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Macan - Captain Henry Patrick - Bedfordshire Regiment - died 7th April 1898.
Memorial at St. Mary's Church, Elstow Church, Bedfordshire -
"In affectionate memory of Captain Henry Patrick Macan 3rd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. Born at Elstow 17th March 1868 Died on service at Kismayu, East Africa 7th April 1898. This tablet was erected by the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Men of the 3rd Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment."

Macausland - Lieutenant-Colonel Redmond - Indian Army - died 30th March 1935.
Memorial at St. Paul's Church, Garvagh Graveyard, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland -
"Remond Conyngham S. Macausland, Lt. Col. I.A. of Woodbank, son of the Rev. R. C. Macausland, rector of Desertoghill, died 30 March 1935, aged 83 years."

Macbeth - Surgeon-General James - died 3rd January 1899.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In loving memory of Surgn General James Macbeth who died at Rome, 3rd January 1899 in his 82nd year. A veteran of the wars of the Punjab served through the campaigns of the Sutlej 1845-46 also the siege of Multan 1848-49. Also of his wife Thomasine Mary died at Rome 31st May 1899 Aged 74 years."

Macbride - ? Henry Pole Brookland - Royal Berkshire Regiment - died 16th October 1894.
Grave at Elmina Cemetery, Cape Coast, Ghana -
"Henry Pole Brookland Macbride, Royal Berks Regiment. and Houssa Police, died 16 Oct 1894, aged 24."

MacCrae - Ensign John Morison - 17th Bengal Native Infantry - died 15th June 1822.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of John M. MacCrae late Ensign of the 17th Regt N.I. who departed this life 15th June 1822 in the 21st year of his age. Erected by the officers of the Regt as a tribute of their esteem and regret."

MacDonald - Captain Allan - 38th Foot - died 24th September 1828.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"To the memory of Allan MacDonald Captain HMs 38 Regt who died at Cawnpore on the 24th day of September 1828 aged 34 years and 6 months. Erected by his affectionate brother John MacDonald."

MacDonald - Colonel Clarence Herbert - Indian Army - died 16th December 1929.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"In loving remembrance of Clarence Herbert MacDonald Colonel Indian Army who died 16 December 1929 aged 68."

Macdonald - Major Henry - Bengal Staff Corps - killed 22nd March 1873.
Son of Donald Macdonald, of Sandside, Caithness. Born 3rd December 1831. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and 2 bars). He was shot in the thigh by bandits, who then hacked him to death with swords. The murderers were finally captured and hanged in 1879. The official report states the murder was on the 22nd March.
Grave at Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"In memory of Henry Macdonald Major, Bengal Staff Corps, and commandant of Fort Michnee who was cruelly murdered by Momund Affridis on 21st March March 1873. Lord have mercy."
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar - "In memory of Henry Macdonald, Major in the Bengal Staff Corps, and Commandant of Fort Michin, who was cruelly murdered by Momund Afridis, on Friday 21st March 1873, while walking unarmed at a short distance from the fort. His death excited much sympathy and regret throughout this district."

Macdonald - Colonel James Fraser - died 28th July 1922.
Memorial at St. Mark's church, Niagara, Canada -
"Col. James Fraser Macdonald, August 28th 1867 - July 28th 1922. Lieut. Strathcona Horse, S.A. 1900. Capt. 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles, S.A. 1902. Principal Ordinance Officer for Canada 1912-1918."

Macdonald - Major Ranald Dugald Harcourt - 8th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 21st November 1848.
Served Bhurtpore 1825. Punniar 1843 (star). Married Mary Crawford at Calcutta, 28th November 1836.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Major R.D.H. Kent 8th Light Cavalry who died 21st Nov. 1848. This monument was built by his brother officers."

MacDonald - Lieutenant-General Robert - Madras Army - died ......
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant General Robert Mackenzie MacDonald, Madras Staff Corps. Born 11 September 1825. Died -----."

Macdougal - Lieutenant William - Bengal Engineers - died 16th September 1807.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. William Macdougal of the Bengal Engineers who died September the 16th AD 1807, aged 27 years. To an excellent understanding, and extensive knowledge, especially of Asiatic literature, which enabled him to discharge with credit and public utility, the duties of Assistant Professor of the Hindoostanee language in the College of Fort William."

Macdonald - Lieutenant-Colonel William Donald - 93rd Foot - died 29th October 1862.
Son of Donald Macdonald, of Sandside, Caithness. Born 15th September 1827. Served Crimea 1854 (medal and 4 bars, Order of Medjidie 5th class), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Married Emma Lindsay, 30th August 1860. His brother, Major Henry Macdonald, Bengal Infantry, was murdered at Fort Michni, 1873.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel William Donald Macdonald of Sandside, Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the peace of the county of Caithness, Scotland who died of cholera whilst commanding the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders at Camp Jalozai on the 29th October 1862 aged 35 years."
Grave at Jalozai - "Sacred to the memory of Lt Col Wm Donald Macdonald, Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the peace of the county of Caithness, Scotland who died of cholera whilst commanding the 93rd Sutherland Highlanders at Camp Jalozai on the 29th October 1862 aged 35 years."

Macdonnell - Lieutenant-Colonel William, C.B. - 88th Foot - died 12th July 1919.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In ever loving memory of my dear husband Col. William Macdonnell C.B. late 88th Regt Connaught Rangers Born Dublin June 7th 1831 died Rome July 12th 1919."

Macgregor - Major-General James Murray - died 7th December 1818.
Grave at Monghyr -
"Beneath this stone are deposited the earthly remains of Major General James Murray Macgregor, of the Honorable East India Co's Service, who departed this life on the 7th of Dec. AD 1818, in the 59th year of his age, oppressed and broken by a series of unmerited misfortunes, his spirit it is hoped, has found repose on the bosom of a merciful Redeemer."

MacIver - Assistant-Surgeon James Robertson - 4th Punjab Rifles - died 11th December 1869.
Grave at Sialkote -
"Sacred to the memory of Asst Surgeon James R. McIver IVth Punjab Rifles, who died at Sealkote on the XIth Decr. 1869 aged 26 years. eldest son of Evander McIver Esqr. Scowrie House Sutherlandshire. Deeply regretted by his brother officers and all who knew him. He is not dead but sleepeth."
Memorial at Scourie Cemetery, Edrachillis, Sutherland, Scotland -
"Erected by officers 4th Punjab Infantry, in memory of James Robertson McIver, MD, Assistant Surgeon, died Sealkot, 11 Dec 1869, age 28."

MacKecknie - Lieutenant Donald - 16th Madras Native Infantry - died 19th January 1859.
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore -
"In memory of Lieutenant Donald MacKechnie, 16th Regt. M.N.I., who died at Hurryhur on the 19th January 1859, aged 32 years 7 months and 9 days. Deeply regretted by his brother officers. This monument has been placed over his remains by his afflicted widow."

Mackenzie - Lieutenant Colin - 78th Foot - died 7th June 1812.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colin Mackenzie, of H.M. 78th Regt. who departed this life on the 7th June 1812, aged 27 years. Deeply regretted by a numerous circle of friends, whom his amiable disposition had acquired."

Mackenzie - Cornet David Wedderburn - 8th Light Dragoons - died 29th December 1814.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of David Wedderburn Mackenzie, Cornet in his Majesty's 8th Light Dragoons, son of John and Elizabeth Mackenzie; who departed this life on the 29th Dec. 1814, aged 27 years."

Mackenzie - Lieutenant George Salvador - 22nd Native Infantry - died 22nd March 1844.
Grave at Barrackpore -
"In memory of Lieut. George Salvador Mackenzie, Adjt. 22d Regt. N.I. who was drowned off Barrackpore on the 22d March 1844. Much and deeply regretted, in the 26th year of his age. This monument is erected by his surviving brother."
Tablet at Barrackpore Church -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant George Salvador Mackenzie, Adjutant 22d Regiment N.I. unfortunately drowned off Barrackpore by the upsetting of a boat on the 22d March 1844. This tablet is erected by Captain James Grissell, 46th N.I. ADC as a mark of his affection and lasting regret."

