Colour Sergeant Stephen Garvin VC DCM - 1st Bn, 60th Rifles ( King's Royal Rifle Corps )

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INDIAN MUTINY ( 1857-58 ) - ( * = VC only )
Rank First Name Last Name Force
Private Charles ANDERSON * 2nd Dragoon Guards ( The Queen's Bays )
Cornet William BANKES 7th ( Queen's Own ) Hussars
Captain Robert BLAIR * 2nd Dragoon Guards ( The Queen's Bays )
Mr George CHICKEN * Indian Naval Brigade ( Volunteer )
Colonel William CUBITT 13th Bengal Native Infantry
Lieutenant John Charles DAUNT Bengal Military Police Battalion
Private James DAVIS 42nd Regiment ( Black Watch )
Sergeant Denis DYNON * 53rd Regiment ( King's Shropshire Light Infantry )
Private John FREEMAN * 9th ( Queen's Royal ) Lancers
Sergeant Major William GARDNER 42nd Regiment ( The Black Watch )
Colour Sergeant Stephen GARVIN 60th Rifles ( King's Royal Rifle Corps )
General Sir Charles GOUGH Corps of Guides Cavalry & Hodson's Horse
Lieutenant General John Christopher GUISE 90th Regiment ( Cameronians )
Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Bernard HACKETT 23rd Regiment ( Royal Welch Fusiliers )
Major General Henry Edward JEROME 86th Regiment ( Royal Irish Rifles )
Captain William Alexander KERR * Southern Mahratta Horse, Indian Army
Lieutenant General Harry Hammon LYSTER Staff - Central India Field Force, Indian Army
Mr William Fraser MCDONELL * Bengal Civil Service ( Magistrate at Sarun )
Trumpeter Thomas MONAGHAN * 2nd Dragoon Guards ( The Queen's Bays )
Private Robert NEWELL 9th ( Queen's Royal ) Lancers
Sergeant John PEARSON 8th ( King's Royal Irish ) Hussars
Ensign Everard Aloysius PHILLIPPS * 60th Rifles ( ex-11th Bengal N.I. ) ( unofficial VC )
Major General George Alexander RENNY Bengal Horse Artillery, Indian Army
Admiral Sir Nowell SALMON Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Colonel William Francis WALLER * 25th Bombay Native Infantry, Indian Army
General Sir John WATSON 1st Punjab Irregular Cavalry, Indian Army

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25 October 2019