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colonel general

FEILDING, Percy Robert Basil (1827 - 1904), retired General; Colonel Suffolk Regiment; late Colonel Coldstream Guards

AIREY, James Talbot (1812 - 1898), General, retired; Colonel Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers

BAYLY, John (1821 - 1905), Colonel Commandant Royal Engineers; retired General, RE

BRACKENBURY, Henry (1837 - 1914), General 1901; Colonel Commandant RA 1897

WALKER, Mark (1827 - 1902), General (retired); Colonel Sherwood Foresters from 1900

OLPHERTS, William (1822 - 1902), General and Colonel Commandant of Royal Artillery

PEYTON, Francis (1823 - 1905), Lieutenant-General and Hon. General; Hon. Colonel, North Staffordshire Regiment

WOOD, Oswald Gillespie (1851 - 1902), Royal Army Medical Corps; Lieutenant-Colonel (local Colonel) in charge of No. 3 General Hospital, Kroonstad, Orange River Colony

EAMES, William L’Estrange (1863 - 1956), Colonel and Hon. Major-General (retired), AAMC

DENISON, George Taylor (1839 - 1925), Hon. Colonel Governor-General’s Bodyguard

KERR, Frederic Walter (1867 - 1914), Lieutenant-Colonel General Staff; formerly Gordon Highlanders

HAMILTON, William Stirling (1830 - 1913), General and Colonel-Commandant Royal Artillery, retired 1890

BROWNRIGG, Henry John Brodrick (1828 - 1904), retired Colonel and Commissary-General to the Forces

BULWER, Edward Earle Gascoyne (1829 - 1910), General (retired); Colonel of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers from 1898

GALLWEY, Thomas Lionel (1821 - 1906), Lieutenant-General (retired); Colonel Commandant Royal Engineers

BOILEAU, Frank Ridley Farrer (1867 - 1914), Colonel, General Staff 3rd Division

COX, John William (1821 - 1901), Lieutenant- General; Colonel of the Somersetshire Light Infantry from 1900

GOUGH, Charles John Stanley (1832 - 1912), General (retired); Hon. Colonel Tipperary Militia Artillery


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Title once used to designate an officer who had supreme command of an army.

Subjects: Warfare and Defence.

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