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    15 Feb 2013
Dear Sir, ? My great grand father Mr.Kala Khan and his two nephews Mr. Hadatulla Khan and Mr. khan Ali Khan did work in British Army.( Royal Artillery ) They were Tailor in British Army. Mr. Kala Khan (Tailor Master) did work in British Army for about 21 years. They performed his services in unit of 10 BATTERY R.A (1892 - 1898) 12 BATTERY R.F.A (1898 _ 1902) 78 BATTERY R.F.A (1903 _ 1913) His two nephews also performed his services Mr. Hadatulla Khan Mr. Khan Ali Khan Mr. Kala Khan passed away in January 1913 when he returned home from his unit 78 BATTERY R.F.A ( 77 campbellpur Attack) Our people who live around us know us because of our serving to British Army..we have been living in this house since one century,this house is in same condition as Mr. Kala Khan built be fore. I am also sending some certificate along with this letter, which British Army issued to Mr Kala Khan and his two nephews due to their honesty,and that is also honour for our family. ? ? I have 51 Documents 121 years old. I have Some others Things, 1. crockery, 2. Some Officers Certificate with out search, 3. Coins, 4. I have personal dairy of Mr Kala khan in which he prescribed his time spend with British Army Officers. 5. I have Two Officers Uniform. 6. The new Egerton Woollen Mills ( letterpaids & cash memo) ( A4 size ) 7. I have one letter paid E. Spinner & Co Manchester & Bombay , one cashmemo, one tender notics, ( documents date 1894 & 1900)( A4 size) Company Number: 172307 Incorporation Date: 29/12/1920 Change of Name: Peter Wilson (1982) Ltd - 02/04/1982 Company Status: Dissolved - 02/10/1990 8. Judges name of cloth ( Legal size Bill ) 9. deputy commissioner name of cloth ( Legal size Bill ) 10. Ball Moody & Co. letterpaid ( A4 size Bill ) 11. Name of British Bank & name of many companies is written in these papers. ? ? The British Officer named in the certificates was 1. General Sir Walter Mervyn St George Kirke. 2. Brigadier-general Sir Edwin Francis Delaforce. 3. Brigadier-General Henry R Cook. 4. Major General Perceval, Edward Maxwell. 5. Col Leslie Herbert, Queripel. 6. Col Francis J Mortimer. 7. William Patrick Alexander. 8. Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard. 9. Lieutenant-Colonel Surgeon Henry Charlesworth. 10.Lt Col R G Keyworth. 11.Lt Col J H Lawrence Archer. 12. Temporary Lt-Col Major John.G.B. Allardyce. 13. Captain Henry Cairns Oldnall. 14. LT J Dalby. 1. General Sir Walter Mervyn St George Kirke. Born 1877; educated at Haileybury and at the Royal Military Academy, Woolworth; commissioned into the Royal Regt Artillery, 1896; served in Sacristan Campaign, 1901-1902 (medal and clasp); Capt 1901; Commandant Bhamo Bn Burma Military Police; commanded Wellaung, Punitive Expedition in South China Hills, 1905-1906; Graduate of Staff College; General Staff Officer, Grade 3, at War Office, 1912; Grade 2 on mobilization, 1914; Brevet Maj, 1914; Maj, 1914; served World War One, 1914-1918 (despatches six times, Brevet Lt Col 1915; Brevet Col 1917); Deputy Director Military Operations, 1918-1922; Col on the Staff, General Staff Aldershot, 1922-1924; Maj Gen. 1924; head of British Naval, Military and Air Force Mission to Finland, 1924-1925; President Inter-Allied Commission of Investigation for Hungary; Deputy Chief of the General Staff in India, 1926-1929; Commander 5 Div and Catterick Area, 1929-1931; Lt Gen. 1931; General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Western Command, 1933-1936; Gen 1936; Col Commandant, Royal Artillery, 1934-1946; Hon Col 70 Anti-Aircraft Regt (now 470th Heavy Anti Aircraft Regt TA) 1934-1939; and 2/5 The Queen's Royal Regiment, 1939; Director General of Territorial Army, 1936-1939; Inspector General of Home Defences, 1939; Commander-in-Chief of Home Forces, 1939-1940; Aide-de-Camp General to the King, 1937-1940; retired pay, 1940; President of Witley and District Branch of British Legion and Royal Artillery Association, Surrey; Vice-President of Royal United Service Institution and Old Contemptibles, Godalming, Surrey; died 1949. My great grand father nephews Hadatullah Khan stitched clothes of General Walter Mervyn St George Kirke . I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & atugraf Sir Walter Mervyn St George Kirke ,(Documents Date 1900) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. 