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    PostSubject: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyWed Dec 30, 2015 7:13 pm

    Hello everyone. New to this (my first post), so please excuse me if I don't follow the usual protocols, but I'll do my best!

    I'm trying to track down a decent photo of Lt A C Worlledge from G Company, 2/24th. There is a photo in "Nothing Remains but to Fight" in which he is noted (page 40/41) - is he the officer sitting to the right (as we look at the photo) of the crossed swords?

    Any ideas of other available photos? I can't find anything else.

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    PostSubject: Re: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyTue Jan 05, 2016 7:14 pm

    Good evening,
    Just to confirm that the officer sitting to the right of the swords is captioned as Lieutenant A.C. Wortlege (Worlledge according to the Noble 24th). Maybe some of the more learned gentlemen on here may know of the were about of any other photos. He transferred to the Army Pay Department in 1886.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyWed Jan 06, 2016 9:00 pm

    Army pay Department, Paymaster and Honorary Captain A. C. Worlledge is granted the honorary rank of Major. 'Dated 28th June, 1896.
    THE LONDON GAZETTE, JULY 3, 1896,

    The South Wales Borderers, Major Smith Byrom Royds retires from the Service, receiving a gratuity. Dated 24th February, 1886. The promotions to the rank of Major of Captains E. S. Browne, V.C., and H. G. Mainwaring, . and to the rank of Captain of Lieutenant A. C. Worlledge are antedated to 2nd November, 1885, in succession to Major H. B. Moffat seconded.
    THE LONDON GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 23, 1886
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    PostSubject: Re: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyWed Jan 06, 2016 10:08 pm

    Doe's anyone know where this chap is buried?
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    Ulundi. Penport Churchyard Breconshire.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyThu Jan 07, 2016 12:06 am

    His entry in 'The Noble 24th' is incorrect - Alfred Cromwell Worlledge - should be Alfred Cranworth Worlledge. He died at Salisbury 24.12.1903. Newspaper reports at the time of his death suggest that he was at Ulundi in July 1879 but that could be incorrect. He married a local Brecon young lady - Annabella Mary Garnons Williams.
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    News Paper 30th December 1903.
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    PostSubject: Re: Lt A C Worlledge   Lt A C Worlledge EmptyFri Jan 15, 2016 12:02 pm

    Thanks for your help, everyone. Much appreciated.

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