General Sir Samuel Browne VC GCB KCSI - 2nd Punjab Cavalry ( P.I.F. )


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Name Henry George Gore,
BROWNE
Sir Samuel James,
BROWNE
William Thomas,
RICKARD
Sir Henry,
TOMBS
Rank Colonel General Chief Officer, Coast Guards Major General
Force 32nd Regiment
( Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry )
2nd Punjab Cavalry, Punjab Irregular Force Royal Navy Bengal Horse Artillery
VC won Lucknow, Indian Mutiny,
21 August 1857
Seeporah, Indian Mutiny,
31 August 1858
Putrid Sea, Crimea,
11 October 1855
Siege of Delhi, Indian Mutiny,
9 July 1857
London Gaz 20 June 1862 1 March 1861 24 February 1857 24 April 1858
Born Newtown, Co Roscommon, Ireland,
30 September 1830
India,
3 October 1824
Stoke Damerel, Plymouth, Devon,
10 February 1828
Calcutta, India,
10 November 1825
Died 15 November 1912,
Shanklin
14 March 1901,
Ryde
21 February 1905,
Ryde
2 August 1874,
Newport
Grave St Mary the Virgin Churchyard, Brook Town Cemetery, Ryde
( Woking Crematorium )
Town Cemetery, Ryde Carisbrooke Cemetery
Location
of VC
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry Museum, Bodmin National Army Museum, London Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich
Remarks None GCB, KCSI CGM KCB

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