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Alderton, Thomas. Assistant Commissary. Commissariat&Transport dept. Drowned crossing river near Bethlehem, Orange Free State, april.5.1879.
Anstey, Edgar. Lieutenant, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana, 22.january 1879.
Atkinson, Charles. Lieutenant. 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana, 22.january 1879.
Avery, S. Lieutenant. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Barry, A.T. Captain. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Barton, Robert. Captain. 2nd Coldstream Guards. Killed at Hlobane, 28.march 1879, while on Special Service.
Black, N.D. Lieutenant. 1st batt. 1st Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Blakeway, W.J. Captain. Transkei Fingo Militia. Killed in action.
Bloomfield, Edward. Quartermaster, 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Boyes, C. Captain. Hottentot Militia and Levy. Killed in action.
Bradshaw, W.F. Captain. Streatfield´s Fingo Levies. Killed in action.
Bradstreet. Captain. Newcastle Mounted Rifles. Killed at Isandlwana.
Bright, Arthur. 2nd Lieutenant. 90th Perthshire Light Infantry. Died of wounds at Kambula, 29th march 1879.
Bruce, W. Lieutenant. Diamond Fields Horse. Killed in action at Gobatse Heights, 14th october 1878.
Bonaparte, Eugene louis Jean. Prince Imperial. Killed near Ityotyozi River, Zululand, june 1st 1879. Son of Napoleon III of France. Attached to the staff.
Campbell, Ronald. Captain. 2nd Coldstream Guards. Killed at Hlobane, 28th march 1879. Son of the earl of Cawdor. Staff officer to col. Evelyn Wood.
Cavaye, Charles. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana. Son of general Cavaye.
Chambers. Quartermaster, 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Clarke, John. Lieutenant. Royal Engineers, 7th Field Co. Died of disease 1879.
Coghill, Nevill Josiah. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana. Posthumous Victoria Cross. Son of sir John Coghill from Dublin. Died saving the Queen`s Colour of his regiment.
Coker, Lewis. Midshipman, Royal Navy. Died at Etshowe, 16th march 1879.
Daly, James. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Darcy, William. 2nd Lieutenant. 99th Lanarkshire Regt. Died at Durban, 23rd september 1879.
Davison, Athur. Lieutenant. 99th Lanarkshire Regt. Died at Etshowe, 27th march 1879.
Degacher, William. Captain. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Donovan, J. Captain. Diamond Fields Horse. Killed in action.
Douglas, James. Lieutenant. Royal Scots Fusiliers.. Killed in action at Kwamagwasa, Zululand, 30th june 1879. Son of sir George Douglas, MP.
Durnford, Anthony William. Brevet Colonel. Royal Engineers. Killed at Isandlwana. Son of general E.Durnford.
Dyason, W.W. Field Adjutant. Northern Border Police. Killed in action.
Dyer, Henry. Lieutenant. 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Dyson, Edward. 2nd Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Erskine, E. Captain. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Evelyn, George. 2nd Lieutenant. 2/3rd East Kent Regiment. Died at Etshowe, 30th march 1879.
Farmer, Henry. Lieutenant. 3/60th King`s Royal Rifle Corps. Died at Fort Pearson, 20th september 1879.
Franklin, Reginald. 2nd Lieutenant. 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Died, 20th february 1879. Son of maj.gen.C.Franklin.
Frith, Frederick. Lieutenant. 17th Lancers. Killed at Ezunganyan Hill, 5th june 1879.
Gav, P. Lieutenant. Wodehouse True Blues. Killed in action at Morosi`s Stronghold, 8th april 1879.
Gibson,A. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Godwin-Austen, Frederick. Lieutenant. 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Gough, Hugh Rudolph. Captain. Coldstream Guards, attached to 5th Natal Natice Cont. Died at Herwen, 19th april 1879. Son of Viscount Gough of Galway.
Griffith, Thomas. Sub-Lieutenant. 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Halcraft, F. Lieutenant. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Hall, Arthur. Lieutenant of Orderlies, Army Hospital Corps. Killed at Isandlwana.
Hamilton, Thomas. Captain. Raaf`s Transvaal Rangers. Killed in action at Hlobane, 28th march 1879.
Hardy, Henry. Lieutenant. Rifle Brigade. Died at Landman`s Drift, Natal, 4th october 1879. Son of sir John Hardy.
Hitchcock, George. Quartermaster. Newcastle Mounted Rifles. Killed at Isandlwana.
Hodson, George. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana. Son of Sir George Hodson.
Jameson, C. Lieutenant. 3rd Regt. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Johnson, George. Lieutenant. 99th Lanarkshire Regt. Killed at Ginghilovo, 2nd april 1879.
Krohn, R. Captain. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Lawrell, Walter. Captain. 4th Hussars. Killed at Sekukini`s Stronghold, 28th november 1879. Attached to 1st Dragoon Guards.
Lister. Lieutenant. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
London, William. Quartermaster. Natal Carbineers. Killed at Isandlwana.
Lonsdale, James. Captain. 1st Batt. 3rd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Macaulay, J.E. Commandant. Transvaal Mounted Rifles. Killed in action at Sekukuni? s Kraal, 28th november 1879.
