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Havelock, Henry, Sir, Memoir of the three campaigns of Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell's army in Ava. Serampore [n.p.] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Henry Havelock, Sir.
Full text of "Memoir of the three campaigns of major-general sir Archibald Campbell's army in Ava" See other formats. General Sir Archibald Campbell, 1st Baronet GCB (12 March – 6 October ) was a Scottish soldier who served as an officer in the British toGen.
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Full text of "Memoir of the Three Campaigns of Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell's Army. Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell KB (21 August – 31 March ) served as governor of Jamaica, Madras, and Georgia. He was a major Scottish landowner, Heritable Usher of the White Rod for Scotland and politician who sat in the House of Commons between and 3 Capture in America.
4 Battle of Savannah and Governor of s/wars: Seven Years' War, American War. CAMPBELL, Sir ARCHIBALD (–), general, son of Captain Archibald Campbell, and grandson of Duncan Campbell of Milntown, in Glenlyon, county Perth, was born on 12 March He entered the army on 28 Dec. as an ensign in the 77th regiment, having obtained his commission by raising twenty men, and sailed for India in the spring of War of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell - page 3 The American War of Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell of Inverneill By Robert A.
McGeachy «Continued from previous age Archibald Campbell was not the sort of commander to rest on his laurels and, displaying a dynamism and swiftness of movement rarely matched by other British commanders in the war.
Britain's Fourth Army, under Gen. Sir Henry Rawlinson, was the force that bore much of the brunt of the campaign that this official history calls 'the Hundred Days' - the great counter attack beginning on August 8th which finally forced the German command to sue for the Armistice that came into effect on November 11th, ending the Great War in the : Major General Sir Archibald Montgomery.
Major-General Archibald Campbell(–) was a British Army officer who served as Lieut-Governor of Jersey and was buried in Jersey. Career. The son of Sir James Campbell of Inverneill and a member of the Campbells of Inverneill,he was made a Lt-Colonel in the 6th Regiment of Foot in and commanded the 1st Batallion 6th Foot at the Battle of Vitoria in.
CAMPBELL, Sir ARCHIBALD, army officer and colonial administrator; b. 12 March in Glen Lyon, Scotland, third son of Captain Archibald Campbell and Margaret Small; m. 6 July Helen Macdonald of Garth, and they had two sons and three daughters; d.
6 Oct. in Edinburgh. Archibald Campbell took up the military profession “like a family inheritance,” as. The life and campaigns of Major-General J. Stuart: commander of the cavalry of the Army of northern Virginia Contributor Names McClellan, H.
(Henry Brainerd), Wikipedia Biographical Summary. Major-General Sir Archibald Campbell KB (21 August – 31 March ) served as Governor of Jamaica and Madras. He was a major Scottish landowner, Heritable Usher of the White Rod for Scotland and a Member of Parliament for the Stirling Burghs.
Britain's Fourth Army, under Gen. Sir Henry Rawlinson, was the force that bore much of the brunt of the campaign that this official history calls 'the Hundred Days' - the great counter attack beginning on August 8th which finally forced the German command to sue for the Armistice that came into effect on November 11th, ending the Great War in the west.
Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell, USA and Mrs. Ann Campbell In May, the st Airborne Division (Air Assault) completed its year-long rotation in Eastern Afghanistan. The Screaming Eagles formed the backbone of Joint Task Forcea multi-national collective of military and civilian forces that were responsible for a 43, square mile region of.
Late in Lieutenant Colonel Archibald Campbell was dispatched by the British commander in chief in North America, Sir Henry Clinton, to proceed against h his Georgia campaign, particularly his capture of Savannah and Augusta, Campbell achieved one of the few unqualified British successes in the American Revolution ().
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Archibald Steuart Butterworth Bayley was born on 8 July 1 He was the son of Charles Stuart Bayley and Sarah Constance Campbell. 1 Citations [ S ] Beatrice Potter, "re: Lady Isabella Somerset," e-mail message to Darryl Roger Lundy, 30 November