1st Sikh War
    Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough ( 1845 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

2nd Mahratta War
    Casement, William
    Count equals 1 individual.

2nd Punjab War
    Younghusband, George William
    Count equals 1 individual.

2nd Sikh War
    Gough, Hugh, 1st Viscount Gough ( 1849 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

3rd Afghan War
    Alexander, William Nathaniel S
    Eustace, John Patrick Leonard ( 1919 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

3rd Mahratta War
    Casement, William
    Count equals 1 individual.

Abyssinia and Burma campaigns
    Seton, James Lumsden, of Pitmed
    Count equals 1 individual.

Afghan Campaign
    Clifford, Robert Cecil ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dick-Cunyngham, William Henry,
    Durand, Algernon George Arnold, and march to Kandahar with Central India Horse
    Fagan, Christopher George Forb ( 1879-1880 )
    Greer, Roderick Denis ( 1919 )
    Greer, Ussher Macgregor ( 1919 )
    Havelock, Charles Frederick
    Herbert, Graham Cludde ( 1879-1880 )
    Hoskyns, Chandos, 10th Bt. ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mansel, John Delalynde ( 1878-1880 )
    Maunsell, Charles Henry Wray ( 1878-1880 )
    Count equals 11 individuals.

Afghan War
    Adye, John ( 1879 )
    Ancketill, David Fitz Ameline ( 1880 )
    Anderson, Charles Alexander ( 1878-1880 )
    Anderson, Charles Bevan Carew ( 1919 )
    Andrews, James Walker ( 1878-1880 ), as the Brigrade Major
    Arbuthnot, Charles George
Atkinson, George ( 1880 )
    Beauclerk, Ferdinand ( 1879 )
Bellew, Walter Henry
    Blacker, Latham Charles Miller ( 1878-1879 )
    Blacker, Latham Valentine Stew ( 1919 )
    Blood, Bindon ( 1879-1880 )
    Blood, Joseph Fitzgerald ( 1878-1879 )
    Blood, William Holcroft ( 1919 ), serving as the Deputy-Assistant Quartermaster General, 1st Peshawar Division
    Browne-Clayton, William Clayto
Brownlow, Francis
    Bruce, Alfred Crawford ( 1879-1880 )
    Bunbury, William St. Pierre ( 1880 )
    Butler, Charles Walter ( 1919 )
    Campbell, Alexander William De ( 1878-1880 )
    Campbell, Eric Francis Dennist ( 1919 )
    Campbell, Guy Theophilus, 3rd B ( 1878-1880 )
    Carey, William ( 1880-1881 )
    Caulfeild, Algernon Montgomeri ( 1878-1880 )
    Caulfeild, Charles Trevor ( 1918-1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chaloner, Richard Godolphin Wa ( 1879-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chapman, Edward Francis ( 1878-1880 )
    Childers, Edmund Spencer Eardl ( 1878-1880 )
    Cholmondeley, Hugh Cecil ( 1878-1879 )
    Churchward, Paul Rycaut Stanbu ( 1878-1880 )
    Coke, Wenman ( 1879 )
    Colborne, Francis Lionel Lydst ( 1880 )
    Colville, Arthur Eward William ( 1878-1879 )
    Cooke-Collis, William ( 1879-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coote, Edmund Eyre ( 1879-1880 )
    Cotton, Stapleton Lynch
    Couper, Arthur Edward ( 1878-1880 )
    Couper, Ramsay George Henry, 3r ( 1878-1880 )
    Crosbie, Henry ( 1878-1879 )
    Cubitt, William George, V.C. ( 1880 )
    Cummins, James Turner ( 1878-1880 )
    Cunliffe, Foster Lionel ( 1878-1879 )
    Dening, Lewis ( 1878-1879 )
    Dewar, Alexander Cumming, 6th o
    Dewar, James Raymond Johnstone ( 1879-1880 )
Dicketts, Oliver Simon
    Dobbs, Charles Fairlie ( 1919 )
    Dorman, John Cotter ( 1878-1879 )
Douglas, James Dundas
    Douglas, Thomas Monteath ( 1838-1842 )
    Eardley-Wilmot, Revell
    Earle, Eric Greville ( 1919 )
    Earle, Henry, 3rd Bt. ( 1878-1880 )
    Egerton, Brian ( 1880-1881 )
    Eustace, Francis John William ( 1878-1880 )
    Fagan, Edward Arthur ( 1920 )
    Fagan, Henry Horace Frederick ( 1878-1880 )
    Fitz-Clarence, Geoffrey George ( 1879-1880 )
Fitzgerald, Thomas Otho
    Fortescue, Francis Alexander ( 1880 )
    Grattan, O'Donnel Colley ( 1878-1880 )
    Guinness, Charles Wolfran Nuge ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Guinness, Henry William Newton ( 1880 )
    Gunning, George Hamilton ( 1919 )
    Hall, Francis Henry ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Havelock, Henry
    Hazlerigg, Thomas Maynard ( 1878-1880 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Hogg, Adam George Forbes ( 1878-1879 )
Honywood, Arthur
    Hotham, John Clarence ( 1919 )
    Howard, Frederick Compton ( 1878-1879 )
    Huggins, Ponsonby Glenn ( 1878-1879 )
    Hume, Henry
    Jervis, John Edward Leveson, 4t ( 1880 )
    Johnson, Allen Edwin ( 1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Johnson, Henry Allen Beaumont, ( 1919 )
    Johnston, Thomas Kelly Evans ( 1880 )
    Kitchener, Frederick Walter ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lake, Winter Atwell Edward ( 1880 )
    Lambart, Edgar Alan ( 1879-1880 )
    Lambart, Percy Francis ( 1879-1880 )
    Lane, Charles Stuart ( 1878-1879 )
    Legh, Hubert Cornwall ( 1878-1880 )
    Leigh, Rupert ( 1878-1879 )
    Lewes, Hugh Arthur ( 1879-1880 )
    Lugard, Edward ( 1842 )
    Lugard, Frederick John Dealtry ( 1879-1880 )
    Mackinnon, Daniel Henry Loudou ( 1838-1839 )
    Massy, Harry Stanley ( 1878-1880 ), where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, William Godfrey Dunham ( 1879-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maunsell, Frederick Richard
    Medlicott, Henry Edward ( 1919 )
    Meston, Dougall, 2nd Baron Mest ( 1919 )
    Molesworth, Alec Lindsay Morti ( 1919 )
    Molesworth, Edward Hogarth
    Monro, Seymour Charles Hale ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Morrogh Bernard, John Alexande ( 1919 )
    Murray, Charles Stewart ( 1919 )
    Murray, Edward Rushworth Blaki ( 1919 )
    Napier, James Pearse, 3rd Baron ( 1879-1880 )
    Nepean, Herbert Dryden Home Yo ( 1919 )
    Nicholson, Willliam Gustavus, 1 ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Grady, Henry de Courcy ( 1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ogilvy, Abercromby Graham ( 1919 )
    Ogilvy, David ( 1919 )
    Ogilvy-Grant, Robert Abercromb ( 1879-1880 )
    Pelly, Henry Gerald ( 1879-1880 )
    Penton, Arthur Pole ( 1879-1880 )
    Pole-Carew, Reginald ( 1879-1880 )
    Pollock, George, 1st Bt., where he captured Kabul
    Pollock, John Archibald Henry ( 1878-1879 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Powell, Charles Folliott
    Primrose, James Maurice ( 1879-1880 )
    Ramsay, Henry Lushington ( 1878-1879 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsden, Herbert Frescheville ( 1879-1880 )
    Rivett-Carnac, Ernest Henry ( 1879-1880 )
    Rowley, William Chambrť, 6th Ba ( 1879-1880 )
    Sale-Hill, Rowley
    Seton, Charles ( 1879-1881 )
    Seton, William Samuel, of Pitme ( 1880 )
    Somerset, George FitzRoy Henry ( 1879-1880 ), he received a medal and clasp
    St. John, Oliver Beauchamp Cov ( 1878-1881 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John-Mildmay, Wyndham Paul ( 1878-1879 )
    Stewart-Mackenzie, James Alexa ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
    Stewart-Savile, Walter ( 1878-1880 )
    Thackwell, Colquhoun Grant Roc ( 1878-1880 )
    Thomas, Godfrey Vignoles, 9th B ( 1878-1880 )
    Towry-Law, Cecil Henry, 6th Bar ( 1878-1879 )
    Trevelyan, Walter Raleigh ( 1879-1880 )
    Villiers, Francis Edward Earle ( 1919 )
    Villiers-Stuart, John Patrick ( 1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Wavell, Llewellyn ( 1879 )
    Yorke, Horatio Arthur
    ŗ Court Repington, Charles ( 1878 )
    Count equals 134 individuals.

