Alternative spelling Sinde Horse, Sind Horse
For details on the regiments raised by John Jacob that held this name see:
The 35th and 36th regiments amalgamated as 14th Prince of Wales’s Own Scinde Horse, in 1950 becoming 14 Scinde Horse.
Entries in the Dictionary of Indian Biography 1906:
John Jacob (1812-1858)
- Brigadier General John Jacob CB of Jacobabad 1812 – 1858 www.myjacobfamily.com including
- Scinde Irregular Cavalry c.1839 Watercolor by Cecil Lawson c 1955 copy. Brown Digital Repository, Brown University Library.
- Watercolour by Charles James Lyall 1903. Brown Digital Repository, Brown University Library. 1849. Sinde Irregular Horse Jacob's Horse. Officer
- 35th Scinde Horse: British officer, c. 1903 Gouache drawing by Jack Challenor. Brown Digital Repository, Brown University Library
Historical books online
- Record book of the Scinde irregular horse Volume I 8th August 1839 to 1st October 1851 1853 archive.org
- Record book of the Scinde irregular horse Volume II 8th October 1851 to 13th June 1855 1856 Google Books
- Obituary of John Jacob, commander of the Scinde Horse, died 1858 Google Books
- “Irregular Troops”by Captain G. M. Macaulay, Commandant 1st Scinde Horse Journal of the Royal United Service Institution , Volume 5 1862 Google Books
- An account of the Scinde Horse c 1868 in The March to Magdala, page 177 by George Alfred Henty 1868 Google Books
- General John Jacob Commandant of the Sind Irregular Horse and Founder of Jacobabad by Alexander Innes Shand 1901 Archive.org
- Prince of Wales's Own, the Scinde Horse 1839-1922 by Colonel E. B. Maunsell 1926 is available in a reprint edition, which in turn is available online on the Ancestry owned pay website fold3 (located in World War II/Military Books/Britain).
- Prince Of Wales’s Own, The Scinde Horse by Colonel E. B. Maunsell 1926 Naval & Military Press reprint edition.