94th Regiment Anglo-Zulu War 1879-1881 Memorial

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Reference WMO/292183


Royal Garrison Church of All Saints

Farnborough Road


GU11 1QA


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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Board/Plaque/ Tablet
  • Metal Brass
Lettering: Incised
  • Egypt and the Sudan (1882-1899)
  • Zulu Wars (1879)
About the memorial: 94th Regiment brass memorial plaque commemorating those who died in South Africa 1879-1881 and in the Egyptian campaign 1882.
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To the memory of Lieut Col P R Anstruther, Capt S N McL Nairne, Capt James MacSwiney, Lieutenant and Adjutant H A C Harrison, who fell in action on 20 Dec 1880; also of 78 non-commd officers and men who fell in action and 60 non-commd officers and men who died at Bronkhorst Spruit, Transvaal and during the South African campaigns of 1879-80 and 1881. Also of Capt G R S Bowlby who died from wounds received from a Leopard, and Capt and Paymaster J Mitchell Elliot who was treacherously murdered by the Boers. Also of Captain A N Jones who fell at Tel-el-Kabir Sep 13th 1882 whilst on special service in the Egyptian expedition. This tablet is erected by the present and former officers of the 94th Regiment.

P R Anstruther S N McL Nairne James MacSwiney H A C Harrison G R S Bowlby J Mitchell Elliot A N Jones

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