2. Sir Edwin Francis Delaforce. Sir Edwin Francis Delaforce. A Lieutenant in the Royal Field Artillery. Became a Captain 15 November 1899 (taken from the London Gazette 1899) Edwin Francis Delaforce, son of George Henry (1844-1912) born in Oporto in 1870 spent most of his life in the British Army, married twice in 1895 and 1917 in England and retired after a distinguished service record as Brigadier-general in 1920. He had two sons, Charles Newland Nesbitt and Michael (who died at school in 1932) and a daughter Beryl Blanche Selous. I have 2 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & Signature Sir E F Delaforce. (documents date 15/10/1898 & 24/11/1898 As a Lieutenant )One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. ? 3. Brigadier-General Henry R Cook. In 1892, Cook who was a captain, was appointed adjutent of the Cork Artillery (Southern Division) in Ireland He continued at Cork until 1897 In 1901 Cook was attached to the Jubaland Force as an interpreter with responsibility for mapping and as an intelligence officer He took part in the Ogaden Punitive Expedition of 1901. In September 1901 he was promoted to major Ten years later, in December 1911, Cook was promoted to lieutenant colonel. Cook joined the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain on 14 December 1909 He was one of the first people in England to learn to fly, taking lessons in 1910 and gaining his Royal Aero Club aviator's certificate (number 42) at Beaulieu on 31 December 1910 Following the creation of the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) in May 1912, Cook was seconded from the Royal Artillery to the RFC's Central Flying School (CFS) as an instructor in theory and construction After the Commandant, Captain Godfrey Paine RN, Cook was next most senior officer at the School and by August he was being described as the Assistant Commandant. While at the CFS, Cook was involved in teaching theory In September 1912 he was awarded a Royal Aero Club Special Certificate for carrying out a series flights and aerial maneouvres which were of special merit in the early years of aviation In December 1912, Cook spent some time in India, visiting Agra where he made observations on the ability of birds to soar and theorized on the effect of sunlight on air I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & Signature Brigadier-General Henry R Cook (documents date 1898 As a Capt ) ? 4. Major General PERCEVAL, EDWARD MAXWELL. PERCEVAL, EDWARD MAXWELL, Major, was born 13 August 1861, at Bellewstown, County Meath, Ireland, son of General John Maxwell Perceval, CB, JP, Colonel of the Suffolk Regiment, and of Isabel Catherine, daughter of the Reverend The Honourable R Maude, Dean of Clogher. He was educated at the Royal Academy, Gosport, and at the Royal Military Academy (has passed the Staff College, and held the Diploma of the Royal Geographical Society), and was gazetted to the Royal Artillery as Lieutenant, 19 May 1880. He became Captain 4 August 1888, and Major 23 February 1898, serving in India and Burma. He served in the South African War, 1899 to 1902; in command of a battalion of the Imperial Yeomanry from 5 January 1902 to 31 May 1902, and was severely wounded. He took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May 1900; operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900, including action at Wittebergen (1 to 29 July); operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900; operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 30 November 1900 to 31 May 1902. He received the Queen's Medal with three clasps; the King's Medal with two clasps. He was mentioned in Despatches 16 March 1900. General Gatacre, in his Despatch on the Battle of Stormberg, mentioned that Major Perceval was severely wounded at the beginning of that action, and that he remained in command of his battery until the fighting was finished. He was given the DSO in the next Gazette. Major Perceval received the Queen's Medal with three clasps, the King's Medal with two clasps, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 19 April 1901]: "Edward Maxwell Perceval, Major, Royal Artillery. In recognition of services during the recent operations in South Africa". The Insignia were presented to him in South Africa. From 15 January 1903 to 8 March 1904, Major Perceval was Instructor at the Royal Military College. He was Chief Instructor there from 9 March to 24 March 1904; DAAG, Headquarters of Army, 25 March 1904 to 13 November 1905; DAAG (GSO, Second Grade, Staff College) and GSO, Second Grade, Staff College, 15 May 1908 to 20 March 1909; was given the Brevet of Colonel 22 August 1908; GSO, First Grade, Staff College, 21 March 1909 to 14 May 1912. He was promoted to Colonel 7 December 1909; was Assistant Director of Movements, War Office, 6 October 1912 to 31 March 1914; commanding RA, 2nd Division, Aldershot Command, 1 April to 4 August 1914. He served in the European War from 1914; as Brigadier General, Royal Artillery, 5 August 1914 to 26 January 1915; awarded