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Re: Was Your Relative with the 14th Reg of Foot at Sebastopol?
Posted by: Linda Saville (ID *****9507) Date: April 12, 2012 at 15:13:59
In Reply to: Was Your Relative with the 14th Reg of Foot at Sebastopol? by Ron Holley of 361

Ron, my great, great grandfather, Zachariah Silas Curgenven,served with the 14th Reg of foot in Malta 1854 and Crimean 1855. George Holley can be found in the Ancestry records but there is no further information than that which you already have i.e. medals awarded. I managed to get some further infoon Zachariah on find my past - his fully completed application form to become an in-pensior at the Royal Chelsea Hospital. Maybe it would be worth checking for George there.

Linda


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