|Altitude:||166 m (545 ft)|
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Oudh and Rohilkhand Railway
Rohilkund and Kumaon Railway
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places of interest during the British period
Bareilly, situated on the Ramganga river 812 miles northwest of Calcutta by rail, was the headquarters of Bareilly District in the Bareilly Division of United Provinces during the British period. There was a cantonment.
Modern name: Bareilly
Battle of Bareilly 1858
Transcriptions of gravestones in Bareilly Cemetery FIBIS Database
- Bareilly City Imperial Gazetteer of India, Volume 7, page 12
- Photograph: Church of North India at Bareilly, 2006, built 1856 flickr.com. Elsewhere labelled St Stephen's Church, Bareilly Cantonment. Another photograph Panoramio.com, now archived.
- 1979 Audio recording by Mrs Agnes Moffatt, wife of an officer 1st Kumaon Rifles with Typescript Part 1 and Typescript Part 2 s-asian.cam.ac.uk. She first joined her husband in Constantinople in 1921 and c 1922 was posted to Bareilly
- "List of Churches in the Diocese of Calcutta" page 443 The Bengal and Agra Annual Guide and Gazetteer for 1842 Volume I Google Books
- Page 254 Handbook of the Bengal Presidency. With an account of Calcutta City by Edward E Eastwick, published by John Murray 1882 Archive.org