Note: where no
memorial location is given, the graves were recorded in the Crimea but
no longer exist.
Francis Alder - 77th Foot - died of disease at Scutari - 6
Son of Revd. Gilbert and Elizabeth Alder. His brother, Capt. Charles Alder, RN also served in the Crimean war.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Hurstbourne Tarrant, Hampshire - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Francis Alder of the 77th Regiment third son of the Rev'd Gilbert Alder. He died at Scutari October 6th 1854 aged 21 years and to Elizabeth Alder mother of the above died August 19th 1883 aged 78 years."
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Carsan Alexander - Royal Engineers - died of disease - 19 Oct. 1854
Malcolm Currie Ancell - 11th Hussars - died of disease -
10 August 1855
Son of Henry Ancell, of Hyde Park, London.
"Sacred to the memory of Malcolm Currie Angell. Assnt Surgn 11th (PAO) Hussars Who died August 10th 1855. Aged 25 years."
Abbott Anderson - 41st Foot - died of typhus on board the
Transport Columbus in Balaclava Harbour 3 Jan. 1855.
Born 16 Nov. 1822 at Cannanore, Madras. Son of Lt-Col. Henry Anderson, of Fort Amherst, Chatham.
Robert J. Annesley - 11th Hussars - died of cholera on
board ship - 23 Sept. 1854
Third son of the late Earl of Annesley.
Memorial at Harrow School Chapel - "Lieut the Hon. Robert Annesley 11th Hussars died of cholera in the Black Sea on 28 Sept 1854 aged 20 yrs."
Captain John Auchmuty
- 57th Foot - died of disease at Balaklava - 13 Nov. 1854
Aged 36. Son of John Auchmuty, Bengal Civil Service.
Henry Lambert Brisbane Bayley - died of fever -
24 July 1855
Lieutenant E. Ball - 93rd Highlanders - died of disease - 9 June 1855
Major R. Banner - 93rd Highlanders - died of disease - 6 Oct. 1854
Christopher Bakewell Bassano - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of
disease at Balaklava - 1st Feb. 1856
Born 20 April 1824 at Fulham, Middlesex.
"Sacred to the memory of Christopher H. Bassano Esqr Staff Surgeon 2nd Class. Died Febry 1st 1856. Aged 31 years."
Francis Gustavus Beauchamp - 7th Foot - died of
bronchitis in camp at Sebastopol - 2nd Oct. 1855
Aged 18. Son of the late Colonel Richard Beauchamp.
Henry Beckwith - 49th Foot - died of disease in camp
before Sebastopol - 17 Oct. 1854
Born 15 Jan. 1824 at York.
Sidney Beckwith - Rifle Brigade - died of cholera - 25
Aged 47. Died on board the 'Orinoco' off the river Katcha.
Montagu Wigley Bell - 28th Foot - died of disease at
Scutari - 7 Jan. 1855
Son of Major-General Bell, of Kempsey, Worcestershire.
"Montagu Wigley Bell Lieut. 28th Regt. Son of Major General Bell. died Jany 7th 1855."
Frederick Charles Belson - Royal Engineers - died of
typhus on the 'Ottowa' near Scutari - 14 August 1855
"Capn F. Belson RE died 14 Augt 1855. Aged 28 years."
Lieutenant S. Benyon - 63rd Foot - died of disease -
Lieutenant Lea Birch
- 55th Foot - died of cholera at Scutari - 8 Oct. 1854
Frederick Rodolph Blake, CB - 33rd Foot - died of disease
at Rottingdean, Sussex - 23 August 1855.
Son of William Blake, of Danesbury, Hertfordshire.
Memorial at St. Mary's Church, Old Welwyn, Herts. - "Sacred to the memory ofColonel Frederick Rodolph Blake CB of the 33rd (Duke of Wellington's) Regiment. Born 16th August 1808. Died 23rd August 1855. He served his country in various climates during a period of 30 years and led his regiment with distinguished gallantry against the Russians at the Battle of the Alma in 1854. While zealously performing his duties at the siege of Sebastopol he was struck down by fever and died shortly after his return home beloved and lamented by his regiment and by all who knew him. This tablet is erected by his widow."
Surgeon William Browne
- 95th Foot - died of disease at Scutari - 26 Nov. 1854
Born 12 July 1823 at Blackheath.
Richard Borough - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease - 13
Son of Sir Edward Borough, of Dublin.
"Sacred to the memory of Richd Borough. 2nd Batt Rifle Brigade. Born 28th May/38, died 13 Nov/55. Aged 17 years."
Captain C. Bowles
- 10th Hussars - died of disease - 25 June 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Bowles 10th Hussars who died in the Crimea AD 1855."
Surgeon Robert Boxall
- Turkish Contingent - died of disease at Yenikale - 1856
Aged 24. From Guildford, Surrey.
