Friday, 15 November 2013

Those Present During the Siege Q-R


Queiros, Mr. Alfred.
Queiros, Edward (Jnr.) Uncovenanted Service.
Queiros, Mr. F., wife and 2 child.  Uncovenated Service.


Radcliffe, Capt.Charles Wilbraham, wife and 3 children (1 child, Ada, died of cholera). 7th Regt. Light Cavalry, commanding volunteer brigade. Killed/Died of wounds. October 1st (Case).
Raleigh, Cornet W. F.K. 7th Regt. Light Cavalry. Killed at Moodkipore, on 30th May.
Ramsey, Mr., and wife. In charge of Electric Telegraph Office. Uncovenanted Service. Mr. Ramsey is listed as killed.
Rees, Mr. L.E. of Calcutta. Innes Outpost.
Reid, George. Martinire pupil. Died of sickness during the siege.
Reilly, Mrs., and 1 child.
Rennick, Mrs.
Roberts, Mrs.
Roberts, H.J., Bandmaster. 48th Regt. N.I. Killed/died of wounds.
Roberts, George. Martiniere pupil. Senior boy. Attended Henry Lawrence on his deathbed.
Robinson, Miss.
Rodgers, Miss.
Routleff, W.J., and wife. Artillery.
Ruggles, Lieut., and wife. 41st Regt. N.I.
Rutledge, Mr., and wife. Uncovenanted Service
Ryder, Mr. Overseer. Public Works Department. Listed in Gubbins as killed/died of wounds.
Ryder, Mrs. (Sergt.). Widow of a sergeant, she was employed by Rev. Harris as nurse to Mrs. Dashwood and her baby.

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