Radcliffe - Lieutenant D. - Royal Artillery - died 27th July 1881.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant D. Radcliffe, A Battery, IVth Brigade RA who died at Quetta 27th July 1881. Aged 28 years."

Raikes - Lieutenant Edward Augustus - Bengal Staff Corps - died 26th January 1865.
Son of Charles Raikes, CSI (Bengal Civil Service). Born at Ghazipur, 1st July 1840. Official record states he died on 22nd January 1865.
Grave at Lahore -
"In memory of Edward A. Raikes Lieut B.S.C. assistant commissioner, who was killed by a fall from his horse on 26th Jany 1865 aged 24 years. by all who knew him he was loved and some of his Punjab friends, to whom he was more especially dear, have raised this tomb to his memory."
Tablet in Gujranwala Church - "In memory of Edward A. Raikes Lieutenant B. Staff Corps, Assistant Commissioner. who was killed by a fall from his horse on the 26th January 1865. Aged 24 years."

Raikes - Major Frank Stewart Whittington - Rifle Brigade - died 4th September 1897.
3rd Bn. Lieut. 1874. Major 1891.
Memorial at St. Peter's church, Farnborough, Hampshire -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Frank Stewart Whittington Raikes Major in the Rifle Brigade who died in the service of his country at Sheranni, Tochi Valley Sept. 4th 1897 aged 43."

Ralfe - Ensign Henry - 38th Bengal Native Infantry - died 9th March 1837.
Grave at Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Sacred to the memory of Ensign Henry Ralfe, 38th regiment N.I. who died at Delhi on the 9th day of March 1837. In the 27th year of his age, this pillar is erected by his brother officers in commemoration of the many virtues which made him esteemed by his superiors, respected by thise under his command and loved by all."

Ralston - Major William J.H. - 2/7th Rajputs - died 14th February 1828.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Major William J.H. Ralston, 2/7th Rajputs, Indian Army, the dearly loved husband of Kitty Ralston, who fell asleep suddenly at Rawalpindi 14 Feb. 1828. Aged 45 years."

Ramsay - Lieutenant Alexander - 57th Bengal Native Infantry - died 22nd November 1855.
Son of Colonel Michael Ramsay (Bengal Infantry). Born at Calcutta, 1821.
Grave at Lahore -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Alex. Ramsay, late of the 57th N.I. and eldest son of the late Colonel Michael Ramsay H.E.I.C.S. His death was caused by a fall from his horse, at Lahore on the 22nd Novr 1855 in the 24th year of his age. This tomb is erected by his fond and sorrowing mother."

Ramsay - Lieutenant-Colonel Balcarres Dalrymple Wardlaw - ? - died 26th January 1885.
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"In loving memory of Lt Colonel Balcarres Dalrymple Wardlaw Ramsay died at Rome 26th January 1885 Aged 62."

Ramsay - Lieutenant George Spottisworde - Royal Artillery - died 7th June 1873.
Memorial in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore -
"In Memory of George Spottisworde Ramsay, Lieut. Royal Artillery, who died on the passage from Bangalore to England on 7 June, 1873. This stone is raised by his brother Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers of the C Battery 9th Brigade, R.A. in affectionate remembrance."

Randall - Lieutenant S., DCM, MM - East Kent Regiment - died 31st December 1918.
Grave at Osu Cemetery, Accra, Ghana -
"Lieut. S. Randall, DCM, MM, East Kent Regiment (The Buffs), d. 31 Dec. 1918."

Raper - Major-General Allan Graeme, CVO - 98th Foot - died 1906.
Born 23 March 1843, son of Lt-Col. Raper, 19th Foot, of Colwall, Malvern. Joined 98th Regt in 1862, Assistant Instructor of Musketry 1863-70; Paymaster 1873-5; ADC to GOC West Indies 1875-8; Zhob Valley Expedition 1884; Military Secretary to C-in-C Bombay 1886; CO 98th 1887-91; AQMG War Office 1895-1900; CO troops Jamaica 1900-02. CVO 1903.
Memorial at St. James the Great, Colwall, Herefordshire -
"In memory of Major General Allan Graeme Raper, C.V.O. late 98th (North Staff.) Regiment who was born 1843 died 1906 and was buried at Addlestone Surrey son of Lt. Col. Raper of Hoe Court, Colwall."

