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PostSubject: Crocker Lovell - Baker Pennell - Ass Comm - Gen    Thu Apr 11, 2013 9:13 pm

Crocker born on the 18th February 1836 in Mauritius to Lovell & Margaret Pennell who had seven children in total.

CLBP of the Army Commissariat, Canada (Late Commissary Ass Comm - Gen at Ward's Landing ??? DNRM :Salute), Jamaica, South Africa & Hong Kong.

In 1859 he married Emily May Streward the daughter of the Rector Thomas Stewart of Jamaica & had six children.

In 1866 he became the Deputy Assistance Commissary General, Jamaica.

1877 - 8 he took part in the Zulu War - Assistance Commissary General -

On the 16th March 1881 he had a yachting accident at Port Solant, Southampton, Hampshire which resulted in him drowning.
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PostSubject: Pennell , Crocker Lovell - Baker    Thu Apr 11, 2013 10:31 pm

Hi Shackleton .
Pennell's Medal as you posted is indeed Clasped 77-78 , which possibly means he may not have taken part in the actual zulu war which was 1879 . He isnt listed in Mack & Shad which covers the Service records of all the officers who took part in the 1879 Conflict .
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