A friend and neighbour (knowing I have an interest in these things) has asked me to look into the history of an ancestor of his (Great Great Grandfather I think). His name was Henry Hoyer Waight, born in Holborn, Middlesex in 1835. He joined the 65th Regiment of Foot (we think) and finished his service as RSM (again, we think) before moving to Halifax to work as an overlooker in the textile industry, somewhere late 1800s. He had a daughter who died in Secunderabad but not sure when (she was born in the 1870s). Please take a look at the pics. I'm thinking this is around the Crimea period (the double breasted tunic didn't last long) and he's obviously a Sergeant. One question though, it appears that his cap numerals are 59 upside down rather than 65, any ideas? Any light anyone can shed would be much appreciated. Sorry for the quality of the pics, but the are photos of photos.