Raper - Lieutenant-Colonel Timothy - 19th Foot - died 22nd July 1862.
Memorial at St. James the Great, Colwall, Herefordshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Christian Mary Raper who fell asleeep in Jesus September 16th 1858 aged 54 years and of Timothy Raper Esqre. Late Lieut. Col. of her Majesty's 19th Regiment of Foot who died July 22nd 1862 aged 72 years."

Rathbone - Major St. George - Royal Berkshire Regiment - died 1907.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Sacred to the memory of Major St. George Rathborne, Royal Berkshire Regiment. Born 1847. Died 1907. Also of Ivon Eyre Rathborne, Royal Artillery, son of the above. Born 1895. Died 1921 interred in Military Cemetery, Jamaica."

Ravenhill - Colonel Edgar Evelyn, DSO - 2nd Bn, The Buffs - died 6th February 1907.
Born 8 Dec. 1859. Entered Army 1879. Lt-Col. 1904. Served NWF India 1897-8 (medal & clasp); Aden 1903-4 (DSO 1904).
Memorial in Canterbury Cathedral -
"This monument is erected by the Officers, Non Commd Officers & Men of the 2nd Battalion The Buffs in memory of their Colonel Edgar Evelyn Ravenhill, D.S.O. who died at Wynberg, Cape Colony on Feb. 6 1907 ĘT. 47."

Ravenhill - Brigadier-General Frederick Thornhill - Royal Artillery - died 29th December 1935.
Born 5 Dec. 1865. Entered Army 1885. Colonel 1917. Served Tirah 1897-8 (medal 2 clasps); WWI 1914-17 (medals, MID, CMG 1915).
Memorial at St. Peter's church, Farborough, Hampshire -
"In loving memory of Frederick Thornhill Ravenhill CMG, Brig Gen late RA Died 29 Dec 1935 aged 70. Churchwarden 1919-35."

Raye - Paymaster James - 41st Foot - died 12th November 1826.
Grave at Bellary Cantonment Cemetery, Bellary -
"James, Raye, Paymaster, H.M.’s 41st Regiment, died 12 Novr. 1826, aged 66 years."

Raynor - Captain William, V.C. - Ordnance Department - died 13th December 1860.
Born in Nottinghamshire, July 1796. Served Nepal 1814 (medal and bar), Mutiny 1857 (medal, VC).
Grave at Ferozepore -
"Bebeath this tomb the mortal (remains) of Captain William Raynor V.C. Dy Commissary of Ordnance who died at Ferozepore on the 13th Dec 1860 aged 64 years and 5 months. Honoured and beloved he lived honoured and lamented he died."

Reader - Lieutenant-Colonel Francis William - Leicestershire Regiment - died 10th November 1898.
Lieut. 1874. Major 1890. Served in Afghanistan 1878-9 (medal & clasp, MID).
Memorial at St. Thomas's Church, Woolton Hill, Hampshire -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Lieut. Col. F.W. Reader, Leicestershire Regt. who died at Pietermaritzburg Nov. 10, 1898 Aged 46 and his son Lionel Elmhurst, Midshipman RN who was accidentally killed on board HMS Albion at Portland Dec 9, 1905 Aged 17."

Reeves - Major Hugh Charles - Royal Artillery - died 29th January 1915.
Grave at Quetta -
"In ever loving memory of Major Hugh Charles Reeves. No.4 MB RGA who passed hence 29 Jan 1915. Aged 35."

Reade - Ensign Frederick - 57th Bengal Native Infantry - died 4th December 1855.
Son of Rev. Frederick Reade, of Brighton.
Grave at Ferozepore -
"To the memory of Ensign Frederick Reade 57th N.I. who died at Ferozepore 4th Decr 1855, aged 21."

Rees - Captain Crawford Mitford - 65th Bengal Native Infantry - died 13th December 1850.
Married Elizabeth Rees at Chunar, 23rd November 1849. (his second marriage).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In memory of Crawford Mitford Rees, Captain 65th Regt N.I. who died at Amballah on the 13th December 1850 Aged 36 years. This testimonial was erected by his brother officers."

Reid - Captain George - 5th Bengal Cavalry - died 2nd April 1875.
Grave at St. Peter's Church, Leckhampton, Cheltenham, Glos - "
Sacred to the beloved memory of George Reid Esqre. Late Captn 5th Bengal Cavalry, of Deer Park Co. Cork & Gothic Lodge, Sussex, who died at Cheltenham 2nd April 1875."

