SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY
Memorial in St. John's Church, Peshawar:
Prince Albert's Somerset Light Infantry. To the memory of the
following officers, NCOs and men
who died during the campaign against Afghanistan 1919.
Killed in Action
Corporal G. Facey - Private A. George
Private T. Hale - Private J. Hoare
Died of Disease
Captain R.J. Butler. King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Bugler G.F. Page. Oxford and Bucks Light Infantry
Private L. Walsh. Highland Light Infantry."
Memorial in Mandalay
Cantonment Cemetery, Burma:
of the Officers, NC Officers, Buglers and Private Soldiers of
2nd Battalion The Prince Albert's Somersetshire Light Infantry
who laid down their lives for Queen and Country during
the third Burmese war, 1885-86-87.
Major F.B. Bradshaw, died of fever at Ninctan, 30th July
Major R. Cooper, died of fever at Yemethin, 27th Decr.
Capt. A.C. Wilbrahim, died of wounds at Yewoon, 21st
Lieut. H.T. Shubrick, killed in action at Dumgee, 26th
Lieut. G.F. Eckersley, killed in action at Kyeetswaysmyo,
13th Novr. 1886
Clr. Sergt. C. Jennings, died of dysentry at Yemethin,
11th May 1886
Clr. Sergt. J. Edwards, died of hepatitis at Mandalay,
25th Augt. 1886
6 sergeants. 12 corporals. 2 buglers. 113 private soldiers.
Erected by their sorrowing comrades in affectionate remembrance.