Sub Lt Colin Mackenzie

Died aged unknown

Colonel Colin Mackenzie CB (1754–8 May 1821) was Scottish army officer in the British East India Company who later became the first Surveyor General of India. He was a collector of antiquities and an orientalist. He surveyed southern India, making use of local interpreters and scholars to study religion, oral histories, inscriptions and other evidence, initially out of personal interest, and later as a surveyor. He was ordered to survey the Mysore region shortly after the British victory over Tipu Sultan in 1799 and produced the first maps of the region along with illustrations of the landscape and notes on archaeological landmarks. His collections consisting of thousands of manuscripts, inscriptions, translations, coins and paintings, which were acquired after his death by the India Office Library and are an important source for the study of Indian history. He was awarded a Companion of the Order of the Bath on 4 June 1815.

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HM Submarine "Affray". Sunk 16th April 1951. In respectful remembrance of the 75 souls whose names are given here and who have no grave but the sea. Osborn Allen, Lieutenant (Engineer) James Alston, Lieutenant (Engineer) Trevor Andrews, Sergeant, Royal Marines George Ashley, Acting/Leading Stoker Mechanic James Barlow, Leading Steward Denis Bartup, Engineering Mechanic 1st class David Beddoes, Steward David Bennington, Engine Room Artificer 2nd class William Bilton, Senior Commissioned Engineer John Blackburn, DSC, Lieutenant (Commanding Officer) Oliver Bridges, Stoker Mechanic Alfred Burberry, Acting/Chief Petty Officer Robert Cardno, Stoker Mechanic Michael Cole-Adams, Lieutenant (Engineer) George Cook, Acting/Leading Seaman John Cooper, Petty Officer Roy Curry, Stoker Mechanic Frederick Denny, Acting Electrician Frederick Drury, Stoker Mechanic Derrick Foster, Lieutenant Anthony Frew, Sub Lieutenant Alan Garwood, Sub Lieutenant Harold Gittins, Telegraphist Bernard Gostling, Stoker Mechanic Walter Green, Temp./Leading Stoker Mechanic Jeffrey Greenwood, Lieutenant William Harkness, Petty Officer Leonard Harris, Stoker Mechanic Roy Hiles, Stoker Mechanic John Hodges, Stoker Mechanic Alfred Hooper, Marine, Royal Marines Eric Horwell, Engineering Mechanic 1st class Richard Howard-Johnston, Sub Lieutenant Alan Irven, Telegraphist Dennis Jarvis, Marine, Royal Marines William Kirkwood, Lieutenant Gordon Larter, Stoker Mechanic Russell Lansberry, Lieutenant, RNVR George Leakey, Able Seaman Norman Lees, Engine Room Artificer 3rd class William Lewis, Stoker Mechanic William Linton, Sub Lieutenant William Longstaff, Sub Lieutenant Colin Mackenzie, Sub Lieutenant Roderick Mackenzie-Edwards, Sub Lieutenant John Mckenzie, Chief Engine Room Artificer James Miller, Acting/Leading Stoker Mechanic Hugh Nickalls, Sub Lieutenant Richard North, Sub Lieutenant Peter Pane, Able Seaman George Parker, Engine Room Artificer 2nd class Dennis Pearson, Acting/Petty Officer Robin Preston, Sub Lieutenant Alan Ramplin, Stoker Mechanic Anthony Rewcastle, Sub Lieutenant Jack Rutter, Acting/Radio Electrician Frederick Shaw, Lieutenant (Engineer) Edward Shergold, Corporal, Royal Marines Francis Smith, Cook John Smith, Stoker Mechanic Ronald Smith, Leading Seaman Anthony Stewart, Able Seaman John Strachan, Sub Lieutenant Maurice Taylor, Engine Room Artificer 3rd class Norman Temple, Stoker Mechanic John Thirkettle, Acting Petty Officer John Treleaven, Lieutenant (Engineer) Victor Trimby, Acting/Leading Stoker Mechanic Robin Tugman, Sub Lieutenant Roy Vincent, Steward Albert Welch, Lieutenant (Engineer) Reginald Whitbread, Chief Petty Officer (Stoker Mechanic) Herbert Wood, Leading Electricians Mate Frederick Woods,, Petty Officer Telegraphist Benjamin Worsfold, Acting/Leading Telegraphist

?, Alderney, United Kingdom where they died near (1951)