Manley, J. Lieutenant. Kaffarian Volunteers. Died of wounds.
Mason, Charles. Lieutenant. 2/3rd East Kent Regt. Died at Herwen, 7th april 1879.
McCormick, J. Quartermaster. Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
MacDowel, Francis. Lieutenant. Royal Engineers. Killed at Isandlwana. Son of professor MacDowel, of university of Dublin.
McNaghten. Captain. Frontier Light Horse. Killed in action at Perie Bush, 8th may 1878.
Melvill, Tegnmouth. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana. Posthumous Victoria Cross. Died saving Queen`s colour of his regiment.
Moriarty, David. Captain. 80th Staffordshire Regt. Killed at Myer`s Drift, Ntombe River, 11th march 1879.
Mostyn, William. Captain. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Murray, Orlando. Captain. 3rd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Murray, O.E. Lieutenant. Fort White Mounted Volunteers. Killed in action
Mynors, Arthur. 2nd Lieutenant. 3/60th King`s Royal Rifle Corps. Died at Fort Pearson, 25th april 1879.
Nicolson, Frederick. Lieutenant. 11th Battery, 7th Brigade, Royal Artillery. Died of wounds at Kambala, 30th march 1879. Son of admiral sir Frederick Nicolson.
Northey, Francis Vernon. Lieutenant-colonel. 3/60th King`s Royal Rifle Corps. Wounded at Ginghilovo, 2nd april. Died 6th april 1879.
Palliser. Lieutenant. Diamond Fields Horse. Killed in action at Gobatse Heights, 14th october 1878.
Pardoe, George. Lieutenant. 1st Somerset Light Infantry. Wounded at Ulundi. Died in camp on the Umlatoosi River, 14th july 1879.
Patterson. Lieutenant. Barkley Rangers. Killed in action.
Phillmore, Stephen. Deputy Commissary. Ordnance Store dept. Died at Utrecht, 7th april 1879.
Plattner, G. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed in action at Inyetzane, 22nd january 1879.
Pool, J. Lieutenant. Weatherley`s Border Horse, Killed at Hlobane, 28th march 1879.
Pope, Charles. Lieutenant. 2/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Porteous, Francis. Lieutenant. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Pritchard, R.A. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Pullen, James. Quartermaster. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Pulleine, Henry. Brevet lieutenant-colonel. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
Raines, J.L. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed in action at Inyetzane, 22nd january 1879.
Reed, H.A. Lieutenant. 3rd Cape Mounted Yeomanry. Killed in action at Moirosi`s Stronghold, 8th april 1879.
Rivers, H.O. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Russell, Francis. Captain. 11th Battery, 7th Brigade, Royal Artillery. Killed at Isandlwana.
Saltmarshe, A.H. Lieutenant. 90th Foot. Killed in action at Intaba Ka`Udoda, 30th april 1878.
Sandham, George. Captain. 90th Perthshire Light Infantry. Died at Kambula, Zululand, 31st march 1879. Son of lieutenant-general Sandham.
Scott, F.J.Lieutenant. Natal Carbineers. Killed at Isandlwana.
Scott-Douglas, James H. Lieutenant. 2/21st Royal Scots Fusiliers. Killed in action at Kwa Magwaza, 4th july 1879.
Shepherd, Peter. Surgeon Major. Army Medical Dept. Killed at Isandlwana.
Smith, Stuart. Major. 5th Brigade, Royal Artillery. Killed at Isandlwana.
Stourton, Marmaduke. Captain. 63rd West Suffolk Regt. Died at Pietermaritzburg, 18th april 1879.
Surmon, J. Inspector. Cape Mounted Rifles. Killed in action at Moirosi`s Stronghold, 8th april 1879.
Thirkill, John. Lieutenant. 88th Connaught Rangers Regt. Died at Herwen, 22nd april 1879.
Troy, Jeremiah. Lieutenant, Orderly. Army Hospital Corps. Died at Durban, 8th october 1879.
Tyrrell, G. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Van Der Venter, G. Captain. Van Der Venter`s Volunteer Corps. Killed in action.
Vereker, Standish. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana. Son of Viscount Gort.
Von Stietencron, count Otto. Lieutenant. Frontier Light Horse. Killed in action at Hlobane, 28th march 1879.
Ward, G. Lieutenant. Diamond Fields Horse. Killed in action at Gobatse Heights, 14th october 1878.
Wardell, George. Captain. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana. Born in Canada.
Weatherley, Frederick. Lieutenant-Colonel. Weatherley`s Border Horse. Killed in action 28th march 1879 at Hlobane.
White, Francis. Major. Army Pay Dept. 24th Foot. Killed at Isandlwana. From Ireland.
Williams. Lieutenant. Frontier Light Horse. Killed in action at Hlobane, 28th march 1879.
Williams, Cecil. Captain. 58th Foot. Killed near Zlobane Mountain, 28th march 1879.
Williams, Herbert. Captain. 2/3rd East Kent Regt. Died at etshowe, 12th march 1879.
Wyatt-Edgell, Edmund. 17th Lancers. Killed at Ulundi, 3rd july 1879. Son of rev.Wyatt-Edgell and baroness Braye.
Wynne, Warren. Captain. Royal Engineers. Died at Fort Pearson, Natal Frontier, 9th april 1879.
Young, L.D. Lieutenant. 2nd Natal Native Contingent. Killed at Isandlwana.
Younghusband, Reginald. Captain. 1/24th, 2nd Warwickshire Regt. Killed at Isandlwana.
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PostSubject: This is a list of the Victoria Cross recipients from the Zulu War.   ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES: EmptyThu Oct 07, 2010 6:50 pm

