75th Regiment of Foot
Known as The 75th Stirlingshire Regiment
- 1787 raised as 75th (Highland) Regiment of Foot by EIC for service in India
- 1809 lost Highland status & dress and became 75th Regiment of Foot
- 1862 became 75th (Stirlingshire) Regiment of Foot
- 1881 amalgamated with the 92nd (Gordon Highlanders) Regiment of Foot to become the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders
- 1994 amalgamated with The Queens' Own Highlanders (Seaforth and Camerons) to form The Highlanders (Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons)
- 2004 amalgamated with the other Scottish infantry regiments into the single Royal Regiment of Scotland
British India Service
- 4th Mysore War 1798-99
- 5th Mysore War
- 2nd Mahratta War 1803-05
- Seringapatam 1799
- Delhi 1857
- Relief of Lucknow 1857
- Tirah 1897
First World War
The 1st Garrison Battalion Gordon Highlanders . Garrison battalions were made up of soldiers unfit for front line duty.
The 1st Garrison battalion was formed in 1916 in the UK for service in India and did not exist before that time. It was known as 12th Battalion for a short time. It moved to Blairgowrie before going in January 1917 to India. The battalion served in India until 1920, when it was brought back to England and disbanded.
There were many deaths due to heatstroke in the summer of 1918, when the Battalion was based at Rawalpindi. 
Some of the soldiers who served in the Garrison Battalions in India served on the North West Frontier in Afghanistan in 1919, almost certainly along the lines of communication. Private Alexander Miller was one of those who served with the 1st Garrison Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders in the Third Afghan War.
- The Tiger and Sphinx, or Gordon Highlanders’ Chronicle. The British Library has issues 5 (1898) and 6 (1899)
- The Tiger and Sphinx. New Series. The British Library has issues from 1924 to 1994
- 75th (Stirlingshire) Regiment of Foot www.regiments.org
- The Gordon Highlanders Wikipedia
- The Highlanders (Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons) cabarfeidh.com
- Royal Regiment of Scotland Wikipedia
- 75th (Stirlingshire) Regiment of Foot including deployments Regiments.org, an archived site
- The Gordon Highlanders including deployments: 1st Battalion, 2nd Battalion Regiments.org, an archived site
- Medal Roll 1st Battalion , Gordon Highlanders: Relief of Chitral 1895 northeastmedals.co.uk
- Photographs of scale models: Private, Gordon Highlanders. North West Frontier, 1895 onesixthwarriors.com
- Military Art: Dargai During the Battle of Dargai Heights, on 20 October 1897, the regiment lost three Officers and thirty men and Piper Findlater received the Victoria Cross. This action was one of the North West Frontier Campaigns
- The story of Piper Findlater, V.C., the Hero of Dargai. Chapter 1 with links to other chapters.craigcross.co.uk
- Hero of Dargai George Findlater VC pipesofwar.com
- Tirah: Photographic Journalism (Part 1). The first part of a photograph album published by Black and White Publishing in 1899. “...includes photography of war fighting, camps, mountain terrain, war dead, the Gordon Highlanders in action, wounded soldiers and gun batteries” King’s College London Collections. This book is also available at the National Army Museum, London titled Black and white war albums : No. 3 : the Tirah campaign, catalogue No: 22336. Photographs by Rene Bull.
- Gordon Highlanders Museum Covers the 75th and 92nd Regiments of Foot
- Gordon Highlanders britishempire.co.uk
Historical Books Online
- History of the Scottish Highlands : Highland clans and Highland regiments Volume 2 " Seventy-Fifth regiment or 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders" by John S Keltie (c.1886) Archive.org. Indian service commenced in 1788.
- The Life of a Regiment: The History of the Gordon Highlanders: Volume 2 from 1816-1898 including an Account of the 75th Regiment from 1787 to 1881 by Charles Greenhill Gardyne 1903 Archive.org
- "Seventy-Fifth Regiment", page 54 The History of Scotland, its Highlands, Regiments and Clans, Volume VIII by James Browne 1909 Archive.org
- Lists of the officers of His Majesty's and the Hon. Company's troops serving under the Presidency of Bombay from Adjutant General's Office January 1st 1798 Muster roll in Malabar Google Books
- The Gordon Highlanders The Long, Long Trail
- GordonMac CSM David Moody 12673, Gordon Highlanders Rawalpindi War Cemetery Great War Forum 03 July 2010. Retrieved 9 June 2015.
- Frogsmile Sgt William Connelly, 1st Batt Gordon Highlders, NW Frontier Victorian Wars Forum 26 March 2013. Retrieved 9 June 2015.
- Private Alexander Miller dnw.co.uk