Interesting this one, and difficult but finally sorted Frederick George 17 Lcrs No. 1574 and John Lounds Style 17 Lcrs No.1971 were cousins their fathers were brothers.
Frederick George born Melcombe Regis, weymouth Dorset 1847. By the 1851 census the family were living in Bath as Coachbuilders. Attested 17Lcrs 8 Aug 1874, discharged 7 Aug 1886 12 yrs served as Sgt in Zulu War. 1901 census Taunton he is a widower employed as a Coachbuilder [this was the family trade dating back to 1841]. 1911 census St John Sreet, Bath he is a Tobacconist. Dying in Bath in 1913.
John Lounds Style 17 Lcrs, attested 11 Dec 1876, baptised 8 July 1859 in Melcombe Regis, his father Thomas was also in the Family Buisness of Coachbuilding, to 17th Lcrs 12 Dec 1876, to S Africa 26 Feb 1879 Natal 6 April 1879, Zulu War, 17 Oct 79 to India arriving 11 Nov 1879, his papers now read resigned giving the dates 30 Nov 1880 to 30 June 1881, then they state continued Private from 1 July 1881 until he is discharged at Gosport 31 Jan 1889, 12 yrs the one year absence has been deducted from his total service. There is also a 1924 Royal Hospital pension stamp, so i presume he was still alive about this date, the only records i find are Electoral rolls for Durham from 1923 to 1928 then a probate record for a John Style dying 19 Nov 1929 in Southampton.