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Gains - Surgeon George Edwin - 2/6th Foot - died 28th December 1870.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"Sacred to the memory of George Edwin Gains Esq Late Surgeon 2nd Batt 6th Royal Regiment who died at Buttevant on the 28th December 1870 Aged 45 Years This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a mark of sincere esteem and regard."

Gaisford - Lieutenant-Colonel Gilbert - I.S.C. - killed 15th March 1898.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Gilbert Gaisford. Lieutenant Colonel ISC. Political Agent, Thal Chotiali. Killed by a fanatic at Smallan 15 March 1898. Aged 48 years."

Gaitskell - Major Henry Frederick Vardon - Queen's Own Corps of Guides - died 1st December 1890.
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham - "In loving memory of Major Henry Frederick Vardon Gaitskell, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, who died at Hoti Mardan Punjab, 14th Dec. 1890, aged 40."

Gaitskell - Lieutenant Herbert Nailor -2nd battalion Lincolnshire Regiment - died 20th January 1883.
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Herbert Nailor Gaitskell, 2nd Bn Lincolnshire Regt, died at Benares 20th Jan. 1883 aged 22 years. This tablet is erected by the officers of the regiment, as a mark of their esteem and affection for him and regret for his loss."

Gaitskell - Lieutenant-Colonel James Gandy - Bengal Army -
died 29th January 1885.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In loving memory of Lieut Colonel James Gandy Gaitskell, Late Bengal Army, Born April 5th 1813. Died January 29th 1885."
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Gandy Gaitskell, late of Her Majesty's Indian Army, who died at Waldon House, Cheltenham, 29 Jan. 1885, aged 71. Having for 26 yrs been a resident of Cheltenham. This tablet was erected in loving memory by his widow."

Gaitskell - Colonel Sydney - Royal Marine Artillery - died 7th August 1937.
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham - "Sacred to the memory of Colonel Sydney Gaitskell RMA who passed away 7th Aug. 1937 aged 40."

Gale - Lieutenant-Colonel John Littledean - 37th Bengal Native Infantry -
died 3rd May 1832.
Married Rebecca Brandon at Calcutta, 15th February 1807.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of John Littledean Gale. Lieutt Colonel 37th Regt N.I. who departed this life at Simla 3rd May 1832. Aged 49 years."

Galloway - Lieutenant Stewart Campbell Coffin - 10th Foot - died 16th July 1850.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Ali Cemetery, near Wazirabad -
"In memory of Lieutenant Stewart Campbell Coffin Galloway 10th foot, who died here 16th July 1850 aged 25 yrs. he served at Sobraon, Moultan and Goojerat. erected by his brother officers."

Gambier - Cornet Alfred Ernle - Queen's Own Hussars - died 11th November 1869.
Grave at Meerut -
"In memory of Alfred Ernle Gambier Esq Cornet The Queen's Own Hussars who died at Meerut on the 11th November 1869. This monument was erected to his memory by his brother officers."

Gambier - Lieutenant-Colonel Claude Frederick - 5th Punjab Cavalry - died 25th April 1898.
Born at Boulogne, France, 3rd May 1852. Served Jowaki 1878 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and 2 bars), Miranzai 1891 (bar). Grave at Dera Ghazi Khan -
"In memory of Lieut-Colonel C.F. Gambier 5th Punjab Cavalry who died at Dear Ghazi Khan on 25th April 1898, deeply regretted by his brother officers, by whom this stone is erected."

Gamble - Captain John Henry - 17th Foot - died 14th July 1879.
Son of Charles Gamble, of Pinehurst, Toronto, Canada. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal and bar). Died of cholera.
Grave at Landi Kotal -
"In memory of John Henry Gamble Captain 17th Leicestershire Regiment of Foot who died at Lundi Kotal on the 14th July 1879 aged 35 years."

Gardner - Lieutenant Henry Farington - 8th Bengal Native Infantry - died 16th January 1855.
Born in Malta, 15th May 1827. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Jhelum -
"Sacred to the memory of Henry Farington Gardner Lieutenant 8th Regt. B.N.I. youngest son of General the Honble W.H. Gardner Died at Jhelum 16th Jany 1855 aged 27 years. This tomb is erected to his memory by his brother officers."

