William Bentley -
Memorial at York Cemetery, North Yorkshire - "In loving memory of Elizabeth the beloved wife of William Bentley who died June 24th 1858 aged 33 years. Also of William Bentley late T.Sergt. Major 11th Hussars and one of the Six Hundred at Balaklava 1854 who died March 1st 1891, aged 74."
Luke Oakley, DCM -
Memorial at Wirksworth Church and Cemetery, Derbyshire - "In loving remembrance of Luke Oakley who was born at Yapton near Arundel Sussex and died at Wirksworth February 18th 1870 aged 65 years. He enlisted 20th Jany 1832 in the11th Hussars in which he served more than 24 years. He was 4 years in India also throughout the Crimean War, was present at the following engagements viz. Alma, Inkerman, Balaclava and Sebastopol. For his gallant service he received the following decorations, Crimean Medal with 4 clasps also a Turkish Medal, Medal of distinguished conduct in the field, and the one for long service and good conduct. He also received five good conduct badges. On the 20th of October 1854 at the Battle of Balaclava he was appointed Orderly to Dr. St Croix Cross. By his comrades he was called the model of the Regiment. He also served 14 years in the Civil Service and was in receipt of pensions from both services. To sum up in a few words he was a genial, kindly, modest Englishman and a brave soldier also of Ann his wife who died December 14th 1906 aged 88 years."