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Wace - Colonel Edward George - Bengal Staff Corps - died 24th March 1889.
Son of Rev. R. Wace, of Wadhurst, Sussex. Born at Goring, Oxfordshire, 31st March 1841. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal).
Grave at Lahore -
"Colonel Edward George Wace Bengal Staff Corps, Financial Commissioner Punjab, born March 31 1841. Died March 24 1889."
Tablet at Lahore Cathedral -"To the memory of Edward George Wace Colonel Bengal Staff Corps, Financial Commissioner to the Punjab, who after 31 years of devoted labor spent in the Service of the Government and of the People, both of whom will long remember his faithfulness and kindness, Died in the faith of Christ Jesus at Lahore on the 24th March 1889, aged 47 years. This monument was erected by a large number of friends and admirers both European and Native."

Walker - Lieutenant Edmund - Bengal Engineers - died 30th July 1857.
Son of James Alexander Walker, a Calcutta merchant. Born in Calcutta, 10th March 1828. Served Mutiny 1857. wrong date on grave.
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"To the memory of Edmund Walker Lieut. Bengal Engineers who died in camp before Delhi August 13th 1857. aged 29 years."

Wallace - Captain Andrew - 53rd Foot - died 1st July 1810.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn Andrew Wallace of His Majesty's 53rd Foot who died on Sunday 1st July 1810."

Walter - Lieutenant George - Bengal Engineers - died 5th September 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of George Walter Esq. Lieut. in the Bengal Engineers, who died from fever, got at Saugor in the execution of his duty as Surveyor, on the 5th Sept. 1823, aged 22 years."

Waller - Major Henry - King's Dragoons - died June 1794.
Memorial at Graveley church, Camebridgeshire -
"In memory of Henry Waller Esqr late Major in the King's Regiment of Dragoons at whose particular request his remains were deposited near this place June 14th 1794 in the 52nd year of his age."

Walton - Captain Norcliffe Bendyshe - 94th Foot -
died 29th January 1859.
Son of Charles M.B. Walton (ex-Captain, 4th Dragoons). Born in 1825.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"This tablet is erected by the officers of Her Majesty's 94th regiment to the memory of four of their comrades who died of disease contracted in the Punjab during the years 1858 and 1859 deserving this expression of warm regard. Ensign J.E.H. Wheeler died 17th September 1858. Surgeon T. Cowan M.D. died 7th November 1858. Captain N.B. Walton died 29th January 1859. Lieutenant C.T. Paley died 11th June 1859."

Walton - Captain Robert John Adrian - 16th Foot - died 10th December 1831.
Grave at Chinsurah -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Robert John Adrian Walton, H.M. 16th Regiment of Foot, in which corps he had served for upwards of 25 years, and who departed this life on Tuesday the 10th of December 1831, deeply and universally lamented by his brother officers, aged 41 years."

Warburton - Colonel Robert - Royal Artillery - Died 10th November 1863.
Son of Richard Warburton, of Garryhinch, Ireland. Born 1813. Entered Bengal Army in 1830. Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star). Transferred to Royal Artillery in 1861. Married an Afghan lady in 1841. Their son was Colonel Sir Robert Warburton, KCIE, CSI (born in Kabul, 11th July 1842).
Grave at Taikal cemetery, Peshawar -
"Erected by his son to the memory of R. Warburton. Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery division Peshawar who died on 10th Novr 1863 aged 50 years."

Warden - Captain St. Leger, DSO - Royal Indian Marines - died 14th September 1951.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of my father, Captain St. Leger Stanley Warden, D.S.O., R.I.M. Died 14 September 1951. Aged 88."

Wardle - Colonel G. Williams Lloyd - ? - died 30th November 1833.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"Here lie the remains of Colonel G. Williams Lloyd Wardle esteemed and honoured by his country his merits as a public man will be better understood from the history of England than they can be from an inscription here. He died on the 30 November 1833."

Wardroper - Lieutenant Henry - 16th Lancers - died 26th March 1824.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Henry Wardroper of Hs Ms 16th Lancers who departed this life the 26 day of March 1834 aged 23 years and 9 months."

