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INDIA 1893 - 1902

Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Marshman Havelock-Allan, VC, GCB - killed 30th December 1897
Memorial at Lucknow -
"In memory of Lieut. General Sir Henry Marshman Havelock-Allan Baronet V.C. G.C.B. M.P. son of Major General Sir Henry Havelock of Lucknow K.C.B. Born 6th August 1830. Killed by Afridis in the Khyber Pass 30th December 1897 whilst watching military operations. Fought in Persia the Indian Mutiny and New Zealand. A true soldier, fearless, heroic and devoted to his countrys service. Buried at Rawal Pindi by brave soldiers in a soldiers grave."

Lieutenant Raymond Digby Angelo - 1st Gurkha Rifles - died of wounds - 30th November 1894.
Born at Jubbulpore 1st December 1864. Son of Lt-General John Anthony Angelo (Bengal Artillery). Served Zhob Valley 1884, Burma 1886 (medal and bar). With the Waziri-Afghan Boundary Commission 1894. Their camp near Inzar Kotal was attacked by Waziris 3rd November 1894 and he was shot in the chest. He died at Dera Ismail Khan 30th November.
Grave at Dera Ismail Khan -
"To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Raymond Digby Angelo Lt and Adjt 1st Gurkha Rifles Youngest son of Lieut General J.A. Angelo. Died of wounds received in action at Wano, 30th Novr 1894 aged 29 years."

Lieutenant Arthur Wellesley Bailey - 38th Dogra Regiment - Killed in action at Markhanai 14th September 1897.
Aged 30. Born 30th August 1867. Joined the Timaru Rifles (New Zealand Local Military Forces) as a Lieutenant in 1888. Joined the 2nd Bn. Middlesex Regiment and then the 38th Dogras in 1892. Served in Waziristan (Medal and clasp) and during the Baijaur expedition he was killed during the night attack on the British camp at Markhanai.
Tablet at Christ Church, Nowshera -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain W.E. Tomkins 38th Dogras and Lieutenant A.W. Bailey 38th Dogras who were killed in action at Markhanai in the Watclai valley, Bajaur on the 15th September. also of Lieutenant H.A. Harington 26th Punjab Infantry who was attached to the 38th Dogras and who died at Panjkora on the 29th September 1897 of wounds received in the same action. Erected by their brother officers."

Captain John McDonald Baird - 24th (Punjab) Bengal Infantry - Wounded at Chitral Fort, 3rd March 1895, died 4th March 1895.
Born 12th March 1866. When he was mortally wounded on 3rd March he was saved from being killed and dragged back to the fort by Surgeon-Captain Whitchurch (Indian Medical Service), who won the Victoria Cross for his actions. He died the next day.
Grave at Chitral Fort -
"In memory of Captain J. McD. Baird 24th PI age 29 years who died March 4th 1895 from wounds received in action."

General Baj Singh - Kasmir Imperial Service Troops - killed at Chitral Fort 3rd March 1895.

Lieutenant Frederick Drummond Battye - Corps of Guides Infantry  - Killed in action at Panjkora River 13th April 1895.
The 10th and youngest son of George Wynyard Battye (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Chapra, Bihar 27th May 1847. Served in Jowaki (medal and clasp), Afghanistan 1879-80 (medal and 2 clasps), Hazara 1891 (clasp) and Chitral 1895. On 13th April 1895 the Guides were isolated on a bank of the river Panjkora and attacked, during which Battye was killed.
Grave in Mardan -
"Sacred to the memory of Frederick Drummond Battye Lieutenant-Colonel of the 'Queen's Own' Corps of Guides. Born 27th May 1847 Killed in action near Salo on the Panjkora River while gallantly leading the Infantry of his regiment during the advance on Chitral 13th April 1895. He died a noble death leaving behind him the reputation of being a valiant and skilful soldier; a devoted friend; and under all circumstances faithful unto death."
Tablet in St. Alban's Church, Mardan - "To the memory of Lieut-Colonel Frederick Drummond Battye 2nd in command, Infantry, and Offg. Commandant, 'Queen's Own' Corps of Guides, who was killed while conducting with the utmost gallantry and skill, a retirement of the infantry of the corps before very superior numbers of the enemy, near Sado, on the Panjkora River on April 13th 1895."
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Chelsea, London - "Lieut-Colonel Frederick Drummond Battye, 2nd in command Infantry and Commandant of Guides, who was killed while conducting with the utmost gallantry and skill a retirement of the infantry of the corps before very superior numbers of the enemy, near Sado, on the Panjkora River on April 13th 1895. This tablet and window above it are erected by brother officers and friends."

