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Dacres - Lieutenant Hew Dalrymple - 67th Foot - died 11th July 1835.
Dacres - Lieutenant Josiah - 69th Foot -
died 28th September 1799.
Memorial at Parish Church at Tetbury, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of James Richard Dacres, Esqre. Vice-Admiral of the Red Squadron, who died at Catisfield Lodge, Hants., on the 4th December 1853, aged 64 years. Also of his son, James Richard Dacres, Esqre., Commanding H.M. sloop Nimrod, who died at Mozambique, on the 14th February 1848, aged 37 years. And of his youngest son, Hew Dalrymple Dacres, Esqre. Lieut. in HM 67th Regt., who died at sea, on his passage from Barbadoes, 11th July 1835, aged 21 years. Josiah, his son, Lieutenant in the 69th Regt. of Foot, died in the service of his country, at the Helder, on the coast of Holland, September 28th 1799 aged 20 years."

Dade - Lieutenant John - 56th Bengal Native Infantry - died 30th October 1830.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. John Dade of the 56th Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 30th day of October 1830. This monument is erected by the officers of his regiment as a token of esteem."

D'Aguilar - Captain Charles Swainson - 84th Punjabis - died 21st March 1912.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Charles Swainson D'Aguilar. Captain. 84th Punjabis. Born 16 Sep 1880. Died 21 Mar 1912."

Dalzell - Lieutenant William - 92nd Highlanders - died 12th March 1842.
Memorial at Chrsit Church, Cheltenham -
"Dedicated by a widowed mother to the memory of her only son William Dazell, Lt in HM 92 Highlanders, who died in the island of Barbadoes, March 12 1842, aged 20 yrs and 9 months."

Daniel - Captain Ludford Harvey - 38th Foot -
died 8th October 1859.
Served Crimea (medal and bar, Order of Medjidie 5th class), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Kasauli -
"To the memory of Ludford Harvey Daniel Esqre Captain Hr Ms 38th Regiment and Major in the Army 5th class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie. He died at Kussowlie on the 8th day of October 1859. Aged 34 years. This monument was erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Daniell - Lieutenant Charles Astell - 8th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 24th November 1855.
Committed suicide. Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Charles Astell Daniell, who died 24th November 1855. erected by two of his sincere friends."

Daniell - Captain Michael - Tipperary Militia - died 30th April 1832.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Here lie the remains of Captain Michael Daniell, late Adjutant of the Tipperary Militia, who died 30th April 1832 aged 60 years. Also the remains of Mary, his wife, who died September 2nd 1826, aged 60 years."

Darling - Lieutenant Patrick - 24th Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th August 1854.
Grave at Srinagar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Patrick Darling of the 24th Regiment Bengal N.I. who died at Kashmir on the 29th August 1854 Aged 25 years 4 months. This stone is placed as a slight token of respect by his brother officers."

Davenport - Lieutenant Henry Wayet - 39th Foot - died 8th August 1845.
Son of Rear Admiral Sir Salusbury Davenport, CB, KCH. (see entry).
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Henry Wayet Davenport. Lieutenant HM 39th Regiment, fourth son of the above, died 8th August 1845 and was buried at Dinapore in the Presidency of Bengal."

Davidson - Lieutenant George Henry - 72nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 17th October 1843.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of G.H. Davidson Lieut & Adjt 72nd Regt N.I. Died 17th October 1843."

Davidson - Captain John Stewart - Invalid Establishment - died 25th March 1848.
Born 27th August 1809. Grave at Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Stewart Davidson Invalid Establishment, who departed this life at Delhee 25th day of March, 1848, aged 38 years 6 months and 27 days."

Davidson - Physician-General Robert - Madras Army - died 3rd March 1888.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Here lies the body of Robert Davidson MA. formerly Physician General of the Madras Army. Born at Aberdeen on the 4 May 1795. Died at Cheltenham on the 3rd March 1888."

Davies - Major Evan - 14th Bombay Native Infantry - died 8th May 1827.
Grave at Hyderabad -
"Sacred to the memory of Evan Davies, Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding the Cavalry Division of His Highness the Nizam's Army, and Major of the 14th Regt. N.I. on the Establishment of Bombay, who died 8th May 1827, aged 44 years. In testimony of respect for Lieut-Colonel Davies' memory and in order to perpetuate the recollection of his services, the Resident of Hyderabad, on the part of his Highness the Nizam's Government, caused this monument to be erected at the public expense."

Davies - Colonel Samuel Hugh James - Bengal Staff Corps - died 22nd June 1869.
Son of Surgeon Samuel Davies (Bengal Medical Service). Born in Brompton, Middlesex in 1819. Served Punniar 1843 (star), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Murree -
"In memoriam Samuel Hugh James Davies Colonel Bengal Staff Corps, served with his regt. with the 51st N.I. during the Gwalior and Sutlej Campaigns and at the siege of Mooltan entered the D.P.W. in the Punjab in 1854, and under his supervision the Murree Church was completed. Was transferred in 1867 to Assam as Supt. Engineer, and died there on the 22nd June 1869, aged 49 years. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing brothers and sisters in token of their love and affection."

