- Rose, Hugh Henry
(1801–1885) served as a military adviser to the Ottoman Army, fought in the Crimean War and was given the command of the Central Indian Field Force during the Indian Mutiny. Rose defeated the mutineers at Jhansi, Lahore and Gwalior in 1858. He was made a Field Marshal in 1877.
- Ford, E. Onslow
(1852 – 1901) was an English sculptor.
This statue, cast from guns taken during the Indian mutiny, was erected in London in 1895, taken down during work on a new underground station and kept in storage until the Westminster Council sold it in 1964. The attractive statue is now located in Liphook in an out of the way place