29 Sept. 14; Lieut.-Col.
Pay18 June, 15; Col. 10 Jan. 37; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 Col. 2nd Battalion
Rifle Brigade, 16 April, 47.
Lieutenant-Colonels.
Capt. p 19 Aug. 28 ;
1 George Buller,^ CB. 2nd Lt. 2 Mar. 20 ; Lt. 28 Mar. 25
3Icgor, i'31 Dec. 39; Lieut.-Col. p27 Aug. 41 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51.
2 Arthur Johnstone Lawrence, 2?!rf ifej^f. p 4 April 27; Lieut, p 12 Feb. 30;
Capt. P24 Feb. 37 ; Major, p 11 Sept. 46; Lieut.-Col. 1 Aug. 47.
Half

Pay

33
27

3Iajors.

26

Sidney Beckwith," 2nd Lieut. 17 Apr. 28 ; Lieut. 26 May, 33 ; Capt. P 31 Dec.


39 ; Afajor, 13 July, 47 Brevet Lieut.-Col. 22 Dec. 48.
2 Wm. Sherbrook Ramsay Norcott, 2?!^ Lieut. 13 June, 22; Lieut. 16 June,
25 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 40 Major, 1 Aug. 47.
2 Wilmot Henry Bradford, 2?id Lieut, p 24 May 33; Lieut. P 26 Aug. 36;
Capt. P27 Aug. 41 Major, P 8 Aug. 51.
1 Alfred II. Horsford, 2nd Lieut. P 12 July 33
Lieut. P 23 April 39 Capt. p 5
Aug. 42 ; Major, P 26 Dec. 61 Brev. Lt.-Col. 28 May 53.
1

32

21

21

21

Avijtt xiriyaae.
..

zoo

Years' Serv.l

Hall
Pay. Pay.

Full

2nd

Lieutenants.

I.IEUT.

LIEUT.

Hon. William Draper MortimerBest i'17 May 44] P 2 July 47


^ d. pm.
P23 Aug. 44 P 13 July 47
1 Charles Vernon Oxenden
P 10 Oct. 45 P24 Sept. 47
2
Charles Henry Spencer Churchill
11 Oct. 45 P 24 Sept. 47
Edmund Manninghani Buller
1
V 24 Oct. 45 P15 Oct. 47
2
Hon. James Stuart
P 14 Nov. 45 P12 Nov. 47
I Augustus Wykeham Clifton
P 29 Nov. 45 Pr2 Nov. 47
1 Hon. Leicester Curzon"
P30 Dec. 45 P 9 June 48
1 Arthur William Godfrey
14 Apr. 4G p 29 Dec. 48
2 John Ross

10
^0
9

9
9
9
9
9
8

8
8
8

P 7 July
. .
P 7 Aug.
Cliflord
8 Sept.
2 Peter MacDonald,rt(/;.(Q..V.l9Jtfai/46)
Pll Sept.
I Wyndham William Knight
1

William Bagenall Brewster, adj.

Hon. Henry

Alfred Manners

Arthur Nixon
Francis Walter Balfour

Henry Tryon
Coote Buller
Cook Sibbs Flower
Hon. Barrington Reynolds Pellew'"
Arthur Frederick Warren
James Rowles

7
7
7

1
1

4
7

2
2

12 Apr. 49
13 Apr. 49
10 Jan. 50
P 11 Jan. 50
P19 Mar. 47 P25 Jan. 50
30 Apr. 47 p 31 Oct. 51
P 14 May 47 P 30 Apr. 52
P 2 July 47 P 1 2 Oct. 52
P13 July 47 P 12 Oct. 52
P20 July 47
26 Dec. 51
P 15 Aug. 50 P27 May 53
P23 July 47 P 11 Oct. 53
p 24 Sept. 47 P 18 Nov. 53

Drummond

4G
46
4G
46

Second Lieutenants.
P25 Sept. 47
Henry Gore Lindsay"
10 Quarter-Master Peacock*
P 22 Dec. 48
2 William Thomas Markham
served in Kaffraria in the camp 16 Feb. 49 paign of 1846; and with one of
1 Thomas Harvey Bramston
10 Apr. 49 the columne which penetrated
1 Claud Thomas Bourchier
P18 Jan. 60 the Amatola Mountains in the
1 Hon. George Harrington Legge ....
Spring of 1847. He served also
P
adj.
14 Feb. 51 with tlie troops under Sir Harry
1 Edward William Blackett, d.
P
51
Newdigale
Sept.
16
Legge
Smith which crossed the Orange
2 Henry Richard
p 17 Oct. 51 River in 1848 to suppress the
',2 Julian Bargus Yonge
P21 Nov. 61 insurrection of the Dutch Boers,
George Smyth Windham
and was present in the action
P 23 Jan. 52
2 Philip le Bel ward Egerton
of Boera Plaats.
P13 Feb. 52
1 William Deedes
Pll June 52
2 Boyd Francis Alexander
P23 Nov. 52
2 William Frederick Thynne
P17 Dec. 52
Malcolm
2 Leonard Neill
.... Pll Mar. 53
1 Frederick Courtenay Morgan
1

Wm.JamesMontgomeryCuninghame Pll Mar. 53

P13 May 63
Henry Walter Campbell
Fred. Geo. S Leveson Gower Ip 11 Oct. 53
p 2 Sept. 53
1 Charles A. Penrhyn Boileau
2 Hon. Aug. Henry Archibald Anson p 27 May 63
Paymasters.2 John Newbury, 23 Aug. 44 Bns. 28 Dec. 38 Lt. 21 Aug. 41.
Ens. p 10 Nov. 43 Lt. 1 May 461 John Edw. Large, 8 Aug. 51
Adjutants. 2 First Lieut. Peter MacDonald, 8 Sept. 46.
1 First Lieut. William Bagenall Brewster, 19 June 48.
Quarter-Masters. 2 Thoinas Gough, 14 Aug. 46.
1 Henry Peacocke,"* 21 Aug. 49.
Surgeons. 2 Arthur Anderson, M.D. 16 Dec. 45 Assist.-Snrg. 16 Oct. 35.
1 Robert Bowen, 26 Dec. 51 ; Assist. -Sury. 18 May 41.
1 James Edward Scott, M.B. 11 June, 47.
Assist.-Surgs.

2 Ho)t.

Lord

'

2 Francis Reynolds, 7 Aug. 46.


1 Henry Shearly Sanders, 5 March, 47.
Regimentals Green. Facings Black. Agent, Sir John Kirkland.
\\st

Battalion embarked for the Cape of Good Hope, 2 Jan. 62.

Depot

at Dover.']

\2nd Battalion returned from Canada, 24 June 1852.

Head Quarters

at Portsmouth.]

the Infantry of the force employed aeainst the insurgent Dutch Boers N. E. of the
Aug. 1848, and was present in the action ith and defeat of the rebel Boers at lioem Plaats, in which
Great Orange River
Buller being severely wounded.
action he succeeded to the command of these troops on Lt.-Col.
Nov. 184ti until its termination in 1847. Also in the
5 Caitain Hardinge served in tlie Kaffir war trom
Orange Kiver in Aug. 1848, when he was present
of
the
Great
E.
expedition against the insurgent Boers N.
Lieut.-Col. Beckwith

commanded

slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plaats.


6 Capt. Gljn served as Field Adjutant to the force under Si

and
at

Boem

Smith in the action with and deff at of the rebel Boers

Plaats.

Captain Cartwright served in the actien at Boem Plaats, ;9th August 1848.
and Affghanistan in 1841 and 1848 (Medal). nd
8 Capt Fvers served in the 40lh throughout the operations in Candahar
and Baba Wallie ; also at the relief of
the actions at Kale Slnikh, Kunje Kuk, Panfwaie, Tiloo Khan,
wa pie
all the affairs in
ubsequcntly nt Killa Aziem, Goaine, Ghuznee, and occupation of Cabool ; and in
Kbelat-iGliilzee
was engaged in its progrets through the
Nott,
General
of
AITghanistan,
under
Army
which the Candah! Division of the
Khoord Cabool, T een, Jucdullurk. and Khvber Passes.
Hope a-ainst the Kadir Tribw in 184-7-e. and
9 Lieut. Oxendt' served on the Eastern Frontier of the Cape cf Good
the iccetslul operatisni in the Amatola Mouowini acainst Sandilla.
was engaged
Barrington Pellew served with the 43rd in the Kaffir war of 1851-,2.
10 Lieut, the Ho
South Africa.
1 and Lindsiy were present at the battle of Berea,
Hon. L.
7

11

Lieuts.

Years'Serv.

