Images of the the Queen, Her Family, Generals and Other Imperial Personalities
Queen Victoria, Her Sons & Prime Ministers
Duke of York
c. 1890
William Ewart Gladstone
Benjamin Disraeli
Prince of Wales
c. 1889
Albert Victor
Duke of Clarence
c. 1890
Duke of Connaught
c. 1885
Queen Victoria
Field Marshals & Generals
Sir Garnet Wolseley
c. 1885
Sir William Lockhart
c. 1895
Herbert Horatio Kitchener
c. 1899
Fredrick Sleigh Roberts
c. 1895
Charles George Gordon
c. 1884
Herbert Horatio Kitchener
c. 1899
Charles George Gordon
c. 1880
Sir Hector MacDonald
c. 1899
William Earle
c. 1885
Robert Onesiphorous Bright
c. 1870's
George William Knox
c. 1870's
Frederick Augustus Thessiger
2nd Baron Chelmsford
c. 1870's
Sir Charles Warren
c. 1889
Archibald Berkeley Milne
and Autograph
c. 1918
Sir Ian Hamilton
c. 1910
Other Notable Soldiers & Personalities
Rudyard Kipling
and Autograph
c. 1900
H. Rider Haggard
and Autograph
c. 1900
Archibald Forbes
and Autograph
c. 1880
Captain Geoffry Barton.
1st Battalion
7th Regiment of Foot
c. 1870s
Lord Edric Gifford V.C.
2nd Battalion
24th Regiment of Foot
Elizabeth Thompson
"Lady Butler"
and Autograph
c. 1870
Sir William Gatacre
c. 1899
Lord Charles Beresford
c. 1890
Sir Herbert Stewart
c. 1881
Field Marshall
John Fox Burgoyne
c. 1870
Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton Cochrane
Earl of Dundonald
c. 1889
Gentleman Cadet
Harry Benn Borradaile
Later Brigadier General, DSO

Carte de Visite
c. 1878
Harry Benn Borradaile the eldest
son of A. A.  Borradaile (one source
lists his father as Harry) of the
Bombay Civil Service and the former
Florence Soden was born on 4
October, 1860. A Gentleman Cadet
at Sandhurst he was commissioned
in the King’s Own Scottish
Borderers (then the 25th Foot) on 14
January 1880. He saw active service
with the KOSB in Burma (1885-9)
and took part in the Sikkim
Expedition (1889). He transferred to
the Indian Staff Corps in 1884 then
to the 32nd Sikh Pioneers, Indian
Army, in 1894 and took part in the
Chitral Relief Expedition (1895) with the relief force from Gilgit. It was
during this action that he was wounded and received a Mention in
Despatches (London Gazette, 16 July 1895) for which he was later
awarded the DSO. The despatch from Lieutenant-Colonel J.G. Kelly,
Giglit Force reads in part as follows:

"Captain H. B. Borradaile, 32nd Pioneers, who has commanded the
regiment throughout. This officer showed great determination and
resolution in taking the first party and guns over the Shandur Pass, and has
commanded the regiment with great spirit and gallantry throught the
arduous march to Chitral, and I strongly recommend him for some mark of

He commanded the  34th Sikh Pioneers from 1902 until 1909.
Sir Redvers Henry Buller V.C.
60th Rifles
Kings Royal Rifle Corps
c. 1899
Horace Smith-Dorrien  
with Autograph
c. 1899
General Lord Chelmsford: [to Lt. Harford] Learn nothing from that Irishman, Harford,
except how not to behave.
                                                             from the 1979 film production of Zulu Dawn