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PostSubject: Grave of Capt. H. Church 2/24th    Sun Aug 02, 2015 10:12 pm

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Grave of Capt. H. Church 2/24th (thanks to Carol Davies Foster for photo/Rai England for info)
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PostSubject: Re: Grave of Capt. H. Church 2/24th    Sun Aug 02, 2015 11:21 pm

"Hugh Backhouse Church was born in Leitrim, Ireland, about 1842, and was assigned to the 24th Foot in 1863 as an instructor of musketry. He was a captain at by the time of the Zulu War in 1879. He retired from active duty with the rank of major by 1881, when he was living with his cousin at Brooks Mansion in Abergavenny. But, soon thereafter he and his wife joined the "English Colony" on Lake Conway, near Orlando, Florida. Here they were the organizers of an annual regatta until 1895, when the "Great Freeze" destroyed their citrus grove and forced them to return to Wales. Colonel [sic] Hugh Backhouse Church of Halidon House, Abergavenny, was listed as a magistrate for Monmouthshire as late as 1906."
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