80th (the Staffordshire Volunteers) Regiment of Foot
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United Kingdom
1793.09.12 80th Regiment of Foot
1802 80th (the Staffordshire Volunteers) Regiment of Foot
absorbed Staffordshire Volunteers [raised 1798]
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 38th Foot to form The South Staffordshire Regiment

BATTLE HONOURS LINKS ARE INOPERATIVE

[Egypt]1, Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Sobraon, Pegu, Central India, South Africa 1878-9 1. the Sphinx badge superscribed "Egypt".

Note: see also The South Staffordshire Regiment for belatedly awarded battle honours.

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Uniform: jacket: dark brown, cuffs: dark brown, waistcoat: brick red, lacings: none
1793.09.12 F.M. Henry William (Paget), 1st Marquess of Anglesey, KG, GCB, GCH
1795.06.16 Maj-Gen. John St. Leger
1800.02.14 Gen. Gerard (Lake), 1st Viscount Lake [also 53rd Foot, 73rd Foot; C-in-C India]
1808.02.23 Gen. Hon. Sir Edward Paget, GCB [also 28th Foot]
1815.12.26 Lt-Gen. Sir Alexander Campbell, Bt., KCB
1825.04.20 Gen. Sir Rufane Shawe Donkin, KCB, GCH [also 11th Foot]
1837.03.15 Lt-Gen. Sir John Taylor, KCB
1844.01.15 Lt-Gen. Sir Maurice Charles O'Connell, KCH [also 81st Foot]
1848.10.24 Maj-Gen. Sir Edmund Keynton Williams, KCB
1850.01.31 Lt-Gen. Henry Daubeney, KH
1853.04.30 Lt-Gen. Lawrence Argimbau, CB
1854.08.19 Lt-Gen. Sir Thomas Henry Browne, KCH
1855.03.12 Gen. Thomas William Robbins
1864.10.28 Lt-Gen. James Robert Young
1867.09.03 Lt-Gen. Henry John French
1874.01.26 Gen. Charles Crutchley [also 23rd Foot]
1875.03.16 Gen. Sir Richard Wilbraham, KCB
Mottos:
Nicknames: The Staffordshire Knots, Gage's Light Infantry
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Marches: Come Lassies and Lads, The 80th
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