Gardner - Captain Herbert Calthorpe - 38th Bengal Native Infantry - died 28th June 1857.
Born 30th August 1822. Served in Afghanistan 1842 (medal). Husband of Emma Prescott.
Grave in Kasauli -
"Sacred to the memory of Herbert Calthorpe Gardner Captn 38th L.I. 4th son of Genl the Honr W.H. Gardner R.A. who died at Kussoulie 28th June 1857 from the effects of service with the mutineers."

Garrard - Major Francis Thomas - 27th Madras Native Infantry - died June 1913.
Memorial at Lambourn parish church, Berkshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Francis Thomas Garrard Major 27th Madras Native Infantry. Born and baptised at Lambourne Sept. 1823 Died at Ealing June 1913. Son of Colonel W. Garrard of Lambourne. This brass was put up in loving memory by his wife & children."

Garrett - Ensign James Higginson - 30th Bengal Native Infantry - died 4th September 1836.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of James Higginson Garrett Ensign 30th Regt B.N.I. Sub Assistant Commissary General who departed this life September 4th AD 1836."

Garstin - Captain Edward Sutherland - 5th Bengal Native Infantry - died 16th June 1858.
Son of Captain Henry Garstin (10th Light Cavalry). Born at Mhow, Malwa, 12th September 1823. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal).
Grave in Simla -
"Sacred to the memory Captn E.S. Garstin 5th Regt N.I. who died at Simla on the 16th June 1858 aged 34 years. This monument is erected by the Officers of the Regt in testimony of their regard for him as a friend and admiration for his qualities as a soldier."

Garstin - Captain Henry - 10th Light Cavalry - died 29th August 1832.
Grave at Mhow -
"To the memory of Henry Garstin, Captain of the 10th Light Cavalry, who departed this life the 29th Augusr 1832, aged 36 years. This monument is erected as a tribute of sincere affection by his deeply afflicted wife."

Garstin - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Murray - died 27th July 1867.
Son of Captain Henry Garstin (10th Light Cavalry). Born at Meerut, 17th November 1826. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Col Henry Murray Garstin Bengal Staff Corps Assistant Adjutant General Peshawar Division, who died from the effects of a fall from his horse at Murree on the 27th day of July 1867. Aged 40 years."

Gavin - Captain G.F.A - Jacobs Horse - died 7th August 1887.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Captain G.F.A. Gavin, Jacobs Horse, who did at Quetta 7 Aug 1887. Aged 33 yrs. Erected by his wife."

Gawne - Lieutenant Edward - 79th Foot - died 29th July 1869.
Memorial at Kirk Christ Rushen, Isle of Man -
"To the memory of Edward, eldest son of Edward Moore Gawne of Kentraugh, Esq, and some time Lieutenant of Her Majesty, 79th Cameron Highlanders. He served his country in the Crimea and India. He was born 7 June 1836, and died 29 July 1869."

Geach - Captain Gabriel Burrell - 4th Dragoon Guards - died 1st July 1898.
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 1898. 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."

Gerard - Surgeon James Gilbert - 1st Nasiri Battalion (Gurkhas) -
died 31st March 1835.
Son of Rev. Gilbert Gerard. Served Nepal 1815.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Surgeon James Gilbert Gerard, Nasiri Battalion, who departed this life on the 31st March 1835. Aged 42 years."

Gerard - Captain Patrick - 1st Nasiri Battalion (Gurkhas) - died 3rd October 1848.
Son of Rev. Gilbert Gerard. Born 11th June 1794. Served Nepal 1814.
Grave at Simla -
"This monument was erected by a few friends as a token of regard and affection to the memory of Captain Patrick Gerard, H.E.I.C.S. His was a family noted for talent and enterprise he and his brothers Alexander and James being among the first who explored the Trans-Himalaya regions. His amiable disposition endeared him to all. He died at Simla on the 3rd of October 1848 in the 54th year of his age, and his remains lie here interred."

Gibbard - Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Lee - Bombay Horse Artillery - died 17th May 1863.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church -
"Lieutenant Colonel Harry Lee Gibbard of the Royal (late Bombay) Horse Artillery, son of John and Mary Gibbard of Sharnbrook, died in Paris 17th May 1863 wiole returning to England after distinguished service with his regiment in Persia and India. He was 38 years old. The tablet was erected by his brother officers."

Gibb
- Ensign John - 27th Bengal Native Infantry - died 21st August 1833.
Born 7th June 1812. Grave at Hansi cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign J. Gibb. Late of the 27th Regiment N.I. Who departed this life on the 21st August 1833, aged 21 years. A mark of esteem by his brother officers."

