Yeomanry cavalry

certain bodies of volunteer cavalry liable to service in Great Britain only.

See also: Yeomanry

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The memorial is a testament to more than 10,000 men of the Border Regiment, the Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry Cavalry, and the Cumberland Artillery, who died engagements in the war, including at Passchendaele.
Fortescue (1859-1933), a historian who served in the British Army's North Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, provides an account of the Campaign of Waterloo and the last battles of the Napoleonic Wars.
There is also a handwritten manuscipt to Junior Gentleman Alexander McKinnon, appointing him to the military rank of Cornet in the Lymington Troop Yeomanry Cavalry and signed by the Duke of Wellington.
Honorary Colonel Queen's Own Staffordshire Yeomanry Cavalry and 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Royal Welch Fusiliers.
Yeomanry cavalry, armed with sabres, rode down a crowd of several thousand men, women and children, leaving 11 people dead and more than 347 injured, though many estimates put the figure much higher.
The Worcester Yeomanry Cavalry mounted the charge at Huj in the Sinai Desert at 1.
It also details the history of the Glamorgan militia, and the auxiliary land forces of South Wales (1757-1969), including the Infantry and Rifle Volunteers and Yeomanry Cavalry.
At a peaceful meeting at Manchester in 1819 to urge social reform and universal suffrage to replace the corrupt and repressive electoral system of the time, yeomanry cavalry, armed with sabres, rode down a crowd of several thousand men, women and children, leaving 11 people dead and more than 347 injured.
Although he was born and brought up in Wales, and his parents David and Georgina still live in Newport, he had two uncles who served in the Glamorgan Yeomanry cavalry.
After 21 years in the regiment and a spell as an instructor with the Worcestershire Yeomanry Cavalry, he moved to Blackpool to live with daughter Mary.