OFFICERS DIED S
Captain C.J. - 24th Foot - died 15th August 1910.
Grave at Quetta - "In memory of Captain C.J. Safford, 24th Regiment, South Wales Borderers who died Quetta 15 Aug 1910. Aged 39 yrs. Erected by his brother officers of the 1st Battalion in which he served for 18 years."
Lieutenant Henry Penny - 13th Bengal
Infantry - died 30th April
Son of Major-General Sir Robert Henry Sale, GCB (killed at Mudki 1845). Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Subathu - "Sacred to the memory of Henry Penny Sale. Lieutt 13th Regt N.I. Adjt Nusseree Battn who died on the 30th April 1851 aged 24 years. Deeply regretted by his family and friends. This tablet was erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem."
Lieutenant Edward - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 29th
Born 22nd January 1833.
Grave in Simla - "Sacred to the memory of Edward Salwey Lieut Bl H. Arty. Eldest son of the Revd Thos Salwey B.D. Vicar of Oswestry, Salop, who died at Simla, October 29th 1857, in the 25th year of his age, cut off by disease contracted through exposure and incessant fatigue at the siege of Delhi. He died trusting only in the merits of his Redeemer."
Samuells - Captain Alexander
Ingle - 32nd Punjab Pioneers - died 7th July 1880.
Grave at Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Alexander Ingle Samuells, Second in Command, 32 Punjab Pioneers, who died at Rawalpindi 7th July 1880. Aged 37 years."
Sandford - Ensign Daniel
Augustus - 2nd European Regiment - died 20th June 1849.
Son of John Sandford (Archdeacon of Coventry). Born 12th August 1829. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars, wounded). Writer of 'Leaves from the journal of a Subaltern during the campaign in the Punjab'.
Grave at Lahore - "Sacred to the memory of Ensign Daniel A. Sandford, Honble Co: 2nd European Regiment who departed this life on the 20th June 1849 aged 19 years and 10 months. This tomb was erected by his brother officers."
Sandys - Lieutenant-Colonel
William - 15th Native Infantry - died 21st August 1829
Born 1759, son of William and Mary Sandys, of Helston. Ensign 1779. Madras 1781. Served First Mahratta War 1782-4; Third Mysore War 1790-2. Died at Plymouth, aged 70.
Memorial in St. Keverne Church, Cornwall - "Sacred to the Memory of Lieut. Colonel Sandys late of the Honourable East India Company's Service on the Bengal Establishment, and one of his Majesty's Justice of the Peace for the County of Cornwall, who departed this life 21st of August, 1829 in his 70th year, and whose remains are interred in a vault at the west end of this Church. As a soldier he was conspicious for intrepidity, particularly in the Mysore War of 1792, under the command of Lord Cornwallis, and was rewarded with high offices on the Staff of that distinguished nobleman when Governor General and Commander in Chief in India. In 1802, on his return to England he settled on his paternal estate at Lanarth in this parish. His integrity, as a Magistrate, his unaffected piety, and extensive benevolence gained for him the esteem and regard of all around. His memory will be long affectionately revered and cherished."
Sanford - Lieutenant John
Frederick - 2/19th Bengal Native Infantry - died 16th May
Served Nepal 1815. Married Eliza Brietzcke at Berhampore, 18th October 1810.
Grave at Karnal - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant John Frederick Sanford of the 2 Battalion 19th Regiment Native Infantry who died on the 16th of May 1816 aged 27 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a memorial of their affectionate regard."
Lieutenant-General Frederick Harvey - Bengal Army - died 28th
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "Sacred to the memory of Frederick Harvey Sandys Lieutenant General Bengal Army. Died December 28th 1874. aged 83."
Captain Henry - 17th Foot - died 22nd October 1816.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy - "Here lieth the body of Henry Sapte Esquire of Southampton. Late a Captain in the Seventeenth British Regiment of Foot who died in this city on the Twenty Second day of October 1816 in the Forty Second year of his age. His afflicted widow who accompanied him To Rome caused this monument to be erected to his memory."
Lieutenant William - 44th Foot - died 6th June 1823.
Grave at Calcutta - "To the memory of Lieut. William Sargent, H.M. 44th Regt. who died 6th June 1823, aged 26."
Lieutenant-Colonel William Tauzia - Bengal Army - died 14th
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut-Colonel William Tauzia Savary of the Bengal Army, who departed this life April 14th 1855. Aged 51 years."
Schuster - Lieutenant-Colonel L. , DSO - King's Regiment - died 13th June 1966.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "Lieutenant Colonel L.R. Schuster, DSO. King's Regiment. Died 13 June 1966 aged 86."
Scobie - Major-General Donald
MacKay - Bombay Army - died 9th April 1878.
Grave at Balnakeil Cemetery, Durness, Sutherland, Scotland - "Major General Donald MacKay Scobie of the Bombay Army died at Keoldale 9 Apr 1878, age 73."
Scrivenor - Lieutenant
Francis - 63rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 11th September
Married Elizabeth Fast at Karnal, 27th April 1843.
Grave at Phillaur - "Sacred to the memory of Francis Scrivenor late Lieut in the 63rd regt N.I. who died at Phillour on the 11th September 1846 this monument has been erected by his brother officers."
Lieutenant George Michael - 2nd Bn. 9th Foot - died 12th
Born at Agra, July 1846. Taken ill during the Jowaki expedition 1877-8.
Grave at Attock - "Sacred to the memory of George Michael Seaton Lieut and Adjt 2nd Battalion 9th Regiment son of the late Major General Sir Thomas Seaton K.C.B. who died at Attock of typhoid fever on the 12th January 1878 aged 31 years and 6 months."
Captain R. - York & Lancaster Regiment - died 30th
Grave at Quetta - "In loving memory of Captain R. Selous. Yorks and Lancaster Regiment. Died 30 Nov 1908. Aged 34 yrs."
Selwey - Lieutenant
Edward - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 29th October 1857.
Memorial at St. Oswald's Church, Oswestry - "In memory of Lieutenant Edward Selwey Bengal Horse Artillery (Eldest son of the Revd. Thos. Selwey BD Vicar of this Parish) who died at Simla in the East Indies October 29th 1857 in the 25th year of his age. This highly talented and promising young officer was cut off by disease contracted through exposure and overwhelming fatigue at the siege of Delhi."
Semple - Ensign Charles - 55th
Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th January 1844.
Grave at Ambala - "Sacred to the memory of Ensign C. Semple 55th Regt Bengal N.I. drowned in the Sutledge 14th Jany 1844."
Senior - Captain F.S. -
35th Native Infantry - died 10th July 1844.
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore - "Sacred to the memory of Captain F.S. Senior, 35th Regt. N.I., who departed this life on the 10th July 1844, aged 41 years. Deeply regretted by his family and brother officers, by whom this monument is erected as a mark of their affection and esteem."
