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| Charles Daniell|
Order of the Bath
| 1889, South Kensington, London, United Kingdom|Charles Daniell Wikipedia
Major-General Charles Frederick Torrens Daniell CB (21 August 1827 - 1889) was a British Army General who held high office in the 1880s.
Born in Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire, the youngest son of Thomas Daniell of Aldridge Lodge, Staffordshire and Little Berkhamsted in Hertfordshire and of Mary née Smith of the Smith banking family, Daniell was commissioned into the 38th Regiment of Foot.
He served as a Major in the Crimea with the 38th Regiment of Foot.
In 1884 he was invited to command an Infantry Brigade at Malta and then in 1886 he was appointed General Officer Commanding Northern District. He remained in this post until 1889.
He died on 26 July 1889 in Beaufort Gardens, South Kensington. There is a beautiful memorial to him in York Minster created from sculpted stonework with inscriptions around oaken doors in the area leading to the vestry.
In 1849 he married Charlotte Vernon and then in 1856 he married Mary Smith, his first cousin: they had one daughter.