Afghanistan Campaign
Alexander, Samuel William Gile
    Annesley, Francis Dighton, 14th ( 1919 )
    Bourke, Arthur John Henry ( 1919 )
    Bruce, Elliott Armstrong ( 1878-1880 )
    Courcy, Michael William Robert ( 1919-1920 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gore, St. George Corbet
    Keane, John, 1st Baron Keane ( 1839 ), when he captured Ghuznee
    Persse, William
    Preston, Jenico Edwards
    Westropp, George Ralph Collier ( 1879-1880 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Westropp, William Kelly
    Count equals 11 individuals.

Afghanistan Cmapaign
    Johnson, Henry Allen William, 4 ( 1878-1878 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Afghanistan War
Cuninghame, George
Hobhouse, John Byron
    Napier, John Scott ( 1878-1880 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Spilling, John Kinder ( 1880-1881 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Argaum
    Gordon, Cosmo
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of ( 29 Nov 1803 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Assaye
    O'Connell, Gleadowe Montgomery, where he was wounded
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of ( 23 Sep 1803 ), where he defeated 40,000 men with 7,000 troops
    Young, Thomas ( 1803 ), as a member of the Duke of Wellington's staff
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Ferozeshah
    Havelock, Charles Frederick, where he was seriously wounded
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Ghuznee
    Stannus, Robert Trevor
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Goojerat
    Havelock, Charles Frederick
    Markham, Frederick
    Stannus, Henry James, where he was severely wounded
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Hyderabad
    Anstruther-Thomson, William Ad
    Pelly, Henry Joseph, as Adjutant-General
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Kandahar
Trench, Richard John ( 16 Aug 1880 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Lucknow
    Beaumont, Frederick Edward Bla
    Lawrence, Samuel Hill, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Maiwand, Kandahar
    Oliver, Charles Valentine ( Jul 1880 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Moodkee
    Havelock, Charles Frederick
    Stannus, Robert Trevor
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of Plassey
    Clive, Robert, 1st Baron Clive ( 23 Jun 1757 ), where he commanded 3,200 men who routed 50,000 foot and 18,000 horse and killed Surajah Dowlah
    Jackson, Robert ( 1757 )
    Johnstone, John ( 23 Jun 1757 ), where he commanded the artillery
    Rumbold, Thomas, 1st Bt. ( 1757 ), where he was severely wounded
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Battle of Pondicherry
    Coote, Eyre ( 1761 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Ramnugger, Sikh War
Havelock, William ( 22 Nov 1848 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Seringapatam
    Baird, David, of Newbyth, 1st B ( 4 May 1799 ), where he headed the storming party
    Bond, Charles John, where he was wounded
Exshaw, Hill ( 1799 )
FitzGerald, Robert ( 1799 ), where he lead the Grenadiers of the 33rd Regiment
    Harris, George, 1st Baron Harri ( 4 May 1799 ), where he defeated Tippoo Sahib and annexed Mysore
    Harris, William George, 2nd Bar ( 4 May 1799 ), with his father
Robertson, Robert ( 1799 )
    Wallace-Dunlop, James, 21st of ( 4 May 1799 ), where he was severley wounded
    Count equals 8 individuals.

Battle of Sobraon
    Havelock, Charles Frederick
    McMahon, Thomas Westropp, 3rd B ( 10 Feb 1846 )
    Sackville-West, Charles Richar ( 1846 ), (Sikh Wars)
    Stannus, Robert Trevor
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Bhurtpoor
    Clayton, Henry ( 1826 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Bhutan Campaign
    Westropp, William Kelly
    Count equals 1 individual.

Bhutan Expedition
    Boughey, George Fletcher Ottle ( 1865-1866 )
    Eardley-Wilmot, Revell
    Grey, Leopold John Herbert
    Hopkinson, Henry ( 1865 )
    Maunsell, Charles Albert ( 1864-1865 )
    Sale-Hill, Rowley
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Bhutan War
    Oliver, John Ryder ( 1864-1865 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Big Sandy expedition against the Indians
    Breckenridge, Robert ( Mar 1756 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Burma Campaign
    Bourke, George Deane ( 1887-1889 )
    Carr White, Percy ( 1891-1892 )
    Cole, Arthur Willoughby George ( 1885-1887 )
    Graham, Stuart Bruce ( 1885-1887 )
    Hopkinson, Henry ( 1852 )
    Huggins, Ponsonby Glenn ( 1885-1889 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Johnson, Charles Edward ( 1886-1887 )
    Lawrence, Henry Montgomery
    Long, Wilfred James ( 1891-1892 )
    Lugard, Frederick John Dealtry ( 1886-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Malet, Alexander Wyndham ( 1930-1932 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montmorency, Willoughby John H ( 1891-1892 )
    Preston, Jenico Edwards
    Ramsden, Herbert Frescheville ( 1886-1887 )
    Rawlinson, Henry Seymour, 1st a ( 1886-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wake, Edward St. Aubyn ( 1885-1886 )
    Wedderburn-Maxwell, James Andr ( 1886-1887 )
    Count equals 17 individuals.