Mackenzie - Brigadier James - 5th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 15th August 1859.
Son of Kincaid Mackenzie, of Edinburgh. Served Bhurtpore 1825 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Napier Johnstone at Nasirabad, 6th September 1830.
Grave at Simla -
"Beneath rest the remains of Brigadier J. Mackenzie H.M.'s 5th Bengal Light Cavalry who died on the 15th August 1859 aged 56 years. This monument has been erected by his brother officers of the late 8th Light Cavalry as a tribute of esteem and respect to his memory."

Mackenzie - Colonel Francis James - Bengal Staff Corps - died 19th November 1884.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In memory of Francis James Napier Mackenzie Colonel Bengal Staff Corps. Born Edinburgh 19th October 1837. died Rome 19th November 1884."

Mackenzie - Colonel John - Bengal Light Cavalry - died 5th May 1856.
Served Mahratta-Pindari war 1817. Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel John Mackenzie, Bengal Light Cavalry who departed this life on the 5th May 1856 aged 66."

Mackenzie - Lieutenant-Colonel Kenneth, DSO - Royal Army Veterinary Corps - died 5th October 1925.
Memorial at Lairg Cemetery, Sutherland, Scotland -
"Robert Mackenzie, Millinclarin, Lairg, died 19 May 1931, age 81; wife Catherine Ross, died Elgin 3 Oct 1929, age 78; daughter Johanna, died Nayland, Suffolk 16 April 1913, age 28; son Alexander, Capt. 8th South African Infantry, died Johannesburg 16 Nov 1917, age 41 of illness fighting in East Africa; Kenneth, DSO Lt. Col. RAVC, died Kohat, India 5 Oct 1925, age 44."

Mackenzie - Lieutenant Napier Kincaid Johnston - 6th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 26th April 1856.
Son of Brigadier James Mackenzie (see entry). Born at Nasirabad, 11th July 1831.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Napier Kincaid Johnston Mackenzie 6th Bengal Light Cavalry. Eldest son of Colonel James Mackenzie 8th Bengal Light Cavalry. Born at Nusserabad 11th July 1831. died at Simla 26th April 1856."

Mackeson - Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick, C.B. - Bengal Army - killed 14th September 1853.
Son of William Mackeson, of Woodbridge, Kent. Born 2nd September 1807. Served Afghanistan 1837-42 (medal, C.B.), Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Hazara 1853.
Memorial at Peshawar -
"Here lies the body of Frederick Mackeson Lieutenant Colonel in the Bengal Army Companion of the Bath and Commissioner of Peshawur who was born September 2nd 1807 and died September 14th 1853 of a wound inflicted by a religious fanatic. He was the beau-ideal of a soldier: cool to conceive, brave to dare, and strong to do. The Indian Army was proud of his noble presence in its ranks - Not without cause. On the dark page of the Affghan War, the name of 'Mackeson' shines brightly out. The frontier was his post and the future was his field. The defiles of the Khyber, and the peaks of the Black Mountains, alike witness his exploits - Death still found him in the front. Unconquored enemies felt safer when he fell - His own Government thus mourned the fall "The reputation of Lieutenant Colonel Mackeson as a soldier is known to, and honored by all. His value as a Political servant of the state is known to none better than to the Governor General himself, who in a difficult and eventful time had cause to mark his great ability, and the admirable prudence, discretion and temper which added tenfold value to the high soldierly qualities of his warlike character. The loss of Colonel Mackeson's life would have dimmed a victory. To lose him thus by the hand of a foul assassin is a misfortune of the heaviest gloom, for the Government which counted him amongst its bravest and best." General Orders of the Marquis Dalhousie, Governor General of India 3rd October 1853. This monument was erected by his friends."

MacLachlan - Lieutenant L.C. - Kings Royal Rifle Corps - died 10th March 1895.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"In memory of L.C. MacLachlan, Lieutenant and Adjutant 1st Battalion Kings Royal Rifles, who died at Rawalpindi 10th March 1895. This tablet was erected by the teams competing in the Rawalpindi polo tournament."

Maclean - Major-General Archibald Neil - Indian Army - died 17th June 1875.
Memorial at Northam church, Devon -
"Sacred to the memory of Archibald Neil Maclean Maj. Gen. H.M. I. Army and the second son of John Maclean Esqr of Boreray and Drimnin who died June 17th 1875 - Buried At Kensal Green."

Macleod - Brigadier Alexander, K.C.B. - Bengal Artillery - died 20th August 1831.
Memorial in St. Stephen's Church, Dum Dum -
"Sacred to the memory of Sir Alexander Macleod, Knight Companion of the Most Honrable Order of the Bath, Colonel of the 5th Battalion Bengal Artillery, Briagdier on the Staff of the Army, and Commandant of Artillery, who died at Dum Dum on the 20th August 1831, aged 64 years. Sir A. Macleod entered the army as a Cadet of Artillery in 1784 and served with that army during 47 years of uninterrupted Indian duty. In 1806 he was selected by Viscount Lake (on the death of Captain Hutchinson of the same corps) to succeed as Commandant of the then important advanved post of Ramporah Tonk, and afterwards served at the sieges of Kamona, Gunnouree and Bhowanee. In 1814, he directed the Artillery of Sir D. Ochterlony's Army during the brilliant campaign of the field movements and sieges against the Goorkah Commander-in-Chief, Ummeer Sing Thapa. In 1817, after being present at the siege of Hattras, under the Marquis of Hastings in the Mahratta and Pindaree war. In November 1823, he was apponited Commandant of the Regiment of Artillery, in which capacity in 1825, he accompanied Viscount Combermere to the field, and directed the artillery in the great siege operations which terminated in the assault and capture of Bhurtpore in January 1826. Sir Alexander Macleod died in command of the Corps, honoured by his comrades as a gallant Soldier, esteemed as a kind Commander, and beloved as a good man."

Macleod - Surgeon Bannatyne William, C.B. - Bengal Army - died 3rd October 1856.
Born in Scotland, 1794. Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Bannatyne Macleod, M.D. & C.B. Supg Surgeon, Sirhind Division, who died at Simla on the 3rd October 1856."

Macleod - Ensign Forbes Brodie - 12th Madras Native Infantry - died 21st September 1827.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign Forbes Brodie Macleod of the 12th Regiment N.I. who died on the 21st September 1827 aged 20 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

MacMullen - Lieutenant Frederick Summers - 1st European Light Infantry - died 1st November 1842.
Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal). Married Mary Bristow at Agra, 16th May 1837.
Grave at Karnal -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. F.S. MacMullen Late of the 1st European Light Infantry who departed this life on the 1st November 1842 in the 26th year of his age deeply regretted. This tomb was erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem."

Macnaghten - Lieutenant Edmund Francis - 16th Lancers - died 12th October 1899.
Born 14th November 1870. Served Malakand 1897 (medal and bar).
Grave at Jhelum -
"In memory of Edmund F. Macnaghten Lieut 16th (Queens) Lancers eldest son of Col. Sir Francis Macnaghten. Bt of Dundarave Co. Antrim Ireland. Drowned while fishing on the Poonch River Oct. 12 1899. aged 28."

Macpherson - Captain George Ewen - Bengal Staff Corps - died 17th September 1879.
Son of Major-General Sir James Duncan Macpherson, KCB (Bengal Infantry). Born at Meerut, 8th February 1843. Served Umbeyla 1863 (medal and bar). Grave at Karnal -
"Sacred to the memory of George Ewan Macpherson Captain B.S.C. Officiating Depy Commissr Second son of Major Genl Sir J.D. Macpherson KCB. Born 8th Feby 1843. Died 17th Septr 1879. aged 36 years. It is not night if Thou be near."

MacPherson - Lieutenant John Robert - 3rd Bengal European Regiment - died 27th August 1861.
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. J.R. MacPherson, late 3rd Bengal European Regt, who died at Calcutta, on the 27th Aug. 1861 aged 27 years. His brother officers have erected this tablet as a mark of general respect for his memory and sincere regret for his death."

MacQueen - Lieutenant John Archibald - 1st Bn. 60th Royal Rifles -
died 9th October 1852.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut J.A. MacQueen 1st Battn 60th Royal Rifles who died at Mooltan on the 20th October 1852 aged 31 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as atoken of regard."

