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3d served in that en pacity till the evacuation of the Crimea (Metlal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of

Lepon of Honor, sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the several campaigns in New lained from 27th Jan. 1864 to 1866, including the actions au Kangiaohia, Nukumaru (mentioned in despatches), 4 Xakaramex-in command of the goth Regt. (Medal). * Colonel R. Preston served with the 44th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaigu of 1854-55, including the

of Alms and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupation of the Ceinetery on the 18th

ledal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, sth Class of the Niedjidlie, and frosh Medal). Served also the campaign of 1860 in North China up to 25th August, and was present at the

of Sinho, and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal witb Clasp). * Colonel Warren served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma w diere of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the and Battalion during the whole of its service in the suppression of the Indian inutiny, including the netine at Cawn pore and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). Eibarked for the Gold Coast in comnant of IDE 04 Battalion Rifle Brigade and served thronghout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, including the heille of Anoaful, battles of Urdahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times mentined in despatches, CB., Medal 1.) Casp).

Clonel Vacher served throughout the Enstern campaign of 1854-53, with the 33rd Regiment in the campaign ef rey antil November, when he was appointed Assistant Engineer, right attack, and served in the Trenches until Ferary 1855, when he was transferred to the General Staff, and held the appointment of D A.Q.M. General at HQuarters dariog the remainder of the war, and present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Selo (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mecljidie, 824 Turkish ledal). * Colonel J. H. Rocke served with the 2nd Queen's Royals in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Modal). Served with the 15th Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 1863-66; commanded a Wing of the 2nd Battalion at the affairs at Patnar on 25th and 26th Jan, 186; (mentioned in despiutches); and commanded the aud Battalion at the capture atte Putabi Pah on the 7th Jan. 1866 (mentioned in general orilers, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). * Conel W. P. Collingwood served with the 37th Regiment in the rebeilion of 1848 in Ceylon. Served with the Prilier in the Crimea frum 11th July 1835, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, also the expedition to Kuntourn (Mental with Clasp, and Turkish Medal); from Nov. 18 5 to Nov. 1856 he commanded a Battalion of the lei Transport Corps. Commanded the troops on board the Spartan steamer when wrecked on the Dog Rocks,

of Africa, on sth July 1856, on returning from the Crimea, and for his services throughout this trying occato be received the Brevet rank of Major--Lord Panmure, the War Minister, expressiog his approbation, as did Ex H.R.H. the Commander in Chief, of the conduct of the officers and men, as being highly honourable to them; od Colonel M.Murdo, Director Geueral of the Land Transport Corps, in a general order,"desire to express to Curtain Collingwood and tEose he commanded the pride he telt in transmitting for the information of H.R.H. the (amander in Chief, the proofs given of the high courage and discipline which animated all ranks on that fearful Light, and which were rewarded by the safe rescue of all from their perilous situation.” Proceeded to South Atra in February 1879 in command of the and Battalion Scots Fusiliers, and commanded the 2nd Brigade of ale asi Division during the latter part of the Zulu war (CMG., Medal with Clasp). Carried out satisfactorily the transfer of his Battalion from the steamship City of Paris when wrecked on entering Simon's Bay on the 21st of Mareb 1370

* Corte cel R. Mockler served with the 64th Regiment in the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm and capture of Reshire, surronder of Bushire, and night attack and battle of Kooshalı-severely wounded by Tuah (ledal with Clasp). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the actions of Kalee Nuddce kar) Kerberoulie, Bareilly, Shabjehanpore, Bunnai, and Mohondie (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Store Dickins served with the 20th Regiment in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855, including the siege and Sailor Slacadol; was also presentatthe captureof Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish We all, ferred in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and SultanBici. Nego and capture of Lucknow, subsequent operations in Oude, and atlair of Méangunge mentioned in kalebes Brevet' of Major, Medal with Clasp).

le! H. R. L. Newdigate landed in the Crimea with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and was present at the testle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, Helt 72 the action of Cawnpore, and capture of Lucknow; and with Ross' Camel Corps at the capture of Calpee and operations in Central India (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps).

* Conde Godfrey Clerk served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian mutiny, and was present at the Alumbagh anul tehei o Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp).

