Hailes - Captain Martin Hunter - 10th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 9th October 1850.
Served Afghanistan 1842 (medal), Maharajpoor 1843 (star). Married Catherine Bowen at Mhow, 10th October 1840.
He died on the steamer 'Sir Frederick Currie', off Berhampore.
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of the late Captain M.H. Hailes 10th Lt Cavalry; this tablet is erected by the officers of his regt as a tribute of respect for a highly esteemed and much respected brother officer."

Haldane - Major-General Charles - Indian Army - died 15th August 1865.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Haldane, Major General in Her Majesty's Indian Army and 2nd son of the late Lt. Col. Henry Haldane RE. Born 9 May 1797. Died 15 August 1865."

Hale - Surgeon-Major Thomas Egerton - 7th Royal Fusiliers - died 22nd December 1909.
Memorial at Acton St. Mary's Church, near Nantwich, Cheshire -
"In memory of my beloved husband Thomas Egerton Hale VC, CB of Faddiley Lodge Surgeon Major in HM army, late 7th Royal Fusiliers and 43rd Light Infantry. He served in the Crimea at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 1855 - 56, also in the Punjab, and Trans-Indus frontier during the mutiny in 1857-59. He left India in 1868, and retired from the army in 1876. Born at Faddiley, in this parish September 24th 1832: Died December 22nd 1909."

Halkett - Captain Duncan Craigie - 2nd Seaforth Highlanders - died 9th March 1889.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Erected by his brother officers in memory of Duncan Craigie Halkett, Captain 2nd Seaforth Highlanders (Rothshire Buffs, the Duke of Albany's) late 78th Highlanders. Died 9 Mar 1889. Aged 31 yrs 6 mths."

Hallam - Lieutenant George - 52nd Foot - died 6th September 1857.
Served Mutiny 1857.
Grave at Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant George Hallam H.M. 52nd L.I. who died at Jullundur on the 6th September 1857. Aged 24 years and 3 months."

Halliday - Lieutenant Thomas Andrew - 45th Bengal Native Infantry - died 30th October 1838.
Son of Thomas Halliday, of Ewell, Surrey. His brother was Sir Frederick James Halliday, KCB (first Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal).
Grave at Ludhiana -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas Andrew Halliday, Lieut of the 45th Regt Bengal N.I. who while serving with the force of Shah Shooja, Ool Moolk, died at this place on the 30th October 1838, aged 30 years. This monument is erected by his brother."

Hallifax - Colonel Robert Dampier - 75th Foot - died 1st June 1857.
Son of Rev. Robert and Eliza Hallifax. Served Kaffir War 1834. Married Harriet Thomson at Wynberg, Cape Colony, 10th July 1832.
Grave at Karnal -
"Here rests the body of Robert Dampier Hallifax, eldest son of the late Revd Robert Fitz William Hallifax of Batchcot near Indow Shropshire. Colonel of H.M. 75th Regt and Brigadier with the army of Delhie. Born 28th July 1804. Died 1st June 1857 aged 52 years."

Halpin - Captain Richard - 49th Foot - died 21st March 1839.
Grave at Resurgam -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Richard Halpin, H.M. 49th Regt. who departed this life March 21st 1839, aged 38 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a token of their high esteem."

Hamerton - Lieutenant-Colonel William Medows - 7th Fusiliers - died 23rd November 1860.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Colonel William Medows Hamerton, late of the 7th Fusiliers who departed this life November 23rd 1860, Aged 70 years."

Hamilton - Captain Abraham - 17th Lancers - died 19th February 1881.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Abraham Hamilton, late Captain 17th Lancers. Born 14 June 1820. Died 19 February 1881."

Hamilton - Lieutenant-Colonel George - Bengal Staff Corps - died 29th October 1873.
Son of Captain John James Hamilton (23rd N.I.). Born at Dinapore, 1824. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). He died aged 49 years (inscription incorrect). Married Alice Pollock at Mount Abu, Rajputana, 22nd June 1859.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the beloved memory of George Hamilton Lieut Colonel B.S.C. who departed this life on the 29th Octr 1873 aged 52 years."

Hamilton - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Wybrants - 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards - died 1946.
Memorial at Northam church, Devon -
"In loving memory of Henry Wybrants Hamilton Lieut. Colonel 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards. Born 1882 Died 1946 as a result of War Service."

Hamilton - Captain James Charles - Bengal Army - died 5th July 1865.
Son of Lieutenant George Hamilton (16th Lancers). Born at Longdon, Staffordshire, in 1828. Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars), Mutiny 1857 (medal). Inscription errors: His father was a Lieutenant (not Major), he died 5th July 1865, and there is no record of Diego.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Diego James Charles Hamilton Captain Bengal Army son of the late Major George Hamilton of Hamilton Lodge, Staffordshire. died at Simla July 6th 1866. Erected by his dear sister Harrie."

Hamilton - Captain Peregrine Charles Baillie - Rifle Brigade - died 20th February 1860.
Memorial at High Halden church, Kent -
"Peregrine Charles Baillie Hamilton late Captain 1st Rifle Brigade died 20 February 1860 in his 37th year and whose mortal remains are buried beneath this stone."

Hamilton - Brigadier-General William George, CB, CSI, DSO -
died 30th August 1940.
Memorial at All Saints Church, Coddington -
"In memory of Brig. General William George Hamilton C.B. C.S.I. D.S.O. of Coddington Court who died August 30th 1940 aged 80. He served his country with distinction in peace and war & was for 18 years warden of this church. This memorial is erected by his friends."

Hamilton - Lieutenant William James - 3rd Foot - died 21st October 1841.
Grave at Karnal -
"Sacred to the memory of William James Hamilton Lieut. H.M. 3rd Regt or Buffs who died at Kurnaul on the 21st day of October AD 1841. Aged 26 years. Deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tomb is erected as a token of their regard and esteem."

Hammond - Colonel Frederick, CB - 5th Punjab Cavalry - died 3rd February 1892.
Born in Guernsey, 10th May 1840. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal), Jowaki 1878 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and 2 bars). He died in Southampton.
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat -
"In loving memory of Colonel Frederick Hammond, C.B. Late Comdt. 5th Punjab Cavalry, Born 10th May 1840. Died 3rd February 1892. Having served 24 years in the Regiment. Erected by the officers of the 5th P.C. past and present."

Hammond - Lieutenant Harry Durham - Royal Artillery - died 8th February 1898.
Grave Mardan churchyard -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. H.D. Hammond, Royal Artillery, departed this life 8th February 1898."

Hamond - Cornet Philip - 3rd European Light Cavalry - died 23rd August 1861.
Son of Anthony Hamond, of Westacre, Norfolk. Born in 1838. When he died the regiment was called the 3rd European Light Cavalry. It didn't become the 21st Light Dragoons until a year later.
Grave at Duna -
"Sacred to the memory of Philip Hamond Esqr. Cornet 21st Light Dragoons, who died suddenly near this spot on the 23rd August 1861 when on his way to Kashmir. deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Hancox - Lieutenant Henry Roger - Fleet Air Arm - died 11th February 1926.
Buried in Kalkara Naval Cemetery, Malta.
Memorial in Northam Cemetery, Devon -
"To the dear memory of ...... Lieut Henry Roger Hancox Royal Navy Born Mar 4th 1898 1914-1918 Gallipoli Campaign Battle Of Jutland Dover Patrol Storming Of Zeebruge, Mentioned In Dispatches Caspian Sea. Killed while serving as Pilot in The Fleet Air Arm, Malta Feb 11th 1926."