Captain James Robert Beza - Royal Engineers - died 1st August
Grave at Peshawar - "In loving memory of James Robert Beza Serjeant. Captain Royal Engineers. 1st Company Bengal Sappers and Miners. Third son of the late Revd. James S. Serjeant MA. Vicar of Acton, Suffolk. Born Corsham Vicarage, Wiltshire 14 Feb. 1863. Died Landikotal 1 Aug. 1898."
Captain Daniel - Butler's Rangers - died 26th March 1803.
Memorial at Anglican Church,Virgil, Canada - "In Memoriam Capt. Daniel Servos of Butler's Rangers, United Empire Loyalist, who died March 26th, 1803, aged 65."
Colonel John D. - Lincoln Militia - died 24th April 1847.
Memorial at Anglican Church,Virgil, Canada - "Col. John D. Servos, born in Niagara, 1784, was Captain, of the Lincoln Militia during the war of 1812-15. Commanded the Militia at Chippawa during the Rebellion of 1837-8, died April 24th, 1847."
Major William - 9th Foot - died 16th October 1857.
Memorial at St. Ouen's Church, Jersey - "Major William Seward served with the 9th Regiment in the Peninsula from August 1808 to January 1809 and was present at the Battle of Vimiera, on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 and subsequently in the Peninsula including the defence of Tarifa, Battles of Barossa (wounded), Vittoria and The Nive and blockade of Bayonne. He received the War Medal with four clasps and died at Don Place, St. Helier the 16th day of October 1857."
Sewell - Lieutenant Henry
Thomas - 49th Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th October 1856.
Son of Colonel Thomas Sewell (Bengal Infantry). Born at Calcutta, 6th November 1829.
Grave at Jhang - "To the memory of Lieut. H.T. Sewell, 49th B.N.I. who died at Jhang on the 8th October 1856 aged 27 years. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."
Lieutenant Thomas - 13th Foot - died 1st August 1836.
Tablet in St. James' Church, Karnal - "To the memory of Thomas Sewell Esqre Lieutenant H.M. 13th Light Infantry, who died at Landour on the 1st August 1836. aged 24 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."
General Sir William Henry - 79th Highlanders - died 13th
A godson and natural son of King William IV. MGS & 10 clasps.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy - "Under this sacred symbol of salvation repose the mortal remains of General Sir William Henry Sewell, C.B., Colonel of 79 Highlanders who departed this life in Florence on the 13 March 1862."
Captain James - 38th Foot - died 4th January 1827.
Grave at Cawnpore - "Sacred to the memory of James Seymour Esqr Captain in His Majesty's 38th Regiment, who died at this station on the 4th day of January 1827 aged 25 and half years."
Shakespear - Colonel Henry
Alexander - 5th Bengal Cavalry - died 11th July 1887.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry J.C. Shakepear (25th N.I.). Born at Aurangabad, Deccan, 2nd December 1840. Served Bhutan 1865 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1880 (medal).
Grave at Lahore - "In memory of Colonel H.A. Shakespear commandant 5th Bengal Cavalry who died at Mian Mir 11th July 1887 aged 46 years 7 months and 9 days."
Shakespear - Captain William
Ross - 3rd Madras Light Cavalry - died 31st May 1862.
Grave at Vizagapatam - "Sacred to the memory of Captain William Ross Shakespear of the 3rd Madras Light Cavalry. Died at Waltair 31st May 1862 aged 34 years. This monument is erected by his disconsolate widow."
Lieutenant William Talbot - 13th Foot - died 8th April 1838.
Son of William Oliver Shakespear (Madras Civil Service).
Tablet in St. James' Church, Karnal - "This tablet is erected by the officers of the XIIIth Light Infantry, to commemorate their esteem and regard for Lieutenant William Talbot Shakespear, eldest son of W.O. Shakespear Esqre Madras Civil Service, who died at Karnaul on the 8th of April 1838. A similar token of regret at his early death, is placed over his mortal remains."
Sharp - Major John Nixon -
Bengal Engineers - died 17th August 1856.
Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star). Married Sophia Watson at Allahabad, 26th February 1840.
Grave at Lahore - "Beneath this lies interred the body of Major John Nixon Sharp Bengal Engineers, sometime Executive Engineer at this station. he died of cholera on 17th August 1856 in the 45th year of his age. This tomb is been erected by friends in both service as a tribute of respect to his memory."
Tablet in St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Lahore - "In memory of Major J. N. Sharp, Bengal Engineers, and sometime Executive Engineer in this station who died of cholera 17th August 1856, aged 45 years. This tablet is erected by friends in India to whom he was known as a large hearted and high minded man, a consistent Christian and a conscientious servant of the State. Next to the good name he left behind him, this beautiful church, of which he was the Architect, is his noblest monument. ."
Sharpe - Lieutenant
Edmund - Bengal Artillery - died 2nd January 1852.
Born at Charlinch, Somerset, 1st September 1824. Wrong date on grave.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Edmund Sharpe, Bengal Artillery, who departed this life on the fifth day of January 1852. Aged 26 years."
Sharpe - Captain John Edward
- 46th Bengal Native Infantry - died 14th July 1857.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Sialkote - "In memory of Captain J.E. Sharpe 46th Regt. N.I. Died at Sealkote 14th July 1857 aged 33 years. Erected by his brother officers,"
Captain George Francis - Leicestershire Regt. - died 10th
Grave at Myingyan Cemetery, Burma - "In sacred memory of George Francis Shaw Captain 2nd Battalion Leicestershire Regiment eldest and dearly loved son of George and Emily Frances Shaw of Horbling, Lincolnshire who died 10th July 1889, aged 33 years."
Shaw - Lieutenant-Colonel
William - 1/10th Madras Native Infantry - died 18th May 1814.
Grave at Vizianagram - "In affectionate remembrance of the late Lieut. Colonel William Shaw of the 1st Battalion 10th Regiment N.I. This Cenotaph is erected by the officers of their corps...... died at Gollapolam on May 18th AD 1814."
Captain Frederick - 98th Foot - died 30th December 1898.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In memory of Frederick Shelton. Captain 98th and 93rd Regts. Died December 30th 1898. Aged 78."
Sheil - ?
William - 42nd Madras Native Infantry - died 1850.
St. Anne's Church of Ireland, County Donegal, Ireland - "In Loving memory of Frances Sophia, widow of Simon Sheil, J.P. She died June 21st 1881 aged 79, and was buried here with their children, William, late of the 42nd Regiment MNI, died in 1850, at the age of 24 years...."
Sheridan - ?
Mark - 13th Foot - died 14th July 1849.
Born in Co. Wexford 1780. A street in Belfast was named after him.