64
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

"35"

31

27

30

29

..,

^/ttt

rrcat xiiucu

j-vcyiiiii^iit

uj

111

j.'uut,t

61

Robert John Harvey,' CB., IJns. 8 Oct. 03; Lt. 34 Mar. 04;
Capt. 2 Jan. 06 ; Mqj. 25 July, 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ;
Maj.-Gcn.2-3 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; CoZ. 2d W. I.Regt. 16 June, 48.
Lieutenant-Colonels. llenvy C. Cobbe, Ens. 15 Feb. 31 ; Lieut, p 23 Jan. 35;
Capt. i'3 Nov. 37 ; Major, p20 Oct. 40; Lt.-Col. 26 May, 44.
Mends,^ Ens. 1 April, 22; Lieut. 19 Feb. 24; Cjsf. 19 Mar. 29;
Ifi Herbert
Major, 26 May, 44 ; Lt.-Col. 14 Feb. 53.
i/>r6-. Stephen John Hill/ -B/js. 10 Nov. 25 ; Lieut. 13 Feb. 28 ; Capt. 16
April 42 ; Brev. -Major, 15 Feb. 50; Major, 9 Sept. 51.
Henry VVase Whitfeild, Ens. 13 Feb. 28; Lt. 28 Oct. 31 ; CajH. 15 April 42;
Major, 14 Feb. 53.
Herbert Watkin Williams Wynn, Ens. ''5 July, 39; Lieut, 24 Sept. 41; Capt.
P 28 April, 46 ; Major, p 1 April 53.

Half Colo}ieL~}^ Sir


Pay.

PftV.

23
31

IJ

i'

29 Dec.
p 11 Mar.
10 July
P 3 Nov.
30 Aug.

Wm.

M'Carthy Murray
John Harger

25 Jan. 39
15 Mar.
'31 Dec. 42 ;P20 Mar.
25 Oct. 39
9 Nov.
26 Oct. 39 29 July
10 Dec. 41
3 Oct.
Pll Nov. 36 10 Jan.
4 Aug. 41
1 July
15 April 42
5 Sept.

37

27 April 49;P22 Oct.


28 Aug. 49 P 28 Jan.
8 May 40
15 April 42 14 Feb.
P23 Mar. 47 P20 Oct. 48 Pl6 Dec.

Thomas Gibbings
John Deane Reece
Wm. Elliot Mockler
James Owen Bovill''

35
42

37
39
21 Feb. 34
22 Feb. 39
25 Oct. 39

Tliomas Wallace Fraser


John F. A. Hartle

15 Jan. 47
29 Dec. 48

Lieutenants.
JohnHarpur(<2.-Jl/.5Mar.38)

1-2

Robert Scott
Arthur Wellesley Joyce, s.
George James Ivey ....

10
9

D.Aikman

7
7

4
6
5
5
2
3
6
2
2
13

15 Dec. 40
15 April 42
17 April 42
1

<Zy. P

Ensigns.
Edward James Laughlin =

15

29

47
47

11

16
26

48

50iP26
.,,

52
53
53
53

tiritish possession in W.Africa, for 14 years,

and was present


at the first at-

tack made upon

27 Apr. 52'

17 Aug. 62
52 jP lo Dec. 52
51 P28 Jan. 53

49 14 Feb. 53
52 P18 Oct. 53
52|pii Nov 63
41
20 Aug. 42
62 p 23 Dec. 63

tlie

of

26

49|
49'

51
61
51

48

16 Sept. 61
23 Jan. 52
William St. Aubin
William James Surman..! II June 52
'
24 Dec. 62
Miluer Burleigh
1 April 53
John Kavauagh
Vincent|P
26
July 53
AlacUesy
Thomas
Edward PercivalVaughaniPiU July 53
James Kingsley Maunsell 20 Sept. 53
lEdw. Yaughaa Arbuckle p 18 Oct. 53
Pll Nov. 53
Robert Bourne
11 Nov. 53
John Harger
I

28

Nov. 44
45

4 April
13 Aug.
R. iS. Wilkinson Jones
p 2 Oct.
Charles John Patterson
14 Oct.
James Lambert Byrne
Joseph William Halemau p 27 Dec.
lO Oct.
Forward Rum ley
9 Feb.
Lloyd R. Creak Drouet *
..
27 April
Ijolui Foulkes Becher
24 Jan.
R. Joynt Gordon Grant*
Francis Robert Charnock p 12 Dec.
Horatio James Wise .... 28 April
24 Aug.
William Davis
Edward Dampier Cockell P 10 Dec.
P
2 June
jjohn Elliot"
9 July
H. K. Jolinstone Waldron
Patterson,

10

BKEV.-MAJ.

Lt.-col.Mendi
46 3served
as a Mid46 shipiiiun, K.N.
46 dui'inj^tlieyoar;
47 1812-13&U,in
M.&S. America.
48 Served at every

Ashantees
near the village
Donguali,
26th Sept. 1823, under Sir Chae.
Present also at
M'Caithy.
Aug. 42 the destruction of the native
Dutcli town of Succondee,
Nov. 43 17th Feb. 1824, and employed
Mar. 44 in the boats of H.M. ships of
Jan. 471 war skirmishing with the naand theAshanJuly 47' tives of thattown
tees on the following morning.
July 611 In action against the Ashanand at
tees, 21st May, 1824
Sept. 61
Dec. 51 the defeat of their army on the
heights in rear of Cape Coast
Dec. 61 Castle, llth July following.
Apr. 52 On the 4th Feb. 1826, whilst
1

16
12

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

ENSIGN.

Captains.
John Miller
Charles C. Rookes
William Anderson ^
Jas. Delamain Mends

in

command

of Dixcove Fort,

Years' Serv

..

256

PuU
Pay.

11

3rd West India Rf:fjimmt of Foot,

67

Half Colonel.~TI^ Wm. Wood,' CB. KH. Eiis. 27 Jan. 97


Lieut. 27 Dec. 97 ; Cant
;
Pay.
3 Dec. 02 ; Maj. 14 May 07 ; Lt.-Col. 8 April 13
Col. 22 July 30 ; Maj.
Gen. 23 Nov. 41 Lt.-Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Col. 3rd West India Regt. 8 Feb. 49
Lieut.-Colonels.\f WW&xa Irwin, Ens. p 15 Nov. 27; Lieut. 19 Nov. 30
Capt. P 26 April 39 ; Major, 18 Jan. 48 Lieut.-Col p 26 Dec. 51.
1
Auchmuty Montresor,^ ^?w. 29 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. 25 Mar. 25 Capt Pll May
26 ; Brevet-Major,2?, Nov. 41 Major, P29 April 42 ; ir^.-CoL 20 June 45.
Majors. GQOv^e A. K. d'Arcy,^ Ens. p 21 April 37 Lieut. 26 Sept.
f 39 ; Cant.
i
;

9 Nov. 46; il/ryor, P6 July 62.


Samuel Hood Murray, Ens. p22 June 32; Lieut,
42; Major, p 21 May 50.

8 Dec. 37

ENSIGN.

Captains.
James Palmer
3

20 Apr.
25 May
28 Nov.

Isaac Foster*
.

Rich. Plunket Ireland^


Clayton S. Hext Kingston
Francis Richard Taylor.
Peter John Macdonald .
James Dupre Brabazon^.
E. Conron, Q.r.M.-iDec.i''.
Geo. B. Triscott Colman
Malcolm Macgregor'. .

28 June

11 Sept. 40

28 May
25 Oct.
29 April

16 May 45
18 June 41
29 Jan. 41
5 Nov. 47
7 Jan. 42
12 Dec. 34

17 Oct.
31 Dec.

6 Sept.

6 June 16
14 Sept. 18
29 July 36
2 May 38
28 Dec. 38

5 Feb.
23 Dec.

Capt.

P 1

Nov.

CAPTAIN. [bREV.-MAJ.

James Travers
James Waddell

25 Aug. 39
15 Apr. 29
15 Apr. 42
1 May 46
17 July 49
2 June 50
P21 May 50
26 Mar. 52
20 Oct. 48
4 Feb. 53
24 July 53
29 Nov. 41

11 Nov. 51

9 Nov. 46

'

Lieutenants.
Henry Charles Watson
James Francis Birch ...
.

.'

Thomas M'Curdy

John O'Flanagan
Robert Willock Davies .
William Ivers Lutman ..
William John Russwurm o
Robert William Harley.
Parr William Kingsmil'l, s.
Claudius Kerr
George Alleyne Rogers . .

'

'

'

Wm.Beverley Robinson,*.
Henry James Rainsford^
Reginald Guard Palmer
Henry Leigh ^
Wm. H. Wilson Hawtayne
Hafed Lamont

P 18 June 41
7 Jan. 42
P29 Mar. 42
p 24 Jan. 45
27 Feb. 45
p25 Sept. 46
5 Feb. 47

8 Oct.

47

Aug.

