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MilesCharles NapierLieutenant ColonelBorn in 1854, and is the eldest son of Colonel Miles. He was educated at Eton, and joined in the 1st Life Guards in 1875, succeeding Colonel Sir S M Lockhart Bart, , in the command of that regiment in 1898. Colonel Miles took part in the Egyptian Expedition in 1882, being present at the actions at El Magfar, Mahsameh, Kassassin, and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir; also in the march to and occupation of Cairo (medal and clasp, bronze star); and the Boer War in 1899-1900, being for some time in command of a Composite Regiment of household Cavalry. He took part in the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria; action at Elands River; the operations in the Orange River Colony, including the actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (QSA with three clasps and CB). Since 1892 he has been High Steward for Malmesbury, and is Lord of the Manor of Burtonhill. Colonel Miles retired from the Army in April, 1906. He married, in 1880, Emily, daughter of J W G Spicer.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Life Guards
MilesH S GColonelEntered 1869. Staff service: Garrison Instructor, Aldershot, 1881-87; DAA and QMG, DAAG for Instruction, Aldershot, 1887-88; DAQMG, Headquarters of Army, 1889-93; AAG, Aldershot, 1893-98; Commandant Staff College, 1898-99; AAG, South Africa, 1899-1900; Chief Staff Officer, 1900; Colonel on Staff, Natal, 1900. War service: South Africa, 1899-1900, on Staff (Despatches).
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
MillsG ALieutenant ColonelCommandant at Estcourt. Entered 1873; Lieutenant Colonel, 1898. Staff service: ADC to GOC, Ceylon, 1879-82; employed with Egyptian Constabulary, 1885-87. War Service: Boer War, 1899-1900; slightly wounded.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
MoneyHerbert CecilHerbert Cecil Money was born on 20 September 1857, and joined the Royal Marines at Chatham on 1 September 1876. He served in the Battalion of Royal Marines sent to South Africa for special service in the Zulu war of 1879, though this service did not qualify for the medal. He served in the R.M. Battalion throughout the war in Egypt in 1882, being present at the occupation of Port Said, and the actions at Tel-el-Mahuta, Mahsaneh, Kassasin, 28th August, and Kassasin, 9th September; on this last occasion he was specially mentioned in despatches for gallantry in the capture of two of the enemy's Krupp guns. He was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and after that commanded a company until the arrival of the Battalion in England (Egypt Medal with clasp and Bronze Star). Money served with the Royal Marine Battalion sent to Egypt in 1884 for service in the Soudan, and acted first as Adjutant and afterwards as Regimental Transport Officer, being present at Suakin during the nightly attacks made upon the town in the months of May, June, July and August. He served as a Special Service Officer during the Boer War, from 3 February 1900 to 24 December 1901, graded as AAG; he was in command of prisoners of war in SS Mongolian at Simonstown, and afterwards Commandant of prisoners of war at Green Point, Cape Town, during which time nearly 17,000 passed through his hands (mentioned in Lord Roberts' despatch, 10 September 1901). For his services during the war Money was made a Companion of the Bath, London Gazette 26 June 1902. He was appointed ADC to the King in October 1905; promoted Colonel Second Commandant, September 1906; Colonel Commandant, July 1909; Major-General, October 1910. Placed on the Retired list in January 1920, Major-General Money died on 27 March 1939.
CB (Mil, b/b), Egypt (1) Tel-El-Kebir (Lieut H C Money, RMLI), QSA (1) CC (Lt Colonel H C Money, RMLI), 1902 Coronation, Khedive's Star. DNW Jun 06 £3,900.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Royal Marine Light Infantry
MoodyR S HLieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sources(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
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