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26q istBatt., On passage Home. 1
•^ 2nd Batt., Umballa, Bengal. J
riieglmenfal District No. 25^
L —Berwick-on-Tweed.
The King's Own Scottish
Borderers.
Formerly the 2<,th {The King's Own Borderers) licgiment.
(The 31-d Battalion is formed of tlie Scottish Borderers Militia.)
The King's Crest. "In Veritate Meligionis confido." The Castle of Edinburgh. "Ifiti Dominus frustra."'
The White Horse. " Necasperaterrent." " Miuden " " Egmont-op-Zek." " Egift" (with the Sphinx)
Years'Ser. " Maktinique " "Afghanistan, 1878-80."
FulflHaH Colonel.—William Craig Emilius Napier,! Ensign, 28 Oct. 35 ; Lt. ''17 Nov. 37; Capt.'^^g April 42; Brevet
Pay.I Pay- Major, 18 Feb. 48 ; Brevet Lt.Colonel, 30 May 5I ; Colonel, 28 Oct. 34 ; Major, 23 Oct. 53; Major General,
9 March 6y,Lieut.General, 22 Aug. 73 ; General, i Oct. 77; Colonel King's Own Borderers, 23 Sept. 8:;.
lieutenant Colonels.—i Francis Edward Carlcton,' Ensign, 29 Jan. 61; Lt. ■" i Mar. 64 ; Capt. ^ 3 Sept. 70
Major, I Jul.y 81; Lt.Colonel, 2t iyme ig.
2 John Leith Ross,* Ensign, ''26 July 64; Lt. ''21 Aug. 67; Capt. 19 Mar. 75; Major, i July Bi
Lt.Colonel, 10 Sept. 90.
30
27
'9
Majobs.
EN. OR 2D LT.
Allen Neason Adams' ''21 Aug. 66
1 JohnHenryHickmanS. D.Hogarth'...' 5 Mar. 67
EdgarW.W".Dering,4d;'.2roL£ii.7i;.i''«*.i 8 Jan. 68
2 Henry Grey Dixon'"' ''23 Dee. 68
1 p.s.c. John William Godfray | 24 Sept. 71
Geo. Thos.Wm. Hewat, Ad;. 3 [Dum-\ oonf »,
f,-ies)Vol.BH.K.O. Scottish Borderers S I =7'=''i"'- ''
Thomas Justice Arthur Bather, Adj. 1
2 Vol. Bn. York and Lancaster Eegt.S ,
2 Robert John Romanes 1
Captains.
Alfred George Streatfield Beadnell,'*)
Adj. 12 Middlesex Rijle Volunteers... i
Chas. Theodore Bccker.'o^irf;'. 3 Adm. \
Bn. N.IV. Provinces Volunteers y
j Andrew Chas.Parker Haggard,'^ DSO.
I Fra. Arthur Cartwright Claughton"...
1 George Nisbet Mayne''
James Henry Erskine Reid,'* Adj.\
I Adm. Bn. If. TV. Provinces Vols. ... i
Leonard Gordon,^ A.B.C. to Lieut. \
Governor of N. W. Provinces J
Alex. Hepburne Barrington Cavaye,'^\
A.D.C.to Lt.General Sir J. C. Dormer i
Charles Louis Woollcombe,'" Deputy ~i
Assist.Adj. Geii.foi-Musketri;,Bengal S
Montagu GrantWilkinson,!^^^/. 3 Bn.
2 Alfred Worsley Pennymau"
James Hope,'" Adjutant i Boxlurgh'}
and Selkirk Bifle Volunteers j
2 Herwald R. Wigram,i« Adj. 31 July 89
2 Duncan Alwyn Macfarlane"-
2 JamesRea
1 George do Wet Verner'^
Reynell H. Bayley Taylor,' O.S.Dept...
2 Fitzroy Hemphill
2 Chas. Joseph Edw. Addis M'Arthur,"*)
Station Staf Officer, Rangoon J
2 Randal Fleming Johnston
I p.s.c. Percy Wildman-Lushington
I p.s.c. Alexander Beamish Hamilton,')
Adjutant i Mar. 90 i
1 James Bonham Tod Pratt
2 Harold James Clifford Stanton
2 Robert L.ynch Blosse
I Francis William Marshall
I Lieutenants.