46

29 Dec. 42
30 Dec. 42
2 June 43
1 Oct. 46
7 Aug. 47
27 Apr. 49
28 Apr. 49
29 April 49
16 Apr. 50
5 June 51
6 June 51
26 Aug. 51

12 Sept. 48
8 Mar. 50
27 Apr. 49
]

5 June 49

2 Lieut. -Col. Jlontresor was

10 Sept. 51 pniployed on Particular Ser31 Oct. 5i:y'=/^" 'he Kaffir War of


!

19 Oct. 49!

P 17 Jan. 51 P 16
July 52 on the Staff during the opera23 Nov. 51.P23 Nov. 52;*'""^ ^ ^ field-force in the
William Savage
Auo40
9<\
7
n/.(AO -Southern Mahratta Conntry in
^^*^-^^' ""''^ M^Jor-General
Blake Goble
P 14
Aliv' .a.i
V>\ p1
li De
11 Jiay
p 18 Mar. 53
la Motie.
Fred. Geo. Nuttall Clarke P17 May 50 p
4 ilaj. Foster served fou
17 Oct. 51
a
in the Roy al Netjt
Hamilton T. Jameson
2GDec. 51 p 10 June 53 onmidshipman
the East India station, ^... ,
Wm. D'Esterre Taylor
the army. Was present at
18 Apr. 51
24 July 53 entering
the capture of live ships having
Thomas Maurice Quills.
19 Aug. 51
14 Au?. 53 troops on board, g^oing into Java
1

'

Ensigns.
Geo. Alex. Moorhead,o(//.

Thomas Hanrahan
West Holmes
I

Roads.
Served in the Travancore
war, in 1809; landed atCochmwith
Foote, to assist the troops in stormof that place; was afterwards wounded in
31 Oct. 51
ot Malacca, when boardings some Malay
he Kandian campaig-n of 161b, he was taken
1 Nov. 5]
id was rescued just at the period
the
22 Nov. 51 reoels were in the act of suspending him to awhen
tree.
7 Capt. MacGregor commanded the Light Company
16 Apr. 52
of the inth in
of the siege operations
P17 Aug. 52 before Mooltanthein early part
1848, including the repulse of the
23 Nov. 52 enemy's night attack upon the British camp at Muttee
21 Jan. 53 Thol, 17th Aug., and storming their strongly enirciii-iieu position before
oeiore Mooltan, i:
12th Sept. (severely
j trenched
p , f -.
It} iVlay OO^ wounded left hand shattered by
musket shot).
1 8 Oct.
531 Medal and Clasp.

partyundcr Cap

Hill

Edward Armstrong

....

'

George Gant Beazley


iTho. John Barlow Connell
Robert Bruce
C. G. Macgregor Skinner
James Watson
Alfred. Aug. Richardson
18 Nov. 53
Charles Brisbane Hifrman 23 Dec. 531
Paymaster. iohn David Blythe, 3 June 53.
Adjutant.
Ensign George Alexander Moorhead, 17 Aug. 52.
Quarter-Master.Whed Elford Grant, 3 Aug. 49.
,SMr(7eon. Thomas Parr, 21 Oct. 53
Assist. -Surg. 21 July 46.
Assist.-Surgs.
Thomas Manners, 22 Dec. 48.
Horatio George Martelli,^ 15 Feb. 50.
FacingsBlwe Agents
Frederick William Moore, 28 Oct. 53.
Messrs. Downes &Son.
Lieut.-Geueral Wood, served 51^ years in the West Indies. Accomp.inied the expedition to Hanover
in 1S05 He
next served the cainpaigu ot lSOS-9, including the

battle of Coruuna. Subsequcntlv at the siege of Flushing he volnn


teered to storm the enemy s entrenchments, which he carried; and in November he was again sent
to Walchcren to
cover the embarkation of the troops when the island was evacuated. In 1810 he proceeded to the
Jlediterranean where
he served three years, and on being promoted, in 1S13, to iTie Lieut.-Colonelcy of the 85th, he joined the
armv in'Snain
In 1814 he accompanied the 85th to America, and commanded it at the battle of Bladcniburg, where
he
severe wounds, had a horse shot under him, and was obliged to surrender himself as a
prisoner of war.
HTTas re.
ceived the War Medal with one clasp for Corunna.

ceivedCr

uU

Years' Serv.

Full Half
Pay. Pay.

20

18

Vears' Serv.

Royal Newfoundland
Pay.

Co)npanies.

Lieutenant-Colonel
313a Robert Law,' KH. Ens. 8 June, 180!); Lieut. 27 May, 11
Oct. 21; Major, V2d Aug. 34; Lieut.- Col. 2 Feb. 44.

ENSIGN.

LIEUT.

4 Nov. 09
23 Feb. 38
13 Juno 30

Edward d'Alton^

25 Oct.
29 Dec.
2 Aug.

26 Oct. 411
24 Jan. 51
P 20 Sept. 39

Lieutenants.
John

Gillespie, j

31

Walter Saxton Bold


Martin Petrie

Kekewich
Ensigns.
Richard Alex. Law, Adj..

S. Blomefield

39

6 Aug. 41
14 April 46
12 Dec. 43
23 Feb. 44

Charles Frederick Tyler

William John Coen ....


Henry M'Mahon Eagar

May

'

'

Caijt.

Pl8

CAPTAIN.

Captains.
Richard Saunders
William Jenkins

261

7 Jan. 42

11 Nov. 51

2 Major d'Alton served in


the 83rd during tlie suppression
of tlie Insurrection in Lower
Canada in 1837; also in repelling the attacks of the

25 Nov. 42
7 Jan. 48
P 28 Sept. 47
American Brigands who landed
30 Mar. 49 near Prescott,
Upper Canada,
9 May 45 P 2 Feb. 49 in 1838.
8 Dec. 46
29 April 51
P

2 Feb. 49
George Priestly
30 Mar. 49
Arthur Saunders Quill .. 21 Nov. 51
Adjutayit.
Ens. Richard Alexander Law, 11 April 51.
Surg. Sandford M'Vittie Lloyd, M.D., 22 Dec. 48 Assist. -Surg. 5 Mar. 41
Assist ant- Surgeon.
Gilbert Wm. Spence, M.D., 3 April, 49.
Facings Blue. Agent, Sir John Kirkland.

1 Lt.-Col. Law served with the 71st Regt.on Sir J. Moore's retreat at Lugo and Corunna, in 1808-9; at
the
siege of Flushing, in 1809; subsequently in tlie Peninsula, including the atiaii- at Sobral, Massena's retrrat
battle of Fuentes D'Onor, 3d and 5th May 1811 (wounded in two places) ; covering 1st and 2d sieges of
Badajoz, actions at Arroya de Molino and Almaraz, defence of Alba de Tonnes, battles of the Pyrenees
and capture of enemy's convoy at Elisonda, in July 1813; battle of the Nive, ailair at Cambo, employed
in an armed boat at Urt on the river Adour, battle near Bayonne 13tli Dec. 1813, affairs at Hellette,
Arrivarette, St. Palais, and Aire; battle of Orthes, and affair at Tarbes, where he was severely wounded!
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo severely wounded and horse killed
by a cannon-shot. Served afterwards with the array of occupation in France. He has received the War

Medal with

six clasps.

Gold Coast Corps.


Major Stephen John
ears

erv.

Half
Pay. Pay.

Captains.

Hill,

(j^gjOj so long as he

William Mayne

. .

Henry Bird
John M'Court'

..

of the

2nd West India Regt., to be Major, ex


of the Gold Coast.

may remain Governor

262

CHATHAM GARRISON.
Commandant. CoZoneZ Marcus Beresford, Unatt.
Major op Brigade. CaiJ^am J. S. Wood, 13 K
Years' Serv

21

40


JRoyal Malta Fencihle Regiment.

363

Colonel.

Zieut. -Colonel. Bhncoc Baynes,' :Ens. 24 June 12 ; Zicuf. 2B Dec.


15; Capt
June 24 ; Major, p2 Oct. 35 ; Licut.-Col. fSG Oct. 41 ; Col. 11 Nov. 61.
Major. "Carlo Cutajar, 20 July, 47.

P24

f *Antonio Maltei, 11 April, 45.


*Guglielmo Petit, 10 May, 45.

'
Captaim.\
f
^
lf'''''^''^\^^^fTehee Rizzo, 20 July, 47.
j

*Giuseppe Gouder, 12 March, 52.


L*Gcorgio Virtu, 26 June 52.
I

('*Nicola Metrovich, 10 July 40.


