|Lieutenant Colonel Frederick George Baylay of the Royal Artillery in a cabinet photograph dated May 1888
Frederick George Baylay was born around February, 1836 being the son of the Rev.Charles Frederick Roger Baylay, MA
of Trinity Church and Anne Baylay.
He was commissioned a 2nd lieutenant in the Royal Artillery on 14 August 1854.
Lieutenant - 23 October 1854
Second Captain - 8 June 1860
Adjutant - 21 July, 1860
Resigns Adjutancy - 15 November 1870
Major - 5 July 1872
Lieutenant Colonel - 12 October 1880
Lieutenant Colonel of Auxiliary Artillery - 29 October 1881
Colonel - 12 October 1884
Appointed to Ordnance Committee (half-pay) - March 1885
While he had no war time service, he did serve overseas at Cape Colony from 1855 -1860, India from 1866 - 1870, and
Malta from 1872-1873.
He was married to Anna Louisa Murray
Frederick George Baylay died at Woolwich in 1909.
Henry Wayland - Photographer
Blackheath, London, England