Campbell was the longest serving commandant of the 9th, a total of 17 years. The next longest commander was Col Garstin (7 years). Campbell took the regiment on their memorable expedition to Malta in 1878, but his position as commandant was nearing its end because in March 1880 he was invalided back to England where he died in August 1881. His uniform is discussed at Field Officer 1866.|
16th Aug 1826 Born in Weasenham, Norfolk. Son of Rev C Campbell.
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