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PostSubject: He was buried where ?    Thu Apr 11, 2013 1:56 pm

HI all

And my maternal grandfather, the Captain Lambert of the fourth outfielders of the imperial guard of Napoleon II, he was buried where ?

The Zulus have nothing indicated ?There are many funerals specialists, on this forum, may be there is one who has an idea ? ...

I contacted websites Zulu to open a subscription to perform searches ...

In my opinion he was buried sitting in a hole in Ulundi.In 2 weeks I recovered € 120 000 on my account, I think it should be enough to start one of these days ...

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Thu Apr 11, 2013 6:18 pm

Am I missing something scratch
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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Fri Apr 12, 2013 7:16 am

No, Dave, you have nothing missed this story is very famous! ...
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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Fri Apr 12, 2013 10:10 pm

Found him....

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:31 am

Pascal I have no wish to disrespect your ancestors...............but. Ray :p;: :p;: :p;: :p;: :p;: :p;:
I am genuinly laughing like hell. Thats the funniest come back Ive seen in years. :p;: :p;:

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Sat Apr 13, 2013 8:16 am

This was an officer of the Voltigeurs of the Guard of Napoleon III, not a black and as he was French, many blacks and whites in South Africa currently are his descendants ... :p;: :p;: :p;: :p

Now without him, no victory possible at Isandhlwana for the Zulus, he died when he began to teach Zulu to not be afraid to shoot a gun, a few months, and have trained Zulu warriors as the voltigeurs imperial Guard ... Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Sat Apr 13, 2013 2:40 pm

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Sun Apr 14, 2013 7:32 am

Hi Ray63

No, No ! It's another, a Mr. Lambert, an officer ,a captain of the 4 th Regiment of Voltigeurs of the Imperial Guard of Napoleon III.

Ol was forced to flee , because he was accused of cheating at cards and was expelled from his regiment, but true ,it's because he is very, very very and too close to the Empress Eugenie (this is certainly the father of her Loulou) it is perhaps for this, Loulou wanted to serve Zululand ...

He decided to drown himself,but his godfather conviced him that it would be better to better to try his fortune in foreign land...

So he went to the Cap of Good Hope ,learned the native dialect and became a purveyor of ammunition to te zulus and after obtained a commission in the zulu royal army of which he finally became Induna in Chief.

He died in the service butitis said that to him te zulus qwe their knowledge of new military tactics for their victory at Isandhlwana...

This Mr Lambert was the father of my maternal grandfather , so that I have a lot of Zulu blood in the veins ...

This story was discovered and told by the Paris correspendent of the Tribune, a British newspaper ...

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PostSubject: Re: He was buried where ?    Wed Apr 24, 2013 6:43 am

I asked for volunteers to come dig with me Very Happy
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