*Wilhani Gatt, 11 April, 45.
*Giuseppe Cavarra, 10 May, 45.
Lieutenants.^ *Giuseppe Sesino, 20 July, 47.
*Filippo Eynaud, 12 March, 52.
*Loreto Bonavita {Adj.) 7 May 53
*Giuseppe de Piro, 20 June 52.
r*Jame3 Lazzarini, 11 April, 45.
*Saveriode Piro, 10 May, 45.
*Hem-y Montanaro, 12 Feb. 47.
Fn<!;nr,o J
^ *n *Filipps Giacomo Testaferrata, 20 July, 47.
I

*Michael Portelli, 12 March, 52.


(^Thomas Emmanuel Bonavia, 12 Oct. 52.
Paymaster. Vincenzo Rizzo, 25 Feb. 17.
!

Adjutant. * Lieut. Loreto Bonavito, 12 Feb. 47,


Quarter-Master. *Paolo Salamone, 25 Jan. 3i).
Surgeon. Ludovico Bernard, M.D. 9 May, 49 ; Assist.-Surg. 27 Jan. 43.
Assistant- Surgeon.
Carmelo Ellul, M.D.,9 Aug. 49.

Facings Blue.
Colonel Baynes has received
ay of Naples, 3 May 1810.
I

tlie

Naval

Agents, Sir John Kirkland.

War Medal

for the action of the

Spartan

frigate in the

9 Paymaster Jellicoe served at the capture of Heligoland in 1807. Frequently engaged in boats
the North Seas and Baltic, and in several affairs with Danish gun boats and the Russians during
and 11. Served two years on the island of Aiiholt, and commanded a company at the defeat of
le Danes in their attack of the island in ISU,
tliegarrison talking prisoners more than double their
vn numbers. Served afterwards in tlie Peninsula.
He has received the Naval War Medal as a
ieut. of Royal Marines, for the battle of Anholt, 27 March 1811.
9 Captain Woodgate has received the War Medal witli four clasps for Viraiera, Fuentes d'Onor,
1

108,9,

id Ciudad RodriEO.
10 Captain Middleton served in the P(.'ninsula and France with the 95th Rifles from IStli
arch, 1810, to 18th July, 1814, and was present in every action in which the 3rd Batt. of that
)rps was engaged, namely tlie battle of Barrosa, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, where he

with the storming party, and was severely liurt by the explosion of a magazine on the ramand storming of Badajoz, actions on the heights of Sun Christoval and at Castrajon,
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, action at San Milan, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees,
orniing the heights of Echalar and of Vera, batlles of the Nivelle and Nive, actions near
iiyonne of the 9th, 10th, lltli, lUlh, and 13th Dec. 18J3 (horse shot under him on the 10th),
;tion at Tarbes, and battles of Onhes and Toulouse, besides various affairs of outposts.
He has
iceived the War Medal with ten clasps.
II Paymaster Matthews served in the Nepaul war in 1814 and 15; at the capture of Hattrass; in
e Mahratta war in 1817 and 18; at the capture of Bhurtpoie; and the campaign of 1842 in
tfghanistan, under General Pollock.
12 Paymaster Robinson served at the siege of Asseerghur in March and April 1819.
13 Paymaster Furlong was in the action before Genoa, and the taking of that city, 7th April,
Served afterwards in the American war, including the operations in the Chesapeake, battle
114.
Bladcnsburg and capture of Washington, action before Baltimore, and the subsequent service in
le Chesapeake ; operations of the army before New Orleans, the actions of the 2nd Dec. 1814, and
;t Jan. 1815, and storm of the American lines before New Orleans; taking of Port Bowyer.
On
lard the Golden Fleece transport when attacked by an American privateer, off the island of St.
omingo, 28th Nov. 1814.
14 Paymaster Kennedy served as Paymaster of the 22nd Regiment in Scinde, during the camlign under Sir Charles Napier, in 1834 (medal).
15 Lieut. J. B. Hamilton has received the War Medal with one clasp for Salamanca.
16 Lieut. Pieters served in the American war in Canada in 1814 and 15 ; also in the late rebellion
rved

irt;

siege

iltle

Canada.
17 Lieut. B. H. Edwards served in the Peninsula from 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, includg the siege and storming of Badajoz (wounded) with the 9th Portuguese regiment of the Line; and
the 43rd Light Infantry at the battles of Salamanca, Vera, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, Tarbes, and
julouse.
He has received the War Medal with six clasps.
18 Lieut. Spence served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, in Spain and France, with the 84th, and
as present at the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of Nivelle and Nive ^and actions near Buyonne.
e has received the War Medal with two clasps.
19 Capiain Adams served four years in Western Africa, and was present at tlie various affairs and
irinislies whicli look place at tlie different parts of the coast at which he was stationed, including
e attack upon, and destruction of. Fort Albreda, and capture of the Town of Barra, in the River
imbia, in 1817. Served snbsequently in Caft'raria, Cape of Good Hope; and with the 71st Highl 2
nders in Upper and Lower Canada.

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Henry Joseph Morris, Major 11 Nov. 51
John M'Coy
H.B.Eflw. Fitzherbert Grant
John Wray Mitchell, Brigade-Major m
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Edward Wood

Hugh Manley

George Robert Harry Kennedy

K. H.E.George

Chas. Vansittart Cockburn

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Francis Seymour Hamilton,
Edward Walter Crofton,'' r
Samuel Philip Townsend

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Charles Cheetham

Gilbert John Lane Buchanan


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12

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4

8
2

5
6
6
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Henry Aylmer
George Charles Rawdon Levinge'"
A. Graham Wilkinson Hamilton
Alexander Irving
St. John Thos. Browne, 3/;. 15 Sept. 48 ..
Charles Bingham, Major of Brigade..
Henry Sebastian Rowan,*" s. Maj. 22 May 46
John Noble Arbuthnot Freese*'
.

Frederick Darby Cleaveland


Henry Austin Turner
Thomas Beckett Fielding Marriott

Thomas Elwyn
Charles James Wright
George Augustus Fred. Du Rinzy
William Hamilton Elliot
Peter JIaclean, s

Anthony Benn
Charles Lionel Fitzgerald
Philip Reginald Cocks

William Thomas Crawford


Pierrepont Henry

Mundy

William Henderson
William James Smy the
David William Paynter

26

9 Dec.

Apr.

do
do
do
11 July
do
do
12 July
do
30 June 30 6 June
do
4 July
17 Aug.
6 Aug.
22 July
16 Sept.
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25 Sept,
do
5 Aug.
1 Oct.
do
6 Nov.
23 Nov.
18 Dec. 29
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25 Nov.
do
do
26 Nov.
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1 April 31
do
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29 April
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30 June
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6 Nov. 30 26 Aug.
27 Sept.
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7 April
do
26 Oct.
12 April
27 Oct.
13 April
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28 Oct,
do
2 Feb. 32
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July
23
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26
31
31 July
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17 Aug.
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27 April
29 Aug.
2 Aug,
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16 Oct.
10 Aug.
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28 Dec.
do
26 Nov.
7 May 33
4 April
16 Dec.
16
July
do
do
1 Aug.
do
do
17 Oct.
do
do
21 Nov.
do
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25 Nov.
6 April
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17 Dec.
1 May
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10 Mar. 34 4 May
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18 May
20 June 32 11 July
20 July
17 Aug.
do
14 Aug.
18 Aug,
do
22 Aug.
do
9 Sept.
25 Sept.
1 Sept.
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14 Jan.
20 Nov.
do
30 Mar.
21 Nov.
20 Dec.
1 April
29 Dec.
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Dec.
do
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28 Jan. 35
do
1 April
4 April
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14 April
6 May
do
15 April
do
2 Sept.
6 Jan. 36 15 May
21 June 33
9 June
18 Mar.
do
5 April
do
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5 April
2 July
20 Dec.
10 April
13 July
do
10 Jan. 37 6 May
do
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9 May
20 Dec,
19

Tuite
G.c. Frederick Maron Eardley-Wilmot
3 James William Fitzmayer

18 Oct.

do

Franklin Dunlop
Francis Dick
Alfred Tylee
Charles James Dalton

H.B. David

29 July 25 1 Jan. 28 27 Sept. 40


3 Jan.
25 Jan. 41
dc
30 April
19 Feb.
do
1

12

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22
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22
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George John Beresford


9 Rob. Fitzgerald Crawford
10 John St. George
William Robert Nedham
1
H.B.Edward Charles Warde
Henry Coope Stace
7
3 John "William Ormsby
H.B.Arthur Joseph Taylor
8 George Maclean
5 Wm. Harrison Askwith, Maj. 28

28
26

26
26
26
26
26
26
26
25
25
25
25
25
25
24
24
24
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31 Dec.

28 12

May 29

42

43

44

45

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Years' Serv.
Full

. .. . .

..

Royal

270

Artillery.

Half

2nd LIEUT. 1st LIEUT. CAPTAIN.

