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HamiltonE O FLieutenant ColonelBorn 1854 and promoted to Lieutenant in 1873. Served Afghan as ADC to Major General Primrose (MID). Served in India as Superintendent of Signalling (MID twice). During the Boer War served in command of the 2nd Battalion The Queens from 1899 and served as Brigadier General commanding a Brigade. Commanded a Brigade in India 1902-07. Retired 1914.
[KCB (m)], Afghan (1) Khan (Lt 1/2nd Foot), IGS (4) Burma 85-7 Burma 87-9 Haz 91 Waz 94-5 (Capt 2 RWSR), QSA (5) TH OFS RofL Tr LN (Brig Gen RWSR), KSA (2) (Col CB The Queen's), 1911 Coronation, 1935 Jubilee. Lusted Apr 85 £1250. Spinks 13 Dec 94
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
(Queen's) Royal West Surrey Regiment
HarboardCharlesLieutenant ColonelCharles Harbord was born on 14 June 1855, the eldest son of Charles, the 5th Baron Suffield. He was educated at Eton and entered the Scots Fusilier Guards as an Ensign on 30 April 1873 and was promoted Lieutenant in April 1875. He was ADC to the Governor-General of Canada (Lord Lorne), November 1878 to December 1880 and ADC to three successive Viceroys of India, Lord Dufferin, February 1882 to December 1884; Lord Ripon, December 1884 to March 1886 and Lord Landsdowne, December 1888 to January 1894. He was promoted Captain in 1887. Harbord was appointed Groom-in-Waiting in Ordinary to Queen Victoria in 1895 and promoted Major in 1896. Appointed second in command of the 2nd Scots Guards in December 1899, he then served in the Boer War, arriving with his regiment in May 1900. He took command of the 1st Scots Guards in July 1901 and was to bring them home at the war's end in September 1902. During the war he served in operations in the Orange River Colony, May to November 1900, including the actions at Biddulphsberg and Wittebergen; operations in Transvaal, February 1901 and operations in the Orange River Colony, July 1901 to May 1902. For his various services he was awarded the CB on 23 November 1900 and mentioned in despatches (London Gazette 10 September 1901). He was created a MVO on 9 November 1902 and retired from the Army on 10 April 1904. He succeeded his father as the 6th Baron Suffield in April 1914 and served as Captain of the Yeomen of the Guard, 1915-18. Baron Suffield died on 10 February 1924.
CB (Military) n/b, MVO 4th Class officially numbered 104, QSA (3) CC Tr Witt (Lt. Col. Hon., C.B., Scots Gds.), KSA (2) (Lt. Col. The Hon., C.B., Scots Gds.), 1897 Jubilee, 1903 Delhi Durbar, 1911 Coronation. DNW Apr 04 £2,300
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Scots Guards
HarknessH D'AMajorList of CB recipients. Various sourcesWelsh Regiment
HarrisR H W Lieutenant ColonelEntered 1870; Lieutenant Colonel East Surrey Regiment, December 1896. Staff service: Adjutant Auxiliary Forces, 1884-89. War service: Afghan War, 1878-80 (medal); Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 1881 (Despatches); Boer War, 1899-1900; Willow Grange; Ladysmith Relief Force, wounded, 22nd February.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
East Surrey Regiment
HawesB RLieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sourcesRoyal Irish Rifles
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