Waring - Lieutenant Charles Scott - Governor General's Body Guard - died 2nd February 1813.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Charles Scott Waring, Adjutant to the Body Guard of The Right Honorable the Governor General. Obit 2d Feb. 1813. Aetat 26."

Warlow - Captain Thomas - Bengal Engineers - died 2nd February 1839.
Born 1797. Served at Asirgarh 1819. Died at Delhi, buried at Meerut.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Thomas Warlow, Bengal Engineers, who departed this life on the 2nd February 1839, Aged 41 years."

Warre-Cornish - Captain Francis Thackeray - 17th Bengal Lancers - died 20th October 1901.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Captain Francis Thackeray Warre-Cornish, Adjutant 17th Bengal Lancers, who died at Rawalpindi 20th October 1901. Aged 30 years. Erected by his brother officers, British and native, who deeply mourn his loss."

Warren - Lieutenant Henry - Royal Navy - died 20th June 1853.
Memorial in Frederik Evangelical Lutheran Church, St. Thomas (US Virgin Islands) -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Henry Warren, R.N. Admiralty agent who died of yellow fever on the 20th of June 1853, aged 58 years."

Warrn - Lieutenant-Colonel Percy Bliss - 12th Brahmans - died 11th June 1911.
Memorial at Royal Garrison Church, Portsmouth -
"In loving memory of Percy Bliss Warren Lieut. Col. Comdg. 3rd Brahmans who died at sea from the result of an accident on the 11th June 1911 aged 47. This tablet is erected by his sister E.M. Norris."

Warter - Colonel Henry De Grey - Royal Horse Artillery - Died 23rd March 1889.
Son of Rev. John Wood and Edith Warter, of Sussex. Born 6th December 1838. Entered Bengal Army in 1857. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Transferred to Royal Artillery in 1861. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal and bar). Married Annette Walton in 1880.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In loving memory of Henry De Grey Warter Colonel R.H.A. who died at Umballa on the 23rd March 1889. Erected by his sorrowing wife & sister."

Wasey - Lieutenant James Frederick - 2nd Foot - died 19th November 1807.
Memorial at Holy Trinity Church, Hermitage, Berkshire -
"This tablet is also inscribed to the memory of James Frederick Wasey son of John and Anne Wasey who while serving as Lieutenant in the 2nd (or Queen's Royal) Regiment of Infantry perished by shipwreck near the Bay of Dublin Nov. 19th 1807 aged 18."

Waterfield - Colonel William Garrow, CSI - Bengal Staff Corps - died 3rd February 1897.
Born in London, 6th November 1833. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Jowaki 1877 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and clasp, CSI). Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"In loving memory of Colonel William Garrow Waterfield, C.S.I. who died at Darsham, Suffolk 3rd February 1897, aged 63 years. Deputy Commissioner of Peshawur from 1878 to 1888 with untiring zeal and energy, he devoted the best years of his life to the welfare of the Peshawur Valley and to the maintenance of peace on the frontier. This tablet is erected by his widow and children."

Waters - Major-General Marcus Antonius - Royal Engineers - died 14th January 1868.
Grave at Kensal Green Cemetery, London -
"To the loved and honoured memory of Major General Marcus Antonius Waters, Royal Engineers, this gallant soldier was the last surviving officer of his Corps who was engaged in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
He departed this life on January 14th 1868. Aged 73 years."

Watson - Lieutenant-Colonel George Edward - Bengal Engineers - died 28th December 1879.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of George Edward Watson Lieutenant Colonel late Royal Bengal Engineers who died at Cheltenham December 28th 1879 aged 51 years and of Joanna his wife, died May 7th 1883 aged 54 years. Also of their second son Edward Yerbury, Captain ISC. Killed at Maidan November 8th 1897 whilst serving as Brigade Commissariat Officer, Tirah Field Force."