"In memory of Robert Boxall, Esqre. Surgeon Anglo-Turkish Contingent. Erected by his sister 1856."
Brevet-Major W. Boyd - 2nd Dragoons - died of disease - 12 Sept. 1855
Assistant-Surgeon Edward Patrick Boyle - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease - 8 Dec. 1854
Henry Browne - 77th Foot - died of disease - 15 Dec. 1855
Aged 18. Son of Revd. Browne, rector of Newton, Lincolnshire.
"In memory of Lieut Basil Browne 77th Regiment who died in camp before Sebastopol 15th December 1855."
Captain H. Burke
- 33rd Foot - died of disease - 18 Jan. 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Captain H.U. Burke 33rd Duke of Wellington's Regiment who died at Balaklava 18th Jany 1855. Aged 30 years."
Pitcairn Campbell - 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers - died of
disease at Scutari - 22 March 1855
Son of Revd. A. Campbell, rector of Liverpool.
"Dedicated by his brother officers to the memory of William Pitcairn Campell. Aged 30. Major 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Wounded on the Alma. He was appointed a staff officer at Scutari and died there of fever March 22nd 1855. A Christian Soldier."
Newport Campbell - 5th Dragoon Guards - died of disease at
Scutari - 23 Dec. 1854
"Sacred to the memory of William Newport Campbell Captain 5th Dragoon Guards who died at Scutari on the 23rd December 1854 having served in the actions of Punniar, Sobraon, Chillianwalla, Goojerat and Balalclava. He fell a victim to the hardships and privations of the Crimean Campaign. This tablet is dedicated by his sorrowing mother."
Surgeon R. Chapman - Royal Navy, HMS Royal Albert - died of disease - 15 June 1855
Alfred Henry Cherry - 1st Dragoons - died of disease at
Scutari - 7 March 1856
"Sacred to the memory of Alfred Henry Cherry Esqr Vety Surgeon Royal Dragoons who died at Scutari on the 7th March 1856. Aged 30 years."
William Colvill - 97th Foot - died of disease - 2 Jan.
"Sacred to the memory of Major Robert William Colvill Late of Her Majesty's 97th Regiment yielding to the severity of a winter campaign with the Allied Army before Sevastopol. He died on the passage from Balaklava to the Hospital at Scutari on the 2nd January 1855. Aged 42 years. Cheerfully terminating his life in his country's service. A bereaved and sorrowing sister has erected this tomb as a faint memorial of his private worth and excellence."
W.P. Coppinger - Royal Irish Constabulary - died - 11th
"Sacred to the memory of Sub Inspector of Irish Constabulary and serving with the Commissariat in the Crimea. Died 11th August 1855 Aged 29 Years. This stone was erected to his memory by his brother Officers of the Constabulary."
Captain Walter Robert Corbet
- 49th Foot - died of disease - 19 March 1855
Died at Marseilles on way home from the Crimea. Aged 23 years and 11 months. Son of Sir A.V. Corbet, of Acton Reynold, Shropshire.
Memorial at St. Bartholomews, Moreton Corbett, Shropshire - In memory of the beloved and deeply lamented Walter Robert Corbet Captain HM 49th Regiment, youngest son of Sir Andrew Vincent Corbet, Bart. Born at Acton Reynald, March 25th 1832, having served with the Allied Armies at Varna and for more than four months at the siege of Sebastopol, having served too in the perils and glories of Inkerman he was on his way home seized with fever and after a few days illness died at Marseilles, March 19th 1855."
Augustus Cox - 3rd Bn. Grenadier Guards - died of disease
- 26 Sept. 1854
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Augustus Cox, Grenadier Guards who after sharing in the victory of the Alma marched with his regt to Balaklava and died of fatigue a few hours after the capture of that station Septr 26 1854."
H. Payne Crawford - 90th Light Infantry - died of disease
at Scutari - 24 Feb. 1855
Son of Robert Crawford, of East Grinstead, Sussex.
"R.H. Payne Crawford Captain HBM XC Reg died at Scutari Feb 24 1855."
Memorial at St. Swithuns Church, East Grinstead, Sussex - "Robert Henry Crawford Capt in HM 90th Light Infantry eldest son of Robert Crawford of Saint Hill. Died February 24th 1855 at Scutari of fever brought on by hardship and exposure during the disasterous winter campaign before Sebastopol aged 30 years."
Captain W. Cresswell - 11th Hussars - died of disease - 19 Sept. 1854
Captain Harry Croft
- Royal Dragoons - killed in the wreck of the Rip Van Winkle, off
Balaclava - 14 Nov. 1854
Aged 29. Son of Col. Croft, of Stillington Hall, York.
Lowther Crofton - 77th Foot - died of cholera - 27 Sept.
Son of Capt. E.L. Crofton, CB (Royal Navy)
"In memory of Captn Edward Crofton 77th Regt who died of cholera on the line of march from Alma to Balaclava 27th September 1854."
