West Wales War Memorial Project
West Wales War Memorial Project

Crimean War

The Crimean War, which took place from October 1853 until February 1856, marked the forging of an alliance of France, Britain, Turkey and Sardinia against Russia, and was originally brought about because of a clash of interests involving the right of Christians in the Holy Land. The war is seen as the first ‘modern’ war, involving such pioneering sciences as railways and telegraph communication, and also became famous for the pioneering work in medicine which was mainly due to the efforts of nurses such as Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole. The war was widely publicised in period newspapers and books, and gripped the people of Britain.

 

War erupted in the Black Sea between Russia and the Ottoman Empire in October 1853 over Russia's rights to protect Orthodox Christians. The Russians destroyed the Ottoman fleet at the port of Sinope, and to stop Russia gaining further supremacy over the ailing Ottoman Empire, France and Britain entered the war in March 1854. Most of the fighting took place for control of the Black Sea, with pitched battles on the Crimean peninsula in southern Russia, one such famously being the ill fated Charge of the Light Brigade. The Russians held their great fortress at Sevastopol for over a year, and repelled several attacks before it fell, leading to peace in March 1856.

 

Among the regiments involved with the British was the famed 23rd Regiment of Foot, known today as the Royal Welch Fusiliers. The regiment took part in both of the great assaults on Sevastopol, The Battle of the Alma, at Inkerman, and also in the Battle of Balaclava, which saw the famed Charge of the Light Brigade. The campaign took a heavy toll on the 23rd Regiment, seeing it lose 754 officers and men, 530 through disease.

 

The Regiment embarked for the Crimea aboard the Steam Ship Trent in April 1854, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Harry George Chester. Chester was killed during the Battle of the Alma on 20 September 1854, and command devolved onto Major (later General) Daniel Lysons. He commanded the Regiment throughout the remainder of the campaign, becoming wounded himself during the storming of the Redan on 18 June 1855.

Carmarthen Crimean Monument

After the remnants of his Regiment returned to Britain in July 1856, Lysons set about gathering support to build a monument to commemorate the fallen. His efforts culminated in the decision to erect the monument in Carmarthen, at the time considered to be the spiritual birthplace of the Regiment.

 

His work began with an open letter to Carmarthen, which was read out during a meeting of the Town Council:

 

‘Dover, 31st July, 1857.

 

                Sir,- 'With reference to a letter I received from you in June, 1855, I have now the honour to inform you that the Officers of the 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers have commissioned me to undertake the erection of a monument to the Officers and Soldiers of that Regiment who fell during the late War, It is the wish of the Officers that the proposed Memorial should be placed in some open space in Carmarthen, and that it shall bear the names of all the officers, non-commissioned officers, and privates, who were killed or who died of disease in the field during the war; so that any person at any time, may find thereon inscribed the name of any lost friend or relation. If you can give me any assistance in this undertaking, the Officers of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers will feel much indebted to you for your kindness. I propose being in London on Monday next, and shall go on to Carmarthen on Tuesday, when I shall do myself the honor of waiting upon you.

 

I have the honour to be, Sir,

 

Your most obedient humble servant,

 

D. LYSONS, Colonel, Commanding 25th King's Own Borderers, Late 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers.’

 

The idea was unanimously agreed upon, but months of wrangling then followed, with varying locations coming into consideration for the monument to be erected in the town. The final location, situated midway along Lammas Street, at the junction with Water Street proved controversial at the time, but was eventually agreed upon in June 1858.

 

In the meantime, work on creating the monument, designed and made by the sculptor Edward Richardson of London, became underway, and in July 1858 sections of the newly crafted Portland stone obelisk arrived by rail at Carmarthen station. Work to build the monument began immediately, under the supervision of Mr. Weekes of Carmarthen, while arrangements for its inauguration also began. The date decided upon was the fourth anniversary of the Battle of the Alma, Monday 20 September 1858.