Watson - Lieutenant Henry J. - 87th Foot - died 1st February 1824.
Grave at Bencoolen -
" Sacred to the memory of Henry J. Watson Lieutt of the Fort Marlboro Local Corps and formerly Lieutt H.M. 87th Regt. Who departed this life at Bencoolen on the 1st of February 1824 Aged 35 Years."

Watson - Lieutenant Horace - 17th Bengal Native Infantry - died 9th September 1849.
Served China 1860 (medal). Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt Horace Watson 17th Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 9th September 1849 aged 32 years."

Watson - Lieutenant-Colonel John Popham - 75th Foot - Died 8th June 1804.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel John Popham Watson, of H.M. 75th Regt. of Foot who departed this life the 8th June 1804, aged 31 years."

Weatherly - Captain Edward Frederick Christopher Ford - 1/17th Dogra Regt. - died 22nd February 1927.
Grave at Peshawar -
"To the memory of Captain Edward Frederick Christopher Ford, 1/17th Dogra Regiment (PWO). 22nd February 1927. Aged 29."

Webster - Colonel Henry Warde - 30th Punjab Infantry - died 3rd September 1894.
Son of Major-General Thomas Webster (Madras Infantry). Born at Belgarvie, Fifeshire, 12th December 1838. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Bhutan 1864 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1880 (medal). Married Angela Brown at Ferozepore, 20th July 1878.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"XXX Punjab Infantry. In memory of Colonel Henry Warde Webster late Commandant 30th Punjab Infantry who died at St. Andrews Scotland Aged 55 years. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a mark of respect for their late Colonel who had served 34 years in the Regiment akk ranks of which have lost in him a most sincere friend."

Wedderburn - Colonel Alexander - Coldstream Guards - died 30th July 1839.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Alexander Wedderburn, late of the Coldstream Guards, and fifth son of the late Sir John Wedderburn, Bart. of Blackness and Balindean, whose remains lie here interred, born 18th June 1791; died 30th July 1839."

Wensley - 2nd Lieutenant G.T. - South Lancashire Regiment - died 1st February 1918.
Grave at Quetta -
"1st Battalion South Lancs Regiment. 2nd Lieutenant G.T. Wensley. Aged 28. Died 1 Feb 1918."

Wetherall - Lieutenant-Colonel F.A. - 1st West India Regiment - died 21st August 1857, aged 44.
Memorial at Christ Church Cathedral, Nassau, Bahamas -
"F.A. Wetherall, died 21st August 1857, aged 44. Lieutenant-Colonel 1st West India Regiment in command here. Eldest son of Lieutnant-General Sir G. A. Wetherall, KCB. Adjudant General to the Forces. Monument erected by the Officers of the Regiment."

Whateley - Lieutenant-Colonel William - Royal Artillery
- died 18th September 1893.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of William Whateley Lieutenant Colonel RA. Died 18th September 1893. Aged 50 years."

Wheeler - Ensign John Edward Hatch - 94th Foot - died 17th September 1858.
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar -
"This tablet is erected by the officers of Her Majesty's 94th regiment to the memory of four of their comrades who died of disease contracted in the Punjab during the years 1858 and 1859 deserving this expression of warm regard. Ensign J.E.H. Wheeler died 17th September 1858. Surgeon T. Cowan M.D. died 7th November 1858. Captain N.B. Walton died 29th June 1859. Lieutenant C.T. Paley died 11th July 1859."

Wheeler - Lieutenant-Colonel John Ros - 29th Foot - died 4th August 1890.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In memory of John Ros Wheeler Lieut. Col. Late 29th Regt. Born May 13th 1811 Died August 4th 1890."

Wheeler - Captain Lucas - 100th Foot - died 14th June 1792.
Memorial at St. Margaret's church, Lee, in Kent -
"Thomas Lucas Wheeler, Captain in the 100th Regiment of Foot, after a series of honourable services and sufferings in the East Indies departed this life on the 14th June 1792 aged 35."