C. Cunninghame - 42nd Highlanders - died of disease at
Malta - 5 Sept. 1855
Died at the Royal Naval Hospital, Malta after contracting fever in the trenches at Sebastopol. Son of the late Robert Cunninghame, of Lorn House and Balianorris, Isle of Man.
Lieutenant D. Curry - Royal Marines - died of disease at Therapia - 22 Oct. 1855
Lieutenant D'Arcy Curwen - 57th Foot - died of disease - 7 Oct. 1855
Lieutenant A. Cuttler - Royal Marines - died of disease at Balaklava - 27 August 1855
E.H.H. D'Aeth - Royal Navy, HMS Sidon - died of disease -
7 August 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. E.H. Hughes D'Aeth RN Late First Lieutenant of HMS Sidon who after having served seven months on shore in the Naval Brigade died of cholera Augt 7th 1855. Aged 34 years."
Major Charles Daly
- 89th Foot - died in camp at Sebastopol of diarrhoea - 29 Dec.
Son of Lord Dunsandle and Clan Conel.
Captain Carrick Darby
- 89th Foot - died of disease on the 'Indiana' at sea - 30 March
Aged 26. Son of Edmund Darby, of Aston, Herts.
Thomas Davis - 95th Foot - died of disease at Sebastopol -
5 April 1855
Son of Thomas Boys Davis, of Cerne Abbas, Dorsetshire.
"Sacred to the memory of Brevet Major Thomas Davis 95th Regiment who died in camp before Sebastopol 5th April 1855. Generally beloved and respected."
Charles Dawson - 6th Light Dragoons - died of disease - 5
Aged 19. Son of Henry Dawson, of Launde Abbey.
"Sacred to the memory of Henry Charles Dawson. Lieutenant Inniskilling Dragoons who died at Balaklava October 5th 1854. Aged 19 years."
Lieutenant F.L. Dowse
- Royal Marines - died of disease at Balaklava - 20 July 1855
Aged 23. Son of Lt-Col. Lloyd Dowse, Royal Artillery.
Captain George Duckworth - 5th Dragoon Guards -
died of disease at Varna - 24 August 1854
Memorial at All Saints Church, Lullington, Somerset - "In memory of George Duckworth, Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards, eldest son of William Duckworth of Orchard Leigh, who died of cholera at Varna on his way to the Crimea with his Regiment, August 24th 1854, aged 28."
Percyval Hart Dyke - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease
on board the 'Walmer Castle' - 19 April 1855
Aged 18. Son of Sir Percyval Hart Dyke, of Lullingstone Castle, Kent.
Memorial at Harrow School Chapel - "Lieut Percyval Hart Dyke Rifle Brigade died of fever in Balaklava Harbour on 9 Apr 1855 aged 18 yrs."
James Bucknall Estcourt - died of disease - 24 June 1855
"Major General James Bucknall Estcourt. Adjutant General of the British Army in the East. Born July 12th 1802. Died June 24th 1855."
Memorial at Harrow School Chapel, Harrow - "Major-General James Bucknall Estcourt, Adjutant General in the Army in the East died of cholera in the Crimea on 24 June 1855 aged 53 yrs."
Lieutenant R. Eyre - 44th Foot - died of disease - 15 Oct. 1854
Mapleson Fitzpatrick - 30th Foot - died of disease at
Sebastopol - 26 June 1855
Aged 24. Son of the late Capt. Fitzpatrick, 88th Foot.
Captain A.W. Fraser - 63rd Foot - died of disease - 8 Dec. 1855
Captain L. Fraser - 95th Foot - died of disease - 1 Sept. 1855
Arthur Freeman - 2nd Dragoons - died of disease - 29 Sept.
"Sacred to the memory of John Arthur Freeman Esqr late Captain 2nd Dragoons Scots Greys who departed this life 29th September 1854. Aged 26 years."
Memorial at St. John the Baptist church, Whitbourne, Glos. - "Sacred to John Arthur Freeman. Captain in the 2nd Dragoons Scots Greys and only son of John Freeman Esquire of Gaimes and his wife Constantia. He landed with his regiment in the Crimea and having joined the Allied armies on their march to Balaklava fell a victim to the cholera September 29th 1854 in the 27th year of his age. His mortal remains are deposited on the seaside near to Balaklava and his sorrowing parents have dedicated this window to the memory of him they loved so well."
Vet-Surgeon W. Gavin - 17th Lancers - died of disease - 9 June 1855
Sherwood Gaynor - 47th Foot - died of fever on board HMS
Queen - 27 August 1855
Son of Capt. Gaynor, of Killiney House, Dublin.
"In memory of John S. Gaynor Lieutenant in HM 47th Regt. who died on the 27th August 1855 Aged 25 years."