Grave at Clifton Street Graveyard, Belfast - "In memory of Mark Sheridan esq late of 13th P.A.L.I. who died on the 2nd March 1849 aged 69 also of Bt Major James Henry Fenwick 13th P.A.L.I. who died on the 14th July 1849 aged 39."
Ensign Edward - 99th Foot - died 23rd October 1868.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "In memory of Edward Shilson (late Ensign 99th Regt.) Youngest son of William Shilson, of Tremough, Cornwall. Died on the 23rd of October 1868. Aged 26 years."
Short - Major George - 45th
Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th May 1847.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars). Married Lucy Parker at Agra, 15th September 1835.
Grave at Kasauli - "Sacred to the memory of B. Major George Short 45th Regt N.I. who died at Kussowlee on the 8th May 1847 aged 39 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers in testimony of their high esteem & regard for his character."
Shortreed - Captain
William - 1st European Bengal Fusiliers - died 14th May
Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal).
Grave at Subathu - "In memory of Captain Charles Clark of the 1st European Bengal Fusiliers died at Sabathoo 13th October 1846. also to the memory of Captain William Shortreed of the same Corps died in England on the 14th May 1846 and Captain Alester Stewart also of the above regiment who died at sea on the 31st March 1846."
General Richard - Indian Army - died 26th April 1888.
Husband of Flora Anne Shubrick (1818-1894. daughter of Lieutenant-General Sir Walter Raleigh Gilbert, GCB.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "To the beloved memory of Richard Shubrick, General in HM's Indian Army. Born 11th January 1820. Died 26th April 1888. Erected by his sorrowing widow and children."
Shuldham - Lieutenant-General Thomas Henry - Indian Army - died 5th February 1875.
Served with 15th Native Infantry (China 1842, medal).
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "Thomas Henry Shuldham, Lieut. General H.M. Indian Army. Feby. 5 1875."
- Lieutenant E. - The Welsh Regiment - died 18th July
Grave at Curragh Military Cemetery, Ireland - "In memory of Lieut E. Shurrey, The Welsh Regt. Who died 18th July 1912. This stone was erected by his brother officers."
General Sir Charles Cameron, KCB - 6th Inniskilling Dragoons - died
20th April 1904.
Born 1816, son of Thomas and Charlotte Shute. Brother of Henry (below). Cornet 1834. Bt. Lt-Col. 1854. Colonel 1858. Major-General 1868. General 1881. Colonel 6th Dragoons 1886. Served Kurnool Expedition India (13th Light Dragoons) 1839. Crimea (6th Dragoons. CB, MID, medal 3 clasps, Legion of Honour, Turkish Order of the Medjidie. Recommended for the VC). MP for Brighton 1874-80.
Memorial at Christchurch Priory, Hampshire - "In loving memory of General Sir Charles Cameron Shute KCB Inniskilling Dragoons son of T.D. Shute Esq of Burton and Bramshaw Hill Hants served in the Kurnool Expedition 1839, the Crimean Campaign 1854-6, including the Battles of Balaklava & Inkerman the Siege and Fall of Sevastopol and the Battle of Tchernaya. Born Jan. 3 1816. Died Ap 20 1904."
Captain Henry Douglas Mackenzie - 57th Foot - died 28th
Son of Thomas and Charlotte Shute. Brother of General Sir Charles (above). Ensign Dec. 1854.
Memorial at Christchurch Priory, Hampshire - "Sacred to the beloved memory of Henry Douglas Mackenzie Shute Captain in HM 57th Regiment youngest son of the late Thomas Deane Shute Esquire of Burton and Bramshaw Hampshire deceased while on service with his Regiment December 28th 1860 aged 23 most deeply lamented."
Lieutenant-General John Graves - 22nd Foot - died 26th
Born 25th February 1752, at Cotterstock, Northamptonshire, son of Captain John Simcoe, R.N., and Catherine Stamford. Served in American Revolution, wounded at Brandywine. December 1782 married Elizabeth Gwillim. 1791 appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada.
Grave at Wolford, Devonshire - "Sacred to the memory of John Graves Simcoe, Lt. Gen. in the Army and Col. of the 22nd Regt. of Foot, who died on the 26th day of October 1806 aged 54. In whose life and character the virtues of the Hero, the Patriot and the Christian were so eminently conspicuous, that it may be justly said he served his King, and his Country, with a zeal exceeded only by his piety towards his God."
Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Godin - Bengal Staff Corps - died
1st July 1867.
Son of Rear-Admiral Charles Simeon (Royal Navy). Born in Londonderry, 3rd July 1823. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Maharajpoor 1843 (medal, wounded), Mutiny 1857 (medal). Married Charlotte Earle at Allahabad, 11th October 1847.
Grave at Srinagar - "In memory of Richard Goden Simeon, Lieut Col. Staff Corps Died on 1st July 1867 Aged 43 years & 11 months."
Simons - Lieutenant
Daniel Houghton - Madras Cavalry - died 8th September
Memorial at St. Paul's Cray, Kent - "Mary Anne, wife of the Rev. John Simons rector of this parish who died 11.6.1800 in her 48th year. Also of Daniel Houghton son of the Rev. John and the above Mary Anne Simons, Lieutenant in the Madras Cavalry in the Honourable East India Company's service who died 8 September 1832 aged 24. Also the Rev. John Simons, LL.B., born at Eton, Berks., September 2 1735 died 8 August 1836. For more than 57 years rector of this parish."
Lieutenant Charles Frederick - 8th Bengal Native Infantry - died
19th November 1857.
Son of Richard Simpson, of Derby and Isle of Man (his nephew, Ensign Charles Simpson, 3rd Foot Guards, was killed at Waterloo). Born in Cheshire, 1825. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Listed in the London Gazette, 4th May 1858 as 'killed by accident.'
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Charles F. Simpson 8th Regiment N.I. Major of Brigade at Umballa, who died at Delhie the 19th November 1857 aged 32 years. Sincerely and deservedly regretted by his affectionate wife, and numerous friends."
Simpson - Ensign James - 37th
Madras Native Infantry - died 25th December 1862.
Grave at Vizianagram - "In memory of Ensign James Simpson, General List, Madras Army who died at Bimlipatam on the 25th December 1862, aged 22 years. This monument is erected by the officers of, and doing duty with the 37th Grenadiers as a tribute of regret."
Simpson - Lieutenant W.H. - 43rd
Gurkha Light Infantry - died 25th March 1891.
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy - "Lieutenant W.H. Simpson. 43rd Gurkha Light Infantry (now 2nd Bn 8th Gurkhas) severely wounded and afterwards killed with the Chief Commissioner of Assam and two others. Manipur 25th March 1891."
Sinclair - Lieutenant John - Royal Artillery - died 25th June 1828.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy - "In memory of Lieut. John Sinclair Royal British Artillery son of L.S. Sinclair Esq late Lieut. Colonel of that Corps. Died 25th June 1828 aged 23."
