90th (Perthshire Volunteers) (Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot
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United Kingdom
1794.02.10 90th Regiment of Foot
raised in Scotland as a light infantry corps, the only such battalion until conversion of 43rd Foot and 52nd Foot in 1803
1802 90th Regiment of Foot (Perthshire Volunteers)
absorbed Perthshire Volunteers
1815 90th (Perthshire Volunteers) (Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 26th Foot to form The Cameronians (Scotch Rifles)

BATTLE HONOURS LINKS ARE INOPERATIVE

Mandora, [Egypt]1, Martinique 1809, Guadaloupe 1810, Sevastopol, Lucknow 1. the Sphinx badge superscribed "Egypt".

Note: see also The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) for belatedly awarded battle honours.

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Uniform: coat: not known, lapels and cuffs: not known, turnbacks: not known, lacings: not known
1794.05.19 Gen. Thomas (Graham), 1st Baron Lynedoch, GCB, GCMG [also 1st Foot, 14th Foot, 58th Foot]
1823.02.10 Gen. Hon Robert Meade [also 12th Foot]
1823.10.09 Gen. Sir Ralph Darling, GCH [also 41st Foot, 69th Foot]
1837.09.26 Lt-Gen. Sir Henry Sheehy Keating, KCB [also 33rd Foot, 54th Foot]
1841.09.02 Gen. Sir Alexander Leith, KCB [also 31st Foot]
1853.06.14 Lt-Gen. Felix Calvert
1857.03.04 Gen. Alexander Fisher Mackintosh, KH [also 93rd Foot]
1862.06.03 Gen. George Frederick (Upton), 3rd Viscount Templetown, GCB [also 2nd Life Gds, 2nd Bn 60th Foot]
1862.10.24 Gen. William Hassall Eden
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Nicknames: The Perthshire Grey Breeks
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Marches: The Gathering of the Grahams
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