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PostSubject: Charles Clarke. Quartermaster   Sun Mar 03, 2013 1:26 pm

"Clarke. Charles appointed Quartermaster to the regiment21/12/1892. source, 'Death or Glory'. Listed as Quarter Master in 1897 Army List, p. 159.1896 army list, p. 159, 4year. as quartermaster on fullpay, Hon. 2nd Lieut. 21 Dec 1892. Served in Zulu War of 1879, present in the engagements at Zinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with clasp)"
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PostSubject: Charles Clarke    Sun Mar 03, 2013 10:19 pm

I went through the Forsyth Roll and found a C. Clarke 1529 Staff Sergeant 17th Lancers - Medal with 1879 Clasp , this was the rank he held during the Zulu War of 1879 , it does appear this is the chap whom Littlehand is referring to who became a Qtr Master
later in his Career .
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