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PostSubject: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyWed May 06, 2015 4:21 pm



I hope the link works

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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyWed May 06, 2015 7:44 pm

Ciroferrara,

Personally I would say not. According to F.W.D. Jackson the photograph was taken in 1872, I believe Anstey joined the battalion in 1873.

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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyWed May 06, 2015 8:07 pm

It looks uncannily like him to me :S i can pick out a few of the chaps in the photo but not all.
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PostSubject: Is this Lt.E.O. Anstey   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyWed May 06, 2015 9:02 pm

I believe Anstey's hair was more Curlier than the Chap in the link ? .
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyWed May 06, 2015 9:30 pm

90th,

You mean like this?

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As opposed to this?

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PostSubject: Is this Lt.E.O. Anstey ?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 1:47 am

Hi JY.
Got into Durban last night . Yes , that picture was exactly what I was thinking of .
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 11:49 am

The shape of the ears, the rounding of the chin and the slight drooping of the eye lids are the same?
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 1:18 pm

I agree there is a likeness. Do we know when in 1873 he joined the regiment?

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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 3:17 pm

Hi Steve

9th March 1873, From Army List 1878.

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PostSubject: Is this Lt.E.O.Anstey    Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 3:46 pm

I'm not sure the Chin is the same ?? . But I'm no expert in facial recognition ! .
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 4:22 pm

Hi Gary - glad you've arrived safely - keep up the commentary!

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I have a record of you posting the group photo some time ago as part of a different discussion on RDVC. You noted then that it must have been taken between March 1872 because Cavaye has joined and March 1873 because of the presence of Corcor.  

Based on Graves note from the Army List, could it just about be E O Anstey I wonder?

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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 5:19 pm

Ive spotted porteous, melville, mostyn but which chap is cavaye? im still convinced its anstey
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PostSubject: Is this Lt E.O.Anstey    Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 5:59 pm

Hi Steve
Got some books today Steve at a decent price , very happy . Off to the Durban Natural History Museum tomorrow , hopefully . Isandlwana Saturday . Weather today 24 deg and sunny , you cant beat that .
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90th are you able to send photo's from where you are. It would be easier to post the photo's in small numbers rather than 500 odd.
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Sorry Admin , no clue , sorry .
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 10:23 pm

90th,

Take it easy if Mrs 90th is with you!

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I've number all in the group here but stick with those I know, hopefully the numbers are legible:
1: Lt. F. P. Porteous - K.I.A. Isandlwana.
2: Capt. G. V. Wardell - K.I.A. Isandlwana.
3: Lt. C. W. Cavaye - K.I.A. Isandlwana.
4: Major H. J. Hitchcock (who took the name Degacher), commanded 2nd/24th in Zulu Campaign.
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1: Lt-Col. R. T. Glyn - please note Glyn is wearing a single crown indicating the rank of Lt.-Colonel, again this is a good date indicator as he was promoted to Colonel on 13th February 1872.
2: Lt. T. Melvill, K.I.A. Fugitives' Drift, Natal, awarded the Victoria Cross.
3: Hon. Major F. F. White, K.I.A. Isandlwana.
4: Capt. W. M. Dunbar, served initially as a Major in 1879 with 2nd/24th, subsequently assumed command of 1st/24th during the Zulu Campaign.
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyThu May 07, 2015 10:46 pm

Mister Young,
There is Major Upcher on the photohraphy....
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Ah Mostyn is number 12
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Hi JY
Luckily no Mrs 90th on THIS trip ! .
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90th,

What books have you picked-up?

Ciroferrara,

No that's the chap which David Jackson stated was a Chillianwala survivor. I believe that might be Quartermaster William Charters.

Can you confirm the receipt of my PM?

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By-the-way in 1872 Mostyn was in the 2nd Battalion, rather than the 1st Battalion according to the Army List.
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Hi JY
Tylden's ; ' Armed Forces Of Sth Africa ' , Smails; ' Historical Monuments & Battlefields in Natal & Zululand ' with it's dust jacket ! , Laband's ; ' Buffalo Border 1879 ' , Morrison's ; Durban A Pictorial History ' , the following are readily available , a Hard cover ' Capt Carey's Blunder , and Knight's ; Osprey Zulu War 1879 ; Twilight of a warrior nation , excellent prices so I got those two , I have a paperback Carey's Blunder . Saw some of the rarer books but I have them already , I didnt check their prices ie , Sonia Clark's Zululand at war , Crealock's ; The road to ulundi , among others whose titles escape me .
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John Young wrote:
90th,

What books have you picked-up?

