See also:British major-general, was
See also:born in Nova Scotia on the 15th of
See also:November 1814 . His
See also:father was the third, and his grandfather the first,
See also:bishop of that colony . In 1833 he joined the 32nd
See also:Foot, in which all his regimental service was passed . In 1837 he saw active service in
See also:Canada, and in 1848-1849 in the
See also:Punjab, being in command at the storming of Mooltan and at the
See also:battle of
See also:Gujrat . In 18J7, on the outbreak of the
See also:Mutiny, he was in command of his regiment at
See also:Lucknow .
See also:Lawrence being mortally wounded during the
See also:siege of the residency, Inglis took command of the garrison, and maintained a successful defence for 87 days against an overwhelming force . He was promoted to major-general and made K.C.B . After further active service in India, he was, in 186o, given command of the British troops in the Ionian Islands . He died at
See also:Hamburg on the 27th of
See also:September 1862 .
SIR EDWARD AUGUSTUS INGLEFIELD (182o—1894)
SIR WILLIAM INGLIS (1764-1835)
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