2 Ar. Wentworth Wm. Aug. Thellusson='
2 Walter Dennistouu Sellar's
I Aug. Helier Magee, Adj. Nagpore S. V.
a Edgar John Dent"^
ji Thomas George MacLaren
W Rupert Maxwell Ross-Johnson
'i Cecil Macdonald Stephenson
■i Archibald Stephen Koe
I Harry Torriano Pritehard
!t Lionel Chorley Lascelles Davidson..
2 Edward Robert Curetoni^
1 William Beadon
2 Alfred Edward Haigi"
2 Seymour Campbell Johnston
2 Alexander Charles Going
1 Angus George Fraser
2 Alan Ralph Cobbold'"
David Ramsay Sladen'^
Francis John Garruthers^'
Herbert William Rattigan"
14 Sept.. 87
14 Sept. 87
18 Jan. °=
9 May
9 May
9 May
13 June
22 Aug.
22 Aug.
Second Lieutenants.
2 George Henry Bell'« 22 Aug.
Norman Ernest Playfair 22 Aug.
Thomas Byrne Sellar 29 Dec.
Edgar Quartus Robertson 8 June
Humphry Thomas Eliott Sandwiih ... 21 Sept.
Charles John Cumberlego 21 Sept ,
Thomas Benedict Fulton 23 Oct. 89
John Stewart Swan 21 Dec. 89
2 Alexander Hieron Ogilvy Sponce i Mar. 90
Charles Baldwin Clutterbuck i Mar. go
Arthur Blair i Mar. 90
2 Edward Terry Carwitheu 4 June 90
Thomas Lane Ormiston ' 8 Oct. 90!
Quarter Matters.—2 John Connolly,^* 6 Mny 82; Bon.
I Joseph Swann Uowe,^' 20 Feb. 8y
28 Oct. 71
30 Jan. 78
1 May 78
2 Mar. 78
II May 78
8 Dec. 77
13 Aug. 79
13 Aug. 79
14 Jan. 80
14 Jan.
13 Aug.
23 Oct.
22 Jan.
22 Jan.
iq Feb.
23 April 8 [
80
LIEUT.
BRET.MAJ.
"30 Mar.
•'28 May
PjS June
•" 2 Aug.
28 Oct.
2 Mar.
I July
8 Feb.
12 Feb.
22 Deo.
78!
7Si
791
79
79
i Oct. 71' 1 Jan.
30 Dec.
29 May
72
26 Feb. 81
26 April 81 ■
31 Oct. 72' 8 June Si
9 Aug. 73^
12 Nov. 73;
28 Feb. 74;
13 June 741
II Feb. 75
1 July
31 Jan.
31 Oct.
2 June
21 June
6 Sept. 76' 23 Sept. 85
I Apr. 86
31 May 77
II Oct. 76
17 April
24 May
17 May
2 July
6 May
3 Apr.
I Jan.
26 Feb.
I July
I July
I July
I July
I July
I July
I July
I July
10 May
9 Sept.
9 Sept.
27 Jan.
10 Mnr.
10 Mar.
29 Aug.
25 Nov.
30 Jan.
25 Aug.
10 Nov.
30 Jan.
4 Nov.
4 Dec.
4 Dec.
11 Dec.
TO May
:o May
30 May
14 June
10 Sept.
82
82
23 Sept.15 Dec.13 Dec.17 Feb.6 June
8s8585868S
14 June
90
10 Sept.8 Oct.
90.90.
I Apr. 86
1 Nov. 86
I July 87
21 Nov. 87
I Feb.
II Jan.
6 June
I July
1 Aug. 88
1 Aug.
I Feb. 89
15 Aug. S9
I Nov. 89
II Dec. 89
10 May 90
14 June 90
10 Sept. 90
8 Oct. 90
> General Napier served as Aids
de Camp to Sir Charles Napier during-
ihia campaign of 1845 against the
Desert and Mountain Tribes on the
right bank of the Indus. Served also
at the siege of Sebastopol as Assist¬
ant Director General of the Land
[Transport Corps (Medal with Clasp,
5th Class of the Medjidie.and Turkisto
.Medal).
[^For remainder of Notes, tee end of
Cheshire Begiment, p. 264a.
Facings Blue.—Agents, Messrs. C03
and Co.
i»i Baft, embarked for India, 13 Oct.
1875. 2nd Batt. embarkedi for Mgypfp
19 July 1888,
Liei t.
L CM, lint.

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