Tuesday, 5 April 2016

The Survivors

Despite the terrible death toll, Cawnpore was not without some survivors. The list is small but at least it exists.

Shepherd puts them in 2 categories, those who were in the entrenchment and escaped and those who never went to the entrenchment and managed to escape.

Survivors of the Entrenchment

Mowbray Thompson

Lieutenant Mowbray Thompson
Lieut. H. Delafosse
Private Murphy
Gunner Sullivan
Mr. W.J. Shepherd
William Jonah Shepherd


Amy Horne and her siblings.
The picture was probably taken in Cawnpore in 1857.
Her siblings were killed at Satichaura Ghat.

Miss Ameila Horne - she was taken away by a sowar from the Satichaura Ghat and after 10 months in captivity, managed her escape. Later in life she married William Bennett and settled in Calcutta. 

Miss Eliza Morrison, one of the Free School Girls, since joined her parents in Dinapore
Mr. T. Farnon, of E.I. Railway
Mrs. Murray
Mrs. Hannah Spiers, wife of Band Sergt., 5rd NI
Miss Eliza Spiers
Miss Isabella Spiers
Miss Matilda Spiers
Master Fred Spiers
Miss Amelia Spiers, aged 14, taken away from Satichaura Ghat and not found.

Bradshaw, Eliza,  Mrs. widow (56th NI)
Bradshaw, Mrs., and 1 child Emelia
Bradshaw, Mrs., and 1 child, Ellen

Letts, Elizabeth, widow (56th NI)
Letts, 2 children, Caroline and Rachel
Mary Ann, ayah to Mrs. Greenway, escaped on the 27th of June and remained hidden in the city.

Khoda Bux, Jemandar, 56th NI
Elshee Bux, Sepoy, 56th NI
Gobind Singh, Sepoy, 56th NI
Sahib Dad Khan, Native Doctor, 56th NI
Mitter Jeet, Sepoy, 56th NI
Mahomed Gous, Sepoy, 56th NI. He was sent out on the 23rd of June to gain information and remained hidden in the city until the 17th of July.

Residents of Cawnpore who did not go into the Entrenchment and Survived


Abel, G., Pensioner
Abel, Mrs., and 2 children
Buttress, Thomas, Pensioner
Buttress, Mrs.
Brown, Margaret, Mrs., and child
Forrester, William, Pensioner
Farnon, Ambrose, Mrs.
Greenway, Charles, Mrs., mother of Mr. Samuel Greenway, Merchant. Owing to her old age, she was not killed but "received much annoyance from the rebels."
Ireland, J., Pensioner
Ireland, Mrs.
Jones, Stephen, Mr.
Jones, Mrs.
Jacobi, Isabella (wife of William Jacobi)
Lowther, Mrs., and her sister Eliza
Maling, Margaret, Mrs.
Maling, Thomas, her son
Maling, Edward, her son
MacMullen, Mrs., and child
Miss Hay - "an aged person"
Reid, W., Pensioner. Escaped to Allahabad
Reid, Mrs., and three children, escaped to Allahabad
Waterfield, Mrs., and child
Williams, Edward, escaped to Lucknow
Native Christians:
James John
Joseph, his wife and children
Ebenezer Gunput, Emanuel and his famil.

One woman who has not made it to any of these lists, is Helena Angelo, the wife of Lt. Frederick Cortland Angelo of the 16th BNI. They had only recently arrived in Cawnpore, in May 1857. Initially, Helena, who was pregnant, and her two daughters went to the entrenchment but her husband was sufficiently skeptical of the whole arrangement, that he insisted his wife and children accompany a Mrs. Volk to Calcutta. On the 28th of May, Mrs, Angelo, her children and Mrs. Volk left Cawnpore. They were probably the last people to safely have left Cawnpore before the outbreak. An account of her travails are available at the Muir family website:



Frederick remained behind at Cawnpore and was killed at Satichaura Ghat. 

MEMORIAL TABLET, All Souls Church, Kanpur.
Sacred to the memory of LIEUT. FREDERICK CORTLAND ANGELO 16th Grenadiers. B.N.I. Superintendent of the 4th division Ganges Canal who fell in the Mutiny at Cawnpore on the 27th June 1857 in the 32nd year of his age "Jesus said I am the resurrection and the life. He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live." St John XI 25. This tablet is erected by his sorrowing widow.


Names of those who are said to have perished outside of the entrenchment


I have included this list from Shepherd's book although I have no way to say how accurate it is. It might be of interest to those who are searching for their ancestors and have been unable to find them in the other lists of the dead.