Pay. Pay

13
13
13
13

Second Captains.
Henry Francis Strange
H.B.John Saltren Willett
John Charles William Fortescue

12

12
12
12
12
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
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Herbert Winsloe Veitton, AdJ2tta7it

Charles Henry Morris, r


Nell M-Innes

Mackay

Wm. James

Esten Grant
Joseph Clark Childs
George Vanderheyden Johnson
Adolphus Frederick Connell
Robert Barlow M'Crea
John Lindredge Elgee

John Desborough
G. C.George

Shaw

H.B.Aug. Fred. Francis Lennox


11

Charles Stuart Henry

Edmund Henry Rene

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5
2
7

9
4
9
5
10
1

3
3
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12
2

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5
2
7

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9
5

11

2
11

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Miller Clifford

Richard Wheatley Brettingham

11
11

10
10
10
10
10
10

H.B.Charles Taylor Du Plat


10 Mortimer Adye, Adjutant
5 Charles Trigance Franklin
4 Alexander Cassar Hawkins
Barclay Lawson
7
Andrew PellettScrimshireG reen A dj
1
8 Edward Arthur Williams, Adj.

10
10
10

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11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
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Richard O'Connell, s

13

13
13
13
13
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12
12

19 June 41

11

Flint

..

Philip Gosset Pipon

Edward James Paterson


John Davenport Shakespear

....

Edward Bruce Hamley


George Thomas Yield Adjutant

do
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18 June
do
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11 Jan. 43

Arthur Comyn Pigou


Ho7i. David M'Dowall Eraser ....

James Drmnmond Telfer, ^rf;M<w!;


Charles John Strange
Richard Gregory
Horace Parker Newton
Alexander Cameron Gleig
Hon. William Charles Yelverton.
George Henry Vesey
Stapylton Robinson
Michael Shrapnel Biddulph
Henry Arthur Vernon
Chai"les

Jan. 42

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
17 Juno

Manners Raynes

Gustavus Hamil. Lock wood Milman


J. Fraser Lodington Baddeley, Adj
George Lee Chandler
Charles George Arbuthnot
Charles Richard Ogden Evans
Guy Rotton
Francis William Hastings
Henry Augustus Smyth
Paul Winsloe Phillipps

Edward Moubray

12 Frederick Hugh Chancellor


10 Charles Waller
9 Richard King Freeth, Adj
9 Cliarles William Grey
8 Fran.MontagueMaxwellOmmanney
9 Edmund Palmer
3 Francis Vansittart
H.B.Leopold Grimston Paget
3 Richard Phelips, Adjt

Henry Mercer
George Colclough
Thomas Walter Milward, r
Henry Lowther Chermsidc
Frederick William Craven Ord
William Conyngham Lynch Blosse
Matthew Bligh Forde
.

do
do
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do
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do
do
do
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20 Dec.
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19 June 44
do
do
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do

7 Apr. 42
12 April
13 April

do
do
do
do
27 April
28 April
14 July
2 Aug.
4 Oct.
1

Nov.

3 Nov.

30 June 48
do
do
do
do
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do

do
9 Oct.
14 Oct.
1 Nov.
do
do
do

26 Nov.
29 Nov.
7 Dec.
31 Dec.
4 Apr. 43
do
do
do
do
6 April
3 May
4 May

do
do
do
do
do
do
16 Nov.
28 Nov.

15 May
16 May
18 Aug.

19

8 Jan. 49
15 Feb.
9 April
7

May
May

28 June
5 Sept.
3 Nov.
22 Aug.
6 Mar. 50
9 Sept.
14 May
15 Sept.
23 May
80 Oct.
do
8 Nov.
27 May
14 Jan. 44
do
7 Mar.
11 June
30 Mar.
20 June
1 Apr.
8 July
do
9 July
do
16 July
14 Apr.
6
Aug.
Apr.
15
2 Oct.
do
4 Oct.
26 Apr.
15 Oct.
28 Apr.
7 Nov.
3 May
11 Nov.
15 May
22 Feb. 51
17 Jan. 45
do
1 April
1 Feb.
4 April
4 Feb.
6 June
5 April
2 July
do
24 July
do
11 Aug.
10 April
2 Sept.
do
25 Sept.
April
11
17
Nov.
11 Nov.
9 May
30 Nov.
21 May
14 June
30 Dec.
3 Sept.
2 Jan. i
14 Jan.
4 Sept.
7 Oct.

17 Jan.

29 Oct.
3 Feb.
30 Nov.
16 Feb.
12 Dec.
23 Feb.
2G Feb. 46 18 Mar.
April

do
do
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April

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do
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May

5 June

.
.
.

Royal

Years'Serv.

271

Artillery,

Full Half

Pay.

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
10

10

9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9

9
9
9
9
9

Pay.

2nd LIEUT. 1st LIEUT

Second Captains.
William Townsend Barnett
Archibald Edward Harbord Anson

19 June 44
do
Samuel Endcrby Gordon
do
John George Boothby
do
Charles Neville Lovell
do
James Francis Eaton Travers .... 19 Dec.
Hon. Edward Thomas Gage ....
do
Neville Saltren Keats Bayly ....
do
George Barstow
do
George Leslie
do
Audley Mervyn Archdall
do
Robert EmiliusFazakerleyCraufurd 19 June
Charles Wright
19 Dec.
John Everett Thring
do
William Magrath King"^
do
Henry Lambert Fulke Greville
do
Hugh Bent
do
Francis Robert Glanville
do
Henry Jervis White Jervis
do
William Lovelace Dumaresq .... 18 June 45
Gaspard Le Marchant Tupper. .
do
9 Henry Heyman
do

April 46

do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do
do

First Lieutenants.
Armine Dew

do
do
do
do
do

George Sidney Robertson


7
H.B.Dixon Edward Hoste

H.B.Edward Taswell
John Singleton
1
H.B.Wm. Edmund Moyses Reilly .... 18 Dec.
H.B.William Boyd Saunders
do
H.B.Charles Hodgkinson Smith
do
G.c. Henry Terrick Fitz Hugh
do
4 Whaley NicoU Hardy
do
H.B.John Lawrance Bolton
do
do
4 George Henry John Alex. Fraser
H.B.Thomas Lambert
do
6 France James Soady
1 May
H.B.Edward Eldon Robert Dyneley^^
do
12 Fred. Harvey Bathurst Phillips
do
do
2 Joseph Godby
H.B.Dominick Sarsfield Greene
do
Philip Francis Miller
1
do
do
6 William Wigram Barry
do
H.B.George Hatton Colomb
Henry
Harding
do
3 Thomas
do
8 Philip Daves Margesson
do
12 Mervyn Stewart
do
do
6 Aug.
do
4 Alfred Wilkes Drayson
William
Elgee
do
2 Cadwallader
Edmund John Carthew
do
1
do
8 George Harrison Ann Forbes ....
do
Charles Hunter
7
do
H.B.Robert John Hay
do
H.B.Alexander John MacDougall ....
do
3 John Spurway
Young
Craik
....
do
H.B.George Ramsay
do
H.B.Henry Townsend Boultbee
16 Dec.
H.B.John Edward Michell
do
8 George Cicil Henry
do
Thomas Picton AVarlow
do
Philip Bedingfield
do
Spencer Philip John Childers ....
Mytton
do
William Harper
do
Richard Paget Campbell Jones
do
Hen Jermyn Montgomery Campbell
do
Reginald Onslow Fanner
do
Charles Maitland Govau
n. B.James Frederick D'Arley Street
H.B.Archibald Motteux Calvert
H.B.O'Bryen Bellingliam Woolsey .
.

do
do
do
do
do
3
6
13
13
4

April
April
April
April

May

26 May
23 June
8 July
July

46 29
4
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20
9

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Oct.
Oct.

Nov.
do
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do
do
19 Nov.
26 Nov.
28 Nov
Jan. 47
Feb.
15 March
22 April
1
1

28

May
May
May

July

7
7

20 July
27 Sept.

23 Oct.
23 Nov.
24 Nov.
21 Dec.
8 Jan. 48
14 March
1

May

30 May
30 June

CAPTAIN.
6.ruly
9 July
28 .tuly
5 Aug.
18 Aug.
31 Aug.
1

Sept.

27 Sept.
11 Nov.
7 Dec.

31 Dec.

22 Mar.
22 April
19 May
20 May
21 June

22
6
18
22
26
29

July
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.

Nov.

272
Years' Serv.

Royal

Artillery.

VeuM

Years' Serv.

Royal
5
7

9
10
4
G. c.

H. B.
11

12
3

275

Artillery.

Quarter- Masters.
1 Jan. 43.
Robert Eager, 1 April, 44.
Alexander Steele, 1 July, 44.
William Marvin, 10 Sept. 44.
James White, 1 Feb. 46.
James Freeburn, 1 April, 46.
Charles Dunbar, 2 May, 46.
William Elliott, 8 Feb. 47.
George Oliphant, 1 July, 47.
George Clarke, 1 Nov. 48.
William M'Kown,'*' 1 Nov. 48.
Robert Moore, 1 Jan, 49.
Thomas Hassall, 12 April, 50.

