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MIZPAH, In Ever Loving Memory ..... .... and that's about it.

MIZPAH, In Ever Loving Memory ..... .... and that's about it.

To the memory of non commissioned officers, men, women and children of E Battery, C Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, who died during the time the Battery was quartered at Peshawar in 1862-63.   C Brigade, RHA was formed from the 1st Brigade of the Honourable East India Company's Bengal Horse Artillery in 1862. Later designated as III Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, it served with the 1st and 2nd Cavalry Divisions on the Western Front during World War I.

To the memory of non commissioned officers, men, women and children of E Battery, C Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, who died during the time the Battery was quartered at Peshawar in 1862-63. C Brigade, RHA was formed from the 1st Brigade of the Honourable East India Company's Bengal Horse Artillery in 1862. Later designated as III Brigade, Royal Horse Artillery, it served with the 1st and 2nd Cavalry Divisions on the Western Front during World War I.

Vintage Devadasi and Nautch photos | Bharathanatyam and the worldwide web

Vintage Devadasi and Nautch photos

Vintage Devadasi and Nautch photos | Bharathanatyam and the worldwide web

Walter Lewis, Drummer, Royal Welch Fusiliers, Born Feb 21st 1868, Died Nov 14th 1892. The regiment is one of the oldest regiment of British Army and thus carried the old-fashioned spelling of Welsh as Welch. "Welch" was officially restored to the regimental title in 1920.

Walter Lewis, Drummer, Royal Welch Fusiliers, Born Feb 21st 1868, Died Nov 14th 1892. The regiment is one of the oldest regiment of British Army and thus carried the old-fashioned spelling of Welsh as Welch. "Welch" was officially restored to the regimental title in 1920.

In the memory of men of A Company, 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch). The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) was a Scottish infantry regiment of the British Army from 1881.The regiment's name came from the dark tartan that they wore and from its role to "watch" the Highlands. 'Black Watch' was originally just a nickname for the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot.

In the memory of men of A Company, 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (The Black Watch). The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) was a Scottish infantry regiment of the British Army from 1881.The regiment's name came from the dark tartan that they wore and from its role to "watch" the Highlands. 'Black Watch' was originally just a nickname for the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot.

Erected by his brother officers to the memory of Lieut. St. George M. Bishop 6th Bengal Cavalry, killed in action at Shabkadar in an engagement with the hill tribes December 5th 1863, aged 22 years. The Lieut was the son of General George Bishop of Bengal Infantry and was born in Darjeeling.

Erected by his brother officers to the memory of Lieut. St. George M. Bishop 6th Bengal Cavalry, killed in action at Shabkadar in an engagement with the hill tribes December 5th 1863, aged 22 years. The Lieut was the son of General George Bishop of Bengal Infantry and was born in Darjeeling.

British; Peshawar Light Horse, Sergeant. Raised by Capt.Francis Fane at Peshawar on 4th June 1857

British; Peshawar Light Horse, Sergeant. Raised by Capt.Francis Fane at Peshawar on 4th June 1857

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