Whelan - Lieutenant Edward - 4th Bengal Native Infantry -
died 14th August 1854.
Son of Sir Thomas Whelan (ex-High Sherrif & Lord Mayor of Dublin). Born at Torquay, Devon 1823. Served Punjab 1848 (medal).
Grave in Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Edward Whelan Esq Lieut. 4th Regiment Bengal Native Infantry died at Peshawur 14th August 1854 aged 31 years."

Wilkinson - Captain Henry - HEICS - died 10th May 1819.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary -
"Henry Wilkinson, Captain in H.E.I.C.’s Service, and Major of Brigade in these Districts, died 10th May 1819, aged 33 years."

Whinyates - Major-General Frederick Thomas - Royal Horse Artillery - died 28th August 1915.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Major General Frederick Thomas Whinyates RHA. Born 28 March 1833. Died at Bournemouth 28 August 1915."

White - Ensign Charles Patrick - 38th Bengal Native Infantry - died 1st August 1838.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"In memory of Ensign C.P. White 38th Regiment N.I. who died at Delhi on the 1st August 1838 in his 17th year. this tomb is erected by his brother officers."

White - Lieutenant Henry Wallis - 3rd King's Own Light Dragoons - Died 22nd September 1848.
Son of Lieutenant-General Sir Michael White, KCB (3rd Light Dragoons). Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars, wounded).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. H.W. White H.M. 3rd or Kings Own Light Dragoons, who departed this life September 22nd 1848. Aged 28 years. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his relatives and friends."

White - Lieutenant P.T.R. - 31st Foot - died 1st September 1833.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of P.T.R. White, Esq. Lieut. H.M. 31st Regt. of Infantry, second son of W.R. White, Esq. Surgeon H.M. 16th Lancers, Obiit. 1st September 1833, Aet. 26 years."

White - Ensign Rivers Turner - 26th Bengal Native Infantry - died 3rd July 1846.
Son of Lieutenant-General Sir Michael White, KCB. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar, wounded).
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign R.T. White, 26th N.I. who departed this life July 3rd 1846. Aged 20 years & 6 months. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his relatives & friends."

Whiting - Lieutenant-Colonel Robert Cony - Bengal Staff Corps - Died 29th December 1886.
Born in Epsom, Surrey, 1825. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars, wounded), China 1860 (medal), Bhutan 1865 (medal and bar).
Grave at Anbala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Col Robert Cony Whiting Bengal Staff Corps (Retired) late 11th Bengal Native Infantry who died at Nahun on the 29th December 1886 in the 62nd year of his age."

Whylock - Captain Howard - Gloucestershire Regt. - died 6th January 1923.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of my dearly loved brother Captain Howard Whylock late 2nd Gloster Regt. who died in Rome Jan 6 1923 Aged 59 years."

Wigston - Lieutenant Richard James - 37th Madras Native Infantry - died 12th November 1845.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Richard James Wigston of the 37th Madras Grenadiers who died at Nurseepatam on the 12th November 1845 aged 21 years. Erected by his brother officers of the above Regiment."

Wilkinson - Ensign Christopher - 28th Bengal Native Infantry - died 6th July 1851.
Son of General Christopher Dixon Wilkinson, CB (Bengal Infantry). Born in Allahabad, 1829.
Grave at Peshawar -
"To the memory of Ensign C. Wilkinson of the XXVIII Reg Bengal N.I. who departed this life on the vith of July 1851 aged 21 years & 6 months. This monument is erected by his brother officers."

Wilkinson - Captain Roland Laugharne Clennell - 37th Lancers - died 25th October 1905.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Roland Laugharne Clennell Wilkinson. Captain 37th Lancers. Dearly beloved husband of Lucy. Died 25 Oct 1905. Aged 32 yrs."

Willes - Assistant-Surgeon John S. - 75th Foot - died 21st July 1852.
Grave at Sanwar cemetery -
"Erected by the officers of H.M. 75th Regiment to the memory of Asst Surgeon John S. Willes M.D. died 21st July 1852."

