OFFICERS DIED L
Lamb - Captain John Crommelin
- 52nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 24th June 1854.
Son of Assistant-Surgeon John Lamb (Bengal Medical Service). Born at Malda, Bengal, 14th August 1818. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Louisa Smith at Gorakhpur, 24th August 1846.
Grave at Fort Cemetery, Amritsar - "Sacred to the memory of John Crommelin Lamb, Captain in the 52nd Bengal Native Infantry and executive officer of the Lahore and Ferozepore road died at Amritsar 24th June 1854 aged 37 years. he was an earnest and devoted Christian."
Lambert - Lieutenant-Colonel
William - Bengal Staff Corps - died 10th August 1902.
Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal and bars, star), Black Mountain 1891 (medal and bar).
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar - "In loving memory of Lt Col. William Lambert who died 10th August 1902."
Lanauze - Lieutenant Andrew -
1st Native Veteran Battalion - died 9th May 1856.
Grave at Vizagapatam - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Andrew Lanauze, who departed this life at Waltair on the 9th of May 1856 aged 53 years."
Captain Brian Hill - Army Veterinary Corps - died 7th
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "To the memory of Captain Brian Hill Lane. Army Veterinary Corps, who died Meerut 7 Nov. 1911 from the result of an accident. Erected by his brother officers."
Lane - Colonel William Moore
- Madras Staff Corps - died 6th September 1888.
Born 9th December 1832. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal).
Tablet in Holy Trinity Church, Murree - "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Colonel W. Moore Lane for many years Post Master General of the Punjab, who died at Castleton, Isle of Man, on September 6th 1888. The Marble Pavement in the Sanctuary is Presented by Mr and Mrs D.W. Thompson."
- General Sir George Colt, K.B.C. - Royal Marines - died
29th December 1896.
Langley - Major Lionel - Royal Engineers - died 18th April 1890.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "To the glory of God and in loving memory of Gen Sir George Colt Langley KCB Royal Marines George Colt of St Helens Southsea who died 29 december 1896 Aged 86 years and of Maria Catherine his wife who died 25 November 1887 aged 66 years Also of Lionel, Major Royal Engineers who died at Kullur Madras Presidency on 18 April 1890 in his 40th years."
Colonel John Penrice, C.B.E. - Royal Artillery - died 9th
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon - "In loving memory of John Penrice Langley Colonel R.A., C.B.E. Who entered life eternal November 9th. 1933 Aged 73."
Major Joseph - Border Regiment - died 15th June 1896.
Grave at Quetta - "In loving memory of Major Joseph Langton. The Border Regiment. Born in Liverpool 29 June 1858. Died at Quetta 15 June 1896."
Colonel Charles Owen - Royal Marine Light Infantry - died
29th November 1914.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "Sacred to the memory of Colonel Charles Owen Lanyon Royal Marine Light Infantry. For 39 years a magistrate for Portsmouth. Died November 29th 1914."
Midshipman Herbert Marsden - HMS Victoria - died 14th
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "In loving memory of Herbert Marsden Lanyon, Midshipman RN son of
Herbert Owen Lanyon of Belfast born 14th August 1876. Refusing to leave his Admiral he was lost by the foundering of HMS Victoria at Tripoli 22nd June 1893."
Colonel Sir William Owen, C.B., K.C.M.C. - died 6th
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "This memorial chapel has been erected to the glory of God and in loving memory of Colonel Sir William Owen Lanyon CB KCMC who died in New York on the 6th day of April 1887 in his 45th year and also of his wife Florence who died in London on the 4th day of May 1883 in her 32nd year. They lie in the same grave in Brompton Cemetery, London."
Laughton - Colonel John -
Bengal Engineers - died 18th December 1861.
2nd Lieutenant Bengal Army 1821. From 1833-38 employed with the Shah of Persia's army and married a Persian woman. Served Indian Mutiny 1857. Died in 1861 (error on grave stone).
Grave at Simla - "The grave of Coll Laughton Engineers died at Simla 18th Decr 1862 aged 50 years."
Laurie - Lieutenant-General John Wimburn, C.B. - died 20th May 1912.
St. Margaret's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oakfield, Halifax, Canada - "In Loving Memory of Lieut General John Wimburn Laurie C.B. Served in the Crimea. The Indian Mutiny. and in N. West Campaign 1885. Inspecting Field Officer and D.A.C.G. of the Nova Scotia Militia and Member of the Canadian and British Parliaments. Born 1 Oct 1835 - Died 20 May 1912."
