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PostSubject: 927 Pte.A.Eadie, 91st Foot   Thu Jan 27, 2011 12:15 am

Served during the Zulu War of 1879 ; was present at the battle of Ginginhlovo, relief of Ekowe, and subsequent operations of the Zulu War. On the 3rd May the 91st Regiment left camp at Durban for the Front. Between the Feb 1879 - April 1880

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91st Foot / 1st Bn Argyll&Sutherland Highlanders 19-05-1877 13-06-1882

Taken from Muster Rolls WO16/2029, 2033, 2039, 2035

19-05-1877 - Enlists at Belfast in 91st foot number 927 from 58 Brigade Depot

10-09-1877 - Fined 7s 6d for drunkenness

17-01 to 26-02-1878 - Furlough

14-08 to 15-08-1878 - Dublin Imprisoned in military goal stopped 2 days pay

April to Sep 1878 -Five entries for being drunk,fined 2s 6d then 10s each other time

22-11 to 06-12-78 - Furlough

09-01-1879 - Imprisoned for drunkenness fined 7s 6d

07 to 18-02-1879 - Imprisoned 12 days pay forfeited

01-04 to 30-06-1880 - Begins duty on detachment at Mauritius during this period

26-06-1880 - Fined 7s 6d for drunkenness

29 to 30-06-1880 - Imprisoned 2 days pay forfeited

01 to 05-07-1880 -Imprisoned 25 days pay forfeited fot this and subsequent imprisonment

11 to 30-09-1880 - Imprisoned

14-09-1880 - fined 10s by courts martial for drunkenness

01to 04-10-1880 - imprisoned 4 days pay Forfeited.

23-04 to 15-05-1881 - Imprisoned 23 days pay forfeited

28-04-1881 - Fined £1.0.0 by Courts Martial for drunkenness

16-05-1881 - Returned from Mauritius to Cape Town

28-04-1882 - Drunk fined £1.0.0 by general court martial

03-08-1882 - Drunk fined 5s by officer commanding

01-10 to 31-03-1882 - No entries in defaulters list.

01-04 to 30-09-1882 - Present

13-06-1883 - Discharged to depot Gosport

2nd April 1879 - 91st present at Gingindlovu:

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