Davies - Ensign Thomas Williams - 22nd Foot - died 9th September 1843.
Memorial in Frederik Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Thomas (US Virgin Islands) -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas Williams Davies, Ensign in her Britannic Majesty's 22 Regiment second son of Sir David Davies KCH, MD. Who while returning to England fell a victim in this island to the West India fever at the early age of 18. Sincerely lamented by his brother officers Sept. 9th 1841. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing father, over the distant grave of a dearly beloved and dutiful son. An affectionate brother. A warm hearted and generous friend."

Davis - Captain Charles Farquahar - 24th Bengal Native Infantry - died 1st January 1855.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
Tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Sialkot -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Charles Farquahar Davis of the 24th Regt Bengal N.I. who departed this life at Wuzeerabad on the 1st January 1855, aged 33 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a slight token of their esteem and regard."

Davis - Lieutenant Ernest Horace - Royal Horse Artillery - died 20th December 1897.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Ernest Horace Davis. Lieutenant. B Battery RHA. Eldest son of Henry William Banks Davis, Esq., R.A. Born 18 Jul. 1865. Died of fever at Rawalpindi 20 Dec 1897."

Davison - Lieutenant Gerald Clement - 10th Bengal Native Infantry - died 22nd May 1893.
Grave at Astore -
"In loving memory of Gerald Clement Davison Lt. 10th Bengal Infantry youngest son of Revd C.H. Davison Rector of Harlington Middlesex who died at Astore May 22nd 1893 aged 26 years."

Dawson - Major Edward Steer Kennet - 106th Light Infantry - died 10th September 1868.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Major E.S. Kennet Dawson late of the 106th Light Infantry who died at Simla 10th of September 1868. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a mark of the respect and esteem entertained by them for the deceased."

Dawson - Captain Reginald Harry - 3rd Sikh Infantry - died 10th October 1892.
Served Egypt 1882 (medal and Khedives star), Burma 1887 (medal and 2 bars), Samana 1891 (bar).
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat - "In memory of Reginald Harry Dawson Captain 3rd Sikh Infantry, who was drowned in the wreck of the Bokhara off the Coast of China on the 10th Oct. 1892. Aged 30 years. This tablet is erected in his memory by his brother officers."

Day - Lieutenant Edward A.F.H. - Royal Artillery - died 10th June 1884.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"To the memory of Lieutenant Edward A.F.H. Day, Royal Artillery, who died of typhoid fever at Kyra Gully, 10th June 1884. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."
Grave at the Old British Cemetery near old Parade Ground, Khaira Gali - "Sacred to the memory of Edward A.F.H. Day, Lieut. R.A. who died at Khyra Gully June 10th 1884 aged 22 years."

Day - Deputy Surgeon-General Francis - Madras Army - died 10th July 1889.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Francis Day, Deputy Surgeon General Madras Army 'Retired' who entered into rest July 10th 1889 Aged 60."

Day - Captain James - 47th Madras Native Infantry - died 3rd August 1861.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain James Day of the 47th Regt. Grenadiers who died at this station on the 3rd August 1861 aged 42 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."

Dayrell - Lieutenant Charles Lionel - 60th Bengal Native Infantry - died 9th October 1857.
Grave at Kasauli -
"To the memory of Charles Lionel Dayrell, 2nd son of the Revd T. Dayrell, of Shudy Camp's Park, Cambridgeshire Lieutt in the late 60th B.N.I. but served with H.M's 75th Regiment during the Siege of Delhi. born January 8th 1836, died at Kussowlie Octr 9th 1857 in the 22nd year of his age. This tablet is erected by his affectionate and sorrowing brother and campanion in arms Thomas Dayrell."

Deare - Captain George - Royal Canadian Regiment - died 1851.
Grave at St. Mark's Cemetery, Niagara, Canada -
 "Capt. Geo. Deare, R.C.R., eldest son of the late Lieut. Col. Deare, 8th Hussars, who died at Niagara, 1851, aged 32 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a testimony of esteem and regard."

Deare - 2nd Lieutenant Philip Charles - 21st Foot - died 2nd June 1847.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Philip Charles Deare late 2nd Lieut. HM 21st RNB Fusrs. who died at Cawnpore on the 22nd June 1847 in the 19th year of his age."

Deas - Captain William Patrick - 6th Madras Light Cavalry - died 27th July 1845.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"To the memory of Captn. W.P. Deas 6th Lt. Cavalry who died 27th July 1845 aged 37 years. Erected by his brother officers in token of their esteem and regard."

Debrett - Captain John Edward - Bengal Artillery - died 10th May 1835.
Served Nepal 1814, Maharatta-Pindari war 1818. Married Martha Burrup at Chittagong, 31st October 1825.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of John Edward Debrett, Captain in the Bengal Artillery. Who departed this life on 10th May 1835. Aged 46 years. This monument was erected by his son. 1863."