Laurie - Lieutenant-Colonel Kenrick Cartaret - Royal Artillery - died 7th January 1967.
St. Margaret's Anglican Church Cemetery, Oakfield, Halifax, Canada - "Lt. Colonel Kenrick Cartaret Laurie, D.C.L., R.A. Born London, England Jan. 3, 1881 Died Oakfield Jan 7, 1967 Son of Lieut General & Mrs. J.W. Laurie Beloved husband of Violet Maud."
Law - Surgeon
James Henry - 27th Light Dragoons - died 13th June 1801.
Grave at Cawnpore - "Sacred to the memory of James Henry Law Surgeon of HM 27th Light Dragoons who departed this life on the 13th day of June 1801 aged 26 years."
Lieutenant William Charles - 21st Madras Native Infantry - died
2nd February 1847.
Born 11th February 1820, son of William and Letitia Law.
Grave at Malacca - "Erected by his brother officers to the memory of Lieut William Charles Law late of the 21st Regiment M.N.I. who died at this station on the 2nd February 1847."
Lieutenant Henry - 52nd Foot - died 4th August 1781.
Memorial at St. Mary the Virgin, Rye, Sussex - "In memory of Henry Lawrence Esqr of the Kingdom of Ireland Lieutenant in His Majesty's 52 Regt. who departed this life the 4th of August 1781 aged 20 years."
Lieutenant-Colonel James Adair - Royal Artillery - died 4th
Grave at Lahore - "In memory of James Adair Lawrie Lieutenant Colonel Royal Artillery born 9th Deceber 1841. died 4th April 1890. erected by his brother and sisters the Moss, Killearn."
Lieutenent Peter - Bengal Engineers - died 1815.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Calcutta - "This monument is erected by Sir David Ochterlony and the officers of the army under his command to the memory of Lieutenant Peter Lawtie of the Corps of Engineers in the Bengal Army. who at the age of 23, at the close of the first campaign of the Napaul War, to the successful termination of which his exertions had eminently contributed. fell a victim to his devotion in the service of his country, beloved, respected, and admired. Obiit Anno MDCCCXV."
Lay - Captain
J.W. - 4th Hussars - died 16th December 1877.
Memorial at St. Mary Magdalene, Woodstock, Oxfordshire - "To Captain J.W. Lay 4th the Queen's Own Hussars died at Rawulpindi Punjab India 16th December 1877 in affectionate remembrance by his brother officers."
Layard - Captain J. Belville
- 22nd Madras Native Infantry - died 15th September 1847.
Grave at Vizagapatam - "Sacred to the memory of Captain J. Belville Layard of the 22nd Regiment M.N.I. who departed this life at Waltair on the 12th February 1847 aged 36. This monument is erected by his afflicted widow as a testimony of affection."
Lieutenant John Warrington - 36th Foot - died 8th
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth - "In memory of John Warrington Leckie Lieutenant 2nd Battalion Worcestershire (late 36th) Regiment son of Lieutenant Colonel John Davies Leckie Bombay Army who died at Teddington December 8th 1886 Aged 24 years. Erected by his brother officers."
Captain Alexander - 21st Dragoons - died 29th September
Grave at Cawnpore - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Alexander Lecky HM 21st Dragoons who departed this life on the 29th September 1819 aged 34 years. Being on the eve of departure for England where his Regiment had preceeded him. This monument was raised by a few of the numerous friends of the deceased, resident at this station who most admired and esteemed his character."
Leech - Major Robert, C.B. -
Bombay Engineers - died 2nd September 1845.
Served Afghanistan 1837-42 (medal, CB).
Gravar at Ambala - "Sacred to the memory of Major Robert Leech, C.B. of the Bombay Engineers. Born Dec. 7th 1813. Died at Umballa Septr 2nd 1845. A most distinguished Oriental Scholar, and one of the first European officers who entered and one of the last who left Affghanistan during the time of British occupation of that Country. This stone is erected by a widowed Mother to the memory of her last surviving son."
Leeds - Colonel Sir Edward -
Bengal Staff Corps - died 16th February 1876.
Son of Sir Joseph Edward Leeds, of Croston Park, Cambridge. Born at Olney, Somerset, 3rd May 1825. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar). Married Fanny Templer at Calcutta, 21st January 1854 (second marriage).
Grave at Kasauli - "In affectionate remembrance of Col. Sir Edward Leeds Bart B.S.C. who died at Kalka Feby 16th 1876 aged 50 years 9 months 11 days."
