Rowland Daniel travelled to Africa in the late 19th century to join the Bechuanaland Police Mounted Regiment. He later held the posts of Resident Magistrate in Serowe and Assistant Commissioner in Francistown.
Letters from Rowland Daniel, to his mother and sisters, written on voyage to Cape Town, Africa, and on arrival in Mafeking to join the Bechuanaland Police Mounted Regiment (1898). Also, letters from Rowland Daniel (and some from his wife Clare) as Resident Magistrate in Serowe and Assistant Commissioner in Francistown (1906). Photocopies.
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Listed as no. 1187 in Manuscript Collections in Rhodes House Library Oxford, Accessions 1978-1994 (Oxford, Bodleian Library, 1996).
Daniel | Rowland | fl 1898-1906 | Colonial Administrator
Daniel | Clare | fl 1898-1906 | wife of Rowland Daniel, Colonial Administrator
Mounted police | Africa
Great Britain | Colonies | Africa
Mafikeng (South Africa) | Description and travel
Serowe (Botswana) | Description and travel
Francistown (Botswana) | Description and travel