Lieutenant-Colonel John Sutherland - Royal Artillery - died
12th April 1841.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel John Sutherland Sinclair, Royal Artillery, who died at Edinburgh, 12th April 1841, aged 62."
Major John William - Madras Staff Corps - died 11th November
Grave at Cantonment Cemetery, Rangoon - "Major John William Sinclair, Madras Staff Corps, Died 11th Nov. 1868. Aged 41 years."
Singer - Captain Alexander
Stewart - 24th Bengal Native Infantry - died 20th September
Grave at Simla - "Sacred to the memory of Alexander S. Singer 24th Regt Nat inf who departed this life on the 20th September 1845 Aged 42 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their admiration of his character as a soldier and as a token of their affection for him as a friend."
Captain David - Rifle Brigade - died 11th June 1824.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland - "In memory of John Skeill, who died 25th Oct. 1790, aged 43 years. Also in memory of Helen Hunter, who died 6th Feb. 1816, aged 50 years. Also their son, Captain David Skeill, of the Rifle Brigade, who died here 11th June 1824, aged 40 years."
Captain Frederick Nepean - 26th Foot - died .... ?
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In loving memory of Captain Frederick Nepean Skinner. Late HM 26th Regt (Cameronians). ----- 188 --."
Skinner - Colonel
James, CB - Skinner's Horse - died 4th December 1841.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Hercules Skinner (Bengal Infantry) and an Indian woman (illegitimate). Born 1778. Served Mahratta war 1797, Mahratta war 1803, Bhurtpore 1825, CB 1826.
Grave in St. James' Church, Delhi - "Here rest the remains of the late Colonel James Skinner, CB who departed this life at Hansi 4th December 1841 the body was disinterred from Hansi and buried under this on the 19th January 1842."
Skinner - General Philip
Kearnet MacGregor - died 3rd June 1880.
Husband of Emily Skinner.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "General Philip Kearney MacGregor Skinner. Born 4th December 1805. Died 3rd June 1880. Also of Captain Francis Nugent MacGregor, Royal Artillery, Youngest son of the above. Born 6th April 1851. Died 17th December 1886."
Captain Stanley - 82nd Foot - died 5th September 1861.
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal).
Grave at Cashmere Gate cemetery, Delhi - "To the memory of Captain Stanley Slater 82nd Regiment who died at Delhi on the 5th September 1861 this monument is erected by his brother officers."
- Lieutenant Osmond Mourant - Royal Engineers - died 15th
Grave at Quetta - "In loving memory of Osmond Mourant Slaughter. Lieutenant. Royal Engineers. Died at Shalabagh 15 Aug 1889. Born 14 Oct 1868."
Major-General Charles Frederic - Bengal Army - died 6th
Served Punniar 1843 (star). Married Leonarda Gibbon at Mozafarpur, 26th February 1848.
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred I.H.S. to the memory of Major General Charles F. Smith Born 14th Jany 1823. Died 6th Decr 1877. Forgive us our tresspasses."
Lieutenant George Haddon - 44th Foot - died 13th
Son of Major Haddon Smith (Ceylon Rifle Regt, ex-73rd Foot). He had, in fact, retired from the army early 1841.
Grave at Ferozepre - "Sacred to the memory of Lt. G.H. Smith H.Ms 44th Regt Died 13th Sept 1841 as a token of love from his wife."
Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Browne - 8th Madras Cavalry - died
1st April 1866.
Memorial at St. Andrew's churchyard, Clifton, Bristol - "In loving memory of Lieut. Colonel Henry Browne Smith of the 8th Regiment Madras Cavalry who departed this life April 1st 1866 aged 77 years. Also of Jane Maria widow of the above who departed this life December 30th 1876 in the 91st year of her age."
Lieutenant-Colonel I.C. - died 23rd November 1853.
Memorial at St. Andrew's churchyard, Clifton, Bristol - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel I.C. Smith for many years Ast. Adjutant General on the Staff of Ireland who died 23rd Novr. 1853."
Surgeon James - 61st Foot - died 27th November 1846.
Grave at Ambala - "Sacred to the memory of James Smith Esqre M.D. Surgeon H.Ms 61st Regt who departed this life on the 27th November 1846 Aged 60 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers."
Ensign John, V.C. - Bengal Engineers - died 26th June
Born at Ticknal, Derbyshire, February 1814. Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar, VC). He was actually 50 years old when he died.
Grave at Jullundur - "Sacred to the memory of John Smith, Ensign, V.C. in Her Majesty's Indian Service who died 26th June 1864 Aged 30 years and 4 months."
Lieutenant-Colonel Joseph Barnard - 60th Bengal Native Infantry -
died 22nd May 1849.
Son of Joseph Barnard Smith (Bengal Civil Service). Born in Calcutta, 29th November 1790. Served Nepal 1814.
Grave at Saroke Cemetery, near Wazirabad - "Sacred to the memory of J.B. Smith Lieutenant Colonel late Commanding 60th Regiment Native Infantry who departed this life at Wuzeerabad on the 22nd day of May 1849 Aetat 58 years & 5 months. This tomb has been erected by the Officers of the 60th Regiment Native Infantry as a sincere token of the esteem and regard which they held the many virtues of their late Commanding Officer."
Lieutenant-Colonel Lucius Horton - 6th Bengal Light Cavalry - died
29th September 1859.
Son of Major Lewis Lucius Smith (Bengal Infantry). Born at Fatehgarh, 28th September 1793. Served Mahratta-Pindari war 1817, Bhurtpore 1825 (medal). Married Emma Gardiner at Mhow, 2nd October 1822.
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Lucius Horton Smith 6th Regt Light Cavalry. born 28th September 1793. died 29th September 1859. Aged 65 years."
Ensign Robert - Staffordshire Regiment - died 1st March
Grave at Sialkote - "In memory of Robert Smith late Ensign XXXVIII, 1st Staffordshire Regiment, who was accidentally drowned when orderley officer at Sealkote, on the night of the 1st March 1868, by falling down a well, aged 20 years & 8 months. Erected by his brother officers."
Colonel Robert Andrew - Bengal Army - died 31st October
Son of Major Robert Wood Smith (6th Bengal Light Cavalry). Born at Nagpur, 11th November 1818.
Grave in Ambala cemetery - "Colonel Robert Andrew Smith Bengal Infantry born 11th November 1818 died 31st October 1868."
Ensign Weston John - 63rd Native Infantry - died 5th
Grave at Ambala - "To the memory of Weston John Smith Ensign 63rd Regt who departed this life on the 5th of June 1845. This monument is erected by his brother officers."
Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas - Madras Native Infantry - died 26th
Grave at Vizianagram - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Col. Thos. Smithwaite of the Madras Native Infantry an officer whose zeal and activity while in command of the Pioneers was repeatedly marked by the approbation of Government. He departed this life on the 26th February 1827 in the 43rd year of his age he lived universally esteemed and died universally regretted."
Smyth - Major
Arthur - Royal Marine Light Infantry - died 14th January 1936.
Grave at Aghadowey Parish Church, St. Guaire, Co. Londonderry, Northern Ireland - "In loving memory of Arthur Smyly, Maj Royal Marine, Light Infantry, son of Rev. Mitchell Symth of Ballytemple, Garvagh, died 14 Jan 1936, in his 88th year."
Captain James Dutton - 98th Foot - died 22nd November 1854.
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Captain James Dutton Smyth H.M. 98th Regt who died at Bussi on the 22nd November 1854 aged 39."
Lieutenant Hargood Thomas - 10th Foot - died 8th
Memorial in All Saints Church, Portsmouth - "In memory of Hargood Thomas Snooke Lieut. HM 10th Foot who died at Bloemfontein, Cape of Good Hope on the 8th February 1863 aged 24 years. Also of Randell V.B. Snooke ..... This tablet is erected by their father, The Revd. H.B. Snooke and Mary his wife."
Colonel Edward Winterton, C.B. - died 4th April 1831.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary - "Colonel Edward Winterton Snow, Companion of the Bath, an officer eminently distinguished for high military bearing and gallantry. He commanded and led the Rifle Corps to the charge at the memorable battle of Mahidpoor, and was conspicuously engaged in the battles of Assaye and Argaum. Ob. Iv April mdcccxxxi. Aet xlix."
Solly - 2nd
Lieutenant Charles Edmond - Scinde Horse - died 8th August
Grave at Quetta - "In memory of 2nd Lieutenant Charles Edmond Solly. Only son of Edmond George and Nina Reade Bently. Attached Royal Welsh Fusiliers for posting to the Scinde Horse. Died at Quetta from enteric in his 21st year. 8 August 1930."
Captain Marcus Richard - Bengal Staff Corps - died 3rd
Son of James and Frances Somerville, of Ross, Co. Meath. Born 1823. Served Mutiny 1859 (medal).
Grave at Dera Ghazi Khan - "Sacred to the memory of Captn M.R. Somerville Bengal Staff Corps and officiating commandant 3rd regt Punjab Infantry who departed this life at Dera Ghazee Khan on the 3rd September 1862 aged 39 years."
Lieutenant William Thomson - Bengal Artillery - died 5th
Son of James & Frances, of Ross, Co. Meath. Born 7th March 1836. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal & clasp).
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi - "In memory of Lieut. W.T. Somerville of the Bengal Artillery who died in camp before Delhi at the age of 21 years and 6 months on the 5th September 1857 of fever brought on by fatigue and exposure. This monument has been erected by his affectionate friend Major General Huthwaite, CB."
Memorial at St. James the Less, Pangbourne, Berkshire - "In memory of William Thomas Sommerville Lieutenant of the Bengal Artillery; who died of fever brought on by fatigue and exposure in the camp before the city of Delhi on the 5th September 1857 aged 21 years and 6 months. He was the son of James Craig Sommerville MD whose remains are interred in the Churchyard."
Lieutenant Alexander - South Lancashire Regt. - died 1887.
Grave at Penang - "In memory of Alexander Spankie Lieut. S. Lancs Regt Born 1864 Died 1887 Erected by his brother officers."
Lieutenant Alfred Hubert - 43rd Light Infantry - died 11th
Grave at Quetta - "In memory of Lieutenant Alfred Hubert Spencer. 43rd Light Infantry. Died Quetta 11 Jun 1885."
Lieutenant Colin - 42nd Royal Highlanders - died 22nd June
Son of Nathaniel Spens, of Craigsanquhar, Fifeshire. Born in 1843. His brother, Captain Nathaniel James Spens (72nd Highlanders) was killed in action at Kabul in 1879.
Grave at Black Watch cemetery , Cherat - "In memory of Lieut Colin Spens 42nd Royal Highland Reg. the Black Watch who died 22nd June 1867 aged 23 years."
Captain James - Bengal Engineers - died 21st November
Son of Thomas Spens, MD, of Fife. Born 1811. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal). Married Penelope Westropp in England, 1849.
Grave in Ambala cemetery - "To the memory of Captain James Spens, Bengal Engineers. who died at Umballa on the 21st Novr 1856. aged 45 years."
Major George - Mardras Army - died 15th March 1830.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy - "To the memory of Major George Spinks Madras Army who quitted this life March 15th 1830 Aged 47 years."
Spry - Captain Philip
Lane - 35th Native Infantry - died 25th November 1844.
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore - "Sacred to the memory of Philip Lane Spry, Brevet Captn. and Adjutant 35th Regiment N.I, who died of cholera at this station on the 25th day of November 1844, aged 34 years, most deeply and sincerely regretted. This tomb is erected by his brother officers in testimony at their sense of his worth and their respect for his character and virtues."
St. John - Inspector Charles
- Indian Medical Dept. - died 12th September 1853.
Served Peninsula 1813-14 (58th Foot), American war 1814.
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Charles St. John MD late Inspector General H.M. Hospitals in India who died at Umballa on 12th September 1853 in the 63rd year of his age. This tomb is erected by the members of the Medical Department who had served with him in India & as a token of esteem in which he was held by them."
- Major Oliver - 19th Hyderabad Regiment - died 18th December 1925.
Grave at Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Major Oliver St. John, 1st battalion 19th Hyderabad Regiment (Russells), who died at Rawalpindi 18th December 1925, Aged 44 years, erected by his brother officers."
- Lieutenant-Colonel John - 1/2nd Bengal European Regiment - died
27th October 1781.
Son of William and Judith Stainforth, of Yorkshire.
Grave at Cawnpore - "To the memory of Lieut Col John Stainforth, who lived universally beloved and died equally lamented on 27 October 1781."
Lieutenant Francis - 24th Foot - died 4th July 1849.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Saroke Cemetery, near Wazirabad - "To the memory of Lieut F. Stanford H.M. 24th Regt. died 5th Septr 1849 aged 20 years 5 months."
Major E. - North Staffordshire Regiment - died 7th April 1896.
Grave at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana - "Major E. Stanley, late North Staffordshire Regiment, Inspector General of Constabulary, Lagos, died Accra 7 Apr. 1896."
- Lieutenant William - 5th extra Regiment Native Infantry - died 26th September 1826.
Grave at Barrackpore - "To the memory of the Hon'ble William Stapleton, second son of Lord Despenser; Lieutenant in the 5th extra Regiment of Native Infantry, and ADC to the Rt. Hon'ble Lord Combermere, Commander-in-Chief, born 2d Dec. 1797, died 26th Sept. 1826."
