93rd (Sutherland Highlanders) Regiment of Foot

United Kingdom
1759 Sutherland Fencibles
raised in Scotland; also known as Battalion of Highlanders
1763 disbanded
1779 Sutherland Fencibles
raised in Scotland
1783 disbanded
1793.03.02 Sutherland Fencibles
raised in Scotland
1799.01 disbanded
1799.04.16 93rd (Highland) Regiment of Foot
raised at Inverness and absorbed disbanding Sutherland Fencibles
1803 absorbed disbanding Reay Fencibles and Rothesay and Caithness Fencibles
1861 93rd (Sutherland Highlanders) Regiment of Foot
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 91st Foot to form The Princess Louise's (Sutherland and Argyll Highlanders)


Cape of Good Hope 1806, Alma, Balaklava, Sevastopol, Lucknow
Uniform: coat: grey, lapels and cuffs: not known, turnbacks: not known, lacings: not known
1759 Lord Reay Mackay
1759.08.11 William (Sutherland), 18th Earl of Sutherland [to 1763]
1779 Lt-Col. William Wemyss of Wemyss [to 1783]
1793.03 Gen. William Wemyss of Wemyss [to 1799]
1800.08.25 Gen. William Wemyss of Wemyss
1822.02.08 Gen. Sir Thomas Hislop, Bt, GCB [also 48th Foot, 51st Foot, 11th West India Regt]
1822.06.04 Lt-Gen. Sir Hudson Lowe, KCB, GCMG [also 50th Foot, 56th Foot]
1832.07.23 Lt-Gen. Sir John Cameron, KCB [also 9th Foot]
1833.05.31 Lt-Gen. Sir Jasper Nicolls, KCB [also 5th Foot, 38th Foot]
1840.06.15 Gen. Sir James Dawes Douglas, GCB [also 42nd Foot]
1850.04.10 Lt-Gen. William Wemyss
1852.12.10 Lt-Gen. Edward Parkinson, CB
1858.01.15 F.M. Sir Colin (Campbell), 1st Baron Clyde, GCB, KCSI [also Coldstream Gds, 67th Foot]
1860.06.04 Lt-Gen. William Sutherland [also 53rd Foot]
1862.06.03 Gen. Alexander Fisher Mackintosh, KH [also 90th Foot]
1868.08.29 Lt-Gen. Charles Craufurd Hay [also 58th Foot]
1873.09.28 Lt-Gen. Sir Henry William Stisted, KCB
1875.12.11 Gen. Freeman Murray [also 57th Foot, 2nd Bn 60th Foot]
1876.10.11 Gen. William Munro, CB
1880.01.30 Gen. Mark Kerr Atherley [also 92nd Foot, 109th Foot]
1880.04.05 Gen. Hon. Sir Robert Rollo, KCB [also 42nd Foot]
Mottos: Sans Peur
Nicknames: The Thin Red Line
Marches: The Thin Red Line, Highland Laddie, The Cameron March
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