 

The monument was created in Gothic style, with a gilded plume of feathers finial crowning the obelisk, which was inscribed with the Regimental Battle Honours, ‘Minden’, ‘Egypt’, ‘Corunna’, ‘Martinique’, ‘Albuera’, ‘Badajoz’, ‘Salamanca’, ‘Vittoria’, ‘Pyrenees’, ‘Nivelle’, ‘Orthes’, ‘Toulouse’, ‘Peninsula’, ‘Waterloo’, ‘Sebastopol’ and ‘Crimea’. Beneath is a square plinth inscribed with the Crimean Battle Honours, ‘Sebastobol’, ‘Alma’, ‘Redan’ and ‘Inkerman’, which is set on an octagonal base, was inscribed: ‘Crimea’ on the front face, ‘Nil Aspera terrent’ on the right, ‘Ich Dien’ on the left and ‘Trenches’ on the rear. This octagonal section stands on the chamfered top of a broad square pedestal with panels inscribed with the individual names of the fallen respectively at Alma, Redan, Inkerman, and the Sebastopol trenches, and the un-named 526 non-commissioned officers, drummers and private soldiers who died of disease. The marble panels sit in borders with Gothic flowers in borders, and were added in May 1861, after being again commissioned by Major Lysons.

 

A captured Russian cannon was donated to the town in November 1859, after the inauguration of the monument, and this bronze gun can be seen in the early photograph above. The gun was later removed, as was the twin headed lamp-post in the photograph. Cast iron railings, in the form of crossed rifles, surround the monument.

General Daniel Lysons

The following are the known casualties suffered by the 23rd Regiment of Foot during the Crimean campaign. The list has been compiled from several contemporary sources, most notably The Times casualty lists. Unlike WW1, in earlier campaigns the majority of casualties who died of sickness and disease were not reported, so many are missing from this list. I will also be adding the known casualties suffered by the 41st Regiment of Foot (Welsh Regiment) as soon as I finish compiling them.

 

23rd Regiment of Foot Crimean Casualties

Abbotson, J, Private, 4366, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Aitkin, H, Private, 3484, Died Of Wounds, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Andrews, W, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Anstruther, Harry, Second Lieutenant, Killed In Action, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Appleford, J, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Applewhaite, Augustus William, Lieutenant And Adjutant, Died Of Wounds, 22 September 1854, Sebastopol

Arnott, John, Private, 2709, Killed In Action, 24 August 1855, Sebastopol

Aubrey, Alfred, Private, 4697, Killed In Action, 29 August 1855, Sebastopol

Badcock, J (C), Private, Killed In Action, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Baker, Joseph, Private, Died, 19 May 1856, Sebastopol

Barnes, Thomas, Private, 4048, Killed In Action, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Barnett, C, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Barrett, Joseph, Private, 4599, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Bass, C, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Bath, Noah, Private, 4578, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Batten, J, Private, 3441, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Beck, Charles Henry, Lieutenant, Died Of Wounds, 29 September 1855

Bedford, Joseph, Private, 2119, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Bennett, James, Private, 3442, Killed, 22 July 1855

Biddle, Robert, Private, 4041, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Birch, John, Private, 3448, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Box, T, Private, 4300, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Boyer, T, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brading, Joseph (Bradbury), Private, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brown, George, Private, 4667, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brown, John, Private, 4877, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brown, R, Private, 2879, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brown, William, Private, 2410, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Brown, William, Private, 2660, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Brumwell, William, Private, 2314, Killed, 31 July 1855, Battle Of Inkermann

Bryan, Thomas, Private, 3904, Killed, 5 September 1855

Buckingham, Edward, Private, 2719, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Bull, T, Private, Died, Sebastopol

Burke, J, Serjeant, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Burton, Dr. James, Major, Died Of Cholera, 6 October 1854, Assault On The Quarries