John Henry Gilborne - 71st Highland Light Infantry - died
of disease at Yenikale - 25 January 1856
J.H. Gilbourne. Assist. Surgeon 71st HLI Died Jany 25th 1856. Aged 22 Years. Erected by his regiment.'
Bentnick Duncan Gilby - 77th Foot - died of disease - 23
"In memory of Brevet Major Bentnick Duncan Gilby 77th Regiment who died in camp before Sebastopol 23rd July 1855."
Arthur William Godfrey - 1st Rifle Brigade - died of
cholera - 27 Nov. 1854
Son of John Godfrey, of Brooke House, Ash, Kent.
2nd Lieutenant Lord F. Gower - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease - 6 Oct. 1854
John Grabham - 71st Foot - died of fever at
Scutari - 16 April 1855
Thomas Graham - 1st Foot - died of dysentry at Haslar
Hospital - 29 Oct. 1855
Aged 46. Son of the late General Alexander Graham Stirling.
Lieutenant P. Grant - 79th Highlanders - died of disease - 1 Oct. 1854
Brevet-Major W. Guille - Royal Artillery - died - 28 Oct. 1854
Nathaniel Evanson Harison - Royal Artillery - died of
disease at Scutari - 12 August 1855
"To the memory of Nathaniel Evanson Harison Lt. Colonel Commg RA 4th Division of the British Army before Sebastopol. Died 12th August 1855 Aged 42 years."
Harry Harrison - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease - 23
"In memory of Acting Satff Asst Surgeon Harry Harrison attached to 95th Regt. who died in camp before Sebastopol of fever contracted in the discharge of his duties. Erected by the Officers of the 95th Regt."
Lieutenant A. Hill - 22nd Foot (attached 79th Highlanders) - died of disease - 21 June 1855
Josiah Holford - 28th Foot - died of disease at Scutari -
29 Nov. 1854
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. J. Holford HM 28th Regiment Died 29th November 1854. Erected by a friend."
Lieutenant G. Houghton - 11th Hussars - died of disease at Scutari - 22 Oct. 1855
W.F. Hoey - died of disease - 29 Sept. 1854
"Lt. Col. W.F. Hoey at Balaclava on the 29th Sept. 1854."
Henry Hughes - 23rd Foot - died of disease - 11 Dec. 1854
"Sacred to the memory of George Henry Hughes Captain 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers who was compelled to retire from the fatigues of the siege of Sebastopol by illness of which he died at Constantinople 11th December 1854. Aged 28 Years."
Major Robert Hunter - 71st Highland Light Infantry - died of disease at Kertch - 30 October 1855
William Hely Hutchinson - 13th Light Dragoons - died of
disease at Scutari - 2 July 1855
"To the memory of the Honble. John William Hely Hutchinson Captn 13th Light Dragoons who died at Scutari July 2nd 1855 Aged 25."
Lieutenant R. Hyndman - 3rd Foot - died of disease - 7 Oct. 1855
Captain W.M. Inglis
- Royal Engineers - died in the wreck of the 'Prince' - 14th Nov.
"In memory of Captain W.M. Inglis Royal Engineers drowned by the wreck of the Prince. Balaklava 14th Novr 1854."
Adjutant T. Irwin - 13th Light Dragoons - died of disease 26 Sept. 1855
Alexander Johnston - 68th Light Infantry - died of disease at
Portsmouth - 25 June 1856
Aged 23. Son of Mr. Johnston (Surgeon), of Sterling.
Captain W. Johnston
- 41st Foot - died of disease at Balaklava - 10th October 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Capt W. Johnston 41st regt who died of Fever 10th Octr 1855."
Ensign W.Y. Johnston
- 30th Foot - died of disease - 25 Sept. 1854
"Ensn W.Y. Johnston Died of cholera at the Belbec on the 25th Sept."
Captain Hylton Jolliffe
- Coldstream Guards - died of cholera - 4 Oct. 1854
Aged 28. Son of Sir William G.H. Jolliffe, MP.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellinton Barracks - "Captain Hylton Joliffe, Coldstream Guards, eldest son of the first Lord Joliffe. He served in the Crimea, including the Battle of the Alma, and died of cholera, on the heights of Sevastopol, on the 4th October, 1854, aged 28."
Lieutenant L. Kekwich - 20th Foot - died of disease - 16 Feb. 1855
Captain Francis Henry Kilvington
- 62nd Foot - died of disease off Malta - 25 Feb. 1855
Memorial at St. Pauls Church, Rusthall, Kent - "In memory of a beloved husband, Francis Henry Kilvington, Captain in Her Majesty's 62nd Regt. Born 20 June 1817. Died 25 Feby 1855 off Malta on his passage from the Crimea to England."
Thomas King - 32nd Foot - died of disease - 28 May 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Thomas King Esqre Captain in HM 32nd Regt who died of cholera at Balaclava on the 28th May 1855 when Orderly Officer to F.M. The Lord Raglan GCB."
