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Standing L-R:

  • Sir Byron Leighton,
  • Claud Grenfel,
  • Major Frederick Russell Burnham,
  • Captain Gordon Forbes,
  • next two unidentified,

Seated L-R:

  • Major Bobby White,
  • General Sir Henry Edward Colville (a year later Churchill as MP would demand an inquiry over his dismissal from South Africa),
  • Major Harry White (the first mayor of Bulawayo, Rhodesia),
  • Major Joe Laycock,
  • Sir Charles Bentinck.

Sitting L-R:

  • unidentified,
  • Col. Maurice Gifford (who had lost his arm in the Second Matabele War)
Date July 1900
Source Burnham Family Collection
Author not identified
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