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brigade major


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brigade major

GREEN, Arthur Dowson (1874 - 1914), Worcestershire Regiment; Brigade-Major, 17th Infantry Brigade

BECHER, William Fane Wrixon- (1915 - 2000), Temp. Major, Rifle Brigade (SRO)

BAKER, Arthur Brander (1868 - 1918), Brigade Major, Commonwealth Military Forces

FOSTER, Comdt) William James (1881 - 1927), commanding 2nd Cavalry Brigade since 1927; late Brigade-Major, Staff Australian Imperial Force

Henniker-Major, Charles Henry Chandos (1872 - 1956), Lt-Col (retired) Rifle Brigade

CUNINGHAME, Thomas Andrew Alexander Montgomery- (1877 - 1945), Col retired pay, 1924; late Major, Rifle Brigade

CAMPBELL, Eric Octavius (1885 - 1918), Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire Buffs); Brigade Major

Sidney, Philip (1853 - 1922), JP, Major (late), Rifle Brigade; Hereditary Visitor of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge

DIMMER, John Henry Stephen (1884 - 1918), Brig.-Major 92nd Infantry Brigade; Lieut KRRC

GRAHAM, (temp. Major) Francis (1894 - 1918), 71st Brigade Royal Field Artillery

ARCHER, Henry (1883 - 1917), RFA; Brigade-Major, Royal Artillery, 51st Division, BEF

WARREN, Arthur Frederick (1830 - 1913), Major-General (retired), late Rifle Brigade

CUNYNGHAM, William Stewart-Dick- (1871 - 1922), a Gentleman-at-Arms, 1920; Brigade-Major, Lowland Mounted Brigade, Ayr, NB; Major Scottish Horse Imperial Yeomanry; late Capt. 1st Battalion Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)

REDGRAVE, Roy Michael Frederick (1925 - 2011), Commander, British Forces, Hong Kong, and Major-General Brigade of Gurkhas, 1978–80

MAGNIAC, Oswald Cecil (died 1939), late Major Westminster Dragoons; late Hon. Col 64th (7th London) Brigade RFA (TA)

DOWNES, Rupert Major (1885 - 1945), AAMC; DMS to Australian Army; recently Chairman of Australian Red Cross Society; Commissioner St John Ambulance Brigade

CUFFE, Charles Frederick Denny Wheeler- (1832 - 1915), Brigade-Major Queen’s Troops, Madras, 1858–60

WILMOT, Henry (1831 - 1901), JP; Major Rifle Brigade (retired); Hon. Colonel 1st Derbyshire Rifles from 1881; Captain of English Shooting Eight

 

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The principal staff officer to the brigadier in command at the headquarters of a brigade.

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