Burma Expedition
    Campbell Stewart, Richard ( 1886-1887 )
    Campbell, Alexander ( 1885-1886 ), as Chief Marine Transport Officer, and was mentioned in despatches
    Carey, Octavius William ( 1886-1889 )
    Carnegie, Charles Gilbert ( 1886-1888 )
    Daly, Hugh ( 1886-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dening, Lewis ( 1886-1888 )
    Hamilton, Hubert Ion Wetherall ( 1886-1888 )
    Howard, Francis ( 1888-1889 )
    McMahon, Norman Reginald ( 1886-1887 )
    Napier-Clavering, Charles Warr ( 1885-1887 )
    Synge, Robert Follett Muter Fo ( 1887-1889 )
    Thackwell, Colquhoun Grant Roc ( 1897-1898 )
    ŗ Court Repington, Charles ( 1889 )
    Count equals 13 individuals.

Burma War
    Bromhead, Charles James ( 1887-1889 )
    Bruce, Elliott Armstrong ( 1885-1888 ), where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Carey, William ( 1885-1887 ), where he commanded the artillery
    Caulfeild, Algernon Montgomeri ( 1886-1890 )
    Chapman, Edward Francis ( 1885-1886 )
    Cholmondeley, Henry Reginald ( 1887-1889 )
    Christian, Hugh Henry ( 1852-1854 )
    Cobbe, Henry Hercules ( 1895-1896 )
    Coote, Richard Gethin Creagh ( 1824-1825 )
    Cotton, Stapleton Lynch
    Couper, Victor Arthur ( 1888-1889 )
    Craven, Walter Arthur Keppel ( 1852 )
    Cubitt, William George, V.C. ( 1886-1887 )
    Dalzell, Arthur Edward, 13th Ea ( 1891-1892 )
    Earle, Henry, 3rd Bt. ( 1886-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Robert Inglis ( 1885-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fortescue, Charles Granville ( 1888-1889 )
    Fremantle, Edmund Robert ( 1852 )
    Greer, Henry Harpur
    Guinness, Henry Seymour ( 1884 )
    Gunning, John Campbell ( 1887-1889 )
    Johnson, Henry Allen William, 4 ( 1886-1887 )
    Kitchener, Henry Elliott Cheva ( 1891 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lugard, Edward James ( 1888-1889 )
    Massy, Harry Stanley ( 1886-1888 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nightingale, Henry Dickonson, 1 ( 1852 )
    Pasley, Montagu Wynyard Sabine ( 1887-1889 ), he received a medal with two clasps
    Rivett-Carnac, John Thurlow ( 1886-1887 )
    St. Aubyn, Francis Michael
    Stuart, Robert Charles Ochiltr ( 1885-1887 )
    Count equals 30 individuals.

Burmese Campaign
    Lake, Winter Atwell Edward ( 1886-1889 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Burmese Expedition
    Anderson, Charles Alexander ( 1885-1886 )
    Cummins, James Turner ( 1886-1890 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eliott, Francis Hardinge ( 1888-1889 )
    Lynch-Blosse, Robert, 12th Bt. ( 1899 )
    Maunsell, Arthur Munro ( 1887-1889 )
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Burmese War
    Havelock, Henry
    Howard, Frederick Compton ( 1889-1890 )
    Hunter Blair, Thomas, of Dunske
    Noel, Edward ( 1885-1887 )
    Philipps, Ivor ( 1887-1889 )
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Campaign against Hyder Ali
    Mackenzie-Humberston, Thomas F ( 1782 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Campaign in North-West Frontier
    Bradford, Edward Ridley Colbor ( 1858-1859 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Capture of Delhi
Frankland, Thomas, where he was wounded twice
    Wilson, Archdale, 1st Bt. ( 14 Sep 1857 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Capture of Ghuznee
    Havelock, Charles Frederick
    Count equals 1 individual.

Capture of Lucknow
    Dick-Cunyngham, Robert Keith A ( Nov 1857 ), where he was wounded
    Wilson, Archdale, 1st Bt. ( 17 Mar 1858 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Capture of Pondicherry
    Rollo, James, 7th Lord Rollo of ( 1761 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Capture of Seringapatam
    Floyd, John, 1st Bt. ( 1799 ), as second in charge
    Count equals 1 individual.

Central India Campaigns
    Hill, Arthur Blundell George S, with Camel Corps
    Count equals 1 individual.

Chin-Lushai Expedition to Burma
    Montagu, Edward ( 1889-1890 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Chitral Campaign
    Arbuthnot, Dalrymple, 5th Bt. ( 1895 )
    Arbuthnot, Kenneth Wyndham ( 1895 ), in the Relief Force
    Aylmer, Fenton John, 13th Bt., ( 1895 ), where he was once again mentioned in despatches
    Bewley, Alfred William ( 1895 )
    Birdwood, Gordon Travers
    Brooke, Ronald George ( 1895 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Byron, Richard ( 1895 )
    Craufurd, Standish George Gage ( 1895 )
    Cunliffe, Frederick Hugh Gordo ( 1895 )
    Egerton, Raleigh Gilbert ( 1895 )
    Ferguson Davie, Arthur Francis ( 1896 )
    Fowler, John Sharman, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Frederick Walter
    Moon, Wilfred Graham ( 1895 )
    Murray, Arthur Cecil, 3rd Visco ( 1903-1907 ), with the 5th Gurkha Rifles
    Onslow, Cranley Charlton ( 1895 )
    Somerset, Charles Wyndham ( 1895 )
    Stewart, Algernon Bingham Anst
    Thynne, Ulric Oliver ( 1895 )
    Udny-Hamilton, Robert Edward A ( 1895 ), in the Relief Force
    Watson, Arthur John ( 1897 )
West, George William Maxwell
    Count equals 22 individuals.

Chitral Expedition
    Pasley, Montagu Wynyard Sabine ( 1895 ), he received a medal and clasp
    Robertson, William Robert, 1st ( 1895 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Chitral Relief
    Dalrymple-Hay, Stair Francis B ( 1895 )
    Trollope, Arthur Grant, 13th Bt ( 1895 )
    Young, Henry George ( 1895 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Chitral Relief Force
    Blood, Bindon ( 1895 ), Chief Staff Officer
    Cobbe, Alexander Stanhope, V.C. ( 1895 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Minchin, Alfred Beckett ( 1895 )
    Monro, Seymour Charles Hale ( 1895 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Nugent, Oliver Stewart Wood ( 1895 )
    Thackwell, Colquhoun Grant Roc ( 1895 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Chitral Relif Force
    Roberts, Frederick Hugh Sherst ( 1895 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Defence of Lucknow
    Hardinge, George Nicholas
    Count equals 1 individual.