Lieutenant-Colonel Harry - Bengal Horse Artillery - died 26th September 1830.
Grave at Cawnpore - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Harry Stark, of the Bengal Horse Artillery, who departed this life the 26th September 1830, aged 55 years. He lived universally respected as an honest man and a gallant soldier."
General Miles - 4th Dragoon Guards - died 26th July 1814.
Memorial at Rippon Cathedral - "Sacred to the memory of Miles Staveley, Esq. of North Stainley, General in his Majesty's Forces and Colonel of the 4th, or Royal Irish, Regiment of Dragoon Guards, he died the 26 of July 1814 in the 77th year of his age."
Captain Gilbert - 2/3rd Brahmans - died 5th September
Grave at Quetta - "In loving memory of Gilbert Steele. Captain 2/3rd Gour Brahmans. Born Oxford 13 Dec 1897. Died Quetta 5 Sep 1919."
- Lieutenant-Colonel Charles - 20th Foot - died 9th March 1861
Steevens - Lieutenant-Colonel George - 20th Foot - died 4th February 1857
Steevens - Captain Charles - 52nd Foot - killed 30th June 1857
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Cheltenham - "In loving memory of Lieutenant-Colonel George Steevens late HM 20th Regiment, second son of Lieut-Col. Steevens formerly of the same regiment, who died from illness brought on by his arduous service during the Crimean campaign February 4th 1857 aged 37. Also of Captain Charles Steevens HM 52nd
Regt. (brother of the above) who was killed in a sortie against the mutineers at Lucknow, Bengal June 30th 1857, aged 39. In loving memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Steevens formerly Commanding XXth Regt of Foot (father of the above) who died in this town March 9th 1861 Aet 84."
Captain Robert - 49th Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th June 1850.
Served Punjab (medal and bar). Married Elizabeth Hopper at Cawnpore, 29th March 1841.
Grave at Phillaur - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Robert Stein 49th regiment Bengal Native Infantry who died at Phillour, 10th June 1850. sincerely regretted by his brother officers, by whom this monument is erected."
Stephen - Lieutenant Arthur
Sandeman - Indian Staff Corps - died 22nd March 1898.
Son of Colonel Arthur Stephen, MB (Bengal Medical Service). Born at Dera Ghazi Khan, 18th October 1871.
Grave at Dera Ghazi Khan - "In loving memory of Arthur Sandeman Stephen Lieutenant Indian Staff Corps Assistant Commissioner Rajanpur only son of Surgeon Colonel Stephen Indian Medical Service who died 22nd March 1898 aged 26 years."
Captain Richard - 21st Fusiliers - died 28th August 1878.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In memory of Richard Stephens late Captain 21st Fusiliers. Died August 28th 1878. Aged 43 years."
Captain Charles Mordaunt - K.O.Y.L.I. - died 3rd November
Grave at Rawalpindi - "In loving memory of Captain Charles Mordaunt Stevens, King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, who died at Rawalpindi 3rd November 1895. Aged 38."
Stevens - Lieutenant John
Lucius Cary - 20th Punjab Infantry - died 6th May 1896.
Son of John (Bengal Civil Service) and Frances Stevens. Born at Dinapore, 3rd September 1869. Served Samana 1891 (medal and bar), Waziristan 1894 (bar). Died a few days after being stabbed by an assassin on the platform at Peshawar Railway Station.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar - "John Lucius Cary Stevens Lieut. 20th (D.C.O.) Punjab Infantry Eldest son of John Foster and Frances Louisa Stevens born 3rd Sept. 1869 died 6th May 1896."
Lieutenant-Colonel Nathaniel - Connaught Rangers - died 9th
Son of Colonel Charles Stevens (20th Foot).
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In loving memory of Lieutenant Colonel Nathaniel Stevens XXth and 88th (Connaught Rangers) Regts. Died at Cheltenham September 9th 1894. Youngest son of Colonel Charles Stevens XXth Regt."
Lieutenant Alexander - Royal Munster Fusiliers - died 1st
Grave at Rawalpindi - "In loving memory of Alexander Stevenson. Lieutenant Royal Munster Fusiliers who died 1 November 1909."
Captain Robert Charles - 59th Foot - died 4th December 1826.
Grave at Calcutta - "Sacred to the memory of Captain Robert Charles Stevenson, of H.M. 59th Regiment, who departed this life at Calcutta, on the 4th December 1826, aged 40 years, leaving a widow and five helpless children to deplore the loss of the best of husbands and fathers."
- Lieutenant-Colonel Roderick - Poona Horse - died 24th
Grave at Quetta - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Rodk. Stevenson. 2nd in command, Poona Horse, who died at Quetta on 24 April 1880. Aged 44 years."
- Surgeon James Frederick - 11th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 2nd August 1846.
Grave at Ludhiana - "Sacred to the memory of J.F. Steuart Esqr M.D. Surgeon 11th Light Cavalry who departed this life on the 2nd of August 1846. Aged 47 years. Deeply and universally regretted."
Charles Knowles, DSO, MC -
Memorial at St. Nicholas church, Ashchurch Glos. - "In proud loving memory of my son Charles Knowles Steward, DSO, MC, who died 1st August 1929, aged 37, after serving in the Great War where he was severely wounded. A tribute from his mother."
Steward - Major Robert - 16th
Bengal Grenadiers - died 11th June 1855.
Born in Warwickshire, 1812. Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Afghanistan 1842 (medal).
Grave at Lahore - "Beneath rest the remains of Major Robert Steward, Captain 16th Bengal Grenadiers who departed this life at this station on the 11th day of June 1855 aged 43 years most deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tomb is erected."
- Colonel Alexander McLeod - Bengal Army - died 3rd September 1886.
His father, Lieutenant Charles Stewart (Bengal Horse Artillery) was killed at Gandamark in January 1842. Born at Meerut, 5th December 1835. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar).
Grave at Murree - "In loving memory of Col. Alexr Macleod Stewart born 1835 died 1886. Erected by his sorrowing and disconsolate mother."
- Captain Alister - 1st European Bengal Fusiliers - died
31st March 1846.
Married Harriette Hamilton at Allahabad, 17th May 1838.
Grave at Subathu - "In memory of Captain Charles Clark of the 1st European Bengal Fusiliers died at Sabathoo 13th October 1846. also to the memory of Captain William Shortreed of the same Corps died in England on the 14th May 1846 and Captain Alester Stewart also of the above regiment who died at sea on the 31st March 1846."
Cornet Daniel - 24th Light Dragoons - died 4th December 1811.
Grave at Meerut - "Cornet Daniel Stewart H.M. 24th Light Dragoons Died 4th December 1811 Aged 33 years."
