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PostSubject: 1176 Trumpt. Mjr. J. Dunn, 17th D.C.O. Lrs   Sat Mar 17, 2012 9:30 pm

"John Dunn was born at Dorchester and enlisted in the 17th Lancers at Dublin in February 1868, aged 14 years. Five years later he was appointed a Trumpeter and by the eve of the Zulu War operations he had attained the rank of Trumpet-Major - he was present in South Africa from February to October 1879. Dunn transferred to the 21st Hussars as Bandmaster in December 1883 and served out in India from 1887-90 before returning home to obtain his discharge in March of the latter year."
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PostSubject: Trmptr . J. Dunn 1176 17th Lancers    Sun Mar 18, 2012 6:08 am

In the Forsyth Roll he is listed as Trumpeter . Medal with 1879 Clasp .
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