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PostSubject: Major F. M. E. Vibart    Fri Sep 14, 2018 12:27 am

Major F. M. E. Vibart served inthe Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881.Served witti the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp).
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PostSubject: Re: Major F. M. E. Vibart    Fri Sep 14, 2018 9:58 am

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PostSubject: Re: Major F. M. E. Vibart    Fri Sep 14, 2018 12:24 pm

"MEREDITH JAMES’ BROTHER FRANCIS ELLIOT VIBART

Birth of Francis Elliot Vibart and of his son Francis Meredith Edmund: familysearch.

India Office file: IOR/L/MIL/10/47/413 says only that he was in the 5th Cavalry. I saw an index for a burial record in the India Office family history section: Bengal 1848.

Francis Elliot’s widow Frances went to live with her mother, Frances Abbott: they are on the census in 1861 and 1871 together, in Blandford Square Marylebone. Frances Abbott died in 1880.

Divorce proceedings between Francis Meredith Edmund Vibart and wife Evelyn Fanny:

Times Tues 25 May 1886 p4 Law Notices, cases being heard today include: Vibart v Vibart.

Evelyn Fanny Vibart married Swainson Howden Akroyd only a few weeks after the divorce had been granted. Francis Meredith Vibart’s daughter Violet Vibart lived with her mother and her mother’s second husband until her marriage. In 1904 she married Bernard Cunliffe Foster of Duncote Hall Towcester, who died very shortly after the day of the 1911 census.Meredith Edmund Vibart had died, in Manchester, in 1898"
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PostSubject: Major F.M.E. Vibart    Fri Sep 14, 2018 12:57 pm

More detail on Vibart's service in the AZW . Capt F.M.E.Vibart served during the second phase of the zulu war . Horsed and equipped the two guns which took the place of those lost at Isandlwana . Commanded the RA at Forts Marshall and Evelyn on the line of communications. Commanded the R.A. of Baker - Russell's Column in the North of Zululand .
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