Macvicar - Captain John Archibald - 93rd Foot -
died 21st January 1880.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In memory of John Archibald Macvicar Captain 93rd Highlanders who died at Rome Jany 21 1880 Aged 37 years."

Mactier - Captain Austruther - 6th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 23rd July 1857.
Son of Anthony Mactier. Born in Calcutta, 6th May 1821. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Susan Young at Ferozepore, 21st February 1848 (his second marriage).
Grave at Jullundur -
"To the memory of Captain Austruther Mactier 6th regt Light Cavalry who died at Jullundur on the 23rd July 1857."

Maffett - Lieutenant John William - 88th Foot - died 6th October 1867.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant John William Maffett. 88th Connaught Rangers. Born 1 Mar 1841. Died 6 Oct 1867. Aged 26 yrs."

Magnay - Lieutenant Christopher - 22nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 17th October 1854.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal).
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Lieutenant C. Magnay. 22nd Regt Bengal NI obit Ferozepore 17 October 1854. Erected by his brother officers."

Mainwaring - Captain Charles - 47th Foot - died 7th April 1827.
Grave at Berhampore -
"Charles Mainwaring, Esq. Captain in H.M. 47th Regiment. died April 7th 1827, aged 38 years."

Mainwaring - Captain Charles John - 1st Bengal Native Infantry - died 16th August 1848.
Son of Thomas Mainwaring (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Dacca, 2nd June 1809. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Beneath rest the remains of Charles John Mainwaring, Captain 1st Regt Bengal N.I. & Sub Assistant Commissary General who departed this life at this station on the 16th May 1848, aged 39 years, most deeply mourned by his sorrowing relatives and sincerely lamented by all who knew him."

Mairis - Ensign Edward William - 1st Bengal European Light Infantry - died 14th September 1843.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign Mairis 1st Bengal European Light Infantry. Who died at Soobhathoo September 14th 1843. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."
"Sacred. Here rest the remains of Edward William Mairis Ens 1st Bengal Eurn Lt Infty who died of Fever at Subathoo Septr 14th 1843 in his 20th year. 9 months & 2 dys after his arrival in India. Reader: respect this grave, it is that of one whose disposition was eminently noble and whose character was based on the Righteous desire of guiding his feet in the way of peace. This tablet has been placed on this monument by his bereaved father. Captn Mairis."

Maisey - General Frederick Charles - Bengal Army - died 2nd September 1892.
Born in Neuchatal, Switzerland, 27th August 1825. Served Burma 1852, Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Married Sarah Knowles at Simla, 13th June 1850.
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"In loving memory of Frederick Charles Maisey, General, Bengal Army, for many years a resident of Simla, who died Eastbourne, Sussex, on the 2nd September 1892. Aged 67 years. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing widow and children."

Maister - Captain James - Rifle Brigade - died 11th August 1834.
Memorial in Rippon Cathedral -
 "To the memory of James Maister, Esquire, late Captain in the Rifle Brigade.
Beloved and esteemed while living, he died deeply lamented, Aug. 11th, 1834, in the 31st year of his age."

Maitland - Rear Admiral Sir Frederick Lewis, KCB - Royal Navy - died 30th November 1839
Memorial in St. Anne's Church, Portsmouth -
"To the memory of Rear Admiral Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland KCB this gallant and distinguished officer was most actively employed during the whole period of his career and served in every clime he entered the naval service very early in life, was a Midshipman on board the "Southampton" in the action of the 1st June 1794, commanded a division of gun boats in Egypt in 1801 and when in command of the "Bellerophon" off Rochfort, Napolean Buonaparte, after his defeat at Waterloo surrendered to him on the 15th July 1815. He was Admiral Superintendent of Portsmouth dockyard from the year 1832 to 1837 and Commander in Chief in India from that date to the period of his decease.He died at sea off Bombay on the 30th November 1839 aged 62. In testimony of their deep sorrow, and to record their admiration of his talents, his firmness, his gallantry and his worth this monument was placed here by his brother officers, followers and friends."

Makepeace - Major Charles - 4th Dragoons - died 24th June 1850.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Makepeace, late Major in the 4th R.I. Dragoons, died at Cheltenham 24th June 1850."

Mallock - Lieutenant Henry - Royal Artillery - died 11th July 1887.
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"Ubique. Quo fas et gloria ducunt. In memory of Roger John Mallock, Lieutenant Bengal Artillery. Born 4th April 1828. Died at Simla 1st June 1852, and of Henry Mallock, Lieutenant Royal Artillery. Born 27th August 1863. Died at Simla 11th July 1887."

Mallock - Lieutenant RogerJohn - Bengal Artillery - died 1st June 1852.
Grave at Simla -
"In memory of Lieut R.J. Mallock Bengal Artillery who died at Simla on 1st June 1852. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla - "Ubique. Quo fas et gloria ducunt. In memory of Roger John Mallock, Lieutenant Bengal Artillery. Born 4th April 1828. Died at Simla 1st June 1852, and of Henry Mallock, Lieutenant Royal Artillery. Born 27th August 1863. Died at Simla 11th July 1887."

Manby - Captain Joseph Lane - 85th Foot - died 22nd November 1846.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Sacred to the memory of Joseph Lane Manby late Captn and Paymaster of Her Majesty's 85th Regt of Infantry, eldest son of the late Aaron Manby Esqr, of Kingston, Jamaica by his wife Jane, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Lane Esqr of Wolverhampton, who died at Cheltenham 22nd November 1846, aged 72 years."

Manders - Major Thomas - 6th Dragoon Guards - died 5th March 1892.
Cornet 1835. Halfpay 1855.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Marlborough, Wiltshire -
"To the glory of God and in beloved memory of Major Thomas Manders VIth Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers) twenty years Adjutant of the Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry Cavalry. Born at Hilsborough July 20th 1802. Died at Weston Super Mare March 5th 1892."

Mansell - Captain Henry - 39th Foot - died 31st May 1834.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. Henry Mansell 39th Foot, ADC to the Governor General, who died 31st May 1834, aged 43 years."

Mantell - Captain Thomas Reginald Coleman - 48th Madras Native Infantry - died 16th November 1831.
Born 23rd June 1870 in Micheldever, Hampshire, son of Rev. Thomas and Sarah Mantell.
Grave at Penang -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Thomas Reginald C. Mantell 48th Regiment Madras Army. Eldest son of the Rev. T. Mantell Rector of Frensham, Surrey. He died on the 16th November 1831 Aged 41 years. This stone was erected at the request of an only brother in England who dearly loved him and will never cease to lament his loss."

Marchant - Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Henry Le - Hampshire Regiment - killed 23rd May 1899.
Born 30 December 1853. Son of Robert Le Marchant, MA, MD, originally from Guernsey, and his wife Eliza. Shot dead at a regimental gymkhana, the assassin was captured, tried and hanged. Brother of the two officers below.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Edward Henry Le Marchant Lt Col, commanding 1st Battn Hampshire Regt who was shot by a fanatic in this station on the 23rd March 1899, aged 45 years. Erected by the officers, N.C.O's and men of both battalions."
Memorial at St Peter's Church , Little Rissington - "Edward Henry, Born 30th Dec 1853 Lieut Colonel Commanding 1st Batt. Hampshire Regiment served in the Afghan War 1878-80. Shot by a fanatic at Peshawar India 23rd March 1899."

Marchant - Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis St. Gratien Le - East Lancashire Regiment - killed 9th September 1914.
Born 2nd December 1866. Son of Robert Le Marchant, MA, MD, originally from Guernsey, and his wife Eliza. Brother of above officer.
Memorial at St Peter's Church , Little Rissington -
"Lewis St. Gratien Lieut Colonel D.S.O. Commanding 1st Batt East Lancs. Regt. served with the Chitral Relief Force India 1895 and throughout the South African War 1899-1902 Born at Little Risington 2nd December 1866 was killed at La Ferte Sous Jouarre France whilst leading his Regt. at the Battle of the Marne 9th Sept 1914."

