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PostSubject: men of the 24th regiment   Wed Feb 15, 2012 12:33 pm

hello all.
Thanks for the information on George Stanhope Banister Regards. DAVID-LL

I would like to put down the Battalion orders for the 5th of
february 1879 Rorkes Drift --- No 6 934 Pte John Williams E Company having died in hospital this day is struck
off the strength of the Battalion accordingly.-- John was my Grandfathers brother
By Order
G.S Banister.

Acting Adjutant 2/24 reg


Would you kind gentlemen help me with some service information on 2nd lieutenant Lenox Gore Dobree he was on
guard duty on the 5th february 1879 Rorkes Drift commisioned 16th February 1878 F Coy. Dobree was reputed,
at least, to have been one of the men who was with the French Prince Imperial when he was left to be killed in a
sudden raid in the Zulu war. Resigned his commision Married 1880. Emigrated to Punta Arenas, Chile
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PostSubject: Re: men of the 24th regiment   Wed Feb 15, 2012 4:44 pm

THE LONDON: GAZETTE, MARCH 21,1879.


To be Lieutenants.
Second Lieutenant Reginald William Franklin,
vice .James Patrick Daly, killed in . action.
Dated 23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant William Weallens, vice George
Frederick John Hodson, killed in action.
Dated 23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant William Whitelocke Lloyd,
vice Charles John Atkinson, killed in action.
Dated 23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant Lionel Gore Lennox Dobree,
Henry Julian Dyer, killed in action. Dated
23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant Arthur Barre Phipps, vice
Frederick God win- Austen, killed in action.
Dated 23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant Charles Emilius Curll, vice
H. M. Williams, promoted. Dated 23rd January,
1879.
Second Lieutenant Henry Dolben, vice L. H.
Bennett, promoted. Dated 23rd January, 1879.
Second Lieutenant John David Arthur Thomas
Lloyd, vice A. A. Morshead, promoted. Dated
23rd January, 1879.
Foot, Second Lieutenant John Gordon
Wolrige-Gordon, from the 105th Foot, to be
Second Lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant
E. W. D. Croker, promoted. Dated
. 22nd March, 1879.
98th Foot, Lieutenant Arthur Wildman "Prior to
be Adjutant, vice Captain R. H. Tyacke, who
resigned that appointment previous to his
promotion. Dated 13th December, 1878.
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