Lieutenant John Grieve VC - 2nd Dragoons ( Royal Scots Greys )
( image courtesy Art Gallery of South Australia )


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ROXBURGHSHIRE - DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY - LOTHIAN

ROXBURGHSHIRE

Name James,
BLAIR
John Brunton,
DAYKINS


Rank General Sergeant

Force 2nd Bombay Light Cavalry 2 / 4th Bn, York & Lancaster Regiment

VC won Neemuch, Indian Mutiny,
12 August 1857
Solesmes, France,
20 October 1918


London Gaz 25 February 1862 6 January 1919

Born Nimach, Gwalior State, India,
27 January 1828
Ormiston Farm, Hawick,
26 March 1883


Died 18 January 1905,
Melrose, Roxburghshire
24 January 1933,
Edinburgh


Grave Holy Trinity Churchyard, Melrose, Roxburghshire Castlewood Cemetery, Jedburgh, Roxburghshire

Location
of VC
Not publicly held York & Lancaster Regiment Museum, Rotherham

Remarks CB MM

DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY - LOTHIAN

Name Samuel Thomas Dickson,
WALLACE
Thomas,
CADELL
John,
GRIEVE

Rank Captain Colonel Lieutenant & Adjutant
Force 'C' Bty, 63rd Brigade
Royal Field Artillery
2nd Bengal ( European ) Fusiliers,
( Royal Munster Fusiliers )
2nd Dragoons
( Royal Scots Greys )

VC won Gonnelieu, France,
30 November 1917
Siege of Delhi, Indian Mutiny,
12 June 1857
Balaclava, Crimea,
25 October 1854 *

London Gaz 13 February 1918 29 April 1862 24 February 1857
Born Thornhill, Dumfries,
7 March 1892
Cockenzie, East Lothian,
5 September 1835
Musselbrugh, Lothian,
3 May 1822

Died 2 February 1968,
Moffat, Dumfries & Galloway
6 April 1919,
Edinburgh
1 December 1873,
Inveresk, Lothian

Grave Moffat New Cemetery, Dumfries & Galloway Tranent Churchyard, Lothian St Michael's Churchyard, Inveresk, Lothian
( turfstone erected August 2003 )

Location
of VC
Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich Not publicly held Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Remarks None CB * Charge of the Heavy Brigade

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