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PostSubject: Malcolm Moodie   Thu Mar 26, 2009 10:16 am

Natal Carbineers, born 1857, in Natal, died 22 January 1879, at Isandlwana, KZN Natal. Malcolm was the son of William James Dunbar Moodie and Clarissa Meek.


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A handwritten note (probably written by his niece, Shirley Moor)
“The burial parties afterwards recognised him by the brilliant colour of his hair, like burnished copper. Beside him were 79 used cartridge cases. He had been obliged to stay behind the day by one hospital, with a hurt shoulder.
"Lord Chelmsford having left with the main body of troops. Malcolm had lent his horse to his cousin, Edward Greene (afterwards Colonel E Greene, Natal Carbineers), whose own horse was lame.”
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PostSubject: Re: Malcolm Moodie   Thu Mar 26, 2009 7:19 pm

Very interesting, I did not have a lot of information on this man. Great picture too.
Good work Old H.

Malcolm Moodie is mentioned on the Anglo-Zulu War Memorial in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
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Capt G Shepstone N N Horse Isandlwana
Lieut F J D Scott Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Q/Master W London Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J Blaikie Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper G Bornin Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper I C Bullock Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper G C S Christian Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J Deane Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J Lumley Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper W Mendenhall Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J Ross Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper E Tarboton Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper H Davis Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper H Dickenson Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper W Hawkins Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper C Hayhow Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper C Haldane Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper R Jackson Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper G Macleroy Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper M Moodie Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper W Swift Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J Whitelaw Natal Carbineers Isandlwana
Trooper J B Hay Natal Carbineers Helpmekaar
Trooper Eary Buffalo Border Guard Isandlwana
Trooper Guttridge Buffalo Border Guard Isandlwana
Trooper Wehr Buffalo Border Guard Isandlwana
Capt R Bradstreet Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Q/M G F Hitchcock Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Sgt A Swan Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Trooper J W Barnes Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Tpr G Greenbank Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Tpr A Macalister Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Tpr J Dinkelman Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Trooper A E Dixon Newcastle Mtd Rifles Isandlwana
Cpl Lally Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
L/Cpl Campbell Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper C H Bango Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper H Berr Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Tpr F Blakeman Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper H S Capps Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper T Clark Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper S Daniel Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper C Doury Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper J Eason Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper W Fletcher Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper H S Lloyd Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper T Macrae Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper C Mears Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper H Neil Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Tpr A R Parsons Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper W F Pearse Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Tpr J W Pleydell Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper A T Pollard Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Tpr J W M Siddal Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper F Secretan Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Tpr W E Simpson Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper S Thicke Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper C White Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper H Winkles Natal Mounted Police Isandlwana
Trooper S Hunter Natal Mounted Police Rorke's Drift
Cpl C Cradock Natal Mounted Police Helpmekaar
Trooper C Bennett Natal Mounted Police Helpmekaar
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