Lieutenant Richmond Moffat Battye - 6th Bengal Cavalry - Killed in action 1st December 1897.
Born 26 September 1869, son of Major Legh Battye (Bengal Staff Corps). Killed in attack in Chamkani territory. Buried at Parachinar, Kurram Valley.
Grave at Parachinar, Kurram Valley -
"In memory of Lieutenant Richmond Moffat Battye VI PW Bengal Cavalry who was killed in action in the Kurmana Dara December 1st 1897 aged 28 years 2 months & 5 days."

Major Bhikam Singh - 4th (Raghunath) Kashmir Light Infantry - killed at Chitral Fort 3rd March 1895.

Major Richard Dyneley Jennings-Bramley - 1st Gordon Highlanders - Killed in action at Dargai Heights 18th October 1897.
Born 14th February 1859. (His younger brother, Major Alfred Jennings-Bramly, 19th Hussars, was killed in South Africa). Served in Chitral (medal and clasp) and Tirah. Killed at Dargai Heights.
Buried at Kohat -
"In loving memory of Richard Dyneley Jennings-Bramly Major 1st Gordon Highlanders who fell at Dargai on St. Luke's Day 1897 aged 38 years. Faithful unto Death."
Tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Murree - "To the glory of God and in loving memory of Major Richard Dyneley Jennings Bramly, 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders who fell at Dargai on St. Luke's Day, October 18th 1897, aged 38. Erected by his sorrowing wife."
Tablet in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "In Loving Memory of Richard Jennings-Bramly, Major, Gordon Highlanders who was killed in action at Dargai, India 18th October 1897."

Captain James Frederick Browne - Royal Artillery - Killed in action at Maizar 10th June 1897.
Aged 32. Born 14th May 1865. Son of Major-General Sir James Browne, KCSI, CB. (Royal Engineers). Served in Hazara 1888 (medal and clasp) with No.4 (Hazara) Mountain Battery. 1896 commanding No.6 (Bombay) Mountain Battery. In 1897 he escorted the Political Officer to Tochi Valley. At Maizar they were attacked and he was shot in the arm, severing an artery. He died near Sherani 3 hours later.
Buried at Datta Khel, Tochi -
"Captain JF Browne Royal Artillery 10th June 1897."
Memorial in St. Mary's Church, Quetta - "Sacred to the memory of Captain James Frederick Browne, RA. Born 4th May, 1865. Killed in the treacherous attack at Maizar Tochi Valley June 10th 1897. His service on the frontier and in 5 campaigns placed him amongst the foremost young officers in the Mountain Artillery. He did his duty to the last though mortally wounded proving himself a worthy son of his father."


Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Cautley Bunny - 1st Sikh Infantry - Killed in action at Maizar 10th June 1897.
Aged 45. Born at Hoshiarpur, 30th June 1852. Son of Major-General Arthur Bunny, CB (Bengal Artillery). Entered army in 1871. Bengal Staff Corps 1874. Served in Jowaki with 1st Sikh Infantry (medal and clasp), Afghanistan 1878-9 (medal), Waziristan (clasp). Escorted Political Officers to the Tochi Valley and near Datta Khel they were attacked. He was shot in the abdomen and died an hour and half later near Sherani. Grave at Datta Khel, Tochi -
"Lieut. Col. AC Bunny 1st Sikhs 10th June 1897.
Memorial in St. George's Chruch, Bannu - "In memory of Lieut. Colonel Arthur Cautley Bunny. Lieut. Archie James Macaulay Higginson. Surgeon Captn. Christopher Clemens Cassidy who died from wounds received at Maizar, Tochi Valley 10th June 1897. On which occasion every British Officer present with the Force was killed or wounded. These Officers although very dangerously wounded and unable to retire without help remained with their men during the retirement until re-inforcements arrived from Datta Khel. This tablet is erected by their brother officers in admiration of the way they did their duty under trying circumstances."

