Robert Colquhoun (East India Company officer)
Sir Robert David Colquhoun of Luss, Bart (15 May 1786 – 2 June 1838) served in the British Indian Army. In 1815 in present-day Almora, holding the rank of lieutenant, he organized the Kemaoon Battalion, predecessor of the 3rd Gorkha Rifles, to fight in what became known as the Gurkha War.
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- 3rd Gorkha Rifles
- Colquhoun, Sir Robert
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