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Soldiers of the Regiment

Regimental Rolls

Indian Mutiny Medal, 1857

The Indian Mutiny Medal was awarded to the following soldiers of the 1st Battalion, King's Own Regiment.
 

Private George Alexander
Corporal William Anderson
Corporal James Archer
Private D R Ashworth
Private John Atfield
Private John Atherton
Private Charles Barrett
Private Charles Beeko
Private Matthew Bell
Private Robert Bell
Lieutenant George M Billington Severely Wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Joseph Bird
Private William Boggis Severely Wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Thomas Bond
Private James Brady
Private John Brady
Private Charles Brennan
Corporal Francis Brooks
Private Charles Brown
Private James Bullock
Private John Burdett
Private Richmond Burridge Seriously wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William Butler
Private James Callanan
Private Thomas Carey
Private John Cassidy
Captain D G Clery
Private Thomas Clitherow
Private John Clure
Private Daniel Coates
Private John Collins
Private James Conlan
Private Peter Coonie
Private William Cox
Private William Dakin
Private Joseph Davis
Lieutenant J D Dickinson Wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Robert Dorman
Private John Dougan
Private Patrick Dougherty Severely Wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William Doughty
Corporal Darby Doyle
Private James Duffey
Sergeant Robert Durbin
Private Michael Dureen (or Duncan)
Private Robert Eames
Private David Ellison Disabled by wounds 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Corporal William Ely
Sergeant John Escohue Killed in Action 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Hugh Evans
Private Joseph Evans
Private James Fallon
Private Samuel Fell Slightly wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William Ferguson
Private William Finch
Private Richard Fitzgerald
Private Hugh Forster
Private John Forster
Private Hugh Frail
Colour Sgt Charles French
Private Edward Ganton
Private Henry Gardiner
Private James Gibson
Private George Gowers Severely wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Samuel Greenwade
Private Henry Grogan
Colour Sgt William Halfpenny
Private Andrew Hamilton
Private John Hartin Died of wounds 2nd May 1858 at Betwa
Corporal George Harvey
Private Jesse Hawkins
Private John Heaney
Private Robert Herbison
Corporal John Hill
Private Hugh Holland
Corporal Thomas W Hulbert
Private Richard Irvine Disabled by wounds 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William James
Private John Jameson
Sergeant Richard Johnson DCM In Crimea
Private James Johnston
Private Thomas Johnston
Private Michael Johnstone
Private William Jones
Private Henry Keates
Private Thomas Keatley
Private John Key
Private James G King
Private George Kinkade
Private Isaac Kirk Dangerously wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William J Laffey Killed in action 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Robert L Lee
Private Henry Leedham
Private John Lennox
Private Thomas Lewis
Private John Little
Private Leonard Lush
Private George Luther
Private William Luther
Private John Lynch
Private Jeremiah Maloney
Private William Manderville
Private Patrick Mara
Private James Marragh
Private Patrick Martin
Private John Mason
Private Benjamin Maycock
Corporal Thomas McAdam Slightly Wounded 2 Apr, 1858 at Betwa
Sergeant Charles McAuley DCM for Crimea
Private James McCafferty
Private Hugh McCaffery
Private Thomas McCartney
Private James McCredie
Private Thomas McCummisky
Private James McDermott Severely wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Thomas McDonald
Private Patrick McEasy
Private Henry McGovan
Private Daniel McGrath
Drummer Francis McGuinness
Private T. McGusk
Private William McKeaver
Private John McKenna
Private Gordon McKenzie
Private Michael McLeod DCM in Crimea
Private Michael McNamara
Private John D McNaught
Corporal Thomas McQueen
Private Michael Meakle
Private John Moran
Private John Moran
Private Michael Morrisory Disabled by wounds on 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private James Murphy
Private John Murry
Private Teddy Murry
Private James Newing
Private Bartholomew Noon Slightly wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private John Norton
Private William Nurton
Private Edward Oatridge
Private Cornelius O'Brien
Private Abraham O'Hara
Private James Orr
Private Perry Page
Private William Parnell
Private James Passmore
Captain J Paton
Private George Payne
Private Jeremiah Pearson Disabled by wounds 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private William Perry
Drummer George Phillips
Drummer James Phillips
Private George Pitman
Private Alexander Plater
Private James Ponton
Private William Quinn
Private William Rankin
Private Patrick Ready
Colour Sergeant Robert Redman
Private Michael Regan
Private Thomas Reid
Private Benjamin Reynolds
Private Charles Richardson
Private James Roache
Private James Roberts
Private Thomas Roberts
Private Richard Rodgers
Private Michael Rogan
Private George Rutter
Private James Ryan Dangerously wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Lieutenant F Rynd
Private Thomas Scammells
Drummer William F Scott
Private Timothy Shea
Captain T Sheppard
Private Daniel Smith
Private Thomas Smith Slightly wounded 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private John Solmand
Private Edward Stanley Killed in action 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private James Stevens
Captain C Stokes
Private Michael Sullivan
Sergeant Henry Tassell
Private Joseph Taylor
Private William Taylor
Private Stephen Thatcher
Private Archibald Thompson
Private Jeremiah Tracey
Private Richard Tranter
Private Thomas Tudor
Private James Tulley Killed in action, 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private Alfred Veal
Private Thomas Walsh
Private Charles Welsh
Private John Whelan
Private George White
Private Richard White
Private William Williss
Private Eli Wiltshire Disabled by wounds 2 Apr 1858 at Betwa
Private John Wright
Private Abraham Yates
Private Ian Younis
 

 


 

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