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PostSubject: (LEGACY Volume 7) By Kris Wheatley   Fri Nov 27, 2009 11:08 pm

I have just finished, reading LEGACY Volume 7 by Kris Wheatley who's research details the lifes of Privates Evan Jones and Charles Mason of B Company 2/24th; Private William Roy 1/24th who was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his role in the defence of Rorke's Drift; and Gunner Abraham Evans of N Battery Royal Artillery.

Like always I highly recommend this book, for those interested in the life’s of the hero’s we so often discuss. Evan Jones only had one life, the army. Probably one of the longest serving soldiers in British history.

William Roy’s life held a deep dark secret, which eventually led to his demise.

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PostSubject: legacy series   Sat Nov 28, 2009 12:09 am

hi all.
Just wanting to echo petes point , The Legacy series is outstanding , well worth every penny. I have the first
six editions and will grab no 7 shortly. I have read somewhere no 8 is well and truly underway.
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