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Abbott - Major-General Augustus, CB - Bengal Artillery - died 25th February 1867.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Augustus Abbott. Major General of the Royal Artillery. Companion of the Bath. Born 7 January 1804. Died 25 February 1867. Sophia Frances his wife Born 15 December 1821. Died 7 June 1903. Augustus Keith, their eldest son, late Major in the Bengal Staff Corps. Born 16 July 1844. Died 19 March 1904."

Abbott - Major Augustus - Bengal Army - 7th June 1903.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Augustus Abbott. Major General of the Royal Artillery. Companion of the Bath. Born 7 January 1804. Died 25 February 1867. Sophia Frances his wife Born 15 December 1821. Died 7 June 1903. Augustus Keith, their eldest son, late Major in the Bengal Staff Corps. Born 16 July 1844. Died 19 March 1904."

Abbott - Colonel Peter - 72nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th December 1861.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Peter Abbott 72nd Regiment Bengal N.I. who departed this life on 8th December 1861aged 51 years and 8 months at Deyrah leaving a large circle of sorrowing friends."

Abbott - Major-General William - Royal Munster Fusiliers - died 28th April ..... ?
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of William Henry Abbott, Major General late Commanding 1 Battalion Royal Munster Fusiliers. Died 28 April -----."

Adair - Captain Richard Bratton - Royal Artillery - died 27th December 1863.
Commissioned 1838.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"In memory of Richard Bratton Adair late Captain Royal Artillery, he fell asleep in Jesus on the 27th Dec. 1863 aged 42."

Adams - Lieutenant Francis - 37th Madras Native Infantry - died 10th December 1862.
Memorial in St. Mary's Church, Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Francis Adams 37th Grenadiers who died Jeypore on the 10th December 1862 aged 26. Universally regretted."

Adams - Major-General Sir John Withington, GCB - died 9th March 1837.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General Sir John Withington Adams, G.C.B. who after a distinguished career of 57 years in India in the service of the Honorable East India Company, departed this life on the 9th March 1837, in the 74th year of his age. This tomb is erected over his remains, in commemoration of his private virtues. Agra contains the monument of his public services."

Adams - Major Robert Roy - Bengal Staff Corps - Murdered 22nd January 1865.
Served in Gwalior campaign, 1843-44, and the Indian Mutiny. At Peshawar, on the 15th January 1865, he was attacked and stabbed in the back. He died on the 22nd. He was the father of Major-General Robert Adams, CB,VC.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar-
"The grave of Robert Roy Adams Major in H.M.s Indian Staff Corps and Depy. Commissioner in the Punjab called to Peshawur, as an officer of rare capacity for, a frontier. Wise, just and courageous in all things faithful he came only to die at his post, struck down by the hand of an assassin on the 22nd Jany 1865 1865 aged 43.'
St. Luke's Church, Abbottabad: "In memory of Robert Roy Adams, Major in the Bengal Staff Corps and Deputy Commissioner in the Punjab assassinated at Peshawur on the 22nd January 1865. Here in Huzara where always with wisdom courage and consideration he did his duty to the Government and to the people it is fit that his name should be inscribed as a devoted soldier of the Frontier."

Adey - Lieutenant-Colonel William - 68th Foot - died 7th November 1763.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Wotton-under-Edge, Glos. -
"Near this place are deposited the remains of William Adey of Uley in this County Eqsr whose military abilities exerted in the service of his country acquired him tha rank of Lieut Col in the 68th Regiment. In his private character he discharged the social duties of life with tenderness and humanity. He died the 7th of Novr 1763 aged 39. His widow out of an affectionate regard for his memory caused this monument to be erected. Ann Adey the widow of Lieut Col William Adey died Decr 30th 1776 aged 47."

