I discovered this whilst researching Journals in library of Wales archives:
(Welsh Journals) Bye-Gones Nov 24 1897
The death took place at Penmaenmawr, on Sunday week, at the age of 55 of Lieutenant Colonel T Rainforth, late of the 1st Battalion 24th Fusiliers, now South Wales Borderers. Col. Rainforth whose father fought at Waterloo, and was military Knight at Windsor, joined the 24yh regiment in 1862, his commission being given him by the war office in consideration of his father's splendid service's, and he served in the Kaffir war of 1877-8, and the Zulu war of 1879. Colonel (then Captain) Rainforth s company was the only company of the 24th regiment which escaped annihilation at Isandlwana.