Lieutenant Lionel Nelson - 5th Punjab Cavalry - died 13th
Grave at Rawalpindi - "Lionel Nelson Leeda. Lieutenant 5th Punjab Cavalry. Died 13 Jul 1896. Erected in affectionate memory by his brother."
Captain Edward John - 86th Foot - died 12th July 1861.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos - "Captain Edward John Lees. 86th Royal Regiment. Eldest son of George Lees Esqr. of Werneth in the county of Lancaster and Lansdowne House, Cheltenham. who died 12th July 1861. Aged 26 years."
Major Joseph - 42nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 15th
Son of John Leeson. Served 21st Light Dragoons 1811-1819. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal). Married Anne O'Reilly at Calcutta, 26th November 1817.
Grave at Hoshiarpur - "Sacred to the memory of Bt Major Joseph Leeson 42nd regt Bengal Native Infy hony ADC to the Govr Genl & Commandt 2nd regt irr cavy who died 15th February 1848. Aged 52 years."
Major Alexander - Bengal Artillery - died 19th September 1802.
Son of James and Agnes Legertwood, of Skelmuir, Scotland.
Grave at Cawnpore - "Alexander Legertwood Major of the Honorable Company's Artillery born January 1756 died the 19th day of September 1802."
Lieutenant Edward Egerton - Queen's Bays - died 25th June
Husband of Laura. Son's memorial below.
Memorial at St. Paul's Church, Broadwell, Glos. - "To the glory of God and to the beloved memory of Edward Egerton Leigh, Lieutenant Queen's Bays, of Broadwell Manor House. Born July 1st 1851. Died June 25th 1913."
Leigh - Captain John Egerton - 10th Battalion, King's Royal Rifle Corps - killed 4th April 1917.
Memorial at St. Paul's Church, Broadwell, Glos. - "Also to the undying memory of John Egerton Leigh. Captain 10th Batt. King's Royal Rifles, elder son of the above and of Laura Maude his wife. Born March 11th 1976. He gave his life for England in the Great War and was killed while leading his company into action at Metz en Couture France April 4th 1917. He was buried with other brave men close to the place where he fell."
Major Richard - 104th Foot - died October 1833.
Memorial at Drummondville Church, Niagara, Canada - "In memory of Major Richard Leonard, formerly of H. M. 104th Lt. Infantry, who died Oct., 1833."
- Lieutenant Henry - 24th Light Dragoons - died 11th
Grave at Calcutta - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Henry Lewellin of H.M. 24th Regiment Light Dragoons, Obit. 11th October 1820, aged 38 years, 9 months and 13 days."
Lewes - Colonel Charles James
- Bengal Army - died 2nd April 1881.
Sons grave below.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In memoriam Charles James Lewes Colonel late Bengal Army. Died April 2nd 1881. Aged 80 years. Also of Harriet Ann widow of the above. Fell asleep February 8th 1891. Aged 85 years."
Lieutenant Charles Edward - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 17th
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles James Lewes (Bengal Infantry. Grave above). Born at Mhow, 18th October 1831. Served Burma 1852 (medal and bar), Mutiny 1857. Grave in Simla - "Sacred to the memory of 1st Lieutenant Charles Edward Lewes, Bengal Horse Artillery died 17th November 1857, in the 27th year of his age. deeply lamented in death, as he was beloved, and honor'd in life by his sorrowing parents and relations."
Lewis - Ensign Charles
Lambert - 48th Bengal Native Infantry - died 2nd September
Grave at Ludhiana - "Sacred to the memory of Charles Lambert Lewis Ensign 48th Regt N.I. who died at Loodianah on the 2nd September 1845 in his 18th year. Sincerely regretted by his brother officers to whom he had endeared himself during the few weeks he was among them."
Lewis - Major-General Henry - Bengal Artillery - died 29th June 1905.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In memory of Major General Henry Lewis late Royal Bengal Artillery. Born 10 May 1821. Died 29 June 1905. Also of Harriot Eliza, widow of the above who fell asleep on 11 December 1928."
Lieutenant-Colonel Robert - 71st Highland Light Infantry - died
24th November 1880.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel Robert Lewis, late 71st Highland Light Infantry, who died at Cheltenham, November 24th 1880, aged 45 years."
Lewis - Captain William
George Tredennick - 46th Madras Native Infantry - died 9th
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary - "Captain W.G.T. Lewis, 46th Regt N.I., and Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General at Bellary, who died of Cholera 9th Octr 1839 at Kodanoor with the field force under Major-General Wilson, C.B., leaving a deeply afflicted but resigned widow to mourn his loss. This tablet is erected as a mark of respect by his brother Staff Officers in the Ceded Districts."
