The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Appleyard, Major-Genl. Frederick Ernest
Appleyard, Major-Genl. Frederick Ernest, C.B.; born 1829; son of F. N. Appleyard, a Cursitor of the High Court of Chancery; educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey; entered 80th regiment, 1850; served in the Second Burmese War; present at Martaban, the storming of Rangoon and taking of Prome; exchanged to the 7th R. Fusiliers; in the Crimea; wounded at Alma, 1854, and the Redan, 1855; present at Inkerman, in the trenches at Sebastopol; commanded a Brigade in the Afghan campaign, 1878-80; C.B. 1875 for Military Services; knight of the Legion d’Honneur and Order of the Medjidie. Address: Tarakai, Surbiton. Army and Navy Club.