Decluzeau - Captain William - 6th Bengal Native Infantry - died 21st November 1826.
Served Nepal 1814, Ceylon 1818. Grave at Karnal -
"To the memory of Capt W. Decluzean 6th Reg N.I. who died at Karnal Novr 21st 1826."

Delafosse - Major Henry, CB - Bengal Artillery - died 3rd October 1845.
Served in the Maharatt-Pindari war 1817, Afghanistan 1842 (medal, CB). His son, Major-General Henry George Delafosse, CB (1835-1904) was one of the four survivors of the Cawnpore Massacre 27th June 1857.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Henry Delafosse C.B. Bengal Artillery Principal Commissary of Ordnance, who died near Ferozepore 3rd October 1845."

Delamaine - Major Innis - 16th Bengal Native Infantry - died 2nd March 1814.
Son of William and Mary Delamaine. Married Isabella Baillie at Cawnpore, 6th January 1795.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Major Innis Delamaine of the 16th NI died at Cawnpore 2nd March 1814 aged 52 years."

De Latour - Lieutenant Gideon Colquhoun - 4th Punjab Infantry - died 14th August 1867.
Grave at Old Cemetery, Dera Ismail Khan -
"Gideon Colquhoun De Latour, Lieut. 4th Punjab Infy 14th August 1867."

Delatre - Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Chesneau - died 1848.
Memorial at
Drummondville Church, Niagara, Canada - "In memory of Philip Chesneau Delatre, late Lieut.-Col. in the British army, born 1777, died 1848."

Dely - Captain William Alexander - 61st Foot - died 1st October 1857.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857.
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn W.A. Dely HMs 61st regt died of cholera at Delhie Octr 1st 1857 aged 47 years .... sincerely regretted by their brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Demoor - Lieutenant P.J. - 17th Foot - died 29th September 1820.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant P.J. Demoor of H.M. 17th Regiment who departed this life on the 29th September 1820, aged 28 years."

Dennis - Robert - 20th Foot - died 13th February 1922.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Dennis Esq. late of the XX Regt. son of Captain Robert Dennis 5th Bombay NIEICHS. Born at Jalnah India Jan. 5th 1849. Died at Cheltenham 13th Feb. 1922. Aged 72."

Denniss - Lieutenant-Colonel George Gladwin, CB - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 13th January 1856.
Served Nepal 1815, Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar, CB).
Grave at Kasauli -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Colonel George Gladwin Denniss, CB late of the Bengal Horse Artillery, Eldest son of the late Colonel George B. Denniss H.Ms 43rd Light Infantry, who departed this life at Kalka on the 13th day of January 1856 in his 64th year."

Denty - Captain James - 3rd European Regiment - died 20th April 1790.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"In memory of Captain James Denty who died 20 April 1790 aged 52 years."

Dering - Lieutenant-Colonel Edgar William Wallace - 2nd Bn. King's Own Scottish Borderers - died 2nd December 1894.
Son of Cholmeley Charles William Dering, of Hertfordshire. Born 15th August 1848.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel Edgar William Wallace Dering comdg 2bd batt. the Kings Own Scottish Borderers who died at Rawul Pindi on Decr 2nd 1894 erected to his memory by his brother officers."

Desborough - Major-General, C.B. - Royal Artillery - died 14th January 1918.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Major General Desborough C.B. (Late) Royal Artillery who was born on Jan. 24th 1824, and died at Cross House Northam Jan. 14th 1918."

Dewar - Captain Albermarle - 87th Foot - died 5th June 1862.
Memorial at St. Michael & All Angels Church, Knights Enham, Hampshire -
"In affectionate remembrance of Albermarle Dewar Esqre of Doles Hall near Andover formerly Captain in HM 87th R.I. Fusiliers eldest son of the late David Albermarle Bertie Dewar born 18th May 1822 died in London 5th June 1862 his remains are deposited in the family vault."

De Winton - Captain Parry - 8th Hussars - died 25th July 1861.
Grave at Meerut -
"Captain Parry De Winton 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars died of cholera at Meerut on 25 July 1861 age 20 years."

Dexter - Lieutenant Christopher - 63rd Foot - died 19th May 1834.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"To the memory of Christopher Dexter of the County of Tipperary Ireland Lieutenant in His Majesty's 63rd Regiment who died at Fort St. George Madras on the 19th May 1834 aged 39 years. This monument is erected by his widow the eldest daughter of the Revd. Fulwar Craven Fowle of this parish."

Dick - Captain James Abercromby - 52nd Foot - Died 22nd September 1859.
Served Kaffir War 1851 (medal). Buried at Multan. No memorial.

