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PostSubject: Memorial window to Lt. H.C. Jenkins 17th Lancers who was severely wounded at Ulundi    Mon Mar 05, 2018 7:22 pm

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A photo of the memorial window to Lt. H.C. Jenkins 17th Lancers who was severely wounded at Ulundi
(Appledore Parish Church, Kent).

Big thanks to the Appledore Local History Society for the photo.

below, link  to a photo of Lt. H.C. Jenkins in the Royal Collection

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PostSubject: Re: Memorial window to Lt. H.C. Jenkins 17th Lancers who was severely wounded at Ulundi    Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:18 pm

The grave of H Jenkins has eventually been found in Appledore churchyard, photo attached courtesy of Appledore Local History Society
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