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Cadell - Colonel Robert - Bengal Army - died 23rd March 1901.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Colonel Robert Cadell late Bengal Staff Corps who died 23rd March 1901. Aged 71 years."

Caddell - Captain Walter - 36th Bengal Native Infantry - died 22nd June 1847.
Grave at Hoshiarpur -
"To the memory of Captain Walter Caddell of the 36th regiment Bengal Native Infantry who departed this life on the 22nd June 1847 aged 39 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their respect."

Calamy - Colonel William - Royal Marine Artillery - died 17th July 1856.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Cheltenham -
"In memory of Colonel William Calamy RMA died July 17th 1856 aged 63 years."

Caldwell - Lieutenant George Ross - 7th Dragoon Guards - Died 11th December 1859.
Served Crimea 1855 (Land Transport Corps - medal and bar).
Grave at Sialkote -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant George Ross Caldwell H.M. 7th (Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards who departed this life at Sealkote on the 11th day of December 1859 aged 31 years. This stone has been erected to his memory by his brother officers as a mark of their sincere respect and esteem."

Caldwell - Colonel Hugh - Bengal Army - died 21st February 1882.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Hugh Caldwell Colonel in HM Bengal Army Born September 3rd 1785 died at Rome February 21st 1882."

Caldwell - Quartermaster William - 9th Dragoons - died 27th May 1787.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Here lieth the body of Br. William Caldwell, Late Quartermaster in his Majesty's 9th Regiment of Foot, who departed this life the 27th day of May 1787, aged 23 years."

Caley - Major-General Henry Francis - 64th Bengal Native Infantry - died 21st December 1866.
Born in Doncaster, Yorkshire 15th May 1792. Served Nepal 1815 (medal and bar).
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General H.F. Caley of the late 64th Bengl Native Infantry Born 15th May 1792 Died 21st Decr 1866 Aged 74 years 7 months & 6 days."
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "In memory of Major General H.F. Caley, formerly 64th Regiment BNI, who after an honorable career of 59 years in India died on the 21 Dec. 1866 at Rawul Pindee of which station he was Brigadier. Aged 74 yrs. This tablet is erected by several of his friends and brother officers as a mark of esteem and regard."

Calley - Captain Henry - Royal Horse Artillery - died 24th November 1898.
Lieut. 1881. Capt. 1890.
Memorial at Holy Cross Church, Chisledon, Wiltshire -
"To the glory of God and in memory of Henry Calley Captain RHA who died at Meerut Nov. 24th 1898 aged 37. This window is dedicated by his mother, brothers & sisters."

Calley - Captain John Digby - 16th Lancers - died 16th February 1894.
Memorial at Holy Cross Church, Chisledon, Wiltshire -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of John Digby Calley Captain 16th Lancers who died at Lucknow February 16th 1894 aged 33. This vestry amd organ chamber is dedicated by his mother, brother & sisters."

Calthorp - Major Everard Ferguson - Royal Field Artillery - killed 19th December 1915.
St. Andrew's, Great Malvern -
"Everard Ferguson Calthorp. Major R.F.A. Born March 9 1876. Killed in action at Ypres on Sunday morning Dec. 19, 1915. He fought in S. Africa 1899-1902 and was at Tsing-Taou 1914 being Military Attache in Japan 1914-1915. As a boy he lived for a time on this common."

Cameron - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles - 3rd Foot -
died 15th May 1827.
Grave at Chinsurah -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut-Col. Charles Cameron, Major in His Majesty's 3d Regt. of Foot (or Buffs) a brave and distinguished officer, died on the 15th May 1827, aged 48 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Cameron - Captain Ewen Hay - Royal Engineers - died 28th June 1885.
Grave at Quetta -
"Ewen Hay Cameron. Captain, Royal Engineers, died at Darwaza 28 June 1885."

Campbell - Ensign Alexander - 55th Foot - died 8th February 1833.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary
- "Sacred to the memory of Alexander Campbell, Esq., of Ballochyle, Argyleshire, Ensign H.M.’s 55th Foot, died of spasmodic cholera, 8 Feb. 1833, aged 20 years and 6 months. This tomb was erected by his mother."

Campbell - Major Colin Frederick - 46th Foot - Died 14th September 1868.
Served Crimea 1854-55 (medal and bar, Legion of Honor, Order of Medjidie 5th class, wounded).
Grave at Simla -
"IHS. This stone marks the grave of Colin Frederick Campbell H.M.'s 46th Regt who died at Simla 14th September 1868. Aged 44 years. Erected by his numerous friends as a last token of their sincere regard."

Campbell - Admiral Sir George, GCB - Royal Navy - died 23rd January 1821.
Memorial in Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"Sacred to the memory of Sir George Campbell GCB Admiral of the White Squadron of his Majesty's fleet. He was the son of Pryse Campbell Esq. of Cawdor Castle of Nairn NB and brother of Lord Cawdor. He married Eustatia, daughter of I.H.Campbell Esq. Lord Lyon King at Arms for Scotland, brother of Pryse Campbell Esq. He died Commander in Chief at Portsmouth, January 23rd 1821 aged 59. Having served 49 years in the Royal Navy in which he eminently distinguished himself in most arduous and essential services, in consideration of which and his high character. His present majesty in the most gracious manner appointed him groom of the bed chamber and conferred on him the most honourable Military Order of the Bath."

Campbell - Captain George Duncan - 25th Punjab Infantry - died 8th June 1903.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In memory of George Duncan Campbell. Captain. 25th Punjab Infantry who died at Peshawar 8th June 1903. Aged 30 years."

Campbell - Captain Howard Douglas - 78th Highlanders - died 16th August 1857
Memorial at All Souls Church, Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Howard Douglas Campbell Captain in the 78th Highlanders Who died at Cawnpore of Cholera on the 16th of August 1857. Deeply regretted by his brother officers who have erected this tablet."

Campbell - Lieutenant-Colonel James - 11th Native Infantry - died 25th September 1844.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Campbell of the 11th Regiment N.I. who died at this station on the 25th of September 1844 aged 44 1/2 years. This monument is erected by the officers of the 14th and 33rd Regiments and by the voluntary subscriptions of the Native Commissioned, Non-Commissioned officers and privates of the latter corps in which he rose regimentally, and which he commanded for nearly six years: and of the other sincere and sorrowing friends in testimony of their affectionate regard for his memory and deep sorrow for his loss."

Campbell - Major-General James - 95th Foot - died 18th November 1853.
Grave in Kensal Green Cemetery, London -
"To the memory of Major-General James Campbell, K.H. late Commanding 95th Regiment who departed this life on the 18th of November 1853 in the 67th year of his age. This tablet is erected as a tribute of her gratitude and affection by his surviving widow Elizabeth Campbell."

Campbell - Captain John - 22nd Foot - died 11th November 1783.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland -
"Here lie the remains of Captain John Campbell, late of her Majesty's 22d Regiment of Foot, and of Mary, his spouse. He was nephew to the first Duke of Argyle, and cousin-german to his son, the great and worthy John; but distinguished not more by his lineage than by an honourable discharge of the duties of his profession, by mild and amiable disposition, and by a conduct becoming a steady friend and an honest man. He died on the 11th day of November 1783, in the 70th year of his age."

Campbell - Major John - 52nd Madras Native Infantry - died 15th June 1838.
Grave at Hyderabad -
"To the memory of Major John Campbell, 52d M.N.I. who died 15th June 1838, while officiating as Resident at the Court of H.M. the Nizam, aged 50 years. This monument was erected by his friends in testimony of their esteem and regard for his public and private character."

