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 Memorial to the 24th Regt Boys KIA Isandlwana 22nd Jan 1879

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PostSubject: Memorial to the 24th Regt Boys KIA Isandlwana 22nd Jan 1879   Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:48 pm

Memorial  to the 24th Regt Boys has been erected at Brecon

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"I would like to thank the current owners of Daniel Gordon's South Africa medal for their generous help in raising the money needed to produce the plaque, and also to Bill Cainan at Brecon for finding a suitable location and arranging for it to be erected"

Photo & Text by Tim Needham.
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PostSubject: Re: Memorial to the 24th Regt Boys KIA Isandlwana 22nd Jan 1879   Wed Jul 19, 2017 2:07 pm

Very nice.
Well done Tim.

And it's also good to see the correct English name of the regiment [24th (2nd Warwickshire) regiment] for a change, rather than the usual Welsh nonsense of it being called the swb.
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