Franklin Knight Kirby - 93rd Highlanders - died of typhus
- 16 Feb. 1855
Aged 19. Son of the late Lt-Col. Thomas Cox Kirby, of Cheltenham.
Ernest Knight - 77th Foot - died of disease - 2 Oct. 1855
Aged 19. Son of Edward Knight, of Chawton House, Hants.
"In memory of Lieut Charles Earnest Knight 77th Regiment who died in camp before Sebastopol 2nd October 1855."
Memorial at St. Nicholas Church, Chawton, Hampshire - "Sacred to the memory of Charles Ernest Knight, Captain in the 77th Regiment, fourth son of Edward Knight Esqre, of Chawton House in this parish, and Mary Dorothea his wife. Born in London October 13th 1836, educated at Harrow and the RMC Sandhurst, he joined his regiment in the Crimea in November 1854, and after distinguishing himself by his gallant conduct before the enemy on several occasions, and especially at the attack on the Rifle Pits on the night of the 19th April 1855, he fell ill of fever shortly after the taking of Sevastopol on the 8th September and died in camp October 2nd 1855."
James Lamont - 41st Foot - died of disease in camp at
Sebastopol - 5 Jan. 1855
Born 18 March 1831 at Port Macquarie, NS Wales. Aged 23. Son of Assistant-Commissary-General Lamont.
Assistant-Surgeon John Phillipson Langham - 7th Royal Fusiliers - died of disease on board ship Golden Fleece at Scutari - 4 Feb. 1855
John Layard - 38th Foot - died of diarrhoea on board the
'Faith' - 7 August 1855
Aged 35. Serving as DAQG. Son of Henry Layard, Ceylon Civil Service.
"Sacred to the memory of Captn Arthur John Layard 38th Regt. who died at Balaklava on the 7th August 1855. Born 18 July 1819."
Lieutenant John Longfield
- 89th Foot - died of disease at sea - 20 Oct. 1855
Died on board the steamship 'Great Britain' on journey home from the Crimea, on sick leave. Son of Richard Longfield, of Longueville, Co. Cork.
John Longmore - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of cholera at
Sebastopol - 21 August 1855
Son of Thomas Longmore, Surgeon, of London.
Henry Ludlow - died of disease at Scutari - 4
Aged 28. Son of Mr. Ludlow, of Christ's Hospital, Hertford.
Captain R. Lye - 20th Foot - died of disease - 10 Dec. 1854
Christopher Macartney - 77th Foot - died of disease in
camp at Sebastopol - 11 April 1855
Born 17 March 1818.
"In memory of Christian Macartney MB of the 77th Regiment who died on the 11th April 1855."
Frederick Arthur Macartney - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of
disease at Scutari -12 Feb. 1855
"Sacred to the memory of Frederick A. Macartney Staff Asst. Surgeon who died at Scutari February 12th 1855 Aged 22 years."
John Macdonald - 89th Foot - died of disease - 15 Jan.
"Sacred to the memory of Bt Major John Macdonald 89 Regt. who died Janry 15th 1855 from exposure in the trenches before Sebastopol."
Surgeon Peter Mackey
- Staff - died of disease at Balaclava - 5 Oct. 1854
Born 1 May 1819.
Donald G. Maclachlan - Royal Artillery - died of
cholera at Sebastopol - 28 Nov. 1854
Aged 19. Son of Dr. Maclachlan, Physician, Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Lieutenant W.L. Macnish
- 93rd Highlanders - drowned - 19th May 1854
"Sacred to the memory of W.L. Macnish Lieut. 93rd Highlanders who was drowned at Scutari May 19th 1854."
Arthur Francis Maine - 77th Foot - died of fever - 21 Nov. 1854
"In memory of Lieut Arthur Maine 77th Regiment Died November 21st 1854."
Memorial at Winchester Cathedral - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Arthur Francis Maine, of HM 77th Regt of Foot, second son of Revd J.T. Maine of Bighton Wood in this county, who after having been mercifullu preserved at the Battles of Alma and Inkerman, died in the camp of the Light Division before Sebastopol, on the 21st day of Novr 1854, of dysentery and fever, brought on by exposure in the trenches, in the 23rd year of his age. He died beloved and regretted by his brother officers."
Captain Adam Maitland
- 79th Highlanders - died of cholera - 7 Oct. 1854
Son of Thomas Maitland, of Dundrennan, senator of the College of Justice, Scotland.
Whitaker Maitland -
49th Foot - died of disease contracted in the Crimea - 15 Nov. 1856
Aged 31. Son of William Maitland, Loughton Hall, Essex.
Major-General F. Markham, CB - Staff - died of disease in London - 21 Nov. 1855
Edward Prichard Marshall, Royal Artillery - died
of billious fever at Sebastopol - 29th Nov. 1855
Aged 17. Son of Lt-Col. Marshall, Military Secretary to the Earl of Chatham.