Campbell - Captain John - 12th Madras Native Infantry - died 3rd December 1809.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary
- "Captain John Campbell, 12th Regt., N.I., died 3rd Decr. 1809, aged 26 years. Deputy Judge Advocate of the Ceded Districts."

Campbell - Captain John Charles - 9th Foot - Died 18th August 1843.
Served Afghanistan 1842. Grave at Subathu -
"In memory of Captain J.C. Campbell, Hr Ms 9th Foot who died at Subathoo 18th August 1843. Aged 34 years 4 months and 6 days. This monument is erected by his brother officers."

Campbell - Major John Forbes - Bengal Staff Corps - died 30th January 1869.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Burma 1853 (medal and bar), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Buried in Attock Cemetery.

Campbell - Lieutenant John Wemyss - Cureton's Horse - died 12th September 1860.
Son of Colonel Charles Campbell (Bengal Army). Born 6th April 1834 at Hawalbagh, Kamaon.
Tablet in St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of John Weymss Campbell, Lieut. 2nd in command of Cureton's Horse who died at Asnee on the 12th September 1860 aged 26 years only and dearly loved son of Major General Charles Campbell of Kinlock late in the 42nd N.I. & Paymaster at Rawul Pindee."

Campbell - Lieutenant Kenneth Donald John - 29th Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th January 1856.
Son of Major Kenneth Campbell (45th N.I.) Born at Neemuch, 27th June 1831.
Grave at Shahpur -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt K.D.J. Campbell 29th Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 12th July 1856 Aged 25 years."
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut Frederick McCombe Turner of the 29th regiment N.I. who died at Bombay on the 14th January 1856 aged 27 years. also to Lieutenant Kenneth Donald John Campbell of the same corps who died near Shahpore in the Punjab on the 12th July 1856 aged 25 years. This tablet is erected by their brother officers as a memento of the high esteem and regard in which they were universally held in the regiment."

Campbell - 2nd Lieutenant St. John Dacres Montgomery - York & Lancaster Regiment - died 26th June 1908.
Grave at Quetta -
"St. John Dacres Montgomery Campbell. 2nd Lieutenant York and Lancaster Regiment. Killed by a fall on Mount Murdar 26 June 1908. Aged 22 1/2 years."

Campbell - Captain William Frederick - 64th Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th August 1840.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"This tomb is erected by Brigadier Hamilton, Lieut-Colonel Moseley, and officers of the 64th regt. N.I. to commemorate the great worth and high merits of their esteemed brother officer. the late Capt. William Frederick Campbell, 64th regt. N.I. who departed this life at Delhi, on the 29th August 1840. aged 32 years."

Cannon - Surgeon-General Henry - Bengal Army - died 12th October 1892.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Henry Mills Cannon, Surgeon General HM Bengal Army. Born 12th April 1820. Died 12th October 1892 at 10 Eaton Place London. Also of Annie Lucy Cannon wife of the above. born 25 February 1832. Fell asleep in Jesus 7 March 1902."

Carew - Colonel Richard Hugh, DSO - Royal Army Medical Corps - died 24th September 1902.
Born 10th August 1841. Served Abyssinia 1867-8 (medal), Sikkim 1888 (medal and bar, DSO), Tochi 1897 (medal and bar).
Grave at Srinagar -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Richard Hugh Carew, D.S.O. Royal Army Medical Corps, late Principal Medical Officer, Rawalpindi District who died at Srinagar on 24th Septr. 1902. Aged 61 years. Deeply mourned. This stone is erected by his brother officer."

Carey - Major-General Constantine Phipps, CB - Royal Engineers - died 7th December 1906.
Husband of Isabella Shirley. Their son, Captain Leicester Carey (Royal Fusiliers) was killed October 20th 1914 (see entry)
Memorial at St. Peter's Port Church, Guernsey -
"In loving memory of Major General Constantine Phipps Carey CB, RE. Born May 29th 1835. Died December 7th 1906. Son of James Carey of La Bigoterie, Guernsey."

Carey - Major-General George Jackson , CB - 18th Foot -
died 12th June 1872.
Ensign, Cape Mounted Rifles1845. Kaffir Wars, 1846-7. Brevet-Lieut.-Colonel, exchanged 1858 to 18th Royal Irish Regiment. New Zealand War as Colonel on the Staff and Brigadier-General, 1863-5 (medal). Commanded at siege and capture of the Maori stronghold Orakau. Awarded C.B. Commanded troops in Australia, May 1865 (acting Governor of Victoria). Commanded Infantry Brigade at Aldershot, 1867-71; Major- General, 1868. Buried at the Carey Vault in Candie Cemetry.
Memorial in St. Peter Port Church, Guernsey -
"In loving memory of Major General George Jackson Carey CB eldest son of Thomas Carey, who died at Manchester June 12th 1872 aged 49 years in command of the Northern District of England. This memorial brass and the ajoining widow are erected by his sorrowing widow Olivia Hester and younger brothers."

Carey - Captain Leicester William Le Marchant Carey - Royal Fusiliers - killed 20th October 1914.
2nd Lieutenant Royal Fusiliers, 1898. South African War, 1899-1902 (QSA 5 clasps, KSA 2 clasps).1903 -10 employed with Egyptian Army. Married 1910 Hilda Stracey. MID Oct. 1914.
Memorial at St. Peter's Port church, Guernsey -
"In loving memory of Leicester William Le Marchant Carey Captain 4th Batt. Royal Fusiliers who fell near Herlies La Bassee Oct. 20th 1914 aged 37. Son of Major General Constantine Phipps Carey."

Carey - Major-General Octavius, KCB - died 13th March 1841.
His son, Lieut. Octavius Carey, was killed at the battle of Mudki in 1845.
Memorial in St. Peter Port church, Guernsey -
"In memory of Major General Sir Octavius Carey CB, KCB, eighth son of the late John Carey Esq. a muh respected jurat of the Royal Court of the Island he served with distinction during the late war on the eastern coast of Spain and closed an honourable career of 34 years service while in command of the Cork District on the 13th of March 1841. Aged 54. His remains are deposited in the same vault with those of his mother in the parish church of St. Mary's church in the city of London."

Carey - Ensign Walter - 15th Foot - died 19th October 1858.
Memorial in St. Peter Port church, Guernsey -
"Sacred to the memory of Walter Carey Esq. Ensign 15th Regiment of Foot. Youngest son of James Carey Esq. of the Island, who perished in the conflagration of the barracks at Chambly, Lower Canada, on the night of the 19th October 1858. Aged 21 years. He had escaped from the flames but unhappy returned to rescue the Cross of San Fernando conferred on him for his gallantry in the battle of the 5th May 1836, near St. Sebastian, while an officer of the British Legion in Spain. A youth of more than common amiability and promise. He is deeply lamented and his disconsolate parents have erected this tablet in sad remembrance of his death and of their bereavement."

Carnegy - General Alexander, CB - Bombay Army
- died 25th October 1900.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of General Alexander Carnegy, CB HM Bombay Staff Corps Born 30 June 1829. Entered into rest 25 October 1900."