Butler, Joseph Henry, Second Lieutenant, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Campbell, William Pitcairn, Major, Died Of Disease, 22 March 1855, Battle Of The Alma

Carr, W, Private, 2894, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Casey, Timothy, Serjeant, 3337, Died Of Wounds, 1 September 1855, Sebastopol

Chalkley, Robert, Private, 4349, Died Of Wounds, Sebastopol

Chester, Harry George, Lieutenant Colonel, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Churchill, Henry, Private, 3594, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Clack, M, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Clarke, George, Private, 4874, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Clarke, Henry, Private, 2074, Killed, 7 June 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Clarke, M W, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Clarke, M, Private, 2155, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Clarke, Richard W, Private, 1311, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Clayton, William, Corporal, 2930, Killed, 2 September 1855, Sebastopol

Collins, J, Drummer, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Collins, Joshua, Private, 3507, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Collins, Michael, Corporal, 2302, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Conolly, John Charles, Captain, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Conroy, T, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Constable, Alfred, Private, 4286, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Cose, Robert, Private, 3552, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Crook, John, Private, 1903, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Cruize, W, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Crutcher, William, Private, 4583, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Curren, Matthew, Private, 3166, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Davies, Francis, Private, 4495, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Davies, William, Private, 4500, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Davis, Thomas, Private, 2291, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Delme Radcliffe, Frederick Peter R, Lieutenant, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Dix, Matthias, Private, 2929, Died Of Wounds, 29 August 1855, Sebastopol

Dobson, G, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Donnolly, John, Private, 3022, Missing, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Donovan, Jeremiah, Private, 4348, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Doroman, George (Downer), Private, 4099, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Draper, S, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Dunckley, Richard, Sergeant, Died Of Wounds, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Duskin, James (Durkin), Private, 2956, Died Of Wounds, 15 November 1855, Magazine Explosion At French Siege Train

Dwyer, Edwin, Private, 4472, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Dynely, Douglas, Lieutenant/ Adjutant, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Edgar, Henry, Private, 4911, Killed, 24 August 1855, Sebastopol

Edwards, Frederick (Edmonds), Sergeant, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Edwards, George, Private, 4927, Killed, 24 August 1855

Elms, Henry, Private, 4586, Killed, 24 August 1855, Sebastopol

English, Richard, Private, 3356, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Eustace, J, Private, Died, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Evans, Francis Edward, Captain, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Evans, G, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Evans, J, Private, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Evans, Thomas, Private, 4621, Died Of Wounds, 23 August 1855, Sebastopol

Fell, Matthew, Private, 2122, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Fielding, Burlace, Private, 1687, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Floyd, William Henry, Private, Died Of Wounds, June 1856, Sebastopol

Fogarty, Patrick, Private, 3818, Missing, 20 December 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Folds, William, Private, 4209, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Foley, William, Private, 4749, Killed, 2 September 1855, Sebastopol

Fowles, W, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Fox, Charles, Private, 3624, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Frankham, John, Private, 3187, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Fry, James, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Fry, John, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Gallagher, V (J), Private, 1395, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Gardiner, John, Private, 4763, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Gibbs, David (R), Corporal, 1706/ 1708, Died Of Wounds, 18 August 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Giles, Thomas, Private, 4773, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Gilloghy, John, Colour Sergeant, 1908, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Gilmore, John, Private, 2521, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Gittens, Thomas, Private, 1626, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Goddard, H, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Golling, Thomas, Private, 3565, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Gough, James (Goff), Private, 3112, Killed, 14 August 1855, Explosion Of French Magazine

Grooms, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Gubby, Lieutenant, Died Of Wounds, 9 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Hall, H, Private, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Hall, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Hall, T, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Hanrahan, H (J), Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Hardson, William, Private, 4542, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Harrington, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Harris, G, Private, Died, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Harris, J, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Harry, Thomas (Harvey), Private, 4625, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Harvey, James (Hanny), Private, 4425, Killed, 25 April 1855, Sebastopol