Gibbes - Lieutenant Philip Osborne - 41st Bengal Native Infantry - died 26th September 1850.
Son of Sir Samuel Osborne Gibbes, of Barbados, West Indies. Born 24th August 1826.
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut P.O. Gibbes 41st N.I. who died on the 26 Sept. 1850. aged 23 years. This tomb was erected by his brother officers."

Gibson - Major George Milsom - 1/2nd Madras Native Infantry - died 5th May 1814.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Major George Milsom Gibson Commandant 1st batt. 2nd Reg. N.I. who departed this life 5 May 1814 Aged 33 years."

Gibson - Lieutenant James Innes - 14th Madras Native Infantry - died 1st June 1857.
Born 1st June 1830, son of James Pringle and Margaret Gibson.
Grave at Singapore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. James I. Gibson of the 14th Regt. M.N.I. who departed this life at Singapore on the 1st June 1857 aged 27 years."

Gilbert - Lieutenant Francis McDonald - 2nd Bengal Native Infantry - Killed 18th July 1849.
Son of Commander Edmund William Gilbert (Royal Navy). Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave in Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Francis M. Gilbert 2nd Regt Grenadiers aged 24 years who was killed whilst aiding in extinguishing a fire in the lines on the 18th July 1849 at this station."

Gibson - Lieutenant James - 68th Foot - died 2nd August 1845.
St. Anne's Church of Ireland, County Donegal, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant James Gibson of HM 68th Regiment who departed this life 2nd August 1845."

Gilbert - Captain Pomeroy - 72nd Foot - died 28th April 1770.
Memorial at St. John in the Oaks, Jersey -
"Near this place lies the body of Pomeroy Gilbert late of Sandridge in the County of Devon Esqr Captain in His Majesty's 72nd Regiment of Foot quartered in this Island he died the 28th of April 1770 aged 54 years."

Giles - Ensign James Peter - 73rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 4th September 1848.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensn J.P. Giles 73rd Regt N.I. who died on the 4th September 1848 aged 29 years. Much regretted by his brother officers."

Gillespie - Lieutenant-Colonel John - 4th Punjab Cavalry - died 7th February 1877.
Born at Ardachy, Inverness, 24th March 1833.
Grave at Dera Ghazi Khan -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Colonel J. Gillespie 4th Punjab Cavalry who died at Dera Ghazi Khan on 7th Feby 1877."

Gillson - Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Moore Thacker, D.S.O. - Wiltshire Regiment - died 28th December 1939.
Memorial at Northam church, Devon -
"In loving memory of Robert Moore Thacker Gillson D.S.O. Lieut. Colonel The Wiltshire Regiment (Duke Of Edinburgh's) Born 5th April 1878 Served in The South African War 1899-1902 and The Great War 1914-1918, Died 28th Dec. 1939."

Gilmour - Lieutenant-General Sir Dugald Little, KCB - died 25th April 1847.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Sacred To the memory of Lieut. General Sir Dugald Little Gilmour KCB who died at Rome the 25 April 1847."

Gladstone - Lieutenant George - 30th Madras Native Infantry - died 4th November 1847.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"To the memory of Lieut. George Gladstone of the 30th Regt. N.I. who departed this life on the 4th Novr. 1847 aged 26 years deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Goad - Lieutenant George Purchas - 1st Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th July 1848.
Grave at Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Lieut. George Purchas Goad Interpr and Qr Master 1st regt Bengal Native Infantry who died at Jullundur on the 14th July 1848 aged 34 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a testimony of their esteem and regret for his loss."

Goad - Major Samuel Boileau - 1st Bengal Light Cavalry - died 13th December 1876.
Born in Calcutta, 1806. Court-martialled three times (acquitted twice). Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Retied in 1850 and committed suicude at Simla in 1876.
Grave at Simla -
"In memory of Major Samuel Boileau Goad late 1st Bengal Light Cavalry who died at Simla 13th December 1876 aged 70 years."

Godby - Captain Robert Ffarmerie - 15th Bengal Cavalry - died 7th September 1862.
Son of Lieutenant-General Christopher Godby, CB (Bengal Infantry). Born in Hampshire, 1831. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), China 1860 (medal and 2 bars). Tablet in St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Ffarmerie Godby, Captain in the late 35th Bengal L.I. & Offg. Commandant 15th Bengal Cavalry, who died at Meean Meer 7th September 1862, of cholera. Erected by his brother officers of the late 35th L.I. who deplore in his early death the loss of a gallant & promising soldier & of a well-loved comrade."