Williams - Lieutenant-Colonel David - 5th Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th July 1852.
Born at Pembreg, Carmarthen, South Wales, 1801. Served Assam and Burma 1824-5 (medal and 2 bars), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2bars). Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel David Williams Comg 5th regt N.I. who died on the 10th July 1852 aged 51 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a token of esteem and regard."

Williams - Captain Edmund - HMS Avalanche - died 11th September 1877.
HMS Avalanche collided with HMS Forest off Portland. Avalanche was bound for New Zealand; 106 people died.
Memorial at Papworth Everard, Cambridgeshire -
"To the Glory of God in Memory of Captain Edmund Williams of the Avalanche who sank with his ship off Portland on the eleventh day of September 1877. This cross is erected by his brother Sydney H. Williams".

Williams - General Edwin Wilson Gresham - 19th Hussars - died 24th May 1937.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of James Edwin Williams late General of the Madras Army. Died November 14th 1885. Aged 82. Also of Gertrude Elizabeth, widow of the above. Died 30th April 1889 in her 75th year. Also of their late son Edwin Wilson Gresham Williams-Hepworth. Late Major 19th Hussars. Died 24th May 1937. Aged 95 years."

Williams - General James Edwin - Madras Army - died 14th November 1885.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of James Edwin Williams late General of the Madras Army. Died November 14th 1885. Aged 82. Also of Gertrude Elizabeth, widow of the above. Died 30th April 1889 in her 75th year. Also of their late son Edwin Wilson Gresham Williams-Hepworth. Late Major 19th Hussars. Died 24th May 1937. Aged 95 years."

Williams - Adjutant John - Armagh Militia - died 23rd June 1803.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Here lieth the body of John Williams, Adjutant of the Armagh Regiment of Militia, who departed this life on the 23rd day of June 1803, aged 56 years. This stone was erected by his brother officers in testimony of their regard."

Williams - Lieutenant Richard - Bengal Artillery - died 30th October 1824.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Richd Williams of the Bengal Artillery who departed this life on the 30th October 1824 in the 22nd year of his age."

Willoughby - Lieutenant-General Michael Weekes, CSI - 104th Wellesley Rifles - died 17th March 1925.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Here lies with his dear wife and lifelong companion Michael Weekes Willoughby, Lieutenant General Indian Army, Companion of the Order of the Star of India, Colonel 104th Wellesley Rifles. Born 18 March 1833. Died 17 March 1925."

Wilson - Captain Andrew Thomas Alexander - 2nd European Regiment - died 10th July 1844.
Married Margaret Smith at Hazaribagh, 14th September 1840.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn A.T.A.T. Wilson 2nd European Regiment who died on 10th July 1844 aged 40 years. Respected & esteemed in life. Deeply and deservedly mourned in death."

Wilson - Lieutenant James - Royal Montgomery Militia - died 29th August 1812.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"This stone is inscribed by an affectionate wife to the memory of Lieutenant James Wilson, Royal Montgomery Regiment of Militia, who departed this life August 29th 1812, aged 34 years."

Wilson - Captain John - 15th Native Infantry - died 9th July 1817.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of John Wilson Esqr. Captain in the 15th Regt. N.I. and Major of Brigade of the Northern Division of the Army who died at Waltair, on the 9th July 1817 aged 28 years."

Winn - Major Charles Cavendish - 3rd Bn. Rifle Brigade - died 25th January 1898.
Son of Rowland Winn, of Nostell, Yorkshire. Born 27th September 1858. Served Tochi 1897 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ambala -
"The Hon. Charles Cavendish Winn Major 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade who died from an accident at Polo January 25th 1898, aged 39."

Winnington - ? Francis Salwey - Coldstream Guards - died 4th February 1913
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Stanford on Teme, Worcestershire -
"In loving memory of Francis Salwey Winnington Eldest son of Sir Francis Salwey Winnington 5th Baronet Served in South Africa, Coldstream Guards 1901-1902, born May 4th 1818, died Feb 4th 1913."

