Frederick Duleep Singh
Prince Frederick Victor Duleep Singh MVO, TD, FSA (23 January 1868 - 15 August 1926), also known as Prince Freddy, was a younger son of Duleep Singh, the last Maharaja of the Sikh Empire.
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... Prince Frederick served with Yeomanry regiments 1893-1919 Appointed 2nd Lieutenant - Suffolk Imperial Yeomanry - 12 August 1893 Promoted Lieutenant 21 July 1894 Promoted ... In July 1901 Prince Frederick transferred to the Norfolk Yeomanry from the Suffolk Yeomanry and was promoted to the rank of Major ...
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