PEOPLE
This section provides a list of important and prominent figures from Anglo-Sikh History which have been listed in alphabetical order, according to ethnicity and time period.


A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - V - W - Y - Z


C


British and European:

Campbell, William - Scotsman Employed in Sikh Cavalry (1800)
Canora, Francis John - Irish Colonel in Sikh Army (1800)
Churchill, Sir Winston - Prime Minister of England (1874-1965)
Clerk, Sir George Russel - British Diplomat (1800)
Cortlandt, Henry Charles Van - British General in Lahore Army (1800)
Court, Claude Auguste - General in the Sikh Army (1800)
Cunningham, Joseph Davey - First British Historian of the Sikhs (1800)
Currie, Sir Frederick - Foreign Secretary to Government of India (1800)


Panjabi:

Chanda Singh, Bhai - A Martyr of The Nankana Sahib Massacre (1900)
Chand Kaur, Maharani - Wife of Maharajah Kharak Singh (1800)
Channan Singh, Sant - President of SGPC (1900)
Charan Singh, Bhai - A Martyr of The Nankana Sahib Massacre (1900)
Charan Singh, Bhai - A Martyr of The Nankana Sahib Massacre (1900)
Charhat Singh - Grandfather of Maharaja Ranjit Singh (1700)
Chatar Singh Atarivala - Governor under Minor Raja Duleep Singh (1800)
Chet Singh - Military Commander & Engineer of Maharajah Runjeet Singh (1800)
Chet Singh Bajwa - Maharajah Kharak Singh's Close Friend and Tutor (1800)
Chet Singh, Bhai - A Martyr of the Nankana Sahib Massacre (1900)


Organisations & Groups:
Central Sikh League - Political Organisation of the Sikhs (1900)
Charyari Sowars - Irregular Infantry Cavalry Regiment of Sikh Raj (1800)
Chief Khalsa Diwan - Sikh Political Organisation (1900)





 
 
 

 

 
 
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