Colonel C. A. S. Dickins sorved the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 19th July 1855 with the 38th Regt., pending the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol; with Volunteer Sharpshooters from 17th Otu to zyth Nov. ; repulse of a sortio on 2180 Dec.; commanded the Light Company in the attack of the Chietery on the 19th June; was severely wounded in the advanced Trenches on the 2nd July (Medal with three (lasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign, and was present in the engagements of Meangunge, Lucknow, Barsee, and Nuggar (Medal with Clasp). * Colonel J. B. Edwards served in the Crimea from 14th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the keks of Sebastopol (Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-59, and commanded a Company of the Mussa Enviveers throughout the campaign in Central India under Sir Hugh Rose ; present at the siege and storm

Chandairee (commanded the ladder party at the assault, mentioned in despatches), siege and storming of non directed the only two successful columns of assault), actions of the Betwah and Koouch (mentioned in despatches), actions before Calpee from the 15th to the 21st May, action of Goolowlee on 22nd May, in which he Epported with his Company a portion of the 25th Bombay Native Infantry which had been driven back by overprwermg numbers (specially mentioned in Sir Hugh Rose's despatch for "prompt resolution in charging most

eres fally the very superior force of the rebels, routing them with loss, and pursuing them till out of reach”), captate of Calpee, action before and capture of Gwalior. Served as Commanding Engineer with Colonel Liddell's Gluten in Buridlekund in August, September and October 1858, and also with Colonel Meade's Column in Central

tia in Pebruary, March and April 1859, clearing the jungles and in the pursuit and capture of Tantia Topee (Maial with Clasp, and Brevet of Major).

* Colonel R. C. Whitehead served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 20th Nov. 1854, including the Stepe and fall of Sebastopol, and was of the storming party at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September-mensabied in despatches for distinguished conduct” (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Modjidie, and Turkish Medal). camanded the 58th Foot in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Clundi (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp).

* Colinel W. W. Lynch served in Persia with the Scinde Horse in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Joined Havelock's rice on its first taking the field in India, and was present in every action fought by that column (horse killed Oder bim at Cawapore). Appointer to the command of a troop of Volunteer Cavalry after

the recapture of Cawnpere, and subsequently served as second in command of the Volunteer Cavalry with the Oude Field Force, and

present in ali the actions fought by that force until the relief of Lucknow on the 25th Sept. 1857, and defence the Residency until its final relief on the 24th Nov. following by Lord Clyde (severely wounded, thanked by the Stiernor General in Council, mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and grant of a year's

in for Lucknow). Mentioned in Horse Guards General Orders" for conspicuous and praiseworthy conduct" at Beranada dering the epidemic of yellow fever in 1864,

when he was for some months in command of his Battalion. Colonel William Stirling served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Balranac and M.Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol,

repaize of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served as Brigade

Major of Artillery with Rajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on March 1858 (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in 1860, and was present at Simbo, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp).

Colonel H. G. De la Fosse served in the Artillery at the siege of Cawnpore in 1857 under Major General Sir Hugbo M. Wheeler (mentioned in despatches and allowed

to reckon one year's extra service). Served in the Artilbery with the Force under Major Generals Havelock and Outram, and present at the crossing into Oude, actions of

Mungarwar and Alumbagh, and entry into Lucknow; commanded two guns in an advance piquet during the subsequent defence of the Residency; present at the retaking of Cawnporo (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of the Governor General in Council, Medal with two Clasps, a year's extra service). Served with the Sikkim Field Force as Staff Officer under Colonel Gawler in 1861 (mentioned in despatches, received the approbation of the Governor General in Council). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Uınbeyla (mentioned iu despotches, Medal with Clasp).

97 Colonel G. D. Barker served with the 78th Highlanders in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack and battle of Koosbab, bombardment of Mohumrah, and expedition to Ahwaz (Medal with Clasp). Served in Bengal with Havelock's Column from its first tiking the field in 1857, including the actions of Futtebpore, Aouny, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawopore, Onao, Buseerutgunge (first and second), Boorheakechowkte, and the several actions leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency or Lucknow and subsequent defence, including several sorties (woundedly with Outram's Force at Alumbagb, incluuing the repulse of the numerous attacks, and in the operatious ending in the final capture of Lucknow, where he officiated as D.A.Q.M. General, ist Division, and was mentioned in despatches; the Rohilcund campaign in 1858, and capture of Bareilly (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, and a year's service for Lucknow).

98 Colonel Swindley served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal), and was at the action of the Berea. Also the Eastern campaign from gth May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, operations near Eupatoria under General D'Allonville, and cominanded General Simpson's escort in the Crimea (Medal with Cla-p and Turkish Medal). Also the Indian campaign of 1858-59 with the Saugor and Nerbudda field force, including the actions of Jeegunge, Kubrai, and Banda (Medal).

99 Colonel Carden served with the 77th Regt. in the Crimea from the 27th Dec. 1854, including the siegeand fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 5th Fusiliers in the lucian carpaign in 1857" 58, including the defence of the Alumbagh in Oct. and Nov., relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyile, defence of the Alunbagh by Outram, capture of Lucknow, and campaign in Oude (Medal with two ('lasps, and grant of a year's service).

