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242 The Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
2nd Bati".'. Ceylon."' J Formerly the 6th (Royal ist WarivicJcshire). [no. 6.—Warwick.
(The 3rd and 4tli Battalions are formed of the 1st and 2nd "Warwick Militia respective!}-.;
TheAntelope. The Rose and Crown. "Roleia" "Vimieba" "Cokunna" "Vittoeia "'• PyKESHEb"
" Nivelle" " Oethes" "Peninsdla" "Niagaea " " South Africa, 1846-7, 1851-2-3."
Years' Ser.
Full Half
Paj. Pay.
35
34
Colonel.—Hon. Sir Francis Colborne,i KCB. Ensign, Tj Qct. 36; Lt. "iS Jan. 39; Capi.^2i May 44;.
Bt. Major, 21 Oct. 53; Bt. Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Major, 16 Oct. 55; Colonel, 2 April 58; Major General',
6 Marches ; Lt.General, i Oct. 77 ; General, 1 Apr.82 ; Colonel Warwickshire Retriinent, 18 July 85.
Lieutenant Colonels.—2 Charles William Henry Wilson,- Commanding the Battalion, 24 Feb. 88; Ensign, 29.
Dec. 57; i<. 15 Nov. 59;Cfljrf. ri4 Sept. 67; Bt.Major, io,¥e\). 81; Major, 1 July 81; Lieutenant Colonel,
24 Feb. 86; Colonel, 24 Feb. 90.
I James FitzGerald,* Commanding the Battalion, 2 Apr. 89; .EM»i.i7n, 23 April 58; Lt.'^ZVeb. 61; Capt.^iT
Mar. 69; Major. 1 July 81: Li.Colonel, 3 March 86 ; Colonel, 3 March 90.
Majobs.
2 FTfnik'Lon{fliO'aTne,CammandingStanding\
Camp, Dalhousie j
1 Demnan Croft Murray
2 Edward Henry Corse-Scott
1 Edward John Winnington-Ingram (Dep.)
2 Willoughby Edward Gordon Forbes"
2 Gregory Haines
1 Morey Quayle Jones'^
p.s.c. Thomas Henry Burton Forster
Captains.
Nevill Francis Augustus Maunsell,!^')
Adjutant 4 Battalion 15 Sept. 88 )
2 Arthur William Frank Jackson
HerbertEdwardslrwin.i*.^.^. General\
for Musketry, Bengal, 31 Oct. 83 j
HenryWestonHelyar, ^rf/. i Vol.Bn.\
Warivich Jtegt. 27 Dec. 88 J
1 Alexander Charles Emanuel M'Kinstry...
2 George Edward Godfrey Waller Bird
Cecil de Courcy Etheridge.is Adj. 2)
(South) Middlesex B. V. '6 Nov. 91 ... /
j).».<!. Charles James Cockburn,-'-' LI. A.'i
A. Gen.for Lnd. Malta, 5 July 89 i
1 Herman James Shelley Landon
■i Percy Rice Mockler-"
2 Osborn Augustin Chambers'''
Barklie Cairns M'Calmont, Adjutant ^.X
Battalion 5 Aug. 89 S
Grattan George O'Neil Bay, Adj. 2 Vol.")
Bn.lVarwickshire Meqt.T Dec. 90 j
2 Lancelot Edw. Kiggel'l, S.S.O. JJalhousie
Herbert Russell Blyth, Adj. Admin. Bn. 1
Presidency Volunteers 25 Feb. 91 S
I Reginald Hall
I Dennis Granville, Adjutant 18 Jan. 88 ...
I James Ridgeway Dyas,*=' Staff College ...
Wilfred Sausraarez Carey •
Lewis Edward Morrice, serving v!ith\
Queensland Colonial Forces J
1 Vere Staunton Smyth
LiKCTKNANTS.
2 Frederick George Francis Browne
Gerald Denne Armstrong
Robert Dundas Whigham
2 Herbert RadclvfleVaughnn
Charles Conran East, Aide de Camp to')
Major General C. J. East 31 Jan. 90 J
2 Guy Caldecott
I John Ford Elkington
1 ArchibaldJohn StephensMaunsell (Vep.)
2 Arthur Golthurst Herbert (X)ej)o<) .,
I Leonard Frank Beatson
I John Frederick William Boyce
1 Edward Lynn Allen
2 Charles Edw. Meiizies Pyne.AdJ.i Sept.90
2 Arthur Berridge Longden
I Alexander Deaue
1 William Melville Lauriston Lee
Roderick George Macpherson
2 Walter Latham Loring
2 Charles George Edmundson Ewart
2 Thomas Diver
George Taylor Young
I Francis Alfred Enrle
Sbcond Lieutbnahtb.
