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Crealock states in the court of inquiry that he lost his notebook. How important would the information contained in this notebook have been relating to Isandlwana? Do other member’s think that the notebook was lost or disposed of intentionally. I'm
Lieutenant-Colonel J. North Crealock, Died 26th April 1895 Rawalpindi, buried in the Littleham Parish Churchyard, Bideford, Devon, England. Memorial Window, Roman Catholic Church, Bideford, Devon, England Photo's Provide by 1879Graves
Hi All . For those who may remember the Crealock Medals up for sale last year . I checked the site today and they are gone . So it seems they finally sold , the last price I saw was 9,250 Pds . cheers 90th.
I came across a conversation regarding the killing of the wounded Zulus after the Battle of Rorkes Drift. The person who stated the conversation, firmly believes that what took place was a War Crime. Most probably what did take place was, but was it done
Does anyone know if it's true that Lord Chelmsford and Crealock took a long coach ride together after the Battle of Isandlwana. I'm not sure where they travel from or where they were going but it was a lengthy journey. It could well have been on their way
Crealock evidently like to paint, as anyone got images of his work. Or a link to any of his work. But all accounts he painted very well. Would be interested to see any of his work Before the Zulu War, During, and after.
Lieutenant-Colonel J. North Crealock, Acting Military Secretary. the third son of William Belton Crealock, was born on 21 May 1836 and in 1849 followed his brothers to Rugby School. On 13 October 1854 his father purchased for him the rank of Ensign in the