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3rd Grenadier Guards

Lieutenant Francis Byam Davies - died of wounds - 10th November 1854.
Aged 19. Son of General Francis John Davies (67th Foot) and Elizabeth Davies. Wounded 19th Oct. Died on board HMS Simoon, off Sebastopol.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"Lieutenant F.B. Davies, born June 3, 1835. was present with the Grenadier Guards at the Alma. He died from the effects of a wound recieved in the trenches before Sevastopol on the 10th of November 1854. Placed by the Lady Hampton and Colonel H.F. Davies, Grenadier Guards."
Memorial at St. Mary's, Elmley Castle, Worcestershire - "In memory of General Francis John Davies of Danehurst Sussex Col. of the 67th Regmt Died Decr 4th 1874 aged 83 And of Elizabeth Anne his wife died March 24th 1863 aged 53 & of Hugh their 3rd son Died June 17th 1841 aged 1 year & 7 month And of Francis Byam Grenadier Guards their eldest son died Novr 10th 1854 of a wound received at Sebastopol aged 19."

Colonel Francis Grosvenor Hood - killed - 18th October 1854
Son of Lt-Col. Francis Wheler Hood, 3rd Foot Guards who was killed at Aire, France in 1814.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"Colonel the Hon. Francis Grosvenor Hood, who commanded the 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards at the Battle of the Alma, and who was killed in the Trenches before Sebastopol, on the 18th October 1854."

Surgeon-Major Francis Cornelius Huthwaite - died of wounds - 30th September 1854

Captain Henry Aldworth Neville - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 30. Third son of Lord Braybrooke.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"the Hon. Henry Aldworth Neville, who joined the Grenadier Guards on the 3rd September 1842 and served in the Campaign in the Crimea til he was killed at Inkerman on the 5th November 1854."
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Captain The Honble Henry Neville, Grenadier Guards, who fell at Inkermann November 5th 1854."

Captain Sir Robert Lydston Newman - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 33. From Mamhead, Devon.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Beneath this stone lie the mortal remains of Sir Robert Lidston Newman, of Mamhead in the county of Devon, England, Baronet, Captain in the British Grenadier Guards, who was killed at the battle of Inkermann on the 5th of November 1854 in the thirty-fourth year of his age."
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London - "Sir Robert Lydston Newman, Bart. Mamhead, Devon, Captain Grenadier Guards. killed at Inkermann, 5th November 1854, aged 33."
Plaque at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth - "Capt. Sir Robert Newman Bt. Grenadier Guards killed at the Battle of Inkerman Nov 5 1855 age 32. DD: Sir Lyndston Newman Bt."

Lieutenant-Colonel Edward William Pakenham - mortally wounded at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 35. Eldest son of Lieut-General Sir Hercules Pakenham, KCB and Emily. Died of wounds in his tent that night.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Col Edward Pekenham, Grenadier Guards, who fell at Inkermann November 5th 1854."
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London - "In memory of Lieut-Col. Edward William Pakenham, eldest son of Lieut-General The Hon. Sir Hercules Pakenham, KCB, and Emily his wife, fourth daughter of Thomas, 22nd Baron Le Despencer. He joined the Grenadier Guards on the 12th January 1838, and proceeded with 3rd Battalion to Turkey, on the 22nd February 1854. He served through the campaign in the Crimea, including the battles of the Alma, till he was killed at Inkerman, on the 5th of November, 1854, in the 36th year of his age. Placed by his brother, the Rev. Arthur Pakenham."

Captain Albert Evelyn Rowly - killed - 16th October 1854.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain A.E. Rowley, Grenadier Guards, killed 16th October 1854."
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London - "Placed by his father, Sir Charles Rowley, Bart., in memory of Captain Albert Evelyn Rowley who entered the Grenadier Guards on the 7th July 1845, and proceeded to Turkey in 1854, with the 3rd Battalion. He served during the campaign in the Crimea, including the battle of the Alma, till he was killed in the Trenches before Sebastopol, on the 16th October 1854."

1st Coldstream Guards

Memorial on Cathcart's Hill - "Here lie the bodies of Lt. Colonel the Honble. Vesey Dawson, Lt Colonel C. Murray Cowell, Lt. Colonel Lionel D. Mackinnon, Captain Henry M. Bouverie, Captain the Honble. G.C.C. Eliot, Captain Edward A. Disbrowe, Captain Frederick H. Ramsden, Lieut. Cavendish H. Greville. of the Grenadier Guards who fell at Inkerman on the 5th Novr 1854."

Captain Henry Montolieu Bouverie - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854.
Only son of Lieut-General Sir H. Bouverie.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"In memory of Lieutenant and Captain Henry Montolieu Bouverie, Coldstream Guards. Killed at Inkerman, 5th November 1854. Only son of Lieut-General Sir H. Bouverie, also of the Coldstream. Placed by a comrade, the last surviving in the regiment, 1880. Arthur Lyon Fremantle, Colonel and Lieut.-Colonel."
Memorial at All Hallows Church, Woolbeding, Sussex- "Sacred to the memory of Henry Montolieu Bouverie of the Coldstream Guards, only son of Henry Frederick Bouverie, Killed at the Battle of Inkerman in the Crimea November 5th 1854 aged 24 yrs."

Lieutenant-Colonel James Charles Murray Cowell - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"James Charles Murray Cowell. Eldest son of the late Sir John Stepney Cowell, Bart. MP, of Llanelly, by his second wife, Euphemia, daughter of General Murray, of Glenalla. Some years Page of Honour to King William IV, and Queen Victoria; afterwards Captain and Lieutenant-Colonel Coldstream Guards. He fell at the battle of Inkerman, November 5th 1854, aged 30. He lies buried on Cathcart's Hill, near Sebastopol, with seven of his brother officers, Brothers in Arms, in Glory, and in the Grave. 'And the victory that day was turned into mourning.' Given by his uncle, General Freeman Murray."

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Vesey Dawson - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854.
Educated at Harrow.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"In memory of the late Lieut-Col. The Hon. T. Vesey Dawson, Coldstream Guards, born September 3rd 1819, who entered the Regiment August 11th 1837, and proceeded with the 1st Battalion to Turkey in 1854, serving during the campaign in the Crimea, including the Alma, till the Battle of Inkerman, where he died a soldier's death, on the 5th November 1854, aged 35 years. Placed by his brother, Richard Earl of Dartrey, K.P. and his two sons, Vesey John Dawson, and Douglas F. Rawdon Dawson, Coldstream Guards."

Lieutenant Edward Amelius Disbrowe - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 20. Son of Sir Edward Disbrowe, of Walton Hall, Derbyshire. Shot through the lungs.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"Edward Amelius Disbrowe, Coldstream Guards, 1853-54. He carried the Colour at the Alma, and fell at Inkerman 5th November 1854. Aged 20 years. Dedicated to his memory by his sisters, 1880."

Lieutenant Robert Henry Drummond - wounded at Sebastopol 24th June 1855. Died off Portsmouth Harbour - 1st October 1855
Died on board the 'Indiana'.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"In memory of the Hon. Robert Henry Drummond, second son of the Earl of Kinnoull, late Lieutenant and Captain, Coldstream Guards. He entered the regiment on 17th August 1852, and proceeded to the Crimea with the 1st Battalion. He received a severe wound while on duty in the Trenches before Sebastopol, on the 24th June 1855, from the effects of which he died off Portsmouth Harbour, on the 1st October 1855, aged 24. Placed by his Family."

Captain Granville Charles Cornwallis Eliot - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Brother of Grey Neville (5th Dragoons), who died of wounds (Balaklava). Aged 26. Second son of the Earl of St. Germans.

