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Maj. C. Cherry 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry, present with No.1 Column - Memorial Window (Bodmin) Photo By Tim Needham.
Lt. W. Cochrane 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry, survivor of Isandlwana & present at Hlobane, Khambula & Ulundi (Surbiton) Photo's by Tim Needham.
Neville Edmund Cornwall-Legh, Lieutenant, Royal Navy. After serving on HMS London on the East Coast of Africa where he distinguished himself, Cornwall-Legh was returning home when he volunteered for service in the Zulu War. Her majesty’s counsel at
Robert Vacy Ash was born on the 17th July 1845 at Stratton, Cornwall. He was the third son and fourth child of Robert Knott and Mary Ann Vacy. When he was born he was the third born son of the marriage, his elder brothers were Thomas and William, and he
Maj. H. Stabb 32nd (Cornwall) Light Infantry, present at Ulundi & responsible for marking the site of the death of the Prince Imperial Photo By Tim Needham.