Soldiers returning from Bermuda 1902

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Soldiers returning from Bermuda 1902

Postby Katie Jane » Fri Jan 28, 2011 9:19 pm

An Ancestry record on the UK Incoming Passenger Lists shows a group of passengers labelled 'soldiers and families returning from Bermuda'. The ship is the Corinthian; Port of Departure: St John, New Brunswick, Canada; Arrival Date: Apr 1902; Port of Arrival: Liverpool, England.

It seems possible that the soldiers were part of the 4th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment who guarded Boer POWs in Bermuda (see ERROR:// but there is no indication of Regiment on the ship's manifest. The Colonel travelling on the same ship is Col. Bayley.

The soldier I am interested in is T.F. Cozens. I wonder if anyone knows how I can find out which regiment he was in and whether his military records exist.

I would be grateful for any help.

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