|Date||Messages (page 3 of 50)|
|14th February 2007||Jules Sutton|
Nicky-We werewith you this time last year
We are with you now in our thaugts.I will never foget David's talk at Rorks Drift,it was the highlight of our South African trip.
You have enormous support worldwide.
|12th February 2007||Stew Barker|
A great and informative site.The movie zulu has always been my favourite, Its also the movie that inspired Ray Winston to become an actor.
|9th February 2007||David|
What a brilliant site. excellent work
|8th February 2007||Greg from the U.S.|
I was shocked to hear of David's tragic passing. This was the first time on this site and I was really enjoying it, till I read of this shocking news! What a waste of a good man and historian. I've been reading alot about the history behind Rorke's Drift for some time and I believe it is one the finest hour(s) of a true soldier. I was in Kenya, and I feel the same shock now as I felt when I found out about George Adamson's passing.
Continue on in David's memory.
|6th February 2007||jamie windridge|
Hey great site, you maybe wandering why too WINDRIDGE'S are on this site,well the other guy is my dad.We both are trying to find out about SGT JOSEPH WINDRIDGE of the 2/24 foot at Rorke's Drift.Well i have seen the film more times than dad.Also just found a small photo of Sgt Windridge in the information section on photo of rorke's drift defenders.So war historians got any info on this guy,me dad wants to know if he is our relation.
|6th February 2007||SCOOBS|
Loved the site. Keep up the good work
|5th February 2007||Terry W. Crow|
What a wonderful site! I have been enjoying it to the utmost for many weeks now. As an avid British Militaria Collector and Historian I appreciate sites of this calibre and of this depth. Indeed an honour to visit. I liked it so much I went out and bought a Martini-Henry rifle for my collection! Cheers!
|5th February 2007||Drew|
What a fantatic site. After just watching Zulu again (poetic licence accepted) I wanted to find out more about those involved.
|5th February 2007||Erika|
To Nicky and the boys - and all those touched by this horrific and unnecessary murder – my thoughts are with you. I grew up in Dundee, but now live in Arklow, Ireland. Why? - SAFETY FOR MY CHILDREN. When will the government wake up and do something?
|3rd February 2007||john fox|
Men of Harlech still makes the hairs on the neck tingle and Im English.
|3rd February 2007||david workman|
I see your emtrance relating to Private John Shergold (you are one of his ancestors).
I have been told that so am I (I believe he was related through marriage on my late dad's side of the family).
ANY INFORMATION FROM YOU RELATING TO THIS WOULD, INDEED BE MOST WELCOME
GOD BLESS ALWAYS
|2nd February 2007||Mthwakazi ka Mashobana|
In Zulu we say alwehlanga lungehlanga ... David would have understood that. Lala ngokuthula, siyabonga ngokusigcinela umlando wabokhokho bethu abasala nabanqoba eSandlwana. Lala ngokuthula...
|1st February 2007||Adrian Bullett|
To the Nicky and family,
I was appalled to hear of your tragic loss, words seem strangely inadequate.
My friends and I visited your farm in 1995 and the memory of the trip will remain with me for ever. Although this was not enough, so we all went to see David speak at the Royal Geographic on a number of occasions and I have even been to the cathedral in Brecon to see the memorial. David inspired me with the way he brought history to life and truth to history. Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
Adrian Bullett and Family
|1st February 2007||alan windridge|
Hi everyone wow what a great and interesting site this is only just found it after watching zulu ( few times ) and for years now have been wondering If the sgt windridge in the film was any relation of mine as seeing the film I thought it was a made up name as they do sometimes what a shock to find that there was a real person of that name but I cant seem to get any information about him so if anyone out there knows anything please send e mail with information thank you is name was SERGENT JOSEPH WINDRIDGE 2-24/735 1879
|30th January 2007||Stella Cockburn|
To Nicky and the boys!
Our sincere sympathy goes to you and those who mourn with you, not least of all, all the many special Zulu folk in your area, who so loved your David too. He was a hero to me - somebody, who did it all right, in my eyes!
With our loving condolences to you all,
Stella Cockburn and Family
|30th January 2007||Neil|
What a fantatic site. After just watching Zulu again (poetic licence accepted) I wanted to find out more about those involved. I was fortunate enough to stumble onto your site. On hearing the "men of harlech" and reading Colour sargeant`s transcript it made the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
To those who were there thank you.
|29th January 2007||Pam & Brad Bradley|
We have just heard about David's tragic death. Our condolences to Nicky and family. Also to all at Fugitive's Drift. He will be greatly missed by many,many people here in UK where he was held in high esteem, as well others across the world. For ourselves, we remember with gratitude his kindness and consideration on our two visits in 2000 and 2002. May he rest in peace.
|29th January 2007||Jacqueline|
Our very deepest sympathy, Nicky, the boys and staff. SA has lost it's greatest Historical Warrior.
Dave, Rest in Peace
Holliday's of KZN and Yallup's New Zealand
|28th January 2007||Ron Clibborn-Dyer|
Sincere condolences Nicky on the tragic death of David.
Candles and Joss Sticks are burning in his memory at the temple this week.
Ron & Veronica Clibborn-Dyer
The Temple of Hidden Peace & Tranquillity
|23rd January 2007||VINCENT DYSON|
HELLO MARK ROBERTS, ANY CHANCE OF A FEW PICTURES EMAILED, THANK-YOU. V.DYSON@BLUEYONDER.CO.UK
|22nd January 2007||Julian Freeman|
As far back as i can remember, when i was a young boy, the memory of watching 'Zulu' stuck fast in my mind. Being young and having a zest for these heroes (which we seem to lack in these politicaly correct days), certainly leaves a foot print upon your life. It seems that my passion for such deeds has also passed to my eight year old son, who has also developed similar interests. My wife and i have a newly born baby boy, and after some bullying from my son and i he has the middle name of Chard.
May their memory last, always.....
|18th January 2007||Mark Roberts|
I managed to make it Lt Bromhead's grave in Allahabad, India a few weeks ago. I took quite a few pictures of the cemetry which is quite overgrown now, but his grave and the adjacent 2/24 Regt memorial are in very good condition and easy to read. IIf anyone is thinking of making the trip, Sahara air now flies direct from Delhi to Allahabad.
|16th January 2007||lucas hook|
TO JUNE DUTTON!!!!!!!!!!
I NEED TO SPEAK TO YOU ERGENTLY CONCERNING OUR FAMILY TREE!!! I NEED TO KNOW THE HISTORY OF MY FAMILY.I DO NOT KNOW YOU PERSONALY BUT I WOULD LIKE SOME DETAILS FROM THE FAMILY!!! CAN YOU EMAIL ME!!!
THANK YOU VERY MUCH
|16th January 2007||lucas hook|
hi evry one.
as u might know i said that HENRY HOOK is a direct relation to me. i have now been able to get hold of BIRTH CERTIFICATES,MARRAGE CERTIFICATES,DEATH CERTIFICATES. i shall be using them and NOT pasing on these most intersting things.i have been researching him for nearly 8 years and now im getting somewhere.if you would like to know anything email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|13th January 2007||Jaxx|
Good site! Thanks. Kelner loh.
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