Major Alfred Noel Irvine, M.C. - 3/7th Rajputs - died 15th
Grave at Peshawar - "In loving memory of Alfred Noel Irvine Lilly M.C. Bt. Major 3/7th Rajputs (D.C.O.) Regiment. Born 22nd December 1889. Died 15th December 1924. After conflict, toil and testing."
Limond - Lieutenant Alexander
- 6th Punjab Infantry - died 14th May 1895.
Served Samana 1891 (medal and bar) Waziristan 1894 (bar).
Grave at Bannu - "In loving memory of Alexander Limond, Lieut. VI P.I. Eldest son of Major General David Limond C.B., R.E. Born 8th January 1867. Died 14th May 1895. From wounds inflicted by Ghazi fanatics near Camp Boya, Tochi Valley."
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Hughes, CB - Grenadier Guards - died
25th March 1889.
Served in Canada (43rd Light Infantry) 1837-8; Crimea 1854-5 (Grenadier Guards. medal 3 clasps). Groom in Waiting to the Queen.
Memorial at Holy Trinity, Ardington, Oxfordshire - "In memory of The Honourable Charles Hughes Lindsay CB many years resident and churchwarden in this parish Member of Parliament for the Borough of Abingdon Lieutenant Colonel late of the Grenadier Guards and Colonel Commandant of the St. George's Rifles. Died March 25 1889 aged 73."
Lindsell - Lieutenant Guy
Vivian - 37th Dogras - died 13th May 1911.
Grave at Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Guy Vivian Lindsell. 37th Dogras. Born 18 Feb 1886. Died 13 May 1911."
- Major Richard Chaloner - Bengal Staff Corps - died 3rd
Memorial at Termonfeckin Cemetery, Co. Louth - "Sacred to the memory of Richard Chaloner Lindsey, Major in HM Bengal Staff Corps, son of the late Captain William Lindsey of Wilfort Co. Galway who died on the 3rd Feb 1875."
Linton - Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel
4th April 1892.
Born 18th January 1844. Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal and bar, star), Hazara 1888 (medal and bar).
Tablet at Lahore Cathedral - "To the glory of God and to the memory of the follwing Officers of the 24th Punjab Infantry who died or were killed in action between the years 1889 and 1895. Surgeon Lieut Colonel H.J. Linton, died at Peshawar 4th April 1892 aged 48 years."
Captain Richard - Royal Artillery - died 14th September 1865.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos - "In memory of Sarah Elizabeth, wife of Captain Richard Litchfield, RA. Died Feb. 17 1863. Aged 65 years. Richard Litchfield, Died Sept. 14 1865 Aged 73. He served in the Peninsula War 1812-14."
Llewellyn - Lieutenant John
Lock - 71st Bengal Native Infantry - died 18th March 1850.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal). Died as the result of self-inflicted pistol shot to the head. It was not determined if an accident or suicide.
Grave at Peshawar - "Erected by his brother officers to the memory of John L. Llewellyn, Lieut. 71st Regt B.N.I. who died at Peshawur on the 18th March 1850 aged 28 years."
Lloyd - Major Edward
Salisbury - 49th
Bengal Native Infantry - died
24th January 1851.
Son of Richard Hughes Lloyd, of Denbigh, Merioneth. Born 26th March 1806. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar). Married Catharine Wynell-Mayow at Meerut, 16th April 1844.
Grave at Phillaur - "Sacred to the memory of Major and Bt Lt Colonel Edward Salisbury Lloyd 49th regt N.I. who peacefully departed this life at Nakodah, January 24th 1851, aged 45 years. the uprightness of the man. the sincerity of the friend. the bravery of the soldier. the blended zeal and kindness of the commanding officer. the affection of the husband and the father. the humility of the Christian were in him alike conspicuous, his brother officers who esteemed him in life and lament him in death have erected this monument as a tribute to his worth and a memorial of their respect."
Lieutenant-General John - - died 28th February 1837.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -"Sacred to the memory of Lieut General John Locke of Newcastle Ireland who departed this life the 28 of February 1837 aged 67."
- Lieutenant James Douglas Somerville - 92nd Foot - died
5th January 1895.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Lawrence W.M. Lockhart. Born 3rd August 1866. He was killed at Camp Jangal by the accidental discharge of a revolver by a servant. Grave at New Cemetery, Dera Ismail Khan - "To the beloved memory of James Douglas Somerville Lockhart 92nd Gordon Highlanders. Born August 3rd 1866 killed in Waziristan 5th January 1895."