Reiller - David Cabel - 6th Native Infantry - died 17th November 1856.
Grave at Peshawar -
"Sacred to the memory of David Cabel Reiller. Late of the 6th Regiment NI who died Peshawar 17 Nov. 1856 aged 4... years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers of the 6th Regiment."

Reilly - Lieutenant Gustavus H. - 1st West India Regiment - died 29th July 1841,
Cemetery at Savannah, Roseau, Dominica -
"To the Memory of Gustavus H. Reilly, Lieutenant 1st West India Regiment and late Fort Adjutant of this Garrison. Second son of John Lushington Reily, Esq., of Scarvagh, County of Down Ireland. Born January 1813. Died 29th July 1841."

Rennie - Surgeon David Field - 20th Hussars - died 4th April 1868.
Served China 1860 (medal and bar). He wrote 3 books - 'British arms in North China and Japan', 'Peking and the Pekingese', and 'Bhotan and the Story of the Dooar War'.
Grave at Campbellpur -
"Sacred to the memory of David Field Rennie M.D. Surgeon H.M. 20th Hussars who departed this life 4th April 1868. Aged 43 years, This tablet is erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."

Repton - Captain William Wheatley - 56th Bengal Native Infantry - died 5th September 1853.
Served Maharajpoor 1843 (star).
Grave at Abbottabad -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain W.W. Repton 56th Regt N.I. who departed this life on the 5th September 1853, aged 31. This monument is erected to his memory by his brother officers as a mark of their regard."

Reynolds - Lieutenant Thomas William Henry - Royal Scots - died 31st August 1931.
Grave at Quetta -
"In memory of Lieutenant Thomas William Henry Reynolds. 2nd Battalion Royal Scots. Died Quetta 31 Aug 1931. Aged 24 years."

Rhe-Philipe - Assistant Judge-Advocate-General William De - Bengal Army - died 6th March 1874.
Grave at Simla -
"In memoriam William De Rhe-Philipe Esqr Assistant Judge-Advocate-General of the Bengal Army. Youngest son of Thomas, titular Seigneur de Rhe, Born in London on the 15th October 1807 and after a service of forty-seven years in India, died at Simla on the 6th March 1874."

Rich - Major Charles Lionel Mainwaring - Queen's Own Corps of Guides - died 10th February 1903.
Tablet in Christchurch, Rawalpindi -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Major Charles Lionell Mainwaring Rich. Deputy Judge Advocate General and late Queen's Own Corps of Guides, who died at Rawalpindi 10 Feb. 1903. Aged 41 yrs. Erected by his sorrowing widow."

Rich - Captain Henry Bayard - Royal Engineers - died 17th November 1884.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In loving memory of Henry Bayard Rich, Captain Royal Engineers, who died from the effect of an accident at polo, 17th November 1884."

Richards - Lieutenant Edward Groves - Indian Army Service Corps - died 19th March 1931.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In affectionate remembrance of Edward Groves Richards, Lieutenant, Indian Army Service Corps, who died at Rawalpindi 19th March 1931. Aged 33 years 8 months. Erected by his brother officers."

Richards - Brigadier Francis Howe, DSO - Royal Artillery - died 20th April 1937.
Born 26 Dec. 1890, son of Major G.W. Richards, Royal Berkshire Regt. 2nd Lieut. 1910. WWI 1914-18 (wounded 4 times, DSO 1917, medals, MID) Ireland 1919-22, India 1923-29 (Staff College, Quetta 1925-6), Staff Duties England 1930-34. India 1935-7.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"In memory of Francis Howe Richards, DSO. Commanding 5th Field Brigade, Royal Artillery. Accidentally killed by a falling boulder on Kohala Road. 20th April 1937. Aged 46."

Richards - Major Hamilton Macdonald - Border Regiment - died 19th December 1896.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Hamilton Macdonald Richards. Major. 2nd Battalion The Border Regiment. Died Quetta 19 Dec. 1896. Born 17 May 1859. Deeply regretted by his brother officers by whom this monument is erected."