They are listed alphabetically with recipient's name, regiment, the date of the action they were commendated for and the place of the action. Posthumous awards are marked (*Ph) after the name.

William Allen, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

William Beresford, 9th Lancers, 3 July 1879, Ulundi, Zululand.

Anthony Booth, 18th Regiment of Foot, 12 March 1879, Intombi River, Zululand.

Gonville Bromhead, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Edward Browne, 24th Regiment of Foot, 29 March 1879, Battle of Hlobane, Zululand.

Redvers Buller, 60th Rifles, 28 March 1879, Battle of Hlobane, Zululand.

John Chard, Royal Engineers, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Nevill Coghill (*Ph), 24th Regiment of Foot, 22 January 1879, Battle of Isandhlwana, Zululand.

James Dalton, Commissariat and Transport Department, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Henry D'Arcy, Cape Frontier Light Horse, 3 July 1879, Ulundi, Zululand.

Edmund Fowler, 26th Regiment of Foot, 28 March 1879, Battle of Hlobane, Zululand.

Frederick Hitch, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Alfred Hook, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Robert Jones, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

William Jones, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

William Leet, 13th Regiment of Foot, 28 March 1879, Battle of Hlobane, Zululand.

Henry Lysons, 26th Regiment of Foot, 28 March 1879, Battle of Hlobane, Zululand.

Teignmouth Melvill (*Ph), 24th Regiment of Foot, 22 January 1879, Battle of Isandhlwana, Zululand.

Edmund O'Toole, Cape Frontier Light Horse, 3 July 1879, Ulundi, Zululand.

James Reynolds, Army Medical Department, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Christian Schiess, Natal Native Contingent, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.

Samuel Wassall, 18th Regiment of Foot, 22 January 1879, Battle of Isandhlwana, Zululand.

John Williams, 24th Regiment of Foot, 22-23 January 1879, Rorke's Drift, Zululand.
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PostSubject: Total Officer Losses.   ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES: EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 2:52 am

Hi Liitlehand .
Searched through a few books and found some missing from your initial list . Here they are .

John Hardwick - Assistant Paymaster Died London 1 /12 / 79 From Consumption of the Lungs brought by Exposure
and Fatigue during the Zulu War .

