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PostSubject: St. Quintin F.D.H. 17th Lcrs    Thu Jun 22, 2017 7:30 am

The following is from Mack & Shad ;
2nd Lt FDH St Quintin Served with the Regt throughout it's operations in the Campaign . St Quintin served with the lines of communication to Ulundi , St. Quintin was also present at the Cavalry affair at Erzungayan .

Which means that St.Quintin was present on the Patrol when Lt F.J.C.Frith was KIA .
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PostSubject: Re: St Quintin.    Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:31 am

F. D. H. St. Quintin, transferred to the 17th Lancers. Dated 24th July, 1878.

THE LONDON GAZETTE, JULY 23, 1878.
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