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PostSubject: Re: Brigadier General William Scott-Moncrief.    Sun Jul 16, 2017 12:15 pm

Brigadier General William Scott-Moncrieff of the 156th Brigade Lowland Division who lies in Twelve Tree
Copse Cemetery in Turkey. He was first commissioned in May 1878 and served in the Zulu War and Boer
War. Wounded at Spion Kop he came out of retirement in 1914 and fell on the 28th June 1915 aged 57
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