100 Colonel G. N. Fendall served with the 53rd Regiment against the hill tribes on the Peshawur Frontier in 1851-52 (Medal with Clasp). Also the Indian campaign of 1857–59, including the actions of Chutra, Gopalgunge, Khodagunge, and entry into Futtehpore, and affair of Shumshabad; served as Brigade Major at the assault aud capture of Meangunge, and also at the siege and capture of Lucknow, after which he officiated as D.A. Quarter Master General at Lucknow until the close of the rebellion in Oude (mentioned in despatehes, Breret of Major, Medal with Clasp).

101 Colonel C. Blewitt served with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war of 1863-65 (mentioned is despatches, Medal).

102 Colonel T. L. Bell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 28th Regiment, including the battles of Alms and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served as Major of the 6h Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp.)

103 Colonel J. Thompson served throughout the campaign of 1860 in China, including the actions of the 3rd 12th and 14th August, 18th and 21st Sept. (Medal with two Clasps).

10+ Colonel G. F. de Berry served with the 24th Regt, in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah (slightly wounded), and Goojerat (Meral with two Clasps). Served in India during the mutiny of 1857-58; commanded the station of Muree (Punjaub) when attacked by hillmen on the night of 186 Sept. 1857, and during proceedings of the three following days. In Nr.v. 1857 raised, under orders of Sir John Lawrence, at Lahore a Battalion of Sikhs 1200 strong, and proceeded to North-Western Provinces with it in Jan. 1858; was attached to Maxwell's Column and present at engagements at Ooryah and Sheerghurghat and at the taking of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India).

103 Colonel R. B. Montgomery served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, incluring the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clusp; sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).

208 Colonel E, H. Foster served in the Katlir war of 1851-53 (Medal).

107 Colonel A. E. A. Ellis served with the 33rd Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. to 24th May 1855; then as Aide de Camp to Major General Cunynghame at Kertch and elsewhere (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian auxi Turkish Medals).

10 Colonel Henry Cook was present with the zand Regiment in the action of Chinhut zoth June 1857, and throughout the defence of the Lucknow Residency; commanded the outpost at Innes' House during the first part of the siege, and at Sago's House during the latter part commanded tuo sorties, in one of which he took a gun in battery at the head of twenty men, for which he was mentioned in General Inglis despatch as huviug" wighly distinguished himself" (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service).

110 Colonel T. F. Lloyd served with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain attached to the 6th Punjan Infantry against the Mahsood Wuzerces during March, April, and May 1860, and was present at the action of Poluseen, forcing the Burrurruh Pass, taking and burning of their stronghold Makin, and various minor affairs (Medal with Clasp).

Colonel H. P. Montgomery served with the both Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 113 Colonel E. L. Dillon served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Crimean campaign from the zotla Dec. 1854; including the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; yolun eered to rescue from under a heavy fire of grapo shell and musketry seven wounded men who were in the advanced house at the attack of the cemetery and suburbs of Sebastopol on the 18th June 1855, and succeeded in doing so (Medal with Clasz), and Turkish Medal).

11+ Colonel G. F. Herbert served with the 31st Regt. in the Crimea from 22nd May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the oth June and 8th September, and was wounded during the bomb rumeut of 17th June while employed as an Assistant Engineer in throwing up an entrenchment in the b-gun Battery, right attack (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

115 Colonel C. FitzGerald served with ihe 49th Regiment in the Crimea from the 14th Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, capture of the Quarries with the storming party, and assaults of the 'Redan on the 18th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).

118 Colonel R. J. Hughes has the 4th Class of the Medjidie for service with the late Turkish Contingent, and the Turkish Medal.

117 Colonel R. R. Gillespie served throughout the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm and capture of Resnire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, and battle of Kooshab (Medal with Clasp). Served in tbe Egyptian war of 1882

as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General of the 1st Division, and was present at the engagemeut of El Magfar, Tel el-Mahuta, and Kassasin

(9th September), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and 3rd Class of the Osmanieh).

119 Colonel R. W. Hinxman served with the both Rifles in the campaign of 1857 against the mutineers in India from 7th June, incinding the battle

of Budlee ke Serai and taking the Heights before Delhi, the subsequent siege operations, assault and capture of the city, with the final attack on and ocoupation of the palace (Modal with Clasp).

122 Colonel A. H. Stephens served with the Ritle Brigade from 23rd Jan. to 12th April 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and I'urkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign 01 1857-58; including the siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, action of Sundella, and taking of Fort Birwal (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for

the Gold Coast with the 2nd Battulion Rifle Brigade, and served throughont the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, including the battle of Amatul (-lightly wounded,, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Modal with Clasp). 123 Colonel H. Marshall served in the Crimea with the 17th Lancers, subsequent

to the tall or Sebastopol, from the 15th Sept. 1855 until April 1:56. Also in the ludian nutiny campaign in 1857-59, including the pursuit of Tantis Topee.