Marchant - Major Osmond Cecil Le - Roysl Sussex Regiment - died 4th February 1943.
Son of Robert Le Marchant, MA, MD, originally from Guernsey, and his wife Eliza. Brother of above officer.
Memorial at St Peter's Church , Little Rissington -
"Osmond Cecil Le Marchant Major 1st Battn. Royal Sussex Regiment. Born 25th Sept 1860 Died 4th Feb 1943. He served throughout the Egyptian War 1882 & Saw further service in the Sudan and N.W. Frontier of India."

Mardall - Lieutenant Frank - 3rd Punjab Cavalry - died 9th November 1880.
Son of Major-General Francis Mardall (Madras Staff Corps). Born in Madras, 24th October 1851. Served Afghanistan 1878.
Grave at Dera Ghazi Khan -
"In affectionate memory of Frank Mardall Lieut and adjutant 3rd Punjab Cavalry born October 24th 1851 died November 9th 1880 interred here March 30th 1881."

Marley - Lieutenant William Shakespear - 59th Foot - died 3rd May 1828.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. William Shakespear Marley of His Majesty's 59th Regt. who departed this life on the 3d May 1828, aged 27 years."

Marshall - Lieutenant William - 2/20th Madras Native Infantry - died 31st January 1819.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Underneath are deposited the remains of Lieutenant and Adjutant William Marshall of the 2nd Battalion 20th Regiment N.I. who departed this life on the 31st January 1819."

Martin - Lieutenant Cunliffe Hamilton - 4th Bengal Lancers - Died 5th October 1900.
Memorial in Christ Church, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Cunliffe Hamilton Martin, Lieut. 4th Bengal Lancers, son of Colonel Cunliffe Martin CB, and Frances Mary his wife, who died at Ajmir Rajputana, on 5 Oct. 1900, in his 26th year, of fever contracted at the end of a year's arduous work in relieving famine, deeply loved in life, deeply mourned in death, by his family and friends."

Martin - Captain George Edward - 7th Madras Native Infantry -
died 15th June 1873.
Grave at Waltair -
"Erected by his widow and sacred to the memory of George Edward Martin, Captain, Madras Staff Corps Quarter Master 7th Regt. M.N.I. second son of James Martin Esqre. formerly Captain Rifle Brigade. Born in London 1st November 1838. Died at Waltair, Vizagapatam 15th June 1873.

Martin - Captain John - 41st Bengal Native Infantry - Died 19th October 1838.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Martin, 41st Regt N.I. who was unfortunately drowned on board the ship 'Protector' in a gale off the Sandheads on the 19th of October 1838, aged 38 years. This tablet has been erected by a friend, who appreciated his many worthy and estimable qualities."

Massey - Captain J.G.A. - Royal Irish Regiment - died 25th July 1908.
Tablet in Christhurch, Rawalpindi -
"In affectionate memory of Captain J.G.A. Massey, The Royal Irish Regiment, of Kingswell, County Tipperary, who died at Srinagar on the 25th day of July 1908. Erected by his brother officers."

Mather - Major Oswald Mather - 2/9th Jat Regiment - died 7th September 1935.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Major Oswald Mather late 2/9th Jat Regiment, Indian Army. Son of Arthur and Ethel Mather. Born October 17th 1888. Died September 7th 1935."

Matheson - Lieutenant-General Thomas - 23rd Foot - died 14th February 1873.
Grave at Lairg Cemetery, Sutherland, Scotland -
"Capt. Donald Matheson, Shiness, died 4 Feb 1810, age 64 Lt. Gen. Thomas Matheson, 3rd son of Donald M., Esq., Shinness, born Shiness, 28 Aug 1788, died Achany, 14 Feb 1873; entered army 1815, 2nd Lt. 23rd Foot (Royal Welsh Fusiliers), Lt. Col. 1843, MP for Ashburton 1847-52; brother Sir James Matheson."

Mathison - Lieutenant John Augustus - 77th Foot - died 5th November 1868.
Joined the Royal Navy in 1796 and
was appointed Clerk in 1805. Served on HMS Temeraire at Trafalgar in 1805 (did not receiev/claim his NGS medal?). He resigned in 1806. Commissioned in 1811 to 77th Foot. Also served with the 17th Portuguese and British 32nd Foot. (MGS 7 bars). Captain and Lt.-Colonel Canadian Militia.
Grave at St. James' (Anglican) Church cemetery, Hudson, Quebec, Canada -
"Sacred to the memory of John Augustus Mathison Lieut. of H.M. 77 Foot and Captn. of the 17 Portugese Grenadiers Born in London, England Dec. 25th, 1781 Died in Hudson, Canada Nov. 5th 1868 aged 87 years and of his wife Harriet Vanderburgh Died 9th May 1888 aged 80."

Maule - Lieutenant-Colonel Lauderdale - 79th Foot - died 1st August 1854. .
Born at Brechin Castle 25th March 1807. Son of William, Baron Panmure. Deputy-Lieutenant of Forfarshire 1850. M.P. for Forfarshire July 1852 to August 1854. Surveyor-General of Ordnance January 1853. Served in the Crimea, died of cholera at Constantinople.
Memorial at Panbride Church, Scotland -
"Sacred to the Memeory of The Honourable Lauderdale Maule, second son of William Lord Panmure, Member of Parliament for the county of Forfar. Surveyor general of the ordnance, Colonel in Her Majesty's service, and for some years in command of Her My's. 79th. regiment The Cameron Highlanders. This monument is erected in testimony of the devoted affection and friendship of Anatole Demidoff."

Maunsell - Assistant-Surgeon Robert Frederick - 104th Fusiliers -
died 8th November 1869.
Memorial at Parade Ground cemetery, Cherat -
"Sacred to the memory of R.F. Maunsell staff asst. surgeon attached to 104th Fusiliers died 8th November 1869. R.I.P. removed to Ireland 26th Oct. 1870."

Maxwell - General Henry Hamilton - Bengal Artillery - died 28th May 1892.
Served Maharajpore 1843 (star) and Sutlej Campaign (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Henry Hamilton Maxwell General Royal Artillery (Bengal) B. 3 March 1824 D. Rome 28 May 1892."

Maxwell - Lieutenant Robert - 11th Light Dragoons - died 27th August 1825.
Served at Bhurtpore.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Maxwell, Esq. Lieutenant H.M. 11th Light Dragoons, who died on 27th August 1825, aged 27 years and 10 months."

Maxwell - Lieutenant Stuart John Mild Max - Royal Horse Artillery - died 23rd January 1860.
Born October 1835. Served Crimea (medal and 4 bars, Legion of Honor), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt Stuart John Mild Max Maxwell of E troop Royal Horse Artillery who died at Umballa on the 23rd January 1860 aged 24 years 3 months. Beloved by all who knew him."

Maynard - Colonel Francis Newland Martin - Bengal Staff Corps - died 16th October 1890.
Born 21st February 1837. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Married Blanche Kavanagh at Lucknow, 31st December 1869.
Grave at Srinagar -
"In loving memory of Francis N.M. Maynard late Colonel in H.M's Bengal Staff Corps Died 16th October 1890."

Mayne - Captain C.F.H. - 61st Foot - died 22nd April 1846.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain C.F.H. Mayne HM 61st Regt who departed this life 22nd April 1846 aged 35 years and 6 months. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."

Mayne - Assistant-Surgeon Edgar William -37th Bengal Native Infantry - died 2nd August 1851.
Grave at Jhelum -
"Sacred to the memory of Edgar William Mayne Esqr late an asst surgeon in the 37th Regt N.I. who died at Jhelum on the 2nd August 1851 aged 29 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."

McCarthy - Captain William - The City of Cork Regiment - died 15th July 1835.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Erected to the memory of Captain Michael McCarthy late of The City of Cork Regiment who departed this life the 15th day of July 1835 aged 70 years. Also his wife Jane who departed this life 31st March 1856."

McCartney - Ensign Arthur - 24th Light Dragoons - died 3rd October 1846.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Ensign Arthur McCartney HM 24th Light Dragoons died 3rd October 1846 aged 29 years."