CB, January 1915; Sub-Chief of the Staff to General Sir William Robertson at GHQ, France, 26 January to 16 July 1915; promoted to Major General 3 June 1915. In July 1915, he was given command of the 49th West Riding Division in France. He was five times mentioned in Despatches. Major General Perceval's favourite recreations were small and big game shooting, hunting, golf, tennis, etc. He married (1st), 11 January 1894, Marian, daughter of R L Bowles, MD, and their son, Lieutenant Robert Rawnsley Maxwell Perceval, MC, RFA, was born 8 January 1895. He married (secondly), Norah Sabine Mayne, daughter of Admiral R E Mayne, CB, MP, and their children were Diana and John Richard, born 13 April 1909. KCB (m), DSO, QSA (3) CC Trans Witt (Maj DSO, RFA), KSA (2) (Maj DSO, RFA), 1914 Star and Bar (Brig-Gen DSO), BWM, Victory Medal (Maj-Gen), Defence Medal, Order of St Vladimir (Russia) 4th Class, Order of Leopold (Belgium) 3rd Class, Croix de Guerre (Belgium), Order of Avis (Portugal) 1st Class. Sothebys 1991 ?1,980. Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book) Mr Sir PERCEVAL, EDWARD MAXWELL visited our house for lunch and gifted book with pleasure & happy mood. we have the crokery in which Sir PERCEVAL, EDWARD MAXWELL had lanch with us . my great grand father stitched bridal clothes of Sir PERCEVALEDWARD MAXWELL . I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & atugraf PERCEVAL, EDWARD MAXWELL(Documents Date september 1893) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. 5. Col Leslie Herbert, QUERIPEL(1881-1963) Born in 1881; cadet, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 1898; 2nd Lt, Royal Field Artillery, 1899; joined 12 Battery, 1900; served in North China, 1900-1901; served in India, 1901-1914; commanded 7 Ammunition Column, 1901; Lt, 1901; commanded 12 Battery, 1902-1903; Range Officer, Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Artillery, Madras Command, 1903-1905; Capt, 1908; Instructor, Army School of Signalling, Poona, 1908; Assistant Inspector , Army Signalling, Southern Army, 1908; raised and commanded 5 Ammunition Column, 1909; raised and commanded 33 Indian Divisional Signalling Company, 1911; raised and commanded 36 Indian Divisional Signalling Company, 1914; Maj 1914; Deputy Director of Army Signals and Telegraphs, Mesopotamia, 1915; Director of Army Signals and Telegraphs, Mesopotamia, 1916; served with 112 Bde, Royal Field Artillery, France, 1918, and with 65 Battery and 28 Bde, Royal Field Artillery, Black Sea, 1920-1921; Lt Col, 1921; commanded 6 Reserve Bde, 1921-1922; commanded 16 Bde, India, 1922-1924; Commander Corps of Royal Artillery, Southern Command, India, 1924; Col, 1925; Commander, 28 Air Defence Bde, Tonbridge, 1925; retired pay, 1930; died in 1963. My great grand father nephew Hadatullah Khan stitched Army clothes of Col Leslie Herbert, QUERIPEL . I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & atugraf Sir Col Leslie Herbert, QUERIPEL . ( Documents Date 27/06/1900 As a 2Lieutenant ) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. ? 6. Col Francis J Mortimer I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & Signature Col Francis J Mortimer (documents date 25/03/1896 As a Col ) ? 7. William Patrick Alexander. "In memory of John Alexander late of the HEICS. Born at St. Andrews May 8th 1823. Died at Cheltenham May 16th 1910. Also of his son William Patrick Alexander (Colonel RA). Born 1866. Died October 1921." I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & Signature William Patrick Alexander. 8. Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard. CHARLES NAESMYTH BRUERE was born in 1869 at Calicut, India.42 He died on 11 February 1915 at France. He was buried after 11 February 1915 at Boulogne Eastern Cemetry, France.43 He appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in the household of George Alexander Ballard and Julia Mary Anderson at 8 Albany Street, Edinburgh, Scotland.37 He was educated circa 1875 at Charterhouse School.44 He appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 at Stoke Poges School Boys, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England.45 He held the office of Promoted Lieutenant in the 10th Battalion Royal Artillery. Great Britain Army War List January 1893 on 17 February 1891 at Mooltan, Bengal, India. He ended military service on 11 February 1915. Lt. Col. 15th Brigade Royal Field Artillery; unknown author, Commonwealth War Graves Commission, CHARLES NAESMYTH BRUERE BALLARD , Lieutenant Colonel, 15th Bde, Royal Field Artillery, who died on, Thursday, 11th February 1915. Age 46. Additional Information: Son of George Alexander Ballard (Indian Civil Service), and Julia Mary