Carnegy - Major-General Alexander, CB - Bengal Army - died 1st August 1862.
Served with 15th Bengal Native Infantry. Kumaoon 1815, Hattrass 1817, Mahrattah war 1817-18, siege of Bhurtpore 1826 (medal and clasp), Sutlej war (medal), Punjab war 1848 (medal and CB).
Grave at Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh -
"In memory of Major General Alexander Carnegy, C.B. H.M. Bengal Army born 26th Feb. 1783 died 1st August 1862 and of Isabella Don his wife born 18th Sep. 1806 died at Cawnpore 20th June 1835. Margaret Carnegy eldest daughter of Patrick Carnegy, Esq. of Lour born 11th April 1790 died 15th January 1864."

Carr - Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Schomberg - 5th Punjab Cavalry -
died 29th March 1890.
Son of Andrew Morton Carr and Emily Fortescue. Born in London, 8th April 1845. Served Jowaki 1878 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878-9 (medal and 3 bars).
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Frederick Schomberg Carr Lt Colonel 5th Punjab Cavalry born 8 April 1845 died 29 March 1890."
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat -
"In loving memory of Frederick Schomberg Carr Lieut. Colonel 5th Punjab Cavalry born April 8th 1845 Died March 29th 1890. After a continued service of 21 years with his Regiment. Erected by the officers of the 5th P.C. past and present."

Carrington - Major-General Sir Frederick, KCB, KCMG - died 22nd March 1913
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of Major General Sir Frederick Carrington KCB, KCMG second son of Edmund and Louisa Carrington. Born August 23rd 1844. Died March 22nd 1913 in his 69th year."

Carruthers - Colonel J. - Bombay Army - died 21st December 1896.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memoriam. Colonel J.T. Carruthers, Bombay Staff Corps. Passed away December 21st 1896 aged 51."

Carson - Quartermaster Archibald - 17th Light Dragoons - died 24th October 1804.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Archibald Carson, Quartermaster 17th Light Dragoons, who departed this life October 24th AD 1804, aged 70 years, 44 of which he spent in his Majesty's service. He lived highly respected and died sincerely regretted."

Carter - F.W.A., MC - 1st King's Shropshire Light Infantry -
died 10th January 1930.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain F.W.A. Carter, MC, 1st Battalion The King's Shropshire Light Infantry, who died at Rawalpindi 10 Jan 1930. Aged 33 yrs."

Carter - Major Henry - 73rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th May 1844.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery , Delhi-
"To the memory of Major Henry Carter 73rd Regt N.I. his brother officers in testimony of regard, erected this stone. Obt May 29th 1844. Aetat 50."

Carter - Colonel John William - Bengal Army - died 29th April 1867.
Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Mutiny 1857 (medal).
Grave at Murree -
"Placed as a tribute of affection to the beloved memory of John William Carter, Colonel. H.M. Bengal Army. born in Cork, Ireland, July 24th 1815. died at Murree April 29th 1867."

Carter - Captain William Charles - 34th Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th January 1845.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of W.C. Carter late Captn 34th Regt N.I. who died at Looianah on the 10th January 1845 aged 39 years."

Carteret - Ensign Hugh George de - 39th Foot - died 14th October 1852.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Hugh George de Carteret Ensign 39th Regiment, second son of the late Hugh de Carteret Esq. of the Island of Jersey, who died at Clonmel the 14th day of October 1852 aged 22 years and 2 months. Deeply and universally regretted by his family, friends and brother officers."

Carthew - Captain Charles Alfred - 18th Bengal Lancers - died 12th October 1880.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Charles Alfred Carthew. Captain 18th Bengal Lancers. DAQM Central Khyber Field Force. Died Landikotal Afghanistan 12th October 1880. Aged 39 years."

Carthew - Colonel Edmund John - Royal Artillery - died 19th February 1878.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In remembrance of Edmund John Carthew Colonel Royal Artillery Born at Tredudwell, Cornwall June 10th 1828 died at Rome Feb. 19th 1878."

Carthew - Captain James Francis - 13th Bengal Lancers - died 4th May 1879.
He was 32 years old.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Erected by the officers of the 13th Bengal Lancers in remembrance of Captain J.F. Carthew, a brother officer, who died at Jamrood on 4th May 1879."

Case - Colonel Charles - Bengal Staff Corps - died 16th September 1882.
Son of Thomas Case, of Lancaster. Born in Constantinople 27th July 1839. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal), Bhutan 1865 (medal and bar), Lushai 1871 (bar), Afghanistan 1878-9 (medal).
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the beloved memory of Colonel Charles Case, Bengal Staff Corps D.A. commissary General who died at Murree on the 16th September 1882. Aged 43 years. Greatly respected and loved by all who knew him."

Casey - Captain Thomas - 2/14th Native Infantry - died 9th December 1822.
Grave at Chitaldroog Cemetery, Mysore - 
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Bt. Capt. Thomas Casey, of the 2nd Battn XIVth Regt, who died on the 9th day of December 1822. Respected by his brother officers, by whom this tomb has been erected from regard to the memory of the deceased." 

Cathcart - Surgeon John Edwin - 4th Punjab Cavalry - died 1st April 1854.
Grave at Kohat -
"Sacred to the memory of John Edwin Cathcart, M.D. of the 4th Punjab Cavalry, who died here of Typhus Fever on the 1st April 1854 aged 25 deeply lamented, he was the youngest son of Elias Cathcart Esqr of Auchendrane, Ayrshire, Scotland. This monument was erected by the officers at Kohat."

Cavendish - 2nd Lieutenant Henry - Rifle Brigade - died 22nd October 1897.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Henry Cavendish Rifle Brigade. Eldest son of 4th Baron Waterpark. Born March 3 1875. Died October 22 1897."

Cavendish - Major-General George H. Compton - 7th Dragoons - died 22nd December 1809.
Born 14th Oct. 1784, son of the First Earl of Burlington.
Memorial at St. Keverne Church yard, Cornwall -
"To the memory of Major General G.H.C.Cavendish. Capt. S.G. Dukinfield. Lieut. the Honourable S. Waldegrave. Sixty non-commissioned Officers and privates of the regiment who, in returning from Spain in the Dispatch transport unhappily perished in Coverack Cove, the 22nd of December 1809."

Cavendish - Major-General Charles Compton William, KCB - died 9th November 1907.
Born 13 Dec. 1850, son of Baron Chesham and Henrietta Lascelles. Coldstream Guards 1870. 10th Hussars 1873. 16th Lancers 1878. Retired 1879. CO Royal Buckinghamshire Hussars (Imp. Yeomanry). Served South Africa 1900 (MID); Inspector-General of Imperial Yeomanry 1901-2.
Memorial at St. Mary Magdalene, Latimer, Buckinghamshire -
"To the dear memory of Charles Compton William Cavendish 3rd Baron Chesham PC KCB Born 13th December 1850 He served in the Coldstream Guards, X Royal Hussars, XVI Lancers and commanded the Royal Bucks Hussars on the outbreak of the South African War in 1899. He raised and commanded a force of Imperial Yeomanry was promoted Major General and served with distinction from 1900 to 1902. He was mentioned in despatches, created KCB and on his return home was appointed Inspector-General of Imperial Yeomanry. He was Master of the Bicester Hounds 1884-1893 and met his death while hunting with the Pytchley Hounds 9 November 1907 aged 56. This tablet was placed here by his children and relations."

