INDIA 1908-1947


2nd Lieutenant Ian MAcFADYEAN - attached 1st Seaforth Highlanders - wounded 18th February 1908, in Chinar area. Died 19th February 1908.

Major Douglas FORBES-SEMPILL, DSO - 1st Seaforth Highlanders - killed in action in the Chinar Hills 21st February 1908.
Born 1865, second son of the 17th Lord Sempill and his wife Frances. Served in the Hazara Campaign (1888), Chitral Campaign, and South Africa (DSO 1901). Aged 42.


Lieutenant George Field ARCHIBALD - 82nd Punjabis (attached 57th Rifles) - killed in action in the Nahakki area 20th May 1908.
Memorial at Magdalen College, Oxford -
"In memoriam George Field Archibald, Lieutenant 82nd Punjabis, Killed in action at Umra Kelli with the Mohmand Field Force, May 20 1908, aged 24. Magd.Coll.School 1897-1901."

Lieutenant Frederic Russell BARFF - 1st West Yorkshire Regt. - died of enteric fever 26th May 1908.

Major Neil CAMPBELL-MACLACHLAN - 1st Seaforth Highlanders - accidentally killed 24th May 1908.

Major Henry COAPE-SMITH - 11th Lancers (attached 19th Lancers) - killed in action 6th May 1908.

Lieutenant Godfrey Hope SOOLE - 21st Cavalry - killed in action in the Nahakki area 20th May 1908.

Lieutenant Lionel S. WELLS - Queen's Own Corps of Guides - died of cholera 20th May 1908.

Lieutenant W. YOUNG - 67th Punjabis (attached 57th Sikhs) - wounded and died same day 29th May 1908.

Captain James STIRLING - 57th Rifles - killed in action 11th March 1910.
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Chelsea, London -
"Captain James Stirling 57th Wilde's Rifles Frontier Force killed in action against Mahsud raiders at Hayat Khan Kili, Bannu  District on 11 March 1910. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a token of affection and respect."

Captain F.E. FERGUSON, MC - 3rd Guides Infantry - killed in action at Ahnai Tangi 14th January 1920.
Son of Dr. Alfred Cornwall Ferguson, M.D., and Elizabeth Ferguson, of Boscombe, Bournemouth, Hants.
Memorial at St. Mary, Thirsk, North Yorkshire - "In memory of Capt. F.E. Ferguson, MC 3rd Battalion Guides Inf. I.A. who served for over three years with the West Yorkshire Regiment on the Western Front during the Great War, and fell in action on North West Frontier in India on 6th Oct. 1919 aged 25 years."

Captain George William Edward MAUDE - 1st Yorkshire Regiment
- died of wounds 5th November 1919.
Memorial at St. Peters Church, Rylestone, North Yorkshire -
"To the proud and loving memory of two brothers, George William Edward Maude, Capt. 1st Batt. Alexandra Princess of Wales on (Yorks) Regt who died at Peshawar, India, Nov. 5th 1919 of wounds received at Dakka in Afghanistan, aged 30 years..."

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Howard FOULKES - Indian Medical Service - killed 15th Novmber 1920.
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Chelsea, London - "Lieut. Colonel Thomas Howard Foulkes, CIE, IMS, ADMS Kohat District killed by raiders 15 November 1920 and of his wife Bertha Bowness died 6 December 1920 from wounds inflicted in the same raid. Erected by their many friends in India."

Major Athelstan CHAMBERLAYNE - 1st Duke of York's Own Lancers - killed in action at Ahnai Tangi 14th January 1920.
Memorial at St. Denys, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Oxfordshire -
"In loving memory of Major Athelstan Chamberlayne 1st D.Y.O. Lancers (Skinner's Horse) only son of the late William Hart Chamberlayne and Maria Elizabeth Chamberlayne Killed in Action on 14 Jan. 1920 in the Battle of Ahnai Tangi in Waziristan leading the 2/76 Punjabis of which Regiment he was Act. Lt. Col. in Command. Served in the South African War 1900-02 and the Great War 1915-17. Aged 41."

Captain Cecil Jervis SHARP - 13th Rajputs - killed in action 9th January 1920.
Memorial at Brighton College, Brighton -
"In ever loving memory of Captain Cecil Jervis Sharp 13th Rajputs attached 4/39th Garhwal Rifles, Indian Army. Killed in action on the North-West Frontier of India 9th January 1920 aged 25 years."

Lieutenant Alfred Boteler GARRETT - 92nd Punjabis - killed in action 25th November 1921.
Memorial at Parish Church, Leiston, Suffolk -
"In affectionate memory of Alfred Boteler Garrett aged 20 Lieut 92nd PWO Punjabis, Indian Army fell in action on 25th November 1921 near Barshor Baluchistan and is buried at Quetta."

Lieutenant James White-Melville DICKSON - Royal Engineers - killed 12th December 1922.
Memorial at Bedford School Chapel, Bedford -
"James White-Melville Dickson 1910-1917. Lieutenant Royal Engineers. Killed on duty Raymack Road, NWF, 12th Dec. 1922 aged 23."

Lieutenant Michael Leonard TWEEDIE - Guides Cavalry - killed in action in Waziristan 23rd June 1937.
Memorial at All Saints Church, Wraxall, Avon  -
"In memory of Michael Leonard Tweedie, aged 21, Lieutenant in the Guides Cavalry killed while on duty 30 March 1934 near Bannu, N.W. Frontier. Second son of Admiral Hugh and Lady Tweedie, of Wraxall House. Died in the service of his country."

Lieutenant-Colonel Patrick GRANT - Corps of Guides
- killed in action in Waziristan 23rd June 1937.
Memorial at New Beacon School Chapel, Sevenoaks, Kent  -
"In memory of Patrick Grant, Lt.Colonel Q.V.O. Corps of Guides. Killed in Waziristan, NWFP June 23rd 1937 aged 44 years."

Lieutenant-Colonel Cholmondeley William MAY - 12th Frontier Force Regiment - killed 10th August 1939.
Memorial at St. Leonards Church, Chelsea, London - "Cholmondeley William May, Brevet Lieut-Colonel 2nd Sikhs 12th Frontier Force Regiment DAQMG Waziristan District, killed by tribesmen near Bannu on 10 August 1939 aged 40 years."