Agnew - Captain C.A. - 16th Lancers - died 22nd March 1873.
Memorial at Bangalore -
"Sacred to the Memory of The Officers & N.C.Officers & Soldiers of the 16th (Queens) Lancers Who died while serving their country in the East Indies Between the Years 1865 and 1876. Capt W.P. Bagenal 25 November 1868 - C.A. Agnew 22 March 1873 - T. Dynon 31 March 1874 - Lieut A.C. Dobree 02 August 1867 - Asst Surg. R.D. Kemp 19 May 1872 - V. Surg. T.J. Richardson 18 June 1869."

Aitken - Brigadier-General Arthur Edward - Indian Army - died 29th March 1924.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In loving memory of Arthur Edward Aitken Brigadier General I.A. Born London May 25 1861 died Rome March 29 1924."

Aitken - Captain George - 13th Foot - died 29th October 1831.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. George Aitken H.M. 13th Lt. Infantry, who died in Fort William on the 29th Oct. 1831, aged 36 yrs."

Alexander - Colonel Frederick Morris - Madras Light Cavalry - died 8th March 1916.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Colonel Frederick Morris Alexander (Caledon) Madras Light Cavalry (Prince of Wales Own) who died in Rome in his 79 year 8th March 1916."

Alexander - Lieutenant John Staples - Bengal Engineers - died 1st July 1813.
Son of Rev. Robert Alexander, born 2nd March 1820 at Hillsborough, Co. Down. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal).
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of John Staples Alexander, Lieutenant in the Corps of Bengal Engineers who departed this life on the 1st day of July AD 1813 aged 23 years 4 months. in testimony of their regard for his character his brother officers have erected this tomb."

Alexander - Colonel William Patrick - Royal Artillery - died 16th May 1910.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of John Alexander late of the HEICS. Born at St. Andrews May 8th 1823. Died at Cheltenham May 16th 1910. Also of his son William Patrick Alexander (Colonel RA). Born 1866. Died October 1921."

Allen - Surgeon-Major A. - Rifle Brigade - died 4th December 1876.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Surgeon Major A. Allen. Late Rifle Brigade who died at Rawalpindi 4 Dec 1876."

Allen - Captain Griffith - 98th Foot - died 2nd November 1884.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Griffith Allen. Captain 98th Prince of Wales Regiment. Eldest son of Thomas Allen, Barrister-at-Law of Freestone Hall, Pembrokeshire, South Wales and 42 Connaught Square, London, and Emily, his wife, who after being invalided from the Zhob Valley Expedition, died at Quetta on the 2nd November 1884. Aged 33 years."

Allom - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Edward - Bombay Artillery - died 23rd November 1849.
Born 1827. Served in the Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Edward Allom 2nd Lieut. Bombay Artillery who died at Peshawur Novr 23rd 1849 aged 22 years."

Alston - Captain William - Bengal Army - died 21st September 1786.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"In memory of Captain William Alston who departed this life on the 21 September 1786 aged 42 years. most sincerely lamented by all his friends."

Altay - Major-General Edward, CB - Royal Artillery - died 1st December 1895.
Memorial at St. Nicholas church, Ashchurch, Glos. -
"Major General Edward Altay, C.B. Royal Artillery December 9th 1824. December 1 1895 buried at La Sallaz, Lausanne. Erected in loving memory by his daughter Florence, wife of Colonel Henry Gillun-Webb of Walton House in this Parish."

Ames - Lieutenant-Colonel W.R., OBE - 4/7th Rajputs - died 22nd October 1932.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel W.R. Ames, OBE. Late 4th Battalion 7th Rajput Regiment. Died Rawalpindi 22 Oct. 1932. Aged 53 years."

Amsinck - Ensign John - Madras Infantry - died 3rd May 1832.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign John Amsinck of the Madras Infantry who died on the 3rd May 1832 aged 23 years."

Anderson - Captain Arthur Cortlandt - 5th Bengal Cavalry - died 25th May 1870.
Grave at Peshawar -
"To the memory of Arthur Cortlandt Anderson. Captain 5th Bengal Cavalry. Died 25th May 1870. Aged 29 years."