John Alfred Gissing - Lt. Of Orderlies , AHC. Died on board the Steamship ' Roman ' in Mossell Bay , Sth Africa 3 / 1 / 79.
Joseph. A. Roberts - Lt. O/C 2nd Troop NNH KIA Isandlwana ( Friendly fire by N / 5th Bgde )
Francis Holcroft - Lt. 1 / 3rd NNC 2nd Coy KIA Isandlwana
Frank William Bruce - Act Surg. KIA Isandlwana ( Mistrancsribed as either Bruee or Bull in Official Lists )
Samuel Grant - Interpreter 1 / 3rd NNC KIA Isandlwana .
George Palmer Shepstone - Political Assistant Staff No 2 Column KIA Isandlwana ( Western Slope ).
Jame White - Lt . Transvaal Rangers , DOW, 1st April 79 , Recieved at Hlobane 28 / 3 / 79
Piet . L Uys - Commandant Burgher Force KIA Hlobane
V.H. Lys - Adj Border Horse KIA Hlobane
H.W. Parminter . Sub Lt. Border Horse . KIA Hlobane .
R. Weatherley . Sub Lt. Border Horse . KIA Hlobane
The Honourable W. Drummond - Chelmsford's Staff , Missing after the firing of Ulundi , Body found 18th Aug 79 .

Some minor corrections .
Erskine , should read Capt Charles. A .
Barry , should read A.J .
Chambers , should read , A.P.

Good post littlehand Idea
cheers 90th :)
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PostSubject: Total Officer Losses.   ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES: EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 2:55 am

hi all .
Forgot to mention the following publications were used . ' They Fell Like Stones ' by John Young .
Last and not least . ' England's Sons by Julian Whybra . Big thanks to those Gentlemen .
cheers 90th . :)
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I am led to believe that more officers were killed at the battle of Isandhlwana than were killed during the battle of Waterloo - any takers?
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PostSubject: officer losses   ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES: EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 2:27 pm

hi younghusband.
I know that statement has been bandied around but fairly certain it's untrue.
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From memory, i think 48 or 50 allied officers died on the 18th of June 1815
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PostSubject: Re: ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES:   ZULU WAR, 1879. TOTAL OFFICER LOSSES: EmptyFri Oct 08, 2010 5:13 pm

Waterloo Excerpts
Officer Casualty List for the Anglo-Allied Army:

LIST OF OFFICERS, KILLED, WOUNDED, AND MISSING.
(Extracted from the London Gazette.)
BATTLE OF THE 18th.