Surgeon Captain Christopher Clemons Cassidy - Indian Medical Service - Wounded at Maizar, 10th June 1897, died 22nd June 1897.
Born 23rd September 1864. Entered Indian Medical Service, Bengal in 1891. Attached to the 1st Sikh Infantry. At Maizar he was shot in the knee and died on the 22nd. Buried at Datta Khel, Tochi -
"Surgn Capt Cassidy IMS. 22nd June 1897."
Memorial in St. George's Chruch, Bannu - "In memory of Lieut. Colonel Arthur Cautley Bunny. Lieut. Archie James Macaulay Higginson. Surgeon Captn. Christopher Clemens Cassidy who died from wounds received at Maizar, Tochi Valley 10th June 1897. On which occasion every British Officer present with the Force was killed or wounded. These Officers although very dangerously wounded and unable to retire without help remained with their men during the retirement until re-inforcements arrived from Datta Khel. This tablet is erected by their brother officers in admiration of the way they did their duty under trying circumstances."

2nd Lieutenant Henry Cavendish - 3rd Rifle Brigade - Died at Tochi Valley, July 1897.
Aged 22. Son of Lord Waterpark, of Co. Cork. Born 3rd March 1875.

Buried at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Henry Cavendish, Rifle Brigade, eldest son of 4th Baron Waterpark. Born March 3 1875 Died October 22 1897."

Jemadar Chatar Singh - 15th Ludhiana Sikh Regiment - killed in action at Maidan 6th November 1897.

2nd Lieutenant William Clayton Browne-Clayton - 1st Royal West Kent Regt - Killed in action at Gat - 30th September 1897.
Aged 24. Born 29th July 1893. Son of William Browne-Clayton.

Buried at Malakand -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. William Browne-Clayton 1st Bn. The Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt. Killed in action at Aggrah (Bajour) September 30th 1897."

Lieutenant Alfred Temple Crawford - No.8 (Bengal) Mountain Battery, Royal Artillery - Killed in action at Shahi Tangi 16th September 1897.

Lieutenant George Douglas Crooke - Suffolk Regt (att. 1st Dorsetshire Regt) - Killed in action at Tseri Kandao Pass 17th November 1897.
Memorial at St. Marys Church, Bury-St-Edmunds, Suffolk -
"In memory of George Douglas Cooke, Lieutenant the Suffolk Regiment killed in action at Maidan on the NW Frontier of India on the 16th November 1897 aged 32. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Lieutenant Hugh Alexander Cruickshank - No.6 (Bombay) Mountain Battery, Royal Artillery - Killed in action at Maizar - 10th June 1897. Aged 25. Born 20th June 1871. At Maizar he was shot and although wounded, continued at his guns, until shot again and killed.  Buried at Datta Khel, Tochi - "Lieut. H.A. Cruickshank. Royal Artillery. 10th June 1897."

Major Averell Daniell - 1st Punjab Native Infantry  - Killed at Chilas - 5th March 1893.
Born in London, 9th February 1851. Commissioned from Sandhurst in 1871. In 1877 he joined the Bengal Staff Corps. Served in the Afghan War (1879), Zhob Valley expedition (1884), Hazar Field Force (1888), Saman Expedition (1891). Shot in the head leading 2nd Kashmir Rifles at Chilas.
Grave at Chilas -
"In memory of Major Averell Daniell 1st Punjab Infantry, Punjab Frontier Force, killed on this spot when gallantly leading the 2nd Kashmir Rifles (Body Guard Regiment) to an assault on Chilas village on the 5th March 1893."

  Captain Frederick Robert McCrea De Butts - No. 5 (Bombay) Mountain Battery, Royal Artillery - killed in action at Sampagha 29th October 1897.
Memorial at St. Martins Parish Church, Channel Islands -
"In loving memory of Frederick Robert McCrea de Butts, Captain R.A. who fell in command of No. 5 Bombay Mountain Battery at the Sampagha Pass Oct. 29th 1897 and was buried in the Mastura Valley. Erected by his wife."

