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PostSubject: Maxwell, William Henry Stopiord Heron   Mon Apr 27, 2015 10:32 pm

"Maxwell, William Henry Stopiord Heron - Aug., 1863— Dec, 1868 Latham. son. of E. Heron -Maxwell, Teviot Bank. b. June 14, 1852 R. Fusiliers. Zulu War. 1879, Despatches, Medal with Clasp. Boer War 1881. S.E. Scotland Artillery Mil. Lt.-Col., retired.
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PostSubject: Re: Maxwell, William Henry Stopiord Heron   Mon Apr 27, 2015 11:41 pm

He proceeded to Natal with Drafts, and served in that colony and the Transvaal during the latter part of the War.

Date of Birth - 14th June 1852
First Appointment - Sub Lieutenant - 7th Foot - 3rd August 1872
Lieutenant - Royal Fusiliers - 3rd August 1874
Captain - Royal Fusiliers (2nd Battalion) - 24th May 1883
Special Service, South Africa - June 1879 to 7th November 1879
South African War - 1879 - Zulu Campaign. Mentioned in Despatches. Medal with Clasp. - Transvaal Campaign, 1881. - Served with the Mounted Infantry Corps from 10th January 1881 to 10th January 1882.
Source ‘1884 Army List’ (p 418, 802 & 1293)
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