35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot

United Kingdom
1693.02.01 Earl of Donegal's Regiment of Foot
1698 disbanded
1701.06.28 Earl of Donegal's Regiment of Foot
re-formed in Belfast without lineal connection to previosu regiment; also known as the Belfast Regiment; known by the names of two other colonels until 1751
1747 ranked as 35th Foot
1751.07.01 35th Regiment of Foot (The Prince of Orange's Own Regiment )
1782.08.31 35th (Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot
1805 35th (Sussex) Regiment
("Sussex" title belonged 1782-1805 to 25th Foot; "Dorsetshire" title passed in 1807 to 39th Foot)
1832.06.15 35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment of Foot
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 107th Foot to form The Royal Sussex Regiment



Note: see also The Royal Sussex Regiment for belatedly awarded battle honours.

Uniform: coat: scarlet, lapels and cuffs: orange, turnbacks: orange, lacings: white with yellow zigzagged line between thin yellow line and red line
1693.02.01 Col. Arthur (Chichester), 3rd Earl of Donegal
1701.06.28 Col. Arthur (Chichester), 3rd Earl of Donegal
1706.04.15 Lt-Gen. Richard Gorges
1717.07.26 Gen. Charles Otway
1764.08.10 Gen. Henry Fletcher
1803.03.17 Gen. Charles (Lennox), 4th Duke of Richmond Lennox, KG
1819.10.09 Gen. Sir John Oswald, GCB, GCMG [also 3rd Bn The Rifle Brigade originally 95th Foot]
1840.06.15 Lt-Gen. Sir Richard Downes Jackson, KCB [also 81st Foot]
1845.07.11 Gen. Sir George Henry Frederick Berkeley, KCB [also 81st Foot]
1857.09.26 Lt-Gen. John Leslie, KH
1861.02.13 Gen. Sir George Leigh Goldie, KCB [also 77th Foot]
1863.03.27 Gen. Simcoe Baynes
1875.09.14 Gen. Henry Renny, CSI [also 81st Foot]
1879.06.09 Gen. Sir Richard Thomas Farren, GCB [also 47th Foot]
Mottos: Hon Soit Qui Mal y Pense
Nicknames: The Orange Lillies
Anniversaries: Quebec (13 Sep 1759)
Marches: Royal Sussex
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