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 Pte. H. Woodward 80th Regiment, killed in action at Intombi

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PostSubject: Pte. H. Woodward 80th Regiment, killed in action at Intombi   Sun Jan 19, 2014 1:35 pm

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Pte. H. Woodward 80th Regiment, killed in action at Intombi - Memorial Inscription (Barnton, Cheshire)
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PostSubject: Herbert Woodward    Sun Jan 19, 2014 10:26 pm

Pte 1605 Herbert Woodward E Co , Born Barnton , Lancashire , Enlisted Liverpool 10/ 1 / 71Age 18 yrs , Joined Regt at Belfast 16 / 1/ 71 , Description Eyes Blue , Hair Brown , Complexion Fresh , Ht 5ft 7ins , Trade Labourer , Religion ( missing ) , Served in E Co , Killed in action 12 / 3 / 79 Intombi River South Africa , Effects claimed by his Father , Goerge , residing at Barton Cheshire.
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