Eager - Lieutenant-General Robert John, CB - 31st Foot - died 23rd October 1894.
Son of Major Francis Russel Eager (31st Foot) and Jane Oliver Eager.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memory of Lt. General Robert John Eager, CB. Son of the above and late Colonel Commander 31st Regiment. Died October 23rd 1894. Aged 83."

Eagle - Captain George Eagle - 2/3rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th June 1811.
Grave at Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn & Brevet Major George Eagle 2d 3d Regt N.I. of the Bengal Establishment who departed this life the 29th June 1811 at Delhi. Aged 46 years, 7 months. This monument is erected by his afflicted widow in testimony of her affection & gratitude."

Eardley-Wilmot - Colonel Arthur, C.M.G. - Royal Horse Artillery - died 9th March 1940.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Colonel Arthur Eardley-Wilmot, C.M.G. Royal Horse Artillery June 6th 1856 - March 9th 1940 And of Mary Blanche, his wife, Sept. 6th. 1861 - August 13th 1942. Also in memory of their only son Lieutenant Frederick Lawrence, P.P.C.L.I. Killed near Ypres March 18th 1915, Aged 20."

Eccles - Captain James - King's New Brunswick Regiment - died 30th May 1839.
Served during the American Revolution in the King's N.B. Regiment.
Grave at Fredericton, Canada -
"Sacred to the memory of James Eccles, Esqr., Captain in the 2nd Royal Veteran Battalion. Who departed this life on the 30th of May 1839, in the 83rd year of his age. Having served his government 57 years. He was truly honourable, a never failing friend, and charitable when necessary."

Edwardes - Lieutenant Henry John - 15th
Bengal Native Infantry - died 15th November 1848.
Son of Rev. Benjamin Edwardes. Born 28th August 1818.
Grave in Ferozepore cemetery -
"Here lies Henry John Edwardes Lieutenant 15th N.I. who was killed by a fall from his horse on the 14th November 1848. while proceeding to join his regiment in the second Sikh Campaign. Aged 30. The officers of his Corps and his brother Herbert erected this tablet to his memory."

Edwards - General Clement Alexander, CB - Royal Irish Regiment - died 29th July 1882.
St.Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin -
"In memory of General Clement Alexander Edwards CB., Knight of the Legion of Honour. Born November 13th 1812; Died July 29th 1882. Colonel of the Royal Irish Regiment in which he served upwards of 53 years, was present with it's 1st Battalion in the wars of China, 1842; Burma 1852; The Crimea, 1854; The Indian Mutiny 1857. This tablet was erected by his brother officers."

Edwards - Lieutenant-Colonel Clement Martin - Ceylon Regiment - died 17th March 1816.
Monument at Upper Barrakka Gardens, Malta -
"To the memory of Clement Martin Edwards Lieut. Col. of His Majesty's First Ceylon Regt. who died at Valletta after a severe illness on the 17th March 1816 aged 36 years."

Edwards - Lieutenant-Colonel John - 80th Foot - died 1817.
Born c. 1777. Ensign 1793. Lt. 1794. Capt. 1797. Major 1809. Lt-Col. 1814. Served in the Low Countries 1794-5 (siege of Nimuguen and the action at Theul). 1796 Cape of Good Hope (capture of Dutch fleet at Saldanah Bay). 1801 expedition to Egypt. 1804 Marhatta Frontiers.
Monument St. Thomas Mount Cantonment Cemetery, Madras -
"Lt. Col. John Edwards of H.M. 80th Regiment Aetat XL Ann who departed this life after a continued service with that corps of 24 years 20 of which were spent in India, a loss that will be long regretted by the Regiment, as his worth was well known to every officer and soldier in it by whom he was universally respected, esteemed and beloved. His illness was short but a case as to preclude all hopes of recovery, which he knew and bore with a firmness and resignation seldom and never surpassed. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a tribute of their affection and sincere regard for a deceased and much lamented friend. He died at Guindy Cottage."

