E Battery Royal Horse Artillery Maiwand 27 Jul 1880

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St Alban the Martyr Garrison Church

The Packway




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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Non freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Metal (any)
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • Afghanistan (1800-1899)
About the memorial: Relocated from Woolwich Garrison to Larkhill and erected on the Memorial Wall outside St Alban the Martyr Garrison Church.
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List of those who were killed in the action or who died of their wounds afterwards. Major Geo Fred Blackwood Lieutenants Edmund Geo Osborne, Hector Maclaine (taken prisoner and subsequently murdered). Sergeant Michael Joseph Wood. Bombardier John Lowe. Bombr Collar Maker Harry Cummings. Bombardied Wheeler William James Dix. Shoeing Smith George Walker Gunners John Dewley, Richard Jones, James Loughlin, Patrick McAllister, Alexander McDonald, Wilfred W Matthewman, William Nicholl, Andrew Reilly, Arthur Roberts, George Smith, Alfred Swinnerton. Drivers David Gray, Picknell Isted, Samuel Webster.

George Frederick Blackwood Edmund George Osborne Hector Maclaine Michael Joseph Wood. John Lowe. Harry Cummings William James Dix George Walker John Dewley Richard Jones James Loughlin Patrick McAllister Alexander McDonald Wilfred W Matthewman William Nicholl Andrew Reilly Arthur Roberts George Smith Alfred Swinnerton David Gray Picknell Isted Samuel Webster

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