Goddard - Lieutenant-Colonel Ambrose Ayshford - Grenadier Guards - died 25th May 1885.
Memorial at Christ Church, Swindon, Wiltshire -
"In loving memory of Ambrose Ayshford Goddard Major and Lieut Colonel Grenadier Guards and eldest son of Ambrose Lethbridge Goddard of Swindon, who died on board HMS Tyne on his homeward voyage from active service at Suakin on the 25th May 1885 aged 37 years. He rests in the Valetta Military Cemetery at Malta."

Godwin - Major-General Sir Henry Thomas, KCB - 20th Foot - died 26th October 1853.
Served Peninsula (9th Foot - medal and bar), Burma 1824 (medal and bar, CB), Burma 1852. KCB gazetted 6 weeks after his death.
Grave at Simla -
"To the memory of Major General Sir Henry Thomas Godwin, KCB, Colonel of H.M. 20th Regt. who died at Simlah, Oct 26th 1853. Aged 69 years."

Goldney - Captain Arthur Goldney - Royal South Gloucestershire Militia - died 8th June 1868.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Captain Arthur John Goldney late of the Royal South Gloucestershire Militia who died at Arle Villa on the 8th June 1868. Aged 33 years."

Goldsmith - Lieutenant Ferdinand - 37th Madras Native Infantry - died 8th October 1845.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Ferdinand Goldsmith, of the 37th Madras Grenadiers, who died at Vizagapatam on the 8th October 1845, aged 22 years. Erected by his brother officers of the above regiment."

Gompertz - Lieutenant W.U.E. - 16th Madras Native Infantry - died 3rd February 1860.
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore -
"To the memory of Lieutenant and Quarter Master W.U.E. Gompertz, 16th Regt. M.N.I., who died at Hurryhur on the 3rd Feby. 1860, aged 28 years 10 months and 5 days.  Erected by the officers at his Regiment as a mark of their regard."

Goodboy - Lieutenant Geoffrey Ellis - Royal Tank Corps - died 8th January 1927.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Geoffrey Ellis Goodboy. Lieutenant 1st Armoured Car Company, Royal Tank Corps. Died 8 Jan 1927. Aged 23 years."

Gordon - Lieutenant Adam - Cape Regiment
Gordon - Captain William - 1st Foot
Gordon - General Sir Thomas Edward, KCB, KCEI, CSI.

Memorial at Kildonan Cemetery, Sutherland, Scotland -
"Adam Gordon of Griamachary, Kildonan 1750 -1831, son John, Major 2nd Queen's Regiment; son William, Captain 1st Royal Scots; son Adam, Lieutenant Cape Regiment, served in wars with France; General Sir Thomas Edward Gordon K.C.B,K.C.I.E,C.S.I (father Captain W. Gordon) and Honourable John Edward Gordon M.P. (father Right Honourable Edward Strathearn Lord Gordon of Drumearn Lord Advocate 1867, 1874, grandfather Major John Gordon) 1901 erected stone."

Gordon - Ensign Arthur - 49th Bengal Native Infantry - died 30th March 1856.
Born at Bideford, Devon, July 1832. Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign Arthur Gordon 49th Regt B.N.I. who died at Mean Meer on the 30th March 1856 aged 23 yrs 8 mth's. deeply and sincerely regretted by a large circle of friends, but by none more so than his brother officers, by whom this tablet is erected as a tribute of regard."

Gordon - Colonel Arthur Helsham - 5th Dragoon Guards - died 12th May 1865.
MGS & clasp for Salamanca.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Arthur Helsham Gordon of H.M.'s Service. He died at Orvieto on the way home. He served under Wellington in the Peninsular Campaigns commanded the 5th or Princess Charlotte of Wales's Dragoon Guards 8 years and retired from the Army Colonel in the Grenadier Guards."

Gordon - ? Duncan Robert Wolseley - York & Lancaster Regiment - died 1st January 1909.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Duncan Robert Wolseley Gordon. York and Lancaster Regiment. Son of the late Katharine and Major General H.A. Gordon. Born in Cyprus 11 June 1880. Died Quetta 1 Jan. 1909."