Dick - General Alexander - 71st Native Infantry - died 25th November 1875.
Born in Perthsire, 3rd April 1789. Served Mahratta war 1805, Java 1811. Married Louisa Ward in New South Wales, 5th June 1824.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of General Alexander Dick HEICS son of the late Robert Dick Esq of Tullymet, Perthshire. who died 25th November 1875 at Dehra Dun."

Dickie - Assistant-Surgeon Robert - East India Company Service - died 5th August 1844.
Memorial at Kane Churchyard, co. Louth, Ireland -
"Robert Dickie M.D. Assistant Surgeon H.M.E.I.C.S., eldest son of the late Robert Dickie of Roachdale died 5 August 1844 age 26 years whilst doing duty with the 21st Fusiliers at Kamptee in the East Indies, and is buried there by his brother officers who have erected a monument to his memory."

Dickson - Lieutenant-Colonel William - 7th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 24th July 1828.
Served Mahratta War 1803. Grave at Karnal -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Dickson commanding VII Regiment Light Cavalry who died July 24th 1828 Aged 49 years. This monument is inscribed by the Officers of his Regiment as a mark of their esteem and respect."

Dickson - Lieutenant William - Bengal Engineers - died 31st August 1827.
Grave at Chittagong -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Lieut. William Dickson, Executive Engineer of this Station, eldest son of Colonel Sir Alexander Dickson, KCB of H.M. Royal Artillery, Aide-de-Camp to the King and Governor of Woolwich, who died August 31st 1827, aged 23 years."

Dickson - Lieutenant-Colonel John William - Durham Light Infantry - died 7th November 1899.
Dickson - Commander Thomas Hyacinth - Royal Navy - died 12th September 1888.
St. Anne's Church of Ireland, County Donegal, Ireland -
"In loving memory of John William Dickson, Lt. Col. D.L.I. Born November 19th 1802 died November 7th 1899. Also Thomas Hyacinth Dickson, Commander R.N., Born Sept. 11th 1844 died September 12th 1888."

Dobbie - Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Shedden - 39th Native Infantry - died 2nd May 1868.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"Sacred to the Memory of L. Col. Robert Shedden Dobbie, Commandant 39th Regiment N.I., who died at Bangalore 2 May, 1868 47 yrs. This Tablet is erected in affectionate memory by the Officers of his Regiment."

Dobree - Lieutenant Augustus Croft - 16th Lancers - died 2nd August 1867.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"In Memory of Lieut. Augustus Croft Dobree, HM 16th Lancers who died at Bangalore 2 August, 1867 Age 22. Deeply regretted by his brother Officers by whom this Tablet was erected in affectionate remembrance."
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."

Dobree - Captain Frederick William - Madras Staff Corps - died 11th September 1869.
Grave at Waltair -
"To the beloved memory of Capt. F.W. Dobree Madras Staff Corps D.A.O.M.G. who died at Waltair the 11th Sept. 1869 aged 38."

Dobree - Lieutenant Samuel - 5th Native Light Infantry - died 7th January 1854.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Samuel Dobree of the Fifth Regiment Native Light Infantry and Assistant Military Auditor General Bombay. Second son of the reverend I.G. Dobree, Rector of Newbourn Suffolk. Born 27th February 1827 died 7th January 1854."

Dodd - Major George Dodd, C.I.E. - South Waziristan Militia - died 14th April 1914.
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy -
"George Dodd, C.I.E. Major, Commandant South Waziristan Militia and Political Agent, died of wounds inflicted by his native orderly, April 14 1914. Gentleman Cadet R.M.C. 1891-92."

Dodsworth - Lieutenant-Colonel George - 34th Foot
- died 4th October 1808.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary -
"Lieut-Colonel George Dodsworth, of H.M.’s 34th Regt., died 4th October 1808, aged 46 years. Erected by his widow."

Doherty - Major Josh - 13th Light Dragoons - died 12th June 1820.
Grave at Agram Cemetery, Bangalore -
"Beneath a Tomb close to this pillar rest the mortal remains of Major Josh Doherty, H.M. 13th Dragoons, who died on June 12, 1820, aged 32 years; The Tomb and this Memorial of their loss is erected by his sorrowing brother officers."

Dollard - Surgeon William - 7th Bengal Native Infantry - died 4th October 1845.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"This tomb is erected by Major General Hamilton, Major Holmes, and officers of the 7th regt. N.I. to commemorate the great worth and high merits of their esteemed brother officer. the late Dr. William Dollard, FRCS who departed this life at Delhi, on the 4th October 1845. aged 45 years."

Dolphin - Lieutenant Harold Maximilian Burton - Sistan Levy Corps - died 31st August 1920.
Grave at Quetta -
"Erected by his brother officers in memory of Lieutenant Harold Maximilian Burton Dolphin. Sistan Levy Corps who died on active service at Gurageh, East Persia on 31 Aug 1920. Aged 21 yrs."