124 Colonel W. T. Goldsworthy served in Oude with the Volunteer Cavalry of Havelock's column in 1857, and was present at the actions of Oonao and Busseerutgunje, and recapture of Busseerutgunjo; for these services he received throughout the campaign of 1858-59, including the siege of Kotah, reoccupation of Chondeyree, battle of Kotah ko Serai (as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Smith), capture of Gwalior" (as Aide de Camp to Sir Hugh Rose), siege and

trol Powrie, nctions of Koondrye and Boordah as Brigade Major in the Rajpootana Field Force, which ap

can be held from the fall of Gwalior in June 1858 to the end of the war (eight times mentioned in despatches,

. Clasp, and Brevet of Major on attaining the rank of Captain). Served throughout the Abyssinian hetst on the Staff as Brigade Major of Cavalry, and was present at the taking of Magdala (twice mentioned Leuke, Medal, and promoted to Major unattached without purchase).

* Her Owen Tudor Burne served in the Crimea with the 20th Regt. subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the Barch 1360. Also in the Indiau mutiny campaign of 1857-58 as Adjutant of the 20th Regiment and also Bri.

to the Staff of Brigadier Evelegh, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, Avirapture of Lucknow, actions of Mohan, Meeangunge, Poorwah, Hussungunge, Morar Mow, Fort of te, furt Courila and Fort Muisjeedia, Muchleegaon. Kaber Jungles, Fort Dooraha, and final operations in alt 2 : *9) feveral times mentioned in despatches, promoted to an Unattached Company, and Brevet of Major terviewthe field, Madu with Clasp). Appointed in 1861 Military Secretary to Lord Strathnairn, Commander #bd a indi's. Accompavied Lord Strathnairn to England in 1863, and remained on his Staff when Com

the Forces in Ireland. Present during the Fenian disturbances in 1866-67 (received the thinks of the

in lielan). Prvceeded to India in 1868 with the late Earl of Mayo, Viceroy and Governor General, and frih bitn as Private Secretary until his assassina'ion in 1872 (received the thanks of Government for his

promoted to an Unattached Majority, and appointed a CSI.). Breuel H. E. Jerome served with the 19th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operations taste rele tribes in Goojerat, storm and capture of Chundairee - led the storming party, siege and capture

3*, bere uurler a murderous fire he assisted in securing Ensign Secoal, who was severely wounded ***ed in desquatches; also present at the action of Koonch and at the various engagements before Calpee

and dangerousit wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria

red in the Hazam campaign of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Stai with Clasp).

F.d. Treri srvel with the 68th Light Infantry throughout the New Zealand war in 1864-66, was ke a: ide nema uit of the Gate Pah (mentionel in despatches), and acted as a regimental Major in the action of TO), and severely wounded in right wrist while learling tivo Companies of the both into the left of the enemy's **1*2u* bei iu despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal).

isluu serve the Eastern campninn of 1854-55 with the 41st Regiment, including tlic battles of besker, siero und fall of Sevastopol, repulse of the sortie on 26th October, and a-sault of the Redan mit denilenler ( Mecal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Houor, and Turkish Medal). issues . 11. Berestorid joined the Scots Guariis in the Crimea on the 8th Sept. 1855, and was at the fall of

! with one Clasp, aud Turkish Medal).

W. Voeuden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the battles of Liborse shoti, Inkerman, and Tchernya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Furm, and siege of **** 4 bielal with four Clasps, stb Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana in

**T* *a present at the capture of Kotal and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clasp). aku (.tlarke served in the 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the Toptec river in

with the Central India Field Force in 1858. Served also in the New Zealand war of 1861, and was be operations befure Tc Arei. Also during the war in 1963-66, present as Adjutant of the 57th at the haikum mentioned in despatches), and as D.A.Q. M. General from June 1863 to March 1866 in the Province 2., 12 culing the action near Poutoko, capture of the Maori positions at Ahuahu, Kaitake, Mataitawa, and

festius al Warea and Te Puru, and various minor affairs (repeatedly meutioned in despatches, Medal). **** a kit Zain campaign of 1879; commanded the 57th Regiment in ihe engagement at Gingindhlora

patches and relief of Ekowe; afterwarıls coinmanded the 2011 Brigade ist Division, ani suh. *u*uled to the command of “Clarke's Column"-- A force of all arins--formed by Sir Garnet

soiloning objects: the second advance to Ulundi, the captire of King Cetyeuro, the subjngation

m near the Middle Drift of the River Tugela, and the pacitication of Zululandthese objects were esternplislied--thanked in General Orders (mentioned in despatches us having per:ormed ihe duties - we command in the most higbly cflicient inunner,” Brevet of Colouei, CD., Vedal with Clasp). On