Hand - Lieutenant Thomas More - 51st Bengal Native Infantry - killed 27th January 1857.
Son of Rev. Thomas Hand, of Clowes, Co. Monaghan. Born October 1834.
Grave at Jamrud Road Cemetery, Peshawar -
"In memory of Lieutenant Thomas More Hand of the 51st Regt N.I. who was shot by an assassin near the Khyber pass on the 27th January 1856 & died the same day deeply regretted by his brother officers aged 22 years & 3 months."

Handcock - Deputy-Muster-Master-General Matthew - died 2nd August 1824.
Memorial at St. Maelruain's Church, County Dublin -
"Sacred to the memory of Matthew Handcock, late of Sally Park, County of Dublin, Esquire. He was appointed Deputy Muster Master-General to his Majesty's Forces in Ireland, in the year 1772 which employment he held for a period of 50 years, and until the duties of that department were transferred to the English establishment. His talents and services were justly estimated and remunerated on the reduction of the office. He married in the year 1778, Margaret, daughter of John Butler, Esquire, late first clerk in the office of the Secretary for the Civil Department in Ireland by whom he had 14 children. By judicious and honourable economy, he was enabled to gratify the affectionate and benevolent disposition of his heart towards his numerous relatives, and to provide for his immediate family. This tablet was erected by his widow and children as a memorial of their love. Decessit 2d Augusti, A.D. 1824. Deservedly lamented, Margaret, his widow, died 20th March, 1827. Aged 66."

- Cornet William Spalding - 8th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 2nd December 1836.
Note name and date of death error in inscription.
Tablet in St. James' Church, Karnal - "To the memory of Cornet William S. Hanney, 8th Light Cavalry. Died 1st December 1836 aged 25 years. This tablet is placed in St. James' Church by the officers of the 3rd Light Cavalry as a mark of respect and esteem for their late brother officer."

Harcourt - Lieutenant Henry - 68th Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th February 1848.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutt H. Harcourt 68th N.I. who died at Ferozepore on the 8th Feby 1848. This tribute to his memory erected by his brother officers."

Harding - Captain - 62nd Foot - died July 1800.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Harding, late of the 62nd Regiment. A man in whom the virtues of benevolence and humanity were conspicuously blended. He died July 1800, in his 40th year. Sincerely esteemed and regretted by his numerous corps of officers."

Hardingham - Major A.G.M. - 2nd Battn. Manchester Regt. - died 5th October 1926.
Grave at Cantonment Cemetery, Rangoon -
"Major A.G.M. Hardingham (Gatton) 2nd Batt. Manchester Regiment. Died Oct. 5th 1926."

Hardy - Lieutenant Francis - 75th Foot - died 3rd October 1852.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Erected by the officers of H.M. 75th Regt in memory of Lieut. Francis Hardy. Born 17th Aug 1830. Died 3rd Oct. 1852."

Hardyman - Major-General Frederick, CB - 17th Foot - died 28th November 1821.
Grave at Meerut -
"In this spot are deposited the remains of Major-General F. Hardyman, CB, late in command of the 2nd Division in Lord Lake's Field Force (late of 17th Foot) 1816. He departed this life on 28th November 1821, in the 55th year of his age; greatly and deservedly regretted by all who knew him, but none more than the officers of His Majesty's 17th Foot, who raised this monument as a small but sincere token of the high esteem and regard in which his memory is held by a Corps, which he so long and so happily commanded."

Hare - ? Richard Henry - 13th Foot - died 22nd June 1875.
Grave at Elmina Cemetery, Cape Coast, Ghana -
"Richard Henry Hare, late 13th Light Infantry, only son of Hon.Henry Hare, born 2 Oct 1845, died 22 Jun 1875."

Hare - Major Peter - 5th Lincoln Battalion - died 1856.
Grave at Disciples Church, Jordan, Canada -
"Major Peter Hare, of the 5th Lincoln Battalion, born 1794, died 1856. aged 62."

Harenc - Lieutenant Archibald Kempt - Royal Navy - died 1st September 1878.
Harenc - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Edward - 5th Lancers -
died 2nd May 1903.
Memorial at Footscray church, Kent -
"Archibald Kempt Harenc Lieutenant R.N. born 21.1.1848 died 1.9.1878 from illness contracted on board Haig Narcissus second son of the late Rev. E.A.F. Harenc. Also his third son Herbert Benjamin Harenc born 30.5.1849 died 17.10.1878. Also his eldest son Charles Edward Harenc, Lt.-Col., late of the 5th Lancers and 4th Bengal Cavalry died 2.5.1903."

Harger - Captain John - 2nd West India Regiment - died 17th Marcg 1856.
Harger - Paymaster Frank - Royal Navy - died February 1874.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In memoriam John Harger Captain 2nd West India Regt Died 17th March 1856 Age 56. Frank Harger Paymaster R.N. Knight of The Legion Of Honour Died In February 1874 Aged 87."

Harling - Risaldar-Major Thomas John - 14th Bengal Lancers - died 4th February 1889.
Grave at Sialkote -
"Sacred to the memory of Thomas John Harling Risaldar Major 14th Bengal Lancers who died at Sialkot on the 4th Feby 1889 aged 59 years. Erected by the British officers of the regiment as a token of regard and appreciation of his long and faithful service of 43 years."

Harman - Lieutenant-Colonel Richard, DSO - 54th Sikh Infantry - killed 11th February 1905.
Son of Rev. Edward Harman. Born 22nd September 1864. Served Hazara 1891 (medal and bar, DSO), Chitral 1895 (medal and bar, wounded), Malakand 1897 (bar), Waziristan 1901 (bar). At Wana he was killed by a sepoy of the South Waziristan Militia who attacked the officers while they were dining.
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat -
"Erected by his brother officers in memory of Bt Lt Col. R.G. Harman, D.S.O. 54th Sikhs F.F. (Commandant S.W. Militia) who lost his life securing a fanatic at Wana, 11th February 1905, thereby probably saving the lives of three other officers."

Harrington - Major Edward Herbert - 33rd Madras Native Infantry - died 9th August 1869.
Memorial in St. Mary's Church, Vizianagram -
"In memory of Major Edward Herbert Harrington 2nd Regt. E.L.I. Wing Officer 33rd Regt. N.I. died at Vizianagrum 9th August 1869 aged 47. This tablet is erected in affectionate remembrance by his brother officers."

Harrington - Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick Donnelly - Bengal Staff Corps - died 13th September 1883.
Grave in Station Cemetery, Gujrat -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt Col. F.D. Harrington B.S.C. died 13 Sept 1883."

Harriott - Colonel David, CB - 6th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 6th September 1851.
Born 1788 at Stambridge, Essex. Son of John & Elizabeth Harriot. Cornet 1803. Colonel 1846. Married Anna Louw, Cape of Good Hope, 1823.
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham -
"Sacred to the memory of Col. David Harriot CB of the Bengal Light Cavalry, who departed this life at Cheltenham, on the 6th of Sept 1851, aged 63. He served in India for the long period of upwards of forty five years and was engaged in the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, in the battle of Punniar in 1843, and in the actions of the Sutlej in 1845 & 46. The Companionship of the most Hon. Order of the Bath, and two medals, attested the estimation in which his merits were held by the government he had so long and faithfully served. His remains are deposited in a vault at Swindon in this county."

