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**[https://archive.org/stream/campaignshistory00gret#page/384/mode/2up Appendix 2: Casualty Roll] [deaths for campaigns], page 385
 
**[https://archive.org/stream/campaignshistory00gret#page/384/mode/2up Appendix 2: Casualty Roll] [deaths for campaigns], page 385
 
*[http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924028921075#page/n429/mode/2up “The Adjutant’s grave”] from ''The new and the old; or, California and India in romantic aspects'' by John Williamson Palmer 1859 Archive.org. Rangoon in the [[2nd Burma War]]
 
*[http://www.archive.org/stream/cu31924028921075#page/n429/mode/2up “The Adjutant’s grave”] from ''The new and the old; or, California and India in romantic aspects'' by John Williamson Palmer 1859 Archive.org. Rangoon in the [[2nd Burma War]]
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*[http://access.bl.uk/item/viewer/ark:/81055/vdc_100003075209.0x000002#  ''A Short History of the Royal Irish Regiment''] 1921  access.bl.uk British Library
  
 
===Other===  
 
===Other===  

Latest revision as of 06:11, 27 August 2015

Known as The Royal Irish Regiment

Chronology

  • 1684 raised as the Earl of Granard's Regiment of Foot in Ireland from independent garrison companies; also known until 1751 by the names of other colonels
  • 1695 became the Royal Regiment of Ireland
  • 1751 became the 18th (or Royal Irish) Regiment of Foot
  • 1782 became the 18th (The Royal Irish) Regiment of Foot
  • 1881 became The Royal Irish Regiment
  • 1922 disbanded on formation of Irish Free State

British India Service

Cantonments 1879-1883

1st Battalion

  • July 1882: Rawalpindi where they remained for the rest of that year and into 1883.[1]


External Links

Historical Books Online

Other


References

  1. Frogsmile "Lewis Dunne Conductor , Ordanance Depot" Victorian Wars Forum 19 August 2014. Retrieved 20 August 2014