Colonel Robert D. Eliott - Royal Horse Artillery - died 22nd
Memorial at Sibbaldbie churchyard, Scotland - "Col. Robert D. Eliott Lockhart, RHA, born 17th August 1841 died 22nd April 1920. And Ethel Margaret his wife born 5th September 1854 died 14th April 1921.
Loftus - Major Henry - 71st Foot - died 2nd November 1862.
Served Crimea 1855 (medal and bar, Order of Medjidie 5th class), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Murree - "Major Henry Loftus 71st Highland Light Infantry died at Murree 2nd November 1862 aged 39 years. Erected by the officers of the regiment in memory of a much esteemed comrade."
Quartermaster Thomas - 43rd Foot - died 13th May 1804.
Memorial at the Charing Church, Kent - "Thomas Loftus late Quartermaster in the 43rd Regiment of foot who died greatly regretted 13th May 1804 aged 52. He was wounded at Bunkers Hill and served in England, Scotland, Ireland and Guernsey, 14 years, 51 weeks and 6 days. In America 9 years, 7 weeks and 6 days. In the West Indies 6 years, 31 weeks and 6 days in the same Regiment and saw it twice broke. This stone was erected by his brother officers."
Logie - Lieutenant-Colonel -
34th Bengal Native Infantry - died 13th January 1828.
Grave at Saugor - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut-Col. Commdt. Logie, 34th Regt. N.I. who died the 13th January 1828, aged 47 years. This monument is erected by the officers of the 34th Regiment N.I. as a token of their affectionate respect and esteem for his abilities as a Commanding officer, and his amiable virtues as a man; he died revered and beloved by the Bengal Army, of which he had been a member for near 30 years, and with which he had served in Egypt, the Goorka War and Central India."
Long - Lieutenant Richard -
25th Bengal Native Infantry - died 25th February 1837.
Grave at Arracan - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Richard Long, 25th Regt. N.I. on the Bengal Establishment and acting Adjutant of the Aracan Local Battalion, who departed this life on the 25th day of February AD 1837, Aetat 27 years, 10 months and 17 days."
Long - Captain Samuel - 40th
Native Infantry - died 7th September 1845.
Son of Samuel and Jane Long. Born 28th March 1804. Served in China 1842 (1st Volunteer Regt.).
Grave at Meerut - "Sacred to the memory of Major Samuel Long 40th Regiment N.I. who departed this life on the 8th October 1845 aged 40 years and of Catharine Hoggan his daughter."
Tablet at Barrackpore Church - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Samuel Long, 40th Regiment N.I. who died at Meerut, on the 7th September 1845, aged 41 years. This tablet is erected by the officers of the 40th Regiment Native Infantry as a mark of their esteem and regard."
Loudon - Lieutenant W.C. - 26th
Punjab Native Infantry - died 20th January 1884.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Peshawar - "In memory of Lieutenant W.C. Loudon, 26th PNI. Aged 22 years. Drowned in the Kabul River 20th January 1884 to the great regret of his brother officers."
Captain George Harley - 52nd Foot - died 10th February
Grave at St.George's Church Cemetery, Sydney, Nova Scotia - "Sacred to the Memory of Capt. George Harley Love of the 52nd Regiment who departed this life on the 10th day of February, 1829 Aged 39 years."
Low - Major Irvine - Bengal
Army - died 26th June 1881.
Son of General Sir John Lowe, GCB, GCSI (Madras Army). Born at Calcutta, 27th December 1841. Married Janet Liston-Foulis at St. Andrews, Fife, 29th November 1865.
Grave at Simla - "Sacred to the memory of Major I. Low Bengal Cavy and Deputy Commissioner of Purtabghur Oudh who died at Simla on 26th June 1881. Aged 39 years."
Lowther - Lieutenant William
- 41st Bengal Native Infantry - died 9th September 1844.
Grave at Ambala - "Sacred to the memory of the late William Lowther Lieut 41st Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 9th Sepr 1844 aged 29 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."
