14th Foot -
Bhurtpore 1825 -26 :
Memorial at Meerut -
the memory of those gallant soldiers, Non-Commissioned Officers
and Privates of His Majesty's 14th Regiment of Foot, who fell
or who subsequently died of wounds received during the siege and
the storming of the fortified town and fortress of Bhartpur, under
the command of His Excellency the Right Hon'ble Stapleton Lord
Combermere, G.C.B., Commander-in-Chief of British India, in the
latter end of December 1825 and on the memorable 18th January
- J. Belcher - B. Lewis - T. Sagg - R. Chields - T. Fryer - J.
Grey serving as Quater Master Sergeant
J. Haugh - T. Smith - D. Craw - F. Gibbs - W. Weston, 11th Native
Infantry - L. Woods - W. Reynolds
W. Thomas - W. Handcock - J. Dyson - J. Abbots - T. Watsons -
P. Dalton - E. Jermyer - R. Wood.
J. Rowner - J.
Carthy - W. Endicote - J. Hammerton - J. Evans - T. Springham
- P. Symes - J. Hores.
B. Ryan - T. Turner - J. Waitt
- W. Irons - B. Jiffs - A. Bennett - J. Mauldn
H. Wells - J. Pulpit - G. Kerr - J. Dickens - J. King.
This tablet here
inscribed with the sanction of Major-General Sir Thomas Revnell,
(in whose Division and under whose immediate charge, His Majesty's
14th Regiment had the honour
to do their duty.) is placed as a mark of esteem and of faithful
remembrance by their surviving comrades."