Campbell - Lord Loudon's Regiment - died of wounds Battle of
Culloden - 16th April 1746
Captain Colin Campbell - Militia - died of wounds Battle of Culloden - 16th April 1746
Colonel James Gardiner - killed at Prestonpans - 1745
Captain Grossette - Brigadier Price's Regiment - Killed Battle of Culloden - 16th April 1746
Captain Lord Robert Kerr - Lieutenant-General Barrell's Regiment - Killed Battle of Culloden - 16th April 1746
Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Robert Munro - Black Watch - killed at Falkirk - 1746
Fraser - Black Watch - killed at Bergen-op-Zoom -1747
Son of Culduthel.
Peirson - killed at Jersey, Channel Islands - 5th January
Memorial at St. Helier's Church, Jersey - "To the memory of Major Francis Peirson who when this Island was invaded by the French, fell, bravely fighting at the head of the British & Island troops. He died in the flower of youth and in the moment of victory on the fifth day of January 1781 aged 24. The States of the Island in grateful testimony of their deliverance caused this monument to be erected at the public expense."
William Gomm - 55th Foot - killed at Guadeloupe - 2nd July 1794.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Penzance - "Sacred to the memory of Mary Alleyne Gomm (formerly Maynard) of the Island of Barbados, relict of Lieutenant Colonel William Gomm, of the 55th Regiment, killed in the storming of Point a Pitre, in the Island of Guadaloupe, the 2nd of July 1794. She died at Penzance the 20th of April 1796; in the 35 year of her age, and was buried in the Cemetery attached to this church. This memorial is renewed in the month of June 1836, by Colonel Sir William Maynard Gomm, KCB., only surviving child of the deceased, and Elizabeth Anne his wife, on the rebuilding of the church."
Alexander Fraser - 92nd Foot - killed at Bergen and
Egmont - 2nd of October 1799
Captain William Mackintosh - 92nd Foot - killed at Bergen and Egmont - 2nd of October 1799
Lieutenant Gordon M'Hardy - 92nd Foot - killed at Bergen and Egmont - 2nd of October 1799
Lyde Brown - 21st Regt. Royal North British Fusiliers
- killed at Dublin - 23rd of July 1808
Memorial in St. James's Church, Dublin. Killed by Irish rebels.
Charles Rowan Grice-Hutchinson, DSC - HMS London - died of
wounds 6th May 1949.
Memorial at Church of the Good Shepherd, The Hook, Upton upon Severn - "In loving memory of Lieutenant Commander Charles Rowan Grice-Hutchinson D.S.C. and Bar, Royal Navy Mortally wounded in action on Yangtse River April 21st 1949 while navigating officer of HMS London. Died at Hong Kong May 6th 1949."