Auchin,Chinaman, Shoemaker      12th June

Carter, Joseph, Mr.                        10th June
Carter, Mrs. and infant                   17th June
Clooney, Drummer                          7th June

DeGama, I.X., Merchant                10th June
Duncan, John, Mr. Road Supdt.     10th June

Green, Pensioner                             8th June
Greenway, Rose Anne, Mrs.,        
Greenway, Edward, Merchant 
Greenway, Mrs. and a little girl
Greenway, Francis, son to above
Greeanway, Lean and Martha, daughters to above

Hollings, Captain                            9th June
Haman, Indigo Planter,                  13th June

Jacobi, Henry, Watchmaker           10th June
Jacobi, Mrs.
Jacobi, Henry, Lucy and Hugh, children of above
Jacobi, William, son to above (grown up)

Maling, G.W. Mr.                              8th June
Maling, John, Mr.                              8th June
Mackintosh, C. Merchant 
(aged 64 years)                                8th June
Mackintosh, D., Mrs.
(aged 57 years)                                 8th June
Mackintosh, Joshua son to above
(aged 25 years)                                8th June
Maloney, Pensioner                          7th June
Marshall, Mrs.                                  7th June
Murphy, Mr. (Railway)                      5th June

Waterfield, Mr.                                 10th June
Walker, A. Mrs
(aged 65 years)
Walker, Daniel, Master

The Walkers were taken about the 5th of July and placed in the ladies prison, and killed on the 15th of July.
Williams, Mrs., wife of Edward Williams, House proprietor, killed with her 3 children on the 10th of June

Shepherd mentions "several others whose names are not known" but cites their stories on pages 21 and 33 of his book.

Two Europeans (Conductor and Sergeant) with Magazine Boats.
Fulow, Joseph, Mr., left of Allahabad and was killed
Fulow, Sarah, Miss, left for Allahabad and escaped

For the story of Captain Hollings, please refer to The Exotic Life of Captain Hollings

http://conthroughhistory.blogspot.ch/2012/05/exotic-life-of-captain-hollings.html

For further information about the Greenway family, please refer to

http://www.otherhouseofwindsor.co.uk/greenway.html

Victims of Cawnpore, Musicians of Native Corps and their Families






Musicians of Native Corps and their Families

Bullard, John Drum-Major
Hatch, Benjamin, Fife-Major
Warcoat, J.C., Bugler
Offenback, F.E. Drummer
Offenback,  John, Drummer
Offenback, Eliza and 4 children

Drummers
Bullard, T.
Bullard, John
Money, R.D.
Philip, John
Mendes, Henry, escaped
Pareira, J.
Allen, W.
Allen, G.
Hook, B.
Moore, J.
William, A.
Todrick, W.A.
Todrick, Jane
Baptist,G.

Peters, Sam, Drum-Major and family
Toone, Joseph, Fife-Major

Drummers
Elliott, H.
Elliott, C.
Elliott, W.
Elliott, L.

Spiers, David, Band Sergt.
Spiers, H., Mrs. escaped
Spiers, Eliza, Miss, escaped
SPiers,  Amelia, escaped
Spiers, Isabella, escaped
Spiers, Matilda, escaped
Spiers, Fred, Master, escaped

Drummers
Spiers, J.
Toone, J.
Peters, S.
Arthelone,  P.
Sarges, C.


56th Regiment, NI


Alburke, J., Drum-Major
Mearse, A.G., Fife-Major
Alburke, J Drummer
Alburke, H., Drummer
Bradshaw, Eliza, widow, escaped
Bradshaw, Robert, Drummer
Bradshaw, Mrs., and 1 child, escaped
Bradshaw, John, Drummer
Bradshaw, Mrs., and 1 child, escaped

Drummers
Peters, John
DeCruz, J.
John, B.

Letts, Elizabeth, widow, escaped
Letts, John, Drummer
Letts, Eliza, Mrs, severe injuries received on 27th June and died 3 days after
Letts, Caroline and Rachel, children of above
Massey, F., Drummer
Murray, John, Pensioned Drum-Major
Murray, Mrs., escaped

Drummers
Murray, Benjamin
Pckhoo, John
Pybah, R.