Caw - Lieutenant - King's Dragoon Guards - died 4th December 1860.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"Sacred to the memories of: Cornet R. Elliot, Kings Dragon Guards died at Madras 30 April 1860. Cornet J. Greatorex, KDG, died at Bangalore 19 March 1861. Cornet W.T. Jay, Lt. Caw. who died while on service with the Left Wing King's Dragoon Guards in China 4 December 1860. Cornet H.W. Cockerell, MLC, died while doing duty with the KDG at Bangalore 8 August 1860. Erected by the Officers King's Dragoon Guards and the Officers M.L. Cavalry attached."

Chalmers - Captain Alexander B. - Bengal Army - died 1st October 1869.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Alexander B. Chalmers. Captain HM's Bengal Army. Born 20th May 1869. Died 1st October 1869."

Chalmers - Lieutenant-Colonel Robert - H.E.I.C.S. - died 7th November 1840.
Served Nepal 1814. Mahratta-Pindari war 1817.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt Colonl Robt Chalmers H.E.I.C.S. who departed this life at Simla. 7th Novr 1840 Aged 48 years."

Chalmers - Captain William Gordon - Bengal Staff Corps - died 21st August 1868.
Served China 1860 (medal and 2 bars) Umbeyla 1863 (medal and bar, wounded).
Grave at Kasauli -
"In memory of William Gordon Chalmers, Captain H.M. Bengal Staff Corps third son of Charles Chalmers Esqr of Monkshill Aberdeenshire Scotland. Born 30th April 1835, died here 21st August 1868. A true man, A gallant soldier. He did his duty."

Chamberlain - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Francis Falcon, CB - 23rd Punjab Pioneers - died 31st October 1870.
Son of Sir Henry Chamberlain. Born 11th October 1826. Served Perisa 1857 (medal and bar), Mutiny 1857 (medal) Umbeyla 1863 (bar), Abyssinia 1868 (medal, CB).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Francis Falcon Chamberlain, Lt Colonel, CB, commanding 23rd Punjab Pioneers, born October 11 1826 died October 31 1870, a zealous officer, an affectionate friend this tomb is erected in loving memory, by his widow and children."
Tablet in St. Paul's Church, Ambala - "In loving memory of Charles Francis Falcon Chamberlain, C.B., Lt Colonel, Commandant 23rd Punjaub Pioneers, who died in this Cantonment, 31st October 1870, aged 44 years, after a brilliant service in the Deccan, Scinde, Persia, Oude, Abyssinia, and the Punjaub."

Chamberlain - Captain Robert Ind - 11th Bengal Lancers - died 9th July 1902.
Memorial at War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Royal Military Academy -
"In loving memory of R.I. Chamberlain. G.C. 1891-92. Lt. K.O.S.Bs. Captain XIth P.W.O. Bengal Lancers. Served in campaigns in Chitral and Tirah. Died at Murree July 9th 1902 in his 30th year."

Chamberlain - Major-General Thomas Hardy - Bengal Staff Corps - died 16th October 1879.
Son of Sir Henry Chamberlain (brother of Lieut-Colonel Charles Chamberlain, CB). Born at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 13th September 1822. Tablet at St. Paul's Church, Ambala -
"Also of Thomas Hardy Chamberlain, Major General (retired) Bengal Staff Corps, who after 37 years service, chiefly in the Thuggee Department, Oude Commission, and in Kumaon, died at Spring Grove, Isleworth, Middlesex, 16th October 1879, aged 57 years. They were faithful servants of their Queen and Country."

Chamberlayne family
Admiral Chamberlayne - Royal Navy - died 24th April 1810.
Captain George Chamberlayne - Royal Navy - died March 1799.
Post Captain Edwin Chamberlayne, CB - Royal Navy - died December 1821.
Lieutenant Bickerton Chamberlayne - 12th Foot - died April 1822.
Memorial at St. Edward Church, Stow on the Wold -
"In memory of Admiral Chamberlayne of the Family of Chamberlayne, formerly Tancarville long settled at Maugersbury in this Parish and four of his Sons all now waiting for a blefsed Resurrection therough the merits and mercis of jesus Christ Admiral Chamberlayne after long and arduous Services to his King and Country died in the bosom of his own family at Plymouth April 24 1810.
George the eldest Son of the Admiral died in November 1802 Aged 22 a Captain in command H.M.Sloop Busy in the West Indies Charles died in March 1799 aged 16 on his return from Sea a Naval Officer in the Service of his Country.
Edwin died in December 1821 aged 37 a Post Captain in his Majesty's Navy and companion of the most honourable order of the Bath
Bickerton died in April 1822 aged 30 a Lieut. in his Majesty's 12 Regiment of foot. Each in their several Stations having done honour to the ancient and honourable name they bore verily their Motto. Virtuti Nihil Invium."

Chambers - Colonel Charles - Madras Army - died 5th March 1898.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Colonel Charles James Osborn Chambers. Madras Staff Corps. Departed this life March 5th 1898 Aged 58 years. Also of his wife Hester. Died December 23rd 1943. Aged 84."

Chambers - Lieutenant-Colonel Peter Latouche - 41st Foot - died 29th August 1827.
Grave at Agram Cemetery, Bangalore -
"Lieut.-Col. Peter Latouche Chambers of H.M. 41st Regiment, aged 39 years and Emily Ann his beloved wife, aged 37, who fell victims to the epidemic Cholera at Bangapilly, on the 29th day of August 1827 and lie interred here."

Chandler - Captain George - 17th Lancers - died 28th December 1846.
Memorial at St. Nicholas Church, Dundalk, Ireland -
"Sacred to the Memory of Captain George Chandler Paymaster 17th Lancers Died Decr 28th 1846 aged 67 years."

Channel - Captain J.E. - 15th Madras Native Infantry - died 30th May 1831.
Grave at Shimoga New Cemetery, Shimoga -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain J.E. Channel, 15th Regiment N.I., who died in camp at Shimoga on the 30th May 1831, aged 34 years. Erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Channer - General George Nicholas, V.C., C.B. - Indian Army - died 13th December 1905.
Memorial at Northam church, Devon -
"To the Glory of God and in proud memory of General George Nicholas Channer V.C., C.B., Indian Army. Son of Colonel George Girdwood Channer, R.A. Born 7th January 1843 Died 13th December 1905. He was a resident of this Parish and lies buried East-The-Water, Bideford. This tablet erected by his soldier son."

Chapman - Major Abdy Maw - Army - died 26th March 1825.
Chapman - Captain Charles Abdy 19th Light Dragoons
- died 18th October 1829.
Memorial at St. Pauls' Cray, Kent -
"In this vault are deposited the remains of Abdy Maw, esquire, late major in the Army who departed this life March 26 1825 aged 84. Also in memory of Charles Abdy Chapman, esquire, formerly a captain in the 19th Regiment of Light Dragoons, fourth son of the late James Chapman, esquire, of Paul's Cray Hill in this parish. Born 19.12.1775 died 18.10.1829."

Chase - Colonel William St. Lucian, V.C., C.B. - 128th Pioneers - died 24th June 1908.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel William St. Lucian Chase V.C. C.B. A.A.G. Quetta District. Late Commandant 128th Pioneers. born 21 Aug 1856. Died 24 June 1908. Erected by his brother officers."

Chatterton - Colonel Jack - 6th Gurkha Rifles - died 16th March 1914.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Colonel Jack Chatterton. Commandant 6th Gurkhas. Born 21 Dec 1864. Died 16 Mar 1914."

