Roll of Honour

British Officers killed in action or died of wounds while serving with the Egyptian Army in the Sudan

Bimbashi W H Tapp, Welsh Regiment Suakin 1888
Bimbashi H L Barrow, South Lancashire Regiment Afafit 1891
Bimbashi J C Pyne, Dorsetshire Regiment Ambigole Wells 1893
Kaimakam H M Sidney, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantary Abu Hamed 1897
Bimbashi E Fitzclarence, Dorsetshire Regiment Abu Hamed 1897
Bimbashi J Scott-Barbour, DCM, Highland Light Infantry Bahr el Ghazal 1902
Bimbashi H E Haymes, RAMC Zande 1904
Bimbashi H S Logan, Leicestershire Regiment Katfia 1908
Bimbashi C E Kinahan, Royal Irish Fusiliers Adonga 1912
Bimbashi J W Lichtenberg, 18th Hussars Adonga 1912
Kaimakam J L J Conry, DSO, Connaught Rangers Atbara River 1914
Bimbashi R W Hutton, Royal Marines Nyima 1917
Bimbashi E G Lawton, E. Surrey Regiment Atwot Dinka 1918
Miralai  C H Stigand, OBE, Royal West Kent Regiment Aliab Dinka 1919
Kaimakam R F White, DSO, Essex Regiment Aliab Dinka 1919
Bimbashi H Chown, RAVC Nyala 1921
Kaimakam W R Corrall, MC, Buffs Fung 1922
Bimbashi R C Carlyle, RAMC Khartoum Mutiny 1924
Ferik Sir Lee Stack Pasha, GBE, CMG Sirdar and Governor General of the Sudan Assasinated in Cairo 1924


More than sixty other British officers and NCOs died during their EA service of disease, accident, drowning and attacks by wild animals. Three former officers of the EA were killed in action or died on active service in Uganda, eighteen in the Second Boer War, about one hundred in World War One and two in World War Two.