MARTINDALE, an Anglo-Indian who is mentioned by Alexander Gardner in his Ranjit Siṅgh and His White Officers as being in the infantry service of the Sikhs. He was the son of General Martindale, an officer who figured prominently in the Gurkhā war of 1814, his mother being Indian. Prior to joining the Sikh service, Martindale had served in the Skinner's Horse.


    Grey, C., European Adventurers of Northern India, 1785-1849 [Reprint]. Patiala, 1970

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