Richards - Lieutenant Thomas - 8th Hussars - died 29th July 1861.
Grave at Meerut -
"Lieutenant Thomas Richards 8th King's Royal Irish Hussars died of cholera at Meerut on 29 July 1861 age 36 years."

Richardson - Lieutenant Frederick Charles - 2nd West India Regiment - died 4th March 1838.
Memorial at Christ Church Cathedral, Nassau, Bahamas -
"Frederick Charles Richardson, Esq., died 4th March 1838, aged 22. Lieutenant, 2nd West India Regiment, born langford, Fifehead, Somerset.10 months previous to his death he had married Eliza, daughter of the late Lewis Kerr, many years the speaker of the House of Assembly, and subsequently Attorney General of the Bahamas."

Richardson - Veterinary-Surgeon T.J. - 16th Lancers - died 18th June 1869.
Memorial at Bangalore -
"Sacred to the Memory of The Officers & N.C.Officers & Soldiers of the 16th (Queens) Lancers Who died while serving their country in the East Indies Between the Years 1865 and 1876. Capt W.P. Bagenal 25 November 1868 - C.A. Agnew 22 March 1873 - T. Dynon 31 March 1874 - Lieut A.C. Dobree 02 August 1867 - Asst Surg. R.D. Kemp 19 May 1872 - V. Surg. T.J. Richardson 18 June 1869."

Richardson - ? Thomas Rombold - 1st Life Guards - died 5th March 1868
Grave at the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy -
"To the memory of Thomas Rombold Richardson of Somerset, Ireland late of the 1st Life Guards who died at Rome March 5th 1868 Aged 28."

Richardson - Lieutenant Tristram Squire - 1/60th Foot - died 15th November 1856.
Son of Lieutenant Charles Welstead Richardson (5th Bengal Light Cavalry). Born at Chinsura, 9th August 1830.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"In memory of Tristram Squire Richardson Lieut 1st Battn 60th Royal Rifles who died at Umballa Nov. 15th 1856. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a token of regard."

Riddell - Colonel Henry Vasittart - Bengal Army - died 14th January 1888.
Ensign 1858. Colonel 1881. Judicial Assistant Commissioner, Hoshiarpore District, Punjab 1885.
Son of Robert Riddell, of Grange, Co. Roxburgh. Born at Woodstock, Canada, 9th October 1841.
Grave at Multan -
"In loving memory of Henry Vasittart Riddell Colonel Bengal Infantry who died at Mooltan January 14th 1888 aged 46 years."

Righy - Ensign Henry - Sappers and Miners - died 27th September 1857.
Son of General Henry Righy (Bengal Engineers). Served Mutiny 1857.
Grave in Rajpura cemetery, Delhi -
"Died of fever on the 27th Sept. 1857 Ensign Henry Righy doing duty with the sappers & Miners. aged 25 years."

Ring - Lieutenant-Colonel James - Royal Army Medical Corps - died 16th October 1898.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel James Ring, Royal Army Medical Corps, who died at Rawalpindi on 16 October 1898. Erected by his brother officers in token of their high esteem."

Ritchie - Paymaster Colin - West India Regiment - died 19th March 1837.
Grave at Malew, Isle of Man -
"Sacred to the memory of Colin Ritchie, Paymaster of His Majesties 10th West Indian Regiment, who departed this life the 19 March 1837, aged 57 years."

Robbins - Captain George - 17th Lancers - died 29th November 1873.
Memorial at West Wickham, Kent -
"George Robbins, formerly a Captain 17th Lancers and Major Hampshire Militia, died November 29 1873 aged 71 years".

Robbins - Major-General William Pitt - Indian Army -
died 14th February 1862.
Born in London, 10 Sept. 1810, son of Robert and Ann Robbins. Ensign 1827, 15th N.I. Lt-Col. 1858. Served in the Punjab Campaign 1848-9 (medal 2 clasps). Retired 1861 (hon. Major-General).
Memorial at St. Lawrence's church, Lechlade-on-Thames, Gloucestershire -
"To the memory of Spencer Percival Robbins eldest son of Robert Robbins of Lincoln's Inn Fields Esqre, late of the Foreign Office London, Captain in the Royal East Middlesex Militia died November 17th 1879 aged 71. Also to the memory of William Pitt Robbins second son of Robert Robbins, Major General in Her Majesty's Indian Army. Died at St. Kilda near Melbourne Feby 14th 1862 aged 53."

