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Pte,Thomas Ponsonby Jackson, Border regiment. 1 month 3 weeks ago #52886

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This memorial is inside Aspatria [St.Kentigern] church.

Pte.Thomas Ponsonby Jackson, 7198. Border regiment.

Died of fever, Germiston, October 31st 1900.

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Pte,Thomas Ponsonby Jackson, Border regiment. 1 month 3 weeks ago #52887

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Very nice, deacs. What sort of area did the 3rd V.B. recruit from?

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Pte,Thomas Ponsonby Jackson, Border regiment. 1 month 3 weeks ago #52890

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Sorry Bernice I haven't got your answer I am afraid I know I have seen evidence that the Cockermouth area was the 1st VB so I will have a guess that the 3rd could be the Aspatria, Wigton area ?

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Pte,Thomas Ponsonby Jackson, Border regiment. 1 month 3 weeks ago #52891

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2nd V.B. seems to have been more to the east, perhaps Westmorland, as there's a related plaque at Langdale.

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