Subadar Dewa Singh - Kapurthalla Imperial Service Infantry - Killed in action at Karmana Darra 7th November 1897.

Subadar Dharam Singh - 4th Raghunath Kashmir Light Infantry  - Killed in action at Reshan, March 1895.
Awarded Indian Order of Merit (3rd Class).

Lieutenant Thomas Percy Dowdall - 2nd Yorkshire Light Infantry - Killed in action at Shinkamar 29th January 1898.

Captain Cecil Patton Down - Punjab Commission - Wounded at Tutia Khel, Waziristan, 6th January 1902. died 7th January 1902.
Son of Rev. Charles Down. Born 2nd September 1867 near Frome, Somerset. Entered army in 1888. Served as Asst. Superintendent of Army Signalling in Samana (medal and clasp). Served as Asst. Political Officer at Buner 1898 (medal and clasp). He was Political Officer in NWF Province 1901 and on 6th January 1902 he was wounded at Tutia Khel and died the next day.
Grave at Bannu -
"Sacred to the memory of Cecil Patton Down Cap. ISC and Political Officer Tochi. died of wounds received in action in the Shaktu Valley. Born September 2nd 1867. Died January 7th 1902."

Lieutenant Cecil Lerrier Giffard - 1st Northamptonshire Regiment - Killed in action at Maidan 6th November 1897.
Memorial at St. Sampson's Church, Channel Islands -
"In loving memory of Cecil Lerrier Giffard, Lieut. 1st Battn Northamptonshire Regt. Born February 22nd 1868. Killed at Maidan, Northern India, November 6th 1897 during the Tirah Campaign. This tablet was erected by his mother."

Lieutenant Robert Thurstan Greaves - 1st Lancashire Fusiliers - Killed in action at Landakai 17th August 1897.
Born 2nd June 1870. Acting as Correspondent of the 'Times of India' during the Malakand expedition. At Landakai he was riding with the Guides Cavalry when he was shot in the body. When being helped back onto his horse he was shot again and killed.

Buried at Malakand -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Thurstan Greaves Lieutenant the Lancashire Fusiliers, killed in action at Landakai August 18th 1897, aged 27 years. Erected by his brother officers."
Memorial at St. Marys Church, Bury - "In memory of Robert Thurstan Greaves Lieutenant the Lancashire Fusiliers who was killed in action at Landakh North West Frontier of India on the 18th August 1897 aged 27 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a tribute from the regiment."

Lieutenant Reginald Evelyn Atherstone Hales - East Yorkshire Regiment (att. 1st Dorsetshire Regt) - Killed in action at Tseri Kandao Pass 17th November 1897.
Memorial at Beverley Minster, Humberside -
"In memory of Reginald Eveline Atherstone Hales, Lieutenant 1st Batt. East Yorkshire Regiment. Born January 8th 1872. Killed in action Saran-Sar on the night of the 6th November 1897 whilst attached to the 1st Dorset Regiment for duty with the Tirah Expeditionary Force. A week before this action he gallantly saved a wounded soldier's life conveying him whilst under fire to a place of safety. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Lieutenant Harry Durham Hammond - Royal Artillery  - Wounded at the Khyber Pass, 1st January 1898 died of wounds 8th February 1898. Born 18th May 1872, son of Colonel Henry Albany Hammond (Madras Staff Corps). Orderly Officer to Brigadier-General Henry Hammond CB, VC (his uncle), Royal Artillery. In the Bara Valley he was shot in the spine and died at Nowshera on the 8th.
Grave in Mardan Churchyard -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. H.D. Hammond, Royal Artillery. departed this life 8th February 1898."
Memorial in St. Alban's Church, Mardan - "In affectionate memory of Lieut. H.D. Hammond RA who died at Nowshera 8th Feby 1898 from a wound received on 1st Jany 1898 in the Khyber Pass during the Tirah Campaign when Orderley Officer to Brigadier-General A.G. Hammond by whom this tablet is erected. A brave and loved comrade."

