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PostSubject: Replacement Officers for The 24th   Thu Apr 04, 2013 2:06 pm

“War Office, Pall Mall, March 25.
Second Lieutenant Hugh O’Donnell, from the 8th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Teignmouth Melvill, killed in action;
Second Lieutenant Arnold Wilson Birch, from the 11th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Francis Pender Porteous, killed in action;
Second Lieutenant Alfred Cranworth Worlledge, from the 69th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Charles D’Aguilar Pope, killed in action;
Second Lieutenant John Douglas Montagu Williams, from the 8th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Charles Walter Cavaye, killed in action;
Second Lieutenant William Cecil Godfrey, from the 104th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Nevill Josiah Aylmer Coghill, killed in action;
Second Lieutenant Percy Tatham Armitage, from the 76th Foot, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Lieutenant Edgar Oliphant Antsey, killed in action;
Lieutenant Thomas Leigh Hare, from the Prince of Wales’ Own Norfolk Artillery Militia, to be second lieutenant, in succession to Sub-Lieutenant Thomas Llewelyn George Griffith, killed in action;
Lieutenant Morden Ewart Carthew-Yorstoun, from the Scottish Borderers Militia, to be second lieutenant, vice Edward Hopton Dyson, killed in action.
Lieutenant Robert Scott-Kerr, from the Scottish Borderers Militia, to be second lieutenant, vice Reginald William Franklin, promoted.
Lieutenant Lionel George Henry D’Aguilar, from the 1st West York Militia, to be second lieutenant, vice William Weallens, promoted.
Lieutenant Reginald Campbell, from the King’s Own 1st Stafford Militia, to be second lieutenant, vice William Whitelocke Lloyd, promoted.
Lieutenant Percy Knight Hale Coke, from the 2nd or North Durham Militia, to be second lieutenant, vice Lionel Gore Lennox Dobree, promoted.
Gentleman Cadet Anderson Lindsay Kelly, from the Royal Military College, to be second lieutenant, vice Arthur Barre Phipps, promoted.”
(Source: The Morning Post, Wednesday, March 26, 1879)


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PostSubject: Replacement Officers for the 24th    Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:28 pm

Lt's Arnold Wilson Burch , Hugh O'Donnell , Alfred Cranworth Worledge joined the Batt in June , and served with it to the conclusion of the war , Being in the 2 / 24th.
2nd Lt's Thomas Leigh Hare , Percy Tathum Amitage also joined the Batt in June , and served with it to the conclusion of the war , being in the 2 / 24th .
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PostSubject: Repacement Officers for the 24th    Thu Apr 04, 2013 10:49 pm

2nd Lt's John Douglas Montagu Williams , Cecil William Godfrey , Morden Ewart Carthew - Yorston ( 67th Regt ) served with the 1 /24TH , throughout the latter phase of the war , taking part in the MARCH to Ulundi . From Mack & Shad .
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PostSubject: Replacement Officers for the 24th    Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:24 pm

2nd Lt Reginald Campbell served with the 1/24th , throughout the latter phase of the war , taking part in the March to Ulundi .
Lt William Whitelock Lloyd served with the 1 / 24th , under Capt Rainforth at Greytown and Helpmakaar , and was present at
the battle of Ulundi .

Lt's Robert Scott - Kerr ( Gren Gds ) , Lionel George Henry D'aguilar served with the 2 / 24th , joining the Batt in June , and served with it to the conclusion of the war .

Lt William Weallens ( 1 / 24th ) , Listed in 2 / 24th was with the Regt throughout the campaign .
Lt Lionel Gore Lennox Dobree ( Retired ) 2 / 24th served with the Batt , till the end of April .
Lt Arthur Barre Phipps was transferred to the 1st Batt after the battle of Isandlwana , and subsequently acted as Orderly Officer
to Colonel Glyn during the advance of the 2nd Divis ; was present at the battle of Ulundi ( Severely Wounded ) .
As usual from Mack and Shad .
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PostSubject: Replacement Officers for the 24th    Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:43 pm

Lt Reginald William Franklin died at Helpmakaar on the 20th Feb 1879 , was present at the storming of Sihayo's Kraal , on the 22nd was absent from Isandlwana as he was with Chelmesford . After returning to the camp the night of the massacre , Franklin was attacked by Fever a fortnight later , and was removed to Helpmakaar in the hope that a change and a purer atmosphere might restore him . Unfortunately it didnt help . Suspect .
I couldnt find Gentleman Cadet , Anderson Lindsay Kelly or Percy Knight Hale Coke in Mack & Shad , so it seems they werent sent to South Africa for service in the zulu war ? .
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