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PostSubject: Location of grave : Lt. F. Scott Natal Carbineers   Tue Oct 10, 2017 9:03 am

Thanks I knew his grave was there but could not find it last time I was there I am going in January
of the 2 graves pictured which one is it do you have a close up photo please.

Are you able Tim to give me the directions to Scott burial plot So I can find it and take some close up photos please I have been there before so I know where Theophilus Shepstone grave is and the Colenso"s so if you can give me the directions from either of the above reference points

Thanks again
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PostSubject: Re: Location of grave : Lt. F. Scott Natal Carbineers   Tue Oct 10, 2017 8:49 pm

Lt. Scott's grave is the large toppled one in the centre - unfortunately it seems that the headstone remains in this position so I'm not sure how much of the inscription you'll be able to see (if my memory serves correctly, the grave to the right is his brother Daniel who also served during the Zulu War with the Natal Carbineers).

I'll try to get some rough directions to you shortly, just need to ask a contact of mine who found the memorial for me - I did enquire into the possibility of the stone being turned around, but I think it's such a big memorial that this seems unlikely.


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