Subadar Harditt Singh - 29th Bengal Infantry - Wounded at Umar Raghza, Waziristan, 6th December 1901. died of wounds.

Lieutenant Henry Andrew Harington - 26th Punjab Infantry - Died of wounds at Markhanai - 29th September 1897.
Son of Herbert Harington, Bengal Civil Service. He was born 27th February 1869. After Sandhurst he was commissioned to the 63rd Foot in 1889. In 1892 he joined the Bengal Staff Corps. He was shot in the head during the night attack on the British camp at Markhanai (14th September) and died at Panjoka on the 29th. He was buried at Malakand.
Tablet at Christ Church, Nowshera -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain W.E. Tomkins 38th Dogras and Lieutenant A.W. Bailey 38th Dogras who were killed in action at Markhanai in the Watclai valley, Bajaur on the 15th September. also of Lieutenant H.A. Harington 26th Punjab Infantry who was attached to the 38th Dogras and who died at Panjkora on the 29th September 1897 of wounds received in the same action. Erected by their brother officers."

Lieutenant-Colonel John Haughton - 36th Sikh Infantry - Killed in action at Shinkamar - 29th January 1898.
Born at Doranda, Chota Nagpur, 22nd August 1852. Son of Lieutenant-General John Haughton, CSI (Bengal Staff Corps).
Buried at Taikal cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. Col. John Haughton Commandant 36th Sikhs Killed in action at the Shin Kamar Pass Bara Valley, Tirah on the 29th January 1898 Aged 46 years. Erected by his brother officers of the 35th and 36th Sikhs in token of their regard for him as a true gentleman and a gallant soldier."

Lieutenant John Arthur Campbell Hennessey - 45th Rattrays Sikhs - Killed near Jandola 23rd October 1900.
Born at Mussoorie 17th October 1879. Son of John B.N. Hennessey, Deputy Superintendent, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India. Killed during an engagement with raiders at the Shuza Tangi, near Jandola.
Grave at Dera Ismail Khan -
"In memory of John Arthur Campbell Hennessey Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps, double company officer 45th (Rattrays) Sikhs; only son of John B.N. Hennessey (Survey of India) and Eliza his wife; who while gallantly leading his men in action against Mahsud Waziris near Jandola, N.W. Frontier, fell, in the flower of youth, mortally wounded, and died instantly; 23rd October 1900; only 21 years of age. A devoted and daring soldier, his career, though short, gave high promise of success and distinction and, God fearing, most loving and dearly loved, he was a treasured son, whose untimely death, lamented beyond earthly solace, is yet softened by cherished memories of his sterling and rare worth, and by steadfast hope of joining him in his eternal home."

Major Devereux Walter Hickman - 34th Bengal Pioneers  - Killed in action at Sultan Khel, Khyber Pass 3rd January 1898.
Born 3rd August 1857. Shot through the heart at Sultan Khel, near Landi Kotal. Buried at Jhelum.
Tablet in St. Paul's Curch, Ambala -
"In memory of my beloved husband Devereux Walter Hickman, Major 34th Pioneers, formerly D.A.A.G. Umbala who was killed in action during the Tirah Campaign near Landi Kotal, on January 3rd 1898, aged 40 years."

Lieutenant Archibald James Macauley Higginson, DSO - 1st Sikhs - Wounded at Maizar, 10th June 1897, died of wounds and enteric 20th August 1897. Aged 28. Born 24th April 1869. At Maizar, while in the escort for a Political Officer, he was shot in the arm twice. He contracted enteric fever and died Datta Khel. He was awarded a posthumous DSO for his action at Maizar.
Buried at Dutta Khel, Tochi -
"Lieut A.J.M. Higginson. 1st Sikhs 20th Augst 97."
Memorial in St. George's Chruch, Bannu -
"In memory of Lieut. Colonel Arthur Cautley Bunny. Lieut. Archie James Macaulay Higginson. Surgeon Captn. Christopher Clemens Cassidy who died from wounds received at Maizar, Tochi Valley 10th June 1897. On which occasion every British Officer present with the Force was killed or wounded. These Officers although very dangerously wounded and unable to retire without help remained with their men during the retirement until re-inforcements arrived from Datta Khel. This tablet is erected by their brother officers in admiration of the way they did their duty under trying circumstances."