Barry Marshall - 4th Light Dragoons - died of disease at
St. George Monastery, Balaklava - 20 Sept. 1855.
Aged 25. Son of William Skinner Marshall, of London and of Stowmarket, Suffolk.
Memorial at Wetherden parish Church, Suffolk - "Sacred to the memory of John Barry Marshall Esqre Captain 4th Light Dragoons who died on the 20th of September 1855 of Crimean Fever at the Monastery of St. George, Balaklava Heights aged 25 second son of William Skinner Marshall Esqre No. 4 Hyde Park Square, London."
Deputy Inspector General of Army Hospitals Alexander McGrigor - died at Scutari - 16th November 1855.
Surgeon John Mitchell
- Staff - died of disease - 24 Sept. 1854
Born 29 Feb. 1808.
Assistant-Surgeon T. Mitchell - 2nd Rifle Brigade - died of disease - 29 Dec. 1855
Lieutenant J. Molesworth - 7th Royal Fusiliers - died of disease at Malta - 5 Oct. 1854
Lieutenant T. Morgan - 63rd Foot - died of disease at Scutari - 11 Dec. 1854
Assistant-Surgeon John James Norris - 55th Foot - died of disease at Scutari - 22 Nov. 1854
Lieutenant W. Northey - 71st Highland Light Infantry - died of disease at Yenikale - 29 May 1855
Major Edward Norton
- 88th Connaught Rangers - died of disease at Sebastopol - 20 May
"Sacred to the memory of Major Edward Norton of the 88th Connaught Rangers who died of cholera on the 20th May 1855."
Colonel Balfour Ogilvie
- Turkish Army - died of diease - 12 July 1855
'Sacred to the memory of Colonel Balfour Ogilvie who died July xii. mcdcclv.'
Memorial at St. Johns Church, Forfar - "Sacred to the memory of Colonel Balfour Ogilvy who died at Balaclava 12th July 1855 aged 41. He earned well merited distinction for his gallant conduct on the Danube and in the Crimea. A monument erected in the Valley of Tchernaya bears witness to the respect and affection felt towards him by his brother officers."
Ormerond - Staff - died of cholera at Balaclava
- 20 June 1855
Aged 23. Son of the late Lawrence Ormerond, of Bankside, Lancashire.
Captain W. O'Toole
- 46th Foot - died of disease - 21 Sept. 1854
"Sacred to the memory of Captn Wm Hy O'Toole. of the 46th Regiment who died at Alma on the 21st Septr 1854."
Frederick Parr - 20th Foot - died of disease - 25 March
Aged 19. Son of Thomas Parr, of Grappenhall Hayes, Warrington.
Captain Herbert Patton
- Royal Artillery - died of cholera - 27 September 1854
Died on board the transport 'Sydney' at Balaclava. Son of Thomas Patton, of Bishop's Hull, Somerset.
Oswald Petre - 6th Dragoon Guards - died of disease - 25
Died at Dunkenhalgh, Lancashire of fever contracted in the Crimea. Son of the late Henry Petre.
Ensign W. Phipps
- 19th Foot - died of cholera - 25 Sept. 1854
Aged 19. Son of T.H. Phipps, of Leighton House, Wiltsire. Carried the Queen's Colour at Battle of the Alma.
Surgeon Chilley Pine
- Staff-Surgeon (first class) - died of typhus at Balaclava - 6
Born 15 June 1810. Late 4th Dragoons.
Ferdinand Platt - 49th Foot - died of disease at Scutari -
11 August 1855
Aged 20. Son of Samuel Platt, of Belmont, Wimbledon.
Charles How Proby - 1st Foot - died of disease at Royal
Naval Hospital, Malta - 10 Sept. 1855
Aged 21. Son of the late Commander W.H. Proby, Royal Navy, of the Ryalls, Seaton, Devon.
George Henry Proctor - died of disease at
Scutari - 10th March 1855
Son of Revd. George Proctor, rector of Hadley, Middlesex.
Memorial at St. Denys, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire - "In memory of the Revd George Henry Proctor MA four years Curate of this Parish who died at Scutari near Constantinople March 10th 1855 aged 34 years of a fever caught in the discharge of his duty as Assistant Chaplain to Her Majesty's Forces in the Crimea."
Lord Raglan, GCB - died of disease - 28 June 1855
"To the memory of Field Marshall Lord Raglan, GCB Commander in Chief of the British Army in the Crimea Died 28th June 1855."
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks - "Placed by his children in memory of Field-Marshall Fitzroy James Henry Lord Raglan, GCB. Who served in the Grenadier Guards from 1814-1825, and on the Staff of the great Duke o Wellington from 1808-1828 and 1842-1852. Master-General of the Ordnance from 1852-1855. He died in command of the Army of the Crimea, June 28, 1855."