D'Ombrain - Lieutenant Robert - 1st Natal Native Contingent - died 6th April 1879.
Memorial at Westwall church, Kent -
"In loving remembrance of Robert, Lieutenant 1st Natal Native Contingent, second son of the Rev. H. Honywood D’Ombrain, Vicar of this Parish, who died at Fort Cherry Kraz Kop Natal, 6th April 1879 aged 32."

Donnelly - Quarter Master J. - 47th Foot - died 22nd July 1885.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Quarter Master J. Donnelly. 47th Regiment. Died Quetta 22 July 1885. Aged 48 yrs. Erected by his brother officers."

Donnithorne - Lieutenant Henry - 44th Foot - died 28th August 1834.
Grave at Calcutta -
"To the memory of Henry Donnithorne, late a Lieut. in H.M. 44th Regt. who departed this life at the Presidency on the 28th day of August 1834, in the 35th year of his age."

Dorin - Captain Henry Alexander - 27th Bengal Native Infantry - died 25th May 1858.
Son of Joseph Dorin, Bengal Civil Service. Born at Calcutta, 26th September 1824.
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the memory of Henry Alexander Dorin, Captain 27th N.I. and Assistant Commissary General who departed this life on the 25th May 1858."

Dougan - Captain Robert Frederick - 10th Light Cavalry - died 30th July 1829.
Born in London, 26th July 1801.Served at Bhurtpore 1825.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain R.F. Dougan of the 10th Light Cavalry who departed this life on the 30th July 1829 aged 28 years."

Douglas - Lieutenant Adam - 2/6th Bengal Native Infantry - died 7th May 1812.
Grave at Karnal -
"This monument .... memory of Lieut. A. Douglas late of the 2 B. 6 Regt ob. Aug 7 1812. Ann Act 23 by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem for the deceased."

Douglas - Captain Archibald Philip - 7th Dragoon Guards - died 5th September 1863.
Grave at Kasauli -
"To the memory of Archibald Philip Douglas Captain 7th Princess Royal's Dragoon Guards who died at Kussowlie on the 5th of September 1863 aged 31 years. This monument was erected by his brother officers in token of friendship and regard."

Douglas - Major Charles - 61st Foot - died 30th July 1847.
Grave is in Ambala Cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Major C. Douglas. H.M.s 61st Regiment. Eldest son of Lieut. General Sir Howard Douglas, GCB, who departed this life at Umballa on the 30th July 1847, Aged 40 years. deeply and sincerely regretted by his friends who have erected this simple monument to his memory and worth."

Douglas - Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh Maxwell - Bombay Artillery - died 23rd July 1862.
Memorial at Dryfesdale Cemetery, Dumfries, Scotland -
"Lt. Col. Hugh Maxwell Douglas of the Royal Late Bombay Artillery who died in Edinburgh on 23 Jul 1862 age 38 after distinguished Service with his Reg. in India and China."

Douglas - Lieutenant-Colonel James - Bengal Army - died 10th February 1878.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel James William Douglas, late of the Bengal Army and for many years in the Political Department, Indore, Malwah. Deceased 10 February 1878 and of Fanny Douglas his wife, Deceased May 3rd 1893."

Douglas - Major James Mainwaring - Royal Artillery - died 12th February 1887.
Served Afghanistan 1879-80 (medal and bar, star).
Grave at Kasauli -
"In remembrance of Major James Mainwaring Douglas R.A. born February 8th 1840 at Lankbeare House, Talaton, Devon. died at Jutogh 12th February 1887."

Douglas - Captain John - 54th Foot - died 11th July 1796.
Douglas - Major-General Robert - died 7th June 1798.
Memorial in St. Mary Magdalen's church, Taunton, Somerset -
"Sacred to the Memory of Major-General Robert Douglas, who died June 7th 1798, aged 54, Sincerely regretted by all his relatives & friends. After serving his country forty years In all quarters of the globe, he fell a victim to the fatal effects of climate. His remains lie interred near this spot. Also to the memory of his son, John Douglas, Captain in the 54th Regt. of Foot, who died of the yellow fever, at St. Kitt's, July 11th 1796, In the 22d year of his age. This tribute of gratitude is erected by her who lives to deplore the loss of the best of husbands and a beloved son."

Douie - Captain Andrew - Royal Horse Artillery - died 28th January 1871.
Memorial at Kinross -
"In remembrance of Captain Andrew Douie, Royal Horse Artillary, who died at the Johnstone near Stirling on the 28 Jan 1871 aged 34 years. This tablet is a last tribute of affectionate regard from his brother officers."

Douie - Ensign Robert - 26th Madras Native Infantry - died 19th March 1850.
Memorial at Kinross -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Douie, Ensign in the 26th regiment Madras Native Infantry, who died at sea on the 19th day of March A.D. 1850, aged 20. His mortal remains were commited to the deep. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."

Doveton - Captain Edward - Madras Army - died 16th September 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. Edward Doveton of the Madras Establishment, Aide-de-Camp to General Sir John Doveton, died on the 16th Sept. 1823, aged 22 years and 9 months."