Anderson - Captain David Dalrymple - Royal Artillery - died 12th July 1868.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"In Memory of David Dalrymple Anderson Esq. Captain Royal Artillery, who died at Bangalore in 12 July, 1868 Age 35 yrs. This Tablet is erected by Officers, NCO and men of his Late regiment. In affectionate remembrance of a devoted Officer a gallant soldier and a warm hearted comrade."

Anderson - Major Fearnley, DSO, MC - Seaforth Highlanders - died 8th April 1923.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In loving memory of Fearnley Anderson DSO MC Major Seaforth Highlanders aged 39 years and Norman Charles Orr, Major Seaforth Highlanders aged 39 years. Both gazetted to the regiment on 22nd October 1902. Killed by tribesmen near Landikotal 8th April 1923."

Anderson - Colonel John Cumming, C.S.I. - Madras Engineers - died 12th October 1870.
Served at Lucknow 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Simla -
"John Cumming Anderson Colonel Royal Engineers C.S.I. died October 12th 1870. Erected by the brother officers associated with him in the P.W. Secretariat of the Govt of India."

Anderson - Colonel Thomas - 78th Foot - died 11th February 1876.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Thomas Anderson Late Captain Of H.M. 78th Highlanders. Died at Ashton House, Westward Ho Feb 11th 1876 Aged 48 years."

Anderson - Lieutenant William Henry - Bombay Artillery - died 22nd June 1849.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Died of 'brain fever'.
Grave at Multan -
"In memory of W.H. Anderson, Lt Bombay Artillery who departed this life at Mooltan June 22nd 1849 age 20."

Anderson - Lieutenant W.T. - 20th Bengal Native Infantry - died 24th August 1858.
Grave at the Christian Cemetery, Gwalior - "Sacred to the memory of W.T. Anderson Lieut. 20th Regt B.N.I. who died at Mooror on the 24th Augt 1858 Aged 20 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a slight mark of their esteem and regard."

Andrews - Major Charles - 2nd European Regiment - died 15th August 1842.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of Major C. Andrews of the 2nd European Regt who departed this life on the 15th August 1842 aged 56 years. This tomb is created by his brother officers, to whom he was endeared by the kindness of his heart and benevolence of his disposition, as a testimony of their esteem and regard."

Andrews - Surgeon R. - 14th Light Dragoons - died 3rd June 1847.
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of Surgeon R. Andrews, H.M. 14th Light Dragoons, who died on the 3d June 1847, aged 34 years, deeply regretted by his comrades. This tomb is erected by his beloved sister."

Angelo - Lieutenant-Colonel John - 3rd Bengal Light Cavalry - died 29th March 1860.
Son of Anthony and Elizabeth Angelo. (His father was originally Anthony Angelo Malevolti Tresamondo, of Sienna, Italy). Married Louisa Neate in 1818. Served 3rd Mahratta war 1817, Bhurtpore 1826 (medal and bar), Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
His grandfather was the famous fencing master and feared duellist in Italy.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. Col. John Angelo Bengal Establishment late 3rd Light Cavalry. Born in London 26th September 1792. Died at Deyrah 29th March 1860 in his 68th year."

Annesley - Lieutenant Francis Charles - 28th Foot - died 6th March 1878.
Served 28th Foot 1865-1874.
Grave at Penang -
"Sacred to the memory of Francis Charles Annesley Asst. Suptd of Police Penang. Formerly Lieut. 28th Regt. Born 13th February 1846. Died in Penang 6th March 1878."

Annesley - Major-General W.R. - 97th Foot - died 26th May 1896.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Major General W.R. Annesley Late Lieut. Colonel 97th Regt. Born 23rd May 1827. Died 26th March 1896 Also Isabel Annesley widow of the above Died April 28th 1927 Aged 82."

