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PostSubject: This section is dedicated to the Keynsham Light Horse   Wed Aug 23, 2017 4:19 pm

"The Keynsham Light Horse were enthusiasts dedicated to the location of memorials and headstones to those involved in the Anglo Zulu War of 1879. The fruits of that labour are presented on this site with over 1 380 such memorials and headstones online. Such battles as Isandlwana, Rorke's Drift, Hlobane, Gingindlovu, Khambula and Ulundi are the framework of the Anglo Zulu War of 1879." Unfortunately the location of the graves are unknown. If any one can add information please drop me a PM

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Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England

Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England

Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England

Church of The Holy Sepulchre, Northampton, Northamptonshire, England

Second Lieutenant ACB Mynors Died of Disease, Fort Pearson, Natal, 25 April 1879
Family Plaque. Parish Church, Evancoyd, Evenjobb, Powys, Wales.

Second Lieutenant AC Bolton Mount Jerome Cemetery Dublin, Eire.

Major AF Terry Place of Death. Bath Somerset, England. On Winchester Memorial Cremated Golder's Green,
London, England

Captain AH Bircham.Grave, Brookwood Cemetery, Woking, Surrey, England

Second Lieutenant A R Hill (Later changed to Hill-Walker) Later Awarded the Victoria Cross Grave, Maunby Parish Churchyard, Yorkshire, England

Major A Tufnell Grave, Locksbrook Cemetery, Bath, Somerset, England

Second Lieutenant CB Pigott Memorial Tablet Winchester Cathedral, Winchester, Hampshire, England

Captain And Brevet Major CE Foster Grave, Hove Cemetery, Hove, East Sussex, England

Captain CH Smith Grave, St Helen's Parish Churchyard, Hangleton, Sussex, England

Lieutenant C Michell Memorial Window, Family Plaque and Grave, Forcett, Yorkshire, England

Captain CP Cramer Grave. Ryde Cemetery,Isle of Wight, England.

Captain RC Robinson Grave. St Michael's Churchyard, Camberley, Surrey, England

Lieutenant CRB Thorne Grave. Bathwick Cemetery, Bath, Somerset, England

Second Lieutenant DGR Ryder Family vault and personal inscription Hemel Hempstead Parish Churchyard
Hertfordshire, England

Lieutenant EW Herbert,Plaque above Family Vault, Wrockwardine Parish Church, Shropshire, England

Paymaster EC Haynes Grave. Bridge, Kent, England.

Captain EL Fraser Grave, Shere Parish Churchyard, Surrey, England

Lieutenant EP Lovegrove Grave, Bournemouth Cemetery,Dorset, England

Lieutenant And Adjutant EOH Wilkinson Died following the Battle of Ingogo 8th February 1879 Memorial. Graveley Parish Church, Hertfordshire, England.

Lieutenant ETH Hutton Grave. Lyne Parish Churchyard, Surrey, England On Winchester Memorial Window, Church Interior

29B/61 W Fricker Unmarked grave Brighton Extra Mural Cemetery, East Sussex, England

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel EV Northey Original Grave, Gingindlovu, kwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

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