Cheke - Lieutenant-Colonel W.A. - 22nd Madras Native Infantry - died 4th April 1890.
Grave at Cantonment Cemetery, Rangoon -
"In loving memory of Lt. Col. W.A. Cheke 22nd Regiment, M.N.I. who died 4th April 1890. Age 44 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Chichester - Lieutenant Augustus John Bruce Macdonald Dawson - Royal Artillery - died 11th June 1902.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the loved memory of Augustus John Bruce Macdonald Dawson Chichester Lieut. 46th Battery, R.F.A. 3rd son of the Right Honourable Lord Spencer Chichester, of Moyola Park, Castledawson, Ireland, born 7th September 1878. died 11th June 1902."

Christian - Captain Herbert William - King's Royal Rifle Corps - died 21st May 1896.
Served Chitral 1895 (medal and bar).
Grave at Pangher, Kasmir -
"In ever loving memory of Herbert W. Christian. Captain Kings Royal Rifle Corps Fifth son of George and Mary Christian Brighton Wood Alvesford England. Died of fever at Sura May 21st 1896 aged 29."

Christopher - Ensign Henry Ashington - 1/19th Foot - died 20th June ......?
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Henry Ashington Christopher. Ensign. 1st Battalion HM's 19th Regiment. Second son of Lieutenant-Colonel E.R. Christopher. Died Rawalpindi 20 June ..... Aged 18 yrs 6 mths 14 days. His early death deeply lamented by his brother officers."

Christy - 2nd Lieutenant Edwin - 8th Hussars - died 13th December 1880.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Edwin Christy, 2nd Lieutenant 8th (King's Royal Irish) Hussars, who died at Rawalpindi 13 Dec 1880. Aged 25 yrs."
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi - "In memory of Edwin Christy, 2nd Lieutenant VIIIth King's R.I. Hussars, who was accidentally killed at Rawalpindi 13th December 1880. Aged 25 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Chute - Captain James - 54th Foot - died 24th November 1876.
Commissioned 2nd Lieut. 1857.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"In loving memory of Captain James Chute late of Her Majesty's 54th Regiment who died at Florence, 24th November 1876 deeply mourned by his bereaved widow Eleanor Chute his was a noble nature, generous, kind and true."

Clapperton - Lieutenant Charles H.J.D. - Royal Marines - died 23rd March 1828.
Grave at Old Annan Cemetery, Scotland -
"To the memory of Charles H.J. Douglas Clapperton, First Lieutenant and Qt. Mr. Royal Marines who died at Chatham 23rd March 1828 and is interred there."

Clark - Captain Charles - 1st European Bengal Fusiliers - died 13th October 1846.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar, wounded).
Grave at Subathu -
"In memory of Captain Charles Clark of the 1st European Bengal Fusiliers died at Sabathoo 13th October 1846. also to the memory of Captain William Shortreed of the same Corps died in England on the 14th May 1846 and Captain Alester Stewart also of the above regiment who died at sea on the 31st March 1846."

Clark - Lieutenant John Dalrymple - Transport Corps - died 14th June 1870.
Son of Major-General John Clark, KH. Born in Jersey, September 1839. Served Abyssinia 1868 (medal). Married Helenora Shaw-Stewart 18th May 1870.
Grave at Simla -
"In memory of Ian Dalrymple Clark Aide de Camp to Lord Napier of Magdala. 14th June 1870. This monument was erected by his Commander and his friends and brother officers of the Abyssinian Expedition in memory of his valuable services in the Transport Train at Zula."

Clark - Surgeon Thomas - Army Medical Department - died 23rd December 1891.
Born in Belfast 1832.
Grave at Clifton Street Graveyard, Belfast -
"Thomas Clark, Brigade Surgeon A.M.D. formly of 69 Regt died 23rd Dec 1891 aged 59 years."

Clarke - Lieutenant Alexander - 67th Foot - died 19th September 1815.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Lieut Alexander Clarke of HM 67th Regt died at Cawnpore 19th September 1815 aged 26 years."

Clarke - Major Frederick Stanley, O.B.E. - 30th Punjabis - died April 1946.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In loving memory of Major Frederick Lawrence Stanley Clarke, O.B.E., 30th Punjabis and The Suffolk Regiment. Chief Constable of Gloucestershire 1918-1938. June 1875 - April 1946. And of Muriel his wife August 1880 - November 1964."

Clarke - Lieutenant-Colonel James, M.D. - Indian Medical Service - died 15th February 1901.
Grave at Sialkot -
"In loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Clarke M.D., FRCSI, Indian Medical Service. Born 29th Oct: 1856. Died 15th Febry 1901."

Clarke - Assistant-Surgeon John - 13th Foot - died 9th October 1861.
Clarke - Captain Eric Donald - 75th Foot - died 27th February 1875.
Memorial at Balnakeil Cemetery, Durness, Sutherland, Scotland -
"John Carke, MD, Assistant Surgeon HM 13th Regiment died at sea passage from Calcutta 9 Oct 1861, age 30; Captain Eric Donald Clarke of the 75th Stirlingshire Regiment died South Africa 27 Feb 1875, age 33; erected by Alexander Clarke of Eriboll."

Clay - Captain Stanley - 7th Gurkha Rifles - killed 4th April 1905.
Born at Deoli, 18th July 1868. Served Manipur 1891 (medal and bar), Waziristan 1901 (medal and bar).
Grave at Dharmsala -
"Here rests most deeply loved Stanley Clay Captain 7th Gurkha Rifles 2nd son of Major Genl C.H. Clay Deoli Irregular Force who was killed in the earthquake 4th April 1905, aged 36. Erected by his wife, mother, brothers, sister and brother officers."

Clavering - Lieutenant-General Sir John, K.C.B. - 52nd Foot - died 30th August 1777.
Grave at Calcutta -
"To the memory of Sir John Clavering, Knight of the Most Honorable Order of the Bath, Lieut-Genl. in his Britannic Majesty's Service, and Colonel of the 52d Regiment of Foot, second in the Supreme Council of Fort William in Bengal, and Commander-in-Chief of all the Company's forces in India. Died August 30th 1777 in the 55th year of his age, and was interred here."

Clayhills - Lieutenant Charles - 10th Madras Native Infantry - died 31st October 1836.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory ofLieutenant Charles Clayhills 10th Regiment N.I. who was drowned off Eskapilly 31st October 1836 aged 30 years."

Clayton - Lieutenant-Colonel W. - died 22nd September 1804.
Grave at Barrackpore -
"Lieut-Col. W. Clayton, deceased 22s Sept. AD 1804, aged 50 years. He saved the forfeited lives of three hundred men, at the assault of the Barrabbatty Fort, Cuttack, AD 1803."

Clements - Major-General R.A.P., C.B., D.S.O. - 24th Foot - died 3rd April 1909.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Major General R.A.P. Clements C.B. D.S.O. Died Quetta 3 April 1909 aged 54 yrs while in command of the 4th Quetta Division. This stone is erected by the officers past and present of the 24th Regiment South Wales Borderers in which he served 25 yrs. A true friend and a gallant soldier."

Clinch - Captain Peter - King's New Brunswick Regiment - died 31st February 1816.
Served in the King's N.B. Regiment during the American Revolution.
Grave at St. George,Fredericton, Canada -
"To the memory of Peter Clinch, late Captain in a Provincial Regiment, who served during the American Revolutionary War. Died February 31st 1816, Aged 63 Years."

