Surma Valley Light Horse
The headquarters was at Silchar
The regiment consisted mainly of tea planters from the area.
- Uniform - Khaki
- Motto - "Non Sibi Sed Patriae"
British Library holdings
- Nineteenth annual report of the Surma Valley Light Horse, 1901-1902.
- Through Fifty Years. A History of the Surma Valley Light Horse by William Henry Sydney Wood 1930
- Experiences in Chittagong Riots - April 1930: Catalogue reference for account by Alexander Burnett, tea planter and trooper in the Surma Valley Light Horse, of the rioting in Chittagong and the Armoury Raid, 1930. Mss Eur C806
Manipur Expedition 1891
Medals were awarded for this expedition. A list of medals awarded may be found in Through Fifty Years. A History of the Surma Valley Light Horse by William Henry Sydney Wood 1930 
- Assam Valley Light Horse from Koi-hai.com has items on the Surma Valley Light Horse including the death of former Commandant, Lieutenant Colonel Eden Currie Showers, in South Africa in 1900 where he was 2nd in command of Lumsden's Horse
- Photographs of the Surma Valley Light Horse from Hussards-photos.com (scroll down)
- Photograph, late 1930’s from Shangrilajournals.com
- Dr T d’O Partridge, Civil Surgeon of Cachar was Commandant of the Lakimpur Rifles 1882-84 and served for ten years in the Surma Valley Light Horse, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. His war services included the Chin Lushai Expedition 1889-90. Obituary BMJ June 5,1897
- Medals to the Indian Volunteers (Scroll down) Qcmilitaria.com
- This button was identified as Surma Valley Light Horse in item 30 from the British Button Society
- Photograph of a memorial inscription (flickr.com) mentions Charles Thorp Jessop, Commandant of the Surma Valley Light Horse, died 2 July 1915 aged 56
- Victorian Wars Forum
- Long Service Medals of Second Lieutenant J. E. Aird, Surma Valley Light Horse, a Tea Planter & Manager of the Deundi Estate, Sylhet,1, 2, 3 from neatemedals.co.uk .
Historical books online
- Bengal and Assam, Behar and Orissa: their history, people, commerce and industrial resources, page 433 by Somerset Playne , J W Bond 1917 Archive.org
- webbllangarron 1890-91 Manipur (NE Frontier of British India) Victorian Wars Forum 08 August 2012. Retrieved 10 February 2015.