Ist the war was appointed Conımındant Gineral of the Colonial Forces in South Africa S.J. East werved with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd September 1855, and was

siege and all of Sebustopol (Melal irith Clasp and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign

*** sverely wounded at Cawnpore on the 26th Norember (Medal). When bcloning to the 41st kevad as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Chittagong column of the Lushai Expeditionary Force

grabione i in despatches, received the banks of the Governor-General iu Council, Medal with Clasp, and kast) Served in the latier part of tho Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Adjutant : uid Quarter lanter lieno.

cestaban the engagement at Ulandi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Jiedal with Clasp). Hein Herivers Buller served with the and Battalion both Ritles coroashout the campaign of 1860 in China

ta (ta»ps). Served with the 1st Baitali yn un the Red River expedition of 1870. Accompanied Sir ! !o the Gold Coast in September 1873. and served as D. A. Avljitant and Quarter Master General

we Inteligence Departinent thrughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74. including the action of Essatil Analizi, aivanced guard engagement at Jarbinbah, battle or Ordalsu (slightly wounded) and

9. Llante Keveral times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, CB., Vedal with Clasp). Served de Tabs at Molyneux Pitch and against Manyanyoba's stronghold (several times mentioned in despatches). Abad, conducted the reconnaissanco before Ulundi, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi de mentioned in despatches, thanked in general Orders, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Ajde de Camp to the

Served in the Boer war of 1881 as Chief of the Stair to Sir **Wrn the local rank of Major General. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in charge of the Intelli

ent, and wils present in the acrion at Kassusin (9th Septeinber), and at the baitle of Tel-el-Kebir ! il derpatches, kiuG., Medal with Clasp, anı zrd Class of the Osmanieh). Senin despatches, Brovet of Major, and Medal).

1,". B. L. Forster served as Aide de Camp to Major General Pract during the New Zealand war of 1860-61 C.H. E. Greme servod in the Indian meiny campaign of 1857-59 as Interprèter to the 2nd Batt. le, and as Assistant Commissary General to Sir Hope Grant's and Sir Alired Horsford's Divisions, and a tle tinal siege of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp).

W. L. Pemberton served with the 6th Ritles in India during the mutiny, and was severely wounded, **tfrigers of left hand, at Cawapore on the 27th Nov. 1837 (Medal). Served in the Zulu war of 1879

note of the two divisions of the colunun rilled ior the reliet of Ekowe, and was present at the action 11.087 and relief of Ekowe (CB., Mecil with Ca-p). **H .. Maclean served in the Ashanti war of 1973-74 as a Special Service Officer (Medal). 69. F. Walker served as Adjutaut of the sth Regiment at the sieve and assault of Delhi (severely

ng repulse of sorties ou yth (horso shot 1464 38th and 23rd July 1857; afterwaris present in the to their and Allighur, battle of Agra, accion O: DUK :)»bi and relief of Lucknow under Lord Clyde,

tani action or the oth Dec. at Cawupore, and action of hnudagung (Medial with two Clusis). ***!! Cia: Quesne served with the 12th Lancers in ladda durmythe mutiny metal). *! 11. kl Barues served in a Local Battalion in the Kallr war of 1846-47 (ledal', was present in severa! * aut se umpanied the expedition into the Tamboua o country. Also served in the Orange River sove

123,10 July 1853 with the Detachment 45th F'out, under Captain l'arish. Served witi the 14th 16. Zaud war of 1860 61 Led). ! W. Buth served with the 95th liegt. the Easteru (sinpaign of 1854, incluling the battles of Alma * Een of debtopol, and sortie on 20th Oct. --wounded in the head in the Trenches 17th Oct. (Metal • f* u Turkish Medal). Serverlin 1859 at the siege and capture oť Awith and Kotah, battle of Koin T! Diez rexulung in the culture of Gwaliut, in recapture of the fortress of Cland tree in May

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143 Colonel E. Harnett served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 14th July, 1855, including the battle of Tchernaya, siege anel fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal),

14* Colonel Wadeson served with the 75th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857 from the outbreak on 12th Mny, including the battle of Budleckeserai, siege operations before Delhi and repulse of sorties on 12th and igth June, and of night attacks on the Camp on 19th and 23rd June, and 14th and 18th July, storming (severely wounderl) and capture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross), 145 Colonel E. T. Shtfner was it the taking of the forts of Lechean' and Tirhol in Oude in June 1858 (Medal).

