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 Private 2662 George Thomas Langridge, 2nd 24th

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PostSubject: Private 2662 George Thomas Langridge, 2nd 24th   Fri Feb 13, 2015 10:54 pm

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Listed on the Medal Roll but not entitled to 1879 Clasp
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PostSubject: Re: Private 2662 George Thomas Langridge, 2nd 24th   Sat Feb 14, 2015 6:08 pm

His SA medal has no clasp - which suggests he never made it to Zululand. Although C Company 2/24th clerk - Cpl John Bassage - has 2262 Langridge G on his Company roll dated June 1879.
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