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PostSubject: LIEUTENANT A.C. BASKERVILLE MYNORS, 60TH RIFLES   Wed Mar 21, 2012 10:35 pm

Admin sorry, this is the Last one today. This for the grave section as well.


"The Graphic: July 12, 1879, P.44
LIEUTENANT A.C. BASKERVILLE MYNORS, 60TH RIFLES
Lieutenant Arthur Clinton Baskerville Mynors, of the 60th Rifles was the second son of Mr. R. Baskerville Mynors, of Evancoyd, Radnorshire. He was educated at Eton, and after leaving there joined the Oxford Militia, and about a year ago obtained a commission in the 60th Rifles, with which Regiment he took part in the Zulu War. He was present at the battle of Ginghilova and the relief of Ekowe, but subsequently falling ill of dysentery, was removed to hospital at Fort Pearson, where he died on April 25, being only twenty-two years of age. During the short time he had been in the service he had become a personal favourite with both officers and men. He will be remembered at Eton as one of the fleetest runners of his time, and as Master of the Beagles in 1875, he proved himself a keen sportsman. He was also a good rider and expert marksman with rifle or gun, and possessed all the qualities of a good soldier and leader of men"
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PostSubject: Lt. A.C. Baskerville Mynors , 60th RRC.   Thu Mar 22, 2012 5:10 am

Hi All .
The diary of '' Bunny '' Mynors is used frequently in Ian Knight's book ' Fearful Hard Times ' which covers the Pearson Column from its start of service till after it's relief , well worth having for a little known theatre of the war .
Cheers 90th. You need to study mo
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