Gordon - Major Edward Robertson - 9th Lancers - died 24th November 1914.
Gordon - Captain Thomas Edward - 14th Light Dragoons - died 21st July 1917.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Major Edward Robertson Gordon Late Queens Bays & 9th Lancers who died at Teignmouth Nov. 24th 1914 Aged 50 years. Also of Captain Thomas Edward Gordon Late Kings 14th Light Dragoons. Died 21st July 1917 in his 90th year."

Gordon - Lieutenant Hugh - 1st Foot - died 25th September 1828.
Grave at Kirkton near Melvich, Sutherland, Scotland -
"Lietenant Hugh Gordon, 1st Foot Royal Scots, died at Golval, 25 September 1828, age 36; his wife, Annabella Mackay, died 1 July 1886, age 88."

Gordon - Lieutenant James Gordon Duff - 50th Bengal Native Infantry - died 22nd May 1848.
Son of Adam Gordon, of Arradoul, Banff.
Grave at Lahore -
"Erected by Patrick & William to the memory of their brother James G. Duff Gordon Lieut 50th Regt N.I. who died at Lahore on the 22nd May 1848 aged 25 years."

Gordon - Captain James Innes - 35th Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th October 1825.
Son of James and Janet Gordon. Born at Portsoy, Banff. 20th June 1788.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain James Innes Gordon of the 35th Regt Native Infantry who departed this life on the 10th October 1825 in the 37th year of his age."

Gordon - Major John - Royal Irish Fusiliers - died 14th June 1887.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John Gordon of the Royal Irish Fusiliers, and Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Peshawar District. He was son of Major General John Gordon of the Bengal Staff Corps and was born at Meerut on 5th November 1850. He died at Cherat on 14th June 1887. Erected in affectionate remembrance by his brother officers."

Gordon - Major Leonard - 2nd K.O.S.B. - died 5th February 1896.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Major Leonard Gordon. 2nd King's Own Scottish Borderers. Died at Rawalpindi 5 Feb 1896. Aged 41. Erected by his brother officers."

Gordon - General Samuel Enderby, CB - Royal Artillery - died 5th February 1883.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memory of General Samuel Enderby Gordon, CB. Royal Artillery. Born 14th February 1824. Died 5th February 1883. Also of Margaret Flora Mary, his beloved wife, who was born 16th August 1825. Died 27th September 1901."

Gordon - Captain William David - 36th Sikh Infantry - died 5th July 1897.
Born at Jubbulpur, 19th September 1856. Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal and 2 clasps, star), Hazara 1891 (medal and bar).
Grave at Parachinar, Kurram Valley -
"In loving memory of William David Gordon I.S.C. Captain 36th Sikhs who died on the 5th July 1897 aged 40 years."

Gordon - Lieutenant-Colonel William Fraser Forbes - 63rd Foot - died 17th March 1880.
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Died at Bareilly.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In memoriam W.F.F. Gordon Lieutnt Colonel commanding 63rd (West Suffolk) Regt born 30th June 1837, died 17th March 1880."

Gorham - Major Arthur - Royal Munster Fusiliers - died 6th October 1959.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of Major Arthur Gorham. Royal Munster Fusiliers. Born July 21 1873. Died October 6 1959."

Gott - General William Charles - Bengal Army - died 8th November 1890.
Born at Brecknockshire, South Wales in 1821. Served at Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Punjab 1848 (medal and bar, wounded).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In loving memory of William Charles Gott General H.M's Bengal Army who died 8th November 1890. aged 60 years. with Christ, which is far better."

Gough - General Sir Charles John Stanley, GCB, VC - died 6th September 1912.
Grave at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of General Sir Charles John Stanley Gough GCB VC who died at Inislounaght Clonmel 6th September 1912 aged 80 years. Also in loving memory of Harriette Anastasia Gough wife of General Sir Charles Gough born 22nd February 1845 died 26th March 1916."

Gough - Captain William George - 15th Sikhs - died 6th September 1913.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of William George Gough. Captain 15th Sikhs. Died Quetta 6 Sep 1913. Aged 36 yrs."

Gough - Veterinary-Surgeon William Robert - 4th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 8th July 1854.
Born at Wem, Salop in 1825.
Grave at Sialkote -
"Sacred to the memory of W.R. Gough Vetery Surgn 4th Lt Cavalry died 8th July 1854 aged 29 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Gourlay - Lieutenant-Colonel - 23rd Foot - died 1867.
Grave at Hamilton City Cemetery, Canada -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut.-Col. Gourlay, who died at his residence, Barton Lodge, 1867. He was for 25 years an officer of the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers, serving with the Regiment in France, Spain, and various British stations and in the Canadian Rebellion 1837-8. He was a sincere Christian and in all the relations of life, public and private, an honourable and upright man."