Lieutenant Cavendish Hubert Greville - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 19. Educated at Harrow.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"Placed by his sister the Duchess of Richmond in memory of Cavendish Hubert Greville. Ensign and Lieutenant Coldstream Guards. He entered the regiment on the 10th June 1853 and joined the 1st Battalion in the Crimea, in October 1854; he was killed at the battle of Inkerman, on the 5th November 1854."

Captain Lionel Daniel Mackinnon - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 29. Son of W.A. Mackinnon, MP, of Hyde Park Place, London.

Captain Frederick Henry Ramsden - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 24. Son of Henry J. Ramsden and Frederica Selina, his wife.
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks, London -
"In memory of Frederick Henry Ramsden, Lieutenant and Captain, Coldstream Guards. Born June 9 1830. Having served for 4 years in the Rifle Brigade, he joined the regiment in September, 1851; landed with his battalion in the Crimea, and was present at the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, at which last he fell, November 5 1854, aged 24 years. Placed by his Family."

1st Scots Fusilier Guards

Lieutenant-Colonel James Hunter Blair - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
MP for Ayr in 1852. The eldest son of Sir David Blair, of Blairquhan. Aged 38.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel James Huntert Blair, Scots Fusilier Guards, Memeber of Parliament for the County of Ayr who was killed at the battle of Inkerman 5th November 1854."

Captain Duncombe Frederick Butt Buckley - killed at Sebastopol - 6th September 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Duncombe Frederick Batt Buckley Lieut. and Captain Scots Fusilier Guards Who was Killed in the Trenches before Sebastopol 6th Sept. 1855."

Captain William Frederick Viscount Chewton - died of wounds - 8th October 1854
Son of the Earl Waldegrave. wounded at the battle of the Alma, 20th September 1854. Died at Scutari.
Buried at Scutari -
"To the memory of William Frederick Viscount Chewton Eldest son of the Earl Waldegrave Captn Scots Fusilier Guards who died at Scutari the 8th October 1854 aged 38, of wounds received in action whilst gallantly leading on his men at the memorable battle of the Alma, 20th September 1854. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing widow."

Brevet-Major Hugh Fitzharding Drummond - killed at Sebastopol - 13th August 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Hugh Fitzharding Drummond Brevet-Major & Adjutant 1st Battalion Scots Fusilier Guards Killed in the Trenches before Sebastopol by the explosion of a shell on the 13th August 1855. Aged 25 years."
Royal Military Chapel, Wellington Barracks - "Hugh Fitzharding Drummond Major & Adjutant Scots Fusilier Guards. Born January 30th 1830. Killed before Sebastopol, August 13th 1855. D.D. by his Mother."

2/1st Foot

Lieutenant William Bellew - died of wounds - 16th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "In memory of Lieut. William Bellew, 2nd Battn Royal Regiment who died on the 16th June 1855 of wounds recieved in the attack on the Quarries on the 7th June."

Captain Bingham H. E. Muller - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "In memory of Captain Bingham Muller 2nd Battn Royal Regiment, killed in the attack on the Quarries on the 7th June 1855."

3rd Foot

Lieutenant James Dennis - died of wounds - 4th October 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "In memory of Lieut Jas B. Dennis 'The Buffs' who died 4th Octr of wounds received in the trenches before Sebastopol 19th August 1855."

Lieutenant Henry Peachey - wounded at the Redan 8th Sept. 1855. died 15th November 1855
Aged 20. Son of John Peachey, of Hanover Square, London. Shot in the jaw and throat inside the Redan. Died a few hours after arriving back in England.

Captain Charles Cornwallis Ross - killed at Sebastopol - 31st August 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "To the memory of Captain Charles Cornwallis Ross. the Buffs who was killed in the trenches before Sebastopol 31st August 1855."

4th Foot

Captain W. Arnold - died of wounds as a Prisoner of War - 5th May 1855

Colonel H. Cobbe, CB - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June 1855. died 6th August 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Colonel H.C. Cobbe, CB, 4th The King's Own Regiment who died August 6th 1855 of wounds received when in command of the trenches Left Attack June 18th 1855. Deeply regretted by his brother officers."

7th Foot (Royal Fusiliers)

Captain Cavendish Browne - killed at Sebastopol - 22nd March 1855
Aged 25. Third son of Lord Kilmaine.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"In memory of Capt. The Hon. Cavendish Browne 7th Royal Fusiliers Killed in repulsing an attack upon the trenches March 22nd 1855."

Lieutenant O. Colt - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Son of John Colt, of Inveresk House, Musselburgh.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant O. Colt 7th Royal Fusiliers who was killed in the assault on the Redan on the 8th Septr 1855."

Lieutenant E. Fitzclarence - died of wounds - 23rd July 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Honble E. Fitzclarence 7th Royal Fusiliers who died on the 23 July/55 from wounds received during the attack on the Redan on the 18 June/55."

Captain Charles Luke Hare - died of wounds - 22nd September 1854
Brother of the Earl of Listowel. Wounded at the Alma on 20th Sept. Died on board the 'Andes'.

Lieutenant James St. Clair Hobson - died of wounds in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 23. Son of the late Edward Hobson, of Waterford.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. & Adjt. Hobson 7 Royal Fusiliers who was killed in the attack on the Redan on the 18th June/55."

Lieutenant-Colonel F. Mills - died of wounds - 18th August 1855

Captain W. Monck - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Lieutenant L.L.G. Wright - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. L.L.G. Wright 7th Royal Fusiliers who was killed in the assault on the Redan on the 8th Septr 1855."

Colonel Lacy Walter  Giles Yea - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Son of Sir William Walter Yea, of Pyrland Hall, Somersetshire.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"7th Royal Fusiliers. To their Colonel Walter Lacy Yea who was killed on the 18th June 1855 whilst gallantly leading the storming party against the great Redan. Aged 47 years."
Memorial at St. James Church, Taunton, Somerset - "In memory of Colonel Lacy Walter Giles Yea Lieut. Col. of the 7th Royal Fusiliers aged 47. Eldest son of Sir William Walter Yea of Pyrland Hall in this county. He was killed on 18th June 1855 at the head of his regiment while leading the assaulting Division which he commanded with dauntless intrepidity in a desperate attack on the Redan during the siege of Sebastopol after nearly 30 years service."

9th Foot

Lieutenant T. Dent - 'found dead' - 5th January 1855

Surgeon Edward Le Blanc - accidentally shot by a French sentry - 17th March 1855
Aged 39. Son of William Le Blanc.

Captain Frederick Smith - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June, died - 20th June 1855
Aged 28. Fifth son the late Major Smith, of Weston-super-Mare.
Officers Burial Ground, Quarry, Third Div. Camp
- "Sacred to the memory of Captain Frederick Smith IXth Regt Died of his wounds June 20th 1855."
Memorial at St. Johns Church, Weston-Super-Mare - "This tablet records the heroic death of Captain Frederick Smith of Her Majesty's 9th Regiment of Foot who fell mortally wounded at the siege of Sebastopol on the 18th day of June 1855, in the 31st year of his age. The crowning act of his brief but gallant career lives in the hearts of the good and brave. When engaged in administering to the wants of a dying brother officer in the heat of action, a shot from the enemy guns pierced his body, from which he suffered manfully and then died."

17th Foot

Captain J.L. Croker - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Captn J.L. Croker 17th Regt who fell in action 18th June 1855."

18th Foot

Lieutenant J.W. Meurant - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Memorial in St.Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin -
"This Memorial window was erected to the memory of those of the 18th (Royal Irish) Regiment who fell in the Crimea 1855-56 Killed or Died of their wounds - Lieut. J.W. Meurant in action, 18th June 1855.Three Sergeants, One Drummer and 85 Rank and File. Died of Disease Ensign E.D. Ricard, 5th May 1856, 3 Sergeants and 77 Rank and File."

