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War Services of ihe Lieutenant-Colonels.
50 Lieut.-Colonel Norman served in the Peninsula, and has received the War Medal with
two Clasps for the battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; and he was severely wounded and
taken prisoner in the Maya Pass.
51 Lieut.-Colonel Mackay served with the 21st Fusiliers the campaign of 1807 in Egypt.
Made prisoner of war in an engagement with the enemy in Calabria 16th June 1809, and
detained as such until 14th May 1814. Present at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815.
52 Lieut.-Colonel John Bolton served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present
at the siege of Rhyghur.
53 Lieut.-Colonel Barnes served at the capture of Fort Anjar in Cutch 25th Dec. 1815; the
Mahratta campaigns of 1817-18; escalade of the Fort of Bhooj in Cutch, March 1819; siege
of Ras-el-Kymah and Zyah in Arabia, Dec. 1819; escalade of Dwarka Ohamandel, Dec. 1820;
action of Beni-Boo-Ally in Arabia, March 1821.
54 Lieut.-Colonel Riley was in an engagement with a French squadron in the Mozambique
channel 3rd July 1810 ; served the Nepaul campaign of 1814 and 15.
55 Lieut.-Colonel Fynmore, previously to entering the Royal Marines, served several years as
Midshipman in the Navy, and was at the battle of Trafalgar and at Buenos Ayres in 1807. In
1809-10 he served in the Great Belt in command of a gun-boat employed in the protection of our
convoys, and was engaged with the enemy’s gun and row-boats. On the night of the 1st of Aug.
1810 cut out three merchant vessels under a heavy fire of field-pieces and musketry. Six weeks
detached from H. M. S. Vanguard the same year, to intercept the communication between the
Port of Rostock and Wismar; assisted at the capture of a convoy of five sail, and drove on shore
and destroyed an armed row-boat. In 1816 he served at Algiers ; and in 1821,22, and 23, in the
West Indies, and was engaged with piratical vessels on the coast of Cuba, five of which were captured.
Has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Trafalgar and Algiers.
56 Lieut.-Colonel Newhouse served in the Light Division of the Deccan Army in the Mah¬
ratta war of 1817 and 1818, as extra Aide-de-Camp to Sir Lionel Smith, and commanded a Rassela
of the Poona Auxiliary Cavalry, and was wounded at the action of the 31st Jan. 1818. Served
also in two expeditions to Cutch, the first in 1819, under Sir William Kier Grant, in which he
volunteered with the Grenadier Company of the 65th in the storming of the Hill Fort of Bhooj,
which was taken by escalade: in the second in 1820 with the right wing of the 65th, with the
force under Colonel the Honourable Lincoln Stanhope. He served likewise on two expeditions
to the Gulf of Persia—the first in 1819 under Sir W. K. Grant, and the second in 1821, under Sir
Lionel Smith; and he was present at the battle and taking of Poonah in 1817, for which he has
a Medal.
57 Lieut.-Colonel Stokes served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese War (Medal);
and with the 39th Regt. in the battle of Maharajpore (Medal).
58 Lieut.-Colonel Howorth was actively employed in Canada during the Rebellion in 1837-8-9;
he served also in the Kaffir campaign in 1846 (Medal).
59 Lieut.-Colonel Tudor served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese war (Medal).
60 Lieut.Colonel the Hon. J. W. B. Macdonald served the Eastern campaign of 1854as Aide-
de-Camp to the Duke of Cambridge, including the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and
Inkerman (horse shot), siege of Sebastopol and sortie of 26th October (Medal and Clasps, CB.,
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie).
61 Lieut.-Colonel Blane served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Adjutant-
General, and subsequently as Military Secretary, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and
Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor,
Commander 2nd Class of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and 5th Class of the Medjidie).
62 Lieut.-Colonel Wilton commanded the Fort of Loodianah during the early part of the
Sutlej campaign, and was subsequently present with the 50lh Regt. in the battle of Aliwal,
where he was severely burnt by an explosion of one of the enemy’s tumbrils; and battle of
Sobraon, where he was very severely wounded, having received a shot in the hip, and three
severe sabre wounds in the left shoulder, right arm broken: Medal and one Clasp. Served the
Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, at the latter in
command of the right wing of the 50th throughout that day, being detached to support the
1st Division, and commanded the Regt. at the fall of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps, CB.,
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie).
63 Lieut.-Colonel Charles F. Fordyce served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the
47th Regt., including the battles of Alma (contusion of left foot) and Inkerman, capture of
Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. 54 (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Lt.-
Colonel, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie).
64 Lieut.-Colonel Whimper served with the 98th Regt. on the China expedition (Medal)
and was present at the capture of Chinkiangfoo. Served with the 55th Regt. in the Eastern
campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma—severely wounded and horse killed (Medal
and Clasp, Brevet Lt.-Colonel, and 5th Class of the Merijidie).
65 Lieut.-Colonel M‘Gee served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 19th Regt.,
including the battles of Alma (wounded) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and
three Clasps, Brevet Lt.-Colonel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie).
66 The Hon. Lieut.-Colonel Maxwell served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the
battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol,—severely injured in the head by a round shot in

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