First Afghan War
    Ashburner, William ( 1842 ), where he was severely wounded
    Carmichael, Charles Montauban
    Phayre, Robert
    Roberts, Abraham
    Count equals 4 individuals.

First Burma War
    Brooke, James ( 1824 ), where he was dangerously wounded, and invalided home in 1825
    Godwin, Henry Thomas
    Noel-Hill, William, 6th Baron B ( 1825-1826 )
    Count equals 3 individuals.

First Waziristan Revolt
    Barrow, George de Symons ( 1894-1895 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

French and Indian Wars
    Grant, Noah, Jr.
Grant, Solomon ( 1755 )
    Masterson, Edward ( 1755-1756 ), as a trooper
    Count equals 3 individuals.

French-Indian Wars
Brereton, Perceval, under General Braddock
Howe, George Augustus, 3rd Visc
    Count equals 2 individuals.

India Frontier Expedition
    Bailey, William ( 1897 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Indian Campaigns
    Harris, George, 1st Baron Harri ( 1790-1791 )
    Need, Samuel ( 1803-1804 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Indian Frontier Expedition
    Rycroft, William Henry ( 1897 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Indian Muitny
    Cubitt, William George, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Indian Mutiny
    Adams, Robert Roy ( 1857 )
    Addington, Charles John
    Adye, John Miller
    Anson, Archibald Henry Augustu
    Ashburner, William ( 1857 )
    Ashburnham, Cromer ( 1857 )
    Bagot-Chester, Heneage Charles
    Baird, David, of Newbyth, 3rd B, again, on the staff of Sir Colin Campbell
    Bannerman, William ( 1858-1859 )
    Barclay, John James ( 1857 )
    Barlow, Morison, 3rd Bt.
    Barry, Daniel Paterson
    Beamish, William Henry Slingsb
    Bernard, Henry Lionel Charles ( 1857 )
    Bertie, Vere Clinton ( 1857 )
    Best, Mawdistly Gaussen ( 1857 )
    Best, Thomas Charles Hardinge ( 1857 )
    Blackett, Charles Francis
    Blair, James, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Blunt, John Harvey, 8th Bt. ( 1857-1859 )
    Borrowes, Erasmus Dixon, 9th Bt, where he was wounded
    Bourke, John Jocelyn
    Bruce, Robert
    Burke, Theobald Hubert, 13th Bt
    Butler, Anthony
    Byron, John ( 1857 )
    Cadell, Robert ( 1857 )
    Campbell Stewart, Richard
    Campbell, Charles William, of B, where he was wounded
    Campbell, Colin, 1st and last B, where he re-captured Lucknow
    Carmichael, George Lynedoch, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cassidy, Francis Peter ( 1857 ), where he was severely wounded at the Battle of Cawnpore
    Cavagnari, Pierre Louis Napole ( 1858 )
    Christian, Hugh Henry ( 1857 )
    Clifford, Robert Cecil
    Clogstoun, Herbert Mackworth, V
    Cochrane, Rupert Inglis ( 1857-1859 )
    Cockburn, George William
    Cooper, James Sisson
Cooper, Lovick Emilus
    Crofton, Frederick Robert Came, with the 9th Lancers
    Cumberland, Charles Edward ( 1857-1859 )
Cunliffe, Foster John
    Curzon, George Augustus
    D'Oyly, Charles Walters, 9th Bt ( 1857 )
    Daly, Henry Dermot
    Dashwood, Augustus Astley Geor
    Dawson, Erskine Scott Francis
    Deedes, Herbert George
    Delmege, Collis Christopher Jo, on staff
    Edwardes, Cuthbert Ellison ( 1857-1858 )
    Ellis, Charles David Cunyngham ( 1858-1859 )
    Eyre, Philip Homan
    Fane, Francis Augustus
    Finlay, John ( 1857 )
    Fitzmaurice, Maurice Henry ( 1857-1858 )
    Frankland, Colville
    Franks, Thomas Harte ( 1857 )
Gabbett, Thomas
    Galwey, Michael ( 1857-1859 ), where he was mentioned in despatches, and received the thanks of the Governor-General
    Gethin, George ( 1857-1858 )
    Glyn, Julius Richard
    Gore, Charles Clitheroe ( 1857-1859 )
    Gough, Charles John Stanley, V. ( 1857 )
    Gough, Hugh Henry, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Graham, John Moore ( 1857-1859 )
    Grant, James Hope
Grant, Robert Innes
    Grey, Leopold John Herbert
    Grierson, Thomas Beattie
Guise, Henry John
    Hall, Henry Edward
Harrison, John Hammond
    Haughton, William ( 1857-1858 ), including the capture of Lucknow
Havelock, Charles
    Havelock, Henry ( 1857 ), at the relief of Cawnpore and Lucknow
    Havelock-Allan, Henry Marshman
    Hay, James Shaw ( 1857 )
    Hay-Newton, William Drummond O ( 1858-1859 )
    Heaton-Ellis, Charles John
    Herbert, Charles
    Herbert, Percy Egerton ( 1857 )
    Hill, Arthur Blundell George S
    Hill, John, 4th Bt. ( 1857 )
    Hogg, Adam George Forbes ( 1858-1859 )
    Horne, Francis Woodley
    Hungerford, Townsend James Wil
    Impey-Lovibond, Archibald
    Irby, Leonard Howard Loyd ( 1857 )
    Jenkinson, Edward George
    Johnson, Edwin Beaumont ( 1857 )
    Johnstone, Montague Cholmeley
    Jones, John
    Kerr, Walter Talbot ( 1857-1858 )
    Knatchbull, Norton ( 1858 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lake, Atwell King, 6th Bt.
    Lane, Charles Stuart ( 1857 )
    Lang, Arthur Moffat
    Lascelles, Henry Arthur
    Law, Francis Towry Adeane
Lawrence, Henry Montgomery ( 1857 ), where he organised the defence of Lucknow
    Le Poer Trench, Frederick ( 1857 )
Lee, William Weller
    Legh, Edmund Cornwall, at Lucknow and Kaiserbagh
    Leith, James, V.C.
    Leith, Robert William Disney, o ( 1857-1858 )
    Leith, Thomas ( 1858 )
    Lennox, Wilbraham Oates, V.C. ( 1857-1858 )
    Lewes, Hugh Arthur ( 1857 ), where he was severely wounded
    Lindsay, Henry Gore ( 1857 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lloyd-Mostyn, Savage
    Lowis, Ninian
    Luard, Frederick Peter ( 1857-1858 )
    Lugard, Edward, in command a division at the capture of Lucknow
    Macpherson, Duncan, of Cluny Ma
    Macpherson, Ewen Henry Davidso
    Mansfield, Charles Edward
March Phillipps, Everard Aloys
    Massey, Eyre Challoner Henry, 4
    Maunsell, Frederick Richard ( 1857-1859 )
    Maunsell, Thomas ( 1858-1860 )
    Maynard, Charles
    Milman, George Bryan
    Montagu, Victor Alexander ( 1857-1859 )
Montmorency, Robert Geoffrey A ( 1857 )
Moorsom, William Robert
    Oliver, John Ryder ( 1857-1859 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Outram, Francis Boyd, 2nd Bt. ( 1857 ), where he was wounded
    Outram, James, 1st Bt. ( 1857 )
    Pakenham, William Lygon, 4th Ea, as Adjutant-General
    Pearse, George Godfrey ( 1857 )
    Peel, William, V.C.
Pellew, Barrington Reynolds
    Perceval, Ernest Augustus
    Peyton, John ( 1857-1858 )
    Phillipson, John Burton ( 1858-1858 )
    Poore, Robert ( 1857 )
    Powys, Charles
    Preston, Jenico William Joseph
    Primrose, James Maurice
    Roberts, Frederick Sleigh, 1st ( 1857-1858 )
    Robertson-Aikman, Frederick, V.
    Robinson, Charles Walker ( 1858 )
Rose, Arthur
    Rose, Hugh Henry, 1st and last ( 1857-1858 ), where he captured the rebel strongholds of Jhansi and Gwalior
    Sale-Hill, Rowley
    Seton, James Lumsden, of Pitmed
Sinclair, John
    Slade, Alfred Frederic Adolphu
    Smijth-Windham, George
    Smith, William ( 1857 )
Spring, Francis
    St. John, John Henry
Staples, John
    Stewart, Randolph Henry, 11th E
    Stourton, Everard Joseph
    Tennant, James Francis ( 1858 )
    Thesiger, Frederick Augustus, 2
    Tombs, Henry, V.C. ( 1857 )
Tottenham, Ashley
    Townsend-Farquhar, John Henry, , where he defended Lucknow with the 7th Bengal Light Cavalry
Travers, Eaton Joseph
    Ussher, John Theophilus
    Verney, Edmund Hope, 3rd Bt. ( 1857-1858 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Waller, William Francis Freder
    Watson, John, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Wavell, Llewellyn, where he was one of the first officers through the gates at the Siege of Delhi
    Westropp, George Ralph Collier ( 1857 )
Wheeler, Hugh Massy
    Willoughby, George Dobson, and was the hero of the Defence of Delhi
    Wolseley, Garnet Joseph, 1st Vi ( 1857-1859 )
    Wood, Henry Evelyn, V.C. ( 1859 )
    Wood, Henry Evelyn, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Count equals 173 individuals.

