Ievers - Lieutenant Henry Gillman - Royal Tank Corps - died 16th December 1935.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Here lies Henry Gillman Ievers. Lieutenant. Royal Tank Corps. Beloved younger son of Major Eyre Ievers of Mount Ievers, Co. Clare, Ireland. Died Peshawar after a riding accident 16th December 1935. Aged 25. This memorial is placed here by his brother officers as a tribute to his memory."

Ingleby - Lieutenant Arthur - 1st Royal Dragoons - died 10th April 1824.
Grave at St. Mary's churchyard, Lancaster -
"Ingleby. Lieut. Arthur of the 1st Royal Dragoons, died 10 April 1824 Aged 30."

Inglis - Captain John - 11th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 16th February 1849.
Served Ghuzni 1839 (medal), Punjab 1848 (medal and bar). Married Louisa Loveday at Neemuch, 3rd November 1835.
Grave at Multan -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Inglis 11th Bengal Light Cavalry who died 16th February 1849 in his 44th year."

Inman - Captain John - died 1859.
Grave at St. Mary's Churchyard, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Inman, who died in Clonmel 1859 aged 60 years."

Innes - Captain John - 66th Foot - died 16th September 1816.
Grave at Cawnpore -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain John Innes late of HM's 66th Regt who departed this life 16 September 1816 aged 50 years having served upwards of 40 years in the above corps."

Innes - Lieutenant-General Peter - Bengal Staff Corps - died 10th May 1871.
Born in Wick, Caithness, 20th May 1806. Served Burma 1825, Maharajpoor 1843 (star), Sutlej 1845 (medal).
Grave at Simla -
"In memory of Peter Innes of the 14th Regt B.N.I. and the Bengal Staff Corps Lieut Genl in the Army. Born 10th May 1804. Died 10th May 1871."

Irby - Lieutenant-Colonel Augustus Henry - 51st Foot - died 23rd August 1861.
Son of Rev. Paul Anthony Irby, of Northampton. Born 12th May 1818. Served Burma 1852 (medal and bar). Died of cholera.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut Col. A.H. Irby H.M. 51st Lt Infantry who died of cholera at Meean Meer on the 23rd August 1861 aged 43 years sincerely regretted by his brother officers."

Irvine - Lieutenant-Colonel Walter - Indian Medical Service - died 26th January 1919.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Lieutenant Colonel Walter Irvine IMS. Chief Medical Officer NWFP who lost his life in the Nagoman River when leading the Peshawar Vale Hunt of which he was Master. 26th January 1919."

Irving - Lieutenant-Colonel Jacob AEmilius - 13th Light Dragoons - died 7th October 1856.
Son of Paulus Aemilius Irving, who was at the capture of Quebec. Born 1797 and was a Lieut. at Waterloo.
St. John's Anglican Church, Stamford, Niagara, Canada -
"In memory of the Hon. Jacob AEmilius Irving of Ironshore, Jamaica, a member of the Legislative Council of the Province of Canada, and formerly of the 13th Light Dragoons; was wounded at Waterloo; born 1797, died at Drummondville, 1856."

Irwin - Lieutenant-Colonel Lyndon Bolton - 20th Punjab Infantry - died 20th August 1892.
Born at Ballymore, Co. Roscommon, 16th December 1845. Served Jowaki 1877 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and bar), Egypt 1882 (medal and bar, khedives star, Hazara 1888 (bar).
Grave at Lahore -
"In affectionate remembrance of Lyndon Bolton Irwin Lieut. Colonel, Indian Staff Corps XXth Punjab Infantry (Duke of Cambridge's Own) who died at Mian Mir on the 20th August 1892 aged 46 years and 8 months. This stone is erected by his brother officers as a token of esteem."

Irwin - Major William - 28th Foot - died 12th November 1840.
Wounded at Quatre Bras.
Memorial at Parramatta, Australia -
"Sacred to the memory of Brevet Major William Irwin of HM 28th Regiment who died at Parramatta the 12th of November 1840 Aged 56 years. This table was erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and admiration on his long and gallant service of 33 years in the Corps."

Isaac - Captain Charles Whitmore - 38th Foot - died 3rd May 1879.
Memorial at St. Peter's, Pirton. Worcestershire -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Charles Whitmore Isaac Captain 38th Regt. Son of the Rector of this parish. He died at Kildare, Ireland May 3rd 1879 aged 32 years."
Grave at Curragh Military Cemetery, Ireland - "In memory of Captain Charles Whitmore Isaac 38th (1st Staffordshire) Regiment who died at Kildare on the 3rd May 1879 from the affects of a fall from his horse aged 32 years. Erected by his brother Officers."