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PostSubject: Lt Col Northey grave rededication   Tue Dec 05, 2017 11:26 pm

Just found this event on locally to me this weekend with a service to be held at the grave site of Lt.Col Northey killed at Gingindlovu. Didn’t realise his grave was on my doorstep. More info on the “What’s On In Epsom” Facebook page.

“EVENT: This Saturday 9th December, Zulu royalty will join members of the Northey family in rededicating the restored grave of a Zulu War officer at Epsom’s cemetery in Ashley Road. So in a unique ceremony of reconciliation, it will be able to bring together the families of those fighting on both sides on that fateful day.”
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PostSubject: Re: Lt Col Northey grave rededication   Wed Dec 06, 2017 12:46 pm

Phil,

Take a look at http://www.1879zuluwar.com/t9560-service-of-re-dedication-of-the-grave-of-lt-col-fv-northey?highlight=Northey

The members of the Zulu Royal House who are attending are descendants of Prince Dabulamanzi kaMpande, I have a meeting with them on Friday. Hopefully they should be able to resolve your other query regarding the inDuna at Rorke’s Drift, if it is contained within their oral history.

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JY
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