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Help please with Uniform Identification Boer war and WW1

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Re: Help please with Uniform Identification Boer war and WW1

Posted: 28 Oct 2013 8:31PM GMT
Classification: Query
You know the longer I think about this the less I believe aspects of the passed down history.
Firstly David Lennie was in New Zealand as late as the end of October 1900 as this was when his wife died. -
He wasn't an engineer by trade but a blacksmith /farrier so I dont think he is the David Lennie I had found earlier.
We know he was in Tasmania by 1903 as this is when he remarried. The family story says that he contracted rheumatic fever during the Boer War and married his nurse but I cant find any evidence that his second wife was in fact a nurse during the Boer War .
He remarried under the name McClellan and applied for his WW1 service under the name McClellan and I can find no evidence of someone of either name being part of the contingents leaving from New Zealand .
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Lauren Bavin 22 Jul 2013 8:52PM GMT 
BarbaraWCampb... 1 Aug 2013 8:13PM GMT 
JeffH01 2 Aug 2013 8:55PM GMT 
Lauren Bavin 3 Aug 2013 11:00AM GMT 
Lauren Bavin 22 Sep 2013 4:34AM GMT 
JeffH01 29 Oct 2013 1:01AM GMT 
Lauren Bavin 29 Oct 2013 2:31AM GMT 
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