Frank Barton Hiii ...1
John Charles Digby Pinney
1 Clement Carr Wrigley
2 Charles Richard Johnson
2 St. John Augustus Cox
2 John Ernest Martin
2 Walter Henry Norman
2 MacGregor Grcer
2 James Richard Forbes Elsmie
2 Theodore Byard Spratt
I William Denziloe Sanderson f
1 Augustus Edward Vincent
2 Willam Maynard Carlisle Crowe
Henry Glanville-AUen Moore
■"27 July
23 Jan.
Pig Feb.
'10 Nov.
I" 10 Nov.
EKSIGM OK
2ND LIEUT.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIlf. BHEV. MAJ.
30 Jan.
I May
1 May
II May
II May
22 Jan.
22 Jan.
14 Jan.
19 Feb.
23 Oct. 80
22 Jan. 81
14 Sept.
87
i6 Nov.
«7
n Feb.
88
6 June
88
22 Aug.
88
12 Sept.
88
23 Mar.
89
10 Apr.
8q
26 June
8q
6 July
89
21 Sept.
89
6 June
8 June
21 Sept.
9 Nov.
9 Nov.
31 May
8 Oct.
8 Oct.
8 Got.
29 Oct.
17 Jan.
17 Jan.
25 July
2 Sept.
?9
■■28 May
28 Oct.
28 Oct.
28 Oct.
28 Oct.
9 Aug-
j2 Nov.
23 Mar.
20 Nov.
22 May
19 Jan.
79
17 May
13 June 79
17 April So
14 May 80
7 July 80
12 Feb. 81
22 Apr. 81
1 July 81
1 July Bi
I July 81
10 May 82
9 Sept. 82
9 Sept.
10 May
I July
5 Dec.
14 May
14 May
7 Feb.
7 Feb.
9 May
25 Nov.
30 Jan.
30 Jan.
30 Jan.
25 Aug.
25 Aug.
25 Aug.
10 Nov.
5 June
5 June
5 July
13 Sept.
15 Oct.
15 Oct.
I Dec.
11 Mar.
11 Mar.
7 Apr.
8 June
86
1 Jan. 79
2 June 80
30 Oct. 80
2j Apr. 81
I June 81
25 April 83
25 April 83
10 Nov. 80
27 Dec. 83
12 Feb. 84
4 June 84
20 Sept. 84
25 Mar. 85
24 Feb. 86
1 Mar. 86
3 Mar. 86
29 Nov. 86
24 Feb.
31 Oct.
27 Dec.
3 Apr.
3 Apr.
29 May
5 July
5 July
4 Sept.
18 Sept.
1 Dec.
1 Dec.
20 Sept. 84.
86
3 Mar.
3 Mar.
2y Nov.
29 Nov.
29 May
21 June 90
16 Dec. 91
86.
86
86
89.
1 The Hon. Sir Francis Colborne
served in Canada in suppression of
the rebellion in 1838-39, and was
present in the action of St. Eustache.
Served thioughout the Eastern cam¬
paign of 1854-55, as Assistant Quarter
Master General to the 3rd Division,
including the battles of Alma, Bala-
klava, and Inkerman, siege and fall
of Sebastopol (Medal with foui
Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB..
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th
Class of the Medjidie, Sardinian and
Turkish Medals). Commanded the
Perak Expedition in 1875-76 (Medal
with Claspj.
fi^or remainder of Koies. see end of
Boy at Fusiliers, p. 243'.
Facings B\ae.—Jge.ifs, Messrs. Cox
and Co.
1st Battalion returned from Bengal,.
1880.
2nd Battalion cmlMrkcd for Bengjl,
1878.
QuarttrMaHers.—2 George Ranee, 20 Oct. 83; ifo«. Xj>k<.
I Charles Joseph Dixon, i May 91; Mon. LacuI.

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