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  1. 95th foot soldier

    I am trying to find out about a Robert Whiteside of the 95th foot Married Maria Lemmon in Newtownards (his home town) 21 sept 1865 Had a daughter born in Bombay 1870 she died a year later in Portsmouth Had a son Robert James Whiteside born Pembroke Dock 14 sept 1875 Father drowned Hobbs Point...

    Started by geoffct‎, 07-09-2010 7:05 PM
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  2. Charge of the Light Brigade

    Tomorrow, 25th October 2004, marks the 150th anniversary of the Charge of the Light Brigade. "At ten minutes past eleven, our Light Cavalry Brigade advanced. As they rushed towards the front, the Russians opened on them from the guns in the redoubt on the right with volleys of musketry and...

    Started by ziksby‎, 24-10-2004 11:05 AM
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  3. Enlistment Ages of Soldiers and Officers

    Hi can anyone tell me what the enlistment age range was for soldiers and officers during the Crimean war? Thanks Robsnicta

    Started by robsnicta‎, 19-05-2016 2:54 PM
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  4. Soldier records

    My great-great grandfather was a soldier in the Crimean War John Cox, born about 1829 in Ireland Moved to England about 1851-1854 There are 209 John Cox recorded What records exist, where, and what information is held to help me determine the correct one please? I think I have to go to...

    Started by pahuckfield‎, 25-02-2018 6:34 PM
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  5. Florence Nightingale's Nurses

    When I was but a little lad, I remember my grandmother telling me that one of her grandmothers had gone to the Crimea with Florence Nightingale. This news came to light at about the time that Anna Neagle's film 'The Lady with the Lamp' was released. All these years later, I now know the names of...

    Started by JohnN‎, 02-09-2008 6:32 AM
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  6. Looking for George Cross, Crimean Survivor

    I'm trying to find any information on George Cross, my 3rd great grand father. I know he served in the army during the Crimean War and survived. He died aged 96 about 1899 in Kiddington Oxfordshire. I have no records of which regiment he served in so any help would be welcome.

    Started by SallyW‎, 21-10-2017 1:19 PM
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  7. Looking for Light Brigade roster

    Hello, Does anyone know where I can find a roster for the Light Brigade (I know this is not the correct name for the unit)? My great, great grandfather was supposedly the paymaster for the unit and did not take part in the battle. Also...looking for a roster of the nurses who worked for...

    Started by GregDCastro‎, 30-09-2017 2:52 AM
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  8. Highlander in Corfu

    Hi- I am looking for records on James Murray, per family history a sergeant with the Seaforth Highlanders, who travelled to Corfu with his wife and died there. I don't have date of birth or place of birth, although he was married in 1853 in Ardesier, Inverness. He is mentioned in one letter as...

    Started by chadwbe‎, 23-07-2015 5:47 PM
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  9. Angry Charge of the Light Brigade member?

    This has probably been posted a million times but... My 3X great grandfather James Hiram Williamson was born ~1819 or 1838--have conflicting information...his death record states his birthdate as 1819-filled out by his wife. Minwhile his US Natrualzation index card states his birthdate as 25...

    Started by S Williamson‎, 05-07-2014 4:43 PM
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  10. 93rd Sutherland Highlanders

    I am trying to find a record of my 2nd great-grandfather, William Crichton (or Alexander William) in the war. The 1851 Scottish census has him at Edinburgh Castle as a private with the 93rd. Regimental Birth Indexes show the birth of his son, William Palmerston Crichton, at Scutari in 1854....

    Started by marthalawrence‎, 21-01-2015 12:00 AM
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  11. Looking for a "Bluejacket" in the Crimean War

    Hi, I wonder if anyone can help me - according to an obituary in a newspaper my Great-great Grandfather James Black (b.about 1827) was a "Bluejacket" who fought in the Crimean War under Sir Admiral Charles Napier. 1. Can anyone tell me please what a "Bluejacket" was? My understanding is that...

    Started by JasonNZ‎, 12-01-2015 10:00 AM
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  12. Isaac Goodman

    Hi Everyone, I hope you are doing well. I am looking for information for my family history research. I am open to suggestions on sources or if anyone has any information. Isaac Goodman Birth- 1833- Russia, Poland Death- Sept 30, 1918 Bradford, PA Spouse- Reisel Solomon Buried in...

    Started by dewaxman18‎, 19-11-2014 7:02 PM
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  13. Tracing John Thomas - Merchant Seaman Crimea

    Hi All, Chasing information on John Thomas who was born c1825 - 1830 in Gibraltar. His father I think was British and was stationed in Gibraltar at the time his mother apparently is of Spanish origin. The story goes that his ship was sunk and he was the sole survivor. I am trying to find...

    Started by Rhondy‎, 09-11-2014 12:41 AM
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  14. Post Crimean War HMS Queen John Pascoe

    Hello there Would some kind person perform a look up for me for my 3x great grandfather John Pascoe born in Quethiok in Cornwall? He was on HMS Queen in 1853 and having found out quite a bit about the ship itself (including seeing the ship in a barrel at the Greenwich Museum) I would love to track...

    Started by ecojan13‎, 27-08-2014 11:26 AM
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  15. Crimean war French soldiers

    Does anyone know PLEASE how I can find my Gt.Granfather's record for this.Thanks

    Started by patmoore‎, 08-08-2014 6:08 PM
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  16. Question 60th foot and Rifle brigade - the same?

    Henry Mather, born Nottingham 1834, newly enlisted in the British Army, survived the wreck of HM Troopship Birkenhead near Cape Town, on 26th February 1852; he was thought to have perished but he wrote to his father and the news appeared in the Nottingham papers. I'm fairly sure the Harry Mather of...

    Started by RosieW‎, 30-05-2014 5:45 PM
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  17. Red face Richard CHADWICK of 13th Light Dragoons

    I am chasing information about Richard CHADWICK who signed up to the 13th Light Dragoons on 5 June 1851 at the tender age of 18yrs in York. His discharge record shows he was born in Cawnpore East Indies about 1833/32 and served for nearly 12 years finally leaving in 1863 of his own choice. The...

    Started by blue wren‎, 27-08-2013 12:10 PM
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  18. William Johnston Royal Sapper and Miner

    Hoping someone can help. I am searching for my Great Great Grandfather, William Johnston. He left Scotland at age 20 and is listed on the 1851 England Census at St. Mary's Woolwich, borough of Greenwich as a Private with the Royal Sappers and Miners. He was born in Mochrum, Wigtownshire,...

    Started by DJohnston‎, 08-02-2014 11:31 PM
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  19. Re: Charles Farnes b Abt 1828

    Hi Can anyone out there help - I have been trying to find info on Charles Farnes - Farrier Major - 6th Inniskillings Dragoons. He died from cholera while returing home on board ship in 1856. Medals: Sebastapol - Inkerman - Balaklava. 2 Medals (one in 1854). Where would his death have been...

    Started by Norma‎, 24-09-2007 3:23 PM
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  20. William D (Skipper) Anderson

    William D Anderson died in London in 1916 and according to a newspaper cut out of that time which unfortunately does not give the name of the newspaper, he was a Crimea veteran who was a favourite model for artists and much seen in adverts and posters. Family legend has it that his face was used...

    Started by mick‎, 23-01-2008 11:22 PM
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