Close - Lieutenant Frederick - 86th Foot - died 26th February 1826.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Beneath this stone are deposited the mortal remains of Lieutenant Frederick Close of His Majesty's 86th or Royal County Down Regiment of Infantry and youngest son of John Close Esq. of Manchester, Merchant. He perished in the River Suir near this town on Sunday evening the 26th of February 1826 at the early age of 22. Lamented by all who knew him."

Clyde - Captain James Stewart - 96th Foot - died 14th July 1850.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain James Stewart Clyde HM 96th Regt. Who died at Cawnpore on the 14th July 1850, after an honourable and faithful service of 23 years in the above Corps, aged 42 years."

Cockburn - ? Devereux Plantagenet - Royal Scots Greys - died 3rd May 1850.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Devereux Plantagenet Cockburn, late of the Royal Scots Greys, 2nd Dragoons, and first born son of Sir W.S.R. Cockburn Bart. N.S. of far off Britain, of deep and unpretending piety, of rare mental and corporeal endowments, he was beloved by all who knew him, and most precious to his parents and family, who had sought his health in many foreign climes, he departed this life in Rome, on the 3rd of May 1850, Aged 21 years."

Cockerell - Cornet H.W. - Madras Light Cavalry - died 8th August 1860.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"Sacred to the memories of: Cornet R. Elliot, Kings Dragon Guards died at Madras 30 April 1860. Cornet J. Greatorex, KDG, died at Bangalore 19 March 1861. Cornet W.T. Jay, Lt. Caw. who died while on service with the Left Wing King's Dragoon Guards in China 4 December 1860. Cornet H.W. Cockerell, MLC, died while doing duty with the KDG at Bangalore 8 August 1860. Erected by the Officers King's Dragoon Guards and the Officers M.L. Cavalry attached."

Coley - Colonel Joseph - 10th Bombay Native Infantry - died 2nd February 1869.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Joseph Charles Coley. Colonel 10th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry who died February 2nd 1869 aged 49 years."

Colleton - Brigadier-General Sir Robert, CB - died 1st September 1938.
Memorial at St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"In memory of Brigadier-General Sir Robert Colleton Baronet CB died 1 September 1938."

Colling - Captain John - 26th Foot - died 19th May 1860.
Memorial near Curragh Golf Course, Ireland -
"This marks the spot where Captain John Colling 26th Cameronians was accidentally shot while returning from rifle practice by a stray bullet 19th May 1860. Renovated by local ballot 1912."

Collins - Major-General John Stratford - died 27th April 1908.
Memorial in Christchurch, Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General John Stratford Collins, CB, of Wythall, who died at Rawalpindi on the 27 Apr. 1908 while commanding the 2nd Rawalpindi Division. Erected by those who served under him."

Colyear - Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas David - 7th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 8th August 1875.
Son of the Earl of Portmore (illegitimate). Born at Halliford, Middlesex in 1805. Served Punjab 1848 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas David Colyear Lieut Colonel 7th Bengal Light Cavalry who died at Dekani, near Simla on the 8th August 1875 aged 70 years & here awaits the sounding of the last trump."

Coney - Captain Philip George - 7th Royal Fusiliers - died 30th April 1858.
Son of John Coney, of Berkshire. Served Crimea (medal and bar).
Grave at Lahore -
"Erected by his brother officers as a tribute of respect to the memory of Captain Philip G. Coney 7th Royal Fusiliers who died at Meean Meer on the 30th of April 1858."
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy - "In memory of Philip George Coney Captain 7th Fusiliers. Gentleman Cadet 1848-52. Severely wounded at the Battle of the Alma 1854. Died at Meean Meer. 30th April 1858. Aged 24 years."

Congreve - Major-General George John, C.B. - Died 30th April 1861.
Born 1808, son of Richard Congreve, of Congreve, Staffordshire. Ensign 29th Foot in 1825. Served Sutlej 1846 (medal, C.B.), Punjab 1849 (medal and 2 bars). 1854 Quarter-Master-General of H.M. Forces, India, Indian Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Simla -
"The grave of Major Genl Congreve C.B., Qr Mr Genl H.M. Forces in India died 30th April 1861 at Simla aged 53 years."

Conningham - Captain John - 3rd Native Infantry - died 15th September 1784.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"In loving memory of Capt Jn Conningham 3rd Regt N.I. who departed this life on Sept 15th 1784 aged 26."

Connolly - Lieutenant Christopher - Bengal Artillery - died 20th May 1857.
Born in Dublin, 24th December 1798. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut C. Connolly who departed this life on the 20th May 1857. Aged 58 years 4 months and 26 days his children erected this. RIP."

Connolly - General William Hallett - Royal Marines Light Infantry - died 20th June 1861.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"In sacred memory of General William Hallett Connolly Royal Marines Light Infantry died at Southsea 20th June 1861 aged 80 years and Sarah, his beloved wife who died at Southsea 15th August 1867 aged 80 years. In affectionate remembrance of dearly loved parents. This tablet is erected by their children."

Considine - Major-General James, K.H. - 10th Foot - died 4th September 1845.
Served in the Peninsula (wounded).
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General James Considine, K.H. who died at Meerut in command of H.Ms 10th Regt of Foot on the 4th Sept 1845 at the age of 50."

Cook - Lieutenant George - 77th Foot - died 18th June 1867.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of George Cook, Lieutenant and Adjutant, 77th Regiment who died of cholera in camp near Peshawar on 18th June 1867. Aged 24 years 11 months. Erected by his brother officers."

Cook - Colonel William John - Madras Staff Corps - died 28th July 1874.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Cheltenham -
"In loving memory of William John Cook Colonel in the Madras Staff Corps who died at Southfield, Cheltenham on the 28th July 1874 aged 59 years."

Cooke - Lieutenant Alexander - 9th Foot - died 20th March 1838.
Grave at Chinsurah -
"In memory of Lieut. Alexander Cooke, H.M. 9th Foot, who died 20th March 1838, aged 23 years."

Cooke - Colonel Arthur Langford - 20th Madras Native Infantry - died 15th September 1847.
Married Emma Trewman in Bangalore, 12th October 1819.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Arthur Langford Cooke 20th Regiment N.I. who departed this life on the 15th September 1847, aged 58 years. He was a loving husband a tender parent and constant friend. This tomb erected by his disconsolate widow."

Cookes - Lieutenant George R. - Royal Horse Artillery - died 9th August 1888.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of George R. Cookes, Lieutenant M/B Royal Horse Artillery. The only and beloved son of General Cookes, who died 9 Aug 1888, aged 26 yrs, to the inexpressible grief of his father and all who knew him."

Cookson - Captain George James - Bengal Artillery - died 20th February 1838.
Died of small-pox.
Tablet in St. James' Church, Karnal - "Sacred to the memory of Captn G.J. Cookson, of Artillery who died 20th Feby 1838. aged 32 years. This tablet is erected by his afflicted widow."

Cooper - Captain Egbert Caldwell - Gordon Highlanders - died 22nd Apeil 1895.
Memorial at Elmina Cemetery, Cape Coast, Ghana -
"Egbert Caldwell Cooper, Captain 3rd Gordon Highlanders and Gold Coast Constabulary. Died 22 April 1895, aged 23."

Cooper - Lieutenant Francis - 67th Foot - murdered 4th September 1813.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"This monument is erected by the officers of H.M. 67th Regt in testimony of their horror at the assassination of Lieut. F. Cooper of that Corps who in the night of the 4th Sept. 1813 while commanding the Main Guard and lying on his cot was without any apparent or assigned cause basely shot thro the head by the Sentinel on duty. The Murderer suffered at Calcutta."