McCausland - Major Frank Milburn - Royal Scots - died 13th January 1933.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Frank Milburn McCausland. Major 2nd Battalion The Royal Scots (The Royal Regiment). Died at Sibi 13 Jan 1933."

McCreery - Surgeon Henry - 9th Foot - died 28th September 1838.
Grave at Hazareebaug -
"Henry McCreery, Esq. M.D. Surgeon in H.M. 9th Regiment of Infantry, died 28th Sept. 1838, aged 53 years."

McDonnell - Lieutenant Reginald - Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment - 20th December 1851.
St. Vincent de Paul's Church, Niagara, Canada -
"To the memory of Lieut. Adjt. Reginald McDonnell, Royal Canadian Rifle Regt., who died at Niagara, C. W., on the 20th Dec. 1851, aged 39 years."

McDougall - Major John - 2/6th Native Infantry - died 2nd March 1813.
Grave at Chitradurga, Mysore -
"Sacred to the memory of Major John McDougall, 2nd Batn. 6th Regt. N.I. Died 2nd March 1813. Aged 37 years."

McIntosh - Surgeon Robert - Bengal Army - died 31st October 1847.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Robert McIntosh, Surgeon Bengal Establishment, who departed this life at Delhie, on the 31st October 1847, aged 47 years 10 months and 8 days."

McKinnon - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Kenneth - Bengal Staff Corps - died 8th March 1887.
Son of Surgeon Kenneth McKinnon (Bengal Medical Service). Born at Muzaffarpur, Tirhut, 15th December 1840. Served Mutiny 1858 (medal), Umbeyla 1863 (medal and bar). Married Anna Broadfoot at Gurdaspur, 14th November 1867.
Grave at Bannu -
"In memory of Lieut-Col. Charles Kenneth McKinnon Bengal Staff Corps 8th March 1887."

Mclean - Lieutenant Lauchlan Alexander - 67th Bengal Native Infantry - died 23rd December 1846.
Married Eliza Quinan at Benares, 29th September 1842.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lachlan Alexander Maclean. Late a Lieut. in the 67th regt. N.I. who departed this life on the 23rd of December 1846, aged 25 years 2 months and 28 days. This monument is raised as a slight tribute to a kind, good, & affectionate husband by his sorrowing widow."

McMahon - Lieutenant Arthur Henry Townshend - 9th Bengal Native Infantry - died 3rd January 1844.
Son of Captain Alexander McMahon (67th N.I.). Born at Agra, 5th November 1819.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Sacred to the memory of L.A.H.T. M.Mahon 9 Reg N.I. who departed this life at Maddejedoo on the 3rd January 1844 in the 25th year of his age. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a token of their friendship esteem and regard."

McMaster - Brigadier-General Andrew Cooke - Madras Army - died 22nd June 1879.
Served Mutiny 1858 (medal).
Grave at Multan -
"In memory of Brigadier General A. C. McMaster Madras Army who died when in command of the Madras Brigade at Mooltan on June 22nd 1879. this stone is erected by his friends and brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."

McMorine - Captain Charles - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 20th February 1843.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt Charles McMorine, 2nd Troop 3rd Brigade Horse Artillery who departed this life on the 20th February 1843, Aged 41 years, 7 months and 6 days. This monument is erected by his affectionate wife."

McMullin - Major Charles Noble - Bengal Staff Corps - Died 24th March 1871.
Son of Captain Robert McMullin (44th N.I.). Born in Mauritius, 1832.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Noble McMullin Major Bengal Staff Corps who departed this life at Bussee near Umballa at the age of 39."

McNaghten - Captain R.A. - 61st Bengal Native Infantry - Died 18th May 1845.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain R.A. McNaghten late of the 61st Regiment Bengal Native Infantry who departed this life 18th May 1845, aged 49 years. this tablet is erected by the officers of the Regiment as a slight tribute to departed worth."

Mc'Nair - Captain George Augustus - 38th Foot - died 24th July 1862. Served China 1860 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory George Augustus Mc'Nair Captain in H.Ms 38th Regiment and Offg Commandant 20th Regt Punjabees who died at Peshawur on the 24th July 1862 aged 32 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers & by the Native Officers, Non Commissioned officers, and men of the 20th Punjabees."

McNeale - Colonel James Agnew - 8th Bengal Lancers - died 13th August 1901.
Son of John McNeale, of Rush Park, Co. Antrim. Born in Belfast, 27th December 1843. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal).
Grave at Gulmarg -
"In loving memory of Col. James Agnew McNeale Genl. list Infantry. Late of the 8th Bengal Lancers who died at Gulmarg August 13th 1901 Aged 57 years."

McPherson - Ensign Alexander Grant - 18th Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th April 1852.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal).
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Ensign Alexander Grant McPherson. 18th Regt Bengal N.I. obit Ferozepore 29th April 1852."

McPherson - Lieutenant-General Duncan - HEICS - died 24th November 1853.
Grave at St Peter's church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham - "Lt. Genl. Duncan McPherson, HEICS. Died Novr 24th 1853 aged 75 years. Also Alexandrina his wife died 15th Novr 1870 aged 72 years."

Mcready - Major Edward Nevil - 30th Foot - died 4th November 1848.
Grave at St Peter's, Leckhampton, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Edward Nevil Macready, Major Unattached, late 30th Regt. who died suddenly at Clevedon, Somerset, on the 4th day of Novr 1848, aged 50 years. Also of Martha Sara his widow died Aug 7 1887 aged 82."

Mecham - Captain Clifford Henry - Madras Staff Corps - died 12th September 1865.
Born in Loughborough, 24th November 1831. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and 2 bars, wounded).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Here rests in hope the body of Clifford Henry Meacham Captain Madras Staff Corps who died at Kalka Septr 12th 1865 aged 33 years. his short life was devoted to the earnest performance of his duty, and his memory lives in the record of the gallant defence of Lucknow, and the memorable events of that period. his end was peace. This stone is erected in affectionate remembrance by the officers of the 10th Bengal Cavalry."
Family tomb in Jersey - "Clifford Henry Madras Staff Corps born Nov 24 1831 died at Kulka India Feb 22 1865."
Brother of Captain Richard Mecham (below).

Mecham - Captain Richard - Bengal Horse Artillery - Murdered 5th November 1859.
Born in Loughborough, 12th July 1826. Served Punjab 1848(medal and 2 bars). While being carried, very ill, from Bannu to Kohat he was murdered by a gang of Darwesh Khel Waziris, near Latamar; 5th November 1859. One of the murderers was captured and hanged. Brother of Captain Clifford Henry Mecham (see above).
Grave at Bannu cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Richard Meacham Bengal Artillery who was murdered by Wuzeeree robbers near Latuma on the night of the 5th November 1859. aged 34 years. this tomb was erected by his brother officers as a token of esteem."
A monument was placed near Latamar - "Near this spot was murdered on the night of the 5th November 1859 by Wairee robbers Richard Meacham Captain Bengal Artillery being cowardly deserted by his police escort. This tribute is erected by his brother Clifford Henry Meacham Captain Madras Army on visiting the spot November 1869."
Family tomb in Jersey - "Richard Capt Bengal H.A born July 12 1826 killed by marauders near Latama Punjab in India Nov 5 1859. Clifford Henry Madras Staff Corps born Nov 24 1831 died at Kulka India Feb 22 1865."

Medley - Lieutenant-General Julius George - Royal Engineers - died 12th August 1884.
Born 19th July 1829. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and 2 bars). Married Adelaide Steel at Simla, 9th August 1858. Died on board S.S. Ravenna, at Port Said.
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt General Julius George Medley Royal Engineers who died at sea when returning to England August 12th 1884. Aged 55 years 24 days. Erected by his sorrowing widow."

Meddlicott - Major G. - 67th Foot - died 18th March 1814.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Major G. Meddlicott HM 67th Regt died 18th March 1814 aged 39 years."

Mee - Ensign John Edmund - 38th Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th June 1839.
Born 1809, son of Joseph Mee, of London.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"In memory of Ensign John E. Mee 38th regiment N.I. who died at Delhi on the 10th of June 1839 in his 30th year. this tomb is erected by his brother officers."

