Two years ago I had a bit of a trek around South Africa looking at Boer war sites. Thinking I would probably come across some of our Zulu war lot I compiled this list before I went. Hopefully it may be of use to people on here.
If anyone sees any one I've missed let me know and I will add them to the list.
(Pete is this the right part of the forum for this to be listed in?)
Zulu War Veterans who were in the Boer War 1899-1902
By Kate Birbeck
Maj.Gen Sir William Penn Symons K.C.B. B-1843. Capt. 24th Foot . Involved in operations against Galekas 1877-78 and Zulu War 1879.
Smith Dorrien (obviously)
Captain (subsequently Brevet Major) Geoffry Barton, 1st Battalion, 7th Regiment, Staff Officer to No. 2 Column. Following the reorganisation of the N.NC. commanded the 4th Battalion present at Gingindlovu. Major-General Boer War commanding the 6th (Fusilier) Brigade, Battle of Colenso, Relief of Ladysmith.
Sgt William Burrows. B-1855 SWB Garrison Quartermaster , Kleksdorp. Served extensively in Boer War inc Karee Siding, Vet River, Zand River, Transvaal inc Johannesburg and Pretoria. Orange River Colony. Harts 1902 show him District Commander lines of communication. Mentioned in despatches. Served in Zulu War 1879 2nd Batt 24th Reg. died 1939
Major Frederick Carrington B-1844. General Officer Belfast Dist. Commanded Native Levies Zulu War 1879. Commanded Rhodesian Field Force 1899- 1900 in Transvaal inc actions at Elands River. Died Cheltenham 1913.
Lieut. Ralph Arthur Penryn Clements. B-1855. Major General on Staff in SA 30/11/1899 Commanded 12th Brigade 12/1899 to 11/1901. Present at Ulundi Zulu War 1879. Died in India 1909.
Capt Ernest C. H. Crallan Brabant’s Horse He was the second son of the late Rev. T. E. Crallan, Hayward's Heath, Sussex, and Emsworth, Hants. Capt. Crallan was born in 1854. Crallan enlisted in the Natal Mounted Police (NMP) in Pietermaritzburg on 18/04/1874, a little over a month after the NMP was established by Major (later Major-General Sir John) Dartnell. His service number was 19. Crallan resigned from the NMP in 1888, and he settled in Johannesburg in the Transvaal Republic, where he ran a canteen. He left Johannesburg for Alice in the Cape Colony after the Jameson Raid in 1896, perhaps because of his involvement with, or support for the rebels. At the outbreak of the Boer war, Crallen joined Brabant’s Horse.where he was appointed as a Captain in charge of the regiment’s ‘E’ Squadron. By December, the regiment was occupying positions is support of the attack on Stormberg by the British under Lieutenant-General W F Gatacre. The British were defeated and forced to withdraw. Skirmishes in the vicinity of Dordrecht continued into 1900. In one such engagement on 16 February at Bird’s River near Dordrecht, Crallan and several of his men were killed in action. They were buried on the farm ‘Koffiefontein’, and their graves are in a small walled cemetery
Crallan’s grave has on it an impressive marble monument, which is topped by a cross on three inscribed slabs. He was 46 years old when he died. (Thank you To graves1879 for the update)
Crallan was promoted to Sub-Inspector on 27/4/1882. During 1883 and 1884, he was based at Fort Pine near Dundee. Killed at Birds River near Dordrecht, Feb 16th 1900. Interred Dordrecht nr Coffiefontein.Name on main monument at site.
Major Frank Fairburn Crawford Army Vet. Dept. B-1861. Bechuanaland Exp. under Sir Charles Warren. Operations in Zululand 1888. Died of Dysentery. Buried base hospital Fort Napier, Pietermaritzburg. Name on marble cross at site.
Lt. Col. Edward Denham Cropper. I.Y. and Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry serving with 9th Batt. under Col. Howard. Orderly officer to Sir Evelyn Wood. Present at Ulundi. Mentioned in despatches 10 Sept 1901 D.S.O. Died of pneumonia 29 Wimpole Street UK
Captain the Hon. Hugh Richard Dawnay, Viscount Downe, served as an Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Frederick Marshall, Cavalry Brigade during the Zulu Campaign. Served on Lord Roberts’ Staff during the Boer War.
Major-General John Baillie Ballantyne Dickson, C.B. was born 24th October 1842 and was originally in the Indian Service.
He received his Commission as Cornet in the Bengal Cavalry on 20th January 1860, becoming a Lieutenant on 1st January, 1862 Brevet-Captain on 20th January, 1872 and Captain in December 1872 when he transferred to Indian Staff Corps where he remained until 1875.
In 1879, he proceeded to South Africa on Special Services involved in the Zulu Wars.
He reached the rank of major-general, and in the Boer War commanded the 4th Cavalry Brigade. He died on 15th Aug 1925.
(addition by John Young)
Rupert Fetherstonhaugh 3rd/60th KRRC Zulu War, commanded a Brigade 2nd Boer War wounded in action at Belmont. (addition by John Young)
Major the Hon. Lionel Henry Dudly Fortescue 17th Lancers B-1857. Served with 17th Lancers during Zulu War and present at Ulundi. Killed in action at Diamond Hill near Pretoria June 11th 1900. interred Diamond Hill. Name on main monument at site and Regimental monument.
