|Sir Jasper Nicolls|
|Born||15 July 1778
East Farleigh, Kent
|Died||4 May 1849
|Commands held||Indian Army|
|Battles/wars||Second Anglo-Maratha War
War of the Fifth Coalition
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
He was present at the Battle of Argaon and Siege of Gawilghur in 1803 during the Second Anglo-Maratha War and then at the disastrous attack on Buenos Aires by Lieutenant General John Whitelocke in 1807. In 1807 he was appointed Commanding Officer of the 2nd Battalion of the 14th Regiment of Foot and he went on to fight at the Battle of Corunna and to take part in the Walcheren Campaign in 1809.
In 1811 he became Assistant Adjutant-General at Horseguards and in 1812 he was made Deputy Adjutant-General in Ireland. Later that year he went to India as Quartermaster-General. In 1815, during the Gurkha War he captured Almora and reduced Kumaon.
In 1825 he was made General Officer Commanding a Division of the Madras Presidency and in 1829 he transferred to become GOC 7th (Meerut) Division; in 1838 he was appointed Commander-in-Chief, Madras. In 1839 he was promoted to Commander-in-Chief, India; he returned to England in 1843.
In 1809 he married Anne Badcock and together they went on to have one son and eight daughters.
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