Monday, 4 April 2016

Victims of Cawnpore, European Troops



European Troops composing the English portion of the Garrison and who were killed between the 6th and the 30th of June


1st Company 6th Batt. Bengal Art

Bestal, Sergt Major
Cawcutt, Qrt.Mast. Sergt
Murlow, Drill Sergt

Sergt.'s
Burlow
Darvin
Donoghue
Dogherty
Dunseeth
Edmundson
Farrel
Fallon
Owen

Corporals
Connolly
Glenny, John
Glenny, Joseph
Lynch
Ryan, Anthony
Ryan Patrick
Scott
Service
Smith

Bombardiers
Burke
Norris
North

Gunners
Beezley
Burke
Blake
Bleenan
Brazington
Caruthers
Clegy
Corkill
Cullen
Gough
Hutchinson
Jackson
Keane
Kelly
Kenny
Mackinlay
MacConnel
McGuire
Maloney
Mangain
Mitchell
Morrissy
Morton
O’Dwyer
Pearce
Porter
Reiley
Rogers
Sullivan, James escaped
Sullivan, Fin
Thompson
Ward
Whelan, Webster

Warrel,   Bugler

Detachment of HM 32nd Regt

Color Sergt Johnson, 4th Company acting Sergt-Major Grenadier Company
Coyle, Corporal

Privates
Adcock
 Aston
Carroll
Clarke
Corrigan
Lyons
Mulrae
1st Company
Brownley, Sergt

Privates
Hawkins
McGrarry
McGoverin
Murdough
Noble
Potter
Sharpe
Toms
2nd Company

Privates
Dowling
Keane
Magee
Overmars
Payme, Vincent
Payme, Patrick
White
3rd Company
Lonnergan Sergt

Privates
Bannister 
Gorn
Lees
Lovello
Widdowson

4th Company

Maber Sergt
Patterson Sergt

Corporals
Goldsmith
Moberly

Wood,  Drummer

Privates
Dobson
Farrel
Galway
Green
Hindes
Holland
Johnson
Revin
Prout
Shammy
Sommers
Sotkes
Telleson
Toole
Turrell
Wagstaff
Wooley

5th Company
Maywood, Sergt
Price, Corporal

Privates 
Butler
Cagley
Haggerty

6th Company
D’Oyley, Corporal
Privates
Brogan
Cassey
Connell
Harper
Kelly
Reynolds
Stoney
Wellington

7th Company
Slacey, Sergt

Privates
Barrister
Brown
Morgan
Stiffington
Turner

8th Company

Privates
Hopkins
Lelland
Lansdale
Murphy
Pestel
Tritton


Names of Women of Her Majesty’s 32nd Regiment, and number of Children

Francis Bromley, 2 children
Mary Butter,  1 child
Mary Burne, 1 child
Bridget Brown, 1 child
Mary Carroll, 1 child
Maria Cassey,  2 children
Ellen Cogley
Margaret Collins
Ellen Connell, 1 child
Mary Corrigan, 1 child
Sarrah Coyle, 1 child
Elizabeth Doyle, 1 child
Jane Furral
Bridget Gomin, 2 children
Susanna Holloway
Agnes Johnson, 1 child
Margaret Jool
Mary Keane, 2 children
Mary Kelly, 1 child
Catherine Lonsdale
Anne Lovell,  child
Martha Maggan, 2 children
Eliza Magood, 3 children
Rosa Mahser, 3 children
Margaret Mulrae, 1 child
Mary Noble, 1 child
Emma Payne,  2 children
Maria Payne, 1 child
Harriet Patterson
Louisa Pestel,
2 children
Sarah Pender, 1 child
Dianna Potter, 1 child
Susanna Pratchell
Elizabeth Pue, 1 child
Catherine Reddington, 2 children
Margaret Stacey, 3 children
Honor Stoney
Bridget Widdowsdon,1 child
Mary White, 2 children
17 other children and orphans whose fathers were at Lucknow



Detachment of Her Majesty’s 84th Regiment
Light Company
Privates
Colins
Purdee
Reddington

Sergeants
Mulvelut
Gready
Gilder

Corporals
O’Keefe
Henigan
Bentley

Privates
Brooke
Dowal
Glynn
Leaky
McKamer
Cole
Drum
Duggan
Butler
Condry
Dunn
Eaton
Fish
Fuller
Gaspon
Gould
Higgins
Hallas
Hunt
Jackson
Leonard
Lynch
Loveday
Athem
Mace
Mallinson
Martin
Mahon
McCulla
McIntyre
McNavi
Murphy, escaped
Neeves
Norris
Ryan
Scot
Taylor
Reilly, John
Reilly, Lawrence
Woodsworth

