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 Colonel E.E. Markwick, CB, CBE, FRAS (1853 – 1925)

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PostSubject: Colonel E.E. Markwick, CB, CBE, FRAS (1853 – 1925)   Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:28 pm

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PostSubject: Colonel. E.E.Markwick   Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:37 pm

Hi Littlehand .
Army Service Corps - Ordnance Store , one of many Assistant Commissaries . Entitled to Medal with No Clasp .
So I dont see how he would have seen much action as stated on his file !. This from the Forsyth Medal Roll .
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PostSubject: Re: Colonel E.E. Markwick, CB, CBE, FRAS (1853 – 1925)   Fri Jan 20, 2012 5:44 pm

He was stationed at Durban from the date of his arrival at the end of June until the conclusion of hostilities. Subsequently proceeded to the Transvaal.

Date of Birth - 19th July 1853
Deputy Assistant Commissary-General of Ordnance (ranking with Captain), Natal - 31st January 1880
His previous Departmental service was of 7 years 232 days.
South African War - 1879-80-81 - Zulu Campaign. Medal Transvaal Campaign. Defence of Pretoria. Mentioned in Despatches.

His grave is situated in Westmoors Cemetery, Dorset.
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