19th Foot

Lieutenant A. Cardew - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Lieutenant P. Godfrey - wounded in the attack on the Redan 8th September 1855. died 12th Sept.
Aged 21. Son of the late Edward Godfrey and Susan Countess, of Morton.

Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "19th Regiment. Captn P. Godfrey Killed at the final assault of Sebastopol."

Captain J. Ker - died of wounds - 7th November 1854
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "19th Regiment. Captn Ker Killed in action 20th Septr 1854."

Ensign George Thomas Dixon Stockwell - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Aged 19. Son of Lieut-Colonel Thomas Stockwell, HEICS.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"19th Regiment. Ens. Stockwell Killed in action 20th Septr 1854."

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Unett, CB
- died of wounds in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "In memory of Lieut. Coll. T. Unett, CB. He fell while leading the 19th Regiment to the assault 8th Sepr 1855."
Mmeorial at St. Oswalds Church, Filey - "John Wilkes Unett Esq. D. 12th November 1856 at Leamington in the County of Warwick. Thomas Unett C.B. Lieut. Col. of Her Majesty's 19th Regt of Foot, 2nd son of the above fell mortally wounded at the siege of sebastopol during the Russian War whilst leading the British Column in the final assault of the Redan on the 8th September 1855."

Lieutenant Ramsay Wardlaw - wounded at the Alma - 20th September 1854. Died 23rd September.
Aged 23. Son of the late Lieut-General Wardlaw. Died of wounds on board the 'Andes'.

20th Foot

Major Stephen Remnant Chapman - died of wounds at Sebastopol - 20th September 1855
Son of Frederick John Champan, of HM's Ordnance.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Stephen Remnant Chapman Major XXth Regt Assistant Engineer during the siege of Sebastopol died 20th September 1855 from the effects of a wound received on the 8th. Aged 30 years."

Lieutenant William Henry Dowling - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Third son of the late Capt. Joseph Dowling, Royal Marines.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of W.H. Dowling Eqsre Lieut XX Regt who was killed at Inkerman 5th November 1854."

Lieutenant William Kerr - wounded at the Redan, died 24th September 1855
Aged 24. Son of W.C. Kerr, MD, of Northampton.

Major James Birch Sharpe - died of wounds at Scutari - 28th December 1854
Aged 36. Son of James Sharpe, of Birch Hall, Windlesham, Surrey.
Buried at Scutari -
"Sacred to the memory of Major J.B. Sharpe 20th Regiment who died at Scutari 28th Decr 1854 of wounds received at the battle of Inkerman."
Memorial at St. Johns Church, Windlesham, Surrey - "Sacred to the memory of Major Jas Birch Sharpe of HM 20th Regt who died Dec 28th 1854 of wounds received at the battle of Inkerman, aged 36. He was the second son of Jas Birch Sharpe Esqre of Windlesham by Ann his 1st wife dec'd 1827."

21st Foot (Fusiliers)

Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick George Ainslie - wounded at Inkermann - 5th November 1854. died of wounds - 14th November 1854
Son of Lt-General George Robert Ainslie and Sophia.
Buried at Scutari -
"Erected as a mark of respect & esteem by his brother officers to the memory of Lt Col George Ainslie 21st Royal British Fusiliers who died at Scutari on the 14th Novr 1854 aged 45 years from a wound received when leading on the right wing of the Regt at the battle of Inkerman on the 5th November 1854."
Memorial at Aubourn St. Peter, Lincolnshire - "In memory of Frederick George Ainslie, C.B. Lieut. Colonel of the 21st R.N.B. Fusiliers, younger son of the late Lieut. General Ainslie and his wife Sophia Charlotte Nevile, who died November 14th 1854, aged 44, of a wound received whilst in command of his regiment at the Battle of Inkermann, November 5th 1854. He was a good man, a perfect gentlman and a gallant soldier. This monument is erected by his mother and the surviving members of his family."

Lieutenant Henry Francis Eden Hart - wounded at Inkermann - 5th November 1854. died 6th November.
Aged 20. Son of Francis Hart, of Alderwasley, Derbyshire.

23rd Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers)

2nd Lieutenant Henry Anstruther - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of Ralph A. Anstruther. Educated at Harrow.
Memorial at Parish Church, St. Monance, Fife -
"In memory of Henry Anstruther Esq 2nd Lieut 23rd Welsh Fusiliers. Born 4th June 1836 and fell at the Battle of the Alma 20th September 1854 while carrying the Queen's Colour of the Regiment."
Memorial at Harrow School Chapel -
"Lieut Henry Anstruther 23rd Regt fell at the Battle of the Alma on 20 Sep 1854 aged 20 yrs."

Lieutenant Augustus Applewhaite - wounded - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854 - died 22nd September

Lieutenant Charles Henry Beck - wounded at the Redan 8th Sept. died of wounds 29th September 1855
Died on transport ship 'Robert Lowe' from 5 wounds. Son of S. Adams Beck, of Cheam, Surrey.
Buried at Scutari -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Henry Beck Lieut 23d Royal Welsh Fusiliers who died 29th Septr 1855 of wounds received 8th Septr 1855 at the assault on the Redan, Sebastopol Aged 19 years."

2nd Lieutenant Joseph H. Butler - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Lieutenant-Colonel Harry George Chester - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of the late Major-General Chester, Coldstream Guards.

Captain John Charles Conolly - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Third son of the late Capt. James Conolly, 18th Hussars.
Listed on the Cheltenham Crimea Memorial and a tablet in St. Mary's church, Cheltenham -
"In affectionate memory of Captain John Charles Conolly, killed at the battle of Alma on 20th September 1854."

Lieutenant Douglas Dyneley - died of wounds - 9th September 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Douglas Dyneley 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers who fell mortally wounded before Sevastopol in the attack on the Redan September 8th 1855. Born 19th December 1831. Died 9th September 1855."

Captain Francis Edwards Evans - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of T.B. Evans, of Dean House, Oxford.

Lieutenant Edward Shuttleworth Holden - wounded at the Redan 8th September. died 9th Sept. 1855
Son of Edward A. Holden, of Aston Hall, Derby. Educated at Harrow.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Edward S. Holden Lieutenant XXIII R.W. Fusiliers mortally wounded before the Redan Sebastopol 8th September 1855. Died 9th September 1855. aged 18."

Lieutenant William Owen - killed at Sebastopol - 29th June 1855
Son of Sir John Owen, of Taynton House, Gloucestershire.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. William Owen 23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers who was killed in the trenches on the 30th June/55 Aged 22 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Lieutenant William Halsted Poole - died of wounds - 24th September 1855
Son of Capt. W.H. Poole, Royal Artillery.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"William Halsted Poole Captain XXIII R.W. Fusiliers mortally wounded before the Redan Sebastopol 8th September 1855, died 24th September 1855. aged 20."
Memorial at St. Michaels Church, Marbury, Cheshire  - "In memory of William Halsted Poole, Captain  23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers who having landed with his regiment in the Crimea, and having been present with it at the Battle of the Alma and of Inkermann and during the whole period of the siege operations before Sebastopol, fell dangerously wounded whilst among the foremost , gallantly leading his men in the final assault on the place on the 8th September 1855 and died on the 24th following aged 20 years. This tablet is erected by his bereaved father, his only surviving parent."

Lieutenant Frederick P. Radcliffe - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Lieutenant Reginald Hugh Somerville - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 19 (ref The Times). Son of Revd. William Somerville, rector of Barford, Warwickshire.

Listed on the Cheltenham Crimea Memorial. First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Reginald H. Somerville Lieutenant XXIII R.W. Fusiliers killed before the Redan Sebastopol 8th September 1855 aged 20."

