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PostSubject: Whereabouts of Medal and information sort   Fri Jun 11, 2010 9:13 am

Hi All,
Does anyone have any information on, or know the whereabouts of the Zulu War Medal to
No 940 Jabez England 58th Rgt b.1841 Alderbury Wiltshire, 2 oct 1879 he is in Ladysmith Military Hospital and PMBerg on 3 Dec 1879, by 1881 he is out of the army living at 15 Maiden Lane London, He dies june quarter 1913 in Salisbury GRO this includes Alderbury.
He is a long distance relative in the family tree, only found this out yesterday.
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PostSubject: Re: Whereabouts of Medal and information sort   Sun Jun 13, 2010 11:48 am

Hi Rai.
Reference Jabez England. I have spent hours on the web. But there doesn’t seem to be anything about the chap only what you have written.
Also with a name like England it just about throws everything to do with England as in country into play, but i will keep looking. I don't suppose you have anything else on him.
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PostSubject: Re: Whereabouts of Medal and information sort   Sun Jun 13, 2010 3:00 pm

Hi Littlehand,
The name ENGLAND is a rght bugger when researching family history as you state, but have found a few more notes,
Jabez England father Charles England of Alderbury Wilts, mother Elizabeth Betsey Mona Oak,
He joined the 32nd Rgt 2 April 1869, and transferred to the 58th 24th march 1878, he was discharged at Netley Army Hospital 6 April 1880.
On the 1901 census his address is given as Newport Union Workhouse as Labourer Superintendent.
On the 1911 census his address is Silver Street Alderbury.
Where he dies in 1913.
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PostSubject: Re: Whereabouts of Medal and information sort   Sun Jun 13, 2010 5:27 pm

Thanks Rai. That gives me a lot more in the search criteria.
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