Major General Sir John McNeill VC GCVO KCB KCMG - 107th Regiment, Bengal Infantry


GRAVE LOCATION FOR HOLDERS OF THE VICTORIA CROSS
IN : SCOTLAND - MID WEST

DUNBARTONSHIRE - ISLE OF ORONSAY - KINTYRE ( ARGYLL ) - RENFREWSHIRE

Name George de Cardonnel Elmsall,
FINDLAY
Sir John Carstairs,
MCNEILL
William Henry Snyder,
NICKERSON
John,
MCDERMOND ( or MCDIARMID )
Rank Colonel Major General Major General Private
Force 409 ( Lowland ) Field Company,
Corps of Royal Engineers
107th Regiment, Bengal Infantry
( Royal Sussex Regiment )
Royal Army Medical Corps,
att'd Mounted Infantry
47th Regiment
( Loyal Regiment ( North Lancashire ))
VC won Sambre-Oise-Canal, France,
4 November 1918
Ohanpu, New Zealand,
20 March 1864
Wakkerstroom, 2nd Boer War,
20 April 1900
Inkermann, Crimea,
5 November 1854
London Gaz 15 May 1919 16 August 1864 12 February 1901 24 February 1857
Born Balloch, Dunbartonshire,
20 August 1889
Colonsay, Argyllshire,
28 March 1831
Dorchester, New Brunswick, Canada,
27 March 1875
Glasgow,
1832
Died 26 June 1967,
Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire
25 May 190,
St James' Palace, London
10 May 1954,
Cour, Kintyre, Argyll
9 November 1868,
the Poorhouse, Paisley, Renfrewshire
Grave Kilmaronock Churchyard, Dunbartonshire Oronsay Priory, Isle of Oronsay His home in Cour, private burial ground Woodside Cemetery, Paisley, Renfrewshire
( Common Ground - grave not marked )
Location
of VC
Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Not publicly held Not publicly held
Remarks MC & Bar GCVO KCB KCMG CB CMG None

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