Gowan - 2nd Lieutenant Ross Dunlop - Bengal Artillery -
died 1st September 1852.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"2nd Lieutenant Ross Dunlop Gowan. Artillery. 4th son of Brigadier G.E. Gowan, CB commandant of artillery. Born 7th December 1830. Died 1st September 1852."

Graham - Colonel Stuart Frederick - Bengal Staff Corps - died 20th September 1878.
Born in Newington, Surrey, 12th November 1823. Served in Afghanistan 1842 (medal). Married Frances Macleod at Agra, 22nd February 1849. Grave at Multan -
"To the memory of Colonel Stuart Frederick Graham Bengal Staff Corps son of the late Sir Robert Graham bart. of Eek, county Cumberland. born November 12th 1823. died September 20th 1878."

Graham - Major-General Joseph - Bengal Army - died 10th January 1880.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Sacred to the loving memory of Major General Joseph Graham, Bengal Army, who died 10th Jany. 1880. Aged 81. Also in memory of Mary Ann Graham, wife of the above, who died April 4th 1884."

Grant - Assistant-Surgeon Alexander - 70th Foot - died 29th August 1856.
Grave at Lahore -
"Saced to the memory of Alexander Grant, Esqr Asst Surgn H.M. 70th Regt of Foot who died at Meean Meer on the 29th Augt 1856 aged 24 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Grant - Captain Andrew - 61st Foot - died 28th November 1857.
Served 20 years in the ranks of the 61st. Ensign in 1843. Served Mutiny 1857.
Grave in Ferozepore cemetery -
"Beneath this tomb lie the mortal remains of Andrew Grant Capt. and Paymr H.M.s 61st Regt who died at Ferozepore on the 28th Nov 1857 from illness contracted while gallantly serving his country throughout the siege and capture of Delhie aged 52 years and 3 months."

Grant - Captain Andrew - 2nd Bengal European Regiment - died 2nd June 1847.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain A. Grant 2nd Bengal Eun Regt who died at Simlah 2nd June 1847. This monument is erected by his brother officers in token of their regard."

Grant - Lieutenant-General Francis - died 29th December 1781.
Memorial at St. Peter's church, Farnborough, Hampshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut General Francis Grant fourth son of Sir James Grant of Grant Bart, in whom the grave and active soldier the affectionate husband and father and friend were conspicuously united. He quitted this mortal life for a happy immortality universally lamented Decr. 29th 1781 aged sixty three."

Grant - Surgeon George - 57th Bengal Native Infantry -
died 19th April 1855.
Grave at Ferozepore -
To the memory of George Grant Esquire Surgeon 57th N.I. who died at Ferozepore 19th April 1855."

Grant - Lieutenant-Colonel Hugh - 74th Bengal Native Infantry - died 5th June 1871.
Son of James Murray Grant, of Glenmoriston, Inverness. Born 9th March 1822. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar)
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt Colonel Hugh Grant late 74th N.I. who departed this life on 5th June 1871 Aged 49 years 2 months and 27 days. Leaving a most disconsolate widow and two children to mourn his irreparable loss."

Grant - Major John Joseph Forsyth - 46th Foot - died 3rd April 1884.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In loving memory of John Joseph Forsyth Grant. Major 46th Regt. Second son of the late W. Forsyth Grant, of Eccescreig, Kincardsineshire. Born Octr 23rd 1840. Died April 3rd 1884." I

Grant - Major Peter Lewis - 12th Bengal Native Infantry - died 12th June 1819.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Peter Lewis Grant, 12th Regiment Bengal N.Infantry, acting Town Major at Fort William, who died 12th of June 1819, in the 39th year of his age. The merits of Major Grant as an officer, are inscribed in the records of the state, and his gallant conduct during the memorable siege of Bhurtpore obtained for him the warmest approbation of Lord Lake, Commander-in-Chief of the army in India, by his brother officers, he was esteemed, by the soldiers, respected and beloved."

Grant - Surgeon Robert Joynt Gordon - 9th Lancers - died 15th February 1856.
Served Sutlej 1845 (10th Foot - medal), Punjab 1848 (9th Lancers - medal and 2 bars). Married Mary Towton at Bath, July 1832.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"R.J.G. Grant Esqr Surgeon H.M. 6th Lancers died at Umballa Feb. 15th 1856 aged 52 years. Whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die."