Detachment of 1st Madras European Fusiliers
McGrath, Sergeant
Bussey, Corporal

Privates
Nolleth
Over
O’Brien
O’Neill
Pike
Pike, 2nd
Price
Philips
Prescott
Ready
Sullivan
Stewart
Walker 

Victims of Cawnpore, Military




Military



Ashburner, Lieutenant
went out with a party and never returned                        5th June
Angelo, F.C., Capt., 16th NI.                                            27th June
Andrews, T., Quartermaster Sergeant,  1st N.I.               27th June
Andrews, Elizabeth, Mrs.
Andrews, E.A., Miss
Andrews, Amelia, Miss
Ashe, St. G., Lieut.                                                          27th June
Armstrong, H.H., Lieut., 53rd N.I.                                     27th June

Battine, C., Lieut. 14th N.I.                                              30th June
Battine, Mrs. 
Balfour, M., Lieut, 2nd Cavalry,                                       30th June
Bax, G., Lieut.,, 41st NI 
died of wounds in the entrenchment
Belson, H., Capt.53rd Ni                                                 27th June
Belson, Mrs. died of fever                                               19th June
Belson, Miss died in the entrenchment
Bell, Thomas, Sergt-Major 56th NI 
died of sun-stroke                                                            21st June
Bell, Margaret, Mrs.                                                                       
Bell, 2 sons died                                                              27th June
Bell, Miss, 6 years of age  
Bennet, Eliza, Miss 
(granddaughter to Bazar Sergt Ried)  
Berrill, W., Conductor, Commissariat                             27th June
Berrill, Mrs.,                                                                
Berrill, Isabella, Miss, 14 years of age
Boulton, A.T., Lieut. 7th Lt. Cav,                                     27th June
Bowling, J.P., Assistant Surgeon, 56th NI
Bowling, Mrs.
Boyes, W.R., Surgeon, 2nd Lt Cav.,                              30th June
Boyes, Mrs.                                                                  30th June
Bridges, O.S., Lieut. 53rd N.I.                                       27th June
Brooke, Sergt., D.P.W
Brooke, Mrs.
Burney, F.W.,Lieut. Artillery                                         27th June

Carmody, Sergt.                                                          27th June
Carmody, Mrs., (Milliner)                                             27th June
Chalmers W.A., Lieut., 56th NI 
killed in the entrenchment
Chalwin, E.G., Vity, Surgeon 2nd Lt. Cav. 
Killed in the entrenchments
Chalwin, Mrs.             
Collyer, N., Surgeon, 53rd NI 
died of wounds in the entrenchment
Currie, E.H., Captain H.M. 84th Regt., 
died of wounds

Daniell M.G., Lieut. 2nd Lt. Cav.                                 30th June
Dawson, A., Ensign 53rd NI                                       27th June
Delafosse, Lieut, 53rd NI escaped
Dempster C.,Lieut Artillery 
shot in the entrenchment
Dempster, Jean, Mrs., 
(Born 19th Jan. 1832) and 4 children (sons)
-extra information from “Fasti ecclesiae scoticanae” by Hew Scott, p.147-


Eckford, J.A.H., Lieut.  Artillery 
killed by a round shot in the entrenchment
Eckford, Mrs.
Elms, E.J., Capt. 1st NI
Emmer, W., Apothecary, HM 32nd Regt
Emmer, Mrs.
Ewart, John, Col. 1st NI                                              27th June
Ewart, Mrs., and 2 children                                         27th June

Fagan, H., Lieut. 12th NI
Fagan, H., Lieut. 56th NI

Gladwin, H., Sergt Master 2nd Cav
Glanville, C.R., Lieut. 56th NI    27th June
Goad, C.R., Lieut., 56th NI       27th June
Gordon, W., Qrt. Master Sergt., 53rd NI                     27th June
Gordon, Mrs.                                                              27th June
Gordon, C.A., Master
Gordon, S.W., Master

Harrison, J.H.,  Lieut 2nd lt Cav                                 28th June
Halliday, W.L.,  Capt. 56th NI 
shot in the entrenchment
Halliday, Mrs., and child 
died of smallpox
Hefferen, Asst. Apoth. Artillery
Heron, Sergt. Major 1st NI
Heron, Mrs., and 2 children
Henderson, J.W.,  Ensign 56th NI                             27th June
Hillersdon, W.E.,  Major, 53rd NI wounded                27th June
Hillings, Sergt. Major 1st NI
Hillings, Lydia, Mrs., and son
Hill, E.C., Ensign, HM 32nd Regt.
Hill, Mary, Mrs.,                                                       16th June

