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ChamberlainN F FColonelEntered 11th Foot 1873; Colonel, 1899. Staff service: ADC to Lieutenant General, Afghan Campaign, 1878; ADC to Commander in Chief, Madras, 1881-85 > Persian Interpreter to Commander in Chief in India, 1885-89 (DAA and QMG, Burmese Expedition 1886-87); Colonel on Staff, India, 1899; Private Secretary to Field-Marshal Commanding-in-Chief the Forces, South Africa, 1899-1900. War Service: Afghan War, 1878-80, wounded (Despatches, February, January, May, 1880; medal with 4 clasps; bronze star); Burmese Expedition 1886-87 (Despatches; medal with clasp; Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel); Boer War, 1899-1900; on Staff.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Indian Staff Corps
ChichesterEdwardCaptainBorn in 1849, and was son of the 5th Bart., whom he succeeded in 1898. He entered the Royal Navy in 1864 as a cadet, and was gazetted Commander in 1882, Captain in 1889, and Rear-Admiral in 1902. He acted as Naval Transport Officer in Natal during the Boer War in 1881-2, and was Lieutenant of the Thalia during the Egyptian War in 1882 (Egyptian medal and Khedive's bronze star); served in the Sudan Expedition in 1884-5 as Transport Officer, and was thanked by the Admiralty for the prompt manner in which the forces for the Nile Expedition were landed. In 1887 he was further thanked by the Admiralty and the Board of Trade for his valuable services on the Board of Trade Committee of Inquiry on British Drift Net Fisheries, and a year later was thanked by the Admiralty and the Board of Trade for judgment and tact displayed when he was employed as senior officer in protecting the North Sea Fisheries. In 1891 he again elicited the thanks of the Board of Trade for services rendered while serving on a Committee on Fishing Boats' Lights. Sir Edward Chichester acted as ADC to Queen Victoria in 1899, and served in the Boer War in 1899-1900 as Naval Transport Officer at Cape Town (despatches and CB). In 1901-2 he acted as ADC to King Edward VII Rear-Admiral Chichester is succeeded by his son, Lieutenant Edward George Chichester, RN . He married, in 1880 Catharina, daughter of Commander R C White RN. He died Sep, 1906.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Royal Navy
CholmondeleyH CColonelLieutenant Colonel, August 1889 (late Captain Rifle Brigade). War Service —Boer War, 1899-1900 (Despatches).
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
City Imperial Volunteers
ClarkeR F NColonelWar service: Sudan Expedition, 1884-85 (medal with clasp; bronze star); South African War, 1899-1900, Chief Ordnance Officer.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Army Ordnance Corps
ClaytonF T Lieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sourcesArmy Service Corps
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