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From: Anne Peat <>
Subject: Re: [CHS] Cheshire Military
Date: Wed, 28 May 2008 16:03:08 +0100
References: <BAY115-W401F684D329E67EC9C80C8CFBC0@phx.gbl><483D7093.1080509@lineone.net>
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Looking on the Cheshire Regiment site, there weren't any campaigns the
regiment was involved in in 1830 listed - so I think garrison duty is
probably correct as Graham says.

Anne
On 28 May 2008, at 15:47, Graham Pointon wrote:

> but I don't think there were
> any European wars going on in the 1830s. Until 1837, the King of
> Hanover
> was also the King of the UK -If so, it could have been that John
> Slater was
> stationed there on some sort of rotating garrison duty.
>
> I'm sure other people will know far more than I do.
>
> Graham
>
> Jan Moreau wrote:
>> Hi Jill
>>
>> My 2xg grandmother was born in Frankfurt in the 1830s
>>
>> Assuming that both her parents were in Germany at the birth and
>> again, assuming, her father was over there fighting -
>>
>> If I wanted to find out where the Cheshire regiment were around
>> 1830 or indeed, if my 3xg grandfather John Slater was with them -
>> any ideas how I would go about it?
>>
>> Grasping at straws I know .....
>>
>> Jan
>>


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