Batson Rambottom - 97th Foot - 'suffocated by charcoal in
his tent' - 5 Jan. 1855
Son of James Ramsbottom.
Norman Ramsay - 34th Foot - died of disease - 22 July 1855
Aged 20. Son of John Turner Ramsay, of Oxon.
"In memory of Lieut. Norman Ramsay of the 34th Regt who died in camp before Sebastopol on the 22nd July 1855. Erected by his brother officers as a mark of esteem and regard."
Lieutenant R. Reay - 34th Foot - died of disease at Malta - 3 Sept. 1855
Surgeon Alexander Rothney Reid - Staff - died of disease on board the Cornwall, off Balclava - 5 Oct. 1854
William Renwick - 14th Foot - died of disease on the
Walmer Castle (transport) in Balaclava Harbour - 2 March 1855
Born 4 Nov. 1831 at St. Andrews. Son of Lt-Col. Renwick.
"Sacred to the memory of the late Assistant Surgeon W. Renwick 14th Regt. of Foot. Aged 23 years who died of fever at Balaklava 2nd March 1855."
Ensign E. Ricard - 18th Foot - died of disease - 5 May 1856
Captain J. Savage - Royal Artillery - died of disease - 22 June 1855
- 17th Foot - died of disease - 11 March 1856
Son of John Seagram.
Assistant-Surgeon James Aloysius Shorrock - 1st Rifle Brigade - died of disease (cholera) - 21 Sept. 1854
Vet-Surgeon T. Siddell - 10th Hussars - died of disease - 30 June 1855
Colonel G.K. Sidebottom
- 5th Dragoon Guards - died of dysentry on board the 'Europa' -
21 July 1855
The Times states Captain. Buried at Gibraltar.
Surgeon Walter Simpson
- 17th Foot - died of disease - 31 May 1855
Born 10 Nov. 1820.
"Sacred to the memory of Walter Simpson Esqre Surgeon 17th Regt died in camp before Sebastopol 31st May 1855."
Crofton Singer - Royal Artillery - killed in an accident -
2nd October 1854.
"Sacred to the memory of Henry Crofton Singer Lieut RA who was killed in a collision at sea October 2nd 1854 on his return from the Crimea invalided. This monument is erected by his father Joseph Henderson Singer, Bishop of Meath."
Surgeon Francis Smith
- 95th Foot - died of disease - 9 Feb. 1855
Born 11 July 1822 at Much Hadham, Herts.
Smyth - 68th Light Infantry - died of disease 14 March
"In memory of Lieutenant Harry E. Smyth 68th Light Infantry who died at Balaclava on the 14th March 1855."
William Somerville - Royal Engineers - died of disease at
Scutari - 3 Sept. 1855
"Lieut William Mendyth Somerville RE Died at Scutari 3rd Sepr 1855 aged 20. His illness was contracted in the trenches before Sebastopol."
Major H.E. Sorell - Staff (81st Foot) - died of disease at Constantinople - 15 June 1855
Quartermaster William Stillwell - 3rd Foot - died of cholera 12 July 1855
Captain T. Storer - 68th Light Infantry - died of disease at Nice - 14 January 1856
Captain C. Sutton - 23rd Foot - died of disease on board ship - 15 Sept. 1854
William Swinton - Royal Artillery - died in camp at
Sebastopol - 2 Jan. 1855
Son of the late Colonel Swinton, Bengal Army.
Willaim Mansell Taylor - 55th Foot - died of disease at
Scutari - 20 Sept. 1854
George Teesdale, Royal
Engineers - died of dysentry at Scutari -
22 October 1854
Wounded at the Alma. Son of Lt-Colonel H.G. Teesdale, Royal Horse Artillery.
Lieutenant Francis Temple
- Royal Artillery - died of disease on HMS Firebrand on the passage
home - 12 July
Son of Admiral F. Temple, of Truro, Cornwall.
Arthur Thistlethwayte - 1st Bn. Scots Fusilier Guards -
died of disease at Scutari - 26 Nov. 1854
Son of Thomas and Tryphena Thistlethwayte, of Southwick Park, Hants.
"In memory of Captain Arthur Thistlethwayte Scots Fusilier Guards who expired at Scutari Barrack Hospital the 26th November 1854. Beloved and Respected."
Assistant-Surgeon J. Thomson - 44th Foot - died of disease - 5 Oct. 1854
Captain H. Townsend
- 14th Foot - died of disease at Therapia - 29 Nov. 1855
Memorial at St. James Church, Alveston, Warwickshire - "To the memory of Captain Henry Townsend, HM 14th Regiment who died of cholera on the 29th November 1855 at Therapia whilst returning to resume his duties in the Crimea aged 28 years. Erected by his brother officers who much lament his loss."