Hayes, Patrick, Private, 3911, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Haynes, Luke, Private, Died Of Wounds, 29 April 1855, Sebastopol

Hedges, H, Private, Died, Sebastopol

Hetherington, J H, Private, 3936, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Hill, W, Private, 3482, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Hillen, Patrick, Private, 1381, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Hine, H, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Hithcock, R, Colour Sergeant, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Hobbs, George, Private, 4777, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Holden, Edward Shuttleworth, Lieutenant, Died Of Wounds, 9 September 1855

Hollister, Robert, Private, 2500, Killed, 16 April 1855, Sebastopol

Holmes, William, Private, 4580, Killed, 29 June 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Horne, R, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Hudson, Ambrose, Private, 3692, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Hudson, William, Private, 4502, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Hughes, George Henry, Captain, Died Of Disease, 11 December 1854, Sebastopol

Husband, H (Huban), Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Jelly, William, Private, 4454, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Jenkin, E A, Asst Surgeon, Died Of Disease

Jervois, James, Private, 4632, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

John, Davod, Private, 4467, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Johnson, W, Private, 4534, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Jones, E, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Jones, Edward, Private, 3232, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Jones, H, Sergeant Major, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Jones, J, Corporal, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Jones, John Michael, Private, 1888, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Jones, John, Private, 4475, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Jones, Thomas H, Private, 3838, Killed, 9 June 1855, Sebastopol

Jones, William, Private, 4748, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Kelly, John, Corporal, 3341, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Kelly, L, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Kemish, George, Private, 3184, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Kerr, J, Serjeant, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Kilroy, J, Private, 3756, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Knight, Edward (A), Bandsman, 2307, Died Of Dysentery, 30 December 1854, Sebastopol

Knightly, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Lamb, James, Private, 4391, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Lancaster, William, Private, 3607, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Lawless, Thomas, Private, 4747, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Lennard, Owen, Private, 3903, Killed, 18 June 1855, Sebastopol

Lines, W, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Longman, Robert, Private, 4135, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Lowman, G, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Lynch, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Lynch, T, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Mahoney, John, Private, 3691, Missing, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Malone, Edward, Corporal, 3271, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Maloney, T (J), Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Mandeville, Edward, Private, 3547, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Marsh, H, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Martin, William, Private, 4190, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Martin, William, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Maskell, Peter, Private, 4162, Killed, 19 April 1855, Sebastopol

Mason, William, Private, 4895, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Matthews, John, Private, Died, 17 April 1856, Sebastopol

Mccrum, R H, Private, 2136, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Mcevery, Thomas (Mcevoy), Private, 3498, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Mcgrorey, James (Mccorey), Private, 2871, Killed, 1 June 1855, Sebastopol

Mcmahon, James, Private, 1333, Killed, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Meeton, George, Private, 2354, Died Of Wounds, Sebastopol

Milden, W, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Miles, J, Private, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Millington, T, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Morris, George, Private, 4660, Killed, Magazine Explosion At French Siege Train

Munt, Thomas, Private, 3595, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Murray, James, Private, 2504, Died, Sebastopol

Murrin, J D, Private, Died, 5 November 1854, Sebastopol

Nasmyth, John, Private, 4734, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Neal, W, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Neville, Thomas, Private, 4588, Killed, 19 April 1855

Newman, George, Sergeant, 3253, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Nichols, G, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Nunan, W, Private, 3709, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

O'Brien, Timothy, Private, 4133, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Owen, William, Lieutenant, Died Of Wounds, 30 June 1855, Sebastopol

Owens, Fred, Private, 3866, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Owens, T, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Painting, Josiah, Private, 3837, Killed, 10 January 1855

Payne, Charles, Private, 3686, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Perkins, Charles, Private, 4344, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Perkins, Henry, Private, 4341, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Peterson, P (Paterson), Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Plant, G, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Poole, William Halstead, Captain, Died Of Wounds, 24 September 1855, Sebastopol