Harris - Lieutenant Arthur Matthew Alexander - Royal Engineers -
killed 11th October 1889.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Arthur Matthew Alexander Harris. Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, who was killed by a ghazi at New Chaman 11 Oct. 1889. Aged 24 years."

Harris - Lieutenant William - 21st Punjab Infantry - died 28th November 1876.
Son of Major-General Philip Harris (Bengal Infantry). Born at Mussoorie, 16th June 1849.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of William Harris. Lieutenant 21st Regiment Punjab Infantry who was shot dead by a sepoy of his regiment at Rawulpindee on the 28th November 1876."
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi - "To the glory of God and in affectionate memory of Lieutenant William Harris. 21st Regiment PNI. Suddenly called to his rest at Rawalpindi the 28 Nov. 1876. Aged 27 yrs. The lectern was presented by his brother officers."

Harrison - Major Alan - Royal Warwickshire Regiment - died 12th April 1940.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of their youngest son, Major Alan G.C. Harrison, Royal Warwickshire Regt. Died at Poona, India April 12th 1940. aged 40." (parent's grave)

Harrison - Lieutenant-Colonel John Bacon, CB - 50th Foot - died 15th April 1863.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. Coll. John Bacon Harrison, CB. Late of the 50th Regt. who died at Cheltenham April 15th 1863, aged 85 years. Also of Mary, wife of the above, who died at Clifton, February 23rd 1886, aged 96 years."

Hartree - Major Alan, MC - Royal Artillery -
died 10th March 1930.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Major Alan Hartree, MC, Royal Artillery, who passed away on 10 Mar 1930. Aged 42 years."

Harvest - Major-General Edward Douglass - 97th Foot - died 23rd December 1901.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Major General Edward Douglass Harvest late 97th The Earl of Ulsters Regiment. Born November 20th 1824. Died December 23rd 1901. Also of Theresa Maria (wife of the above and daughter of the late Colonel Ambrose Lane) Born June 21st 1821. Died October 1st 1905."

Harvey - Major-General Edward - died 11th March 1864.
Ensign 1825. Served at Kolapore, India 1827 and on the Staff during operations in Syria 1841. Commanded 3rd Brigade during the capture of Panulla and Pownughur in Dec. 1844.
Memorial at St. Peter's Church, Chester -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General Edward Harvey reposing in simple trust of the merits of the saviour he meekly resigned his spirit March 11th 1864 and is interred in the cemetery at Chester."

Harvey - Lieutenant Henry George - Royal Engineers - died 10th August 1888.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Henry George Harvey, Lieutenant Royal Engineers, who died at Shelabagh in the Khojak Pass on 10 August 1888. Aged 25 years. This stone was erected by his brother officers and friends."

Hastings - Lieutenant-Colonel Edward George Godolphin, CB - Bengal Cavalry - died 2nd December 1884.
Son of Captain Edward Hastings (32nd N.I.). Born at Dinapore, 29th January 1842. Served Hazara 1868 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and 3 bars, star, CB). Married Mabel Henniker, 1st July 1882.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"In loving memory of Edward George Godolphin Hastings Lieutenant Colonel Bengal Cavalry Companion of the Bath Divisional Judge Peshawar. Died 2nd Decr 1884 aged 42."
Tablet in St. John's Church, Peshawar - "In memory of Lt Colonel E.G.G. Hastings C.B. B.S.C. son of Cap. the Hon. E.P. Hastings H.E.I.C.S. born Janry 29th 1842 died Decr 2nd 1884. for twenty years he served in every branch of administration of the Peshawur division, honored by the Government as an able loyal and self-sacrificing public servant, and beloved by the people as an even-handed patient and sympathetic ruler. In 1880 he accompanied Robert's force to Cabul as chief political officer, rewarded by the companionship of the Bath. This tablet is erected by the many friends who loved him and honored one who ever, like the blameless knight, 'forbore his own advantage."

Havelock - Major-General Sir Henry - died 24th November 1857.
Grave at Lucknow -
"Here rest the mortal remains of Sir Henry Havelock, Bart. Major General in the British Army, and Knight Commander of the Bath, who died at Dilkhoosha, Lucknow of dysentry produced by the hardships of a campaign in which he acheived immortal fame on the 24th November 1857. He was born on the 5th April 1795, at Bishops Wearmouth, County Durham, England. Entered the Army in 1815, came to India in 1823. And served there with little inerruption till his death. He bore an honorable part in the Wars of Burmah, Affghanistan, the Mahratta Campaign of 1843, and the Sutlej of 1845-46. Retained by adverse circumstances during many years in a subordinate position, it was the aim of his life to prove that the profession of a Christian is consistent with the fullest discharge of the suties of a soldier. He commanded a division in the Persian Expedition of 1857. In the terible convulsion of that year his genius and character were at length fully developed and known to the world. Saved from shipwreck on the Ceylon coast by that providence which deigned him for yet greater things, he was nominated to the command of the column destined to releive the brave garrison of Lucknow. This object after almost superhuman exertions, he, by the blessing of God accomplished. But he was not spared to receive on earth the rewards so dearly earned. The divine master whom he served, saw fit to remove him from the sphere of his labours, in the moment of his greatest triumphs. He departed to his rest in humble but confident expectation of far greater rewards and honors than those which a grateful country was anxious to bestow. In him the skill of a commander, the courage and devotion of a soldier, the learning of a scholar the grace of a highly bred gentleman, and all the social and domestic virtues of a husband, father, and friend were blended together, and strengthened, harmonized, and adored by the spirit of a true Christian. The result of the influence of the Holy Spirit on his heart and of a humble reliance on the merits of a crucified Saviour. This monument is erected by his sorrowing widow and family."

Hawker - Lieutenant-Colonl Peter Ryves - Horse Gurds - died 6th February 1790
Hawker - Major Lanoe - died 26th April 1857
Hawker - Major Lanoe George, VC, DSO - Royal Flying Corps - died 23rd November 1916
Memorial at St. Nicholas Church, Longparish, Hampshire -
"Peter Ryves Hawker Lt. Col. of His Majesty's First Troop of Horse Guards who died the 6th of February AD 1790 AET 53 and Major Lanoe Hawker who deceased at Madeira 26th April 1857 aged 45. To the glorious memory of Major Lanoe George Hawker, VC, DSO, RFC 30 Dec. 1890. 23 Nov. 1916."

Hawkins - Lieutenant Denis John - 10th Madras Light Infantry - died 8th September 1872.
Grave at Meerut -
"Lieut Denis John Hawkins 105th Regt L.I. Died in Camp Synee near Meerut 8th September 1872 aged 23 years."

Hawks - Lieutenant John Shaftoe Hawks - 7th Native Infantry - died 13th June 1844.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery , Delhi-
"To the memory of Lieut. John Shaftoe Hawks late Adjutant 7th Regt N.I. who departed this life at Delhi on the 13 June 1844 aged 33 years this tomb is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their respect & esteem."

Hawtry - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry - 3rd Bengal Light Cavalry - Died 7th July 1833.
Memorial in St. John's Church, Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant-Colonel Henry Hawtry commanding the 3rd Bengal Light Cavalry, died 7th July 1833, aged 49 years. This tablet is placed in St. John's Church as a mark of respect and etseem by the officers of his Corps."

Hay - Major-General John - Madras Army - died 25th May 1902.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of John Charles Hay Major General Madras Army who died May 25th 1902 Aged 71 years."