KILLED.
General Staff—Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Picton, G. C. B.; Major-General Sir W. Ponsonby, K. C. B.; Colonel Baron Charles Ompteda; Lieutenant-Colonel E. Currie, Ninetieth Foot, A. A. General.
Brigade Major Staff, K. G. L.—Captain Henry Weigman.
General Staff—Captain Honourable William Curzon, Sixty-ninth Foot, D. A. A. G.; Captain Walter Crofton, Fifty-fourth Foot, Brigade-Major; Captain T. Reignolds (Major), Second R. N. B. Dragoons, Brigade-Major; Captain Charles Eccles, Ninety-fifty Foot, Brigade-Major, Captain de Cloudt, K. G. L.
First Life-Guards—Major Samuel Ferrior (Lieutenant-Colonel), and Captain M. Lind.
Second Life-Guards—Richard Fitzgerald (Lieutenant-Colonel).
Royal Regiment Horse-Guards Blue—Major Robert C. Pack.
First Dragoon Guards—Captain John D. Bringhurst (Major); Captain George Battersby; and Adjutant Thomas Shelver.
Second or R. N. B. Dragoons—Lieutenant-Colonel James J. Hamilton; Captain G. L. Barnard; Lieutenant Trotter; Cornets Edward Westly, F. C. Kinchant, and L. Shuldham.
Sixth Dragoons—Adjutant Michael Cluskey.
Tenth Hussars—Major Hon F. Howard, and Lieutenant George Gunning.
Eleventh Light Dragoons—Lieutenant Edward Phillips.
Twelfth Light Dragoons—Lieutenant L. J. Bertie, and Cornet J. F. Lockhart.
Thirteenth Light Dragoons—Captain James Gubbins. Fifteenth Hussars—Major Edward Griffith, and Lieutenant Isaac Sherwood.
Sixteenth Light Dragoons—Captain J. P. Buchanan; and Cornet Alexander Hay.
First Light Dragoons, K. G. L.—Captain Frederick Peters; and Lieutenants C. F. Sevetson and Otto Kuhlmann.
Second Light Dragoons, K. G. L.—Captain F. B. Bulow, and Cornet H. Drangmeister.
Third Hussars, K. G. L.—Captain Augustus Kerssenbruh and George Jansen; Cornet William Deickmann; and Adjutant Henry Bruggemann.
Royal Artillery, K. G. L.—Lieutenant Detlef de Schulzen.
First Guards, second battalion—Sir Francis D'Oyley (Lieutenant-Colonel).
First Guards, third battalion—Captains Edward Stables (Lieutenant-Colonel), and Charles Thomas (Lieutenant-Colonel); Ensign Edward Pardoe.
Coldstream Guards, second battalion—Lieutenant John Lucie Blackman.
Third Guards, second battalion—Lieutenants Honourable Hastings Forbes (Captain), Thomas Crawford (Captain), and John Ashton (Captain).
First Foot, third battalion—Lieutenant William Young, and Ensign William Anderson.
Twenty-third Foot, first battalion—Captains Joseph Hawtyn (Major), Charles Joliffe, and Thomas Farnier; Lieutenant G. Fensham.
Twenty-seventh Foot, first battalion—Captain George Holmes; Ensign Samuel Ireland.
Twenty-eighth Foot—Captain W. Meacham.
Thirtieth Food, second battalion—Major J. W. Chambers; Captain Alexander M'Nabb; Lieutenants Henry Beere and Edward Prendergast; Ensigns John James and James Bullen.
Thirty-third Foot—Lieutenants R. H. Buck and James Hart.
Fortieth Foot, first battalion—Major A. R. Heyland; Captain W. Fisher.
Fifty-second Foot—Ensign W. Nettles. Sixty-ninth Foot—Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Morice (Colonel); Captains Benjamin Hobhouse and R. Blackwood.
Seventy-first Foot—Ensign John Todd.
Seventy-third Foot—Captains Alexander Robertson and John Kennedy; Lieutenant Matthew Hollis; Ensigns Samuel Lowe and Charles Page.
Seventh-ninth Foot, first battalion—Lieutenants D. M'Pherson and E. Kennedy.
Ninety-fifth Foot, first battalion—First Lieutenant Edward Duncan Johnstone.
First Light Battalion, K. G. L.—Captains Philip Holzermann, Henry Marschalk, and Alexander Goeben; Lieutenant Anthony Albert.
Second Battalion, K. G. L.—Captains A. Boseweil (Major), and William Schaumann; Ensign Frederick Robertson.
First Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Captain Charles Holle.
Second Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Captain George Tibe.
Third Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Captain Frederick Didel.
Fourth Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Ensign Frederick Cronhelm.
Fifth Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Captain C. Wurmb, Adjutant Laves Schuck.
Eighth Line Battalion, K. G. L.—Captains William Voight and T. Westernhagen; Lieutenant William Mahrenholz.

TOTAL 43


BATTLE OF THE 17th.
KILLED.

Seventy-third Foot, second battalion—Lieutenant William Strahan.

TOTAL 1

LIST OF OFFICERS, KILLED, WOUNDED, AND MISSING.
(Extracted from the London Gazette.)
BATTLE OF THE 16th.

KILLED.
First Guards—Ensign James Lord Hay, Aid-de-camp to General Maitland.
First Guards, second battalion—Lieutenant Thomas Brown (Captain); Ensign S. S. P. Barrington.
First Guards, third battalion—Lieutenant Edward Grose (Captain).
First Foot—Captain William Buckley; Lieutenants John Armstrong and J. E. O'Neill; Ensigns J. G. Kennedy, Charles Graham, and Alexander Robertson.
Thirty-second Foot—Captain Edward Whitty. Thirty-third Foot—Captain John Haigh; Lieutenants John Boyce and Arthur Gore.
Forty-second Foot—Lieutenant Colonel Sir R. Macara, K. C. B. Lieutenant R. Gordon; Ensign W. Gerard.
Forth-fourth Foot, second battalion—Lieutenant William Tomkins; Ensign Peter Cooke.
Sixty-ninth Foot, second battalion—Lieutenant Edward William Whitwick.
Seventy-ninth Foot, first battalion—Adjutant J. Kynock.
Ninety-second Foot—Captain William Little; Lieutenant J. J. Chisholm; Ensigns Abel Becher and John M. R. Macpherson; First Lieutenant William Lister.

TOTAL 10


Grand total 54





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A few more than I estimated!
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