Genealogy in India
This section contains various lists and indexes, the largest of which
is an index of Cadet papers held at in OIC in London. There are are approximately
15,000 names of officer cadets that joined the EIC Madras army from 1789
until 1859. These names are cross referenced to the OIC ref. and the LDS
film number, LDS films can of course be accessed at any Church
of The Latterday Saints Family History Centre.
KAMPTEE A SMALL TOWN IN INDIA
This section is in memory of my Anglo Indian great grandmother,Mary Chick, whose origins was successfully hidden from the family for over 100 years until I uncovered them in the course of my family history research. She was born in the town of Kamptee that grew up around the military cantonment of that name which was established, in the days of the Raj, on the outskirts of Nagpur the native capitol of the Central States of India.
SOUTH STAFFS REGIMENT IN INDIA
This section contains photographs that my father took whilst serving with the South Staffs in India from 1935 untill 1941. There is a section with photographs of his mates with their names, and another section with photographs of amateur dramatic productions put on by members of the regiment and a section with pictures of places my father visited.