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PostSubject: Re: Colonel Edmond Joseph Gallwey   Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:47 am

Edmond Joseph Gallwey
Served in Kaffir, Sekukuni and Zulu Campaigns, 1878-79. Was Second-in-Command 1st Battalion in Campaign under Sir William Lockhart on North-West Frontier, 1897-98. In command 2nd Battalion, June. 1898
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PostSubject: Re: Colonel Edmond Joseph Gallwey   Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:57 am

Date of Birth - 7th February 1850
First Appointment - Ensign - 13th Foot - 6th July 1870
Lieutenant - 13th Foot - 28th October 1871
Adjutant - 13th Foot - 19th February 1879 to 25th February 1880
Captain - Somersetshire Light Infantry (2nd Battalion) - 26th February 1880
South African War - 1878-9 - Kaffir Campaign. Expedition against Sekukuni. Zulu Campaign. Engagement at Zungen Nek, action of Kambula, and Battle of Ulundi. Medal with Clasp.
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