Lieutenant Ernest St. George Hughes - 2nd Yorkshire Light Infantry  - Killed in action at Shinkamar 29th January 1898.

Lieutenant Victor Hughes - 35th Sikh Regiment  - Killed in action at Shahi Tangi 16th September 1897.
Memorial at St. Thomas the Martyrs church, Oxford -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Lieutenant Victor Hughes, Adjutant MSC and E. Maude his wife. He was killed in action at Shahi-Tang whilst leading his men against the Mamunds on the frontier of India, 16th Sept. 1897."

Jemadar Inayat Khan - 21st Madras Infantry (Pioneers)  -Wounded at Karappa, 23rd October 1897. died 24th October 1897.

Lieutenant David Edward Osborne Jones - 2nd Yorkshire Regiment  - Killed in action at Dwatoi - 22nd November 1897.

Captain Thomas Frederick Newcome Jones - 4th Dragoon Guards  - Killed in action at Samaghaka Pass 10th October 1897.
Son of Thomas Jones, of Co. Mayo. Born 3rd August 1866. At Samaghaka Pass, Captain Jones and Corporal J.W. Walton went ahead to check the pass. Both were shot dead by concealed Afridi tribesmen.

Buried near Fort Jamrud -
"Captain T.F.N. Jones 4th Dgn Gds shot on patrol Octr 10th 1897. Aged 31 years."
Memorial in Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of ... Thomas Frederick Newcome Jones, Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards. Shot on patrol near Jumrood October 10th 1897. Aged 31.... Erected by their brother officers."

 
Major Charles Bellew Judge - 1/2nd Gurkha Rifles  - Killed in action at Dargai - 20th October 1897.
Aged 40. Son of Thomas Judge, (Attorney-at-Law, Calcutta). Born at Calcutta, 19th October 1857.
Buried at Kohat -
"In loving memory of Charles Bellew Judge Major 1st Battalion 2nd Prince of Wales' Own Goorkha Rifles. Born October 19th 1857 Killed in action at Dargai North West Frontier of India October 20th 1897."

Jemadar Kishan Singh - 45th Rattray's Sikhs - Killed in action at Umar Raghza, Waziristan - 5th December 1901.

Liuetenant-Colonel John Lamb - 24th Punjab Infantry  - Wounded at Malakand, 26th July 1897. died of wounds 23rd August 1897. Aged 42. Son of Major-General Charles Lamb (Bengal Staff Corps). Born at Darjeeling, 13th September 1854. Wounded 26th July 1897, resulting in the amputation of his right leg. He died 23rd August.
Buried at Malakand -
"In memory of L. Colonel John Lamb 24th Punjab Infantry born Sept. 13th 1854. died Aug. 23rd 1897 of a wound received in action at Malakand on the night of July 26th 1897."

Lieutenant Alexander Lamont - 1st Gordon Highlanders - Killed in action at Dargai 20th October 1897.
Aged 25. Son of Sir James Lamont, of Argyll. Born 24th August 1872. Buried at Kohat -
"In loving memory of Alexander Lamont, Lieut. Gordon Highlanders, second son of James Lamont of Knockdow, Co. Argyll. Born 24 Aug. 1872, killed at Dargai Oct. 20 1897."

Captain Nicholas Albert Lewarne - 15th Ludhiana Sikhs  - Killed in action at Tseri Kandao Pass - 16th November 1897.

Lieutenant Alexander Limond - 6th Punjab Infantry  - Died of wounds at Camp Boya, Waziristan - 14th July 1895.
Aged 28. Son of Major-General David Limond, CB, RE.
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy -
"In loving memory of Alexander Limond. Lieut. 6th Punjab Infantry. Gentleman Cadet 1887-88 (son of Major-General David Limond, CB, RE) died of wounds inflicted by ghazi fanatics in camp Boya at the close of the Waziristan Campaign. 14th May 1895, aged 28 years."

2nd Lieutenant Andrew Herbert MacIntire - 1st Northamptonshire Regt - Killed in action at Saran Sar 9th November 1897.

