British India Album Madras Fusiliers

British India Album Madras Fusiliers

Code: 10513

£425.00 Approx $552.67, €494.76
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A fascinating Victorian photograph album believed to have been compiled by the Harcourt family, who have associations with India during the 1860's tot he 1880's.

Most of the photographs are captioned on the pages in a period hand.

Containing photographs of a large number of officers from the Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot).

Including images of the following officers:

Colonel George John Harcourt Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Colonel A Harcourt(Bengal Army)
Lt Col Rivett Carnac, 
Sir Edmund Barrow (General Sir Edmund George Barrow GCB KCMG (1852–1934)
Surgeon J Harcourt 44th Regiment
John Binny Key
Mr G D Pollock FRCS
Hugh Gough
Field Marshall Sir George Pollock 1st Baronet GCB GCSI
Major R. Robertson, 
Colonel J McCaskill, 
Captain John Blair, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Captain William Thomson, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Captain Frederick Grey Faber, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Captain William Francis Vetch, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Colonel J Fraser, 1st Madras Fusiliers
Captain Patterson, 21st Fusiliers
Lieutenant-General Sir James Outram, 1st Baronet, GCB, KCSI (29 January 1803 – 11 March 1863) 
General Robert Napier Raikes (13 October 1813 – 23 March 1909)
Dr Robert Harcourt
Dr Thomas Key
Captain John Edward Varty Rogers, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Major J F Hornsley, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Medical Officer Dr Charles Tyrell, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Colonel Walter Douglas, Madras Army
Captain Reid, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Captain Torkington, 41st Regiment
Captain James Seton, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)
Captain Charles Stuart Craig, Royal Madras Fusiliers (102nd Regiment of Foot)

The album also contains images of the wives and children of the above mentioned, as well as other figures from the time.

A must have for anybody interested in the 102nd Regiment, or British India in general.