Hay - Lieutenant William - Royal Artillery - died 7th June 1851.
Son of Captain Robert Hay (HEIC Marine Service). Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Kohat -
"Sacred to the memory of 1st Lieutenant William Hay, of the Bengal Artillery, who died at Kohat on the 7th June 1851 aged 33 years. This tomb has been erected by his brother officers."
Memorial at Christ Church, Cheltenham -
"Dedicated by his widowed mother to the memory of William Hay, Lieut in the Bengal Artillery, youngest and only remaining son of the late Capt. Robert Hay HEICS, who died at Kohat in the Punjab on the 7th of June 1851, aged 33 years."
"Sacred to the memory of Robert Hay, late commander of the HEI Company ship Astell who departed this life on the 16th of Aug, 1849, aged 71 years. Also that of his eldest son, John Monckton Hay, of the Bengal Civil Service, who died at Singapore on the 11th of June 1843, aged 29 yrs."

Haydon - Lieutenant Thomas - Bengal Artillery - died 26th October 1846.
Served Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Thomas Haydon of the Bengal Artillery who died at Simla on the 26th of October 1846. This monument is erected as a testimony of affectionate regard by his brother officers."

Hayes - Quarter-Master Frederick - 80th Foot - died 19th June 1846.
Served 12 years in the ranks. Commissioned 1837. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Frederick Hayes Esqre Quarter Master of H.M. 80th Regt who departed this life June 19th 1846 aged 39 years."

Hearn - Lieutenant Francis George - Bengal Staff Corps - died 10th June 1866.
Date error on inscription. Tablet in Shaikh Budin Church -
"Francis George Hearn Lt Bengal Staff Corps Died at Shekah Boodeen June 8th 1866 aged 25 years."

Heathcote - Colonel Mark Henry, CB - 14th Bengal Lancers - died 22nd October 1883.
Born in London, 4th February 1836. Served Perak 1875 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and bar, CB). Married Louisa Ommaney at Simla, 17th February 1877.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Mark Henry Heathcote. Colonel. C.B. Commandant XIVth Bengal Lancers died at Lahore 22nd Octbr 1883 aged 47."

Heberden - Lieutenant Frederick - 55th Foot - died 27th March 1859.
Memorial at Wilmington, Kent -
"Frederick Heberden, Lieut. of H.M. 55th Regiment and only son of the Rev. Frederick Heberden died 27.3.1859 in his 22nd year. Also Frederick Heberden 36 years vicar of this parish who died 6.9.1876 aged 65. Also Eleanor St. Barbe, widow of the above died 25.4.1879 in her 68th year. Also Eleanor St Barbe, elder daughter of the above died 28.4.1912 aged 76."

Hebbert - Lieutenant George Peter - Bengal Engineers - died 19th November 1847.
Grave in Upper Assam -
"Sacred to the memory of George Peter Hebbert, late a Lieutenant in the Bengal Engineers, he died in Upper Assam on the 19th November 1847, aged 25 years, 7 months and 3 days. This is erected by his poor bereaved and disconsolate widow, H.H."

Hedham - Lieutenant-General Charles - Bengal Army - died 4th January 1892.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire - "In loving memory of Charles Hedham Lieutenant General Bengal Service Corps Died 4th January 1892."

Hele - Captain Philip Selby - Carnatic European Veterans Battalion - died 7th May 1828.
Grave at Vizagapatam -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Philip Selby Hele, late of the Carnatic European Veteran Battn, who departed this life on the 7th May 1828."

Heming - Ensign Arthur Lloyd - 77th Foot - died 15th April 1867.
Grave at Peshawar -
"To the memory of Arthur Lloyd Heming. Ensign, Her Majesty's 77th Regiment who died at Peshawar 15th April 1867. Aged 21 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Henderson - Major Benjamin, CB - Bengal Staff Corps - died 23rd August 1861.
Son of David Henderson, of Stemster, Caithness. Born 29th August 1823. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and bar).
Grave at Kohat -
"Sacred to the memory of Benjamin Henderson Major in the Bengal Staff Corps companion of the Bath Deputy Commissioner of Kohat who died at Kohat on the 23rd August 1861, aged 38 years. selected for a post of difficulty and animated by a high sense of duty, he laboured successfully to promote the welfare of the border tribes. his early death was deplored alike, by the comrades of his frontier life, and by the government he had so ably served."

Henderson - Lieutenant George St. Julien - 29th Foot - died 24th November 1846.
Grave at Ambala -
"Sacred to the memory of George St. Julien Henderson, Lieutenant H.M.'s 29th Regiment, died on the 24th November 1846, aged 23 years, deeply regretted by his brother officers."

Henderson - Brigadier-General Joseph Hume - 24th Bombay Native Infantry - died 27th June 1881.
Grave at Quetta -
"To the memory of Brigadier General Joseph Hume Henderson, late commandant 24th Bombay Native Infantry, who died at Quetta on 27 June 1881."

Henry - Captain Charles John - 56th Foot - died 3rd October 1879.
Grave at St. Peter's church, Leckhampton, Cheltenhham -
"In memory of Charles John Henry. Late Captain 56th Regiment. Born 3rd November 1806. Died 3rd October 1879."

Henry - Captain Peter - 14th Foot - died 4th June 1808.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Peter Henry of his Majesty's fourteenth Regiment of Infantry, son of Mr. Thomas Henry, F.R.S., London, and President of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Manchester. His zeal in the discharge of the duties of his profession, his uniform kindness to the subalterns and privates of the Regt. and his friendly and social disposition, joined to his other virtues, rendered his death a source of real sorrow to the officers of the distinguished corps in which he served above ten years. He died June 4th, 1808, aged 24 years."

Henry - Colonel Graham - died 25th December 1861
Henry - Captain Robert - Royal Marine Artillery -
died October 1849
Henry - Lieutenant Thomas - 28th Foot -
died 1824
Memorial in St. Mary's Churchyard, Delvin, Co. Westmeath -
"Underneath are deposited the mortal remains of ..... Thomas Henry Esqr their 2nd son who died 25th October 1795 aged 53 years and Elizabeth Henry alias Little his wife who died 5th April 1805 .... The 3 remaining sons of Thomas and Elizabeth Henry are not interred here viz Col. Graham Henry who died in Bath 25th Decr 1861 aged 71 years. Capt. Robert Henry RMA died in Bath October 1849 aged 59 years, and Lieut. Thomas Henry 28th Foot at Sierra Leone in 1824 aged 31 years."

Herbert - Captain Richard Athelustan - 46th Bengal Native Infantry - died 16th November 1848.
Son of George Arthut Herbert, of Glan Hafren, Montgomery.
Grave at Jullundur -
"In memory of Bt Captn R.A. Herbert 46th Regt N.I. who died on the 16th of November 1848 aged 37 years erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem and regret."

Herring - Lieutenant-Colonel John, CB - 37th Bengal Native Infantry - killed 3rd September 1839.
Born 1789, son of Rev. Athanasius and Mary Herring. Ensign 1805. Lt-Col. 1838. Served Nepal War 1814-15; ADC to Major-General Lambert Loveday 1821-24; siege of Bhurtpore 1825. CB 1838. Afghan War 1838-9. Murdered by tribesmen near Haidar Khel while escorting army pay to Kabul. Order of Durani 1840.
Memorial at St. Mary the Virgin, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. Col. John Herring C.B. (son of the late Revd A. Herring vicar of this parish) who died at Hyderkhail Sept. 3rd 1839 in the 50th year of his age when in command of the 37th Regt. Bengal N.I. on his march with the Army of the Indus. His remains are interred in the Armenian Burial Ground at Cabool in Afghanistan where a tablet has been erected to his memory. In full appreciation of his character as a soldier and his private excellence as a man this tablet is inscribed bu his friends & brother officers in the Regt. to which he was attached for a period of 34 years."

