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John Smith Hindson, 24th (Westmorland and Cumberland) Coy IY -k.i.a. 30.5.1900 1 month 4 weeks ago #70688

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In St Nicholas' churchyard, Lazonby, Cumberland/Cumbria, 7 miles NNE of Eamont Bridge, where his name is on the memorial.
www.angloboerwar.com/forum/17-memorials-...westmorland?start=12


IN AFFECTIONATE REMEMBRANCE
EDWARD HINDSON,
WHO DIED AT EAMONT BRIDGE, PENRITH,
JANUARY 17TH 1899, AGED 50 YEARS.
'HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP'

ALSO OF JOHN SMITH, HIS SON
TROOPER IN THE 24TH COY. IMPERIAL YEOMANRY,
WHO WAS KILLED WHILE ON ACTIVE SERVICE
AT FABERS-SPRUIT, NEAR DOUGLAS, SOUTH AFRICA,
MAY 30TH 1900, AGED 27 YEARS.
'FOR COUNTRY, QUEEN, & HOME'


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