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Memorial to Officers, N.C.O.s & Soldiers of the 2nd Military Train who died during the Great Mutiny

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To the memory of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, Military Train who, during the Rebellion in India in the years 1857, 1858, 1859, while serving as Light Cavalry, died of their wounds or of sickness consequent thereon: Captain Henry Nason. Lieutenant William H. Dawson. Staff Sergeants T. Butler, C. Curtis, T. Meehan, E. Reid, F. West, W. Cunningham, J.T. Wilkins, G. Taylor, H. Powell, W.F. Allen. Sergeants W. McQuestion, J. Pennyfield, S. McRay, T. Porley, J. OíKeefe. Corporals W. Budd, R, Church, J. Collins, G. McElroy, W. Stoll. Privates W. Allman, T. Badger, D. Calder, J. Carr, J.S. Chettle, A, Consani, J. Dunn, T. Daniels, J. Fear, J. Foulds, M. Fox, J. Gobby, J. Gray, S. Hole, J.M. Hall, J. Hall, R. Hamstead, R. Hay, D. Hogan, T. Jones, J. Keeley, H. Land, T. Madden, J. Morgan, J. Parr, R. Penman, A. Reilly, T. Rogers, H. Samways, G. Sharman, J. Silcox, W. Springett. This tablet is erected by their comrades of all ranks serving in the Military Train.

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