Colonel Francis Philip - Madras Army - died 23rd August 1834.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland - "Sacred to the memory of Francis Philip Stewart, Esq., Colonel of the Hon. East India Company's service, on their Madras Establishment, and youngest son of the late John Stewart, Esq. of Musselburgh, who departed this life on the 23d of August 1834, aged 53 years, 9 months, and 21 days."
Lieutenant Houstoun - 32nd Foot - died 2nd September 1849.
Son of Admiral Sir Houstoun Stewart, GCB (Royal Navy). Born January 1825. Served Pujab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Jullundur - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut H. Stewart Hr Ms 32nd regt of foot died 2nd September 1849 aged 24 years."
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant H. Stewart of Her Majesty's 32nd regtiment, who died at Jullundur on the 2nd September 1849, aged 24 years, and 7 months. also In memory of Brevt Major A.L. Balfour, of the same corps, who died at Govindghur on the 13th July 1850 in the 41st year of his age, this tablet has been erected by their brother officers."
- Lieutenant James - 53rd Foot - died 29th March 1848.
Grave at Bethersden churchyard, Kent - "Lieutenant James Stewart late of the 53rd Regiment of Foot. Born at Dalkeith in Scotland died at Ashford Kent 29 March 1848 aged 66. He was a brave soldier and was awarded a medal on which was engraved Toulouse, Orthes, Nive Nivelle, Pyrenees, Vittoria, Salamanca, Badagos, Albuera, Talavera, the names of the Battles and Sieges at which he was present. He was a loving husband and a faithful friend and his private virtues secured the esteem of all with whom he was associated."
Captain John Henry Fraser - 52nd Foot - died 20th August 1855.
Grave at Subathu - "H.S.E. John Henry Fraser Stewart Captain Hr Ms 52nd Light Infantry who died at Subathoo on the 20th of August 1855 aged 34 years. Sincerely regretted by his brother officers and friends."
Stewart - Lieutenant Walter -
12th Bombay Native Infantry - died 2nd October 1826.
Son of Charles Stewart (commander of HEIC ship) and Mary Stewart.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland - "Sacred to the memory of Walter Stewart, Lieutenant in the Hon. E.I.C.'s 12th Regiment of Bombay Native Infantry, who died at Poonah the 2d October 1826, aged 22."
- Lieutenant William - 20th Bengal Native Infantry - Killed
9th March 1850.
Aged 24. At Kangara on the 9th March 1850 he was accidentally killed by the bursting of a gun. Grave in Fort Cemetery, Kangra - "To the memory of Lieutenant William Stewart 20th regt. N.I. who was killed at Kot Kangra by the bursting of a gun on the 9th March 1850. Aged 24 years and 9 months. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem and regard."
Stiles - Cadet W. - 34th
Native Infantry - died 16th February 1833.
Tablet at Barrackpore Church - "Cadet W. Stiles, attached to the 34th Regt N.I. who died on service at Dudka Baraboom, on the 16th February 1833, of jungly fever, aged 18 years."
Stirling - Lieutenant-Colonel
- 4th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 29th April 1825.
Grave at Karnal - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel Stirling 4 Light Cavalry who departed this life on the 29th April 1825 aged 53 years."
Captain G.C. Beresford - 64th Foot - died 4th October 1881.
Grave at Aghadowey Parish Church, St. Guaire, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland - "In loving memory of G.C. Beresford Stirling, late Captain, 64th Regiment, died 4 October 1881, aged 77 years ."
Major-General James - 42nd Royal Highlanders - died 12th
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland - "Sacred to the memory of Major-General James Stirling, Lieutenant-Governor of Cork, and for forty-two years an officer in the 42d Royal Highlanders. With a wing of that national corps he annihilated the French Invincibles in Egypt, and took their standard with his own hand. He commanded that regiment through the Peninsular war, and after twenty-seven years of foreign service he retired in 1813 into private life, where, cultivating the virtues which adorn the Christian character, he died, full of years and honours, at his villa of Eskbank, 12th December 1834. His remains, borne hither by his veteran companions in arms, are here interred."
Stoddart - Captain George - Roya Artillery - died 21 January 1906.
Grave at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana - "George, Captain, late Royal Artillery, eldest son of Colonel C.H.Stoddart, died 21 Jan. 1906, aged 32."
Stock - Major John Rodway - 74th Native Infantry - died 1868.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "Major John Rodway Stock. Late of the 74th Regt. E.I.C. Born December 1792. Obiit February 1868."
Stokes - Lieutenant Samuel
William - Bengal Artillery - died 21st May 1854.
He commanded No.2 Light Field Battery, Punjab Irregular Force.
Grave at Asni - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut S.W. Stokes of the Bengal Artillery who comm ...... Punjab Battery and who died at this station on the XXI May 1854 aged XXVIII years."
Lieutenant George A.S. - Royal Engineers - died 28th October
Grave at Rawalpindi - "George A.S. Stone. Lieutenant Royal Engineers. Died of fever at Rawalpindi 28th October 1890."
Stones - Lieutenant Alfred -
57th Bengal Native Infantry - died 26th August 1851.
Grave at Lahore - "To the memory of Alfred Stones Lieutenant 57th Regt Bengal N.I. Died August 26th 1851. Aged 23 years. This monument is erected as a memorial of esteem by his brother officers."
- Robert Edward - Royal Navy - died 19th July 1868.
Memorial at St. Columbas Church, Co. Meath - "In memory Of Robert Edward Stopford R.N. Lieutenant Commanding H.M. Gunboat Starling, drowned in the China Seas July 19 1868. Aged 27, By his last order preferring the lives of others to his own. Erected by the young men of Kells and friends who knew and loved him."
- Lieutenant-Colonel Edward - Scots Fusilier Guards - died
5th July 1840.
Memorial at St. Sinchell Church of Ireland Memorial Chapel - "In memory of the Hon Edward Stopford Lieut Colonel Scots Fusileer Guards 4th son of the 3rd Earl of Courtown. Born 11th June 1795 died 5th July 1840. Buried in Prospect Churchyard in this Parish."
- Admiral Sir Montagu, KCB - Royal Navy - died 10th
Memorial at St. Sinchell Church of Ireland, Kiltennel Graveyard - "Sacred to the memory of Admiral The Honorable Sir Montagu Stopford, KCB, sixth son of James George Third Earl of Courtown who died at Edinburgh Nov 10th 1864 aged 66. This tablet is erected by the surviving brother and sister."
Storrs - Ensign John - 61st Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th September 1851.
Grave at Ludhiana - "Sacred to the memory of Ensn John Storrs, Adjutant of the Sylhet Light Infantry, who died at this station on the 10th Septr 1851 aged 41 years. This tomb is erected by his disconsolate widow."
Stotherd - Captain Edward Augustus - 60th King's Royal Rifle Corps - died 27th April 1863.
