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PostSubject: LIEUT. -COLONEL GILBERT REDVERS Heathcote   Sat Feb 19, 2011 12:52 am

Heathcote, LIEUT. -COLONEL GILBERT REDVERS, late Cameronians born 1854, son of Sir William Heathcote, 6th Bart., and heir to his brother, Father Sir William Heath-
cote, S.J.; educated at Stonyhurst; served in South Africa during the Gaika and Zulu Wars 1877-79; retired 1892 with rank of Lieut.-Colonel; married first (1891) PAULINE,
daughter of Sir Alfred TREVELYAN, 7th Bart., of Nettle- combe Court, Taunton; and secondly (1901) MABEL, youngest daughter of Henry SILVERTOP, of Minster Acres,
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PostSubject: Re: LIEUT. -COLONEL GILBERT REDVERS Heathcote   Sat Feb 19, 2011 10:50 am

He served with the regiment throughout the war, being present at the engagement on the Zunguin Nek, the Battle of Kambula and the Battle of Ulundi.

Date of Birth - 25th December 1854
First Appointment - Sub Lieutenant - Unattached - 13th June 1874
Sub Lieutenant - 90th Foot - 13th June 1874
Lieutenant - 90th Foot - 13th June 1874
Captain - Scottish Rifles (1st Battalion) - 15th December 1879
South African War - 1877-8-9 - Kaffir Campaign - operations against the Galekas - Zulu Campaign - Affair of Zungen Nek, battles of Kambula and Ulundi. Medal with Clasp.
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