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PostSubject: south africa medal, 1/13th foot.   Fri May 30, 2014 12:25 pm

hi all. anyone out there who can help me. im trying to find information on a soldier who fought in the wars of 1878 and 1879.....36/194, pte. j. brown. 1/13th foot. Somersetshire regiment. I found two john brown`s with the regiment at "the raglan barracks" Devonport census 1881. kind regards to all.joe. found his service records on ancestry ww1 pensions....194 pte john brown 1/13th foot, born antim 1854 joined the royal antrim rifles 1871 then 13th foot 1874 at Belfast.served south Africa 1878 and 1879 [medal with clasp 1878-9]. discharged taunton somerset 1886 after 12years service. 1901 royal hospital Chelsea 1909 in or out ???? hope to find more on his later life. regards joe
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