King's Own Royal Regiment Museum
Museum & Collections
First World War
Second World War
Actions & Movements
Colonels of the King's Own Royal Regiment
Lieutenant General William Seymour
2nd Son of Sir Edward Seymour Bt. of Berry Pomeroy, Devon. 2nd
Lieutenant in Lord Dartmouth’s Company of Royal Fusiliers (7th) 11 June
1685. Captain 1 May 1686. Major and Lieutenant Colonel Coldstream Guards
1 January 1692. Regimental Lieutenant Colonel in same 10 August 1692.
Wounded at Landen 1693. Colonel of Lord Kut’s Regiment of Foot till
disbanded at Peace of Ryswick. Colonel of 24th Foot 1 March 1701.
Colonel of the Queen’s Own Regiment of Foot 12 February 1702.
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