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PFar Services of the General Officers.
175 Major General Perceval served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and fall of
Sebastopol from 8 April 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).
176 Major General Cooper commanded the Reserve Battalion 45th Regt. in the Kaffir war
of 1846-47, and a wing of the Regt. throughout the Kaffir war of 1850-53 (Medal), and was
appointed Commandant of the Natal Colony at the close of the war.
177 Major General Rumley served with the 6th Regt. through the Kaffir war in 1847
178 Sir Henry Storks served as Assistant Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope during
the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal).
179 Major General T. C. Smith, prior to entering the Army, served for a short period in the
Navy, and was three times wounded. He served in the Peninsula from June 1813 to the end
of that war in 1814, and was present at the affair of Ordal. lie served also the campaign of
1815, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo.
180 Major General Sutton served throughout the Kaffir wars of 1834-35, 1846-47, and
1851-52. At the commencement of the latter war he defeated a large force which made an
attack on Fort Beaufort, a very important success at that period (Medal). Served in com¬
mand of the 2nd Brigade 1st Division with the rank of Brigadier throughout the operations
in the North of China in 1860, and was present at the action of Sinho, storming of Tangku,
advance on Tientsin and Pekin, and battles of the 18th and 21st September (Medal and Clasps,
and CB.).
181 Major General Morris served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Med-
182 Major General Hodge commanded the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Eastern campaign of
1854-55 ; was on board H.M.S. Sanspareil in the naval attack on Sebastopol, 17th Oct. 1854 ;
also present at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, night-attack on
Russian outposts, 19th Feb. and battle of Tchernaya, 16 Aug. 1855 (Medal and Clasps, CB.,
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
183 Major General Crombie embarked in Feb. 1854 with the Coldstream Guards for Turkey,
and served in Bulgaria.
184 Major General Doherty served with the 14th Lt. Dragoons throughout the Punjaub
campaign of 1848-9, including the action of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of
Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Affghans
over the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). At Ramnuggur he brought
the charging squadrons, under Col. Havelock who was killed, across the nullah and out of the
enemy’s entrmchments; and at Goojerat he commanded a body of H.M. Dragoons and Native
Light Cavalry.
185 Major General Ferryman commanded the 89th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol
from 15th Dec., 1854, and attacks on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Knight of
the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
186 Major General Ridley served with the Coldstream Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854,
including the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and
sortie on the 26th Oct. (Medal and Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
187 Major General James served in the Peninsula and France, from Oct. 1812 to April 1814,
including the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes, for which he has received
the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. Served subsequently in the American war.
188 Major General Faber served with the 49 th Regt. throughout the war with China (Medal),
and was present at the first and second captures of Chusan, storm and capture of the heights above
Canton, attack and capture of Amoy and of Chinhae (mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of
Major), occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of the enemy’s
entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, of Chapoo, and of Woosung, and investment of
Nankin. Served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58 in command of the 53rd Regt., and was
present at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, and in the affair at Seraighat (mentioned
in despatches, Medal and Clasp).
189 Major General Garvock served as a Major of Brigade] in Sir Harry Smith’s Division
throughout the Sikh campaign (Medal and three Clasps), and was present at the battles of
Moodkee, Ferozeshah (horse shot under him), Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, where he was
himself severely wounded, and his horse struck in three places. He also acted as Adjutant
General and Quarter Master General to Sir Harry Smith in the action with and defeat of
the rebel Boers at Bloem Plaats (South Africa), 29th August 1848.
190 Major General William Jones served with the 61st in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9,
was present at the passage of the Chenab, and in the battles of Sadoolapore and Chillianwallah ;
after which he commanded the Regt. at the battle of Goojerat; and he commanded a portion
of Sir Walter Gilbert’s field force, consisting of a troop of Bengal Horse Artillery and the
61st Regt. in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849 (Medal and two Clasp?,
and CB.). Commanded as Brigadier the 3rd Infantry Brigade at the siege of Delhi in 1857
and repulse of the Sortie of the 9th July; commanded the 2nd Column at the assault on the
1 I th Sept, during which the command of the 1st Column devolved on him on the fall of General
Nicholson, and he continued in command of both columns during the six days’ fighting within
t he city until its final capture on the 20th Sept, (mentioned in Despatches, Medal and Clasp).

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