Cooper - Lieutenant John - Royal Artillery - died 16th March 1798.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Colchester -
"In memory of John Cooper Lieu. of the Royal Artillery who died March 16.1798 Aged 18 years."

Cooper - Lieutenant-Colonel John Chamier - 51st Bengal Native Infantry -
died 28th August 1857.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Colonel John Chamier Cooper 51st Regt N.I. who departed this life at Peshawur on the 28th August 1857 aged 47 years 8 months and 7 days. This tomb is erected by his widow."

Cooper - Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Ernest - 57th Rifles - died 9th February 1905.
Served Tirah 1897 (medal and 2 bars). Died in Reading, Berkshire.
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat -
"In memory of Lieut. Colonel L.E. Cooper 57th Rifles F.F. who died at home 9th Feby 1905."

Coote - Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre, K.B. - died 12th February 1783.
He died at Madras and was buried in St. Mary's Church, Fort St. George.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Calcutta -
"This monument is erected by The East India Company as a memorial of the Military Talents of Lieutenant General Sir Eyre Coote, K.B. Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in India who by the success of his arms in the year 1760 and 1761, expelled the French from the Coast of Coromandel. In 1781 and 1782 he again took the field in the Carnatic, in opposition to the united strength of the French and Hyder Ally, the numnerous forces of the latter he defeated in several engagements. but death interrupted his career of glory, on the 12th of February 1783, in the fifty-eigth year of his age."

Coote - Captain Richard - 6th Carabineers - died 16th March 1875.
Memorial at Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire -
"In loving memory Richard Coote late Captain 6th Carabineers of Bellamont Forest Westport Malmesbury he died March 16th 1875 aged 39 deeply lamented."

Corbyn - Major Hector - Royal Horse Artillery - died 18th April 1909.
Son of Deputy Surgeon-General Joseph Corbyn (Indian Medical Service. Served in the Mutiny - siege of Delhi, Capture of
Lucknow, Relief of Azimghur and Shahabad Campaign) and Eliza Ann Corbyn.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"In loving memory of Hector Corbyn, Major Royal Horse Artillery, who died at Sialkote, India, April 18th 1909, and his only son, Vernon Hector, Midshipman RN, HMS "Cressy" who gave his life in the North Sea, Sept. 1914."

Cormick - Captain Edward - 3rd King's Own Light Dragoons - died 19th May 1848.
Served Peninsula (20th Light Dragoons - medal and 2 bars), Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Edward Cormick Paymaster 3rd K.O. Light Dragoons who departed this life on the 19th May 1848, Aged 63 years. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his family and friends."

Cotgrave - Surgeon Jonathan - Medical Staff - died 26th December 1844.
Born 6 May 1768. Surgeon 35th Foot Oct. 1798. Staff 1806. Retired April 1816. Died at Henley.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Chester -
"To the memory of Jonathan Cotgrave Esquire MD Staff Surgeon to Her Majesty's Forces. He was a native of this city and representative of a branch of the ancient family of De Malpas appointed in early life to the 35th Regt he served many years with that gallant corps in Holland, Egypt, Calabria and various parts of the Mediterranean. During his life he was actuated by the kindest feelings of Christian charity and benevolence and at his death left a permanent and liberal memorial of his philanthropy to the poor by bequeathing 2000 pounds to the Chester Infirmary, 1000 pounds to the Westminster and 500 pounds to the Berkshire Hospitals. This tablet is erected by his cousin Captain Edward Stone Cotgrave RN as a testimony of his gratitude and eseemed affection."

Cotton - Colonel Henry, C.B. - 67th Bengal Native Infantry - died 28th November 1857.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Henry Cotton CB, 67th Regiment N.I. who died on 28th November 1857 aged 49 years. Erected by J.N."

Coucher - Lieutenant Frederick - 46th Foot - died 19th August 1859.
Buried at Multan. No memorial.

Coulter - Surgeon John - Bengal Army - died 28th May 1835.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Surgeon John Coulter who died on the 28th day of May 1835, aged 40 years."

Coventry - Captain Frederick - 29th Foot. - died 29th July 1846.
Aged 25. Son of Frederick Coventry. Born 6th Sept. 1820. Served at Sobraon 1846 (medal).
Grave in Kasauli cemetery -
"This tomb is erected as the last token of parental affection to the memory of Captain Frederick Coventry of HMs 29th Regt. The life of this most amiable and promising young officer was spared in the battlefield, but he fell a victim to the climate of India on the 29th of July 1846 in the 26th year of his age. His remains lie in the vault beneath."

Cowan - Surgeon Thomas - 94th Foot - died 7th November 1858.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"This tablet is erected by the officers of Her Majesty's 94th regiment to the memory of four of their comrades who died of disease contracted in the Punjab during the years 1858 and 1859 deserving this expression of warm regard. Ensign J.E.H. Wheeler died 17th September 1858. Surgeon T. Cowan M.D. died 7th November 1858. Captain N.B. Walton died 29th June 1859. Lieutenant C.T. Paley died 11th July 1859."

Cowburn - Lieutenant William - 71st Highland Light Infantry - died 21st August 1858
Grave at the Christian Cemetery, Gwalior - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. & Adjutant William B. Cowburn 71st Highland Light Infantry who died at Gwalior on the 21st August 1858 Aged 26 Years. This monument is erected by his Brother Officers."

Cowper - Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander - Royal Bombay Engineers - died 16th June 1868.
Grave at Simla -
"In memory of Lieut. Col. Alexander Cowper Royal Bombay Engineers died at Simla 16th June 1868."

Cox - Captain Thomas - Royal Artillery - died 26th March 1878.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memory of Captain Thomas Cox, late Royal Artillery and 39th Reg. Born at Coolcliffe, Wexford. 6th May 1790. Died at Cheltenham. 26th March 1878. Aged 88 years."

Cox - 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Bernard - Madras Artillery - died 16th February 1843.
Grave at Singapore -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas Bernard Cox, 2nd Lieut. Madras Artillery died at Singapore 16th February 1843 aged 19 years."

Cox - Major-General W.H. - Royal Artillery - died 10th March 1903.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Major General W.H. Cox, R.A. Died 10th March 1903."

Coxen - Captain Edward - 60th Foot - died 14th February 1857.
Served in the Peninsula (medal and bars), Waterloo (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Edward Coxon for 31 years Paymaster to the 1st Battalion, 60th Royal Rifles who died at Meerut on the 14th February 1857, aged 77 years. He served at Flushing, throughout the Peninsula War, at Waterloo, and in the campaign of 1848-49 and recieved three medals and 12 clasps. Erected by the officers of the 1st Battalion, 60th Royal Rifles."

Cradock - Lieutenant Charles Bury - 2nd West India Regiment - died 18th August 1860.
Memorial at Dublin Cathedral -
"In memory of Lieut. Charles Bury Cradock 2nd W.I. Regt. Fort Adjutant at Belize who died the 18th of August 1860. and of his brother Revd Frederick Keatinge Cradock Rector of St. John's Belize who died the 2nd of September 1860 both fell victims to yellow fever and their remains lie side by side in St. John's Churchyard, Belize, British Honduras."

Crahan - Colonel Charles - Bengal Artillery - died 26th February 1858.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "Sacred to the memory of Colonel Charles Crahan CB, Bengal Artillery who died at Cheltenham on the 26th February 1858 aged 69 and of Mary Ann his wife who died at Cheltenham on the --- July 186- aged 70."