146 Colonel R. D. Barrett served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 and part of 1855 with the agth Regiment, including the affair of Bulganac, battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, battle of lukerman, and siege of Selina topol-wounded (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Hedjidie, and Turkish Medal).

117 Colonel J. Byron served in the 34th Regiment at the siege or Sebastopol in 1854, and was wounded and taken prisoner in a sortic by the Russians on the night of the 20th December (fedal with Clasp, and Turkish Mestal Served in the Indian cumpaiyn in 1857-58, including actions at Cawnpore under Windhain, siege and captura Lucknow, a reliet' of Azimghur (Vicial with Clasp).

148 Colonel H. A. Ollius served with the 26th Camerouians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (Medal). 119 Colone W. Blyekett served with the gath Regiment in the Peshwar Expeditionary Force on the Euro Froutier udler Sir Sydney Coin in April and Many 1958, and at the affair with the Windostanee families on the Heights of Sittann on the 4th May (Medial with Casps).

150 Colonel. II. B. Feilden serveil with the 38th Regiment in the Eastern cainpaign of 1854. and up to July 1što including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol-wounded (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Vedals,

151 Colonel Hón. R. H. de Montmorency served with the 33rel Régiment in the Crimea in 1855, including the scene awl fall of Sebastopol and attack of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Sarilinian and Turkish Medals). Commanded a Detachment of the 33ril against the rebels, and alter the death of the senior Oficet commander the Dohud Field Force in suppressing the insurgent Blieels in the Rewa Kanta, Guzorat. Served with a Wing of the Regiment at the sic e and occupation of Dwarka, Okamundel. Served in the Abyssinar Earnpaign of 1867-68 (Serial).

153 Colonel W. Arbuthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the siegi and capture of Lucknow and some of the minor affairs of the campaigu (Medal with Claspl. Serveil in the Abyssinian campaign is Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Vapier, and was presents the capture or Magdals mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, und Medal).

158 Colonel W. K. Elles served with the 38th Regt. in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the siege and all Sebastopol, the attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, Kniglits of the legal of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the bustle of Cawapore anel defeat of the Gwalior Contingent on 6th Dec. 1857, cupture of Veenngunge, siege and capture of Lucknun affairs of Barree and Nuggur (Medal with Clasp). Servell in the Hazıra campaign of 1868 and accompanied the expedition to the Black Mountain under Major General Wilde as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (dedal with Olasp).

15* Colone! F. E. Sotheby served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimca from the nth Aug. 1855, including the siege sa fall of Sebastopol and storming of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Server with the 2nd Battalion throughout the whole of its service in the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the capture of Lucknow, and numerous atpirs during the Oude campaign (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the campaigu of 1860 in China, terininating with the surrender of Pukin (Medal with two Clasps). Embarked for the GM Coast with the 2nd Battalion Ritte

Brigade, and served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, inciale ing the battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Claspis

is Colonel R. Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Ailjutiut of the 63rd Regiment, and was presen at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded and horse shot), and siege of Sebastian (edal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal).

136Colonel E. A. Start served at the siege of Sebastopol from 22nd April until severely wounded on 7th Jan 1855 (Medal with Clasp, şth Class of the Medjilie, and Turkish Medal). *Served the campaign of 1300 in Chian including the taking of Šiulio aud Tangku, oceupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (edal with two Clasz

157 Colonel F. Morley served with the Buffs in the campaign of 1860 in China, und was present at the action at Sinbo, and taking of Tangkn and the inner Tutku tort (Meral with Clasp). Also throughout the operations Perak'in 1875-76, including the attack on the camp at Qualla Kangsa, and the expolition against the village of Eunior. Comuanded an independent force of the Buffs and ist Goorhas on thú leit bank of the Perak pres of zoth Junuary 1876 which capturer a stockide, two guns, and two war gongs (Mell with Clusp).

35% Colonel J. s Hand served with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd Sept. 1835, including the seco and fall or Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Serve also in the X.w. Provinces in India in suppressing the musiny in 1857-58, incluiling the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde. defence of Cawupore alt setent of the Gwalior Contingent, action of Kali Nuddee, aut occupation of Futtelyhur; served with the Boyal Artillery at the action of Khunkur during the Rohilcaud campaign, defence of the Jail of Shahje bauporu, a falta of Mahömdee and Shahabad, and action of Bunkaynon (Medal with Clip). Served with the 1st Sikh Cavalry command of a squadron throughout the campair in China in 1860, including the action of Siuho, capture of Tal ku, capture of the Takvo Forts, actions at Chunkiawhan and Tongchow, destruction of the Emperor's Palace and surrender of Pekin Melal with two Claspa). Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign in 1863, attached to the Head Quarters Staff as Director to the Highland Transport Train, and was present at the storming the cuptore of Magdala (twice thankeri by Lord Napier, mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Haur, and Verlal).

