CO 1069-13-3

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Where: Zomba, Malawi

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Description: A group photograph, taken at Zomba? during an inspection by the Inspector General of the King's African Rifles, of the Officers and British NCOS. during the summer of, I think, 1922. The IG's name, again I think, was Hawthorne, his staff-officer Edwards, the CO. of the battalion Philips; the chap in plain-clothes in the back rank is the doctor. Looking at the picture I am theleft hand chap sitting on my bottom in the font frow, a very minor person. I can remember the names of some of the others but it is too long to detail them with hats on.

Location: Zomba, Nyasaland

Date: 1922

Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/13

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    • 26/Jun/2011 17:27:55

    My Great Uncle Captain TA Dillon is sitting at the end of the middle row on the right. I have lot's of info about him, and would love a good copy of the photo. Obviously happy to share any info. Regards John marshall