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Lord Raglan

Person  Male  Born 30/9/1788  Died 29/6/1855

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: Crimea

FitzRoy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan. Commander in the Crimean War 1853 - 56. It is generally thought to have been his overall incompetence that led to the disaster of the Charge of the Light Brigade. Died of dysentery and disappointment at the failure of the Siege of Sebastopol. His body was brought back to England and buried at Badminton, where he was born.

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Lord Raglan

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Hyde Park Barracks - Somerset and Raglan

These two must be Somerset and Raglan but which is which we can't tell you.

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Lord Raglan

Lord Fitzroy Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan, 1788 - 1855, Commander during the Cr...

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Westminster School - old boys fallen in Crimean War & Indian Rebellion

The inscription was written by the Rev. T. W. Weare, Under-Master of Westmins...

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