Southern Nigeria Regiment - Commanding Officers

Commanding Officers

The following had command of the Regiment:.

  • 21 September 1896 Captain C H P Carter, Royal Scots (Brevet Major from 1 January 1900)
  • 12 February 1901 Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel A F Montanaro, Royal Artillery
  • Summer 1904 to summer 1905, Major H M Trenchard (acting)
  • 3 August 1905 Brevet Major H C Moorhouse, Royal Artillery
  • Spring 1907 to 1910, Lieutenant Colonel H M Trenchard, Royal Scots Fusiliers
  • 25 September 1911 Major F H Cunliffe Middlesex Regiment

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