Valiant - Major-General Sir Thomas, KCB, KH - 40th Foot - died 22nd April 1845.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Genl. Sir Thomas Valiant, KCB and KH Lieut-Col. of H.M. 40th Regt. who departed this life in Fort William, Calcutta, on the 22d April 1845, aged 61 years, deeply and sincerely regretted by the Regiment in which he served for a period of 18 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers as a testimony of their respect and esteem."

Vallance - Ian Clement - Royal Artillery.
Grave at Quetta -
"In loving memory of Ian Clement Vallance. 86th Field Battery RA. Born 6 August 1902. Died 14 July 1927 from an accident while playing polo. Educated at Harrow."

Vallings - Lieutenant George Augustus - Bengal Artillery - 22nd December 1846.
Tablet in St. Luke's Church, Jullundur -
"Sacred to the memory of George Augs. Vallings Lieut of the Regt of Artillery who departed this life at Jullundur on the 22nd December 1846 aged 20 years. This tomb has been erected by a few of his brother officers as a mark of their regard and esteem."

Vaughan - Captain Edward Courtenay - 4th Bn. Rifle Brigade - died 3rd October 1876.
Son of the Earl of Lisburne. Born 23rd October 1841.
Grave at Ambala cemetery -
"Sacred to the memory of Captain the Honble Edward Courtenay Vaughan 4th Battn Rifle Brigade, who died at Umballa on the 3rd October 1876, aged 35 years, erected by his brother officers."

Vernor - Major Robert - 2nd Dragoons (Scots Greys) - died 10th August 1827.
Captain at Waterloo, where he was wounded.
Grave at Inveresk Kirkyard, Scotland -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Robert Vernor, late of the Scots Greys, in which distinguished corps he served upwards of thirty years. Died 10th August 1827, aged 64 years. And of Elizabeth Vernor, his spouse, who died the 10th April 1838, aged 75 years."

Vicors - Lieutenant J. - Royal Artillery - died 28th December 1902.
Grave at St. Patrick's Cemetery, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, Ireland -
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. J. Vicors Royl Fd Artillery who died at Clonmel 28th Decr 1902 aged 41 years. Erected by his brother officers."

Villiers - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles James - 74th Foot  - died 10th May 1862.
Grave at Ramandroog, India -
"Lt. Col. Charles James Villiers of H.M. 74th Highlanders Who died on the 10th May 1862 Aged 39 years  
Erected by his brother officers."  

Vincent - Captain John - 16th Lancers -
died 10th April 1833.
Grave at Bhowanipore -
"Sacred to the memory of John Vincent Esq. Capt. of H.M. 16th Lancers, he died in Fort William the 10th April 1833, aged 31 years. This monument was erected by his afflicted widow."

Vivian - Captain John Haines - 90th Foot - Died 8th August 1887.
Grave at Nahan -
"In memory of John Haines Vivian late Captain of the 85th K.O.L.I. and of the 90th Scotish Rifles son of the late Genl. Sir R.J.H. Vivian G.C.B. who died at Nahan on the 8th August 1887."

Vousden - General William John, V.C., C.B. - 5th Punjab Cavalry - died 12th November 1902.
Son of Lieutenant Thomas Vousden (Chatham Depot, ex-21st Foot Sergeant-Major). Born in Perth, Scotland, 20th September 1845. Served Jowaki 1877 (medal and bar), Afghanistan 1878 (medal and 2 bars, VC), Miranzai 1891 (bar), Tirah 1897 (medal and 2 bars), CB 1900.
Grave at Lahore -
"To the glory of God and in memory of General William John Vousden, V.C., C.B., late Commandant, 5th Punjab Cavalry, whose brave and honest life in the service of his sovereign and country closed at Lahore on the 12th November 1902."
Tablet in St. Augustine's Church, Kohat - "Sacred to the memory of Brigr Genl William John Vousden, V.C. C.B. Late Commandant 5th Punjab Cavalry He served 30 years in the Regiment Commanded the Kohat Kurram Force Officiated in command of the Punjab Frontier Force and as Inspector General of Cavalry in India. Died at Lahore November 12th 1902 deeply regretted by all who knew him. This tablet is erected by his brother officers of the 5th Punjab Cavalry as a token of their affection and esteem."

Vyse - Major Charles Frederick - 27th Punjab Infantry - died 18th November 1894.
Grave at Rawalpindi -
"Sacred to the memory of Major Charles Frederick Vyse, XXVII Punjab Infantry, who departed this life at Rawalpindi 18th November 1894. Aged 44 years. This monument is erected by his brother officers."