John Hudson (Indian Army officer)
Sir John Hudson
|Died||8 June 1893|
|Service/||British Indian Army|
|Years of service||1853–1893|
|Commands held||Rohilkhand brigade|
Second Anglo-Afghan War
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
He commanded six companies of the 28th Punjab Infantry in 1879 during the Second Anglo-Afghan War and later commanded the Indian contingent during the Second Suakin Expedition in 1885. He went on to be commander of the Rohilkhand brigade of the Bengal Army in 1886, the Quetta division of the Indian Army in 1888 and the Allahabad division of the Bengal Army in 1889. He became Commander-in-Chief Bombay Army in April 1893 but was killed just two months later by a fall from his horse in June 1893.
- Roberts, Lord (2001). Forty-one Years in India: From Subaltern to Commander-in-chief. Adamant Media Corporation. ISBN 978-1402177422.
Sir George Greaves
| C-in-C, Bombay Army
Sir Charles Nairne