Captain Arthur Watkins Williams Wynn - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Aged 35. Son of Sir Henry Watkins William Wynn, GCH, KCB (former British Envoy to Copenhagen).
Memorial at St Oswald's Church, Oswestry -
"Sacred to the memory of the Honourable Hester wife of the Right Honourable Sir Henry Watkins William Wynn, GCH, KCB died March 5th 1854 also of their second son Arthur Watkins Captain and Acting Major of the Royal Welch Fusiliers who with eight of his brother officers fell at the Battle of the Alma on the 20th of September of the same year. Erected in humble submission to the divine will by an afflicted husband and parent."

Lieutenant Sir William Norris Young - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Aged 21.

30th Foot

Captain A. Connolly - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854

Ensign Richard Grenville Deane - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855.
Son of Revd. George Deane, rector of Highton, Hants.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Richd Grenville Deane Ensign 30th Regt fell Septr 8 1855 Aged 18 years."

Lieutenant Alfred Gibson - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 24. Son of Wood Gibson, of Manchester.

Lieutenant William Kerr - died of wounds - 23rd September 1855

Lieutenant Frederick Luxmore - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of Revd. C.T.C. Luxmore, of Guilsfield, Montgomeryshire.
Memorial at Parish Church, Guilsfield -
"In affectionate remembrance of Frances Luxmore, wife of Charles Thomas Luxmore, who died January 1868 at Torquay Also of Frederick Luxmore their youngest son Lieut. 30th Regt who fell during the Crimean War at the Battle of the Alma Sept 20th 1854 aged 25."

Lieutenant-Colonel James Brodie Patullo, CB - wounded in the attack on the Redan 8th September 1855 Died 9th September
Aged 32. Son of the late A.E. Patullo, Madras Cavalry. Educated at Harrow.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Brodie Patullo, CB 30th Regiment. Who died of wounds received on the 8th September 1855 at the assault on the Great Redan."

Lieutenant J. Ross-Lewin - died of wounds - 7th November 1854

Captain John Charles Newcombe Stevenson - died of wounds - 8th September 1855
Memorial at Moretonhamptonstead Church, Devon -
"To the memory of John Charles Newcombe, eldest son of I.N. Stevenson, Esqre of Hayne in this parish. Captn in Her Majesty's 30th Foot who was mortally wounded at the head of his company in the attack on the Redan september 8th 1855 aged 20 years and 10 months."

Ensign Horatio J. Thompson - died of wounds - 10th November 1854
Wounded at Inkerman. Son of James Wyard Thomson, late of Kingston-on-Thames.

31st Foot

Captain Charles Anderson - killed at Sebastopol - 4th September 1855
Son of Henry Anderson, of Trinidad, West Indies.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
'Sacred to the memory of Captain C. Anderson 31st Regiment who was killed in the trenches whilst acting as Assistant Engineer on the 5th September 1855. Erected by the officers of Royal Engineers as a token of their esteem.'

Captain Frederick Simes Attree - killed at Sebastopol - 8th September 1855
Son of William Attree, of West Hill Lodge, Brighton.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
'Sacred to the memory of Captain F. Simes Attree of the 31st Regiment who was killed in the trenches on the 8th September 1855. Aged 27 years. This stone is erected by his brother officers by whom he was beloved and respected.'

33rd Foot (Duke of Wellington's Regiment)

Lieutenant Valentine Bennett - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - 'Sacred to the memory of Valentine Bennett Lieut. 33d The Duke of Wellington's Regt. who was killed in the attack on Sebastopol on the 18th June 1855. Aged 27 years. erected by his brother Frederic Philip Bennett and Officers of the 33d The Duke of Wellington's Regiment.'

Lieutenant Henry George Donovan - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Son of the late Richard Donovan, of Ballymore, Co. Wexford.

Lieutenant-Colonel T. Gough - died of wounds - 18th September 1855

Lieutenant Langford R. Heyland - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 17. Son of Alexander Charles Heyland, Bengal Civil Service.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery.

'Sacred to the memory of Langford R. Heyland 33d Regt. who fell in the assault on the Redan on the 18th June 1855.'

Lieutenant Hans Stephenson St. Vincent Marsh - killed at Sebastopol - 24th June 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - 'Sacred to the memory of Hans Stephenson St. Vincent Marsh Lieut. and Adjutant of the 33d Duke of Wellington's Regt. who was killed in the trenches on the 24th June 1855. Aged 21 years.'

Lieutenant Francis Du Pre Montagu - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Aged 20. Son of Lord William Montagu.

Lieutenant Henry Thorold - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 19. Son of Henry Thorold, of Cuxweld, Lincolnshire.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. H. Thorold 33rd Regt. Killed at Inkerman 5th November 1854."

34th Foot

Lieutenant H.D. Alt - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855

Ensign Robert John Browne Clayton - died of wounds - 12th July 1855
Educated at Harrow.
Memorial at St. Pauls church, Adlington, Lancs - 
"Erected by the inhabitants of Adlington to the memory of Robert John Browne Clayton, Esq. Lieut. 34th Regt. only son of Richd and Catherine Browne Clayton, of Adlington Hall in this Parish, who died on the 12th July 1855 of wounds received at the siege of Sebastopol, aged 20 years ... at the memorable assault on the Redan Battery 18th June, when he was mortally wounded."

Captain Francis R. Hurt - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Son of Francis Hurt, of Alderwesley, Derbyshire. His body was not recovered.

Lieutenant William Walker Jordan - killed at Sebastopol - 22nd March 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "In memory of William Walker Jordan Lieut. HM 34th Regiment who was killed in the trenches before Sebastopol during a sortie made by the enemy on the night of the 22d March 1855."

Lieutenant H.M. Lawrence - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "In memory of Lieut. H.M. Lawrence 34th Regt. who was killed on the 7th June 1855 in the attack upon the Quarries. Also of Captains J. Shiffner, J. Robinson, Lieuts F.R. Hurt, R.J.B. Clayton, and H.D. Alt. of the same regiment who fell on the 18th June 1855 in the attack upon the Redan."

Captain John Robinson - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 29. Son of Revd. William Robinson, preceptor of Christ Church, Dublin.

Captain John Shiffner - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855

38th Foot

Lieutenant Owen Gwyn Saunders Davies - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 21. Son of David Arthur Saunders Davies, MP for Carmarthenshire.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"To the memory of Lieut Owen G. Saunders Davies 38th Regt who fell in action on the 18th June 1855 Erected by his brother officers as a testimony of their high esteem."

Colonel John J. Lowth, CB - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June 1855. Died 28th July 1855
Aged 51. ADC to Queen Victoria. Died at Portsmouth on the day that he arrived back in England. Son of Revd. Robert Lowth, formerly of Chiswick, Middlesex.

Captain John Crosby Vaughan - died of wounds - 16th June 1855
Son of the late Lt-Col. Edward Vaughan.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of John Crosby Vaughan Esqre Captain in Her Majesty's 38th Regiment who died June 16th 1855 of a wound received in the trenches. Aged 25 years."
Memorial at St. Michaels Church, Ystrad, Dyfed - "Sacred to the memory of John Crosby Vaughan, of Brynog and Greengrove in the county of Cardigan, Esquire Captain in Her Majesty's 38th Regiment who served from the commencement of the Crimean Campaign and died June 16th 1855 of a wound received in the advanced trench of the British left attack before Sebastopol. Aged 25 years."

39th Foot

Captain Edward Beauchamp Maunsell - killed at Sebastopol - 10th July 1855
Son of Richard Maunsell, of Oakly Park, Co. Kildare.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn E.B. Maunsell 39th Regt Killed in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 10th July 1855. Erected by his brother officers in token of their esteem."

