The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Coghill, Col. Kendal

Coghill, Col. Kendal, C.B. (1882); s. of Admiral Sir J. Coghill, Bart; 1832; educ, at Cheltenham; joined the Indian Army, 1851; served in Burma, 1853-5; Adjutant of his regt. (2nd European Bengal Fusiliers) during the mutiny, 1857-8; present at Bandlika Sarai and siege of Delhi, and several subsequent actions; Brig Major at Cawnpur and Barrackpur; Assistant A.G. at Lucknow and Calcutta; and of the Presidency Division, 1861-1870; exchanged to 19th Hussars, which he commanded in Egyptian campaign, 1882: Address: C/o India Office London.