William Stoekley, 24 April, 06.


John Surtees Stoekley, 18 Aug. 49
Chpl. liev. Matthew R. Scott, 10 April, 37.
Rev. Walter Melvill Wright, 1 Sept. 60.
Company of Gentlemen Cadets.
Captain. The Master-Gen. of the Ordnance.
2ndCapt.Com. F.Eardley-Wilmot,7Apr.42.
2nd Capt.G. Shaw, 9 April 49.
1st Lieuts.U. T. FitzHugh, 13 April 46.
Sanford Freeling, 30 June 48.
Qr.-ilfa*^William Elliott, 8 Feb. 47.

John Cass,

\st

James NicoU,

Riding Troop.

Geo. Sandham, April 42.


31 July, 35.
Lieut. Henry
Cornet th Hussars, 25 March 28.

Alexander
M'Pherson,!
Lieut.
Jan, 36.

Captain.

April 52.
Veterinary Surgeons.
Charles Percivall, '" 23 April, 18.
1

Philips,

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FIELD TRAIN DEPARTMENT.


Director General of Artillery .1^ Col. Cator, 11 Aug. 62
Assistant Director-General.. ..Lt.-Col. Pickering, 1 April, 52.
Commissary
William Young, 28 Jan. 33.
.

W.

Assistant-Commissary

M. Youug, 23 June

L.

53.

COMMANDING OFFICERS OF ARTILLERY AND ENGINEERS AT HOME


AND ON FOREIGN STATIONS.
GREAT BRITAIN.
Engineers.

Artillery.

Northern
Midland
Eastern .
Kent . .

Medicay
Wales

laaaS Col. Srereton,

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Lt.-Col. Aldrich
Capt. Moody .

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Lieut. -Col. P. England
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Capt. Franklin

Dover
Sheerness

Pembroke
Manchester

Major Twiss
^ Lt.-Col. Ord

....
.

13 Lt.-Col. Blanshard,
Lt.-Col. Streattield
,

Major Crawley
Wojor Burmester
Lt.-Col. Foster
Lieut.-Col. Vicars

London
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Colonel Sir 3. M. F. Smith
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Lt.-Colonel Haultain
Lieut. -Colonel R. Andrews Devonport . ^3 Colonel Ward
Lt.-Colonel Budgcn
Col. Higgins
Lt.-Colonel Alexander
Colonel Fraser
.
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Lt.-Colouel Teesdale . . Leith Fort
^3 Lt.-Colonel Barry .

Exeter

Birmingham
Manchester

York

Lt.-Col. Eyre

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Edinburgh

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aClCol. T. Dyreley, CB. Dublin
^3 Colonel Emmelt
Limerick
Lt.-Col. Stotherd .
Lt.-Col. Cupjjage
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Porto Bcllo Lt.-Col. Luxmoore
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^35129 Lt.-Col. Warde
Charlemont Lt.-Col. Marlow .
Belfast
do. . Lt.-Col. Sweeting
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Ai-tillery.

1 Lieut. -General Evelegh served the Corunna campaign, and has received the War Medal
with one clasp for Sahugun and Benevente.
3 Lieut.-General Hon. W. H. Gardner accompanied the expedition to Walcheren, and

was present

at the siege

and capture of Flushing.

4 Lieut.-General Walker served on the Continent in 1794 and 5, a7id received three
wounds in the retirement of the army across the Rhine near Arnheim, viz. one severely
through the right arm below the elbow; the others above the elbow, and in the right hip.
5 Lieut.-General Brough was at the capture of St. Lucia in 1796, and that of Guadaloupe
in 1815.
7 Sir Hew Ross served in the Peninsula and France from 9th June, 1809 to Feb. 1814,
including the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, actions of Pombal, Redinha (wounded in
the shoulder), Casal Nova, Foz d'Arouce (wounded in the leg), and Sabugal; battle of
Fuentes d'Onor, action of Aldea de Ponte, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, (dangerously
wounded in the head) action at Castrajon, capture of forts at and battle of Salamanca, cap;

ture of Madrid and the Retiro, affairs of San Munoz and San Milan, battles of Vittoria, and
the Pyrenees from 2Gtli to 30th July, passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive; battle
near Bayonne, 13 Dec. 1813. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the
battle of Waterloo.
Sir Hew has received the gold Cross and two clasps for Busaco, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive ; and tlie silver War Medal with three clasps
for Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Pyrenees.
9 Major-General Paterson served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; and at Walcheren in 1809.
10 Major-General Oliver served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the action on
landing, 8th March, and battles of 13th and 21st March.
Present at the siege of Flushing.

Medal

for services in

Egypt.

12 Major-General Campbell served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions
of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, capture of Rosetta, several affairs on the march to, and
capture of Cairo, and afterwards at the capture of Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt.
13 Major-General Turner was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. Served
also in the Peninsula from Dec. 1813 to the end of the war, including the battles of Orthes
and Toulouse, and the affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes. He has received the gold Medal
and one clasp for Orthes and Toulouse.
14 Sir Robert Gardiner's services:
capture of Minorca in 1798; campaign in Portugal
and Spain, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna; expedition to Walcheren ;
Peninsular campaigns from early in 1810 to the end of the v/ar in 1814, including the
battle of Barrosa, capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, affair of
Morales, battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse ; campaign of 1815, including the battle
of Waterloo. Sir Robert has received tlie gold Cross and two clasps for Barrosa, Badajoz,
Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse; and the silver War Medal with tliree clasps for
Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna.
15 Colonel Wallace was on board the Phoenix Letter of Marque when she beat off a
French Privateer near Barbadoes in Dec. 1800. Present at the siege of Flushing in 1809 ;
and he commanded the Artillery at the attack of Sackets Harbour, United States, in 1813.
16 Colonel Richard Jones served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of Zuyp,
Hoorn, Egraont, and Limmen. Present at the capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation until 2nd Dec. 1818.
17 Colonel John Edward Jones was employed afloat on board the bombs in 1801 and 02 ;
commanded the artillery on board the Volcano bomb, and was present at the bombardment
of Cronenburgh Castle, battle of Copenhagen, and bombardments of Boulogne under Lord
Nelson.
18 Colonel Hutchesson served in Holland in 1799 ; in the Peninsula and South of France
from March 1813 to July 1814; Belgium and France from May 1815 to Nov. 1818.
19 Colonel Whinyates served in the expedition to the Helder and campaign in
North Holland in 1799; expedition to Madeira in 1801, and to Copenhagen 1807 ; Peninsular campaigns from Feb. 1810 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco and Albuhera ; affairs at Usagre, Aldea de Ponte, and San Munos, attack and defeat of General
Lalleman's cavalry at Ribera, and many other affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815,
and was severely wounded in the left arm at Waterloo. He has received the silver War
Medal with two clasps for Busaco and Albuliera.
20 Colonel John Michell served the campaign in Holland in 1799; in the Peninsula
and South of France from Aug. 1813 to May 1814, including siege of San Sebastian, passage
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, battles of Orthes and Toulouse; in America from May
1814 to May 1815, including the attack of Washington, Baltimore, and Mew Orleans, and
other operations on the coast. Attached to the Prussian army in reducing the fortresses in
the Netherlands.
He has received the gold Medal and one clasp for Orthes and Toulouse
and the silver War Medal with three clasps for St. Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive.
22 Colonel Cobbe served the campaign in the West Indies in 1801, under Lieut,Gen. Sir Thos. Trigge.
23 Colonel Mercer served in South America in 1807 and 8. Also the campaign of 1815,
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.

PFar Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery.