Grant - Captain Sweton - 24th Foot - died 19th October 1849.
Son of Major-General Duncan Grant (Royal Artillery). Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Sweton Grant Captain in H.Ms 24th Regiment born at Dover, Kent, 10th Oct 1819. died at Lahore 19th Oct 1849."

Grant - Major William - 67th Bengal Native Infantry - died 3rd August 1837.
Grave at Akyab -
"In memory of Major William Grant 67th Regt. N.I. who while Commanding in Arakan fell a victim to the insalubrity of the climate, the 3d August 1837, aged 50 years."

Grantham - Assistant-Surgeon - 23rd Foot - died 6th May 1850.
From Lewes, Sussex.
Memorial near Dunnville, Port Maitland, Canada -
"The Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of the Reserve Battalion 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers have erected this stone to mark the spot where lie the remains of Asst. Surgeon Grantham and twenty-four men, women and children, of that Regiment, who perished near the shore by the sinking of the steamer Commerce on the night of the 6th May 1850, whilst on their route from Montreal to London."
 Memorial near Dunnville, Port Maitland, Canada - "Sacred to the memory of Dr. Grantham, Asst. Surgeon 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers, aged 35 years, son of S. Grantham, Esq., Lewes, Sussex. Eng., who was drowned in Lake Erie on the night of the 6th May, 1850. A young widow and infant daughter are left to lament his sudden and melancholy fate."

Grantham - Captain Francis - 98th Foot - died 15th March 1851.
Son of Henry Grantham, of Scawby, Lincolnshire. Born October 1820. Served Punjab 1848 (medal). He was shot dead by Pathans while out riding with a lady.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Francis Grantham H.M. 98th Regt who died at Peshawur the 15th March 1851, aged 30 years, 5 months. This monument is erected as a mark of esteem, by his brother officers."

Gray - Major James Coutts Crawford - 18th Bengal Native Infantry - died 13th April 1852.
Son of Charles Gray, of Carse, Forfar. Born in 1801. Served Burma 1825 (medal and bar). Married Jessie Smith at Calcutta, 17th March 1841. Grave at Ferozepore -
"Major James Coutts Crawford Gray. 18th Regt Bengal N.I. obit Ferozepore 13th April 1852."

Greatorex - Cornet J. - King's Dragoon Guards - died 19th March 1861.
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."

Greaves - Lieutenant James Bexworth - 3rd Madras Native Infantry - died 22nd January 1802.
Memorial at St. Marys church, Broughton Astley, Leicestershire -
"In memory of James Bexworth Greaves son of the Revd Thos Greaves and Frances his wife, Lieutenant in the 3d Regt Native Infantry in the service of the
Honourable East India Company at Madrass. In 1801 for his services in the defence of a fort, he was appointed Quarter Master of Brigade to the Detachment and Aid-de-camp to Adjutt Genl Lieutt Coll Agnew. He died in the
East Indies the 22d January 1802 in the 21st year of his age. In his short military career his humanity as well as bravery was conspicuous, at Panjalamcourchy he was severely wounded in rescuing a disabled soldier from the hands of the enemy. He was sincerely a Christian. The esteem and most marked confidence of his Commanding Officers and the strong testimony borne by them to his good conduct and military acquirements prove how bright a lustre true religion throws over the profession of a soldier and how powerfully it commands the esteem of real judges of merit"

Green - Lieutenant Eric Henry Ernest - Royal Engineers - killed 25th March 1900.
Served Tochi 1897 (medal and bar). Serving with 1st Company Bengal Sappers and Miners when killed.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"In memory of Lieutenant Eric Henry Ernest Green Royal Engineers 4th son of Revd Alfred John Morgan Green M.A. born on the 5th day of March 1871 at St. David's in Pembrokeshire killed at Shabkadr by a fanatic on the 25th day of March 1900."

Green - General Sir George, KCB - died 27th November 1891.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of General Sir George Green, KCB. Died 27 November 1891. Aged 66."

Greenham - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles John - Wiltshire Regiment - died 21st February 1886.
Born 13th September 1842.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel C.J. Greenham the Wiltshire Regiment (99th) died at Lahore, 21st February 1886. aged 43 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Greig - Surgeon Alexander - 5th Bengal Native Infantry - died 27th July 1852.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Surgeon A. Greig 5th regt. N.I. who died on the 27th July 1852 aged 37 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a token of esteem and regard."