Lieutenant Hector Lachlan Stewart Maclean, VC - Guides Cavalry  - Killed in action at Landakai - 17th August 1897.
Aged 26. Son of Major-General Charles Maclean, CB, CIE (Indian Staff Corps). Born 13th September 1870. Killed while trying to help Lieut. Robert Greaves (see entry). Posthumous VC awarded.
Buried at Mardan -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Hector L.S. MacLean. Adjutant 'Queen's Own' Corps of Guides Cavalry who fell mortally wounded, in action near Landakai, Swat, on the 17th August 1897 while gallantly endeavouring to rescue a Brother Officer. This monument is erected as a token of sincere regard and admiration by his Brother Officers of the 5th Northumberland Fusiliers and the 'Queen's Own' Corps of Guides. MacLean's Cross."

Subadar Malu Singh - 3rd Sikh Infantry - Wounded at Dargai, 20th October 1897. Died 24th October 1897.

Lieutenant Leonard Manley - Commissariat Department - killed in action at Malakand 26th July 1897.

Subadar Muhammad Gul - 1st Punjab Infantry  - Killed in action at Kot Shingi, Waziristan - 24th November 1901.
Awarded the Indian Order of Merit (3rd Class).

Lieutenant-Colonel James Loughnan O'Bryen - 31st Punjab Infantry - Killed in action at Gat - 30th September 1897.
Aged 43. Son of Colonel James O'Bryen (Indian Staff Corps). Born in Delhi. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal), Burma (medal and bar) and Chitral 1895 (bar).
Memorial in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"In memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Loughnan O'Bryen, Commandant 31st PI who was killed in action at the head of his Regiment at Agrah in the Mamund Valley, Bajaur on 30th September 1897. Aged 43 years. Deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."
Memorial on his father's grave at Peshawar - "In ever loving memory of my darling husband James Loughnan O'Bryen Commanding XXXI PI who was killed in action near the village of Agra 30th September 1897 aged 43. Eldest son of the late Colonel J. O'Bryen."

Captain Allan Laing Peebles - Devonshire Regiment  - Wounded at Panjkora River, 14th April 1895, died 15th April 1895.
Grave at Mardan -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Allan Laing Peebles, Devonshire Regt. who was killed in the action at Panjkora River Chitral Relief force April 15th 1895 aged 31 years. This stone is erected by his brother officers as a token of sincere regard and affection."

Subadar Ranbir Thapa - 1/2nd Gurkha Rifles - Killed in action on the Bagh to Barkai march 11th December 1897.

Captain John Graham Robinson - 1/2nd Gurkha Rifles - Wounded at Chagru Kotal, 20th October 1897 died of wounds 23rd October 1897.
Grave at Kohat -
"In loving memory of John Graham Robinson Captain 1st Battalion 2nd Prince of Wales' Own Goorkha Rifles. Born 22nd January 1862 Died of wounds received in action at Dargat North West Frontier of India October 23rd 1897."

Captain Claye Ross Ross - 14th Ferozopore Sikh Regiment
Killed in action at Koragh 10th March 1895. Son of General Sir Campbell Ross, KCB (Bengal Staff Corps). Born at Peshawar, 21st December 1861. After Sandhurst he was commissioned to the 2nd Glosters in Quetta, 1881. In 1883 he joined the Bengal Staff Corps and was posted to the 14th Sikhs.
He was buried at Gilgit -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Claye Ross Ross 14th Sikhs, who was killed near Koragh on the 10th March 1895, aged 33 years, son of the late General Sir C.C.G. Ross, KCB, B.S.C. deeply lamented. Also to that of the 45 brave Sikhs who were killed at the same time."

Lieutenant Graham G.J. Sankey - 35th Sikhs  - killed at Nowshera - 7th September 1902.
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy -
"In memory of Graham C.J. Sankey. Gentleman Cadet 1898. Lieutenant 35th Sikhs. Shot by his native servant at Nowshera, Punjaub India September 7th 1902, Aged 23. He was first in the examinations on entering and leaving Sandhurst and during his short service gained the admiration and respect of all who new him."

