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A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King" s Royal Rifle Corps

formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot

by Nesbit Willoughby Wallace

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Published by Harrison in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Great Britain. Army. King"s Royal Rifle Corps -- History.,
  • Grande-Bretagne. Army. King"s Royal Rifle Corps -- Histoire.,
  • Great Britain -- History, Military.,
  • Grande-Bretagne -- Histoire militaire.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Nesbit Willoughby Wallace
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 25496, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 25496
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4 microfiches (191 fr.)
    Number of Pages191
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24135084M
    ISBN 100665254962


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A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot by Nesbit Willoughby Wallace (Author)Author: Nesbit Willoughby Wallace. Internet Archive BookReader A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot.

Other editions - View all. A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, Or the King's A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, Or the King's A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, Or the King's. A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Pages: A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, Or the King's Royal Rifle Corps: Formerly the 62nd, Or the Royal American Regiment of Foot: Author: Nesbit Willoughby Wallace: Publisher: Harrison, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot Pages: Inrifles were introduced into the English Army, and were first issued to a battalion of "The 60th Eoyal American Eegiment of Foot.".

Eojal Warrant, St. James's. THE KING'S ROYAL KIFLE COKI'P. Inthe Duke of York was appointed Colonel-in- Chief of the Regiment.

First Battalion was sent with the force under Colonel the Hon. Dundas, C.B., to Scinde. October 7. First Battalion, GOth, or The King's Eoyal Eifle Corps, was employed with the Bombay Column in the Punjaiib THE king’s ROYAL RIFLE CORPS; 17 Campaign, under Colonel the Hon.

Henry Dundas, C.B., GOtli Eifles. A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Great Britain.

-- Army. A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot by WALLACE Nesbit Willoughby Book condition: Very Good Book Description. London: Harrison, viii and pages. 2 photogravures, 9 colour chromolithographs by Harrison and Sons.

A Regimental Chronicle & List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot. Regimental Chronicle & List of Officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot.

A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps [microform]: formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot / by Nesbit Willoughby Wallace Book Bib ID. Read the digitized book:A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King' s Royal Rifle Corps [microform]: formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot - Wallace, Nesbit Willoughby, A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly the 62nd, or the Royal American Regiment of Foot / by Nesbit.

In total, the regiment consisted of officers, non-commissioned officers and 4, enlisted men. The battalions were raised on Governors Island, New York. The regiment was renumbered the 60th (Royal American) Regiment in February when the 50th (Shirley's) and 51st Branch: British Army.

The King’s Royal Rifle Corps Chronicle was first published by the regiment in and this release by Findmypast covers the years to with gaps, at present, for and When you search the King’s Royal Rifle Corps Chronicle you can discover the following about your ancestor.

Name. Rank. Awards or medals. Details of military career. In some cases, the chronicle may hold. Init was re-numbered 60th (Royal American) Regiment when the 50th and 51st Regiments were disbanded.

Inits title was 60th The Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps and Light Infantry; hence the bugle in the centre of the cross.

In Novemberthe name changed to. The King's Royal Rifle Corps Chronicle. Great Britain Army King's Royal Rifle. copy internally and well illustrated thorughout with many black and white photographs and King's Royal Rifle Corps was a British Army infantry regiment, originally raised in colonial North America as the Royal Americans, and recruited.

King's Royal Rifle Corps during WW2 WW2 Battalions of The King's Royal Rifle Corps 1st Battalion: 03 September The Battalion was part of Pivot Group, near Wadi el Nagamish, Egypt. They fought almost to the last at Sidi Rezegh, with only 55 men of all ranks escaping the battle where the regiment’s 23rd VC was won.

The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot, better known under its later name, The King's Royal Rifle Corps, has long been associated with Canada After Braddock's defeat by the French and Indians inauthority was granted to raise a regiment of four battalions to be recruited in Germany and from German colonists in North America.

The. Wallace, Nesbit Willoughby. A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of the 60th or the Kings Royal Rifle Corps. London: Harrison, Westlake, Ray. English & Welsh Infantry Regiments - An Illustrated Record of Service Staplehurst: Spellmount, The 60th The King's Royal Rifle Corps.

A Period of Peace. In the Regiment was granted by King George IV the name of "The 60th, Duke of York's Own Rifle Corps" in honour of their Colonel-in-Chief. His Royal Highness's sword and belts were presented to the officers of the Battalion by H.M. King George IV, and are now in the Regimental Museum.

King's Royal Rifle Corps - Other Ranks PoWs There are men on this list of King's Royal Rifle Corps other ranks who were captured by the Germans on or before Christmas Day I have transcribed this data from the following Imperial War Museum collection.

The Battle Honours of The King's Royal Rifle Corps, 72 pp. Winchester: Warren and Son Ltd., Nesbit Willoughby Wallace, Capt. A Regimental Chronicle and List of Officers of The 60th, or The King's Royal Rifle Corps, formerly The 62nd, or The Royal American Regiment of Foot.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps Chronicle. List of Past Officers. Other editions - View fire five force Four Battalions George Gibraltar given Halifax head Hill Homes Hope Infantry issued Jamaica John joined July June Kilkenny King's Royal Rifle land leave Lieut Lieutenant Major Malta March medal Montreal moved Name November nullah.

