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PostSubject: Nicholson - Captain George Stuart   Fri Apr 16, 2010 9:20 pm

Nicholson - Captain George Stuart - Royal Fusiliers - died 19th August 1888.
Lieutenant 13 June 1875. Captain 20 January 1884. Served in Zulu campaign 1879 as Adjutant of 4th Natal Native Contingent. (medal & clasp).
Memorial at the Royal Memorial Church, Sandhurst Military Academy - "George Stuart Nicholson. Captain. Royal Fusiliers. Died from the effects of the Indian climate. 19 Aug. 1888. Aged 33
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PostSubject: Re: Nicholson - Captain George Stuart   Thu Mar 21, 2013 6:06 pm

There is a Memorial Tablet to this chap, in the church in the link below, if anyone happens to be passing, can they take a photo. It would be much appricated by all.

Captain George Stuart Nicholson died as a result of an illness contracted during service in India. A year before he died he was married in St Michael's to a local girl, Beryl Hamilton of Armadale, Rhu, daughter of General Sir Iain and Lady Hamilton. His father served in a different regiment in India.

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