Roberts - Colonel Charles James - 17th Irregular Cavalry - died 6th July 1873.
Grave at Dehra Dun -
"Sacred to the memory of Charles James Roberts Colonel in the Bengal Army and Commandant of the 17th Irregular Cavalry who died at Dehra on the 6th July 1873 in his 52nd year. Erected by a Ghyas in affectional memory of his departed friend and benefactor."

Roberts - Lieutenant Stephen William Thornhill - 27th Punjab Native Infantry - died 16th June 1879.
Son of Arthur Austin Roberts, CB, CSI (Bengal Civil Service). Served Jowaki 1877 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1879.
Tablet at Lahore Cathedral -
"In loving memory of Stephen William Thornhill Roberts, 27th P.N.I. Probationer B.S.C. died at Lundi Kotul June 16th 1879 aged 25. Son of the late Arthur A. Roberts Esqre C.B., C.S.I., Bengal Civil Service."

Roberts - Captain Vyvyan Prowting - 16th Light Cavalry - died 8th January 1933.
Grave at Quetta -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain Vyvyan Prowting Roberts. 16th Light Cavalry. Died Quetta 8 Jan 1933. Aged 33 yrs."

Robertson - Lieutenant Henry Archibald - 53rd Foot - died 30th October 1855.
Served Punjab 1848 (medal and bar).
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut H.A. Robertson H.M. 53rd regt who died on the 30th October 1855 at Umballa aged 30 years. This tomb is erected by his brother officers as a token of their esteem and regard."

Robilliard - Major John Le Coco - Royal Marine Artillery - died 11th September 1887.
2nd Lt. 1866. Captain 1877.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"In memory of Major John Le Coco Robilliard of the Royal Marine Artillery serving in Her Majesty's Ship Nelson who was drowned by the capsizing of a boat in Jervis Bay New South Wales on the 11 September 1887 aged 39 years. Erected by the officers of HMS Nelson."

Robinson - Colonel Douglas - Seaforth Highlanders - died 5th July 1883.
Grave at Cheltenham Borough Cemetery, Gloucestershire -
"Colonel Douglas Robinson 72nd Seaforths. Died 5 July 1883. Aged 56, of 12 Lypiatt Terrace, Cheltenham."

Robinson - Lieutenant-Colonel James - 91st Foot - died 3rd April 1824.
Grave at Banff Cemetery, Scotland -
"Sacred to the memory of James Robinson, late Lieut-Colonel of the 91st Regiment, who died the 3rd of April 1824, aged 49 years. This tablet is placed at the head of his grave with a fond and grateful remembrance of his constant affection by his afflicted parents George Robinson and Bathia Garden, May 1824."

Robinson - Lieutenant John - Bengal Artillery - died 26th September 1845.
Memorial in St. Stephen's Church, Dum Dum -
"In memory of John Robinson, Lieutenant, Bengal Artillery, He was cut off at the comencement of a career, rendered bright and promising by the virtues which adorned and endeared him to his brother officers and friends. Born 25th October 1823. died 26th September 1845."

Rodger - Captain James - 2/9th Madras Native Infantry - died 22nd September 1823.
Grave at Calcutta -
"To the memory of James Rodger, Capt. 2d Batn. 9th Regt. M.N.I. who died off Fultah on 22d Sept. 1823, aged 36 years."

Rogers - Lieutenant John - Bengal Artillery - died 23rd May 1839.
Grave at Subathu -
"To the memory of Lieutenant John Rogers of the Bengal Artillery who died on the 23rd May AD 1839. Erected by his friend Kirkman."

Rogers - Major-General William Cooper - died 6th November 1857.
Memorial originally in Laverstoke parish church where he was buried, tablet moved to St. Mary's in 1912.
Memorial at St. Mary's church, Overton, Hampshire -
"Sacred to the memory of Major General William Cooper Rogers youngest son of the late Sir Frederick Leman Rogers, Bart, of Blachford in the county of Devon. Born December 3rd 1788. Died November 6th 1857."

Rogers - Assistant-Surgeon William Henry - 4th Bengal Light Cavalry - died 23rd November 1835.
Born June 1803. Assistant-Surgeon 1826.
Grave at Rajpootanah -
"This tablet is erected by his brother officers, to the memory of W.H. Rogers, Esq. Assistant Surgeon 4th Light Cavalry who from over-exertion in the cause of humanity, sacrificed his own valuable life, he died at Joudhpore in Rajpootanah, on the 23d Nov. 1835, aged 31 years."