41st Foot

Lieutenant-Colonel George Carpenter, CB - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 55. Son of General Carpenter, of Great Cumberland Place, London.
Plaque at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"Col. Geo.Carpenter, CB Commd'g 41st the Welsh Regt, he fell at the head of his regiment at the Battle of Inkerman Nov 5 1854 DD: His son George."

Lieutenant-Colonel J. Eman, CB - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 38.

Captain Edward Every - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Listed on the Cheltenham Crimea Memorial. Aged 21. Son of Revd. Henry Every, of Ouseley Lodge, Old Windsor.

Ensign L. Fitzgerald - died of wounds - 24th December 1855

Lieutenant Hugh Charles Harriott - died of wounds at Scutari - 8th December 1854
Buried at Scutari - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut Hugh Charles Harriott 41st Regt who died at Scutari on the 8th December 1854 of a wound received when commanding the Light Company of his Regiment in the action of the 26th October 1854 before Sebastopol."

Captain James Augustus Lockhart - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 31. Son of James Lockhart, of Sherfield House, Hants. Educated at Harrow.

Captain Edwin Richards - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Memorial at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel, Greenwich, London - "Sacred to the memory of the undermentioned Officers, formerly pupils of the  Royal Naval School, who fell nobly serving their Country in the Russian War. Lieut. E.W.M. Carrington RN killed at Gamla Karleby 7th June 1854. Captain Edwin Richards, HM 41st Regiment killed at the head of his Company at the Battle of Inkermann 5th November 1854. R.O. Lewis Esqre RN Master of HM Transport Resolute lost in the storm off Balaclava 14th November 1854. Richard Morris Esqre RN Mate of HMS Wasp, died of cholera before Sebastopol 23rd November 1854. Sidney Smith Boxer Esqre Assistant Secretary to Rear Admiral Boxer, died of cholera at Balaclava 1st June 1855. In remembrance and appreciation of their gallant and meritorious services a few former puplis and friends of the Institution have erected this monument."

Lieutenant John Stirling - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 18. Son of John Stirling, of St. Andrews.

Lieutenant John William Swabey - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Memorial at All Saints Church, Hawnby, Yorkshire - "In memory of John William Swabey Esq late Lieut in HM 41st Regiment. He was engaged in the Battle of the Alma and fell mortally wounded by a musket ball, his body being pierced by bayonet wounds while gallantly fighting at the Battle of Inkerman on the 5th of November 1854 age 24. Beloved and deeply lamented. He left a widow and infant son, having in 1851 married Everilda only daughter of Samuel Bamford Hamer, of Daleside in this parish, by whom this tablet has been erected to his memory."

Lieutenant A. Taylor - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854

42nd Foot

Captain Roland Aynsworth Frazer - killed at Sebastopol - 16th July 1855
Aged 23. Son of Colonel Daniel Frazer (42nd Foot).
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Rowland Aynsworth Frazer 42nd Royal Highlanders Killed in the trenches before Sebastopol 16th July 1855. Erected by his brother officers."
Memorial at St. George's Church, Brighton - "Sacred to the memory of the beloved and lamented Captain Rowland Aynsworth Frazer 42nd Royal Highlanders (second son of Colonel Frazer, late of the same regiment) who, after having cheerfully undergone all the hardships of the war from its commencement without being absent a day and having been in the Battles of Alma and Balaklava was killed on the night of the 16th of July 1855, before Sebastopol whilst on duty in the trenches of the right attack. He died aged 28 deservedly esteemed and respected by his brother officers. His sorrowing family inscribe this tablet in token of their great affection, and deep affliction."

44th Foot

Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Colchester - "Sacred to the memory of Captains B. Fenwick, Hon. C. Agar, W.H. Mansfield & F.W. Caulfield who were killed 18th June 1855. Lieutenants R. Eyre died at Balaklava 15th October 1854, M. Bradford, died 1856, Assistant Surgeon J. Thomson, died at Balaklava, 5th October 1854 and 18 Serjeants 12 Drummers and 420 rank and file who were killed or died of wounds or disease during the war in the Crimea doing their duty under the Colours which hang over this stone."

Captain Charles Welbore Herbert Agar - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 31. Educated at Harrow.

Captain Francis W. Caulfield - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June 1855. died next day
Aged 26. Son of Colonel Caulfield, of Bloomfield, Ireland.

Captain Bowes Fenwick - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855

Captain William Henry Mansfield - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June 1855. Died 28th June
Son of the late Alexander Mansfield, of co. Kildare, Ireland.

46th Foot

Lieutenant Frank John Curtis - killed at Sebastopol - 2nd May 1855.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "This stone is laid over the remains of Frank John Curtis (Fourth son of Charles Berwick Curtis Esqre of London) Lieutenant in Her Britannic Majesty's 46th Regiment of Foot who fell struck by a cannon ball while on duty in the trenches before Sevastopol at 10pm May 2nd 1855. Aged 23."

Lieutenant John Horndon Messenger - killed by a mine on a road - 15th January 1856

47th Foot

Captain William Frederick Booke - died of wounds - 1st October 1855.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "To the memory of Capn William Frederick Booke 47th Regiment. Major of Brigade 2nd Brigade 2nd Division of Westwood House, Essex, who died October 1st 1855 Aged 30 years of a wound received at the attack upon the Redan Sepr 8."

Lieutenant T.W. Wollocombe - wounded - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854- died at Scutari, 7th October.
Buried at Scutari -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant T. W. Wollocombe 47th Regiment Who died at Scutari on the 7th Octr 1854 of wounds received at the battle of the Alma."

49th Foot

Lieutenant A.S. Armstrong - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Near French camp, 49th Regt. cemetery - "Lieut & Adjt A.S. Armstrong Fell at the battle of Inkerman 5th Novr. 1854."

Major T.N. Dalton - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 35. Son of John Dalton, of Ripon, Yorkshire. Served with the 61st in the Punjab Campaign (medal & 2 clasps) and joined the 49th Foot in 1853.
Near French camp, 49th Regt. cemetery -
"Major T.N. Dalton Fell at the battle of Inkerman while in command of HM's 49th."

Major C.S. Glazebrook - died of wounds at Scutari - 18th December 1854.
Buried at Scutari - "Majr C.S. Glazebrook 49th Regt of Foot Died at Scutari the 18th December 1854 of wounds received before Sebastopol on the 17th Novr 1854."

Ensign Christopher Michell - died of wounds - 14th September 1855
Aged 19. Son of Revd. T.P. Michell, of Standen, near Hungerford.
Buried on Cathcart Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Christopher Michell 49th Regt who died on the 14th September 1855 of wounds received during the attack on the Redan."
Memorial at St. Lawrence Church, Hungerford, Berkshire - "Sacred to the memory of Christopher Michell late Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 49th Regt. of Foot who died on the 14th Sept. 1855 of wounds received at the Attack on the Redan at Sebastopol on the 8th of the same month. He is buried in the Cemetery on Cathcart Hill in the Crimea."

Major Charles Thomas Powell - killed in action - Sebastopol - 16th November 1854
Near French camp, 49th Regt. cemetery - "Major C.T. Powell 49th Regiment Killed in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 28th Octr 1854."

Captain George Rochfort - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 20. Son of the late Richard Rochfort.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn George Rochfort 49th Regt who was killed in the trenches during the attack on the Redan on the 8th Septr 1855."

50th Foot

Lieutenant Walpole George Dashwood - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 24.
Third Division, 50th Camp cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Walpole G. Dashwood 50th regiment Killed at the battle of Inkerman 5th Novr 1854. Erected in token of their regard by his Brother Officers."

Major J. Olaus Moller - died of wounds - 22nd December 1854
Son of C. Champion Moller, late 18th Hussars.

