I wonder if there are any Rhodies from 'Skies' , or ex- Grey's Scoutshere who might be able to tell me what happened to the memorial gates erected by the Grey's Scouts for two of their number who were killed during the Matabele Rebellion of 1896/97. The gates were at the main entrance to the old Memorial Hospital in Fort Street, Bulawayo (Now Herbert Chipeto Street) and I have seen a photo of them taken around 1910. Two metal plates in the shape of Matabele shields, dedicated to Frank William Baxter, V.C., and Rowland J.Venables Lovett, both killed at Ungusa April 1896, where Trooper Baxter won his V.C. The old Memorial Hospital became the Income Tax Building, and is now the Passport Office. The railings have long since disappeared, but does anybody know please, were those memorial plates ever preserved, andif so where. Sadly, it is not easy to get information from Zim these days, and it is quite amazing what people on this forum know. Regards.