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 Col Durnford and Commander George Hamilton Browne shared the same Zulu groom.

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PostSubject: Col Durnford and Commander George Hamilton Browne shared the same Zulu groom.    Yesterday at 11:09 am

He came to Adelaide South Australia in late 1879, with another friend Mr Moodie. Together they put on a show of artefacts from the war, items taken during different battles including a bloodied assegai. It was a bit of a surprise to learn of this connection, which ended up with a lot of research of George Hamilton Browne, which differs totally from that which has been attributed to him. Firstly he was born in 1851 in Bonn, and he went to New Zealand late 1871, to work on a property in Picton. If you would like me to post the shortened version, please tell me which category to submit it.
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PostSubject: Re: Col Durnford and Commander George Hamilton Browne shared the same Zulu groom.    Yesterday at 11:32 am

Hi Krish,

Id like to read more about GHB

Maybe put it in "the ones history forgot" section

Thanks

Simon
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PostSubject: Re: Col Durnford and Commander George Hamilton Browne shared the same Zulu groom.    Yesterday at 11:56 am

I can do that in the section, but perhaps Admin will tell me if I can load a PDF file, or does it have to be in word. And I am no good at trying to get images loaded, there must be a trick.

Different time zones. Will follow up tomorrow.

Thanks for your help
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