30th (Cambridgeshire) Regt. memorial, Crimea

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30th (Cambridgeshire) Regt. memorial, Crimea

Postby BereniceUK » 12 May 2014 20:38

The tablet is now at the Lancashire Regiment Museum, Preston.

In memory of
Lieutenant Colonel W.F. Hoey - died of disease
Lieutenant Colonel J.B. Patullo C.B. - died of wounds
Captain A.W. Connolly - died of wounds
Captain J.C.N. Stevenson - died of wounds
Lieutenant F. Luxmore - killed in action
Lieutenant A. Gibson - killed in action
Lieutenant J.D. Ross-Lewin - died of wounds
Lieutenant W. Kerr - died of wounds
Ensign W.J. Johnston - died of disease
Ensign S.M. Fitzpatrick - died of disease
Ensign R.G. Deane - killed in action
Ensign J. Thompson - died of wounds
Lieutenant and Adjutant J. Forbes - died of wounds

also of Sergeant Major J. McClellan and 426 non-commissioned officers and privates who fell in action, or died from wounds and disease during the war with Russia from 1854 until 1856.

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