20 - 21 October 1999
Three: Major C.J. French, Royal Engineers, Late 45th (Irish Hunt Contingent) Company, Imperial Yeomanry and Shropshire Light Infantry Queen's South Africa, three clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal (9664 Pte., 45th Coy. Imp. Yeo.); King's South Africa, two clasps (Lt., I.Y.); British War Medal 1914-18 (Major), good very fine or better (3)
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Major C.J. French was taken prisoner at Lindley.
He died of wounds in France on 2.7.1916 while serving with the 26th Tunnelling Company, Royal Engineers.
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