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PostSubject: Just how many were there!   Mon Jul 15, 2013 3:18 pm

Does anyone know, just how many men were sent from the battlefield of Isandlwana to warn others of the Disaster!
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PostSubject: Re: Just how many were there!   Mon Jul 15, 2013 4:00 pm

Hi Dave
There was the 9 oclock (aprox) that said there were sightings to the left front. Then a message was sent after Gardiner arrived, Gardner added to that message. Thats all from isandlwana itself, there were many sent of from Brown though. 3 possibly 4 I think.
Ive heard it mentioned that Durnford sent of a message while on the retreat, but thats all it has been just a mention.

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PostSubject: Re: Just how many were there!   Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:14 pm

Dave, do you mean message sent, or men sent to take the messages to RD helpmakker
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PostSubject: Re: Just how many were there!   Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:15 pm

Springbok apoligies i should have made myself more clear.

I was reading that Coghill left the Battle field to warn those at Rorkes Drift. How many others either stopped at RD gave the message a rode on, and how many after the battle stated they had left to give the warning?
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