Heslet - Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Jackson - Royal Artillery - died 15th April 1925.
Grave at Aghadowey Parish Church, St. Guaire, Co. Londonderry Northern Ireland -
"In memory of Richard Jackson Heslet, Lt. Col, Royal Artillery, of Bovagh, Aghadowey, born 31 October 1840, entered into rest 15 April 1925 and his wife, Emily Mary Linzee, born 12 December 1852, died 19 January 1944."

Hewson - Lieutenant J.F. - Royal Engineers - killed 26th July 1877.
Grave at Lytton Road Cemetery, Quetta -
"Lieutenant J.F. Hewson, Royal Engineers. Assassinated at Quetta on 26th July 1877. Aged 30 years."

Hext - Captain Charles Staniforth - 8th Foot - died 26th January 1855.
Son of John Hext, of Trenarren, Cornwall. Born 5th February 1816.
Grave at Attock -
"Sacred to the memory of C.S. Hext late Captn 8th Kings Regt who departed this life on the 26th Jany 1855 in the 39th year of his age. This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."

Heyland - Major Alexander S. - Royal Artillery - died 17th July 1914.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"To the beloved memory of Alexander S. Heyland late Major Royal Artillery who fell asleep at Naples July 17th 1914 in his 74th year."

Hickey - Captain Charles Edmund - 1st Bengal Native Infantry - died 10th September 1852.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles Edmund Hickey Captain in the 1st Regiment B.N.I. and Brigade Major at this station. obiit 10th September 1852. aged 32 years."

Hickey - Captain William Alexander George - 32nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 17th October 1855.
Son of Lieutenant William Hickey (2nd N.I.). Served Punjab 1848 (medal). Married Sarah Nash at Bareilly, 29th April 1851.
Grave at Lahore -
"William Alexander George Hickey Capt. xxxii Regt B.N.I. and n: in command of the xvth Regt. B.I.C. died at Lahore Oct. xvii: mdccclv. aged xxxi years."

Hicks - Major Henry Wilkins - 11th Bengal Native Infantry - died 6th January 1812.
Born 1761. Ensign 1783. Major 1810.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Henry Wilkins Hicks 11th Regt. N.I. Obit. 6th January 1812, aged 50 years."
Memorial at St. Mary the Virgin, Speen, Berkshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Henry Wilkins Hicks of the 11th Regiment of Native Infantry obit January the 6th 1812 aged 50 years and lies near Calcutta."

Hicks - Captain John - H.E.I.C.S. - died 8th October 1781.
Ensign 1773. Captain 1781.
Memorial at St. Mary the Virgin, Speen, Berkshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Hicks Major of Brigade to a detachment of the Honble East India Company's Army serving against the Mahrattas who died October 8th 1781 aged 32 years and lies buried in the neighbourhood of Gwalior in the Soobah of Agrah in the East Indies."

Higginson - Lieutenant Philip Talbot - 87th Foot - died 9th August 1818.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Philip Talbot Higginson late of His Majesty's 87th Regt who departed this life the 9th day of August 1818 aged 27 years. This stone is erected by his brother officers in testimony of their respect."

Hill - Captain Arthur Joseph - East Surrey Regiment - died 18th September 1900.
Wimblington Parish Church -
"Captain Arthur Joseph Hill, 1st East Surrey Regiment, was the second son of the Reverend Joseph & Mrs Emily Hill and was killed in an explosion at Tung Chan while serving with the 1st Chinese Regiment on 18th September 1900, aged 37 years. He was present at the taking of Taku, Tientsin and Pekin. Rev. Hill was Rector of Wimblington for 30 years."

Hill - Colonel Boyle Travers - 3rd Punjab Volunteer Rifles - died 19th August 1887.
Grave at Srinagar -
"In loving memory of Boyle Travers Hill, late Col. 3rd Punjab Volunteer Rifle Corps, Died here 19th August 1887. Aged 45 years. Deeply regretted by his family & friends. Erected by his sorrowing wife. R.I.P."

Hill - Major-General Sir Dudley St. Leger, KCB - 50th Foot - died 21st February 1851.
Served South America 1807 (95th Foot), Peninsula (gold cross and clasp, medal and 4 bars, wounded twice, Portugal Order of Tower & Sword, 4 Portuguese medals.), CB in 1815, Knighted 1816, KCB 1848. Married Caroline Hunter.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General Sir Dudley St. Leger Hill, KCB, Colonel of H.M. 50th Regt who died at Umballah while in command of the Sirhind division on the 21st February 1851."

Hill - Lieutenant Dudley St. Leger - Royal Artillery - died 6th August 1875.
Grave at Waltair -
"In memory of Dudley St. Leger Hill Lieut. Royal Artillery died 6th August 1875 aged 26 years."

Hill - Captain Henry - 57th Foot - died 17th May 1848.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"To the memory of Henry Hill, Captain of the 57th Foot, who died the 17th of May 1848, aged 44 years."

Hill - Lieutenant John Lewis - 2/6th Bengal Native Infantry - died 25th April 1813.
Born 1781, son of John and Elizabeth Hill. Ensign 1800. Lieut. 1803. Served 2nd Mahratta War.
Grave at Ludhiana -
"This monument is erected to the memory of Lieut. John Lewis Hill late of the 2nd Battn 6th Regt N.I. (ob. April 25th 1813 aet. 32) by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem for the deceased."

Hill - Lieutenant-Colonel Richard Barton - Bengal Army - died 19th April 1873.
Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar). Married Annie Tritton at Ambala, 26th January 1858.
Grave at Simla -
"Richard Barton Hill Lt Colonel H.M. Bengal Infantry died at Simla 19th April 1873 aged 38 years."

Hillier - Ensign Henry Curry - 20th Bengal Native Infantry - died 18th December 1848.
Grave at Barahdari Garden, Ramnagar -
"In memory of Ensign Henry Curry Hillier 20th N.I. who died of small-pox at Ramnuggur 18th December 1848 in his 25th year. This stone is erected by two of his brothers."

Hinde - Major-General John, CB - 8th Foot - died 1st March 1881.
His son, Lieutenant Charles Hinde (1st Bombay N.I.) was killed at Maiwand, Afghanistan, 27 July 1880.
Memorial at Powick church, Worcestershire -
"In affectionate memory of Major General John Hinde CB late Lieutenant-Colonel commanding the 1st Battalion 8th (The King's) Regiment. Born August 2, 1814. Died March 1, 1881. This tablet is erected by the officers of the 1st Warwickshire Rifle Volunteers, of which Regiment he was for 10 years Lieutenant-Colonel."

Hodder - Lieutenant - 2/16th Native Infantry - died 6th May 1819.
Grave at Chitaldroog Cemetery, Mysore - 
"Sacred to the memory of Lt. and Adjt. Hodder of the 2nd Battn. 16th Regt. N.I., who departed this life on the 6th of May 1819, aged 25. This memento is raised by his Brother Officers to commemorate his many virtues." 

