10th Regiment of Foot
The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment
- 1685 raised as the Earl of Bath's Regiment for its first Colonel John Granville, 1st Earl of Bath
- 1751 became the 10th Regiment of Foot
- 1781 became the 10th (North Lincoln) Regiment of Foot
- 1881 became The Lincolnshire Regiment
- 1946 became The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment
- 1960 amalgamated with The Northamptonshire Regiment, to form 2nd East Anglian Regiment (Duchess of Gloucester's Own Royal Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire)
- 1964 united with 1st East Anglian Regiment (Royal Norfolk and Suffolk), 3rd East Anglian Regiment (16th/44th Foot), and The Royal Leicestershire Regiment, to form The Royal Anglian Regiment
Service in British India
- 1798 India
- 1801 Egypt
- 1842 India
- 1845 1st Sikh War
- 1848 2nd Sikh War
- 1857 Indian Mutiny
- 1875 Perak War
- 1897 Egypt
- 1898 Sudan
- 1898 Secunderabad
- 1905 Kamptee
- 1936 Bombay
- 1939 Dinapore
- 10th (North Lincoln) Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- Royal Lincolnshire Regiment Wikipedia
- Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment Wikipedia
- The Royal Lincolnshire Regiment including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site.
- The Regimental Museum
- The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum Covers the Royal Norfolk Regiment (9th Foot), the Royal Lincolnshire Regiment (10th Foot), the Suffolk Regiment (12th Foot), the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment (16th Foot), the Royal Leicestershire Regiment (17th Foot), the Essex Regiment (44th/ 56th Foot), and the Northamptonshire Regiment (48th/ 58th Foot).
- Sutlej Medal 1845/6 Roll for the 10th Regiment of Foot, with clasp "Sobraon" from the archived website YesterYears
- This Rootsweb British Army Message Board post indicates a soldier from the 2nd Battalion was in Port Blair, Andaman Island in January 1871 and Rangoon in August 1871.
Historical Books Online
- Historical Record of the Tenth, or the North Lincolnshire Regiment of Foot: containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1685, and of its subsequent services to 1847 by Richard Cannon (1847) Google Books. Indian Service commences page 46 in 1799 in Madras.