Indian Rebellion
    Clerk-Rattray, James, of Craigh, at Havelock's relief and subsequent defence of Lucknow
    Feilden, Henry Wemyss ( 1857 )
Mac Gregor, Francis Alexander
    Ramsden, John Charles Francis ( 1857 )
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Kabul Campaign
    Lawrence, Henry Montgomery
    Count equals 1 individual.

Kabul Mission
    Brooke, Victor Reginald ( 1904 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Khajuri Plain, North-West Frontier
    Kenyon, Lionel Frederick Rober ( 1930-1931 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Mahratta Campaign
    Stannus, Ephraim Gerrish
    Count equals 1 individual.

Mahrattas Campaign
Mackenzie-Humberston, Thomas F ( 7 Apr 1783 ), in a naval encounter off Bombay, where he was mortally wounded
    Count equals 1 individual.

Mahrattas and Pindarres Campaigns
    Croker, William ( 1817-1818 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Mahsud-Waziristan Campaign
    Greer, Ussher Macgregor ( 1920-1921 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

North-West Frontier
    Addington, Raymond Anthony, 6th ( 1919-1920 )
    Annesley, Francis Dighton, 14th ( 1922-1923 )
    Arbuthnot, Terence John ( 1935 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bagot-Chester, Heneage Charles
    Bannerman, William ( 1849 )
    Bannerman, Wynyard Philip ( 1898-1900 )
    Baring, Dudley William ( 1919 )
    Barrington, Thomas Percy ( 1908 )
    Bayley, Arthur George ( 1930 )
    Becher, Henry Sullivan ( 1897-1898 )
    Bernard, Henry Lionel Charles ( 1852 )
    Bonham, Major Francis ( 1863 ), in Umbeyla Pass with the Eusufyare Field Force
    Booth, John Roberts ( 1931 )
    Brereton, Edward FitzGerald ( 1897-1898 )
    Bromhead, Benjamin Denis Gonvi ( 1930 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bromhead, Edmund de Gonville ( 1930 )
    Brooke, Frank Hastings ( 1935 )
    Browning, Langley ( 1930 )
    Buchanan-Baillie-Hamilton, Nei ( 1923 )
    Bunbury, Francis Ramsey St. Pi ( 1935 )
    Burrowes, Terence ( 1933-1937 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Butler, James Humphrey ( 1919-1920 )
    Carr White, Percy ( 1897-1898 )
    Cayley, Walter de Sausmarez ( 1908 )
    Clementi, Montague ( 1863 )
    Codrington, William Robert, 6th ( 1897-1898 )
    Colville, Arthur Eward William ( 1897 )
    Colvin, James Morris Colquhoun
    Couper, Victor Arthur ( 1897-1898 )
    Courtenay, Edward Reginald ( 1897-1898 )
    Croft, John ArmentiŤres ( 1935 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Currie, Ryves Alexander Mark ( 1897-1898 )
    D'Arcy, John Conyers ( 1930-1931 ), where he was wounded
    Dalrymple-Hay, Stair Francis B ( 1908 )
    Daly, Albert Peter Vincent ( 1922 )
    Dening, Lewis ( 1897 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Dick-Lauder, John North Dalrym ( 1930 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ellis, Gerald Montagu Augustus ( 1897-1898 )
    Eustace, John Patrick Leonard ( 1930 )
    Eustace, John Patrick Leonard ( 1936-1938 )
    Eustace, Norman ( 1921 )
    Fetherston-Godley, Francis Wil ( 1920 )
    Fetherstonhaugh, John David ( 1897-1898 )
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Victor Alexand ( 1922 )
Gibbons, Edward Stephen ( 1908 )
    Goring, Arthur ( 1936-1939 )
    Hall, Lionel Reid, of Dunglass,
    Hart Dyke, Percyvall, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Heaton-Ellis, John Sydney ( 1919-1920 )
    Henniker, Mark Chandos Auberon
    Henniker-Major, Charles Henry ( 1897 )
    Hope, Richard Berwick ( 1897 )
    Ismay, Hastings Lionel, 1st and ( 1908 )
    Johnson, Charles Edward ( 1901-1902 )
    Johnson, Elliot Philipse ( 1907 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Judge, Charles Bellew
    Keble, Alfred Ernest Conquer ( 1897-1898 )
    Kennedy, Humphfrey Hayes ( 1908 ), where he again won a medal with a clasp
    King, John Francklyn ( 1908 ), where he won a medal with clasp
    Kington-Blair-Oliphant, Willia ( 1930-1931 )
    Kirkpatrick, Charles ( 1930 )
    Kirkpatrick, Harry Fearnley
    Knollys, Robert Walter Edmund ( 1897-1898 )
    Knox, Alfred William Fortescue ( 1901-1902 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Knox, Harry Hugh Sidney ( 1897-1898 )
    Knox, Robert Ferguson ( 1897-1898 )
    Knox, William Humphreys ( 1919 )
    Le Fanu, Roland ( 1934-1938 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Leigh, Rupert ( 1897 )
    Liddell, William Andrew ( 1890 )
    Lindsay, David Mackie
    Lowis, Penton Shakespear
    Lowry-Corry, Walter ( 1918-1919 )
    Mackenzie, Roderick Grant Fran ( 1925 )
    Mackenzie, Roderick Grant Fran ( 1930-1931 )
    Macpherson, Ewen Henry Davidso ( 1863-1864 )
    Massy, Harry Stanley ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Molesworth, Richard Piggot ( 1897-1898 )