19 Colonel J. E. D. Hill served with the 97tli Reyt in the Crimea from the 29th July 1855, including the sicki anu fail of Sebastopol, and was one of the lieutenants of the ladder party at the attack of the Reian on Stu Sopt, w which occasiou he was wounded in the leit hip, and mentioned in despa:ches for " distinguished conduct" (Jela with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

Ti Colonel C. E. Gregorie sersed with the 23r! Fusiliers in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857–38 As Adljutunk nithe azrit Fusihers, and was present at the relief of Lucknow and also at its subsequent capture (Modul with timu Clasps).

161 Colonel W. E. Marsland served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the campaign of 1860 in China, and was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 21st September, also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two (lasps).

162 (blonel Jas. Gunter served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1650 including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served aiso in the campaixo VE 1860 m China; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actiuus oli.ith unul 21st September, also in the advance on Pekin Medal with two Clasps).

16 Colonel John Fryer commanded the Carabiniers throughout the Afghan war of 1879-80. On the 13th January 1880, in command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with leavs loss it large body Vohmuds at Ali Bogban. Commanded the Cavalry in the expertitions under Lt General Bright to the Laughman Valley and against the Wnzeeree Khagianis. On the 5th July 1890, becommunded a force of Carabiniers and the Bengal Cavalry at the attack and destruction of the Chilzai villagosor Narkozi, Arub Keyl, and Jokitu (CB, Meduld

16 Colonel H. E. Glass served with tbe 37th Regiinent in India during the mutiny of 1957-58, and was en caged in the attack on the rebel position near Benares at Atrowlea and Koelst, defence o: Azimuhur und sortie theace proceeded with Brigadier Douglas' Colnmn in pursuit of Koer Singh, and present in the actions of rith and oth April; also with Colonel Turner's Column in Shahabad and Palanon, including the capture of Jujdespore and actions of r7th 18th and 20th October (Medal).

100 Colonel A. 11. Wavell scrred with the 41st Regiment in the Crimen from with July 1855, incluling the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

167 Colonel J. w. Barues served as Licut, ani Adjutant in Major Hogg's Battalion of Native Infantry in the Kafir war of 1046-47; was present in several engagements, accompanied the expeclition into the Tambookie countrs in August, and that over the Kie in Dec. 18.16. Served with the 73rd Regiment in the Katfir war in 1351 (Merindi Server also in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the operations in the Gorrickpore district in 1858, and a the Nepaui irontier in 1859 (Meduli.

Colonel F. G. C. Probart served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 24th Nov. 1854, instadisg the steze and failof Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the ledjidic, and Turkish Verlal). Served

itbe suth Regiment during the Inilan mutint-in Eastern Bengil against the Chittagong Mat neers, and in Ler: Cyde's campaign in Oude in 1855-59 (Medal).

* Colonel T W. Snegil server with the anii Dragoon Guards in the Inilinn campaign in 1858-59, including the a of Nilsserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, subscriuent operations, and action of Koorsee (Hledal with . Colonel R. Whigham served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 2nd Dec. 1854, including the expe:

Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assanlt of the outworks on 18th June Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). a Colonel A. S.VI. Browne served with the Scots Greys in the Crimea from zoth July to ist Sept. and from Oct.

De 1855, iucluling the batile of the Tcheruaya, and siege of Sevastopol (lelal with Clap, and Turkish Nela!

Cotone! C. B. Knowles served with the 77th Rogiinent in the Crimea fro in the nth July 1335, iucluding the size and all of Sebastopol, and was wronnded at the asstrt of the Redun on the 8th September (edai with Clasp,

Turkish Meia!). Commarded the 67th Regiment throu:hout the Afghai war of 1878-80, and was present in e fugirements at Charasial on 5th October 1879 (inentioned in despaiches) and in the operations around Cabul a Lecember 1979, including the engagement at the Asinai IIcights 011 14th December-mentioned in despatches CB. Vertal with to (lasrs).

"3 Colone C. Eccles servei rith the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the Hattat o Alm itarried the Colours) and Ipkerman, şiere and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June 21th September (Meral with three Clasps, 5th Class ofthe Medjillie, and Turkish Medal),

Colone! W. C. Justice served iritli the 75th Regiment during the Indian campaign of 1857, an wes present riesiege of Delhi from 23ru June (in command of the Light Company from 13th Sept.), storm and capture of the et Merlal with Clasp).

Colone: E. D. Faitough served in the Crimean campaign from 19. Jan. to 24th May 1855, as adjutant of the sth Regiment, including the sicge of Sebastopol (vedal with Clasp, and Turkish Jelal). Served also in New in snd during the war in 1863-65 (Medal). Bitno nel W. H. Richaris served with the 55th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1851-55. inciucing

atties of Alma (cnrried the Colours) and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the Redan on Die done and 8th Sept.--wounded, and mentioned in despatches (Vedal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Vje, and Turkish Merlal).

