4 edition of Army of the Sutlej 1845-6 Casualty Roll (India Office Records) found in the catalog.
December 31, 2002
by Naval & Military Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
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[Great Britain. India Office.] -- This medal, sanctioned inwas the first campaign award issued to all ranks with clasps, although clasps had been awarded on the Gold Crosses and Medals issued to officers for the peninsular.
The Sikh War was a difficult one, as the Sikh army was well-trained and armed. As a result, British Casualties at the four actions were heavy. ARMY of the SUTLEJ CASUALTY ROLL. £ £ The list of casualties have been compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the India Office Library.
The list is by regiments and gives the nature of the casualty, date and battle in which incurred: Moodkee, Ferozeshuhur, Aliwal or Sobraon. The Sikh War was a difficult one, as the Sikh army was well-trained and armed. As a result, British Casualties at the four actions were heavy.
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Sutlej The Sikh War was a difficult one, as the Sikh army was well-trained and armed. As a result British casualties at the four actions were heavy.
However, the campaign was short and concentrated, lasting only three months. The Sikhs returned for a further conflict with the British two years later, Punjab ; Casualties compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the India Office Library and Records; Bengal Officers Casualty Rolls ; India Register and ; Bengal and Agra Directory and ; Public Record Office - Muster Rolls of the 10th Foot ; 49 pages View more info.
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Details about Army of the Sutlej Casualty Roll by The India Office Records From the Be the first to write a review. Army of the Sutlej Casualty Roll by The India Office Records From the. Roll of Honour - SUTLEJ CAMPAIGN - The Sikh War (The First Sikh War) was a difficult one, as the Sikh army was well-trained and well armed.
As a result, British Casualties were heavy. The campaign was short and concentrated, lasting only three months. Punjab Campaign Casualty Roll: From the India Office Records: 80 pages Naval and Military Press Abe Amazon: Army of the Sutlej Casualty Roll: Wren, Wendy: 52 pages Reprint; Naval & Military Press Ltd, + print on demand ISBN: Abe Amazon: Casualty Roll for the Crimea (Found in Hardback and paperback) Cook, Frank.
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"There are two. The Sutlej Medal was a campaign medal approved infor issue to officers and men of the British Army and Honourable East India Company who served in the Sutlej campaign of This medal was the first to use clasps to denote soldiers who fought in the major battles of the campaign.
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Único y creíble para el tipo de libro History caracteriza muy concreta. Archivos Epub y PDF pueden estar presentes en la pantalla en este momento. A SUPERB "CASUALTY" THREE CLASP SUTLEJ MEDAL (MOODKEE Reverse) FEROZESHUHUR. ALIWAL. SOBRAON To: Cpl WILLIAM BECKET 50th (WEST KENT) Regiment.
"KILLED IN ACTION" at SOBRAON, 10th February [BIOGRAPHY] William Becket was born in Winchester in and prior to joining the army was a labourer of almost 19 years of age.
I know that Ancestry has recently published a number of medal rolls but I just came across this National Archives link which lists medal rolls in the India Office Library.
Contents 1 L/MIL/5/ Summary 2 L/MIL/5/ East India Company's General Service Medal (Army of India Medal) 3 L/MIL/5/ India General Service Medal. Casualty Roll of the Army of the Sutlej - 3, casualties compiled from the Sutlej Medal Rolls held at the India Office Library Officers of the Madras Army - This book contains the dates of appointment of 4, offices who served from the beginning of the Madras Presidency, the British East India Company.India & Punjab – Army of Sutlej typed/manuscript printed and bound titled ‘Casualty Roll for the.
In Toys, Collectables, Historical Documents & Ind.SUTLEJ CAMPAIGN CASUALTY ROLL. 9th Foot 10th Foot 29th Foot 31st Foot. 50th Foot (including roll and memorial to those killed in the collapse of the Barracks at Ludhiana ) 53rd and 62nd Foot 80th Foot.