55th Foot

Lieutenant-Colonel William Holland Lecky Daniel Cuddy - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855. Aged 41.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lt. Col. W.H.L.D. Cuddy of HBM 55th Regt. of Foot who was killed 8th Septr 1855 whilst gallantly leading his Regt in the assault on the Great Redan of Sevastopol."

Captain F.C. Elton - killed at Sebastopol - 10th August 1855

Lieutenant Charles Henry Evans - died of wounds - 6th August 1855
Educated at Harrow.
Listed on the Cheltenham Crimea Memorial. Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"In memory of Lieut. C.H. Evans HM 55th Regt Died 6th August 1855 of a wound recd in the trenches before Sebastopol Aged 19 years. Sincerely regretted by his brother officers."

Major John Baillie Rose - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
From Kilravock Castle, Nairnshire, Scotland.
Memorial on Cathcart's Hill -
"In memory of Major J.B. Rose and Captain J.G. Schaw HM 55th Regt Killed at the battle of the Alma 20th Septr 1854 and buried on the field."

Captain John George Schaw - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of George Schaw, merchant, of Glasgow.

Lieutenant Richard J. Thorley Stone - killed in the attack on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Here lies the body of Richard J. Thorley Stone Lieut. 55th Regt who fell while gallantly leading his party at the attack on the Quarries on the 7th June 1855. Aged 18 years."

57th Foot

Lieutenant James Collins Ashwin - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of James Collins Ashwin Lieut. 57th Regiment Killed in action June 18th 1855."
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Bretforton - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant James Collins Ashwin of the 57th Regt. He was killed before Sebastopol in the assault on the Great Redan June 18 AD 1855 aged 21."

Captain James Franklin Bland - wounded at Inkermann, 5th November 1854. died of wounds
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of James Franklyn Bland Captain 57th Regiment who died in Camp of a wound received in action November 5th 1854."

Lieutenant George Udney Hague - wounded at Inkermann, 5th November 1854. died of wounds - 12th November 1854.
Died on board the steamship 'Andes'. Son of Barnard Hague, of York.

Memorial on Cathcart's Hill - "George Udney Hague Lieut 57th Regiment wounded Novr 5th Died at sea Novr 11th 1854."
Memorial at St. Martins, Micklegate, York - "In memory of Barnard Hague Esquire, Deputy Lieutenant and Magistrate for the West Riding ... and of George Udney Hague, sixth son of the above, Lieutenant 57th Regiment, who fell dangerously wounded whilst nobly defending the Queens Colour of his regiment, at the Battle of Inkermann in the Crimea, on the 5th November and died at sea of his wounds on the 12th November 1854, aged 25."

Ensign George Mitchell - died of wounds - 28th March 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant George Mitchell 57th Regiment who died in Camp of a wound received in the trenches March 18th 1855."

Lieutenant George Herman Norman - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June. died of wounds - 30th June 1855
Son of G.W. Norman, of Bromley, Kent.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of George Herman Norman Captain 57th Regiment. Wounded June 18th Died in Camp June 30th 1855."
Memorial at Holy Trinity Church, Bromley - "Sacred to the memory of George Herman Norman Capt. 57th Regt. Wounded June 18th Died in camp June 30th 1855. Eldest son of George Warde Norman, of this parish and Sibella, his wife. Born at Bromley 26th July 1831, educated at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He was wounded in the head by a musket ball, while gallantly leading his company to the assault of the Redan on the 18th June 1855 and died in the British Camp before Sebastopol, June 30th 1855."

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Shadforth - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Aged 47. Son of Col. Shadforth, 47th Foot, of Sydney, Australia.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel Thomas Shadforth Commanding 57th Regiment Killed in action June 18th 1855."

Captain Edward Stanley - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854

62nd Foot

Lieutenant L. Blakiston - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855

Captain L.A. Cox - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855

Major William Francis Dickson - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Son of the late Lt-Gen. Sir Jeremiah Dickson, KCB.

Captain J.B. Forster - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855

Lieutenant-Colonel R. Shearman - wounded in the assault on the Quarries, 7th June. died of wounds - 8th June 1855

Lieutenant-Colonel L. Tyler - died of wounds - 23rd October 1855
Memorial on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lt. Col. Tyler 62d Regt. who died at Balaklava Hospital on the 23d October 1855 from the effects of a wound received at the assault on the Redan on the 8th Septr 1855."

Lieutenant G.J. White - killed at Sebastopol - 2nd May 1855
Memorial on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. G.J. White 62nd Regt who was killed in the trenches on the 2nd May 1855."

63rd Foot

Ensign James Hulton Clutterbuck - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 19. Son of Robert Clutterbuck, of Watford House, Herts.
Memorial at Harrow School Chapel -
"Ensign James Hulton Clutterbuck 63rd Regt fell at the Battle of Inkerman 5 Nov 1854 aged 19 yrs."

Lieutenant George C. Widdrington Curtois - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
The Times (4 Dec 1854) -
"Deaths. On the 5th ult., killed at the battle of Inkermann, Lieut. George C. Widdrington Curtois, 63d Regiment, eldest son of the late Rev. Dr. Curtois, Chaplain to the Forces, and grandson of the late Lieut.-Gen. Sir David Latimer Tinling Widdrington, K.C.H."

Major G.N. Harrison - killed at Sebastopol - 7th July 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Bt. Major G.N. Harrison 63rd Regt Killed 7th July 1855.

Lieutenant Thomas Kyd Morgan - died of wounds at Scutari - 11th December 1854
Buried at Scutari - "Sacred to the memory of Thomas Kyd Morgan Lieutenant HM 63rd Regt Second son of James Morgan of the City of Edinburgh in Scotland who died at Scutari 11th Decr 1854 of wounds received in the battle of Inkermann Aged 19."

Lieutenant-Colonel E.S.T. Swyny - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut.Colonel E.S.T. Swyny who fell on the 5th Novr 1854 when in comd of the 63rd Regt at the battle of Inkerman. Also in memory of Lieut. G.C.W. Curtois, Ensn H.T. Clutterbuck who fell in the same battle- the last two while carrying the Colors of the Regt Also in memory of Bt. Major G.N. Harrison who was killed whilst on duty at the trenches on the 7 July 1855."

Ensign H. Twysden - died of wounds - 9th November 1854

68th Foot (Light Infantry)

Lieutenant Frederick Grote Barker - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Son of George Barker, of Stanlake, Berkshire.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"In memory of Lieut F. Grote Barker 68th Light Infantry killed at the battle of Inkerman on the 5th November 1854."
Memorial at St. James Church, Ruscombe, Berkshire - "To the memory of Frederick Grote Barker Lieut. in HM 68th Regiment Light Infantry, second son of George Barker, of Stanlake in this parish, Esquire, who was killed at the Battle of Inkerman in the Crimea on the 5th November 1854 in the 22nd year of his age. This brave and amiable youth who was endeared by various qualities to all who knew him, fell at the head of a small band of his men while cheering them on to victory."

Captain R. Lloyd Edwards - killed at Sebastopol - 11th May 1855
Aged 22. Son of Richard Lloyd Edwards, of Nanhoron, Carnarvon.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn R. Lloyd Edwards 68th Light Infantry who was killed during a sortie on the trenches before Sebastopol on the 11th May 1855."

Lieutenant James Marshall - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 8th June 1855
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "In memory of Lieut James Marshall 68th Light Infantry who was killed in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 8th June 1855."
Memorial at Parish Church, Leeds, Yorkshire - "In memory of James Marshall Lieut 68th Light Infantry, second son of Thomas Horncastle Marshall, Judge of the County Courts of this district, who fell at the siege of Sevastopol on the 8th of June 1855 in the 20th year of his age."

