OFFICERS DIED U
Captain James Eads - Somerset Light Infantry - died 13th
Son of J.A. Ubsdell, of Southampton. Born 7th February 1868. Served Chitral 1895.
Grave at Drosh Cantonment - "In memory of Captain James Eads Ubsdell, The Prince Alberts Somersetshire Light Infantry, who died at Killa Drosh whilst employed as Transport Officer 13th October 1896. Aged 28 years. Deeply mourned by his parents and brother officers."
Lieutenant E.R. - 36th Sikhs - died 3rd June 1905.
Tablet at Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant E.R. Udal, XXXVI Sikhs, who died at Bangalore on 3rd June 1905. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."
- Lieutenant Walter Gordon - The Cameronians - died 12th
Grave at Curragh Military Cemetery, Ireland - "In memory of Lieut. Walter Gordon Underhill Quartermaster The Cameronians who died at the Curragh on the 12th September 1887 aged 44. Erected by the Officers of the Regiment."
Captain David - Royal Engineers - died 1st May 1912.
Grave at Quetta - "To the beloved and honoured memory of Captain George Upson, RE. Garrison Engineer, Quetta. Entered into rest 1 May 1912. Aged 47 yrs."
Major Lambert Brabazon Urmston - 31st Foot - died 26th June
Grave at Ambala - "Sacred to the memory of Major Urmston Hr Ms 31st Foot who deptd this life the 26th of June 1844 aged 50 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers to mark their esteem."
Captain William - Essex Regt - died 29th September 1798.
St. Anne's Church of Ireland, County Donegal, Ireland - "William Urquhart. Late captain in the Royal Essex Regiment of Infantry. Son of late William Urquhart of Meldrum, Esq., Aberdeenshire, Scotland, died September 29th 1798, aged 42 years. This memorial was erected by his disconsolate widow."