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PostSubject: C o m p t o n , T. B. (Maj. ret. pay.)   Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:18 am

C o m p t o n , T. B. (Maj. ret. pay.)—S, African War, 1879-81.—Zulu Campaign,—Battle of Ulundi. Medal with clasp. Transvaal Campaign. Defence of Standerton. Mentioned in Despatches. Operations on N. W. Frontierof India,lH97-S.—Operations
on the Samana; also with Tirah Exped. Force-Medal with 3 clasps.
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PostSubject: Compton T.E. 58TH Regt    Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:50 pm

Should be T.E.Compton ( not TB according to Mac & Shad ) Served with the Regt throughout the war , and was present at Ulundi .
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PostSubject: Re: C o m p t o n , T. B. (Maj. ret. pay.)   Fri Mar 10, 2017 4:31 pm

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Lt. Thomas Edward Compton, 58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment.
Photographed prior to embarkation, 1879.
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Compton attended Staff College in the class of 1889/90.
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Capt. T. E. Compton, 2nd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment.
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