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PostSubject: Mr Athur Dashwood Shore,   Sat Mar 13, 2010 9:35 pm

Mr Athur Dashwood Shore, who is the son of Mr R. N. Shore, late of her Majesty's Bengal Civil Service, is capable lieutenant in the Imperial Light Horse. He was severely wounded at Elandslaagte on October 21st, but got back to active service again, only to get another wound had as the first in Lord Dundonald's skirmish at the Acton Homes on January 18th. He served through the Zulu War, and so is not an inexperienced volunteer.
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PostSubject: Re: Mr Athur Dashwood Shore,   Fri Oct 08, 2010 11:03 pm

Always good to put a face to a name. Idea
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Barnes and Mortlake Regatta silver tankard.
Won by Arthur Dashwood-Shore and Charles Dashwood-Shore, possibly in the 1880s.
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