Hodges - Lieutenant Edward Boucher - Royal Marines - died 3rd May 1847.
Memorial at Northam church, Devon -
"To the memory of Lieut Edward Boucher Hodges R.M. Died May 3rd 1847 Aged 50 years leaving a widow and eight children to lament his loss. "

Hodgson - Lieutenant-Colonel George Robert - Bombay Staff Corps - died 25th December 1897.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving memory of Lt. Colonel George Robert Hodgson Bombay Staff Corps. Born November 25th 1843 Died Xmas Morning 1897."

Hodgson - Major-General John Anthony - Bengal Army - died 28th March 1848.
Born 1777, son of George Hodgson, of Sheraton, Co. Durham. Ensign 1800. Served Ceylon 1803, Mahratta War 1805. Major-General 1841. Married Matilda Harriot at Calcutta, 6th February 1822.
Grave in Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of John Anthony Hodgson, of Sheraton, in the county of Durham, Major General Bengal Army and Colonel of the 14th Regt BNI who departed this life at Umballah on the 28th March 1848 aged 71 years."

Hodson - Lieutenant-Colonel Benjamin - 7th Madras Native Infantry - died 16th February 1869.
Born 1817, son of Colonel Charles Robert George Hodson (St. Helena Infantry) and Maria. Married Jane Doveton at Bath, 10th October 1848. Died of typhoid.
Grave at Penang -
"In loving memory of Benjamin Hodson Lt Col 7th Regt. M.N.I. who departed this life 16th Feb 1869 aged 52 years. Erected by his widow Jane Hodson."

Hodson - Colonel Charles - Madras Army - died 14th November 18....
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Colonel Charles William Hodson late of the Madras Native Infantry. Born 30 September 18--- Died 14th November 18---."

Hogg - Major-General George Crawford, CB - Bombay Cavalry - died 12th October 1921.
Born 13th Sept. 1842. Bombay Cavalry 1858; served Afghanistan 1878-80 (MID, medal); QMG Bombay Army 1891-5; CB 1896; CO Deesa District 1895-1900; Colonel 34th Poona Horse 1904; unemployed list 1904.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Major General George Crawford Hogg CB. Bombay Cavalry. Born Sept. 13th 1842. Died October 12th 1921."

Holbrow - Colonel John - Bengal Army - died 16th July 1849.
Born 1790, son of Samuel and Sarah Holbrow, of Stonehouse, Devon. Ensign 1806. Colonel 1843. Served in Nepal War 1814-15; Third Mahratta War. Died at Kent, 16th July 1849.
Memorial at St. Swithen's Church, Leonard Stanley, Glos. -
"In memory of Colonel John Holbrow, of the Bengal Army, second son of the late Samuel and Sarah Holbrow. He died 16th of July, 1849, aged 58 years."

Holford - Lieutenant Charles Alfred - 4th Dragoon Guards -
died 13th October 1903.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"In loving memory of Charles Alfred Holford 4th Dragoon Guards, son of H.P. Holford late 10th Hussars. born 19th April 1876. Died 13th October 1903 at Dehra Dun."

Holles - Major-General John Joseph - 25th Foot - died 30th March 1860.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General John Joseph Holles, of the 25th Regnt. who departed this life at Cheltenham, the 30th March 1860, aged 76 years. Also of Jane, widow of the abovem who died at Cheltenham on the 9th April 1875." 

Hollway - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles - 91st Foot - died 24th March 1896.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In loving memory of Lieut-Colonel Charles Hollway Late 91st (Argyll and Sutherland) Highlanders. Born 10th April 1839 died in Rome 24th March 1896."

Holmden - Major Frank Alfred Amphlett, DSO - King's Own Scottish Borderers - died 22nd January 1935.
Served Matabele War 1898 (medal), South Africa 1899-1902 (QSA 2 clasps, KSA 2 clasps, MID, DSO 1900); British North Borneo Protectorate. Retired. Senior recruiting officer, Birmingham.
Memorial at St. Peter & St. Paul's church, Edenbridge, Kent -
"To the memory of Major Frank Alfred Amphlett Holmden DSO of Intwood Southbourne Hants, eldest son of the late Frank and Sarah Ann Holmden of Marlpit House Edenbridge. Born 9th April 1861. Died 22nd January 1935. Served with the Bechuanaland Border Police (Mounted Infantry) in the Matabele War (1898) and with the British South Africa Police, the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment and the King's Own Scottish Borderers in the South African War 1899-1902 including the Siege of Mafeking - Mentioned in Dispatches. He was a benefactor of this church."

Holmes - Lieutenant-Colonel Griffiths, CB - Bengal Army - died 1st March 1850.
Born in London 2nd Jan. 1788, son of Thomas Holmes. Ensign 1809. Lt-Col. 1848. Served in Nepal 1815, Burma War 1824-5, Punjab 1849 (medal and bar, CB). He died at Kalka.
Grave at Kasauli -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Griffith Holmes, CB who departed this life on the 1st of March 1850, aged 60 years, 2 months, & 3 days. He was beloved and respected by all who knew him and left a wife & large family to deplore his irreparable loss."

Holmes - Lieutenant Stanley George - 4/15th Punjab Infantry - died 15th May 1935.
Aged 23. Died of gun shot wounds to the head.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Lieutenant S.G. Holmes. 4th Battalion 15th Punjab Regiment. 15th May 1935."

Holworthy - Major-General A.W.W., DSO, MC - 3rd Ghurka Rifles
Memorial at All Saints Church, Coddington -
"In Loving Memory of Major General A.W.W.Holworthy D.S.O. M.C. of Coddington Cross. Late 3rd QAO Gurkha Rifles 1897-1983. Churchwarden and treasurer of this Parish."

Home - Paymaster David - 55th Foot - died 21st Janaury 1854.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Cheltenham -
"Beneath are deposited the remains of David Home Esq. late Paymaster of the 55th Regiment of Foot died 21st January 1854 aged 91 years."

Home - Brigadier George - 16th Lancers - died 13th December 1833.
Grave at the Christian Cemetery, Cawnpore - "This monument is erected by the officers of H.M. 16 Lancers as a token of respect and regard to the memory of Brigadier George Home Lieutenant Colonel of H.M 16 Lancers in which corps he served with the utmost gallantry and distinction for a period of nearly Forty Years. Died in command of the Cawnpore station the 13th of December 1833 aged 59 Years."

Home - Ensign George Row - 49th Bengal Native Infantry - died 21st October 1856.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign G.R. Home 49th regiment N.I. who died at Meean Meer on the 21st of October 1856 aged 19 years deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this tablet is erected."

Home - Lieutenant John - 42nd Royal Highlanders - died 13th April 1849.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland -
"John Home, Lieutenant and Paymaster 42d Royal Highlanders, 1795 to 1820. Received the Sultan's gold medal for Egypt, 1801, and the Peninsular war medal, with seven clasps, for Corunna, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse; died 13th April 1849, aged 72 years."

Hookham - Captain George Edward - Royal Gloucestershire Hussars - died 6th April 1923.
Memorial at St. Edward Church, Stow on the Wold -
"To the glory of God. These doors presented by Mark Hookham are in memory of his son George Edward Hookham late Capt. Royal Gloucester. Hussars, who died 6th of April 1923, Aged 31 years, having served in the Great War in Palestine and Egypt."

Hope - General Sir James Archibald, GCB - 9th Foot - died 30th December 1871.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos. -
"In memoriam. General Sir James Archibald Hope, GCB. Late Colonel of the 9th Regiment of Foot East Norfolk. Born 14th April 1786. Died 30th December 1871."