Jemadar Sarwar Khan - 9th Bengal Lancers -
killed in action at Mamani, Bara Valley 18th October 1897.

Subadar Sundar Singh - 1st Punjab Infantry - killed in action at Maizar, 10th June 1897.
Awarded the Indian Order of Merit (2nd Class).

Captain William Edward Clifton Smith - 2nd Derbyshireshire Regiment - Killed in action at Dargai 20th October 1897.
Aged 31. Grave at Kohat -
"Sacred to the memory of William Edward Clifton Smith Captain 2nd Batt The Derbyshire Regt Sherwood Foresters. Born 22 March 1866 Killed whilst gallantly leading a charge at Dargai in the Tirah campaign on the 20 Oct 1897 - in God's keeping."

  Major William Willoughby Taylor - 45th Ratteray's Sikh Regiment - Wounded at Malakand, 26th July 1897. Died of wounds 28th July 1897. Aged 39. Son of Rev. Henry Taylor (Chaplin in the Royal Navy).
Buried at Mardan -
"Jesu Mercy. In loving memory of William Willoughby Taylor Major 45th Sikhs died 28th July 1897 from wounds received in action at Malakand. RIP."
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Chelsea, London - "William Willoughby Taylor, Major 45th Sikhs mortally wounded while gallantly defending Malakand Camp on the night of 26 July 1897."

Captain William Edward Tomkins - 38th Dogra Regiment - Killed in action at Markhanai 14th September 1897.
Aged 30. Son of General William Tomkins, CIE (Bengal Engineers). Born at Rangoon, Burma.
Tablet at Christ Church, Nowshera -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain W.E. Tomkins 38th Dogras and Lieutenant A.W. Bailey 38th Dogras who were killed in action at Markhanai in the Watclai valley, Bajaur on the 15th September. also of Lieutenant H.A. Harington 26th Punjab Infantry who was attached to the 38th Dogras and who died at Panjkora on the 29th September 1897 of wounds received in the same action. Erected by their brother officers."

Lieutenant Cecil Richard Tonge - No. 4 Company, Bombay Sappers & Miners - Accidentally killed at Karamna - 28th December 1897.
Aged 25. Son of Rev. Richard Tonge.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In affectionate remembrance of Cecil Richard Tonge. Lieutenant Royal Engineers. Only son of the late Revd. Canon Richard Tonge. Born 30th December 1871. Killed by an accidental explosion while blowing up a tower at Karamna 28th December 1897. This cross is erected by his mother and sister."

Lieutenant Arthur Henry Turing - 36th Sikh Infantry - Killed in action at Shinkamar - 29th January 1898. Aged 27. Born 23rd June 1870. Memorial in Christ Church, Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Capt. David Gordon 36th Sikhs who died in the Kuram valley 5th July 1897 and Lieut. Arthur Turing 36th Sikhs killed in action at the Shin Kamar pass, Tirah 29th January 1898. This tablet is erected by their brother officers."
Memorial in St. Paul's church, Bedford- "In loving memory of Arthur Henry Turing Lieutenant 36th Sikhs son of then Revd J.R. and F.M.Turing who fell in battle on the Indian Frontier Jany 29 1898. Aged 27 years."

Lieutenant John Tannoch Waddell - 1st Northamptonshire Regiment  - Killed in action at Maidan - 9th November 1897.

Lieutenant Malcolm Reginald Walker - 2nd Yorkshire Light Infantry - Killed in action at Shinkamar - 29th January 1898.

Captain Edward Yerbury Watson - Madras Staff Corps  - Killed in action at Maidan 8th November 1897. Commissariat-Transport Corps.

Lieutenant George William Maxwell West - 1/3rd Gurkha Rifles - Killed in action on the Bagh to Barkai march - 13th December 1897. Grave at Peshawar - "In loving memory of William Maxwell West. 1st Battalion 3rd Gurkha Rifles. Killed in action in the Bara Valley. 13th December 1897. Aged 29 years 11 months. Until the day breaks."

Lieutenant George MacLeod Wylie - 2nd Gurkha Rifles (att. 1/2nd Gurkha Rifles) - Killed in action at the Tseri Kandao Pass - 16th November 1897.


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