Major General George Alexander Renny VC - Bengal Horse Artillery


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Name John,
BYTHESEA
George Vincent,
FOSBERY
Henry Edward,
JEROME
Herbert Taylor,
READE
Rank Rear Admiral Colonel Major General Surgeon General
Force Royal Navy 4th Bengal ( European ) Regiment
( att'd HM's 104th Bengal Fusiliers )
86th ( Royal County Down ) Regiment
( Royal Irish Rifles )
61st Regiment
( Gloucestershire Regiment )
VC won Crimea,
9 August 1854
Umbeyla, North West India,
30 October 1863
Jhansi, Indian Mutiny,
3 April 1858
Siege of Delhi, Indian Mutiny,
14 September 1857
London Gaz 24 February 1857 7 July 1865 11 November 1859 5 February 1861
Born Freshford, Somerset,
15 June 1827
Stert, Wiltshire,
11 April 1832
Antigua, West Indies,
28 February 1830
Perth, Ontario, Canada,
2 September 1828
Died 18 May 1906,
West London
8 May 1907,
Bath
25 February 1901,
Bath
23 June 1897,
Bath
Grave Bath Abbey Cemetery, Bath Churchyard of St Mary the Virgin, Bathwick Lansdown Cemetery, Bath Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath
Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, Gloucester
Remarks CB CIE None None CB

BATH

Name George Alexander,
RENNY
William Francis Frederick,
WALLER


Rank Major General Colonel

Force Bengal Horse Artillery 25th Bombay Native Infantry

VC won Delhi Magazine, Indian Mutiny,
16 September 1857
Gwalior, Indian Mutiny,
20 June 1858


London Gaz 12 April 1859 25 February 1862

Born Riga, Latvia,
12 May 1825
Dagoolie, India,
20 August 1839


Died 5 January 1887,
Bath
29 January 1885,
Bath


Grave Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath

Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London


Remarks None None

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