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PostSubject: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:37 pm

Terry Astley Fellowes. was born on 12 May 1840 and was first commissioned into the King’s Royal Rifle Corps as an Ensign on 1 April 1858. He was promoted to Lieutenant in September 1860, Captain in December 1867, and Major in January 1880. He served with the 3rd 60th Rifles in the South African War in 1879, during the Zulu campaign (Medal with clasp), and took part in the operations in East Griqualand in 1880 (Medal with clasp). Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in July 1881, he became Colonel in July 1885, and retired as Hon. Major-General on 1 July 1887. Major-General Terry, who was a Knight of Grace of St John of Jerusalem, died on 8th December 1926.
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Tue Jun 08, 2010 8:08 pm

Place of death, Bath, Somerset, England, Cremated, Golders Green, London
Also commemorated on the Winchester Memorial.
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Wed Sep 07, 2011 3:07 pm

Subject: Terry Astley Fellowes. 3rd 60th Rifles. Thu 27 May 2010 - 21:38

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Terry Astley Fellowes was born on 12 May 1840 and was first commissioned into the King’s Royal Rifle Corps as an Ensign on 1 April 1858. He was promoted to Lieutenant in September 1860, Captain in December 1867, and Major in January 1880. He served with the 3rd 60th Rifles in the South African War in 1879, during the Zulu campaign (Medal with clasp), and took part in the operations in East Griqualand in 1880 (Medal with clasp). Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in July 1881, he became Colonel in July 1885, and retired as Hon. Major-General on 1 July 1887. Major-General Terry, who was a Knight of Grace of St John of Jerusalem, died on 8 December 1926.

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:33 pm

Peter,

Just for clarity on this Terry is his surname, rather than a forename, so it is either going to be Terry, Astley Fellowes or Astley Fellowes Terry.

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Wed Sep 07, 2011 8:46 pm

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The Hermitage, 69 Old High Street, HEADINGTON, OXFORD

The firm T. R. Knowles & Son is listed at the Hermitage in directories from 1895 to 1908, although the house itself was let out during this period: in 1907 it was occupied by Major-General Astley Fellowes Terry.
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Wed Sep 07, 2011 9:08 pm

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Zulu War and Transkei Pair awarded to Major-General Astley Fellowes Terry, 3rd Battalion Kings Royal Rifle Corps: South
Africa 1877-79, 1 clasp, 1879 (Major A.F. Terry, 3/60th Foot), Cape of Good Hope General Service 1880-97, 1 clasp, Transkei (Major
A.F. Terry, 3rd 60th Rifles), light contact marks, about extremely fine and extremely rare £2,000-2,500.

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Fri Jun 15, 2012 1:05 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Fri Jun 15, 2012 1:11 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Fri Jun 15, 2012 6:22 pm

Littlehand / Isandula.

Thanks for posting the photo's he certainly like his hats Salute
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PostSubject: Poor Astley   Fri Jun 15, 2012 8:00 pm

Hi John, I think Astley Fellowes Terry quite enjoyed himself in the 60th and liked having his photograph taken. Unexplainedly, Astley's role in the Zulu War was left out of the large volume "The South African Campaign, 1879" by Mackinnon and Shadbolt. There was no mention of him even serving in South Africa. So, evidently quite put out and demonstrating an immense amount of "pull"(possibly Masonic)---Terry had the publisher make a special edition of the same Mac and Shad in which he was now included and his efforts in escorting the captured king from the Ndaza krall to the Black Umvolosi as well as commanding two companies of the 3/60th were inserted in the text. Additionally he had his frontiospiece put in (see first photograph I inserted) and a photographic copy of Illustrated London News showing him guarding the sleeping king while in Zululand. I know this because I have Terry's personal copy of the Mac and Shad. If you will check all other copies that are out there (see page 347), including reprints, you will notice that poor Astley was omitted.


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PostSubject: Terry Astley Fellowes    Sat Jun 16, 2012 1:22 am

Hi Isandula .
Your correct he isnt mentioned on my page 347 Suspect . Your top photo posted Fri 15th June was one that I bid for on ebay and obviously didnt get a while back , I may have mentioned this previously !. If not , well done .
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PostSubject: Astley Terry   Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:17 am

Hi 90th, Not me on the ebay one. The top signed photo of Terry is the frontis for his personal copy of Mac and Shad. I have owned this book for nigh on 15 years. Do you happen to have the ebay number of the one you bid on?
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PostSubject: Terry Astley Fellowes   Sat Jun 16, 2012 2:27 am

Hi Isandula .
Sorry mate , No it was last year sometime I think scratch . If not very early this year . scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Terry Astley Fellowes.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 9:48 pm

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Bath Chronicle and Weekly Gazette, Saturday 11 December 1926.

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