Anson - Captain Octavius Henry St. George - 9th Lancers - died 14th January 1859 .
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bars?)
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"To the beloved memory of Octavius Henry St. George Anson H.M. 9th Lancers who departed this life at Deyrah 14th January 1859 in the 42nd year of his age. His death was caused by disease brought on by exposure and fatigue during the campaigns of 1857/1858 before Delhi and Lucknow. This monument is erected by his devotedly attached but deeply afflicted widow."

Apperley - Captain Henry - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 1st July 1845.
Grave at Chini -
"Sacred to the memory of Bt Captain Henry of the Bengal Horse Artillery who departed this life on the 1st July 1845, aged 33 years and 9 months this tomb is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem and regard."

Apperley - Lieutenant Herbert - 6th Bengal Native Infantry - died 7th November 1838.
Grave at Allyghur -
"To the memory of Herbert Apperley, Esq. Lieutenant 6th Regt. Bengal N.I. who died at Cuttack on the 7th November 1838, deeply and sincerely regretted, aged 32 years, 5 months. This tomb was erected by the officers of his Regiment as a testimony of their regard and esteem."

Applegate - 2nd Lieutenant F.W. - Wiltshire Regiment - died 2nd June 1901.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of 2nd Lieutenant F.W. Applegate, 1st Wiltshire Regiment, who died of enteric fever 2nd June 1901. Erected by his brother officers."

Armitage - 2nd Lieutenant A.H. - Duke of Wellington Regt. - died 7th May 1902.
Grave at Cantonment Cemetery, Rangoon -
"2nd Lieut. A.H. Armitage 2nd Battalion, Duke of Wellington Regiment. Died 7th May 1902. Erected by his brother officers and NCO's of his regiment."

Armstrong - Cornet David - 2nd Bengal Native Cavalry - died 22nd April 1815.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of Cornt Davd Armstrong (of the 2nd regt N. Cavalry) obiit 22nd April 1815. aged 24 years."

Armstrong - Captain David - 7th Foot - died 8th August 1830.
Memorial at Leamington -
"In memory of Captain John Armstrong, late of Cherry Valley, in the County of Antrim, Ireland, 1830."
Memorila at Gartree Church - "Erected by the Spontaneous and Voluntary Contributions of a Grateful people, to the memory of John Armstrong, Captain of the 7th Fusiliers, the late truly respected agent of the Hon. Hercules Pakenham, who, while in that office, discharged the Duty thereof, with great impartiality and much mildness among the tenantry, and with the strictest fidelity to the landlord. Obiit August 8th 1830. Aetatis 68. Bred to arms and conversant in Camps, it could not be expected that he would have understood or regarded with interest, the toils and difficulties of farmers. But with these, he soon rendered himself acquainted with the sanction of the Landlord, (who has on all occasions identified his interests with those of his tenantry) lowered the high rate of rent laid on their farms during the French War, to one more proportionate to the produce of the land in peaceful times."

Armstrong - Captain William Henry - 21st Foot - died 29th November 1841.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain William Henry Armstrong late of Her Majesty's 21st Regiment, or Royal North British Fusiliers, who died at Calcutta on the eve of his departure for England, on the 29th of Nov. 1841, after an illness of 24 hours, aged 35 years. He was the eldest of three brothers who entered Her Majesty's Service, and died within three years of each other, the second in Canada, and the third in Western Australia."

Arney - Colonel Charles - 11th Hussars
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of Colonel Charles Augustus Arney. HM 51st and 58th Regts and 11th Hussars. Died 6 April 1872 at Cheltenham."

Arnold - Ensign Charles Jebb - 77th Foot - died 9th June 1867.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Jebb Arnold, Ensign, 77th Regiment who died at Peshawar 9th June 1867. Aged 22 years 2 months. Erected by his brother officers."