* Pironti W. H. Knight handed with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea on the 21st April 1955, and servou at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and sth Class of the Medjirlie.

A Colonel P. C. Hill landed with the 56th Regiment in the Crimca on the 25th Aug. 1853, served in the trenches at the slege of Sebastopol, and was present at the final assault (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served to in Intia during the mutiny in 1858. 3 Ceme J. M. C. Drake served in the Crimea from Nov. 1854 to May 1855, including the siege of Subastopol Melal aith ('aur, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5ih Clissotho voljilie, and Turkish Vadal).

Come? A. T. G. Pearse served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Setastanci (Volal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, indi Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was pet at the capture of Kotah on zoth March (Jelnl).

ronel H. J. Alderson served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Iskernar, sirge and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with tho siege train, au bombarılments of 17th October, sth Apgai, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish ledal).

iste F. 6. Ravenhill servei in the Crimean caurpuign from April 1835, including the siege and full of Sebasto, ali ist'e of Tchernava (Metiel with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

Crime J. F. D Donnelly served through 'ut the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Critea, see and fall

of Sebastopol ! Meral with Clasps, Kuivht of the Legion of honor. iu Turkish Modul). * Core? T. A. Lav served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, incluling the siege and fall of Sebastown Mendial with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Strved with the expedition to China in 1860, and was present itt ily set as near Tangchow, and surreniler of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served

in the Kafir war of 18,8. Served the Zola nr of 1879. While comidaning the Royal Artillery in South Africa he was appointer Commandant of the mer Turela (listrict in Natal; he prepared ihe column for the relief of Ekowe, commanded one of the two dress the column in the relief of that place, and was present in the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned Carattes, ('B., Jedal with Clasp).

* Colonel I. F. Doties served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, including the siege of Senastopol flertal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

**Core P. G. E. Warren served in the Indian campaign of 1857-53, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Code, bartie of Cawnpore on 6th Dec., and subsequent engagement at the Subadar's Tank ; commanded the Heavy Peres et the stormning of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow; summer campaign in Oudo, and actions

Eartce and Simree; passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, taking of Fort Rehora, and attack on Koelee (comdel the Artillery); also served in the Trans-Gogra campaign, including action of Cherodra, and taking of the

to Vodjedia-commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). stred at [mbeyla in the campaign against the hill tribes in the North-West Frontier of India in 1863, and was best at the storming of the Conical Hill an Lalloo, also at the engagement in the plain of Chumla (mentioned cratches, Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65.

Colonel L L. Brett sirved against the King of Quiah, Western Africa, and commanded a detachment of the

Wext India Regiment at Songo when attacked by the enemy in great force, and whom he repulseci ou 21st Lit. 1861. He has received the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society for saving two persons from drown. Essaman (Brevet of Major, Medal).

at Nem Quay, Cornwall, on the 14th Angust 1867. Served in the Ashanti war, in 1873-74, including the action

Colonel W.D. R. Thickweli serve l with the 39th Regiment in the Crimea from 31st Dec. 1854, including the Medjite, and Turkish Medal).

and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the 18th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class or tha Colonel Thomas Gonne served with the 17th Lancers in India in 1857-59 ; was appointed Acting luterpreter the 17th lancers and Staff Officer to the aud Cavalry Column Malwa Division (mentioned in despatches, liedal), *1 #28 present at the action of Zerapore.

. Colonel A. Cherry served with the goth Light Infantry in India from 12th Aug. 1857 until the epit of thọ million, including the first desence of the Alunbagh, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde as Adiutant ) the 2nd facindent Battali 11, defence of the Alumbagh under Outram and repulse of various attacks, asea ult and capture Lucknow, and subsequent campaign in Oude (Medal with two Clasps, and a year's service). Served with the

Light Iufantry in the Gaika war of 1878, including the operations in the Waterkloof and Perie Bush, and the sement at Taba Iridoda (mentioned in despatches, Brevet o! Lt.Colonel). Also served throughout the Zulu of 1879. an was present in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp): in Colonel W. Butler served in the 69th Regiment with the Field Force which repelled an incursion of Fenians Sarada in May 1870. Served throughout the Ashanti war from the 23rd October 1873,

and was employed as 893 Commissioner to the Western Akims (mentioned in despatches, substantive rank of Major, CB, Medal

sp) served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Hend, Vorrer' a staff, and was present at the engagements of El Mayfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasiu (gth September), at the battle of 'Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, and

Td Class of the Metljidie).

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