Mellor - Lieutenant-Colonel James - Madras Army - died 31st December 1869.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel James Mellor, late of the Madras Army, who died December 31st 1869, Aged 70 years."

Melville - Captain Robert - 68th Foot - died 1845.
Grave at St. Mark's Cemetery, Niagara, Canada -
"Robert Melville, Capt. H.M. 68th Regt., died 1845."

Merritt - Major Thomas - Queen's Rangers - died 12th May 1842.
St. George's Church, St. Catharines, Canada -
"In memory of Thomas Merritt, Esq., Cornet of the Queen's Rangers under Col. Simcoe during the American Revolution, and Major commanding the cavalry on this frontier in the war of 1812. Appointed Surveyor of Woods and Forests on 20th May, 1800, and Sheriff of the Niagara District, 5th October, 1803. Departed this life 12th May, 1842, aged 83."

Meyrick - Lieutenant James - 1/22nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 19th September 1808.
Born at Hungerford, Berkshire, 1782. Name spelled wrongly on grave stone.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant James Merryck 1st Battalion 22nd Regiment Native Infantry who departed this life on the 19th September 1808 in the 27th year of his age."

Methven - Captain Cathcart - 20th Bengal Native Infantry - died 26th November 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Cathcart Methven, Captain in the 20th B.N.I. who departed this life 26th November 1823."

Michell - Captain Francis - 41st Foot - died 27th October 1866.
Ensign 1855. Lieut. 1857.
Memorial at St. Lawrence's church, Hungerford, Berkshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. Francis Michell of Her Majesty's 41st Foot, youngest son of the late Revd. T.P. Michell of Standen Hussey Hungerford, who died at Southampton on the 27th of Octb. 1866 in his 29th year of consumption on his return from India. He is buried in the cemetery at Southampton."

Middleton - Major William Gustavus Alexander - 93rd Foot - died 21st October 1862.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel William Middleton (42nd Highlanders, served Peninsula). Born at Gibraltar in 1828. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and 2 bars).
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."

Milburn - Lieutenant Reginald - 1/10th Native Infantry - died 23rd November 1805.
Grave at Chitradurga, Mysore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. Regd. Milburn, 1st Batn. 10th Regt. N.I., who departed this life Novr. 23rd 1805, aged 27. This stone was placed by his brother officers as a sincere mark of their esteem for his many amiable qualities."

Miles - Colonel Charles Napier, CB, MVO - 1st Life Guards - died 25th May 1918.
Born 9 April 1854, son of Colonel C.W. Miles of Burtonhill, Malmesbury. Lieut. 1875. Lt-Col. 1895. Colonel 1902. Served Egypt 1882 (medal & clasp, Khedive's star) and South Africa 1900 (MID, CB, medal & 3 clasps). MVO 1901. Retired 1906.
Memorial at Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire -
"In loving memory of Charles Napier Miles CB MVO Colonel 1st Life Guards who died May 25th 1918 in his 64th year. He served in the Egyptian Campaign 1882 and commanded the Composite Regiment of Household Cavalry in the South African War 1900. This lasting tribute of love was placed by his wife."

Millar - Colonel Francis Jeffrey - Madras Staff Corps - died 11th September 1881.
Married Mary Rae at Calcutta, 22nd September 1854.
Grave in Gujranwala -
"Colonel Francis Jeffrey Millar M.S.C. Died 11th September 1881, aged 50 years."

Miller -Lieutenant Alan Stewart - Royal Artillery - died 9th August 1895.
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi -
"In memory of Alan Stewart Miller. Lieutenant Royal Artillery (No.8 Mountain Battery) Born at Richmond, Yorkshire 4 Mar. 1869. Died at Cherat 9 Aug. 1895 from sickness contracted in the Chitral campaign of that year. Erected by his mother."

Miller - Captain William Uvedale - 38th Foot - died 15th October 1868.
Memorial at St. Marys Church, Froyle, Hampshire -
"In memory of Willam Uvedale Miller, Captain in Her Majesty's 38th Regiment of Foot, fifth son of the Revd Sir Thomas Combe Miller, Baronet, of Froyle, Hants. Born August 5th 1835, died October 15th 1868."

Miller - Captain James Boyd - 15th Hussars - died 12th April 1866.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"To the memory of James Boyd Miller late Captain 15th King's Hussars who died at Rome April 12th 1866 aet 43."

Millett - Major-General Montague - Bengal Army - died 27th February 1901.
Son of Charles Millett (HEICS). Born at Droxford, Hants. 4th December 1849. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Montague Millett third son of the late Charles Millett H.E.I.C.S. Major General Bengal Infantry Born 4 December 1839 Died 27 February 1901. He served throughout the Indian Mutiny Present at several engagements and the capture of Lucknow."

Mills - Major Arthur Samuel - 58th Bengal Native Infantry - died 3rd September 1858.
Born at Harrow, Middlesex, 1816. Served Punniar 1843 (star). Married Charlotte Burkinyoung at Mirzapur, 7th June 1843.
Grave at Murree -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Arthur Samuel Mills of the 58th Regt of Native Infantry who died at Murree on the 3rd Septr 1858 aged 42 years. This tomb is erected by the Native Commissioned Non Commissioned Officers, Privates, and Establishments of the Regiment, as a mark of their respect and esteem for the deceased."

Milward-Jones - Lieutenant Rintoul Archer - 4th Dragoon Guards - died 5th October 1897.
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."

Minchin - Lieutenant William H. - 38th Foot - died 28th June 1827.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Lieut William H Minchin HM's 38th Regiment deceased 28th June 1827 aged 30 years and 6 months."

Mitchell - Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Charles Bullen Hugh, G.C.M.G. - Royal Marine Light Infantry - died 7th December 1899.
Memorial in St. Andrew's Cathedral, Singapore -
"To the glory of God and in memory of His Excellency Lieutenant Colonel Sir Charles Bullen Hugh Mitchell Royal Marine Light Infantry, G.C.M.G. Governor of the Colony who died in Singapore on the 7th December 1899. This tablet is erected by the members of the Civil Service of the Straits Settlements."

Mitchell - Captain Robert - 6th Madras Native Infantry - died 9th February 1838.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Robert Mitchell late of the 6th Regiment N.Infantry who departed this life on the 9th February 1838 aged 37 years."

Mitchell - Major William Somerville - 22nd Madras Native Infantry - died 22nd February 1865.
Born in Armagh, 15th April 1827. Son of Major William Mitchell (22nd M.N.I.)
Grave at Penang -
"Sacred to the memory of Major William Somerville Mitchell 22nd Regiment. Aged 38."

Mockler - Paymaster John - 70th Foot - died 27th June 1854.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Sacred to the memory of John Mockler Eqsr Paymaster of H.M. 70th or Surrey Regt who died at Ferozepore 27th June 1854 aged 46 years & 4 months. This tomb was erected by his brother officers."

Moffat - Surgeon David - 3rd Ceylon Regiment - died 16th July 1844.
Grave at Marown, Isle of Man -
"Sacred to the memory of David Moffat, Surgeon of the late 3rd Ceylon Regt. Born at Dalkeith, near Edinburgh, on the1st of June 1787, died at Eyreton in this parish on the 16th of July 1844, aged 63 years."

Moir - Colonel George, C.B. - Royal Horse Artillery - died 5th February 1870.
Born 13th March 1820. Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal and 2 bars, C.B). Married Maria Bean at Dum-Dum, 28th July 1858.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"IHS In loving memory of George Moir C.B. Colonel Royal Horse Artillery died at Umballa 5th February 1870 in his 50th year."

Molesworth - Lieutenant George Nassau - Royal Irish Fusiliers - died 28th July 1886.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of George Nassau Molesworth, Lieutenant, 1st battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, fourth son of Major-General H.J. Molesworth, RA who died at Cherat of enteric fever 28th July 1886. Aged 20 years."

Möller - Lieutenant Frederick - 98th Foot - died 20th September 1850.
Son of Charles Möller (ex-Lieutenant 18th Hussars, of Danish descent). Born 25th December 1825.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut F. Moller H.M. 98th Regt who died at Peshawur 20th Sept 1850. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a token of regard."

