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To the Glory of God In Memory of Frederick Dymoke Murray, Captain and Brevet Major, 42nd Highlanders, Black Watch, Commanding 2nd Regiment Scottish Horse (with Colonel Benson's Column), who fell making the last stand with the Guns at the Battle of Bakenlaagte, South Africa, on October 30th 1901 in the 30th year of his age.
great ability and energy, cool in danger, he possesses enterprise and organising power. I recommend him for advancement.