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Charles MacLeod KCB

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Lt-Gen Sir Charles MacLeod KCB
Born [date unknown] in Berneray, Inverness-shire, Scotlandmap
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Died in Portman-square, London, Englandmap
Profile last modified | Created 11 Mar 2017
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Categories: Knights Commander of the Order of the Bath.

Biography

LT.-GEN. SIR CHARLES MACLEOD, K.C.B. April 15. In Seymour-street, Portman-square, Lieut.-General Sir Charles Macleod, K.C.B. Of the Madras army. He a cadet Of the 1794, and became Colonel Of 34th Native Infantry in 1827.

He served with distinction in the Mysore campaign of 1799 under Lord Harris, and in the Mahratta campaign of 1803-4 under the Duke of Wellington, then Major-General Wellesley, with whom he was present at the battle of Asgaum. In the Mahratta war of 1817-18 he particularly distinguished himself at the siege and battle of Nagpoor.

He attained the rank of Lieut.-General in 18—. He was nominated a Companion of the Bath in 1823, and a Knight Commander in 1852.

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