Molloy - Colonel Edward, C.B. - 5th Goorkha Rifles - died 1st February 1905.
Son of Robert Malloy (attorney in Calcutta). Born in Calcutta, 15th June 1842. Served Bhutan 1865 (medal and bar), Hazara 1868 (bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and bar, star), Hazara 1891 (bar), C.B. 1899. Died of pneumonia at Lugano, Switzerland. Married Mary Townsend at Lahore, 25th April 1881.
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Abbottabad -
"To the memory of Colonel Edward Malloy, C.B. who died at Lugano on the 1st February 1905 aged 62. He served with distinction in the 5th Goorkha Rifles for twenty-five years, raised the 2nd Battalion in 1886 and commanded it for seven years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers in affectionate remembrance."

Money - Lieutenant-Colonel Erule Edmund - 9th Bengal Lancers - died 20th December 1894.
Born in Ode, Norfolk, 23rd January 1849. Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal), Hazara 1888 (medal and bar). Married Alice Drummond at Simla, 21st October 1876. Killed by a dafadar of his regiment (who also killed a risaldar and wounded a native officer), who was tried and hanged for murder.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel E.E. Money, Commandant 9th Bengal Lancers, who died at Camp Muridiki on 20th December 1894. Erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"In memory of Lieutenant Colonel Erule Edmund Money commandant 9th Bengal Lancers who died at Muridki 20th December 1894 aged 45 years. This tablet is erected by his friends to mark the loss sustained by the army and themselves."

Monsell - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Graham - 3rd Foot - died 29th April 1896.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In memory of Charles Graham Monsell. 2nd Lieutenant 1st Battalion The Buffs. Died Peshawar 29th April 1896."

Montgomerie - Captain Hugh - 57th Foot - died 29th January 1820.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Hugh Montgomerie of his Majesty's 57th Regiment who after a period of 21 years service, died at Clonmel on the 29th of January 1820 in the 43rd year of his age, universally esteemed and sincerely lamented by his brother officers."

Montgomerie - Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick - Royal Engineers - died 8th January 1886.
Grave at Waltair -
"Sacred to the memory of Patrick Montgomerie Lt.Col. Royal Engineers who died at Waltair January 8th 1886. Aged 48."

Montgomery - Lieutenant James - Madras Artillery - died 4th June 1852.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"Sacred to the Memory of Hugh Montgomery, Major in the Madras Artillery and for many years Superintendent of a Division in Mysore; who, after having greatly exerted and distinguished himself at the capture of Rangoon, on the 12th and 14th April 1852, died at Calcutta on the 4th day of June 1852, Age 43. This Tablet is erected by his brother Officers in the Mysore Commission."

Montgomery - Lieutenant James - Bengal Army - died 18th April 1843.
Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal, wounded twice).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt James Montgomery who died at Simla April 18th 1843 aetat 25. Erected by his brother officers as a token of their sincere esteem & regard."

Montgomery - Lieutenant John - 53rd Foot - died 8th February 1815.
Grave at Meerut -
"Lieutenant John Montgomery HM 53rd (Shropshire) Regiment of Foot. Died 8 February 1815 Aged 47 years. Memorial erected by members of Lodge No. 248."

Montgomery - Captain John Myers - 49th Foot - died 14th December 1849.
Memorial at St. Paul's church, Penzance -
"Sacred to the memory of John Myers Montgomery, Esq. Captain 49th Regiment, who died at Templemore 14th December 1849, aged 44 years. He served with the 49th Regiment twenty years, and was severely wounded in action at Segoan in China. This tablet was erected by his brother officers in testimony of their sincere regard."

Moore - Lieutenant James - 29th Foot - died 30th December 1843.
Grave at Monghyr -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. James Moore, H.M.'s 29th Regt. of Foot, departed this life 30th December 1843, aged 38 years, leaving a widow and three orphan children to deplore his irreparable loss. This monument is erected by his disconsolate widow."

Moore - Major James - Bengal Army - died 26th January 1785.
Grave at Ghuhutty, near Pultah -
"To the memory of Major James Moore, who so gallantly distinguished himself during the late war, he died the 26th of January 1785, aged 34 years."

Moorsom - Major-General Charles J. - 30th Foot - died 1908.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"In memory of Major General Charles J. Moorsom, late XXX Regiment, who commanded the Rawalpindi Division 1895-1899 and who died at Pretoria, South Africa 1908."

Morant - Lieutenant James Lushington - 3rd Punjab Cavalry - died 1st February 1902.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of James Lushington Morant, Lieutenant 3rd Punjab Cavalry, only son of the late Lieutenant Colonel Morant, RE, who died 1st February 1902. Aged 24."

Morgan - Chaplain Aaron Augustus - Army Works Corps - died 17th October 1888.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Sacred To the memory of the Revd. Aaron Augustus Morgan M.A. formerly Rector of Bradley Lincoln then Chaplain to the Army Works Corps in the Crimea then Vicar of St. JohnS Brighton and latterly Rector of Great Casterton Rutlands Born in London on 6th March 1822 died at Tivoli on 17th October 1888."

Morland - Captain George William - 6th Foot - died 23rd September 1874.
Memorial at St. Helen's, Abingdon, Oxfordshire -
"In memory of George William Morland Captain 6th Regiment 2nd son of George Bowes Morland of Abingdon. Born 8th August 1839 Died at Amritzar East India 23rd September 1874."

Morphy - Major Martin - 40th Foot - died 18th September 1880.
Memorial at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"To the glory of God and in memory of Martin Morphy Major XL Regiment who was killed by the Great Landslip at Pani Tal East Indies on 18th September 1880. The tiling of this wall has been dedicated by his brother officers in token of their love & esteem."

Morrell - Ensign T. - 15th Madras Native Infantry - died 26th May 1831.
Grave on the Shimoga-Sagar Road, Shimoga -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign T. Morrell, 15th Regiment N.I., who died in camp at Anantapore on 26th May, 1831, aged 21 years. Erected by his brother officers as a mark of esteem."

Morris - Lieutenant Augustus Burke - 20th Bengal Native Infantry - died 20th September 1849.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Lawrence Burke Morris (Bengal Infantry). Born at Cawnpore, 29th July 1811. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Grave at Srinagar -
"To the memory of Lt & Brevet Capt. Augustus Burke Morris 20th Regiment N.I. & Major at Rawalpindi, who died at Kashmir on the 20th September 1849 - Aged 38 years. This tablet was erected as a mark of esteem by his brother officers."

Morris - Assistant-Surgeon William Gardiner - Sirmoor Battalion - died 13th January 1858.
Born in Philadelphia, USA, 1826.
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Here lie the mortal remains of Asst Surgeon W.G. Morris M.D. who departed this life at Delhi on the 13th day of January 1858. This tablet is erected by the officers of the Sirmoor Battalion, with which corps he served a period of seven years including the memorable siege of Delhi in 1857."

Morris - Lieutenant-Colonel William, C.B. - 17th Lancers - died 11th July 1858.
Son of William Cholmeley Morris and Jane Mallet, born at Fishleigh, Hatherleigh, Devon, 18th December 1820. Served (with 16th Lancers) at Maharajpore (star), Aliwal (wounded) and Sobroan (medal) and Crimea (17th Lancers, medal). Husband of Amelia Taylor (daughter of Major-General Taylor C.B. of Ogwell, Devon, late 10th Hussars (served Waterloo) and Lieutenant-Governor of the Royal Military College.
Memorial at Poona church -
"Sacred to the memory of William Morris of Fishleigh, Devon, Brevet Lieut.-Colonel and Major Her Majesty's 17th Lancers Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath Knight of the Legion of Honour And Companion of the Third Class of the Imperial Order of the Medjidie, Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General Of Her Majesty's Forces, Bombay, Who departed this life 11th July 1858, at Poona. This tablet is erected by his Brother Officers as a mark of esteem for his character as a friend and a distinguished soldier. Maharajpore  Sobraon Budiwal Balaklava Aliwal Sebastopol."

