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General Gatacre: the Story of the Life and Services of Sir William Forbes Gatacre, Gatacre, Beatrix. The condition of this soft cover (stapled wraps) book is very good with the exception of slight browning. Any Book Image is of the Actual Book. Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Gatacre’s widow Lady Beatrix Gatacre wrote a biography of her husband published in designed to rehabilitate his memory entitled General Gatacre: The story of the life and services of Sir William Forbes Gatacre, K.C.B., D.S.O.
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GATACRE, Sir WILLIAM FORBES (–), major-general, born near Stirling on 3 Dec. was third son of Edward Lloyd Gatacre () by his wife Jessie, second daughter of William Forbes of Callendar House, Falkirk, Stirlingshire.
General William “Backacher” Gatacre. Major-general William Forbes Gatacre. The bearer of another unfortunate nickname was General Gatacre. He was called “Backacher” by his unhappy troops. Gatacre’s most notable disaster was when he tried to launch a surprise raid to seize the Stormberg railway junction.
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He was called “Backacher” by his unhappy troops. Gatacre’s most notable disaster was when he tried to launch a. The Gatacre local cannot be found today but the History of Parliament notes about William Gatacre (by ): "Although not a leading family in Shropshire, the Gatacres were influential at Bridgnorth, five miles from their home." Early History of the Gatacre family.
This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Gatacre research. Gatacre put the estate up for sale inand it was bought by the Reverend Edward Ward Wakeman (), a man much esteemed for his great kindness to the poor, and his works for charity.
He was the son of Sir Henry Wakeman, 1 st Baronet, and Sarah Offley, and married Louisa Thompson in Gatacre () was on the Black Mountain Expedition of (also known as the Hazara Expedition), the Tonhon Expedition in Burma (), was engaged in the relief of Chitral () and the retaking of the Sudan () and held various commands in South Africa ().