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PostSubject: Charles James Hamilton   Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:49 pm

He served in the 3rd Regiment, "The Buffs." Ensign 17 March 1858; Lieut. 22 October 1861; Capt. 26 June 1867; Lieut-Col 30 November 1885; retired on pension 1835; was Adjutant, British Guiana, 1864-66; Assistant Military Secretary, China, 1881-82; A.D.C. to Governor of Hong Kong 1882-83. War service: Served in latter part of Zulu war, 1879. Medal.
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PostSubject: Re: Charles James Hamilton   Fri Dec 13, 2013 11:36 pm

"Charles James Hamilton, who m. Isabel, da. of Charles Taddy, Esq.  He served in the 3rd Regiment, "The Buffs."  Ensign 17 March 1858; Lieut. 22 October 1861; Capt. 26 June 1867; Lieut-Col 30th November 1885; retired on pension 1835; was Adjutant, British Guiana, 1864-66; Assistant Military Secretary, China, 1881-82; A.D.C. to Governor of Hong Kong 1882-83. War service: Served in latter part of Zulu war, 1879. Medal. Ob. 3 Oct 1918. Their children are: - Margaret Hilda Hamilton, Pauline Rose Hamilton and Kathleen Norah Hamilton"
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PostSubject: Charles James Hamilton    Fri Dec 13, 2013 11:56 pm

Major Charles James Hamilton arrived in Natal too late to take part in the war . Joined the Regiment at Pinetown on it's return from Zululand .
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