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PostSubject: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 20:37

Did he take part in the Zulu War. Salute
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PostSubject: Re: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 21:38

There is a mention of him here. So yes he did serve during the Zulu War.


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PostSubject: Re: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 21:39

Lieutenant Edward Henry Vere Haldane (1857-86); commissioned Ensign 88th Foot, 1878; Lieutenant 1880; transferred 30th Punjab Infantry, 1882, he later became a Wing Officer; attached to the Indian Transport Department for service during the War in Egypt; died at Bareilly, India.

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PostSubject: Re: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 21:43

Is me I think. So did he serve in the Zulu War.
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PostSubject: Re: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 22:09

Lieutenants M G Moore, D T Hammond, D J N Webb , C E Wyncoll, A G G Elton, E H V Haldane and F S H Rickards served with the Regiment throughout its various operations in the Zulu War.
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PostSubject: Re: (Lieut. E.H.V. Haldane. 88th Foot.   Thu 22 Mar 2012 - 22:59

Thanks for the quick response.. Salute

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South Africa Medal 1877-1879, 1 clasp, 1879. Lieutenant Edward Henry Vere Haldene, 88th Foot £2,450.00

"Edward Henry Vere Haldene was born 11th December 1857.
First saw service with the Royal Monmouth Engineers Militia and enlisted in 1876, as a Sub- Lieutenant. 2nd Lieutenant.1st May 1878. Bombay Staff Corps 19th October 1882, Q. master 9th April 1883, died 20th July 1886 aged 30 at Barreilly, India. 

Makinnon & Shadbolts South African Campaign of 1879 lists 2nd Lieutenant Haldane and states that he served with the 88th regiment (Connaught Rangers) throughout its various operations in the Zulu War.
The Regimental History by Jourdain & Fraser has a named photo of 14 officers of the regiment at Fort Tenedos including Lieutenant Haldane"
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