    Molesworth, Roger Bevil ( 1929-1930 )
    Monro, Seymour Charles Hale ( 1897-1898 )
    Montagu, Edward ( 1888 )
    Morrison-Bell, Claude William ( 1897-1898 )
    Morrison-Bell, Eustace Widdrin ( 1897-1898 )
    Mostyn, Joseph Cecil Mary ( 1931 )
    Murray, Arthur Cecil, 3rd Visco
    Murray, Cyril Francis Tyrrel ( 1897-1898 )
    Murray, Edward Rushworth Blaki ( 1919-1920 )
    Napier, John Lenox Clavering ( 1933 )
    Nepean, Evan Yorke, 6th Bt.
    O'Grady, Henry de Courcy ( 1908 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Grady, Henry de Courcy ( 1902 )
    Paget, Oswald Leopold ( 1930 )
    Pearse, George Godfrey ( 1849-1855 )
    Philipps, Ivor ( 1896 )
    Plunkett, Randal Arthur Henry, ( 1930 )
    Pollock, John Archibald Henry ( 1897 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rawlins, Arthur Kennedy ( 1897-1903 )
    Roberts, Frederick Sleigh, 1st ( 1863 )
    Seton, Bruce Gordon, of Abercor ( 1894 ), where he was severely
    Seymour, Charles Hugh Napier ( 1920 )
    Seymour, William Walter ( 1919 )
    Shirley, Sewallis Robert ( 1930 )
    Somerset, Charles Wyndham ( 1897-1898 )
    Spencer-Churchill, Winston Leo ( 1897 ), in the Malakand Field Force, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. John, Richard Stukeley ( 1897-1898 )
Standen, James Douglas
    Stanistreet, George Bradshaw ( 1897-1898 )
    Stannus, Graydon Grant Harvey
    Stockley, Hugh Roderick ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Sykes, John Henry ( 1930-1931 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Talbot, George Reginald FitzRo ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Julian Dallas ( 1897-1898 )
    Villiers-Stuart, Charles Herbe ( 1897-1898 )
    Villiers-Stuart, John Patrick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo ( 1897-1898 )
    Westropp, George Ralph Collier
    Wodehouse, Josceline Henage
    Wolrige Gordon, John Gordon, 8t ( 1897-1898 )
    Young, Henry George ( 1897-1898 )
    Count equals 119 individuals.

North-West Frontier Campaign
Rainsford-Hannay, Ramsay
    Count equals 1 individual.

North-West Frontier India
    Godley, Brian Richard ( 1921-1923 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Count equals 1 individual.

Northwest Frontier of India
    Anderson, Charles Alexander ( 1897-1898 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Poligar Campaign, India
    Walker, George Townshend, 1st B
    Count equals 1 individual.

Punjab Campaign
    Anstruther, Philip ( 1846 )
    Bannerman, William ( 1848-1849 )
    Barry, Daniel Paterson ( 1848-1849 )
    Daly, Henry Dermot
    Fergusson, James Alexander Dun ( 1848 )
    Hopkinson, Henry ( 1848-1849 )
    Hunt-Grubbe, William
    Johnson, Edwin Beaumont
    Markham, Frederick
    Maunsell, Frederick Richard ( 1848-1849 )
    Maunsell, Thomas ( 1848-1849 ), where he was wounded twice
    Nicholson, Willliam Gustavus, 1 ( 1872 )
    Stewart, Philip George ( 1897-1898 )
    Ward, William John ( 1848-1849 )
    Younghusband, Edward
    Count equals 15 individuals.

Punjab Expedition
    Campbell, Edward Fitzgerald, 2n ( 1849 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Punjab Frontier
    Salt, Thomas Anderton, 2nd Bt. ( 1897 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Punjab War
    Mansfield, William Rose, 1st Ba ( 1848-1849 )
    Pearse, George Godfrey ( 1848-1849 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Relief of Kandahar
    Dewar, James Raymond Johnstone ( 1881 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Relief of Lucknow
    Barrow, Lousada, where he played a prominent part in the relief, and is commerorated by a statue there
Dobbs, Francis Hugh ( 1857 )
    Greathed, Edward Harris ( 1857 )
    Havelock-Allan, Henry Marshman ( 1857 ), as DAAG to his father
    Macpherson, Ewen Henry Davidso
Pakenham, Robert Maxwell ( 25 Sep 1857 )
    Sergison, Charles Warden
    Count equals 7 individuals.

Relief of Pondicherry
    Haldane, Robert ( Jan 1761 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Second Afghan War
    Arbuthnott, Walter Charles War ( 1880 )
    Ashburnham, Cromer ( 1878-1880 )
    Baden-Powell, Robert Stephenso ( 1880-1881 )
    Ball-Acton, Charles ( 1878-1881 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Bannerman, Arthur Johnston ( 1879-1880 )
    Bannerman, William ( 1879-1880 )
    Barrow, Arthur Frederick ( 1878-1880 )
    Barrow, Edmund George ( 1878-1879 )
    Barttelot, Edmund Musgrave
    Boughey, George Fletcher Ottle ( 1878-1880 )
    Bryan, George Leopold, 4th Baro ( 1878-1879 )
    Hamilton-Gordon, Alexander ( 1880 )
    Holland, Herbert Christian ( 1879-1880 )
    Leach, Edward Pemberton, V.C. ( 1878 )
    Ogilvy, David Stanley William, ( 1878-1879 )
    Paget, Henry Edward Clarence ( 1880 ), where he won a medal
Ross, Hugh Rose ( c 1879 )
    Count equals 17 individuals.

