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Plan of Barracks and Accommodation at Secunderabad, India, 1843

This interesting plan in the museum's collection details the battalion's accommodation, including barracks, regimental garden, burial ground, churches, schools, public well, hospital, regimental parcherry (married quarters), and solitary cells.

The King's Own Royal Regiment was based at Secunderabad from 1843 to 1845.


Plan of 4th Foot Lines at Secunderabad, India, 1843.
Accession Number: KO0983/01

The plan details the location of various officer accommodation:
1. Captain Farquhar M Campbell & Lieutenant Frederick Paul Haines
3. Reverend and Mrs Evans
4. Lieutenant Robert Hawkes
6. Dr. William Parry (Regimental Surgeon)
7. Ensign Batson Ramsbottom
9. Quatermaster Samuel Sexton
10. Reverend and Mrs Briggs
11. Captain Thomas Gibson
12. Lieutenant Colonel Henry William Breton (Commanding Officer)
13. Dr. Richard Gamble MD (Assistant Surgeon) and Ensign George Chetwode
15. Lieutenant Arthur Byrne
18. Major Richard Chetwode
22. Lieutenant John Lennox McAndrew
23. Lieutenant James Symington Shortt
26. Lieutenant William Mark Campbell
31. Lieutenant George Leytham Thomson and Ensign Paris Louis Grant Anderson
32. Lieutenant John Cowell Bartley
33. Captain William Henry Mounsey
36. Dr Welsh
38. Dr Thomas Dehane Lightbody (Assistant Surgeon)
42. Out of repair - when repaired Lieutenant Robert O'Neill
49. Captain Thomas Faunce
 

Only a proportion of our collections are on display at anyone time.  Certain items are on loan for display in other institutions.  An appointment is required to consult any of our collections which are held in store.

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