3rd Madras (European) Infantry
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Part of the Madras European Infantry, later renamed the 108th Regiment of Foot.
- 1766 raised as the 3rd Madras European Regiment
- 1774 absorbed into 1st and 2nd Madras European Regiments
- 1777 reformed as the 3rd Madras European Regiment
- 1796 disbanded
- 1854 raised as the 3rd Madras (European) Infantry
- 1858 taken into the British Army
- 1859 became the 3rd Madras Infantry
- 1862 renamed 108th Regiment of Foot
- 1881 amalgamated with the 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot to form The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
- 1968 merged with the Royal Ulster Rifles and the Royal Irish Fusiliers and became the Royal Irish Rangers
Service in British India
- 1857 Indian Mutiny
- 1862 Madras
- 1863 Bombay
- 1888 Secunderabad
- 1892 Chakratta
- 1897 Ferozepore
- 1887 Tirah Campaign
- 1899 Dalhousie
- 108th Regiment of Foot Wikipedia
- Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Wikipedia
- Royal Irish Rangers Wikipedia
- Royal Irish Regiment Wikipedia
- 108th Regiment of Foot including deployments Regiments.org, an archived site.
- The Inniskillings Museum including A Brief History
- The Royal Irish [Regiment] Details of Museums and future database for the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (27th and 108th Regiments of Foot), the Royal Irish Rifles (83rd and 86th Regiments of Foot) and the Royal Irish Fusiliers (87th and 89th Regiments of Foot). In addition, in time it is intended to include in the database the names of many soldiers who served in what have become known as the Disbanded Irish Regiments, such as the Connaught Rangers, (88th and 94th Regiments of Foot), the Dublin Fusiliers (102th and 103th Regiments of Foot) and the (18th) Royal Irish Regiment. The Leinster Regiment (100th and 109th Regiments of Foot) and the Royal Munster Fusiliers ( 101st and 104th Regiments of Foot) also are part of this category.
- Imperial Policing The Inniskillings in India.
Historical books online
- Standing Mess Rules for the Officers of the 3rd Mad. Eur. Regiment 1857 Google Books
- The Abyssinian Expedition and the Management of Troops in the Field in Unhealthy Locations by Colonel G T Haly (late of the 108th Foot)1867 Archive.org
- "The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers Battalion II: late 108th Regiment of Foot" page 257 The British Army : Its Regimental Records, Badges, Devices Etc by Major J H Lawrence-Archer 1888 Archive.org , Digital Library of India Collection.