Second Anglo-Afghan War
    Wynne, Arthur Singleton ( 1878 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Second Burma War
    Anstruther, Philip ( 1853-1854 )
    Ball-Acton, Charles ( 1853 )
    Borrowes, Erasmus Dixon, 9th Bt ( 1853 )
    Galwey, Michael ( 1852 )
    Godwin, Henry Thomas
    Wolseley, Garnet Joseph, 1st Vi ( 1852-1853 )
    Count equals 6 individuals.

Second Mahratta War
    Stuart, Charles Nicholas
    Count equals 1 individual.

Second Sikh War
    Campbell, Colin, 1st and last B ( 1848 )
    Dundas, Henry, 3rd Viscount Mel ( 1849 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Seige of Seringapatam
    Stapleton-Cotton, Stapleton, 1s ( 1794 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege and Capture of Lucknow
    Carleton, Henry Alexander ( 1858 ), where he commanded a Division
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of Bhurtpoor
    Havelock, Charles Frederick ( 1825 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Siege of Delhi
    Campbell, Edward Fitzgerald, 2n ( 1858 )
Chancellor, Alexander
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Siege of Lucknow
    Agnew, Gerald Andrew, in the first relief force, and then during the second siege, where he was wounded
Ayshford Sanford, Charles
Barclay, John James, in the relief force
    Barlow, Morison, 3rd Bt.
    Blunt, John Harvey, 8th Bt.
    Bonham, John ( 1857 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded five times
    Campbell, Charles William, of B ( 1859 )
    Gore-Browne, Henry George, V.C. ( 1857 )
    Hill, Arthur Blundell George S
    Irby, Leonard Howard Loyd, in the relief force
    Napier, Robert Cornelis, 1st Ba
    Prevost, George Phipps, he was wounded and received a medal and clasp
    Count equals 12 individuals.

Siege of Pondicherry
    Clive, Robert, 1st Baron Clive
    Gordon, Cosmo
    Havilland, Thomas Fiott ( 1793 )
    Morris, Staats Long ( 1761 )
    Rumbold, William Richard ( Oct 1778 ), after which he delivered despatches and colours of the fortress to King George III
    Count equals 5 individuals.

Siege of Seringapatam
    Cornwallis, Charles, 1st Marque
    O'Connell, Gleadowe Montgomery
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Sikh Campaign
    Dewar, Alexander Cumming, 6th o
    Count equals 1 individual.

Sikh War
    Havelock, Henry
    Mackinnon, Daniel Henry Loudou ( 1840 )
    Mansfield, William Rose, 1st Ba ( 1845-1846 )
    Powys, Charles
    Count equals 4 individuals.

Sikh Wars
    Brookes, Robert ( 1849 )
    Croker, William ( 1808-1809 )
    Knight-Bruce, George Hamilton ( 1846 )
    Lugard, Edward ( 1848-1849 )
    Lugard, Edward ( 1845-1846 )
    Nepean, Evan Philip Tighman
    Wilmer, William ( 1848-1849 )
    Count equals 7 individuals.

Sikh campaigns
    Best, Richard Mawdistly ( 1842-1843 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

South Persia and Afghan War
    Molesworth, Francis Crofton ( 1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Third Afghan War
    Agnew, David Quentin Hope ( 1919 )
    Arbuthnot, Archibald Hugh ( 1919 )
    Baring, Dudley William ( 1919 )
    Barrow, George de Symons ( 1919 )
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( 1919 )
    Carr White, Percy ( 1919 )
    Carr White, Reginald Alfred ( 1919 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hamilton, Frederick Arthur
    Maynard, Francis Herbert
    Count equals 9 individuals.

Third Burma War
    Agnew, Charles Hamlyn ( 1885-1887 )
    Agnew, Quentin Charles Graham ( 1885-1886 )
    Aylmer, Fenton John, 13th Bt., ( 1886-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( 1889 )
    Gordon, James Henry ( 1885-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Irby, Frederick Arthur ( 1885-1887 )
    Knatchbull, George Wyndham Chi ( 1885-1887 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Paget, Arthur Henry Fitzroy
    Somerset, Charles Wyndham ( 1886-1889 )
    Vans Agnew, John, of Barnbarroc ( 1887-1888 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Third Burmese War
Atkinson, Richard Frederick ( 31 Aug 1886 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Tirah Campaign
    Agnew, Quentin Charles Graham ( 1897-1898 )
    Annesley, James Howard Adolphu ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches, and won a medal with two clasps
    Baring, Hugo ( 1897-1898 )
    Birdwood, Halhed Brodrick ( 1897-1898 )
    Birdwood, William Riddell, 1st ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blakeney, William Edward Albem ( 1897-1898 )
    Blood, William Persse ( 1897 )
    Bourke, George Deane ( 1897-1898 )
    Boyle, Cecil David
    Brooke, Ronald George ( 1897-1898 )
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Ferguson Davie, Arthur Francis ( 1897-1898 )
Forbes, George Francis Reginal ( 1897-1898 )
    Gunning, George Hamilton ( 1897 )
    Haldane, James Aylmer Lowthorp ( 1897-1898 )
    Huggins, Ponsonby Glenn ( 1897-1898 )
    Kerr, Frederick Walter
    Littledale, Herbert Charles Th ( 1897-1898 )
    Montmorency, Willoughby John H ( 1897-1898 )
    Nightingale, Manners Ralph Wil ( 1898 )
    Philipps, Ivor ( 1896-1897 )
    Price, Thomas Herbert Francis
    Ryder, Wilfred Ironside ( 1897 )
    Somerset, Charles Wyndham ( 1897-1898 )
    Spencer-Churchill, Winston Leo ( 1898 )
    Udny-Hamilton, Robert Edward A ( 1897-1898 )
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo ( 1897 ), where he was dangerously wounded
    Westropp, George Ralph Collier ( 1897 )
    Count equals 28 individuals.

