4th Regiment of Foot
Also known as King's Own Royal Regiment
- 1680 raised as the 2nd Tangier, or Earl of Plymouth's Regiment of Foot
- 1684 became The Duchess of York and Albany's Regiment of Foot
- 1685 became The Queen's Regiment
- 1702 became The Queen's Regiment of Marines
- 1710 became The Queen's Regiment of Foot
- 1715 became The King's Own Regiment of Foot
- 1751 became 4th or the King's Own Regiment of Foot
- 1867 became 4th (The King's Own Royal) Regiment of Foot
- 1881 became The King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)
- 1959 amalgamated with The Border Regiment into the The King's Own Royal Border Regiment
- 2006 amalgamated with the King’s Regiment, and the Queen’s Lancashire Regiment to become the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's Lancashire and Border)
First World War
6th (Service) Battalion: Moved to Gallipoli in July 1915. Went to Egypt in January 1916 and thence to Mesopotamia.. Note that there is at least one burial In India  for a man sent from Mesopotamia on medical grounds, thought to be a burial at Murree whose grave is marked 'died in Murree of wounds received in Mesopotamia'.
- King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) Wikipedia
- The King's Own Regiment British Empire website
- Shortt, Captain James Symington: Court Martial transcript, 21 Jan 1847, Kamptee, India Your Archives
- The King's Own Royal Regiment (Lancaster) including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site.
- King's Own Royal Regiment Museum Lancaster. There are references to India through the website, including
- Regimental History - 19th Century with links to India 1840s, including Court Martial Records, and Indian Mutiny.
- Images from Empire: The King's Own in the Victorian and Edwardian Era Includes images from India and Burma
- Gallery: Photographs1920s and 1930s
- “The Regimental History of the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment” army.mod.uk, now an archived webpage.
- The constituent regiments are the 4th, 8th, 30th, 34th, 40th, 47th, 55th, 59th, 63rd, 81st, 82nd and 96th Regiments of Foot.
Historical books online
- Historical record of the Fourth, or the King’s Own Regiment of Foot: containing an account of the formation of the regiment in 1680, and of its subsequent services to 1839 Google Books 1839 Indian Service commences page 140 in 1837
- "Annual Report of the 1st Battalion 4th (the King’s Own Regiment), stationed at Ahmedabad in Gujarat, for 1860" by Surgeon J Gorringe M.D., page 105 Transactions of the Medical and Physical Society of Bombay, Volume VII, New Series 1861 Google Books