|Born||20 December 1823|
|Died||17 August 1892|
|Commands held||Staff College, Sandhurst|
|Awards||Companion of the Order of the Bath|
Creagh-Osborne was commissioned as an ensign into the 6th Regiment of Foot in 1841. He served with the Scinde Camel Corps during Sir Charles Napier's campaign in India in 1842. He also took part in the response to Indian Mutiny of 1857 being present at the assault on Jagdispur. He became Superintendent of Garrison Instructors in India in 1873 and Commandant of the Staff College, Sandhurst in 1878. There is a memorial to him in Boldre Churchyard.
In 1866 he married Harriet Frances Crozier; they had three sons and three daughters.
|Commandant of the Staff College, Sandhurst