Memorial Plaques & Tablets

Brass Memorial Plaque

A Brass Memorial Plaque records the deaths of two men of 1st Queen’s who died at Nowshera.

In memory of Private Alfred Emery D Company. Died on 12th June 1895 aged 23 years.

In memory of Private Charles Alden, D Company. Died on 29th April 1895 aged 23 years.

St James’ Church Tower, Karnal

In the St James’ Church Tower, Karnal there is a tablet recording that the undermentioned are buried at Karnal for whom no monument remains.

Major Eager, H M 31st Foot - Dec 22, 1832

Capt. Alexander Beattie, HM 31st Foot - May 28 1834

Capt Green HM 31st Foot - Dec 23 1835

The Cemetery At Ambala

In the cemetery at Ambala is the grave of G T Fogerty.

G T Fogerty: Sacred to the memory of G T Fogerty Esquire late surgeon, 70th Regiment who died at Umballah on the 3rd September 1854. This Tomb has been erected by the Officers of the Regiment as a mark of their esteem.

St Andrew’s Church Ferozepore

In St Andrew’s Church Ferozepore there is a tablet in memory of the Officers and Other Ranks who were killed or mortally wounded at the Battle of Ferozashahr (original spelling).

Lieutenant Colonel (Brevet-Colonel) Samuel Bolton, CB, 31st Foot. Brigadier Commanding the First Brigade of Infantry Army of the Sutlej.

Captain William Gibson Willes, 31st Foot.

Lieutenant John Brenchley, 31st Foot.

Lieutenant I L R Pollard 31st Foot.

Lieutenant and Adjutant W Bernard, 31st Foot.


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