Durnford is a surname, and may refer to;

  • Anthony Durnford, British Army officer
  • Elias Walker Durnford, British engineer
  • Richard Durnford, Bishop of Chichester

Durnford is also a village in Wiltshire, England.

This page or section lists people with the surname Durnford. If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link.

Other articles related to "durnford":

Henry Pulleine - Analysis
... on the morning of the battle (arriving at about the time Pulleine received a warning from one of Durnford's men of the impending Zulu attack) to break camp and move his division to join that of Chelmsford ... for this is that Pulleine's command structure was interfered with by the arrival of Durnford ... Durnford's orders, as given to him by Chelmsford's secretary Crealock, were ambiguous and led to confusion as to who was actually in charge of the camp, as well as what, if any, specific ...
Anthony Durnford
... Colonel Anthony William Durnford (Ireland 24 May 1830-Isandlwana 22 January 1879) was a career British Army officer who served in the Anglo-Zulu War ... Breveted colonel, Durnford is mainly known for his presence at the defeat of the British Army by the Zulu at the Battle of Isandlwana ...
The Old Malthouse School
... Tom Pellatt, his brother-in-law who ran a school at Durnford Court in the same village had blasted out a swimming bath in the rocks at Dancing Ledge, a mile and a half away on the coast and the ... Durnford's most famous former pupil is Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond novels and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang ... Durnford was requisitioned by the army later that year and the Durnford boys transferred to the Old Malthouse ...
Battle Of Fort Charlotte - Siege
... On March 1, Gálvez sent a letter to Durnford offering to accept his surrender, which was politely rejected ... Durnford wrote to General John Campbell at Pensacola requesting reinforcements ... the Spanish engaged in siege operations to move their guns nearer the fort, Gálvez and Durnford engaged in a courteous written dialogue ...