CHARLES PHILIP AINSLIE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
SURNAME:Ainslie
FORENAMES:Charles Philip
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BORN:18 03 1808
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BAPTISED:12 04 1808
AT:St Andrews Par. Reg. and Nonconf., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
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FATHER:Lt. Col. Charles Philip Ainslie, born 08 07 1779
MOTHER:Mary Ann[e] Atkinson
Died 14 02 1830 at sea. Buried 16 05 1830 Hartburn Northumberland
SIBLINGS:Mary Anne, born 1810, died 16 02 1882.
Married Right Hon. John Gray, 16th Lord Gray of Gray, Co. Forfar, Scotland on 23 07 1833. No children.
Lord Gray born 12 05 1798 and died 31 01 1867 at 18 Champs Elysées, Paris, aged 68
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COMMISSIONED:2nd Lieutenant 10 04 1825
APPOINTED: 2nd Lieutenant 10 04 1825 Lieutenant 4LD 28/29 01 1826 vice Robert Lewis, who exchanges, receiving the difference
Captain of Infantry Unattached 16 03 1830 by purchase
Captain 1st Dragoons 29 06 1830 vice Washington Hibbert who exchanges, receiving the difference
Major 1st Dragoons 14 10 1842 by purchase vice Everard who retires
Major 14th Light Dragoons 03 02 1843 vice Major Francis Hearle Stephens who exchanges
Lieutenant Colonel Unattached 22 10 1847 by purchase
Lieutenant Colonel 7th Dragoon Guards 23 02 1849 vice John Charles Hope Gibsone who exchanges
Brevet Colonel 14th Light Dragoons 25 08 1857 vice Brevet Colonel H. E. Doherty who exchanges, receiving the difference between Cavalry and Infantry
Major General 07 07 1862 promoted on death of Major General Benjamin Francis Dalton Wilson on 06 07 1862
Colonel 1st Dragoons 08 03 1869
EXCHANGED:From half pay to 4LD 29 01 1826
From 4LD to Infantry Unattached 16 03 1830
From Half Pay to 1st Dragoons 29 06 1830
From 1st Dragoons to 14th Light Dragoons 03 02 1843
From 14th Light Dragoons to Unattached 22 10 1847
From Half Pay Unattached to 7th Dragoon Guards 23 02 1849
From Half Pay 9th Foot to 14th Light Dragoons 25 08 1857
From Lieutenant Colonel Half Pay 14th Hussars to Major General 07 07 1862
To Colonel 1st Dragoons 08 03 1869
BREVET:Brevet Colonel 1857-1862
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DISEMBARKATIONS:12 06 1827 Bombay India
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NOTES: Total of 1 year 7 months spent on Half Pay as at 1850
Author of `The Cavalry Manual' published in 1843 when he was Major Charles P. Ainslie, of the 14th Light Dragoons. Was republished at least once.
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DIED:Died in 1889.
Obituary, The Graphic 30 03 1889:
`...In his eighty-second year, of General Charles P. de Ainslie, Colonel Royal Dragoons...'
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1ST WIFE:Jane Anne GRAY
BORN:24 07 1806
MARRIED:17 04 1834 Kinfauns Perth Scotland
NOTES:Groom Charles P. Ainslie was her cousin
Daughter of the 15th Baron Gray
marriage dissolved in 1843 by divorce in the Scotch Courts
2ND WIFE:Lady Sarah Eliza CAMPBELL née LYON-BOWES
MARRIED:13 07 1843 Malta
NOTES:Formerly married in 1834 to George Augustus Campbell, Esq. HEIC service.
Daughter of Thomas, Lyon-Bowes, 11 Earl of Strathmore and Kinghorne and his second wife Eliza, daughter of Colonel Northcote.
Died 06 06 1847
1881 CENSUS:Middlesex, Chelsea, Chelsea North East, District 3
RG9/36
45 Hans Place
Charles P. Ainslie, Head, Widr, 53, Colonel in the Army, Northumberland Newcastle on Tyne
George Edney, Serv, Mar, 30, Footman, Somerset Martock
Sarah A Edney, Serv, Mar, 27, General Serv., Suffolk Stra[d]brook
TNA SOURCES:WO/12/637
WO/12/640
BL SOURCES:.
LONDON GAZETTES: No. 18223, 25 02 1826
No. 20193, 16 03 1830
No. 20948, 29 06 1830
No. 20150, 14 10 1842
No. 21634, 03 02 1843
No. 20784, 22 10 1847
No. 18664, 23 02 1849
No. 22034, 25 08 1857
No. 18127, 18 07 1862
HART'S ARMY LISTS: 1843-1846, 1849-1850, 1852, 1869
PRESS/ALMANACKS: The Baronetage of England: or The History of the English baronets... Vol. 5 by William Betham, 1805
Jackson's Oxford Journal 02 09 1843
The peerage of the British empire as at present existing by Edmund Lodge, 1845
The Gentleman's magazine, Volume 180 1846
A List of Officers of the Army and of the Corps of Royal Marines, by War Office, 1849
Annual Register of World Events, Vol 91, 1850
Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland... by Charles Roger Dod, 1856
The United Service Magazine, Part 3, 1857
Peerage, baronetage, and knightage 1865
Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 2, 1866
The Gentleman's Magazine, Vol 22 1867
The Graphic 30 03 1889
Notes and Queries, Vol 158 1930
OTHER SOURCES:Ancestry.com
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4th Light Dragoons Index

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