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PostSubject: William Mendenhall   Sun Jul 10, 2016 11:14 pm

William Mendenhall

Birthdate: January 30, 1861  
Birthplace: Natal, South Africa        
Death: Died January 22, 1879 in Isandlwana          
Cause of death: Died in battle, Zulu War  

Place of Burial:
Isandlwana, South Africa

Immediate Family:
Son of William Mendenhall and Louisa Mendenhall
Brother of Edward George Mendenhall; Laura Grace Andrews and Helen Elliott
Half brother of William Mendenhall; Mary Ann James; Kate Mendenhall and Emily Fletcher

Occupation: Natal Carbineer

"William Mendenhall, the eldest son of William Mendenhall and second wife Louisa Dickinson, was born Jan. 30th, 1861and died in battle. He belonged to the Natal Carbineers, and was killed in the Battle of Isandlwana, on Jan. 22nd, 1879, in the Zulu War.

On the day William died, 23 members of the Natal Carbineers regiment perished in that battle. Most of the dead from all the British units were buried in common graves marked with "cairns" of rocks"


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PostSubject: William Meldenhall    Mon Jul 11, 2016 3:18 pm

The following from ' For God , Queen & Colony ' by Terry Sole
Meldenhall William , KIA Isandlwana 22/1/79 . Left Mother and Father . Father Invalid and aged . Shopman from Pietermaritzburg .
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