35th Regiment of Foot
Also known as The Royal Sussex Regiment
- 1693 raised as the Earl of Donegal's Regiment of Foot
- 1698 disbanded
- 1701 raised again. Also known as the Belfast Regiment
- 1747 became 35th Regiment of Foot
- 1751 given the title Prince of Orange's Own Regiment
- 1782 became the 35th (The Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot
- 1805 became the 35th (Sussex) Regiment of Foot.
- 1881 united with the 107th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry) to form The Royal Sussex Regiment
- 1966 was amalgamated with The Queen's Royal Surrey Regiment, The Queen's Own Buffs, The Royal Kent Regiment and The Middlesex Regiment and became 3rd Battalion The Queen's Regiment
- 1992 amalgamated with The Royal Hampshire Regiment to become The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (Queen's and Royal Hampshires)
First World War period, before and after
The 1st Battalion was in India from 1902 until 1919, and appears to have been based at Rawalpindi (1909-1913) and Peshawar (1913-1914) and perhaps other periods. It was at camps at Rustam, Adezai, and Nagoman, while serving on the North West Frontier of India, between August-November 1915. 
It took part in the 3rd Afghan War in 1919.
- The Royal Sussex Regiment www.royalsussex.org.uk
- 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- The Royal Sussex Regiment Wikipedia
- The Queen's Regiment Wikipedia
- 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot including deployments Regiments.org, an archived site
- The Royal Sussex Regiment including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site
- The Royal Sussex Regimental Collection at Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum. Covers the 35th Regiment and 107th Regiment of Foot (Bengal Light Infantry)
- The West Sussex Records Office holds regimental archives, including documents transferred from the Regimental Museum in 1979.
- First page only, "A Soldier's Life in Burma and India 1854-1874" by W. G. Shelton, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research Vol. 52, No. 209 (Spring 1974), pp. 17-33. Based on a memoir by Sergeant-Major Alexander Morton of the 35th Regiment. Contains a description of the conditions on board the ship to India.
- Photo album of John E Brown, now an archived page 1royalsussex-3queens.com. He was in India 1932-1935.
Historical books online
- An Historical Memoir of the 35th Royal Sussex Regiment of Foot by Richard Trimen 1873 Archive.org
- Word War 1 actions
- "Punishing the Bunerwals"  , page 217 Under ten viceroys the reminiscences of a Gurkha by Major-General Nigel Woodyatt 1922 Archive.org. Includes the actions at Rustam, and rather briefly Shabdakr in 1915.
- 'The Defence of India' by F. A. McKenzie, from The Great War edited by H.W. Wilson, volume 7, chapter 128. greatwardifferent.com, now an archived website. Scroll down to the section about the North West Frontier including Shabkadar.
- Catalogue references West Sussex Record Office RSR/PH/1/35 Photographs of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment, stationed at Rawalpindi (1909-1913) and Peshawar (1913-1914) in India, and RSR/PH/1/38 1915-1917 Photographs of the 1st Battalion, The Royal Sussex Regiment, stationed at Peshawar in India. Principally taken at Rustam, Adezai, and Nagoman, while serving on the North West Frontier of India, between August-November 1915.