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PostSubject: Medal and Clasp: Number issued. Source Northeast Medals   Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:45 pm

Main British units deployed.

Royal Navy (& Naval Brigade)
HMS Active originally 451 names on the roll but 42 Kroomen were deleted leaving 409, of which 62 were RM/RMA

HMS Boadicea 476 of which 53 were RM/RMA
HMS Euphrates 261 of which 19 were RM (all no clasp medals)
HMS Forester 76 of which 9 were RM (all 1879 clasp medals)
HMS Himalaya 229 of which 27 were RM (all no clasp medals)
HMS Orontes 226 of which 27 were RM (all no clasp medals)
HMS Shah 705 of which 87 were RM/RMA
HMS Tamar 226 of which 28 were RM (all no clasp medals)
HMS Tenedos 196 of which 24 were RM/RMA

Army
Royal Artillery.
5th Brigade; N Battery (273 N). 6th Brigade; M,(176) N (180) & O (161) Batteries. 7th Brigade; 8 (91), 10 (63) & 11 (170 N ) Batteries.
The 1st King's Dragoon Guards.
"1879" (641) + 78 no clasp.
The 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own).
"1879" (599) + 33 no clasp.
2nd Battalion, The 3rd (East Kent ) Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion, The Buffs (East Kent Regiment)
"1878-9" (38), "1879" (892).
2nd Battalion 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
"1879" (971) + 28 no clasp.
1st Battalion, The 13th (1st Somersetshire) (Prince Albert's Light Infantry) Regiment
1st Battalion Prince Albert's (Somerset Light Infantry)
"1878" (38), "1878-9" (688), "1879" (81) + 81 no clasp.
2nd Battalion, The 21st (Royal Scots Fusiliers) Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion The Royal Scots Fusiliers
"1879" (862) + 153 no clasp.
1st Battalion The 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot
1st Battalion The South Wales Borderers
"1877-8" (157), "1877-8-9" (526), 1878 (1), "1878-9" (24), "1879" (663) + 33 no clasp. Large number of men killed at Isandhlwana.
2nd Battalion The 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion The South Wales Borderers
"1877-8" (55), "1877-8-9" (823), "1879" (163) + 290 no clasp.
The 57th (West Middlesex) Regiment of Foot
1st Battalion, The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment)
"1879" (1034) + 141 no clasp.
The 58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot.
2nd Battalion, The Northamptonshire Regiment
"1879" (689) + 345 no clasp.
3rd Battalion, The 60th (The King's Royal Rifle Corps) Regiment of Foot.
3rd Battalion, The King's Royal Rifle Corps
1877-8-9" (1), "1878-9" (1), "1879" (1024) + 38 no clasp.
The 80th (Staffordshire Volunteers) Regiment of Foot.
2nd Battalion The South Staffordshire Regiment
1878 (294), "1878-9" (626), "1879" (198) + 121 no clasp.
The 88th (Connaught Rangers) Regiment of Foot.
1st Battalion, The Connaught Rangers.
"1877-8" (252), "1877-8-9" (400), "1879" (387) + 35 no clasp.
The 90th Perthshire Volunteers Light Infantry
2nd Battalion, The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
"1877-8" (72), "1877-8-9" (556), 1878 (1), "1879" (388) + 55 no clasp.
The 91st (Princess Louise's Argyllshire) Highlanders
1st Battalion The Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland) Highlanders.
"1879" (954) + 85 no clasp.
The 94th Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion, The Connaught Rangers.
"1879" (948) + 44 no clasp.
The 99th (The Duke of Edinburgh's Lanarkshire) Regiment of Foot
2nd Battalion, The Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regiment).
"1879" (903) + 31 no clasp.

Army Hospital Corps. "1877-8" (11), "1877-8-9" (9), 1878 (1), "1879" (249) + 197 no clasp.
Army Medical Department. "1877" (2) "1877-8" (11), "1877-8-9" (4), 1878 (17), "1878-9" (16), "1879" (78) + 65 no clasp.
Army Pay Department "1877-8" (8), "1877-8-9" (6), "1879" (10) + 16 no clasp.
Army Service Corps Commissariat. "1877" (1) "1877-8" (5), "1877-9" (1) "1877-8-9" (5), 1878 (1), "1878-9" (1), "1879" (83) + 71 no clasp.
Army Service Corps Ordnance. 1878 (1), "1878-9" (1), "1879" (36) + 116 no clasp.
Army Service Corps Transport. "1877-8" (4), "1877-8-9" (1), "1878-9" (1), "1879" (495) + 146 no clasp.
Commissariat and Transport Staff "1877-8" (14), "1877-8-9" (9), "1878-9" (1), "1879" (100) + 37 no clasp.

Royal Engineers.
C Troop (177), 2nd Coy (177), 5th Coy (139), 7th Coy (46), 30th Coy (212).



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