Doveton - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Jackson - 38th Native Infantry - died 1st October 1832.
Grave at Midnapore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut-Colonel Charles Jackson Doveton, who died on the 1st October 1832, aged 48 years. This tomb is erected in commemoration of his inestimable worth as a Christian and Soldier, and as a mark of the paternal regard of General Sir John Arnold, KCB and the filial affection of the officers of the 38th Regt. N.I."

Dowdeswell - Captain William Fombelle - 7th Dragoon Guards - died 31st August 1861.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Beneath this stone lie the mortal remains of Captain William Fombelle Dowdeswell 7th or Princess Royal's Dragoon Guards, youngest son of George Dowdeswell Esq and Maryanne Rose his wife, of the Doon House, Red Marley, Worcestershire. Born 17th August 1830 . Died 31st August 1861. In his memory this monument is erected by his brother."

Down - Lieutenant Charles Boileau - 13th Bombay Native Infantry - died 12th September 1881.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Boileau Down. Lieutenant and Adjutant 13th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, who died at Quetta on 12th September 1881. Aged 31 years 6 months."

Downes - Captain Leonard Sawbridge - Royal Artillery - died 8th December 1907.
2nd Lt. 1891. Capt. 1900. Served NWF 1897-8 (medal & clasp).
Downes - Lieutenant-Commander Humphrey - Royal Navy -
died 24th November 1908.
Memorial at Shaw Church, Shaw, near Newbury, Berkshire -
"In loving memory of Elizabeth wife of Col. Leonard Downes RA of Donnington Lodge Died 23rd Oct. 1908 aged 64 Buried at East Haddon, Northamptonshire. Also of their sons Captain Leonard Sawbridge Downes Royal Field Artillery Instructor of Gunnery for the Northern Army in India Died 8th Dec 1907 aged 36 Buried at Jhelum and Robert Humphrey Downes Lieut. Commander Royal Navy Knight of the Swedish Order of the Sword Died 24th Nov 1908 aged 27."

Dowse - Surgeon Richard Robert - 70th Foot - Died 14th February 1859.
Served Crimea (medal and 3 bars, Order of Medjidie 5th class).
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Richard Robert Dowse Surgeon H.M. 70th Regiment who departed this life on the 14th February 1859 en route to Mooltan aged 42 years. His remains were interred on following day in the burial ground of Mooltan."

Doyne - Lieutenant Charles Armstrong - 60th Bengal Native Infantry - died 18th June 1857.
Son of Rev. John and Ellen Doyne, of Co. Carlow. Born 18th February 1826.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"To the memory of Lieutenant Charles Armstrong Doyne late of the 60th BNI who died at Umballa on the 18th of June AD1857. This tomb was erected by his widow."

Doyne - Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Kavangh - 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards - died 17th June 1900.
Son of Richard Doyne, Born 11th April 1848. Cornet 1868. Lt-Col. 1892.
Tablet in St. Paul's Church, Ambala -
"In loving memory of Philip Kavanagh Doyne, late Lieut. Colonel commanding 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, of Hermitage, Co. Dublin, and Kilmanaghmore, Co. Wicklow, Ireland, who died at Simla, on 17th June 1900, aged 52."

Drew - Major George - 33rd Madras Native Infantry - died 16th August 1827.
Memorial at St. John the Baptist, Bishop's Castle -
"Major George Drew of the 33rd Madras Native Infantry who fell a sacrifice to the climate and died at Chinnapatam near Bangalore on the 16th of August 1827 in the 37th year of his age."

Drew - Lieutenant William - 3rd Madras Native Infantry - died 24th December 1833.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Erected by the officers of the 3rd Regiment or Palamcottah Light Infantry to the memory of Lieutenant William Drew of that Corps, who died at Vizianagrum, on the 24th day of December 1833, and in the 25th year of his age."

Drummond - Lieutenant-Colonel Francis - Bengal Army - died 7th December 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut-Col. Francis Drummond of the Bengal Army, who departed this life on the 7th of Dec. 1823, aged 60."

Drummond - Major James - 19th Bengal Native Infantry - died 26th April 1852.
Born at Earlston, Dumfries, October 1808.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Major James Drummond late commanding 19th regiment Bengal N.I. at Boodee Pind near Jullunder. Who departed this life at Simla on the 26th April 1852 aged 43 years and 6 months. This tomb was erected by his brother officers, by permission of his relatives, as a testimonial of their sincere regard for his deep worth, and regret for his untimely loss."

Drummond - Lieutenant John Cargill - 25th Foot - died 4th November 1879.
Committed suicide.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In loving memory of John cargill Drummond. Lieutenant 25th Regiment Kings Own Borderers. Born May 1859. Died Peshawar 4th November 1879."