Edwards - 2nd Lieutenant Samuel Ernest - 3rd Dragoon Guards - died 15th November 1891.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"In memory of Samuel Ernest Edwards, 2nd Lieutenant, 3rd Dragoon Guards, who died at Kasauli of typhoid fever on 15th November 1891. Aged 23 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Edwards - Captain Samuel Thomas Llewellin - 8th Light Dragoons - died 4th July 1814.
Grave at Meerut -
"Samuel Thomas Llewellin Edwards. Captain, 8th The King's Royal Irish Light Dragoons. Died 4 July 1814 aged 32 years. Erected by his sister, Mrs Deare and brother-in-law Major Deare of the same Corps."

Edwards - Lieutenant Thomas - 49th Bengal Native Infantry - died 18th July 1855.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Thomas Edwards, 49th Regt Bl. N.I. who died at Meean Mir on the 18th July 1855. Deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Egerton - Lieutenant-Colonel John Francis - 36th Foot - died 1898.
Memorial at St. Alkmund's Church, Whitchurch, Shrosphire -
"To the glory of God and in affectionate remembrance of Lieut Colonel John Francis Egerton (third son of the Rev. William Henry Egerton MN Rector of Whitchurch and Preb. Lich.) late commanding 2nd Worcestershire (36th) Regiment in which he served 29 years. Born 1848 Died 1898. Erected by his brother officers."

Egerton - Lieutenant-Colonel William Willoughby - 8th Foot - died 8th March 1899.
Memorial at St. Alkmund's Church, Whitchurch, Shrosphire -
"To the glory of God and in affectionate remembrance of William Willoughby Egerton eldest son of the Rev. William Henry Egerton MN Rector of Whitchurch and Preb. Lich., and late Lieut Colonel Commg 2nd Battn (8th) The King's Regt. Born 14th May 1842 Died 8th March 1899. This memorial is erected as a mark of esteem and love by brother officers who served with him."

Elderton - Surgeon Charles Augustus - Bengal Establishment - died 3rd October 1854.
Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Augustus Elderton Esqre Surgeon, Bengal Establishment. who died at Murree on the 3rd October 1854 aged 39 years. This tomb is erected by his affectionate widow."

Elles - Lieutenant Edmund Claude - 2nd Gurkha Rifles - died 12th July 1907.
Served China 1900 (medal), Waziristan 1901, Somaliland 1904.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Edmund Claude Elles Lieut. 2nd K.E.O. Goorkhas. Second son of Lieut. General Sir Edmund Roche Elles, R.A. Born 22nd April 1879. Died at Mussoorie of cholera 12th July 1907."

Elles - Lieutenant-General Sir William Kidston, KCB - died 5th August 1896.
Son of Malcolm Jamies, of Bournemouth. Born 5th May 1837. Served Crimea (medal and bar, Legion of Honor), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Hazara 1868 (medal and bar), CB (civil)1879, Burma 1886 (bar and CB military), Hazara 1891 (bar, KCB).
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"In memory of Lt Genl Sir William Kidston Ellis K.C.B. British Service who after filling with distinction many high military appointments in India and England, died at Naini Tal when in command of the Forces. Bengal on the 5th August 1896, deeply regretted. This tablet is placed here by a few friends."

Elliott - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Allen, CMG, DSO - Royal Engineers - died 15th August 1919.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"To the glory of God and in memory of Lieutenant Colonel Charles Allen Elliott, CMG, DSO, Royal Engineers, who died at Rawalpindi 15th August 1919. Aged 48 years and 5 months."

Elliott - Major John - 4th Light Dragoons - died 5th July 1837.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John Elliott. Captain in H.M.'s 4th Light Dragoons and Asst. Adjt Genl. King's Troops in India, who departed this life on the 5th July 1837."

Elliot - Cornet R. - King's Dragoon Guards -
died 30th April 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."