Contents Include: His late Majesty King George V - Notice to Correspondence - The Fifth Volume of the Annals - The King's Royal Rifle Corps Calendar - Battle Honours - The Quetta Earthquake - Shooting in the Arakan Yomas in Burma - The Peak K 36 Expedition, - Port Blair, - Short Leave in Japan - An Unusual Memorial - British Field Sports Society's Fly-Casting.

Includes commissioned officers of the King's Royal Rifle Corps regiment of the British Army, which was raised in as the 62nd, Royal American Regiment, renumbered two years later as 60th, Royal American Regiment and renamed as the King's Royal Rifle Corps in The regiment became part of the Green Jackets Brigade in and was renamed 2nd Green Jackets, The King's Royal Rifle Corps.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps was an infantry rifle regiment of the British Army that was originally raised in British North America as the Royal American Regiment.

Published by Published by The Royal Green Jackets, The Broadway, Winchester, Hampshire 23 October. A regimental chronicle and list of officers of the 60th, or the King's, royal rifle corps by Nesbit Willoughby Wallace; Notices généalogiques sur les familles-genevoises by Jacques Augustin Galiffe, Eugène Ritter, Louis Dufour-Vernes,p.

"The American Revolution in the Southern Colonies" by David Lee RussellBorn: 22 AugustGeneva, Republic of Geneva. The King's Royal Rifle Corps was a British Army infantry regiment, originally raised in colonial North America as the Royal Americans, and recruited from American ranked as the 60th Regiment of Foot, the regiment served for more than years throughout the British the regiment became part of the Royal Green Jackets.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps - the 60th Rifles - A Brief History: to Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust, Winchester. ISBN Wallace, Captain Nesbit Willoughby ().

A Regimental chronicle and list of officers: The 60th, or The King's Royal Rifle Corps formerly the 62nd, or The Royal American Regiment of Foot. Harrison. The King's Royal Rifle Corps was a British Army infantry regiment, originally raised in North America as the Royal Americans, and recruited from North American colonists.

Later ranked as the 60th Regiment of Foot, the regiment served for more than years throughout the British the regiment amalgamated and became the 2nd Battalion The Royal Green Jackets.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps - the 60th Rifles - A Brief History: to Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust, Winchester. ISBN Wallace, Captain Nesbit Willoughby (). A Regimental chronicle and list of officers: The 60th, or The King's Royal Rifle Corps formerly the 62nd, or The Royal American Regiment of Foot.

Harrison. There are o King's Royal Rifle Corps service and pension records (for this regiment - and its antecedents) in various War Office series held at the National Archives. Clicking on the link will take you to the results on Findmypast but you will need a subscription or Pay-Per-View credits to actually view the records.

Some of these records can also be viewed on-line on Ancestry. King's Royal Rifle Corps Tie, King's Royal Rifle Corps Cufflinks, King's Royal Rifle Corps Bow Tie, KRRC regimental Tie, KRRC regimental cufflinks, King's Royal Rifle Corps Silk Tie, KRRC regimental Bow Tie at The King's Royal Rifle Corps Shop.

He was commissioned a lieutenant in the Royal American Regiment of Foot also known as the 62nd (Royal American) Regiment and the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, on Feb. 23, The creation of the regiment by Parliament was unique in that it allowed for "a certain number of foreign Protestants, who have served abroad as officers or engineers, to act Allegiance: Kingdom of Prussia United Kingdom United.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps - the 60th Rifles - A Brief History: to Royal Green Jackets Museum Trust, Winchester. harv. Book: Wallace, Captain Nesbit Willoughby. A Regimental chronicle and list of officers: The 60th, or The King's Royal Rifle Corps formerly the 62nd, or The Royal American Regiment of Foot.

The King's Royal Rifle Corps was an infantry rifle regiment of the British Army, originally raised in North America as the Royal Americans, and recruited from North American colonists. Later ranked as the 60th Regiment of Foot, the regiment served for more than years throughout the British the regiment amalgamated with the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and Branch: British Army.

The Post Office Rifles, who wore a badge almost identical to our own, remained allied to The Rifle Brigade till their amalgamation in with the 7th Bn. City of London Regiment; the Finsbury V.R.C. is the forerunner of the 11th Bn. London Regiment and was transferred in to the 60th in which Corps it has been ever since, though it has.The 79th (Cameron Highlanders) was the only regiment of one battalion till and the 60th (King's Royal Rifle Corps, and the 95th (Rifle Brigade) had four battalions each.

In addition, the militia and volunteer rifle corps were attached as additional reserve battalions; the militia forming the 3rd and 4th (or higher) battalions and the.Count Ferdinand Ernst Joseph Gabriel von Waldstein und Wartenberg (24 March – 26 May ) was a German nobleman and patron of the arts.

A member of the Bohemian House of Waldstein and an early patron of Ludwig van Beethoven, his political and military roles included the office of a Geheimrat in Bonn, commander (Komtur) of the Teutonic Order, and (briefly) colonel of a light infantry.