Thursday, December 16, 2010

Captain Francis Baring


Crimean War: Captain Francis Baring, Fusilier Guards, Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General, attached to the Light Division. Photo by Roger Fenton, 1855.

Francis Baring (1833-1895) gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in the service of the Scots Guards. He died unmarried at age 61.


3 comments:

  1. Facial hair worthy of an officer.

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  2. Francis Baring was also a noted sculptor. He exhibited a marble figure titled 'Gretchen' in the 1873 International Exhibition in London.

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  3. Thank you Ray. Very interesting! I desperately tried to find information about his sculptures, but sadly I couldn't find anything, except the stereoview at your site!.

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