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PostSubject: Charles Edward Foster    Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:50 pm

"Charles Edward Foster was born on 1st September 1841 and was first commissioned as Ensign in the 58th Foot on 31st December 1858; Lieutenant, 23 November 1860; Captain, 29th March 1864; Major, 1st October 1877; Lieutenant Colonel, 1st July 1881; Colonel, 1 July 1885; Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding 2nd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment, April 1884 to July 1887; half-pay July 1886. He served with the 58th Foot during the Zulu War of 1879 in the advance of Newdigate’s Division on Ulundi. He commanded the two companies which built Fort Evelyn, and the garrison of the Fort from June to the conclusion of the war (Medal with clasp).
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