Jack, Alex, CB, Brigadier died of fever
Jellicoe, T.G., Capt., 53rd NI                                    27th June
Jellicoe, Mrs., and 2 children, 
died of fever in the entrenchment
Jenkins, R.U., Capt., 2nd Cav. 
died of wounds in the entrenchment
Jervis, S.C., Lieut. 
shot in the entrenchment

Kempland, G., Capt. 56th NI                                 27th June
Kempland, Mrs., and 3 children

Larkins, G., Major, Artillery
Larkins, Mrs., and 2 children
Lake, Qrt.Master Sergt. 56th NI 
died in entrenchments
Lake, Mrs.
Lindsay, W., Major (A.A. Genl.) 
died in the entrenchment                                       18th June
Lindsay, L., Mrs. 
died in the entrenchment                                       17th June
Lindsay, Caroline, Miss
Lindsay, Frances, Miss,           
Lindsay, Alice, Miss died in captivity                       9th July
Lindsay, G., Ensign, 1st NI                                   27th June
Lindsay, G., Mrs, died in captivity                        12th July

MacAuley, P.,  Asst. Surg. Artillery                      30th June
MacCullen, Sergt  (DPW)                                    27th June
Maclanders, Sergt., (DPW)                                 27th June
Maclanders, Mrs., and infant                              27th June
MacMahon, T., Sergt. Major 53rd NI
MacMahon, Ann, Mrs., and 4 children
Master, G.A., Lieut, 53rd NI 
taken prisoner, and died                                     29th June
Manderson, N.J., Lieut 2nd Cav. 
died in the entrenchment
Martin, J.W., Lieut. Art.
Moore, J., Capt. HM 32nd Regt.                           27th June
Moore, Mrs. 
Moore- Children 
Morris, W.L.G., Lieut., 56th NI                            30th June

Newenham, A.W.R., Surgeon, 1st NI
Newenham, Mrs., 
died of fever in the entrenchment
Newenham, Arthur
Newenham, Charlotte
Newenham, W., Master                                                                                                        

Parker, Sergeant, Road Overseer
Peters, Mrs. 53rd NI
Peters, Miss, 53rd NI
Peters, James and Mary 53rd NI
Prole, W.G., 53rd NI 
died of wounds in the entrenchment
Prout, W.R., Major, 56th NI 
died of sunstroke in the entrenchment
Prout,Mrs.                                                                                                                                    

Quin, R.O., Lieut., 2nd Cav. (wounded)                 30th June

Redman, F., Lieut. 1st NI 
killed by a round shot in the entrenchment
Reid, William, Bazar Sergeant                               27th June
Reid, Mrs., died in the entrenchment                    10th June
Reynolds, J.H., Capt. 53rd NI 
killed by a round shot in the entrenchment
Reynolds, Mrs., and child 
died of wounds and fever in the entrenchment
Ryan, Cattle Sergeant, 
left the entrenchment on 10th June                        12th June
Ryan, Mrs and 3 daughters 
left the entrenchment on the 10th                         12th June

Satchwell, R.M., Lieut., 1st NI                              28th June
Saunders, T.J.G., Lieut., HM 84th                         30th June
Saunders, Mrs., and son
Seppings, Edward James, Capt., 2nd Cav.
(Born 29th May 1826),                                         30th June
Seppings, Jessie, Mrs.
(Born 20 Feb 1826,) and 2 children Edward Matthew aged 3 and John James, aged 5)
Smith, H.S., Capt., 1st NI 
died of wounds in the entrenchment
Supple, J.C., Ensign, 1st NI 
killed by round shot in the entrenchment
Swan, Sergt. Ganges Canal

Thomson, M., Lieut. 56th NI escaped
Turner, A., Capt. 1st NI                                       29th June
Turner, Mrs., and child died of fever
Turnbull, A.M., Capt 13th NI
Tress Francis, Qtr. M. Sergt.  2nd Cav.
Tress, Elizabeth, Mrs.

