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PostSubject: A Lancer reminiscences.    Sat 14 Feb 2015 - 22:20

A very interesting read. Overview of a Lancers movements from England to SA. Some on Isandlwana and the Prince imperial.

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PostSubject: A Lancer Reminiscences    Sun 15 Feb 2015 - 7:20

I think you'll find E.J.J.F who wrote that article is indeed Pte E.J.J.Flynn 2252 17th Lcrs , on the Roll , and entitled to Medal and Clasp 1879 .
I only read it quickly but he's in error with the two he named as dying with the PI. , those two chaps were Abel & Rogers , I think he mentions Willis ? , there was a Sgt Willis on that fateful Patrol who survived ! .
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