Whichcote Turner - 1/1st Foot - died of disease at Kamara
- 1 March 1856
Memorial at All Saints Church, Dickleburgh, Norfolk - "This monument is erected to the memory of Henry Whichcote Turner, Esq. Captain of the 1st or The Royal Regiment of Foot, tenth son of the late Lieut. General Charles Turner, Colonel of the 19th Regiment of Foot and Harriet his wife, daughter of the Very Rev. George Stevenson LCD, Dean of Kilfenora, Ireland. Born September 24th 1829, died March 1st 1856 at Kamara in the Crimea, and buried there in the graveyard of the Highland Division. He was present at the Battles of the Alma and Inkerman and at the siege of Sevastopol supported by a sense of duty, though suffering from a mortal disease, the effects of his exertion in the trenches, he bore the severities of the climate and the hardships and privations of war with the fortitude of a Christian soldier."
General William Burton Tylden - Royal Engineers - died of
the Alma - 22 Sept. 1855
Memorial at St. Mary Church, Milsted, Kent - "In memory of Brigadier-General William Burton Tylden of the Corps of Engineers, youngest son of Richard Tylden Esq. of the Manor House in this parish. Born April 18th 1790. Died Sept. 22nd 1854. After 48 years of active and meritorious service including the capture of La Spezzia March 29th 1814, and the capitulation of Genoa, he was appointed Commanding Engineer with the British Army in the Crimea, and was present at the Battle of the Alma Sept. 20th 1854, departing this life through fatigue and sickness on the second day following, his body was interred on the battlefield and after remaining 2 years was removed and finally deposited in the family vault in this churchyard Sept. 25th 1856 through the kind attention of some of his brother officers and the affectionate care of his widow and relatives."
Lieutenant Robert Walmesley - 77th Foot - died of disease - 4 Oct. 1854
"In memory of Lieut Robert Walmesley 77th Regiment who died on board the steam ship Medway in the harbour of Balaclava 4th October 1854."
Captain John Warren
- 55th Foot - died of disease at Scutari - 22 Dec. 1854
"To the memory of Captain John Warren 55th Regt. Born 23rd June 1831 at Fort St. George, East India. Died 22nd December 1854 on board the steamer Victoria off Constantinople. He was present at the Battles of Alma 20th Septr 1854 where he was wounded. Inkerman on the 26th Octr & again on the 5th Nov/54. On all these occasions he distinguished himself. His death was the result of Fever brought on by over exertion after the last battle of Inkerman when doing duty as Adjutt of his Regiment."
Edward Wellesley - 73rd Foot - died of disease - 21 Sept.
Aged 31. Assistant-Quartermaster-General.
Wemyss - 93rd Highlanders - died of cholera on board the
'Saldanha' - 13 June 1855
Aged 22. Son of Lt-Col. Wemyss, HEICS.
John Horsley White - 3rd Foot - died of cholera at
Sebastopol - 2 July 1855
Aged 28. Son of Revd. William White, of Wolverhampton.
Chaplain William Whyatt - died of fever at Balaclava
- February 1855
Memorial at St. Barnabus Church, Openshaw, manchester- "In memory of William Whyatt MA one of the Chaplains attached to the Second Division of Her Majesty's Army in the Crimea, youngest son of the late George Whyatt of Openshaw. His mortal remains lie at Balaclava where he fell a victim to the fever taken at his post of duty at Sebastopol. Feb. MDCCCLV aged 29 years. This tablet was erected by his brother George."
Arthur Wight - 6th Dragoon Guards - died of disease at
Scutari - 23 Sept. 1855
"In memory of Henry Arthur Wight Lieut. 6th Dragoon Guards Eldest son of the late Arthur Wight Esqr Major 23rd BNI of Brabouf Manor, near Guildford, Surrey. On his passage to England for the recovery of his health he was too ill to proceed and he departed this life on the 23rd September 1855 Aged 19 in Scutari Hospital. his loss is deeply lamented by his family and friends."
Major A. Willett - 17th Lancers - died of disease - 22 Oct. 1854
Toosey Williams - 2nd Dragoons - died of disease at
Scutari - 23 Nov. 1854
Aged 31. Son of B.B. Williams, of Farindon, Berkshire. He led the 2nd squadron of his regt. in the charge at Balaclava.
Memorial at St. Mary's Church, Buscot, Oxfordshire - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Samuel Toosey Williams, Royal Scots Greys, eldest son of B.B. Williams Esqre of Westbourne Terrace, Hyde Park Gardens now residing at Buscot Park in this parish who died aged 32 years in the service of his country, from fatigue and exposure prior and sunbsequently to the Battle of Balaklava in which he gallantly led the 2nd Squadn of his Regt. He was buried at Scutari Novr 24th 1854."
Charles Throckmorton Witham - Royal Marines - died of
typhus of Balaklava - 17 July 1855
Aged 20. Son of the late Sir G. Witham, of Higham, Suffolk.
Lieutenant Sir G. Young - Royal Artillery - died of disease - 22 Oct. 1854