Ciroferrara,

No that's the chap which David Jackson stated was a Chillianwala survivor.  I believe that might be Quartermaster William Charters.  

Can you confirm the receipt of my PM?

John Y.

By-the-way in 1872 Mostyn was in the 2nd Battalion, rather than the 1st Battalion according to the Army List.

About Mostyn, number 12 ( the first photo)?
By the way, There are two photographies of thé 2nd battalion un India c.1871 with pope, pulleine, younghusband, church, bannister, sugden...
Mostyn is not on these two photographies...
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Upcher number five the first photography?
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptySun May 10, 2015 12:16 am

Ymob,

Yes I go along with Russell Upcher based on the image in Gon's book as No. 5.

William Mostyn had very large chin dimple where as No. 12 lacks one.

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Ymob,

Yes I go along with Russell Upcher based on the image in Gon's book as No. 5.

William Mostyn had very large chin dimple where as No. 12 lacks one.

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Bonsoir Mister Young,
Thank you very much for your answer.
For SNOOK ("likes Wolves on the fold" / Ron Sheeley collection), HARRISSON is the eighth from left (standing)
Sorry, i can't see his  number "in red" on your photography.
What is your opinion?
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Mister Young,

The Chillianwala survivor might be Quartermaster CHARTERS? Or, The Chillianwala survivor and CHARTERS are not the same man (the man between Glyn and Dunbar)?.
Sorry if i didn't understand your sentence in your post.
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptySun May 10, 2015 10:36 pm

Frédéric,

Sorry it is the subtlety that you might not understand.  I have use italics to indicate that my assumption was a conjecture, although Charters is a plausible answer.

Obviously Dr. Snook had ready access to the archives at Brecon, so if he identifies the officer standing behind Glyn, and to Melvill's right as Harrisson, I presume he has concluded his findings based on photographic evidence.  However, he does also identify the officer as 'Mostyn', who I do not believe to be Mostyn due to the absence his chin cleft.  Even the engravers of The Graphic & Illustrated London News included this physical feature.

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Mr Young,

About Mostyn, actually, i noticed his chin dimple in the engraving of him in your book "they fell like stones" (from "the illustrated London News" i suppose ? / I.E: I have read before the note about "the illustrations") and in others photographies of him.
About William CHARTERS:
I understood that your assumption was a conjoncture.
In others words, my question was about his presence or not at Chillianwala.
I searched his name in "the historial record of the 24th (...)" from Patton (and others).
His name is not in the list of the Officers in 1842, 1858 and 1865.
His name appears for the first time in the 1872 list as Quartermaster.
As you know, a Quartermaster could be a NCO before being promoted Quartermaster, as Pullen and Bloomfield in the 24th or M.J Kenny in the Connaught Rangers.
Thank you for your patience.
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyMon May 11, 2015 8:48 am

William CHARTERS, a veteran of Chillianwallah (13 January 1849), was commissioned as Quartermaster from Sergeant Major on 18 July 1862. He enlisted in 24th on 5 June 1844 and retired as a Captain on 30 June 1877. I believe he went to Canada and acted as a Army Paymaster for other British Army veterans who had emigrated there.
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PostSubject: Re: Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey?   Is this Lt. Edgar Oliphant Anstey? EmptyMon May 11, 2015 11:10 am

Kenny wrote:
William CHARTERS, a veteran of Chillianwallah (13 January 1849), was commissioned as Quartermaster from Sergeant Major on 18 July 1862. He enlisted in 24th on 5 June 1844 and retired as a Captain on 30 June 1877.  I believe he went to Canada and acted as a Army Paymaster for other British Army veterans who had emigrated there.

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Thank you very much.
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On left is Coghill and in uniform on right is Anstey (By Crewes and Son)

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