Crane - Captain John Henry Godfrey - Worcestershire Regiment - died 6th July 1906.
Grave at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana -
"John Henry Godfrey Crane, Captain 8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. Served in the Boer War with 59th Co. Imperial Yeomanry 1901 & 1902, 1st Battalion Gold Coast Regiment 1905, 1906. Born 11 Sep 1878, died Accra 6 Jul 1906, a few hours before sailing home. Only son of John Henry Crane of Oakhampton, Worcs."

Cra'ster - Captain Shaftoe Cra'ster - 8th Foot - died 11th April 1856.
Born 22nd May 1826.
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of Shaftoe Cra'ster Cra'ster Esquire Captain H.M. 8th The Kings Regiment third son of Thomas Wood Cra'ster Esquire of Cra'ster Tower, Northumberland, who died of fever at Kangra 1th April 1856 aged 29. This tablet is erected as a memorial of the sorrowing regard of his brother officers and the grenadiers of the Regiment."

Crawford - Lieutenant Andrew Richard - 19th Bengal Native Infantry - died 7th May 1850.
Grave at Budhipind -
"Sacred to the memory of Andrew Richard Crawford late lieutenant 19th Regiment Bengal Native Infantry who died at Boodeepind on the 17th May 1850 aged 30 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers to his memory as a token of their regard." (wrong date on grave).

Crawford - Major Charles Oliver, M.C. - 1/2nd Punjab Regiment - died 12th October 1935.
Grave at Quetta -
"Charles Oliver Crawford, M.C. Major 1st Battalion 2nd Punjab Regiment. 12 Oct. 1935. Aged 37 years."

Crawford - Colonel William Thomas, C.B. - Royal Artillery - died 6th March 1862.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Colonel William Thomas Crawford C.B. Royal Artillery died March 6 1862."

Crawfurd - ? Walter - 59th Foot - died 2nd April 1852.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In memory of Walter eldest son of John and Horatia Crawfurd of Blackbrooke Monmouthshire and late of HM 59th Regt. who died at Rome of decline April 2nd 1852 age 20."

Crespigny - Constantine Trent P.C. - 69th Foot - died 26th January 18.....
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Constantine Trent Pulteney Champion Crespigny. Late of HM 69th Regt. Born 5th May 1851. Died 26th January 18.... Youngest son of Philip Robert Champion Crespigny of St. Kilda, Melbourne, Australia."

Crofton - Lieutenant George - 16th Lancers - died 24th August 1833.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of George Crofton, Esq. Lieut. H.M. 16th Lancers, youngest son of A.B. Crofton, Esq. of Roebuck Castle, County of Dublin. Obit. 24th August 1833, Aetat. 26 years."

Croker - Captain Richard Aubin - 24th Foot - died 19th July 1856.
Served Punjab (medal and 2 bars, wounded).
Grave at Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"To the memory of Capt Richard Aubin Croker H.M. 24th Regt Who died at Peshawur on the 19th July 1856 aged 32 years."

Crompton - Lieutenant Charles Arthur - Royal Engineers - died 6th July 1875.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Charles Arthur Crompton. Lieutenant Royal Engineers. Died Cherat 6th July 1875. Aged 26 years. Strong, brave and stright-forward, faithful, honourable & true."

Crosbie - Lieutenant Charles - 4th Dragoon Guards - died 12th January 1898.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Charles Crosbie. Lieutenant 4th Dragoon Guards. Died Rawalpindi 12 Jan 1898. Aged 24 yrs."
Memorial in Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of: Rintoul Archer Milward-Jones, Lieutenant, 4th Dragoon Guards, who died at Murree October 5th 1897. Aged 31. Thomas Frederick Newcome Jones, Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards. Shot on patrol near Jumrood October 10th 1897. Aged 31. Charles Crosbie, Lieutenant, 4th Dragoon Guards, who departed this life at Rawalpindi from an accident at polo January 12th 1889. Aged 23. Erected by their brother officers. Also of Gabriel Burrell Geach, Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards, who died at Murree 1st July 1899. Aged 37. Hon William Wrotteseley, Captain, 4th Dragoon Guards, who died at sea 1st Oct. 1899. Aged 36."

Crowe - Lieutenant Henry - 67th Foot - died 27th February 1879.
Grave at Lawrencepur -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Henry Crowe 67th S.H. Regiment died at Lawrencepur 27th February 1879. Erected by his brother officers."

Cruikshank - Lieutenant Edward George Gerald - 50th Bengal Native Infantry - died 23rd May 1849.
Son of James Cruikshank. Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant E.G. Cruikshank 50th N.I. who departed this life on the 23rd of May 1849 aged 29 years. Erected by his mother the Lady Anne Cruikshank."

Cruikshank - Captain John - 24th Native Infantry - died 30th November 1820.
Born in London. Served at Java and the Third Mahratta War.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Captain John Cruikshank died 30 November 1820 by accidental discharge of a pistol while drawing the charge. This tomb was erected by friends with permission of relatives."

Cruttenden - Major George - Bengal Army - Died 23rd March 1822.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Calcutta -
"In memory of George Cruttenden, late a Major in the Honorable E.I. Company's Bengal Army, whose long term of military service fulfilled with every mark of good desert, was followed by an active part in civil life, pursued with equal talent and integrity. He died at Macao on the 23d of March 1822, aged 54."

Cuming - Lieutenant Walter - 24th Foot - died 25th June 1852.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Saroke Cemetery, near Wazirabad -
"In memory of Walter Cuming (late) Lieut H.M. 24th Regiment who departed this life at Wuzeerabad on the 25th day of June 1852, agd 29 1/12 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Cuninghame - Lieutenant-Colonel William - 58th Foot - died 30th August 1825.
Memorial at Kirk Arbory, Isle of Man -
"In memory of William Cuninghame of Ballanorris Esq, many years a member of the Legislature of this Isle, formerly Lieut. Colonel of the 58th Regiment, died 30 August 1825, aged 71 years."

Cunningham - Captain Joseph Davey - Bengal Engineers - died 28th February 1851.
Son of Allan Cunningham (Scottish poet). Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar). Published a 'History of the Sikhs'.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"To Captain Joseph Davey Cunningham Bengal Engineers born 9 June 1812 - died 28 Feb 1851."

Cunningham - Captain Patrick - East Yorkshire Regt. - died 11th May 1888.
Grave at Myingyan Cemetery, Burma -
"In memory of Captain Patrick Cunningham 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment who died at Myingyan from the effects of snakebite, on the 11th May 1888, aged 37 years and 10 months. Erected by his brother officers."

Cunningham - Lieutenant Robert Selby - 4th Foot - died 28th September 1809.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Colchester -
"Sacred to the Memory of Robert Selby Cunningham late a Lieu. in the 4th Regt of Foot who died 28th Septr 1809 Aged 24 Years."

Curre - Lieutenant John - 8th Madras Native Infantry - died 12th April 1833.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. John Curre of the 8th Regiment M.N.I. who died on camp near Palahcondah on the 12th April 1833 aged 28 years. This monument is erected as a token of respect by his brother officers."

Cust - Ensign George Frederick - 51st Bengal Native Infantry - 8th June 1847.
Son of William Cust. Born 3rd August 1825. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign George Frederick Cust of the 51st regt N.I. who died at Lahore on the 8th June 1847 aged 21 years. This monument was erected by his brother officers as a mark of respect for the deceased."


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