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Rank Trooper Service Colonial Military Forces Date of Death 2 September 1900
Service Number 30 Unit Third Tas Contingent, Fourth Bushmen Place of Death Warmbad
    Cause of Death Died of wounds

On September 1st 20 of our men, under Lieutenant Wylly, assisted by 20 of the Army Service Corps were out after cattle. They got into a tight corner in very difficult country, in the direction we Tasmanians had been a few days previously.  The guide to the party, a Highlander named Cooper, was shot through the body and taken prisoner.  At the same time Trooper Geoff Brown was mortally wounded and his brother Corporal Brown sustained severe injuries.








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