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 Captain George Conyers Baker Baker  of Elemore Captain 60th Rifles.

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PostSubject: Captain George Conyers Baker Baker  of Elemore Captain 60th Rifles.    Sun Jul 21, 2013 10:56 pm

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Plaque Baker Baker India etc. St. Laurence.
Place
HALLGARTH
Map ref
NZ 328435
Location
St. Lawrence’s Church
Changed Location
Which war
Various late 19th century wars


Inscription Reads! 
To the dear memory of 
George Conyers Baker Baker 
of Elemore
Captain 60th Rifles
Born June 5th 1857 
Died June 11th 1892 
at Mandalay, Upper Burmah. 
He served in the Zulu, 
Transvaal, Egyptian, 
and Soudan Wars, 1877 - 1884
He is laid to rest 
at Mandalay.

Pete. I'm sticking this in this section, on confirmation can you move it to the memorial section! Salute
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PostSubject: Capt George Conyers Baker Baker    Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:56 pm

Capt Baker served with the Batt , during the advance to , and relief of Eshowe , present at the battle of Ginghilovo ; he was invalided home from Ft Chelmesford . From Mack & Shad .
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