Hope - Lieutenant John Dawson - Royal Marine Artillery - died 5th July 1858.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"In a course of service which involved a circuit of the entire globe, the officers of HMS Pylades, mourned the loss by premature death of the following of their shipmates Lieut. John Dawson Hope RMA who died at Calcutta July 5th 1858 Aged 21 years. The Revd Andrew Le Brocq who died on his homeward passage Sept 19th 1858 Aged 33 years. Alexander Jeffreys Pay Mr who died at Vancouver Island April 25th 1859. In sincere sorrow for their untimely deaths this small tribute of affection is erected by their brother officers in testimony of their worth."

Hope - Assistant-Surgeon Samuel - 93rd Foot - died 23rd October 1862.
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."

Hopkins - Major Francis - 15th Foot - died 3rd June 1913.
Grave at Northam cemetery, Devon -
"In loving Memory Of Rachel, the beloved wife of Major F. P. Hopkins Late H.M. 15th Regt. Died on the 6th June 1912 Aged 83 Years. Also in loving memory of Francis P. Hopkins Major, Late 15th Regt. Died 3rd June 1913 Aged 83 Years."

Hopper - Captain Edward Keene - 73rd Bengal Native Infantry - died 17th October 1843.
Born 1809, son of Edward and Margaret Hopper. Ensign 1825. Captain 1840.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery , Delhi-
"To the memory of Bt Capt Edward Keane Hopper 73rd Regt N.I. his brother officers in testimony of regard, erected this stone. Obt October 17th 1843. Aetat 35."

Hopton - Lieutenant Conan - 63rd Foot - died 8th September 1838.
Grave at Moulmein -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Conan Hopton of H.M. 63d Regt. who departed this life on the 8th September 1838, aged 23 years, sincerely lamented by all his brother officers and friends, by whom he was universally loved."

Hopwood - Captain Charles Daniel - Highland Light Infantry - died 8th July 1895.
Grave at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana -
"Captain Charles Daniel Hopwood of the Highland Light Infantry, 3rd son of James Thomas Hopwood of Lincoln's Inn, London, died Accra 8 Jul 1895 aged 24."

Horne - Lieutenant Alexander - 62nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 24th May 1834.
Born 18th December 1808 at St. Vincent, West Indies. Son of John Horne, of St. Vincent. Ensign 1825. Lieut. 1825. Served First Burma War 1825.
Grave at Subathu -
"Sacred to the memory of Alexr Horne Lieutt 62nd Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 24th March 1834, aged 25 years and 6 months."

Horsford - Major-General Sir John, KCB - Bengal Artillery - died 20th April 1817.
Born 2nd May 1751, son of John Horsford, of Middlesex. Enlisted as a Private in the East India Co. Artillery. Arrived in India 1772. Rose to Sergeant. Lieut. 1778. Major-General 1813. Served in Third Mysore War; Bangalore; Seringapatam; Siege of Pondicherry 1793; Second Mahratta War, Aligarh, Delhi, Agra, Laswari, Deig, Bhurtpore; Dhundia Khan operations 1807; siege of Hathras. KCB 1815.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Sir John Horsford, Knight Commander of HM Most Honorable Order of the Bath. A Major General on the Staff and Colonel Commandant of Artillery on the HC Bengal Establishment who after a long career of meritorious service distinguished by the most perfect integrity and honor, departed this life on the 20th of April AD1817 aged 66. An exemplary victim to that spirited ardour and high sense of duty, which led him but a few weeks before under great bodily sufferings and in very severe weather to manifest his professional skill and fortitude at the siege and capture of Hattrass."

Hoste - Lieutenant-Colonel William Dashwood - 6th Punjab Infantry - died 28th October 1872.
Son of Rev. James Hoste, of Norfolk. Born at Litcham, Norfolk, 17th March 1826. Served in the Crimea 1855 (medal and bar), Mutiny 1857 (medal), Umbeyla 1863 (medal and bar).
Grave at Old Cemetery, Dera Ismail Khan -
"In memory of Lieut. Colonel Dashwood Hoste commandant VI Punjab Infantry died October 28 1872 erected by the officers of the regiment."

Houghton - Major Richard - 73rd Foot - died 10th March 1868.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In memory of Major Richard Rollo Houghton. 73rd Regt. Died at Cheltenham March 10 1868 aged 77."

Houston - Lieutenant Alexander Cruikshank - 62nd Bengal Native Infantry - died 29th May 1855.
Born at Grantown, Inverness. Grave at Fort Abazai -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Houston 62nd Bengal Native Infantry, who died at Abazai 29th May 1855. Aged 24 years, 5 months. This tablet is erected by his brother officers."

Hovington - Major-General R. - died 4th March 1903.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"In loving memory of Major General R. Hovington. Died in London 4 March 1903. aged 67."

Howard - Lieutenant J.B. - 2/14th Native Infantry - died 31st August 1822.
Grave at Chitaldroog Cemetery, Mysore -
 "Sacred to the memory of Lieut. J.B. Howard, 2nd Batn. XIVth Regt. N.I., who died on the 31st August 1822. Sincerely regretted the officers of his Corps."

Howard - Captain Thomas Ward - Bengal Infantry - died 24th December 1807.
Grave at Calcutta -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Thomas Ward Howard of the Bengal Infantry, who departed this life the 24th December 1807, aged 42 years."

Howse - Major John - Wicklow Militia - died 14th September 1804.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Here lies the body of John Howse, Esq. Major of the Wicklow Militia, who departed this life on the 14th of September 1804 Anno Domini 1804 aged 60 years."

Hudson - Captain William James - 61st Foot - died 6th May 1857.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and 2 bars). Married Mary Burnside at Ambala, 18th March 1847.
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of William J. Hudson Esqr Captain in Her Ms 61st Reg who died on the 6th day of May 1857 aged 32 years. Deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this monument has been erected."

Hughes - Captain Edward Cumberland Thomas Bostock - Bengal Artillery - died 16th October 1837.
Born 8 July 1803 at Killinick, Co. Wexford. Son of Rev. William and Elizabeth Hughes. 2nd Lt. 1820. Captain 1837. Died of wounds received in a duel on the previous evening with Lieutenant James Keating (13th Foot). Lieutenant Keating was court martialled and dismissed from the service.
Tablet in St. James' Church, Karnal - "To the memory of E.C.T.B. Hughes Esqr Captain Artillery Regiment, Obit Kurnaul 16th Octr 1837. Aetat 34 Years. This the tribute of a friend."

Hughes - Colonel James - Lancers - died 29th December 1845.
Cornet, April 1800. Wounded at Ellite, in the South of France. Medal & 2 clasps.
Grave at The Protestant Cemetery, Florence, Italy -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel James Hughes CB, third son of the Reverend Edward Hughes Kinmel Park in the county of Denbigh and of Ilisdulas in the county of Anglesea. He died on the 29th December 1845 this memorial in token of his great affection was erected by his only surviving brother William Lewis Lord Dinorben. Colonel Hughes entered the army at an early age as Cornet of Lancers . . . promoted into the . . . in Portugal and . . . under the command of L. Gen Moore he was with the advanced guard at the Escurial and present at the different affairs which were had during the retreat and at the memorable action of Corunna where the brave Sir John Moore fell early in 1813. The Colonel joined the army in Spain commanded by the Duke of Wellington, he was present at the Battle of Morales and had the good fortune to command the 1st at those of Vittoria, Nivelle Nive and Orthes. On the 28th of March 1814 at the head of one squadron of this distinguished Regiment he charged and drove a French regiment of Dragoons under the guns of S. Cyprian and on the 18th April following he attacked and carried the bridge of Croix d'Orade defended by Vial's Dragoon while the opposite banks were lined with dismounted Carbiniers. This success secured the communication of the allied columns and opened the road to Tolouse. The Colonel was severely wounded in an affair at Ellite, for his several services he was rewarded with distinguishing crosses."

