East, Sir Edward Hyde
Chief Justice of Bengal
Edwards, Belinda Jean
Dancer. Performed in the American production of SISTER ELLA that played in Melbourne, Australia. Performed 2 years in Elton John’s musical production of AIDA in Klon, Germany.
Recipient Military Medal 1917
Old Boys Alumni Victoria School, Kurseong
Egan-Walker, Flight Lieutenant Bernard Owen
Elcock, Corporal R.
English, Lieutenant W.
Queen’s Archivist at Windsor
Fermie, Bill M.B.E.
Fernandez, Major Glena
Military Nursing Service
Filose, Colonel Albert
Filose, Colonel Sir Peter
Filose, Jean Baptiste
Filose, Lieutenant Colonel Sir Michael
Filose, Major Clement
Filose, Sir Florence
Fincastle, Lieutenant Viscount A.E.M.
Fitzgerald, Gunner Richard
India´s Wonder Sports Girl
Gold Medalist at The National Championships, New Delhi 1960. Represented India in 1966 Asian Games, and played for India in twice. Missed playing for India in the 1968 Olympics due to a broken ankle.
Forest, Lieutenant George
Commissioner of Police and Sheriff of Bombay
Forrest, Captain G.
District Magistrate of Hoshangabad. One of India’s youngest Shirkaris
Forshaw, Lieutenant W.
Forster, Colonel, C.B. Henry
Forster, Frederick Victor
Police Chief, Bombay circa 1930
Forster, Henry Pitts
Fosbery, Colonel G.V.
Francis, James Eardley
Educationist. Old students of Bishop Corrie High School, Madras still speak about James Earley Francis’ memorable lectures and his exquisite mix of words. Awarded The Best Teacher for Anglo-Indian Schools in 1977, by the Government of Tamil Nadu.
Commissioner for Lord Bentinck
FRIDELL, James Blaise
Brigadier, Indian Army.
He served as a gunner and raised a regiment in 1954 in Dehra Dun. Fought in the Indo/Pakistan battle in 1969. He died five years ago in Australia aged 85 years.
James Blaise Eliot FRIDELL was born in Calcutta on 3 February 1920. He joined the Army during World War II as a supply officer. After the war he joined the Artillery as a gunner and served proudly in the Indian Army for 26 years. In 1956, as a Lt. Colonel, he raised the 39 Medium Regiment at Clement Town, Dehradun from the Sikh Coys of 1/13 Frontier Force Rifles, the veterans of the Second World War. Since then the regiment has served all over India from Sikkim in the east to the deserts of Rajasthan in the west and in Jummu and Kashmir in the north. As a Brigadier, James Fridell saw active action in Rajouri in 1964 against Pakistan . Brig. Fridell retired in 1966 and emigrated with his family to Australia. He died on 11 June 2005.
Doctor of Medicine, Chemist & Druggist
Frome, Sir Arthur
Simon Commission Representative
Police Medal for Gallantry, 1935
Old Boys Alumni Victoria School, Kurseong
Hockey Player who played in the 1936 Olympic Games and represented India. Mr. Galibardy was a Gold Medalist in these games. He now resides in the London, England, and at 91 is still going strong.
Representative of the Indian National Congress
Gardner, Colonel Alexander
Gardner, Colonel William Linnaeus
Gardner, Suleiman Shikoh
Recipient of 2004 Humanitarian Award – Human Rights Commission, Dehra Dun
Australian Olympic Hockey Player
Gibson, VC Wing Commander Guy
Leader of the Damn Busters WW2/V.C., D.F.C., D.S.O. & Bar
Gidney, Lieutenant Col. Sir Henry Albert John
Soldier, Connoisseur, Ophthalmologist & Military Surgeon
Gill, Sergeant Major Peter
Goodfellow, Lieutenant General Charles A.
Goodman, Wing Commander Willaim MacDonald
Gordon (or Carron)
Gough, Lieutenant Hugh
Gough, Major Charles
Graham, Lieutenant J.
Grand, Catherine Noel Judd
Daughter of a well-known Dane at Chandernagore
Grand, George Francis
Collector of local revenue
Grant, Colonel Charles J.W.
Grant, Colonel J.D.
Eric Grant, was a Calcutta Police Inspector and a well-known amateur sportsman in the late 1930s and 1940s. He was a rugby prop forward, a hockey player and an occasional boxer, losing in an ABA Golden Gloves final to “Baby” Arathoon, the heavyweight champion of India, Burma and Ceylon.
Grierson, Sir George
Grimshaw, Corporal J.
Gunthorpe, John Moss
Served in the Indian Civil Defence Force. Chief Fire Officer & Deputy Commissioner of Police. Civil & Military Station, Bangalore
Hall, Eric Gordon
Air Vice Marshall & Deputy Joint Chiefs of Staff, PAF
Hallett, Sir Maurice
Hamilton, Lieutenant W.R.P.
Hammond, Colonel Sir A.G.
Hardless, Charles Richard
Founded the Hindu School
Harmon, Corporal J.P.
Victoria Cross Recipient
Navigator in Pakistan Air Force
Harrington, 2nd Captain Hastings E.
Soldier & Adjutant
Miss India 1994 (2nd Place)
Hart, G.R. D’Costa
M.L.A. (West Bengal)
Hart, General Sir R.C.
Hayde, Brigadier Desmond
Soldier & Historian
MVC Recepient 1965 (Maha Vir Chakra). Highest non-posthumous Award for Bravery during the “BATTLE OF DOGRAI”. Author of “Battle of Dograi” Textbook of the Indian Military Academy
Miss World 1997
Hearsey, Major Hyder Young (or Jung)
Soldier & Artist & Surveyor
Hill-Johnes, Lieutenant General Sir James
Hoare, Sir Samuel
Secretary of State for India
Holland, Lieutenant J.
Home, Lieutenant Duncan Charles
Boxer Indian Air Force boxing champion. 1945 he annexed the Featherweight title for the Services. Became National Featherweight Champion at age 19
Howard, Colonel Dorothy
Chief Principal Matron
Huffam, Lieutenant J.
Founded the Indian National Congress