Several counties lost their regiments as a result of the Cardwell Reforms, including Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, Hertfordshire, Rutlandshire, Buckinghamshire and Huntingdonshire. Others, such as Cambridgeshire, never had a regiment. All of these counties were later (after 1908) given Territorial Force regiments with the county name and Buckinghamshire was reinstated by linking with Oxfordshire and Hertfordshire later became linked with Bedfordshire.
The highest number of foot raised was the 135th, with almost all those after 103rd being associated with Scotland and / or Ireland.
There were several cities that did not have any particular regiment associated with them.