Grey - Ensign Charles - 1st West India Regiment - died 29th June 1842.
Memorial at Kingston, Guyana -
"Charles Grey, Ensign, 1st West India Regiment, fourth son of William Grey, Esq. Died 29th June 1842. Aged 22, a native of Stockton on Tees, County Durham, England."

Griffin - Captain George - 5th Bengal Native Infantry - died 15th June 1811.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain George Griffin late of the 5th Regt N.I. born 9th January 1784 died 15th June 1811. Universally lamented by all who knew him."

Griffith - Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Cairncross - Royal Artillery - died 30th December 1871.
Son of Samuel Young Griffith, of Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Born in Cheltenham, 29th August 1825. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Here rests in the peace of Christ Joseph Cairncross Griffith. Lieut. Colonel R.A. he fell asleep December 30 1871 aged 46 years. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord."

Grimes - Major Henry - 98th Foot - died 26th October 1847.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"To the memory of Major Henry Grimes of H.M's 98th Regt who died at Cawnpore on the 26th October 1847."

Grissell - Major Charles - 61st Bengal Native Infantry - died 3rd July 1855.
Born in London, 1805. Married Charlotte Higgins at Agra, 12th September 1842. He was killed by a fall from a buggy.
Grave at Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Charles Grissell of the 61st Regiment Bengal Native Infantry who departed this life on the 3rd July 1855 aged 50 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers in token of regard for an old comrade."

Grote - Lieutenant Frederick - Bengal Artillery - died 21st April 1828.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Frederick Grote, of the Bengal Artillery, and Aide-de-Camp to the Governor General; sixth son of George Grote, Esq. of Badgemore in Oxfordshire, who departed this life April 21 1828, aged 21 years."

Grounds - Captain Jeremiah Edward - 46th Bengal Native Infantry - died 25th July 1849.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Tablet at Christ Church, Ludhiana -
"In memory of Bt Captain Jeremiah Edward Grounds, 46th Regt N.I. who died at Landour the 25th day of July 1849, aged 38 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Grove - Captain F. - 13th Light Dragoons - died 6th May 1827.
Grave at Agram Cemetery, Bangalore -
"Beneath a tomb close to this pillar rest the mortal remains of Capt. F. Grove, H.M. 13th Dragoons, who died on 6th May, 1827, aged 39 years; The Tomb and this Memorial of their loss is erected by his sorrowing brother officers."

Grueber - Local Lieutenant Richard - Skinner's Horse - died 24th October 1826.
Son of Colonel Richard Grueber (Bengal Infantry). Served at Bhurtpore 1825.
Grave at Hansi cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Richard Greuber 2nd in command to the 1st Regt, Or Skinners Horse. Who departed this life on the 24th October 1826. Aged 46 years. This monument was erected buy his brother officers as a token of their respect."

Guille - Captain J. Stevens - Wiltshire Regt. - died 8th March 1886.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain and Adjutant J. Stevens Guille. The Wiltshire Regiment (the 99th). Died Peshawar 8th March 1886. Aged 30 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Guise - Lieutenant Christian William - 28th Foot - died 13th October 1803
Memorial in Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"Sacred to the memory of Christn Wm Guise fifith son of Sir John Guise Bt. of Higham Court, Gloucestershire and Lieut. in the North Glostr Regt an unfortunate accident in the execution of his duty terminated his early career the 13th day of Octr 1803 in the 21st year of his age. He was highly esteemed and regretted by his brother officers and died sincerely lamented by his afflicted relatives. This monument is erected by his much distressed mother in token of her love and affection."

Gundry - Lieutenant Charles Bowden - 12th Bengal Native Infantry - died 31st August 1851.
Born at Upper Loders, Dorset, 1825.
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. C.B. Gundry 12th N.I. who departed this life August 31st 1851 aged 26 years. This tomb is placed over his remains by his brother officers."

Guthrie - Major John Cleland - 44th Foot - died 4th June 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John Cleland Guthrie, H.M. 44th Regt. Born 21st July 1783. who departed this life 4th June 1823, aged 39 years, 10 months and 14 days."

Gwilt - Lieutenant Richard Brandram - 10th Foot - died 3rd June 1845.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Richd Brandram Gwilt of H.Ms 10th Regt of Foot, who died at Meerut on the 3rd June 1845, at the age of 31."


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