Burial ground, Lower Tugela, Natal [i.e. KwaZulu-Natal], 1879 - 1880
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206 x 136 mm. Showing the graves of other ranks at Fort Pearson or Fort Tenedos, the wooden crosses shaded by two trees. These men were probably killed by disease rather than in action. Legible inscriptions on the crosses are as follows: Private N. Jones, 'D' Coy, 99 D.E. Regt. (Duke of Edinburgh's Lanarkshire), died 3 March 1879; W.J. Lumar of H.M.S. 'Tenedos', died at Fort Tenedos 31 January 1879; Private W. Painter, 'D' Coy. 99 D.E. Regt. Died 13 March 1879 aged 20; Private C. Baden, 'D' Coy 99 D.E. Regt. Died 2 March 1879 aged 20.
- 1879 - 1880
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