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PostSubject: Irwing Stening Allfrey   Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:27 pm

Served with 6th in Mutiny and with 13th in Zulu War. 2nd Lieutenant-Colonel, 1st Battalion, May, 1883, and commanded battalion, May, 1887 to 1889. Retired pay in 1900.
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PostSubject: Re: Irwing Stening Allfrey   Wed Jun 06, 2018 7:38 pm

Date of Birth:- 5th April 1837
First Appointment:- Ensign 6th Foot 29th July 1856
                                Lieutenant 6th Foot 16th April 1858
                                Lieutenant 75th Foot 6th October 1859
                                Captain 75th Foot 21st August 1866
                                Captain 13th Foot 4th December 1866
                                Brevet Major 18th September 1879
                                Major Somerset Light Infantry 8th May 1880
                                Lieutenant Colonel (1st Battalion) Somerset Light Infantry 1st May 1883
Indian Mutiny:- 1858 - Operations in the Jugdespore Jungle. Medal
South African War:- 1879 - Zulu Campaign. Employed in Natal. Medal
Source '1884 Army List' (p 218, 809 & 1207)

He commanded the Battalion from May 1887 to 1889. Retired with pay in 1900.

   He was born in Basistead, Surrey and in 1901 he was living in Bath, Somersetshire. His occupation is stated as ‘Colonel, Infantry, Retired. Aged 63.


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