Winspear - D.A.C.G. W.H. - Commissariat Staff - died 14th October 1881.
Grave at York Cemetery, Yorkshire -
"In loving memory of W.H. Winspear, DAC Genl. only son of Wm Winspear, Micklegate, York. who died of fever 10 days after disembarking at Trinidad W.I. Octr 14th 1881 aged 27 years. He served on the Commissariat Staff in the Zulu war, and was at the battle of Ginghilhove. Interred at Port of Spain, Trinidad."

Winterbotham - Captain Frank - Madras Sappers and Miners - died 14th Febraury 1879.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In memory of Captain F. Winterbotham. Queens Own Madras Sappers and Miners. 5th son of John B. Winterbotham Esq. of Cheltenham. Born 19th November 1838. Died 14th February 1879 at Peshawar on the march with his company from Bangalore to Afghanistan."

Wiseman - Lieutenant-Colonel James - 53rd Foot - died 4th April 1800.
Grave at Banff Cemetery, Scotland -
"Erected by an affectionate widow to the memory of a worthy husband Lieut. Colonel James Wiseman, late of the 53rd Regiment, departed this life April 4th, 1800, aged 48 years."

Wishart
- Lieutenant Thomas - 1/5th Bengal Native Infantry - died 28th May 1817.
Grave at Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Wishart 1st Battn 5th Regt N.I. who died 28th May 1817. Regretted by the whole Corps."

Withers - Lieutenant Geoffrey James Langlands - Honourable Artillery Company - died 8th May 1922.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"Geoffrey James Langlands Withers Lieutenant H.A.C. beloved younger son of Alfred Withers and the late Annie Langlands Withers. Born 28th November 1893 and Died 8th May 1922 at Westminster, Orange Free State and is there interred."

Wittit - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles - Bengal Artillery - died 11th September 1869.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"To the memory of Lieut Col Charles Wittit of Artillery who departed this life in camp at Hardowel in Bundelcund on the 27 of May 1804."

Wogan - Lieutenant Robert C. - 66th Foot - died 3rd December 1816.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Lt Robert C Wogan 66 Regt died 3rd December 1816 aged 28 years."

Wood - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Mackenzie Macdonald - Indian Staff Corps - died 14th January 1897.
Son of Henry William Irvine Wod, of Calcutta. Born in Agra, 28th January 1844.
Grave at Sialkot -
"In loving memory of Henry Mackenzie Macdonald Wood, Lieutenant Colonel Indian Staff Corps and Sessions Judge of Sialkote. Died 14th January 1897 aged 53 years."

Wood - Colonel Thomas, CB - Bengal Engineers - died 22nd January 1834.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas Wood, Colonel of Engineers, and Companion of the Honorable Order of the Bath, who after fifty years service in the Bengal Army, died at Calcutta, aged 68 years and 7 months. On the 22nd day of January AD 1834, among distinguished comrades, he stood eminent for talents of a high order, cultivated by science and matured by experience, gained a brilliant career of active service, domestic and foreign, in war and in peace, through Hindostan and the Deccan, in Assam and in Ava, in the Surveyor General's Department and in the campaigns of Lord Lake, who selected him to be his Engineer in Chief with the grand army."

Wood - Captain William - 39th Foot - died 26th January 1846.
Grave at Chinsurah -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain William Wood, H.M. 39th Foot, who died 26th Jan. 1846, aged 39 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem and regard."

Woodcock - Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Humphrey - 55th Bengal Native Infantry - died 12th December 1873.
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Umbeyla 1863 (medal and bar).
Grave at Sialkote -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Colonel Edward Hunphrey Woodcock late 55th Bengal Native Infantry who died at Akhnoor near Sealkote on the 12th December 1873 aged 46."

Woodhouse - Captain Campbell H. - 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment - died 4th March 1886.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Campbell H. Woodhouse, Esquire. Captain 2nd Royal Sussex Regiment. Son of Henry R. Woodhouse, Esq. of Wyndham Place, Bryanston Square, London and of Rosanna Louisa, his wife, who died from the effects of an accident at Rawalpindi 4th March 1886. Aged 27 years. This monument is erected in affectionate remembrance by his brother officers."

