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MackenzieF F Lieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sourcesLincolnshire Regiment
MackenzieG F CLieutenant ColonelEntered 1876; Lieutenant Colonel, 1900. Staff service: Adjutant Volunteers, 1890-95. War service: Afghan War, 1879-80 (medal); Boer War, 1899-1900.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Suffolk Regiment
MackinnonW HColonelEntered Grenadier Guards, 1870; Colonel, 1889. Staff service: Assistant Military Secretary to Governor and Commander in Chief, Malta, 1884-85; Private Secretary to Governor, Madras, 1885-86; AAG, Home District 1893-98; AAG, Home District (temp.), 1899. This officer commanded CIV troops, and held a unique position ''hitherto unprecedented in the annals of our military history".
Second son of W A Mackinnen, 34th Chief of the Clan. He was born in London, Dec 15, 1852, and educated at Harrow. He joined the Grenadier Guards, Jan 22, 1870, and was Assistant Military Secretary at Malta, June, 1884, to July, 1885; Private Secretary, Madras, July, 1895, to July, 1898. On the formation of the CIV, Colonel MacKinnon assumed command, which he retained throughout the regiment's service in SA He was also in command of troops at the Orange River; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, including the action at Zand River, and the operations in the Transvaal, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill, and the action at Elands River (despatches, QSA with four clasps, and CB). Since 1904 General MacKinnon has acted as Director of Auxiliary Forces, and in 1906 was a member of the Committee of the Volunteer Commission. He married, in 1881, Madeline, daughter of Villiers la Touche Hatton.
See Glen 25 Nov 92 £2500.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
City Imperial Volunteers
MagillJSurgeon Lieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sourcesColdstream Guards
MahonB TColonelHe joined the 21st Hussars in 1883, and later on the 8th Hussars. In 1896 he was transferred to the Egyptian Army. Major, 1897. Lt Col (12th Lancers), 1900 served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir H. Kitchener in 1896 as Staff Officer, and received the DSO. Distinguished himself in the Atbara and Omdurman battles, and especially in the final destruction of the Khalifa. When war broke out he was on the borders of Abyssinia, but on receiving a telegram from Lord Kitchener, at once hastened south. Appointed to the local rank of Brigadier-General on the Staff.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
8th (The King's Royal Irish) Hussars
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