Arnold - Major-General Sir John, KCB - 10th Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th October 1836.
Monument at Barrackpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Sir John Arnold, a Knight of the Most Honorable Military Order of the Bath, a Major General and Colonel of the Tenth Regiment of Bengal N.I. who after a period of 58 years passed in the service of His Majesty and the Hon'ble E.I. Company, expired at Barrackpore on the 8th October 1836, aged 81 years 7 months. HIs services in the field (particularly during the early part of his Military career) have been frequently acknowledged by his country, and rendered him truly deserving of the honors with which he was rewarded by his Sovereign. As a member of society and as a great patronof fine hearts, Sir John was esteemed and respected by all who knew him, and this tomb is erected to his memory by his beloved and affectionate daughter, as a due mark of her respect and gratitude for a deceased parent."

Ashburner - Lieutenant-Colonel Francis - 2nd Dragoon Guards - died 10th January 1934.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Francis James Ashburner late Lieut. Colonel 2nd Dragoon Guards. Died 10th January 1934. Aged 86."

Ashton - Brigadier-Surgeon William - Royal Army Medical Corps - died 19th September 1904.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Brigadier Surgeon William Ashton, RAMC of Doneraile, Co. Cork, Ireland. Born 6 April 1835. Died 19 September 1904. And his grandson Cdr. William Ashton DSC, RN Born Canada 15 January 1914. Died Devizes 15 December 1986."

Atkins - Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Alan Garvay - Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers - died 28th February 1966.
Grave at Garvagh Graveyard, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland -
"In loving memory of Lt. Col. Edward Alan Garvay Atkins the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers died 28th Feb. 1966."

Atkinson - Captain James S. - 61st Foot - died 25th August 1847.
Served Maharajpoor 1843 (39th Foot - star, wounded). Exchanged to 61st Foot in 1846.
Grave is in Ambala Cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain J.S. Atkinson H.M.s 61st Regt. who died at Umballah on the 25th August 1847. Aged 38 1/12 years."

Atkinson - Major John - 89th Foot - died 22nd April 1861.
Son of Adam Atkinson, of Lorbottle, Northumberland. Born 12th April 1829.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John Atkinson 89th regt who died on the 22nd April 1861 at Umballa aged 32 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem & regard."

Aubert - Lieutenant Frederick - 30th Bengal Native Infantry - died 25th January 1847.
Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal) and Sutlej 1846 (medal).
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Frederick Aubert 30th Regt. N.I. who departed this life on the 25th January 1847, aged 25 years. This monument has been erected by his brother officers in token of the esteem and regard in which he was held."

Auchinleck - Brigadier-General William Lowry - died 13th February 1891.
Born 3rd Dec. 1840, son of Daniel Eccles Auchinleck, of Crevenagh, Tyrone. Ensign 53rd Foot in 1857. Served in Oudh 1858 (medal), Afghanistan 1879-80 (medal, commanding 63rd Foot), Egypt 1882 (medal, Khedives star).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In memory of Brigr General W. Lowry Auchinleck commanding Sirhind district who died at Umballa 13th February 1891, aged 49 years."

Austen - Captain George Powell - 18th Bengal Native Infantry - died 24th May 1853.
Born in Ireland in 1811. Served Punjab 1849 (medal).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain G.P. Austen 18th regiment N.I. who died at Umballa 24th May 1853 aged 42 years."

Austen - Colonel John, KH - died 15th March 1859.
Grave at St Peter's, Leckhampton, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Col. John Austen, KH who departed this life at Cheltenham on the 15th March 1859 aged 79 years. Also of Jane Harriet, widow of the above who departed this life January 18th 1868 aged 87 years."

Aylett - Captain James - 20th Foot - died 21st May 1882.
Memorial -
"Erected by his Beloved wife 1888 their children Jane - Arthur - Georgiana - Maria - James. In Memory of James Aylett - late A Capt. in H.M. 20th Regt. Served through the Crimean Campaign & India Mutiny died at Campbellton NB, May 21 1882 age 66 yrs."