Volume: 16, No: 05 ; May-2022
Indian Mutiny 1857 – 9
ROYAL ARTILLERY :
Captain Whaley Nicoll Hardy – killed in action at Lucknow – 18th November 1857
Son of the late Colonel Edmund Hardy, Bombay Artillery.
Captain Headly (?) – killed in action at Lucknow – 25th September 1857
Captain E.A. D’Oyly – wounded by grape shot at Sassiah, died 23rd July 1857
Lieutenant Richard Moresby – killed in action at Chandaree – 11th March 1858
ROYAL ENGINEERS :
Captain Augustus Jonathan Clerke – killed in action at Lucknow – 17th March 1857
Captain Glastonbury Neville – killed in action at Barodia – 31st January 1858
MILITARY TRAIN :
Captain Henry Mason – killed in action at Kheri – 7th October 1858
Lieutenant William Henry Dawson – killed in action at Chowbeejpore – 20th May 1858
2nd Battalion, Military Train.
NAVAL BRIGADE :
Captain Sir William Peel, KCB. – wounded at the Martiniere, 9th March 1858. died of smallpox at Cawnpore, 27th April 1858. HMS Shannon.
Mate Henry Garvey – killed in action at Lucknow – 11th March 1858. HMS Shannon.
Acting 2nd Mate John Fowler – killed in action at Amorrah – 5th March 1858. HMS Pearl.
Midshipman Martin A. Daniel – killed in action at Lucknow – 16th November 1857. HMS Shannon.
Captain of Maintop Francis Cassidy – killed in action at Lucknow – 14th November 1857
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