Memorial at the War Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy - "In memory of Edward Augustus Stotherd. Captain 93rd Sutherland Highlanders and afterwards 60th Royal Rifles . Born 24th December 1832. Died 27th April 1863. He obtained his commission from this college 7th February 1851. Served in the Eastern Campaign 1854-55 including the battles of Alma and Balaclava, siege of Sebastopol and expedition to Kertch. He was drowned in the wreck of the Anglo-Saxon on Cape Race, Newfoundland remaining on board to save life till the vessel sank."
Stott - Surgeon Thomas - 53rd
Bengal Native Infantry - died 19th January 1850.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi - "Sacred to the memory of Thomas Stott Esqre Surgeon to the 53rd Regiment Native Infantry, who departed this life on the 19th of January 1850, Aged 42 years 4 months. Deeply regretted by his brother officers, by whom as a token of respect this monument is erected."
Inspector-General James - died 20th December 1840.
Grave at Banff Cemetery, Scotland - "In memory of James Strachan of Cortes, M.D., Inspector-General of Army Hospitals, who died at Mormond House on the 20th December, 1840, aged 65 years. This testimonial of affectionate regard is erected by his only sister Margaret Strachan."
- Major-General John, CB - Queen's Regiment - died 27th April
Grave at Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Major General John Stratford-Collins, CB, of Wythall, Ross, Herefordshire, who died Rawalpindi of cholera whilst commanding the 2nd (Rawalpindi) Division on 27th April 1908. Aged 57. Erected as a token of esteem and respect by all ranks of 1st Battalion The Queen's Regiment, which he commanded from September 1896 to 1901."
Strong - Major-General D.M.,
CB - 10th Bengal Lancers - died 11th July 1903.
Tablet in St. Paul's Church, Ambala - "In memory of Major General D.M. Strong, C.B. who died at Haslemere, Surrey, 11th July 1903, aged 62. He served 28 years in the 10th Bengal Lancers, and commanded the Regiment from Decr 1887 to Octr 1894. This tablet has been placed in this Church by the Officers, Native Officers, and men who served with him in the Regiment, as a token of esteem and love."
Major-General Charles Sheppey - Indian Army - died 22nd
Son of Captain Charles Stuart (39th Foot). Born 21st September 1828 at Varrovilles, New South Wales.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "Sacred to the memory of Major General Charles Sheppey Stuart Indian Army, second and last surviving son of Captain Charles Stuart 39th Regt. Born at Varrovilles, N.S. Wales 21 September 1828. Died at Muddleford House, Near Barnstaple 22nd December 1892."
Stuart - Lieutenant John
- 2/13th Native Infantry - died 8th December 1809.
Grave at Chitradurga Cemetery, Mysore - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. John Stuart, 2nd Battn. 13th Regt. N.I. who departed this life the 8th December 1809."
Stuart - Lieutenant-Colonel
J.C.G. - 16th Madras Native Infantry - died 3rd October
Grave at Harihar Old Cantonment, Mysore - "To the memory of Colonel J. C. G. Stuart, Commanding 16th Regt. M.N.I., who died at Hurryhur on the 3rd of Oct. 1859, aged 56 years. Erected by the officers of his Regt as a mark of their regard."
- Lieutenant-Colonel William - 69th Bengal Native Infantry - died 11th July
Son of Sir Charles Stuart-Menteth, of Dumfries. Born 31st July 1805. Served China 1860 (medal). Married Sarah Hamilton at Calcutta, 26th September 1826. note confusion about name.
Grave in Simla - "Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel William Stuart Menteath 69th Regt N.I. son of the late Sir Charles Granville Menteath Bart of Closeburn, Dumfries. He departed this life July 11th 1857 deeply and deservedly regretted."
Lieutenant Cecil Walter Harris - Somerset Light Infantry - died
25th May 1917.
Grave at Quetta - "In most devoted memory of Lieutenant Cecil Walter Harris Swayne. Somerset Light Infantry. Died 25 May 1917. Aged 21 yrs."
General George - Bengal Artillery - died 10th December 1868.
Husband of Maria Arabella Swiney.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. - "In affectionate remembrance of Genl. George Swiney, Colonel Commandant of the 19th Brigade, Royal Bengal Artillery. Died 10th December 1868, Aged 83 years, 8 months, & 3 days."
Major-General George Henry - Royal Artillery - died 31st May
Entered the Bengal Army , 1822. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars), Punjab 1848 (medal). Transferred to the Royal Artillery, 1861. Married Sarah Frith at Cawnpore, 4th March 1841. Son below.
Grave at Simla - "Sacred to the memory of Major Genl G.H. Swinley Royal Artillery who departed this life at Simla on the 31st of May 1867 aged 61."
Swinley - Captain Silas Adair
- 11th Bengal Lancers - died 24th May 1879.
Born at Agra, 10th July 1843, son of Major-General George Swinley, Bengal Artillery (above). Died at Safed Sung during the Afghanistan Campaign 1878-9.
Tablet in Lahore Cathedral - "Silas Adair Swinley Ob. Safed Sung, Afghanistan 24th May 1879. erected by his brother officers of the XI (P.W.O.) Bengal Lancers."
Swinton - Cornet George Keith
- 4th Bengal Light Cavalry (Lancers) - died 17th March 1854.
Son of George Swinton (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Calcutta, 14th January 1833.
Grave at Sialkote - "Sacred to the memory of G.K. Swinton. Cornet 4th Lancers died 17th March 1854 aged 21 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."
Major-General Samuel - 74th Foot - died 4th October 1825.
Ensign 50th Foot 10th May 1780. Lieut. 74th Foot 25 Dec. 1787. Served in India, battle of Seringapatam, sieges of Seringapatam, Bangalore and Mysore, campaigns of 1791, 92, capture of Pondicherry. 1797 expedition to Manila. Captain 1798. Major 17 May 1800. Battle of Assaye (severely wounded), battle of Argaum. Appointed Lt-Col. of the York Rangers 14 Nov. 1804. Lt-Col. 74th Foot. To Corfu. Col. 4th June 1813. To England 1814. Half-Pay 1815. Major-General 12 August 1819.
Memorial at Holy Trinity, Much Wenlock, Shropshire - "Sacred to the memory of Major General Samuel Swinton, second son of the Honourable John Swinton of Swinton one of the Lords of Session and Judiciary in Scotland, who died on the fourth of October in the year 1825 aged 62."
Swinton - Captain Samuel
Charles Alston - Bengal Light Cavalry - died 22nd June 1858.
Son of Samuel Swinton (Bengal Civil Service). Born in Calcutta, 22nd September 1820. Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Punjab 1848 (medal).
Grave at Ambala cemetery - "Sacred to the memory of Captain S.C.A. Swinton, last surviving son of the late Samuel Swinton Esqre of Swinton, Berwickshire, who died at Amballa June 22nd 1858. aged 36 years."