Drummond - Lieutenant-Colonel John Gavin, CB - Bengal Army - died 11th December 1851.
Born in Edinburgh, 1788. Served Nepal 1814, Burma 1825 (medal and 2 bars), Maharajpoor 1843 (star, CB), Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Jhelum -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Colonel J.G. Drummond C.B. Quarter Master General of the Bengal Army, who died at Kharian in the camp of His Excellency the Comr in Chief on the 11th December 1851, aged 63 years. This tomb is erected by General Sir W. Gomm K.C.B. and the staff at army Head Quarters as a mark of the great esteem and regard in which the deceased was universally held."

Drysdale - Ensign James St. Clair - 93rd Foot - died 23rd October 1862.
Grave at Jalozai -
"Sacred to the memory of Major W.G.A. Middleton. Ensign J.St.C. Drysdale. Asst. Surgeon S. Hope. 61 Rank and File. 13 Women, 15 children, all of the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders who died of cholera at or near this spot during the month of October 1862."

Dudgeon - Captain Patrick - 14th Native Infantry - died 6th October 1825.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. Patrick Dudgeon of the 14th Regt. N.I. Commanding Sylhet Local Battalion, died 6th October 1825, aged 36 years."

Duffin - Lieutenant-Colonel Adam - 2nd Bengal Cavalry - died 28th December 1838.
Served Nepal 1814, Mahratta-Pindari war 1817. Married Mary Hickman at Muttra, 10th August 1815.
Grave at Bahawalpur -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Col Adam Duffin 2nd Bengal Cavalry who departed this life on the Sutlej the 28th December 1838 aged 50. This tomb was erected as a tribute of respect to the character of the deceased by the officers of his regt the Commander in chief in India and the officers of the army of the Indus."

Duffin - Colonel Robert - Bengal Army - died 7th November 1874.
Son of Lt-Col. Adam Duffin (Bengal Cavalry). Born at Shikarpur, 19th February 1821. Served at Punniar 1843 (star). Married Charlotte Burkinyoung at Rawalpindi, 14th November 1857. Her father, Lieutenant F.W. Burkinyoung (5th N.I.) was killed in Afghanistan 1842.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Robert Duffin Bengal Army, born 19th February 1821, died 7th November 1874."

Duke - Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Leonard - Indian Medical Service - died 26th February 1918.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Leonard Duke, IMS. CMO Baluchistan. Born Abroath 1866. Died 26 Feb 1918."

Dumbreck - Inspector-General Sir David - Medical Department - died 24th January 1876.
Assistant-Surgeon, 88th Foot, 1826. Staff 1838. Crimea (medal, 4 clasps, Order of Medjidie, CB).
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of Sir David Dumbreck KCB, born in Aberdeenshire 1805. Inspector General of Army Hospitals and Honorary Physician to the Queen. Served with distinction in the Crimea was present at the Battles of Alma Balaclava Inkermann and the Siege of Sebastopol, for which he received the Crimea medal with 4 clasps, the Turkish medal and the Knighthood of the Order of the Medjidie. He departed this life at Florence Jan. 24 1876 universally regretted. This monument has been erected to his memory by his sorrowing widow."

Dundas - Major Charles Albert Whitley Deans - Intelligence Corps - died 25th December 1962.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"In memory of Charles Albert Whitley Deans-Dundas Major Intelligence Corps Died December 25th 1962 aged 52 years. This tablet was placed here by his widow Daphne."

Dundas - Major Charles Frederick Whitley Deans - Royal Warwickshire Regiment - died 8th June 1938.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"In memory of Charles Frederick Whitley Deans-Dundas Major The Royal Warwickshire Regiment Died June 8th 1938 aged 68 years. This tablet was placed here by his son."

Dundas - Captain Charles James Whitley Deans - Royal Lancashire Militia - died 11th April 1856.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"To the memory of Charles James Whitley Deans Dundas Captain in the 6th Royal Lancashire Militia who died the 11th April 1856 aged 45 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers in token of their friendship and esteem."

Dundas - Admiral Sir James Whitley Deans - Royal Navy - died 3rd October 1862.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"To the memory of Admiral Sir J.W. Deans Dundas GCB who died October 3rd 1862 aged 76."
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire - "To the memory of Sir James Whitley Deans Dundas Admiral of the White, Military Knight Grand Cross of the most Honourable Order of the Bath, Mejidie of the First Class and Grand Cross of the Legion of Honour, Commander in Chief of Her Majesty's Fleet in the Mediterranean and Black Sea in the years 1852, 1853 and 1854. Sir James Dundas filled the office of Clerk of the Ordnance, a Lord of the Admiralty in two Administrations and represented the Boroughs of Devizes and Greenwich in four Parliaments. Born December 4th 1785 Died October 3rd 1862 aged 76 years."