Mortimer - Lieutenant-Colonel William Picton - 11th Foot - died 22nd December 1916.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Lieutt-Colonel William Picton Mortimer, late of 11th Regt. who died 22 December 1916. Aged 83. Youngest son of the late Edward Horlock Mortimer, of Bellefield House, Trowbridge, Wilts."

Morton - Lieutenant-General Sir Gerald De Courcy - died 20th April 1906.
Grave at The Military Cemetery, Curragh, Ireland -
"In memory of Lieutenant-General Sir Gerald De Courcy Morton KCIE CVO CB. Born February 7th 1845. Died at the Curragh April 20th 1906 while commanding the 7th Division. This memorial is erected by comrades at home and abroad with whom he served in his long and distinguished career of 45 years to mark their affectionate rememberance of a noble character and a simple gentleman."

Morton - Colonel Henry - 40th Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th September 1913.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In affectionate remembrance of Henry Morton. late Colonel Bengal Staff Corps and Commandant 40th Bengal Native Infantry. Died 14th September 1913 aged 78 years."

Morton - Captain Samuel James - 6th Caribineers - died 22nd October 1860.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Samuel James Morton, late Captain 6th Caribineers, who departed this life October 22nd 1860, aged 38."

Moseley - Captain Robert John Dennys - 15th Ludhiana Sikhs - died 22nd May 1897.
Grave at Cantonment Cemetery, Rangoon -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Robert John Dennys Moseley 15th The Ludhiana Sikh Regiment of Bengal Infantry and Adjutant of the Rangoon Battalion, Burma Military Police, who died at Rangoon 22nd May 1897. 33 years old. This monument was erected by his brother officers and the native officers and men of the Rangoon Battalion, B.M.P."

Mouat - Colonel Sir James - Bengal Engineers - died 9th May 1829.
Grave at Calcutta -
"To the memory of Colonel Sir James Mouat, Bart. Bengal Engineers, who departed this life at sea on Board the H.C. Ship 'Prince Regent' the 9th May 1829, aged about 63 years. Sir James Mouat served as a soldier in India 46 years, acted as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Robert Abercromby, in 1794, at the battle of Rohillas, and in 1804 was elected Professor of Hindostanee in the College of Fort William. This tablet has been placed as a tribute of regard, esteem and affection, to lamented parent, by Dr. Mouat, M.D. Surgeon H.M. 13th Dragoons."

Moubray - Lieutenant Alexander Robert - 24th Foot - died 16th February 1850.
Born January 1825. Served Punjab (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Saroke Cemetery, near Wazirabad -
"To the memory of Lieut A. Moubray H.M. 24th Regt. died 16th Feby 1850 aged 25 years 1 month."

Mountain -Colonel Armine Simcoe Henry, C.B. - died 8th February 1854.
Son of Rev. Jacob Mountain (Bishop of Quebec), descendent of a Hugenot family. Born in Quebec, 4th February 1797. Served China 1842 (medal, C.B., wounded), 1846 A.D.C. to the Queen, Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Charlotte Dundas in 1845 (his sesond marriage). Tablet in Christ Church, Simla -
"In remembrance of Colonel Armine Simcoe Henry Mountain C.B. Adjutant General of Her Majesty's Forces in India who died in the Commander in Chief's Camp at Futtyghur February 8th 1854, aged 57 years. He was distinguished by literary ability, military talent, wisdom and discretion, and admirable for devoted affection, gentleness and humility, while his chief aim was to be a faithful servant to Jesus Christ. How nobly he served his Queen and Country, how well he loved his brother soldiers of all ranks, the British army can attest. This tablet is placed here by her who is honoured by having been his wife for nine years."

Mowat - Lieutenant George Squire - 12th Madras Native Infantry - died 28th April 1827.
Grave at Vizianagram -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Geo. Squire Mowat of the 12th Regiment N.I. who died on the 28th April 1827 aged 21 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem."

Mullaly - Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander, D.S.O. - Indian Army - died 14th January 1912.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the honoured and beloved memory of Alexander Mullaly. D.S.O. Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Indian Army who entered into rest at Peshawar Sunday 14th January 1912. Aged 45 years."

Munro - Captain George - 1/13th Native Infantry - died 7th May 1803.
Grave at Chitradurga Cemetery, Mysore -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt. Lieut. Geo. Munro, of the 1st Bt. 13th Regt. N.I., who departed this life the 7th May 1803, aged 21 years. This tomb was erected by his brother officers as a sincere token of their esteem for his many benign and social virtues."

Mure - Captain George - 53rd Foot - died 23rd January 1797.
Grave at Banff Cemetery, Scotland -
"Captain George Mure of the 53rd Regiment of Foot died at Banff the 23rd day of January, 1797, aged 46 years."

Murray - Lieutenant Archibald Ross - Bengal Staff Corps -
died 18th July 1879.
Son of General Sir John Irvine Murray, K.C.B. (Bengal Staff Corps). Born at Gwalior, 5th March 1855. Served in Afghanistan 1878.
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"To the memory of Lieut. A.R. Murray B.S.C. who after distinguishing himself in the Afghan war of 1878-79 survived only to die of cholera at Trete on the 18th July 1879 aged 24 years. This stone is erected in affectionate remembrance of him by his brother officers of H.M's 9th and 13th Bengal Lancers in both of which regiments he had served."

Murray - Major George - 8th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 12th September 1856.
Son of John Murray. Born in Scotland, 1808. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Harriette Goodenough, 1834.
Grave at Lahore -
"Beneath rest the remains of Major George Murray who died on the 12th September 1856 aged 48 also of his wife Harriett Murray who died on the 6th September 1856 aged 50 years. This monument has been erected as a tribute of esteem & respect by his brother officers of the late 8th Bengal Light Cavalry."

Murray - Brigadier George Home, C.B. - 16th Lancers - died 15th December 1833.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"This monument is erected by the officers of H.M. 16th Lancers as a token of respect and regard to the memory of Brigadier George Home Murray, C.B. Lieut-Col. of H.M. 16th Lancers, in which corps he served with utmost gallantry and distinction for a period of nearly _ years. Died in command of the Cawnpore station, the 15th Dec. 1833, aged 59 years."

Murray - Lieutenant Horace - 30th Madras Native Infantry - died 6th May 1852.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Horace Murray of the 30th Regt. N.I. who departed this life at Waltair on the 6th day of May 1852 aged 27 years."

Murray - Captain William - 2nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 28th June 1831.
Son of Sir William Murray, of Perth. Served Nepal 1815.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain William Murray 2nd Native Infantry Political Agent at Umballa. He was 3rd son of Sir Wm Murray, Baronet, of Ochtertyre in Scotland. Highly distinguished in the Goorkha War. By his talents and conduct he gained and to the last retain'd the confidence of Government. A brave soldier, a warm friend, a good man. He died universally regretted at the age of 40. 28th June 1831."

Muscroft - Captain James - 1st Gurkha Rifles - died 4th April 1905.
Served in Tochi 1897 (medal and bar).
Grave at Dharmsala -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain James Muscroft 1st Gurkha Rifles Born 26th Novr 1870 killed by the earthquake at Dharmsala 4th April 1905 aged 34 years. Erected by his brother officers to a brave soldier and a gallant gentleman."

Musgrave - Colonel Walter - 5th Bengal Cavalry - died 21st September 1883.
Born in Exeter, Devon, 8th January 1830. Served Kaffir War 1851 (medal), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"IHS. In loving memory of Walter Musgrave Colonel 5th B.C. who died at Simla Sept. 21st 1883."

Myers - Lieutenant William James Kempt - 2nd Bn. Rifle Brigade - died 7th June 1860.
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"I.H.S. In memory of William J.K. Myers Lieut 2nd Battn Rifle Brigade killed by a fall in the Snowy Range June 7th 1860 aged 20 years 11 months. 'I believe'. Erected by his brother officers."

Mylne - Major Charles David - Bombay Army - died 25th September 1860.
Grave at St Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memory of Major Charles David Mylne of H.M. Bombay Army who died at Cheltenham Septr 25th 1860."

Mylne - Captain James - 11th Light Dragoons - died 6th October 1836.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Capt James Mylne H.M.'s 11th Lt Dragoons who died at Landour on the 6th Ocotber 1836."


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