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Mount Coke is a small town near King Williams Town in the Cape.

During the Boer War, it fielded a small force called the Mount Coke Contingent under Lt H Stratford.

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BanksASource: Nominal roll in WO127
BanksJ HSource: Nominal roll in WO127
BanksRSource: Nominal roll in WO127
BanksWSource: Nominal roll in WO127
DredgeCSource: Nominal roll in WO127
GoldswainASource: Nominal roll in WO127
GoldswainCSource: Nominal roll in WO127
GoldswainESource: Nominal roll in WO127
HearnsTSource: Nominal roll in WO127
HerbertASource: Nominal roll in WO127
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