Dundas - Major-General Thomas - 80th Regiment - died June 3 1794.
Born 30 June 1750, son of Thomas and Janet Dundas. M.P for Orkney and Shetland 1771-80, 1784-90.
Died in Guadeloupe of yellow fever. He was buried at Fort Maltilde, Guadelope. When the French retook the island, his remains were desecrated on the order of the French commander.
Tablet in Trinidad -
"To the memory of Major-General Thomas Dundas, who, with great professional abilities and with a mind generous and brave, fell a sacrifice to his zeal and exertion in the service of his King and country, on the 3rd day of June 1794, in the fourty fourth year of his age. His remains were interred in the principal bastion of Fort Maltide, in the island of Guadelope, in the conquering of which he bore a most distinguished share, and which he commanded at his death. This tablet was erected by his brother officers as a mark of their high esteem for his many valuable qualities, and their regret for his loss"
 
Dunlop - Lieutenant-Colonel John - 23rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 18th July 1840.
Served Ceylon 1818. Attained rank of Lieutenant-Colonel just 9 days before his death on 18th July (inscription incorrect).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John Dunlop XXIIId Reg Nat Infy who died at Simla July 1st 1840. This tomb is erected to Major Dunlop by his brother officers in token of their esteem and regard."

Dunlop - Ensign Robert - 1st European Light Infantry - died 31st July 1843.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign Dunlop 1st European Light Infantry who died at Soobhatoo July 31st 1843. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Dunlop - Colonel William - Bengal Army - died 5th November 1841.
Memorial in St. Andrew's Kirk, Calcutta -
"In memory of Colonel William Dunlop, Quarter-Master General of the H.E.I. Company's Bengal Army. Born March 16, 1785 at Whitmuirhall, Parish of Selkirk, county of Roxburgh; Died November 5, 1841 at Allahabad, In progress to Simlah with the Commander-in-Chief. This tablet has been erected by a few friends in testimony of the affectionate regard with which they cherish the remembrance of his amiable qualities, genuine kindness and solid worth."

Dunn - Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Duncan William - Hampshire Regiment - died 22nd March 1899.
Ensign 1865.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Kintbury, Berkshire -
"In memory of Thomas Duncan William Dunn of Standen Manor, Hungerford, Lt Colonel Hampshire Regiment third son of Major General William and Margaret Duncan Dunn of Inglewood who died at Cairo March 22nd 1899."

Du Puis - Lieutenant G.A.S. - 98th Foot - killed 25th May 1884.
Grave at Quetta -
"Lieutenant G.A.S. Du Puis. 98th North Staffs Regiment. Murdered by Pathans on Mount Zerghum 25 May 1884."

Duran - Lieutenant-Colonel John James - HEICS - died 31st December 1805.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of John James Duran Lieuteant Colonel in the Hon'ble Company Service He departed this life on the 31 December 1805 Aged 77 years Universally and deservedly lamented by a numerous circle of friends as his noble heart was the seat of every excellence and virtue these lines are inscribed by his unhappy widow as a feeble monument of his merits and her affliction."

Durand - Major-General Sir Henry Marion, KCSI, CB - Royal Engineers - died 1st January 1871.
Son of Colonel Henry Percy, CB (14th Light Dragoons, Peninsula and Waterloo). Born 6th November 1812. Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar, CB). Married Emily Allnatt in 1859.
Memorial on the Durand Gate, Tonk -
"Major General Sir Henry Durand K.C.S.I. C.B. Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab and its Dependencies died at Tank on the 1st January 1871, in consequence of injuries received on the previous evening by a fall from a howdah, while passing on an elephant through this gateway."
Monument in Church compound, Dera Ismail Khan - "Sacred to the memory of Henry Marion Durand Major General Royal Engineers C.B. K.C.S.I. Lieutenant Governor of the Punjab. born Novr 15th 1812 - died Jany 1st 1871. He entered the army in 1828 and after serving his country for forty years in the field and in the cabinet, was killed in the discharge of his duty, by a fall from an elephant at Tonk - N.W. Frontier."

Durnford - Ensign Charles - 65th Foot - died 7th January 1832.
Memorial Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"In memory of Charles Durnford late Ensign of His Majesty's 65th Regt and fifth son of Colonel Durnford of the Corps of Royal Engineers who died at this place on the 7th of January 1832 aged 20 yrs."

Duval - Ensign David - 35th Native Infantry - died 23rd July 1842.
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign David Duval, 35th Regiment N.I., son of Captain Duval, H.M. 81st Foot, who was drowned in the Herah Nuhlah near Hurryhur on the 23rd day of July A.D. 1842, aged 20 years 6 months and 14 days. This monument is erected by his brother officers and friends as a tribute of affection and regret for his untimely fate."

Dyas - Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Henry - Royal Engineers - died 4th March 1868.
Son of Captain Joseph Dyas (2nd Ceylon Regt. ex-51st Foot, served Peninsula and Waterloo). Born 7th April 1824. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal). Grave at Cashmere Gate cemetery, Delhi -
"In memory of Joseph Henry Dyas, Lieut Colonel R.E. born April 7 1824. died March 4 1868. Erected by his friends and comrades."

Dynan - Captain T. - 16th Lancers - died 31st March 1874.
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."


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