277

24 Major-Gencral W. G. Power served in Spain, Portugal, and France, from 14th Oct. 1808
June 1814,inchiding tlie battle of Talavera, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded), and
Badajoz, capture of French works at Ahnaraz, reduction of forts at, and battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos (wounded), siege of San Sebastian from 11th July to 8th Sept. 1813,
passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, and the Adour, and the investment of liayonne.
Col. Power led the reserve to the support of the assaulting: party of Fort La Picurina
during the last siege of Badajoz, and the Commandant surrendered to him personally.
Ho
has received the silver War Medal with nine clasps.
25 Colonel Browne served at Walcheren in 1809. Also the campaign of 1815, including
the battle of W^aterloo and taking of Cambray.
26 Colonel Grant served in Hanover in 1805 under Lord Cathcart.
27 Colonel Scott served in the expedition to Walcheren, and was at the siege of Flushing.
Campaign of 1805 in Italy under Sir James Craig;
28 Colonel Dyneley's services:
and that in Calabria in 1806 under Sir John Stuart, including the battle of Maida
and siege of Scylla. Peninsular campaigns from July 1811, to November, 1813, including
the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded in the head), siege of forts at Salamanca (wounded
in the face), heights of St. Christovel, battle of Salamanca, defence of the Bridge of
Simancas, affairs at Morales de Toro and San Munos, battles of Vittoria, and the Pyrenees.
Campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Taken prisoner at Malanahenda near
Madrid, 11th Aug. 1812, when engaged with the rear-guard of Joseph Bonaparte's army;
escaped from the enemy, and rejoined the army the 23rd of the same month. He has received the silver War Medal with five clasps.
29 Colonel Cator served the campaign of Walcheren and siege of Flushing. In the
Peninsula and South of France, from the end of 1809 to the termination of the war in
1814, including the defence of Cadiz, lines at Torres Vedras and at Santarem, battle of
Barrosa (wounded), affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, passage of the Bidassoa, and at the attack of Bidassoa by the French, battles of Nivelle and Nive, and four days'
engagements in front of Bayonne. He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps.
31 Colonel Crawford served in a bomb vessel on the coast of France in 1804 and
5; in the lines in front of Sobral in Portugal, in 1809; with the army in Sicily in 1811, 12,
and 13 at the capture of Genoa in 1814; and subsequently in the American War, including the battle of Bladensburg, and capture of Washington, and engagements before New
Orleans, on 1st and 3rd Jan. 1815.
Expedition to Naples, Dec. 1805, and sub32 Colonel H. W. Gordon's services:
sequent occupation of Sicily battle of Maida, and attack and surrender of the Rock of
He has received tiie silver War Medal with one clasp for Maida.
Scylla, 180G.
Campaigns of 1809 and 10, in India; expedition to
33 Sir Wm. Colebrooke's services
Java in 1811, including the action of Weltyvreden, in batteries before Cornells (until
wounded in the groin 22d August), and the siege and capture of Jokjakarta. Expedition
campaign of 1817 and 18, in India, against the Pindarrees
to Palembang, in Sumatra, 1813
and Mahrattas; campaign of 1818 and 19 in Southern India. Present also at the sieges of
Ras-el-Kyhma and Zaya, Arab fortresses. Sir William has received the silver War Medal
with one clasp for Java.
34 Colonel W. D. Jones served with the Anglo-Russian expedition to Naples in
1805 present at the attack and capture of Reggio Castle, in Calabria, in 1806; expedition
in charge of the division of Mortar-Boats forming part of the Angloto Egypt in 1807
Sicilian Flotilla prepared by Sir John Murray, and opposed in ahnost daily skirmishes with
the batteries and Flotilla of Murat, King of Naples, in the Faro of Messina, the whole of
to 4th

the

summer

of 1810.

35 Colonel Dundas was at the siege of Flushing in 1809; at Cadiz in 1810 and 11;
detached from Cadiz to Tarragona in 1811 wounded in right ankle at Ciudad Rodi'igo, and
most severely and dangerously at Badajoz, left arm amputated, left thigh dislocated, and
hip bone shattered. He has received the silver War Medal with two clasps for Ciudad
Rodrigo and Badajoz.
37 Colonel Wylde served in Holland in 1813 and 14, and commanded a battery before
Antwerp and at the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Was attached to the Horse Artillery with
In April 1834, succeeded Lord Wiiliani Uujsell as
the Army of Occupation in France.
Mditary Commissioner at the head-quarters of Don Pedro's army in Portugal, aud continued with them until the Convention of Evora Monte; and subsequently from Nov. 1834
to 1840 at the head-quarters of the Spanisli Army, and in all the general actions during
that period, includiug the raising of the siege of Bilboa, for which he received the thanks of
In Portugal, again, in 1846, during the civil war, and signed the Conthe Spanish Cortes.
;

vention of Oporto.
38 Colonel C. E. Gordon served in the Peninsula and France from May 1813 to
the end of the war, including defence of Cadiz, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the
Bidassoa, and Nivelle, actions in front of Bayonne (10th to 13th Dec), battle of Orthes,
occupation of Bourdeaux, subsequent affairs on the Dordogne, and investment of the
fortress of Blaye.
He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps.
39 Colonel Maclachlan served in Spain in 1813 and 14.
40 Major-General Macdonald was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1836, and
proceededfrom thence on the expedition to Buenos Ayres, where he was twice severely wounded

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278

JVar Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery.

and taken prisoner; served in tlie Peninsula and South of France, from June, 1809, to
July, 1814, including the battles of the Coa and Busaco, affairs of Redinha, Pombal, Condeixa, and Foz d'Arouce ; battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca, affair of San Munos,
battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Pyrenees, affairs of the Gave
d'Oleron and Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including
the battle of Waterloo (severely wounded), and capture of Paris. He has received the silver
War Medal with eight clasps.
41 Colonel Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and commanded the batteries at the siege of Fort Erie in August and September.
42 Colonel Chalmer served on the expedition to Walcheren, and was present at the
siege of Flusliing.
43 Colonel Chesney was employed, from 1829 to 1832, in examining the principal
parts of Western Asia ; during which time, assisted only by a few Arabs, he descended
the river Euphrates upon a Raft and his reports to Government led to a Parliamentary
vote to extend our commercial relations in that quarter, and open a communication with
India through Arabia. His Majesty, through the Duke of Wellington, having conferred
on him the rank of Colonel on a particular service, he sailed early in 1835 with a detachment of artillery, another of sappers, a proportion of seamen, and thirteen military and
naval officers ; with whose assistance Colonel Chesney accomplished the extraordinary
achievement of transporting two iron steam vessels across Syria, and floating them in a
perfect state on the Upper Euphrates, not very far from Aleppo.
In the early part of the
navigation thus commenced, a fearful hurricane carried the smaller vessel and twenty of
her men to the bottom. Colonel Chesney and eight others being saved by swimming. The
commander, however, persevered and in the remaining vessel he not only completed the
surveys of the river Euphrates, Tigris, and Kareen, but continued the undertaking until it
was turned over in the following year to the East India Company. His late Majesty
warmly approved of the intrepidity manifested in continuing the service after the calami,
tons loss of one-half of his force, and the brevet rank of Major was bestowed on him by
the King, which was followed by that of Lieut. -Colonel by command of the Queen.
44 Colonel Bell's services: Capture of the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix in 1807 ;
siege of fort Desaix, Martinique ; capture of Les Saintes, near Guadaloupe, and bombardment
and driving from the anchorage the French fleet in 1809; capture of Guadaloupe and adjacent islands in 1810. Served in the Peninsula and France from July 1813 to July 1814,
including the passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and four days' engagements near
Bayonne ; passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, affairs at Yic Bigorre, and Tarbes
passage of the Garonne, and subsequent operations to the battle of Toulouse where he was
slightly wounded.
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras
and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has received the silver War Medal with five clasps.
46 Colonel Grantham served at the defence of Cadiz.
47 Colonel Brereton served in Spain, France, and the Netherlands, from December,
1809 to June, 1815, and was present at the defence of Cadiz and of Fort Matagorda
(wounded), the Artillery of which last place he commanded. He served in the batteries at
the siege of San Sebastian; was present in the battles of Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria, the
Pyrenees, Orthes, T mlouse, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo (severely wounded), actions on
the retreat from Buigus, at San Munos, near Salamanca, Helette, St. Palais, Sauveterre,
He commanded a Division, as second in command, of tlie expedition
Aire, and Tarbes.
under Major-General D'Aguilar which assaulted and took the Forts of the Bocca Tigris
in the Canton River, those of the Staked Barrier, and of the City of Canton, spiking 879
pieces of heavy ordnance.
He has received the silver War Medal with six clasps.
48 Lt.-Col. England served the expedition to the Weser in 1 805 and 6 ; to the Cape of Good
Hope and South America in 1806 and 7 ; campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including the
battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebastian, for which he has received the silver War Medal
;

with two clasps.