Assistant-Surgeon J.F. O'Leary - killed at Sebastopol - 17th October 1854
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "In memory of Asst Surgn J.F. O'Leary 68th Light Infantry killed in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 17th October 1854."

Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Smyth - died of wounds - 28th November 1854
Buried at Scutari - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut Colonel Harry Smith 68th Light Infantry who died at Scutari on the 28th November 1854 of a wound received at the battle of Inkermann."

Major Heneage G. Wynne - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Son of W.G. Wynne, of Denbighshire.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"In memory of Major Heneage G. Wynne 68th Light Infantry killed at the battle of Inkerman on the 5th November 1854."
Memorial at Pentrefoelas Church, Clwyd - "Giving thanks to God for the dear memory of Heneage G. Wynne. Major 68th Durham Lt Infantry. Son of Charles W.G. Wynne of Voelas. Born Sept 19 1816. Killed at the Battle of Inkerman November 5 1854. The East window was placed in this church by his mother."

72nd Highlanders

Quartermaster J. Macdonald - died of wounds - 16th September 1855

77th Foot

Colonel Thomas Graham Egerton - killed in the capture of the Russian Rifle Pits - 19th April 1855
Aged 42. Son of General Sir Charles Egerton, Colonel 89th Foot.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"In memory of Colonel Graham Egerton 77th Regiment who was killed whilst commanding an attack on the Rifle Pits 20th April 1855."
Plaque at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth - "Col. Thomas Graham Egerton CB Commanding 77th Regt who fell at the capture of the Russian Rifle Pits on Apl 19 1855 age 42. DD: Officers of Regt."

Major Bentinck Duncan Gilby - died of wounds - 23rd July 1855
Memorial at St. James's Church, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Bentinck Duncan Gilby, 77th Regiment, eldest son of the Revd. F. Duncan Gilby, A.M., Incumbent of this Church. At the early age of 23 years this young officer was gazetted as Bt. Major for distinguished services in the trenches at the memorable siege of Sebastopol. Having received the Crimean medal with clasps for the famous battles of Alma and Balaklava, Major Gilby's brilliant, but short, career was terminated from the exhausting effects of wounds received in the trenches, July 23rd, 1855, aetat. 23. The members of the congregation of this church have erected this monument as a testimonial of affection and respect for their pastor, the Revd. F. Duncan Gilby, A.M., who, by  faithfully and zealously preaching the Gospel of Christ, humbly leads on to the fulfilment of that promised time, when wars shall cease, and sin and death shall be no more."

Captain Audley Lempriere - killed in the capture of the Russian Rifle Pits - 19th April 1855
Aged 20. Son of Rear-Admiral Lempriere, of Pelham, Hampshire.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"In memory of Audley Lempriere, Eldest son of Rear Admiral Lempriere of Pelham, Hampshire in England and Captain in the 77th Regiment who fell before Sebastopol while attacking the Russian Rifle Pits on the 19th April 1855. Aged 20 years."

Surgeon Christopher Macartney - died of wounds - 11th April 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "In memory of Surgeon Christr. Macartney MB of the 77th Regiment who died on the 11th April 1855."

Captain John Nicholson - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 27. Son of John Nicholson, of Brigg, Lincolnshire.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Nicholson 77th Regiment who was killed whilst gallantly leading on his company in a charge at the battle of Inkermann 5th November 1854."
Memorial at St. Peter & St. Paul Church, Mansfield - "Captain John Nicholson. Killed at the Battle of Inkerman on the 5th of November 1854 aged 27 years."

Captain W.B.C.A. Parker - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 34. From Halifax, Nova Scotia. Commemorated on a memorial at the Old Burying Ground, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "In memory of Captain Parker 77th Regiment who was killed at the attack on the Redan 8th September 1855."

Captain William Cecil George Pechell - killed at Sebastopol - 3rd September 1855
Son of Rear-Admiral Sir George and Lady Brooke Pechell.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"In memory of Captain William Cecil George Pechell 77th Regiment who was killed whilst gallantly doing his duty in advance of the fifth Parallel before Sebastopol 3rd September 1855."

88th Foot (Connaught Rangers)

Major Edward Bayley - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Major Bayley, Captain Corbett, Captain Wray, and Lieut Webb of the 88th Connaught Rangers who fell while assaulting the Quarries on the night of the 7th June 1855."

Captain Edmund Corbett - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Son of U. Corbett, of Aston Hall, Salop.

Captain Henry William Grogan - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Henry William Grogan 88th (Connaught Rangers) who fell while gallantly leading his company to the assault on the Redan on the 8th September 1855. This monument is erected by his brother officers who mourn a dear friend and brave comrade."

Lieutenant Arthur Dillon Maule - died of wounds at Scutari - 14th November 1854
Aged 23. Son of Lieut-Colonel Maule.
Buried at Scutari -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt and Adjt Arthur Dillon Maule 88th Conat. Rangers who died at Scutari 14th Novbr/54 from the effects of wounds received in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 26th Octobr 54."

Lieutenant Horatio Berthon Preston - killed at Sebastopol - 14th April 1855
Aged 17. Son of William Robert Preston, of New Forest, Hants.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant H.B. Preston. 88th (Connaught Rangers) who fell while doing his duty in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 14th April 1855. This is erected by his brother officers as a testimony of sincere regret for the loss of a young and gallant comrade."

Lieutenant Edward Henry Webb - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855
Son of Richard Webb, of Donnington Hall, Herefordshire.
Memorial at Parish Church, Donnington, Herefordshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Edward Henry Webb Lieutenant of the 88th Connaught Rangers and second youngest son of Richard Webb Esq of Donnington Hall in this parish, at the successful attack upon the Quarries before Sebastopol in the 22nd year of his age, having served his country in the Battles of Alma and Inkerman, he lies interred on the left of the Woronzoff Road, in a spot where also repose the remains of three Captains of his Regiment who fell the same day."

Captain Jackson Wray - killed in the assault on the Quarries - 7th June 1855

89th Foot

Captain Arundel Edmund Hill - died of wounds, as a Prisoner of War - 31st March 1855
Son of the late Capt. St. Leger Hill, 3rd Dragoon Guards. The Times states wounded and died 26th March.

90th Foot

Captain Henry Preston - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Son of the late Revd. William M.S. Preston, of Warcop Hall, Westmoreland.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Henry Preston, Lieut. Arthur D. Swift, Lieut. Hugh F. Wilmer, of HM 90th Lt. Inftry who were killed at the assault on the Redan on the 8th September 1855 also Capt. Herbert M. Vaughan of HM 90th Lt. Inftry who died on 12th September 1855 from wounds received on the 8th of the same month."

Lieutenant Arthur Delgarno Swift - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Aged 21. Son of Richard Swift, of Lynn, Co. Westmeath.

Captain Herbert M. Vaughan - wouned at the Redan 8th September. died 11th September 1855
Aged 26. Son of Lt-Col. Vaughan (90th Foot), of Langoedmore, Cardiganshire.

Lieutenant Hugh F. Wilmer - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855

93rd Highlanders

Lieutenant Robert Abercrombie - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Aged 21. Second son of Sir Robert Abercrombie, of Birkenbog and Forglen, Banffshire.

Major J. McGowan - died of wounds as a Prisoner of War - 14th August 1855

95th Foot

Lieutenant W.L. Braybrooke - died of wounds - 20th September 1854
Ceylon Rifles, attached 95th Foot. Wounded at the Alma and died on board HMS Vulcan. Carried a Colour at the Alma. Son of Colonel Braybrooke, Commanding Ceylon Rifles.

Major John George Champion - died of wounds at Scutari - 30th November 1854
Aged 39. Son of the late Major John Carey Champion, 21st Foot.
Buried at Scutari -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel J.G. Chapman 95th Regt who died at Scutari Hospital on the 30th November 1854 from a wound received while gallantly commanding his Regiment at the battle of Inkerman on the 5th Inst. He ever proved himself a thorough Gentleman and brave soldier."