Hughes - Major-General Thomas Elliott - Royal Artillery - died 24th May 1886.
Born in Cornwall, 6th January 1830. Served Ranizai 1852 (medal and bar), Mahsud 1860 (medal and bar), Umbeyla 1863 (bar).
Grave at Simla -
"IHS. Thomas Elliott Hughes Major General R.A. Died May 24th 1886 aged 56. Ubique. Quo fas et gloria ducunt."
Tablet in Christ Church, Simla - "In remembrance of Thomas Elliott Hughes Major-General Royal (late Bengal) Artillery, Director General of Ordnance in India 1884-6, Military Member of Council, Government of India 1886. Born Jan. 6th 1830. Died at Simla May 24th 1886. This memorial is erected by those who loved him, brother officers and friends."

Hughes - Captain William Grant Carnac - 4th Bombay Rifles - died 1st July 1849.
Son of Captain George Fenner Hughes (Bombay Infantry). Born in India, 1819.
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain W.G.C. Hughes 4th or Bombay Rifles died 1st July 1849, aged 30 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a mark of their esteem & regard."

Hulse - Field Marshal Samuel - 62nd Foot - died 3rd January 1837.
Ensign Dec. 1761 (1st Foot Guards); Lt-Col. 1780. Served in Holland 1793 (Vallencienes and Lincelles). Major-General 1793. Commanded a Brigade in Flanders 1794-5. Colonel 56th Foot 1795. 19th Foot 1798. Commanded Expedition to the Helder 1799. CO Southern District 1799-1802. General 1806. Lt-Gov. Chelsea Hospital 1806. Colonel 62nd Foot 1810.
Memorial at Wilmington, Kent -
"In the vault beneath lie the remains of the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Hulse, Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Field Marshal in the Army, Colonel of the 62nd Regiment of Foot and Governor of the Royal Hospital, Chelsea. He was the second son of Sir Edward Hulse of Breamore in the County of Hants., Baronet and nephew of Richard Hulse, Esq., to whose estate in the County of Kent he succeeded in the year 1805. He was born on 2 March 1746 and died on the 3rd of January 1837. This is then followed by his career in the Army, etc. Also in the same vault are deposited the remains of Charlotte, Lady Hulse who died on the 6 February 1842, in her 90th year."

Hume - Lieutenant-General Sir Robert, GCB - 55th Foot - died 5th February 1908.
Born 23 Nov. 1828. Ensign 1847. Lt-General 1883. Served in the Crimea 1854-5 (wounded twice, MID, medal 3 clasps, Legion of Honour and 5th Class Medjidie); Bhutan Expedition 1865 (medal & clasp), CO Saugar District 1874-7; Allahabad Division 1879-80; Afghanistan 1880-1, Lahore Division 1881-4. Colonel KOYLI 1893, Colonel Border Regt. 1903.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"In loving memory of Lieut General Sir Robert Hume, GCB Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, late 55th Regiment who passed away in his 81st year on 5th February 1908."

Humfrays - Captain Alexander - Bengal Artillery - 17th August 1846.
Son of Captain Richard Humfrays (Bengal Engineers). Born at Allahabad, 1806. Served Punniar 1843 (star). Married Louisa Sutherland at Calcutta, 8th February 1842.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Alexander Humfrays. Bengal Artillery who departed this life at Delhi, on the 17th August 1846 aged 40 years. This monument is erected by his friends and brother officers as a token of their esteem."

Hunt - Captain Robert - 61st Foot - died 31st August 1857.
Grave in Kasauli -
"Erected by his brother Officers to the memory of Captain Robert Hunt Hr Ms 61st Regt who died on the 31st of August 1857 of disease contracted at the siege of Delhi aged 33 years 3 months."

Hunter - Captain James - 26th Bengal Native Infantry - died 8th December 1817.
Born in Edinburgh, 29th September 1777. Served in 2nd Mahratta War, wounded at Deig. Serving with 2/4th N.I. when he died at Hapur.
Grave at Meerut -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain James Hunter of the 26th N. Infantry who departed this life the 8th Dec. 1817. Aged 39."

Huntley - Major William - 9th Bengal Lancers - died 1st June 1843.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Bt Major William Huntley late Captain HM 9th Queen's Bengal Lancers who died at Cawnpore on the first day of June 1843 in the 46th year of his age."

Hurt - Major James - 9th Lancers - died 26th December 1864.
Hurt - Captain Charles - 10th Foot - died 26th October 1861.
Memorial at Wirksworth Cemetery, Derbyshire -
"Sacred to the memory of James Hurt late Major 9th Lancers who died Decr 26th 1864 in the 80th year of his age. Mary Margaret the wife of James Hurt who departed this life September 10th 1857 aged 68 years also of . . . Charles Hurt late Capt H.M. 10th Regt of Foot third son of James & Mary Margaret Hurt died on his way home from the Cape of Good Hope October 26th 1861 aged 27 years."

Hutchins - Captain Allen Marriott - 3rd Gurkha Rifles - died 3rd December 1911.
Memorial at St Mary of the Salutation, Welshpool -
"To the memory of Captain Allen Marriott Hutchins 3rd Queen Alexandra's Own Gurkha Rifles who died at Dibrugarh on the 3rd December 1911 from pneumonia contracted on the Abor Expdition aged 23 years. This brass is a replica of the one placed in Almora Church, U.P. by his brother officers."

Hutchinson - Lieutenant William Caldwell - Bengal Artillery - died 3rd September 1848.
Son of John Russ Hutchinson (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Burdwan, Bengal, 12th May 1824. Served Sutlej 1845 (medal and 2 bars).
Grave at Simla -
"Sacred to the memory of William Caldwell Hutchinson Lieut. Bengal Arty who departed this life September 3rd 1848 aged 24."

Hutchison - Colonel George - 80th Foot - died 3rd May 1859.
Served Burma 1852 (medal and bar).
Tablet in Christ Church, Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of George Hutchison Colonel H.M. 80th Regt and Brigadier of the Sind Saugur district who died at Rawal Pindee on the 3rd of May 1859 aged 63 years. he served his Country for the period of 46 years and during his long and honourable career held many important staff appointments & commands. his health was sacrificed by exposure to the climate whilst engaged in the command of his regiment at the beginning of the late war. And Brigadier Hutchinson may be numbered amongst the many who have fallen in consequence of the mutiny he was a zealous & true soldier and possessed a benevolent & amiable disposition to an eminent degree."

Huxham - Lieutenant-Colonel George Corham - 30th Punjab Infantry - died 14th November 1874.
Born at Teignmouth, Devon, 23rd April 1826. Served Mutiny 1857 (medal and bar), Bhutan 1864 (medal and bar). Married Ann Beckett at Mussoorie, 12th June 1855.
Grave at Taikal Cemetery, Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of George Corham Huxham Lieut Colonel 30th Regt P.N.I. who died at Peshawur 14th November 1874. Erected as a token of affection by his widow."