Vibart, Edward Major, 2nd Cav.                          27th June
Vibart, Mrs., and children
Vincent, T.M., Lieut., HM 8th Foot

Warde, H.J.G., Lieut., 56th NI                            27th June
Wainwright, T., Lieut ., HM 32nd NI
Wainwright, Mrs. died of fever
 Wainwright, Miss
Walsh, D., Riding Master, 2nd Cav.
Walsh, Mrs., and children
Warren, Sergt. Pensioner
Wheeler, Major-Gen, Sir Hugh, KCB                27th June
Wheeler, Lady                                                  27th June
Wheeler, Margaret, Miss fate unknown
Wheeler, Miss
Wheeler, G.R., Lieut., 1st NI
Whitings, F., Capt.                                           28th June
Wheelan, Sergt.  (DPW)
Wheelan, Mrs., and 2 children, Tom and Susan 
Wiggins E., Lieut. Col 53rd NI AAG                27th June
Wiggins, Mrs., and 2 children                         12th June
Williams, S., Col. 56th NI AG                          27th June
Williams M., Mrs.                                            27th June
Williams, Georgiana, Miss                              27th June
Williams, Mary, Miss 
died in the entrenchment
Williams,Fanny, Miss
Williams Henry Master
Williamson, W. Capt.                                     27th June
Williamson, Mrs., and child
Wren, F.S.M., Lieut. 2nd Cav.



Victims of Cawnpore, Railway




Railway 


J.G. Anderson                                                                           27th June
Anderson, Mrs.
Baines, (Bayne) J.C.                                                                 30th June
Baines, Mrs.,                                                                                                                   
Baines, Master                                                                                                                           
Berrill, T.A., Mr.
Berrill, H., Mr.
Collins, I.R., Inspector, Post Offices
Cooper, H.R. Mr.                                                                       30th June
Cooper Mrs.                                                                                                                    
Cooper family
Cummins, Mr. wounded in the entrenchment
Forsyth, W.
Garrett, Mr. Engineer
Galway, Mr. Telegraph
Goodwin, Mr.  Telegraph Office
Green, Mr.  E.I. Railway                                                           27th June
Green, Mrs.
Green, Edward, Master
Green Susan , Miss
Grey, Sub-Engineer PW Dept. Died in the entrenchment
Grey, Mrs.
Gum, Mr, E.I.Railway
Hanna, Mr. Robert Engineer E.I. Railway                                27th June
Alfred Charles Heberden                                                        27th June
Johnston, A.R. Mr.  E.I. Railway
Kelly, Sergt  DPW
Kelly, Mrs
La Touche, William Digges., Mr. E.I. Railway                         30th June
Lawrence, John, Mr.  E.I. Railway
Lawrence, Mrs., and 3 children
Manville, Conductor
Manville, Mrs., and 4 children
Miller, A., Mr.  Railway
Peake, C. M.  Telegraph Office
Ramsay, Mr. Telegraph Dept.
Reilly, Condr. Depy Com of Ordnance                                27th June
Reilly, Mrs., and children
Reilly, Mr. Road Overseer
Rickets, Mr.  Railway Dept.
Roach, Mr. Postmaster                                                        27th June
Robinson, Mr.  Railway Dept.
Roberts, Mrs.
Sinclair, Mr. Railway Dept.                                                  27th June
Sinclair, Miss                                                                                                   
Smith Mr.  Railway Dept.
Stacey, W.H. Deputy Collector
Virgin, J., Mr. Railway Dept  sunstroke
Virgin, Mrs.
Viscarde, Mr.  Railway Dept.
Warden, George, Railway Dep.
Walsh, Mr Railway Dept.
Walsh, Mrs.,  and children


E.I. Railway Memorial  

• A. M. M. Miller, Resident Engineer, killed at Cawnpore, June 27th
• A. C. Heberden, Resident Engineer, killed at Cawnpore, June 27th
• W. Digges La Touche, Assistant Engineer, killed at Cawnpore, June 27th
• Robert Hanna, Assistant Engineer, killed at Cawnpore, June 27th
• J. C. Bayne, Assistant Engineer, killed at Cawnpore, June 27th

  
Alfred Charles Heberden (c1828-1957), Resident Engineer on the East Indian Railway
1857 June 27th. Killed at Cawnpore. Second son of the Revd. W. Heberden, of Great Bookham, in his 30th year. 'Mr. Heberden, once a civil engineer under Mr. Brunel, is among those who have so cruelly fallen with Sir Hugh Wheeler at Cawnpore.'


William Digges La Touche
Assistant Engineer on the East Indian Railway
Second son on the Revd. T. Dogges La Touche
1857 June 27th Killed at Cawnpore

Robert Hanna
Assistant Engineer on the East Indian Railway
Fourth son of the late William Hanna, Barrister.
1857 June 27th. Killed at Cawnpore