Elliot - Lieutenant-Colonel William, KB - Royal Canadian Rifles - died 17th December 1845.
Memorial at St. Mark's Church, Niagara, Canada -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Col. Wm. Elliot, K.B., of the R.C. Rifle Regt. Colonel commanding Niagara frontier, who died at Niagara, Dec. 17th, 1845, aged 55 years. 39 years of his life were devoted to his country, he having served in most of the glorious victories of the Peninsular War. This tablet is erected by the officers of the Royal C. Rifle Regt., as a memorial of affection and of sincere regret for his lamented death."

Elsegood - Lieutenant Frederick James - 41st Bengal Native Infantry - died 5th July 1844.
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Frederick James Elsegood Lieut Interpreter and Quarter Master 41st Regt N.I. who deptd this life on the 5th July 1844 aged 25 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."

Emmott - Captain William - Royal Horse Guards - died 14th April 1805.
Memorial at St. Bartholemew's, Tardebigge , between Bromsgrove and Redditch -
"The memory of Captain William Emmott formerly of the Royal Horse Guards who died 14. 4. 1805 aged 45 years. This monument is erected by Harriett Baroness Windsor, in grateful token of the zeal and energy evinced by him in the discharge of his duties as adjudent of the Queens Own Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry under her brother The Earl of Plymouth and her husband The Hon R.H. Clive."

Erskine - Captain George Keith - Bombay Lancers - died 12th January 1849.
Son of David Erskine, of Cardross, Stirling. Born 19th February 1809. Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal).
Grave at Daya Ram's Well, Multan -
"In memory of Cap. G. Keith Erskine Bombay Lancers who died Jan. 12th 1849 age 40."

Estcourt - Commander W.G.B. - HMS Eclair - died 16th September 1845.
Memorial in Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"Sacred to the memory of Commander W.G.B. Estcourt Late in command of Her Majesty's steam sloop Eclair who died on 16th September 1845 aged 38 years on passage from Bona Vista to Madeira, from fever, contracted on the coast of Africa while employed in the suppression of the Slave Trade. His brother officers and friends to whom he had become endeared by his many virtues have erected this tablet to record the deep sense of their loss, and perpetuate the memory of his worth. With Commander Estcourt, perished 65 Officers and Men in the short period of two months."

Ethelston - Colonel Edmund Peel - 13th Light Infantry - died 21st August 1921.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Colonel Edmund Peel Ethelston 13th Lt Infy. Crimean veteran. Died August 21st 1921."

Evans - Major Arthur Stuart - Royal Engineers - died 2nd January 1920.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In beloved memory of Major Arthur Stuart Evans. Royal Engineers. Graduate of the Royal Military College, Kingston, Canada. Born 7th September 1874. Died 2nd January 1920."

Evans - Lieutenant James - 67th Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th September 1846.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant James Evans. Late of the 67th Regiment Bengal N.I. who died at Delhi on the 8th September 1846 aged 24 years and 6 months. Sincerely and deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tomb is erected as a mark of their esteem and regard."

Evans - Ensign John - 81st Foot - died 18th September 1856.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign John Evans, H.M's 81st Foot, who departed this life at Meean Meer on the 18th September 1856, aged 42 years. Erected by his bereaved widow."

Evelyn - Lieutenant William Edgar Little - 41st Madras Native Infantry - died 22nd August 1833.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Lieutenant and Adjutant William Edgar Evelyn of the 41st Regiment Native Infantry, who departed this life on the 22nd day of August 1833 aged 25 years."

Ewart - Lieutenant C.C.E. - 5th Bengal Cavalry - died 7th January 1898.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In memory of C.C.E. Ewart. Lieutenant. 5th Bengal Cavalry. Son of R.W. Ewart, Esq. of Ellerslie, Moffat, NB, who died at Rawalpindiof disease contracted on service on 7 Jan 1898. Erected by his brother officers."