The Eurasian Company of the Singapore Volunteer Corps.
An unofficial history and compilation of images from various sources, mainly the descendants of the volunteers.

Under Construction.

Studio Portraits, and some Outdoor images of individuals, both officers and enlisted personnel.

Photographs of various parades, and other similar activities, that members of the Company and Corps were involved in.

A Muster Roll of members of the Eurasian Company, compiled from various sources. Further contributions of information to this site are welcome. Please contact the site administrator, Terry Foenander.

Includes images and data relating to a member of the Chinese Company. The documents would be the same as those issued to members of the Eurasian Company.

Listings of some reference works, as well as items available on the World Wide Web, relating to the Corps.

Links to sites on the World Wide Web relating to the Singapore Volunteer Corps, as well as some of this author's other non-SVC pages.

This Web Site is fondly dedicated to my maternal grandfather, George Edward Kingston Prior, a member of the Singapore Volunteer Corps (whose image is shown at a separate page) and his dedicated wife, Florence (Moses), who in spite of the adversities they encountered, were able to provide a decent and loving life for their children, and grandchildren.

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© Terry Foenander.

July, 2001 (updated November, 2004).

The colours were originally used as a rallying point during battle, and were, at a later stage, carried in all major parades. An image of the colours of the Singapore Volunteer Corps (image as reproduced from the volume A History of the Singapore Volunteer Corps, 1854-1937 by Captain T.M. Winsley) can be viewed at the following link: SVC Colours