Povey, D, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Powell, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Price, William, Private, 4654, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Radcliffe, Frederick P.R.D., Lieutenant, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Randall, C (T), Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Redding, J, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Reese, Thomas, Private, 4543, Killed, 18 August 1855, Sebastopol

Reid, Samuel (Reed), Private, 4743, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Reycroft, T, Private, 3882, Died, Sebastopol

Rhodes, J, Private, 3477, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Richards, Richard, Private, 4486, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Roberts, Thomas E, Sergeant, 2776, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Roberts, Thomas, Private, 3592, Died, Sebastopol

Robinson, James, Private, 2134, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Royal, J, Drummer, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Rush, James, Private, 3476, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Russell, Samuel, Private, 1591, Killed, 2 September 1855, Sebastopol

Ryan, John, Private, 4532, Killed, 17 April 1855

Saunders, D, Private, 2791, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Saunders, George, Private, 4524, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Sawford, J, Private, 2593, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Seymour, T, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Shafford, S, Private, Died, Sebastopol

Shave, John (Shawe), Corporal, 3907, Killed, 17 August 1855, Sebastopol

Sheppard, Mark, Private, 4839, Killed, 15 November 1855

Shine, Owen, Private, Killed, 18-21 October 1854, Sebastopol

Singfield, Samuel, Private, 4767, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Skelton, Frederick, Sergeant, Died, 24 June 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Smith, William, Private, 3259, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Smith, William, Private, 4824, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Sockett, J, Private, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Somerville, Reginald Hugh, Lieutenant, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Sparks, George, Private, 2489, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Sparks, W, Private, Died, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Spent, E, Private, Died, Sebastopol

Spiller, T, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Stevens, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Stoat, T, Corporal, 1969, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Stone, Henry, Private, 4473, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Sutton, Cornelius Graham, Captain, Died Of Disease, 15 September 1854, Sebastopol

Tattersall, Henry, Private, 3801, Missing, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Taylor, David, Private, 4299, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Taylor, T, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Taylor, William, Private, 4092, Died, Sebastopol

Thompson, Hugh, Private, 3534, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Thompson, John, Private, 2889, Missing, 20 December 1854, Sebastopol

Thrupp, C, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Tobin, James, Private, 3747, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Ungless, Thomas, Colour Sergeant, 3296, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Walsh, J, Private, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Sebastopol

Walters, R, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Warburton, J, Private, Died Of Wounds, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Ware, Henry, Private, 3525, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Watson, James, Private, 3467, Killed, 18 June 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Webb, J (W), Private, 3802, Died, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Welch, John, Private, 3424, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Wells, J, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Whilrican, Maurice, Private, 4834, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Whitehead, Thomas, Private, 4288, Missing, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Wilkinson, John, Serjeant, 1075, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Wilkinston, J, Private, 2076, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Williams, C, Private, 3980, Missing, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Williams, E, Private, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Williams, Evan, Died, 1855, Sebastopol

Williams, J, Private, 2763, Killed, 5 November 1854, Battle Of Inkermann

Williams, John, Private, 1521, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Williams, Luke, Private, 4630, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Williams, Thomas, Private, 4623, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Willington, Thomas, Private, 3812, Killed, 8 September 1855, First Attack On The Redan

Willis, James, Private, 4480, Killed, 9 June 1855, Sebastopol

Winter, W (Samuel Windsor?), Corporal, 3804, Died, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Woodall, John, Private, 4268, Died Of Wounds, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Wright, Thomas, Private, 2467, Killed, 8 September 1855, Final Attack On The Redan

Wynn, Arthur Watkin Williams, Captain, Killed, 20 September 1854, Battle Of The Alma

Young, Sir William Norris, Lieutenant, Killed, 20 September 1854, Sebastopol

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