crimea1854 wrote:I found it interesting that while creating a database of those Crimea casualties reported in the London Gazette, Nolan does not appear with the other men of the Light Brigade, in fact I could not find him at all.
Will Mathieson wrote:Hi Mike I believe it's highly unlikely you would find anything at the redoubt. Have read that graves in the Crimea have been dug up in the past by people using metal detectors to find buttons and other metal items. In fact I bought five 93rd Highlander buttons all dug finds from the Crimea. Later I realized finding more than one or two buttons it's likely they dug up a grave. I believe their govt. has passed law to stop this grave looting practice.
jf42 wrote:From the previous thread on VWF regarding the erection of a new memorial to the Crimean dead, I believe that,as a result of the neglect Will mentioned, even the cemetery on 'Cathcart's Hill', where those who died in the lines and in camp were buried in an orderly manner, has virtually disappeared.
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