Ballard, of Philipburn, Selkirk Cemetery: BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France Grave Reference/Panel Number: I. B. 8. More About Charles Naesmyth Bruere BALLARD: Burial: 1915, BOULOGNE EASTERN CEMETERY, Pas de Calais, France Grave reference I. B. 8.. Military service: 1915, Lieutenant Colonel,15th Bde, Royal Field Artillery.. Scholar: 1881, Stoke House School for Boys, Stoke Poges, Buckinghamshire, England Mr Sir Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard visited our house for lunch and gifted book with pleasure & happy mood. we have the crokery in which Sir Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard had lanch with us . my great grand father stitched clothes of Sir Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard. I have 2 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & atugraf Charles Naesmyth Bruere Ballard (Documents Date 1894 & 1898 ) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. ? 9. Lieutenant-Colonel Surgeon Henry Charlesworth. Surgeon Henry Charlesworth (later Lieutenant -Colonel) of the Army Medial Service here shown with the rank of captain. He also wears the ribbon for the 1878-80 Afghanistan Medal. Henry Charlesworth was born on 6 July, 1851 at Heath House, Longnor, Staffordshire the son of Moses and Hannah Charlesworth. He attended Ockbrook College in Derby. He received his commission as surgeon in the Army Medical Service on 31 March, 1875. Surgeon-Major - 31 March, 1887 Recruiting and Embarking Medical Officer (Portsmouth) - 1889 Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel - 31 March, 1895 Brigade-Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel - 29 May, 1898 Companion of the Order of St. Michael & St. George (C.M.G.) - 1902 Retires on retired pay - 4 October, 1902 Brevet Colonel - 8 August, 1917 Order of St. John of Jerusalem - 1917 He served in the Afghan War, 1879-81. Returning from Afghanistan on board HMS Crocodile in 1881 one of his shipboard companions was Neville F. F. Chamberlain who would later be credited with the invention of the game Snooker. He accompanied as medical officer the British mission to the Sultan of Morocco under Sir Kirby Green, K.C.M.G. in 1885 and again in 1890-91. Hew was created a Companion of the Oder of St. Michael & St. George for services during the Anglo-Boer War. In 1917 he received the Oder of St. John of Jerusalem for service in World War One during which (according to his obituary in The Times, 9 June, 1926) "he held important appointments on the north-east coast and received thanks of the Army Council". He married Lillian Armstrong of York in 1890. They had no children and she died in 1897. He married Constance Katherine Bennett in 1921. Colonel Henry Charlesworth, C.M.G., R.A.M.C., died in June 1926. Mr Sir Lieutenant-Colonel Surgeon Henry Charlesworth visited our house for lunch. I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & Signature Sir H Charlesworth . ( documents date 16/12/1899 at Multan ) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. 10. sir John.G.B. Allardyce. 18 April 1905- Royal Regiment of Artillery Lt to Supernumery captain 7th Feb 1905 21 April 1908- from Supernumery Captain to rank of Captain 28th March1908 2 Nov 1914- Captains to become Majors 30th Oct 1914 22 June 1915- Royal Field Artillery Major J.G.B Allardyce 106th Battery 15 June 1916- Royal Horse Artillery Major J.G.B Allardyce Temporary Lt- Col (made temporary Lt-Col on April 26th 1916) I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate handwriting & atugraf sir John.G.B. Allardyce 11. Captain Henry Cairns Oldnall. my great grand father stitched clothes of Sir Captain Oldnall . I have 1 documents Britsh army certificate.(Documents date 15 Oct, 1898 10 Field battery in Rawal Pindi Pakistan) One another documents in my opinion is very important , he gifted wherein name of clothes were mentioned which he dressed himself. ? 12. Lt Col R G Keyworth Supplement to the Edinburgh Gazette March 6. 1919. I have 1 documents. ? 13. Lt Col J H Lawrence Archer. qualified as an instructor in army signallingin 1892. Lt Commission dated 25th July 1893 appointed Ordnance Officer 4thclass 18th July 1896. (Madra)Lawrence Archer Lt- Col (Commission dated 1 May 1917) and a temporary Colonel. It also gives his first commission as 1890 and he isstill attached to the Ordnance department . I have 1 documents. ? 14. LT J Dalby RA , Lt Commission dated 13th Feb 1894 ( Indian army list July 1898) I have 1 documents I request, I want to donate (gift) all these things to ur Musuem. I want to secure the beautiful history of Brtish Army in a repective way. Anxiously awaiting your reply Rub nawaz Balouch Phone.. 03146863123Views: 603