Rolls - Captain Josiah Robert - 24th Foot - died 22nd February 1862.
Memorial at Horton Kirby churchyard, Kent -
"Josiah Robert Rolls, Esquire, Captain of H.M. 24th & late of H.M. 94th Regiments died at Pennis House, Fawkham, February 22 1862 aged 24."

Roper - Lieutenant-Colonel Henry - 66th Foot - died 22nd December 1788.
Memorial at St. Margaret's church, Lee, in Kent -
"Lieutenant Colonel Henry Roper of the 66th Regiment of Foot only brother to the Right Honourable Lord Dacre died 22nd of December 1788 aged 41."

Rorback - Lieutenant-Colonel Andrew - Lincolnshire Regiment - died 1843.
Memorial at St. John's Anglican Church, Stamford, Niagara, Canada -
"Sacred to the memory of Andrew Rorback, born in New Jersey, Lieut.-Col. 2nd Lincoln Regt., died at Stamford, 1843."

Ross - Colonel David - Bengal Army - died 3rd September 1857.
Son of David Ross, a Calcutta merchant. Born in Calcutta, 8th July 1801.
Grave at Leiah, Mianwali -
"Sacred to the memory of Colonel David Ross Bengal Army, Commissioner of Leiah who departed this life on the 3rd September 1857."

Ross - Captain G.C. - 65th Foot - died 2nd June 1873.
Son of Rev. John A. Ross and Amelia Kezia Ross.
Memorial at Westwall church, Kent -
"In memory of Captain G.C. Ross, HM. 65th Regiment, fourth son of above Rev. J.A. Ross, died at Agra, East Indies, 2nd June 1873 aged 34."

Ross - Quartermaster John - 71st Foot - died 18th March 1837.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland -
"Sacred to the memory of Quarter-Master John Ross, late of the 71st Regiment, in which he served 47 years. On retiring from the regiment, a Silver Vase was presented by his brother officers, out of respect to him as a brave soldier and agreeable companion. His kindness to his relatives and benevolence to the poor will be long remembered. He died at Eskside, Musselburgh, on the 18th March 1837, in the 81st year of his age."

Ross - Lieutenant William Henry Drummond - 28th Bengal Native Infantry - died 20th December 1854.
Son of Surgeon Andrew Ross (Bengal Medical Service). Born at Nagpur, January 1824. Married Anna Bunbury at Sylhet, 1st Oct. 1845.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieutenant William Henry Drummond Ross Interpreter and Quarter Master 28th Regiment Native Infantry who departed this life the 20th December 1854 aged 30 years and 11 months."

Rowe - Captain John Wilkinson - 31st Native Infantry - died 8th May 1834.
Grave at Calcutta -
"To the memory of Captain John Wilkinson Rowe, of the 31st Regiment N.I. who died on the 8th May 1834, Aetatis 33."

Ruddell - Captain David - Bengal Army - died 16th December 1835.
Grave at Shiraz -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain David Ruddell, of the Bengal Army, who while proceeding from Tehran to Calcutta, with despatches from his Britannic Majesty's Ambassador at the Court of Persia, was cut off by fever, in this city, on the 16th December 1835, in the 45th year of his age, deeply lamented by all who knew his eminent and varied acquirements, and his many public and private worth."

Russell - Lieutenant George - 5th Light Cavalry - died 24th November 1839.
Grave at Chitaldroog Cemetery, Mysore -
 "This tomb was erected by the Officers of the 5th Regiment Light Cavalry, to the memory of Lieutenant George Russell of that Corps, who died of cholera at Chitaldroog on the 24th November 1839, aged 25 years, as a testimony of their affectionate regard." 

Russell - Ensign Henry - 20th Native Infantry - died 5th November 1835.
Memorial at Lydd church, Kent -
"Sacred to the Memory of Michael Russell Esq., who died at Wimbledon 11 Jan. 1840 aged 61. Also of his son Ensign Henry Russell 20th Regt. N.I. who died at Calcutta 5 Nov. 1835 aged 25, and of his daughter Julia Russell who died at Kensington 3 Jan. 1836 aged 19."