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Life on board the transport ships 5 years 8 months ago #16926

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In a picture - Neptune ceremonies January 1902 on board the Victorian involving the 2nd Canadian Mounted rifles and the 10th Canadian Field Hospital.

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Life on board the transport ships 5 years 8 months ago #16927

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Program for A Smoker......

S.S. POMERANIAN - 24th FEBRUARY 1900

2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles.....




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From The Graphic, 11 August 1900. 'Back from the war: A group on board the SS Briton'

This must have been quite a journey with Lady Sarah Wilson on board.

Back row: Dr Cheatle, Captain Howard (East Kent Yeomanry)

Sir Charles Ross, Duke of Marlborough, Lord Edmund Talbot (11th Hussars), Mr Ford Barclay (Kitchener's Horse), Duke of Norfolk, Commander Fortescue RN, Mr Murray Guthrie MP

Mt Battersby (Morning Post), Captain Chaplin (10th Hussars), Lady Sarah Wilson, Major Nugent

Lieutenant Noble (Oxfordshire Yeomanry), Lady Arthur Grosvenor, Captain Davenport (ADC to Sir Alfred Milner)

Dr David Biggins
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