Tirah Expedition
    Alexander, Edward Currie ( 1897-1898 )
    Alexander, Walter Lorenzo ( 1897-1898 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Broadbent, John Edward ( 1897-1898 )
    Campbell, Walter ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Constable-Maxwell-Scott, Walte ( 1897-1898 )
    Craufurd, Standish George Gage ( 1897-1898 ), where he was wounded
    Cunliffe, Foster Lionel ( 1897 )
    Earle, Henry, 3rd Bt. ( 1897-1898 ), where he was severely wounded
    Feilden, Randle Montague ( 1897-1898 )
    Gough, Hubert de la Poer ( 1897-1898 )
    Hope, Lucius Charles ( 1897 )
    Ingilby, John Uchtred Macdowal ( 1897-1898 )
    Keyes, Terence Humphrey ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mansel, Hugh Arthur ( 1897-1898 )
    Murray, Cyril Francis Tyrrel ( 1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Nicholson, Willliam Gustavus, 1 ( 1897-1898 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pasley, Montagu Wynyard Sabine ( 1897-1898 ), he was mentioned in despatches and received three clasps
    Poole, Frederick Cuthbert ( 1897-1898 )
    Shoubridge, Thomas Herbert ( 1897 )
    Wake, Edward St. Aubyn ( 1897-1898 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Wake, Hugh St. Aubyn ( 1897-1898 )
    Westropp, Frederick Malcolm
    Wood, Arthur Herbert
    Count equals 23 individuals.

Tirah Expeditionary Force
    Fowler, John Sharman, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Umbeyla Campaign|with the 1st Punjab Infantry (Rifles),
    Oliphant, Thomas Truman ( 1863 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Upper Burma Campaign
    Campbell, Duncan John Alfred, o ( 1886-1889 )
    Johnstone, Robert FitzRoy Macl ( 1888-1889 )
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Waziristan Campaign
    Arbuthnot, Terence John ( 1936-1937 )
    Berkeley, Christopher Robert ( 1922 )
    Bingham, George Roderick Benti ( 1921 )
    Birdwood, Christopher Bromhead ( 1919-1920 )
    Birdwood, Christopher Bromhead ( 1937-1938 )
    Birdwood, Gordon Travers
    Bourke, Arthur John Henry ( 1936-1938 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Bourke, Arthur John Henry ( 1919-1921 )
    Bromhead, Benjamin Denis Gonvi ( 1937 ), where he mentioned in despatches
    Bromhead, Benjamin Denis Gonvi ( 1922-1924 ), where he was wounded
    Brooke, Arthur Francis ( 1920 )
    Bruce, Charles Granville ( 1894-1895 )
    Bunbury, Gerald Bruce St. Pier ( 1919 )
    Bunbury, NoŽl Louis St. Pierre ( 1930 )
    Bunbury, NoŽl Louis St. Pierre ( 1936-1937 )
    Bunbury, NoŽl Louis St. Pierre ( 1920 )
    Burgh, Eric ( 1937 )
    Burgh, Eric ( 1922 )
    Butler, James Dighton ( 1936-1937 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carey, Octavius William ( 1901-1902 )
    Carter, John Fillis Carrť ( 1901-1902 )
    Cayley, Philip Estcourt ( 1919-1920 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chichester, Reginald de Blaqui ( 1894-1895 )
    Courcy, Michael William Robert ( 1922 )
    Dening, Lewis ( 1901-1902 )
    Eden, George Wilfrid ( 1937 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Egerton, James Boswell ( 1901 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Egerton, Raleigh Gilbert ( 1901-1902 )
Ferguson Davie, Arthur Francis ( 1894-1895 )
    Ferguson Davie, Arthur Francis ( 1901-1902 )
    Floyer-Acland, Arthur Nugent ( 1937-1938 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Fowler, Edward Cole Willoughby ( 1936-1939 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grant, Alfred Hamilton, of Dalv ( 1919-1920 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gunning, George Hamilton ( 1919-1920 )
    Gunning, George Hamilton ( 1901-1902 )
    Haldane, James Aylmer Lowthorp ( 1894 )
    Hart Dyke, Percyvall ( 1921-1924 )
    Hill, Geoffrey Noel ( 1920 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, James Webley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Irvine-Fortescue, Archer ( 1922-1923 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Kenyon, Harold Anthony ( 1923 )
    Kenyon, Lionel Frederick Rober ( 1922 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Kenyon, William Patrick ( 1921-1923 )
    Kington-Blair-Oliphant, Philip ( 1921-1924 )
    Kirkpatrick, Charles ( 1920-1923 ), and he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Le Fanu, Roland
    Maynard, Francis Herbert ( 1937-1938 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Molesworth, Roger Bevil ( 1942 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Archibald Digby ( 1901-1902 )
    Napier, Robert John, 5th Baron ( 1936-1937 )
    Nightingale, Manners Ralph Wil ( 1923-1924 )
    Noel, Edward Francis Hamlyn ( 1921-1923 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ogilvy, Abercromby Graham ( 1920 )
    Ogilvy, David ( 1923-1924 )
Paget, George Howard
    Rees, Thomas Wynford ( 1920 )
    Riddell, Archibald ( 1921 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Robertson, Brian Hubert, 1st Ba
    Ruttledge, Robert Francis ( 1919 )
    Ryder, Wilfred Ironside ( 1894 )
    Stockley, Hugh Roderick ( 1894-1895 )
    Traill, William Stewart ( 1894-1895 )
    Villiers-Stuart, Charles Herbe ( 1901-1902 )
    Villiers-Stuart, John Patrick ( 1901-1902 )
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo ( 1920 )
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo ( 1922-1923 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers-Stuart, William Desmo ( 1901-1902 )
    Westropp, George Ralph Collier ( 1901-1902 )
    Wilson, Nigel Maitland ( 1922-1923 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 69 individuals.

Waziristan Cmapaign
    Knox, William Humphreys ( 1937 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Waziristan Expedition
    Becher, Henry Sullivan ( 1901-1902 )
    Bland, William St. Colum ( 1894-1895 )
    Brooke, George Cecil ( 1895 )
    Gray, Frederick William Barton ( 1894-1895 )
    Hunter-Weston, Aylmer Gould, 27 ( 1894-1895 ), where he was wounded
    Molesworth, Richard Piggot ( 1894-1895 )
    Pollock, John Archibald Henry ( 1894-1895 )
    Powell, Charles Herbert ( 1894-1895 )
    Roberts, Frederick Hugh Sherst ( 1894-1895 ), where he was mentioned i despatches
    Yarde-Buller, Henry ( 1894-1895 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Waziristan conflict
    Alexander, Robert Dundas ( 1901 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

campaigns in Afghanistan
    Murray, Arthur Mordaunt
    Count equals 1 individual.

storming of Seringapatam
    Burke, William
    Count equals 1 individual.

storming of the fortress of Gawilghur
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of ( 5 Dec 1803 ), ending in the submission of Scindia and the Rajah of Berah
    Count equals 1 individual.

taking of Coorg, India
    Lindsay, Patrick
    Count equals 1 individual.

wars in India
    Wellesley, Arthur, 1st Duke of ( 1797-1805 ), including the campaign against Tippoo Sahib
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 911 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war