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Would this uniform had been worn during the Zulu War or the Boerwar. (Can't make out the officers names) From left to right Standing Row: Qr. Master Lyle, Capt. W.S. Shepstone, Capt. C.E. Taunton, Capt. D. McKenzie, Lieut. C.G. Willson, Lieut.
Came across this nice Photo of the Natal Carbineers with Five Zulu War Veterans, wearing their medal. Photo from angloboerwar.com
There a nice item about young Trooper Fred Jackson, Who died at Isandlwana.. http://pmbhistory.co.za/?showcontent&global%5B_id%5D=132
Hi. Does anyone have any information relating to the Natal Native Pioneers? Looking for what their roll was during the Zulu War. If possible names of officers connected to this unit. Dave.
The Natal Mounted Police The Natal Mounted Police (NMP) was formed in 1874 and lasted until 1894, when Natal became a self-governing Colony and its law-enforcement agencies were amalgamated to become the Natal Police. The NMP was a paramilitary
"Natal Native Contingent early in the battle broke and fled, leaving a gap in the defence line, 300 yards (275 m) wide." Just a few questions to feed my brain. Well was left of it.! Were all the members of the NNC at Isandlwana armed with
Hi All In 1850 a certain Daniel Burton Scott immigrated from Caister Castle, Norfolk, England to Natal where he settled eventually in Pietermaritzburg, later to being elected as Mayor of the City. Three of his sons were to serve in the Anglo Zulu War o