Captain G.J. Dowdall - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Captain Frederick Henry Dymock - killed - 6th November 1855
Aged 20. Son of Revd. T.F. Dymock.
Buried at Ingour, Georgia -
"Captain Frederick Henry Dymock Aide-de-camp to Lieut. Colonel Simmons RE Queen's Commissioner with the Turkish Army under His Highness Omar Pasha. Killed in action 6th Novr 1855."

Lieutenant Edward W. Eddington - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of the late Capt. George Edington, of the Royals. Brother below.

Captain J.G. Eddington - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of the late Capt. George Edington, of the Royals. Brother above.

Captain Lionel Fraser - killed at Sebastopol - 31st August 1855
Son of Major-General Fraser, late Quartermaster-General at Ceylon.
Buried on Cathcart's Hill -
"In memory of Capt Lionel Fraser 95th Regt who died from a wound received in the trenches before Sebastopol 1st Septr 1855."

Lieutenant J.C. Kingsley - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854

Lieutenant Robert Graham Polhill - killed in action - battle of Alma - 20th September 1854
Son of Edward Polhill, of Brighton.
Memorial at All Saints Church, Renhold, Bedford - "In memory of Robert Graham Polhill, Lieutenant in Her Majestys 95th Regiment, who fell in front of his Regiment defending the Colours at the Battle of the Alma, September 20th 1854, aged 26. In this memorable action the 95th was most conspicuousand its loss enormous. Lieutenant Polhill was the second son of Edward Polhill, Esqre, of Brighton, and Anne Margaret, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Graham, Esqre, of Edmund Castle, Cumberland, and great grandson of Nathaniel Polhill, of Howbury, Eqsre, MP."

97th Foot

Lieutenant W. Derman - killed by a shell at Sebastopol - 18th August 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of the late Lieut and Adjutant W. Derman 97th Regt who was killed by a shell in the trenches on the 18th August 1855."

Lieutenant Reginald Cyril Goodenough - died of wounds - 20th September 1855
Aged 18. Son of Revd. R.W. Goodenough, vicar of Whittingham, Northumberland.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Goodenough 97th Regt who died of his wounds on the 20th Sept 1855 received at the assault on the Redan 8 Sept. 1855."
Memorial at St. Bartholomew Church, Whittingham, Northumberland - "To the memory of Reginald Cyril Goodenough aged 18 Lieutenant of the 97th Regiment of Foot. First born son of the Rev. Robert Goodenough, MA, Vicar of Whittingham. He fell mortally wounded within the Great Redan Battery, Sebastopol on the 8th day of September 1855 having led his soldiers to the assault in the first storming party. This monument is erected by his sorrowing parents."

Lieutenant-Colonel H.R. Handcock - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel H.R. Handcock 97th Regt. who was mortally wounded when leading the storming party of his regiment at the assault on the Redan 8th September 1855."

Captain J. Hutton - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of the late Capt Hutton 97th Regt who fell on the 8th Septr 1855 at the assault on the Redan."

Lieutenant A.D. McGregor - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of the late Lieut & Adjt McGregor 97th Regt who fell on the 8th Sepr 1855 at the assault on the Redan."

Lieutenant G.B. Preston - killed at Sebastopol - 31st August 1855
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of the late Lieut Preston 97th Regt who was killed in the trenches on the 31st August 1855."

Captain Hedley Shafto Vicars - killed at Sebastopol - 22nd March 1855
Aged 28. Son of the late Capt. Vicars, Royal Engineers.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"In memory of Captn Vicars 97th Regt who was killed in the sortie from Sebastopol on the night of the 22nd March 1855."

Major Augustus Frederick Welsford - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
Son of the late Lt-Col. Welsford, 101st Foot, of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Commemorated on memorial at the Old Burying Ground, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Second Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of the late Major Welsford 97th Regt. who fell on the 8th Sept. 1855 leading he ladder party at the assault on the Redan."

1st Rifle Brigade

Captain Aubrey Agar Cartwright - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854
Aged 28. Son of Colonel Cartwright, of Flore House, Northamptonshire.
Memorial at All Saints Church, Flore, Northamptonshire  - "To the memory of Aubry Agar Cartwright, second son of William and Mary Cartwright, Captain in the First Battalion of the Rifle Brigade who fell nobly at the Battle of Inkermann on the 5th November 1854 aged 29 years having served in that distinguished regiment at the Battles of the Alma and Balaclava in the Crimea and at Bloeme Plaatz in the Caffre War."

Major Edward Rooper - wounded at Inkermann, 5th Nov. 1854. died of wounds - 10th November 1854
Son of Revd. T.R. Rooper, of Wick Hill, Brighton. Died on board the steamer 'Golden Fleece' on journey to Malta.
Monument on Cathcart's Hill -
"Died of wounds Major E. Roper 10th Novr 1854."

Lieutenant Henry Tryon - killed at Sebastopol - 20th November 1854
Buried on Cathcart's Hill - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Henry Tryon Rifle Brigade Killed in action on the 20th November 1854."
Memorial in Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth - "The two standards within this altar space are given to the glory of God and in memory of Lieutenant Henry Tryon 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade who fell in the Crimea while in command of the gallant and successful attack against the Russian Rifle Pits on the 20th of November 1854. DD his mother."

2nd Rifle Brigade

Lieutenant Charles A.P. Boileau - wounded in the attack on the Redan 18th June 1855. Died at Malta 1st August.
Aged 19. Son of Sir John and Lady Katherine Boileau, of Ketteringham, Norfolk.

Lieutenant Lionel Stuart Traquiar Munro Cary - wounded at Sebastopol 1st September 1855. died of wounds at Malta - 9th November 1855. Aged 18 years and 9 months. Son of Henry George Cary, of Torre Abbey, Devon. Wounded severely in the hand. Died at Pieta House, Malta, the residence of his brother-in-law.

Captain Edward Rowland Forman - killed in the attack on the Redan - 18th June 1855
Son of the late Edward Forman.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. E.R. Forman. 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade who was killed at the assault on the Redan on the 18th June 1855 aged 33 years, this stone is erected by his brother officers."

Captain M.M. Hammond - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Capt. M.M. Hammond. 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade who was killed at the assault on the Redan on the 18th June 1855 aged 30 years."

Lieutenant Leonard Neil Malcolm - killed at Inkermann - 5th November 1854.
Aged 19. Son of John Malcolm, of Lamorbey, Kent.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. L. Neil Malcolm. 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade who was killed at the battle of Inkmerman on the 5 Novr 1854 aged 19 years."

Lieutenant Henry Stewart Ryder - killed in the attack on the Redan - 8th September 1855.
Aged 21 (ref. The Times). Son of Lady Georgina Ryder, of Westbrook Hay, Hertfordshire. Educated at Harrow.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. H.S. Ryder. 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade who was killed at the assault on the Redan on the 18th June 1855 aged 20 years."
Memorial at St. Lawrence Church, Bovingdon, Herts. - "Sacred to the memory of Henry Stewart Ryder, Lieut. 2nd Batt Rifle Brigade, who fell in the assault on the Redan September 8th 1855. Aged 20 years. This memorial to him is raised by residents in and near Bovingdon in admiration of his gallant conduct in the Crimea."

Lieutenant Edmund Samuel Grimshaw Woodford - killed at Sebastopol - 30th June 1855.
Aged 18. Son of Lt-Col. Woodford (Rifle Bde), of the Cliff, Preston, Lancashire.
First Brigade, Light Division cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. E.S.G. Woodford 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade who died from wounds received in the trenches on the 30th June 55. Aged 18 years."


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