25th Regiment of Foot
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Also known as The Scottish Borderers
- 1689 raised as Leven's Regiment by the Earl of Leven
- 1746 known as Semphill's Regiment of Foot
- 1751 became 25th Regiment of Foot
- 1806 became King's Own Borderers
- 1887 became King's Own Scottish Borderers
- 2006 amalgamated with the Royal Scots to form the Royal Scots Borderers (1st Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland)
British India Service
- 1801 Egyptian Campaign
- 1853 India & Ceylon
- 1878 2nd Afghan War
- 1881 Bengal
- 1885 Meerut
- 1888 Chin Lushai Expedition
- 1911 Ranikhet
- 1912 Lucknow
- 1919 Agra
- 1921 North West Frontier
- A Short History of the King's Own Scottish Borderers 1923 (42 pages). Available at the British Library UIN: BLL01001096721
- All the Blue Bonnets : the history of the King's Own Scottish Borderers by Robert Woollcombe 1980 (208 pages). Available at the BL UIN: BLL01009450319
- The King's Own Scottish Borderers : a concise history by Trevor Royle 2008 (240 pages). Available at the BL UIN: BLL01013779256
- King's Own Scottish Borderers Wikipedia
- Royal Scots Borderers Wikipedia
- Royal Regiment of Scotland Wikipedia
- The King's Own Scottish Borderers including deployments: 1st Battalion,2nd Battalion Regiments.org an archived website.
- The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Association and Museum. Retrieved 15 September 2014
Historical books online
- "The King’s Own Scottish Borderers" from The Lowland Scots Regiments : their origin, character and services previous to the great war of 1914 edited by Sir Herbert Maxwell 1918 Archive.org
- Footslogger An Autobiography by Graham Seton (Lieutenant- Colonel G S Hutchinson) 4th Impression 1933 Archive.org.
- He joined the !st Battalion K.O.S.B. in January 1910, page 59, and subsequently went to India in 1911 with the 1st Battalion page 75 where he became involved with the Durbar, page 82.
- derekb. Charles ATKINSON, 25th Foot 1854-64, Indian service? Victorian Wars Forum 6 October 2012, now an archived webpage, quoting page 81 of The King's Own Scottish Borderers by Trevor Royle.