Ludlow - Lieutenant-Colonel
John, C.B. - Bengal Army - died 22nd September 1829.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Calcutta - "This Cenotaph was erected by the Neemutch Field Force, in honour of their commander, Lieut-Colonel John Ludlow, C.B. This distinguished officer entered the Bengal Army on the 16th February 1795, and his career was marked by an ardent devotion to the duties of a soldier; a generous enthusiasm and unabating zeal, which shed a lustre on the profession to which he belonged,.By his heroic intrepidity in the arduous contest between the British troops and those of the Rajah of Nepal, in the years 1814 and 1815, he obtained the unqualified approbation of the Supreme Government of India, and the Honors of the Bath from his Sovereign. His life fell a sacrifice to the energy of his spirit which led him into the field at the head of his division whilst suffering under a painful and dangerous illness, under which he sunk in Camp, at Barode, on the 22nd of September 1829, in the 44th year of his age. Just and inflexibly firm, yet temperate and mild in the exercise of his authority. He ensured the respect, whilst he conciliated the attachment of the troops under his command. The virtues that adorned his priavte life endeared him to his family and friends, by whom he was sincerely esteemed and beloved, and who, whilst unfeignedly mourn his loss, warmly cherish his remembrance."
- Lieutenant James Sandys - 15th King's Hussars - died 8th
Born 8 Oct. 1821.
Memorial at Upper Hardres Church, Kent - "Sacred to the memory of James Sandys Lumsdaine, Esrq. Lieutenant of the 15th King's Hussars who died at Oosoottar near Bangalore on the 8th December 1858. This tablet is erected by Col. Fry and his brother officers as a tribute to his worth and admirable disposition and as a token of their respect and affectionate regard.
Lumsden - Lieutenant-General
Sir Harry Burnett, K.C.S.I., C.B. - Corps of Guides - died 12th August 1896.
Son of Colonel Thomas Lumsden, C.B. (Bengal Artillery). Born on board the HEIC ship 'Rose' in the Bay of Bengal, 12th November 1821. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal, wounded), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Bazai expedition 1849 (medal and bar), C.B. (civil) 1858, K.C.S.I. 1873. Married Fanny Myers, 5th September 1866.
Tablet in St. Alban's Church, Mardan - "To the Glory of God and to the dear memory of my beloved husband Lt General Sir Harry B. Lumsden K.C.S.I., C.B. of whom the Earl of Dalhousie, when Governor General of India, recorded 'a braver or better soldier never drew sword.' He raised the Queen's Own Corps of Guides in Dec. 1846, led them in many actions and throughout his life gloried in their victories. He died at Belhelvie Lodge, Aberdeenshire, 12th August 1896."
Major James - 4th Bengal Native Cavalry - died 30th September
Son of William Lumsden, born in Edinburgh in 1785.
Monument at Meerut - "Sacred to the memory of Major Lumsden, late Deputy Commissary-General of the Bengal Forces, who died 30th September 1816, in the 32nd year of his age. This monument is erected by his afflicted widow."
Lushington - 2nd
Lieutenant Arthur Franklyn - 3rd Bengal Cavalry - died 25th July
Memorial at War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Royal Military Academy - "In loving memory of Arthur Franklyn Lushington, 2nd Lieut. 3rd Bengal Cavalry G.C. 1897-8. Died at Landour, India July 25th 1900. Aged 22."
Lutyens - Ensign Henry De Wangenheim - 35th Foot - died 25th April 1822.
Memorial at St. James the Less, Pangbourne, Oxfordshire - "Sacred to the memory of Henry De Wangenheim Lutyens late Ensign of the 35th Regiment of Foot who died in Jamaica on the 25th of April 1822 aged 24 years."
Lieutenant Samuel James - 70th Foot - died
7th Septmber 1854.
Grave at Ferozepore - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut Samuel James Lyle of H.M. 70th or Surrey Regt who died at Ferozepore on the 7th of Sept 1854 aged 25 years and 9 months. This tomb was erected by his brother officers."
Captain Edward - 1st Madras Cavalry - died 30th October
Memorial at Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire - "Edward son of Edmund and Phoebe Lyne Captain 1st Regiment of Madras Cavalry in the East India Company's Service and Colonel Commandant of His Highness the Nawaub's Forces who died at Ellichpore in Hindostan October 30th 1818 aged 46 years."
- Lieutenant-Colonel Lambert - Scots Fusilier Guards - died
4th June 1876.
Son of Hugh Lyons-Montgomery, of Co. Leitrim. Born 1820. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars), Burma 1852 (medal and bar, wounded). Married Mary Young at Dinapore, 24th November 1851. Retired from the army in 1858.
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lambert Lyons-Montgomery Lt-Colonel Scots Fusilier Guards and Paymaster 10th Royal Hussars who died at Saharunpore on the 4th June 1876."