49 Lt.-Col. Whitty was present at the reduction of the Danish Islands in the West Indies
in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloupe in 1810, and of Paris in 1815.
50 Lt.-Col. Sweeting served the whole of the Kandian campaign in Ceylon.
62 Lt.-Col. Dalton served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing.
53 Lt.-Col. Hardinge served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1812, to the end of the war in
1814, including the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, battles of Orthes and Toulouse,
affairs at Osma,.Tolosa, Bidassoa and Tarbes.
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was
present at Ligny, and Quatre Bras. He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps.
Gordon
Higgins
commanded the Royal Artillery in the Syrian campaign
54 Colonel
from August 1840 to the evacuation of that country in Dec. 1841 (Medal), and was present
at the bombardment and capture of Boyrout and of St. Jean d'Acre.
55 Lt. Col. Strangways served the campaign of 1813 and 14 in Germany, including the
battle of Goerde IGth Sept. and Leipsic 16th, ISth, and 19th Oct. 1813, for which the
Swedish order of the sword was conferred on him, he having commanded the Rocket Troop
Served also the campaign of 1815,
after the death of Major Bogue killed in action.
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded.
56 Lt.-Col. Eyre's services : Expedition to Portugal and occupation of Lisbon, in 1808 ;
advance upon Madrid and retreat to Corunna, in 1808-9 ; affair at Lugo and battle of

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Corunna, forVhich he has received the silver War Medal with one clasp. Eighteen years
continued service in tlie West Indies, from Oct. 1810 to April 1828.
Siege and capture of Flushing, and the subsequent
57 Lt. -Colonel Anderson's services:
oj)eratioiis in 1809; Bombardment of Antwerp, also previous and subsequent operations,
in 1813 and 1814; campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and captures of
Cambray and Paris.
58 Lt. -Colonel Armstrong served at Walcheren in 1809 and in Canada from May 1810
to July 1815, Including the capture of a detachment on River Raisin, the cutting out of an
enemy's vessel when in command of a gun-boat at Prescott, at Fort Erie during a cannonade
of 17 hours at the loss of Fort George, actions at Stoney Creek, and Black Rock, investment of Fort George, capture of Fort Niagara, Black Rock, and town of Buffalo, action at
Streets Creek, and Chipjjawa, and at the siege of Fort Erie under an almost constant fire
iot about five weeks.
Slightly wounded at Fort George, 27th May 1813.
60 Lt. -Colonel Furneaux served in tlic Peninsula from Oct. 1810 to April 1813, and was
with the covering army at the siege of Badajoz.
61 Lt.-Cnl. Warde was present at the defence of Cadiz and at the battle of Waterloo.
62 Lt.-Col. Ingilby served in the Peninsula from July 1810 to Jan. 1813, including the
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Forts of Salamanca (wounded), and Burgos; and the battles
of Busaco, Fuentcs il'Onor, and Salamanca. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was

present at the battle of Waterloo.


He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps.
63 Lt.-Col. Cater served in the Peninsula from April 1810, to Jan. 1814, including the
defence of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, and siege of Tarragona. Served also the campaign of
1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and taking of Cambray and Paris. He has received
the silver War Jledal with one clasp for Barrosa.
64 Lieut.-Col. Pester was present at the defence of Cadiz, and at the battle of Barrosa,
where he was severely wounded.
He has received the silver War Medal with one clasp for
Barrosa.
65 Lt.-Col. Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, from March 1813 to June
1 814, including the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa, and battles
of the Nivelle, jVive, Ortlics, and Toulouse.
Served also the campaign of 1816^ including
tlie battle of Waterloo.
He has received the silver War Medal with six clasps.
66 Lt.-Col. Palliser served in the Peninsula and France, from November 1812 to May
1814, including the siege of San Sebastian, and battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse, for
which he has received the silver War Medal with four clasps. Served subsequently in the
American AVar, including the battles of Bladensburg, and Baltimore, and operations before
New Orleans.
67 Lt.-Col. J. A. Wilson served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo
and capture of Paris.
70 Lt.-Col. R. G. B. Wilson served in Holland, Belgium, and France, from December
1813 tc January 1816, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
71 Lt.-Col. Cuppage served in the Peninsula and France, from February to August 1814,
and was present at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of
1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
73 Lt.-Col. Griftln served before Genoa in 1814.
74 Lieut. -Colonel Dupuis was employed on the North Coast of Spain from 1838 to 1839.
75 Lt.-Col. Burnaliy commanded tlie Royal Artillery on the Eastern Frontier, Cape of
Good Hope, during the Kaffir war of 184G-7, and for this I'cceived the Brevet rank of Major.
He also commanded the Royal Artillery on the Eastern Frontier from the breaking out of
the war in Dec. 1850 until July 1852, and was appointed commandant of Graham's Town,
with theDistrictof Lower Albany; for services in this war he got the Brevet rank of Lieut.Colonel.
77 Capt. E. W. Crofton served in Spain during the Christine and Carlist War in 1837
and 1838, and was taken prisoner by the Carlists.
79 Capt. Levinge commanded the Royal Artillery during the whole of the Kaffir campaign under Sir Benjamin D'Urban in 1835, and was several times mentioned in General
Orders.
80 Major Rowan served the Syrian campaign (Medal).
81 Capt. Freese served on the China Expedition, and was slightly wounded at Chin
Kiang Foo.
87 Major Young served on the north coast of Spain from January 1838 to August
1840, and was present in all the affairs and operations that took place from Jan. 1838 to
the conclusion of the war in front of San Sebastian; and also at the camp of Paz y Fueros
on the Bidassoa in Dec. 1838 and Jan. 1839. Also in the operations on the Yang-tseKiang in China, including the storm and capture of Chin Kiang Foo he was also present
at the demonstration before Nankin.
Again served during the operations in Kaffraria in
1847 to the conclusion of the war, as military secretary and aide-de-camp to Sir Henry
Pottinger, II. M. High Commissioner and Governor,
89 Major the Honourable R. C. II. Spencer served throughout the whole of the operations in China, and was present at the destruction of the batteries of Amoy, in H. M. S.
Blonde, in 1840 ; at the capture of the forts of the Bocca Tigris, and subsequent operations
in the Canton River; at the storm and capture of the heights of Canton ; attack and
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Amoy, Chiisan (second operation), Chinliae, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae,


and Cliin Kiang Foo, and demonstration before Nankin.
90 Major the Hon. G. T. Devereux served in the Kaffir war of 1852 was present at the
engagement with the Basuto tribes at Berea 2Uth Dec, and was named in the otticial

captures of

despatch.
91 Capt. John Turner was present at tlie capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1842.
93 Capt. Anderson served in the operations in the Yiang-tse-Kiang in China, including the storm and capture of Chin Kiang Foo. He was also present at the demonstration before Nankin.
94 Capt. King served during the Kaffir war of 1846, from April to Nov. of that year,
and commanded tlie Artillery at the attack of Fort Peddie.
96 Lieut. Dyneley commanded the Royal Artillery in the action with and defeat of the
rebel Boers atBloem Plaats (South Africa) 29th Aug. 1848.
98 Lieut. Field served in the Kaffir war of 1851-2.
122 Quarter-Master M'Kown served in the Pininsula from August 1808 to Feb. 1809,
and was present at Roleia, Vimiera, and the retreat to Corunna. He served again in the
Peninsula from April 1811 to May 181 4, and was present at Badajoz in 1811 and also in 1812,
when he was injured by the blowing up of a cartouch. He was also at Salamanca, Burgos,
Vittoria, St. Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nlve, and Bayonne.
Subsequently
he served in the American War, and was present at Washington, Baltimore, New Orleans
(wounded in the head 1st Jan. 1815), Fort Bowyer, and Mobile Point. He served also the
campaign of 1815. and was present at the taking of Maubeuge, Phillipville, and Rocroy.
He has received the silver War Medal with nine clasps.
123 Mr. Percivall served in the East Indies with the 11th Lt. Dragoons, and was present
at the siege and capture of Bhurtporein 1825-6.

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John S. Hawkins
James Holt Freeth
Charles Duesbery Robertson

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Frederick E. Chapman

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Thomas Fenwick
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Spencer Westmacott

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Charles Acton Broke

William Collier Menzies


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John Ycrhiiry Moggridge


Francis Koe
John Gordon Jcrvois
Henry Whatley Tyler
John Cromio Blackwood De Butts
Walter Samuel Stace
Gwavas Speedwell Tilly
Edward Stanton
Charles Cornwallis Chesney
Edward Charles De Moleyns
Louis John Aniadee Armit
Charles Brisbane Ewart
Charles B. P. N. H. Nugent
Edward Belfield
Hon. George Wrottesley
St. Andrew St. John
Edward C. A. Gordon
Whitworth Porter
John J, Wilson
George F. Dawson
Gustavus St. John Crofton
Joshua Henry Smith
Anthony Reynolds Vyvyan Crease

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Herbert Taylor Siborne


Charles Style Akers

Berdoe Amherst Wilkinson


Lothian Nicholson
George Edmond Lushington Walker

James Thomas Burke

Edward Cox

Sidney Baynton Farrell


Charles William Barry
Charles Herbert Sedley
William Francis Lambert
Richard Warren
H ugh Williams

Hon. John James Bury


Richard Hugh Stotherd
William Hatt Noble

Augustus Jonathan Gierke


Charles Augustus Rice
Charles John Fowler
Alexander Ross Clarke
Edward Bainbrigge

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George Ranken

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Frederic Brine
Arthur A'Court Fisher
George Montague Stopford
Edward Bridge
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