Albert Charles JEWELL - Media
Photo taken at Aldershot.
Since he is carrying a baton and not a sword I presume this is the 20th Hussar uniform and his rank is Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant.
Photo taken at Canterbury.

Since he is wearing a sword I presume in this photo his rank is conductor and he is with the Commissariat.
Map from “Too Late for General Gordon and Khartoum.
If I understand the text correctly, the grave of Albert Jewell and others is near the zarebra formed on the night of Jan 19.
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From the February 14, 1885 issue of the Illustrated London News.
Conductor Of Supplies AC Jewell
Commissariat and Transport Staff
Casualty of the Egyptian Campaign 1884-6
Garrison Church of St Michael and St George, Aldershot, Hampshire, England

Family memorial and Detail
Emsworth Parish Churchyard, Hampshire, England
(Photos and Information courtesy Mark Reid)
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20th Hussar Uniform. Since Albert Jewell was probably a Sergeant or Staff Sergeant he would probably wore a uniform similar to this one.
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