Woods - Lieutenant George August - Royal Marines - died 4th April 1853.
Memorial at Kirk Arbory, Isle of Man -
"Sacred to the memory of George Augustus Woods of Balladoole, Esquire, Justice of the Peace and acting Speaker of the House of Keys, formerly Lieutenant of the Royal Marines. He served through the siege of Copenhagen, and also at Walcherin and Flushing. Died 4 April 1853, aged 65 years."

Woodward - Lieutenant Charles Edward - 98th Foot - died 12th May 1859.
Grave at Attock -
"In memory of Charles E. Woodward. Lieutenant 98th Regiment who departed this life at Attock May 12th 1859. This tomb is erected by his brother officers."
Memorial at St. Michael and All Angels, Bricklehampton, Worcestershire - "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. C.E. Woodward of HM's 98th Regiment who died at Port Attock, in the Punjab, East Indies, on the 12th of May 1859, aged 19 years and 9 months. This tablet is erected by the officers of HM's 98th Regiment as a mark of regard and esteem."

Wrangham - Major Darcy George - East Yorkshire Regt. - died 22nd July 1920.
Grave at Peshawar -
"In ever loving memory of Major Darcy George Wrangham. 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. Born 28th October 1878. Died Peshawar 22nd July 1920."

Wray - Assistant-Surgeon Christopher Wright - 87th Fusiliers - died 15th May 1853.
Grave at Srinagar -
"Sacred to the memory of Christopher Wray, Assistant Surgeon 87th Fusiliers Aged 27 years who was killed by the fall of an avalanche whilst out shooting on the 15th May 1853. This stone is erected by his brother officers as a small token of esteem for a lost & valued friend."

Wray - Colonel Thomas Charge - 2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment - died 22nd July 1888.
Born 12th October 1834. Served New Zealand 1866 (medal), Egypt 1884 (medal and bar, khedives star).
Grave at Murree -
"In memory of Colonel T.C. Wray. 2nd Bn. The Royal Irish who died at Murree 22nd July 1888, aged 54, deeply regretted this stone is erected by the officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the 2nd Bn The Royal Irish."

Wren - Captain Robert Fellowes - 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry - died 10th February 1890.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Robert Fellowes Wren Late Captain 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, Died February 10th 1890 Aged 63 Also Frances E. Wren his wife who Died 7th Sep. 1922 Aged 91."

Wrench - Captain Alfred - 5th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 22nd July 1856.
Served Jalalabad (medal), Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Punniar (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal and 3 bars), Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"In memory of Captain Alfred Wrench 5th Light Cavalry who died at Peshawur on the 22nd July 1856 aged 34 years 4 months."

Wrotteseley - Captain William - 4th Dragoon Guards - died 1st October 1899.
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 1889. 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."

Wyatt - Lieutenant-Colonel F.O., M.V.O. - Royal Artillery - died 16th December 1919.
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Lieutenant Colonel F.O. Wyatt, MVO, RGA Commanding No.2 British Mountain Artillery Brigade, who died at Rawalpindi on 16 Dec. 1919. This tablet is erected as a tribute of respect by the officers, noncommissioned officers and men of No.1 Mountain Battery, RGA and of the brigade which he commanded."

Wylly - Captain Adolphus Frederick - 9th Bengal Cavalry - died 2nd January 1858.
Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Alexader Campbell Wylly, CB (95th Foot, served Peninsula and Waterloo). Born in Brighton, Sussex in 1823. Served Hyderabad 1843 (medal), Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captn A.F. Wylly: 9th regt of Cavalry who died at Meean Meer on the 2nd of January 1858 aged 34 years muvh regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Wylly - Lieutenant Aylmer William Miltown - 5th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 20th August 1851.
Born in Dublin, 6th May 1820. Married Emma Taylor at Cawnpore, 1st April 841.
Grave at Nakodar -
"Lieutenant A.W.M. Wylly 5th Light Cavalry Born 6th May 1820. Died 20th August 1851."


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