Lt Col. James Moore Gawne. commanding 2nd Batt Royal Lancaster Regiment B-1854. Served in Zulu War 1879 and Bechuanaland Exp. Died of wounds 12 Dec 1900 at Vryheid. Buried Vryheid cemetery. Name on main monument at site, a marble cross and slate stone. Also mentioned in St James Church Dundee.
Major Edward Giles. Reserve of officers formerly Royal Artillery. B-1855. served in Kafir war 1878 in command of two mountain guns present at Intala Ka Udoda Bush. In command of artillery troop Cape Mounted Riflemen and served in operations against Moirosi being present at capture of stronghold. Served in Basuto War of 1880-81. Died in a railway train in Cape Town. Interred Cape Town ,Maitland. Name on main monument and marble cross.
Quarter Master and Hon. Lieut. Patrick John Gleeson . A.S.C. B-1861 served in Zulu War of 1879 awarded medal. died 14th August 1900 at Naauwpoort. Interred Noupoort. name on marble cross?
Lieut. Col. Gerald Lionel Joseph Goff. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. B-1855. Served with his battalion in Zulu war 1879 present at Ginginhlovo. Killed in action 11th Dec. 1899 at Magersfontein. Interred Kimberley, West End Gr.Name on main memorial and slate headstone.
Lieut-Col Robert Henry Gunning 1st Batt. Kings Royal Rifle Corp. B-1852. With 60th Rifles in Zulu War 1879 present at Ginginhlovu and relief of Eshowe. Served as Adj. of the Battalion throughout the operations of ‘Clarkes Column’ . Medal with clasp. Died Battle of Talana Hill 20th Oct 1901. Buried in Cemetery just below Talana Hill. Marble cross and name on regimental monument at site as well as St James church, Dundee.
Col. Ormelie Campbell Hannay. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. B-1848. Employed on special service during latter part of the Zulu War 1879 (medal). Killed in the fighting near Paardeberg 18th Feb 1900. Interred Paarderberg, Vendusie Drift. Marble cross at site.
Thomas Lee Hare. B-1859 Operations in Cape Colony May –Nov 1901. Served Zulu War 1879 2nd Batt. 24th Reg. Died 1941
Capt. J.C. Knapp Imperial Light Horse. B-1856. In 1877-78 served in the Cape Mounted Rifles then held a commission in the Cape Regular Infantry. As pioneer of Bulawayo he helped organise the Rhodesian Horse and was in the Matabele campaign commanding Gifford’s Horse. Killed in reconnaissance from Ladysmith 3rd Nov 1899. Interred Ladysmith Town 1. Name on memorial, marble cross and mentioned in St James Church, Dundee and All Saints Church, Ladysmith.
Captain Arthur Fitzroy Hart, 31st Regiment “Special Service Officer” Zulu War initially serving with No.1 Column’s NNC. Major-General commanding 1st Infantry Brigade Boer War. Hart’s Irish Brigade.
T.Healey served with volunteers in SA 1900- 1901. Zulu War 1879 2nd Batt. 24th Reg. Drummer transferred from G to C company. Died Oxford, Kent 1927.
Lieutenant Augustus West Hill, 57th Regt., present Gingindlovu. Mentioned in Despatches - Spion Kop. Lt.-Colonel 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regt.
Lieutenant (subsequently Captain) Edward Thomas Henry Hutton, 3rd Battalion, 60th Rifles - Gingindlovu. Boer War Lieutenant-General commanding the 1st Mounted Infantry Brigade.
Walter Dally Jones, served in 99th Regiment, present at Nyezane and the Siege of Eshowe.
Involved in the Army Postal Service in 2nd BW, acted as the press censor to Buller in 1900. (addition by John Young)
Major Robert Lipton Macgregor . 1st Batt. Royal Scots. B-1862. Served in Bechuanaland Expedition 1884-85 and with Royal Scots in operations in Zululand in 1888.Died at Nooitgedacht 2nd April 1901. Interred in Airlie. Marble Cross at site.
Major William Joseph Myers. 7th Batt. Kings Royal Rifle Corps. B-1858. Served with 3rd Batt. 60th Rifles Zulu War April- Sept 1879. Killed in action near Ladysmith 30th Oct 1899. Interred Ladysmith Town 1. Name on main memorial at site and at All Saints Church Ladysmith.
Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. Henry Ponting Northcott C.B. Leinster Regt. (Royal Canadians) B-1856 served in operations in Zululand 1888 as D.A.A.G. Killed in action at Modder River 28th Nov 1899.Interred Kimberley, West End Gr. Name on main memorial at site and sandstone headstone at site.
Lieut. George Champney Palmes. B-1857 SA 3/2/1900 to 10.5.1902. Commandant Klerksdorp actions include Karee Siding, Vet River and Zand River. Served in Zulu War 1879 24th Reg. Died in UK.
Lieutenant Charles Sim Bremridge Parsons, N Battery, 5th Brigade, Royal Artillery. Out with Chelmsford on 22nd January 1879. Present at Ulundi 4th July 1879. Boer War Colonel initially commanding a squadron of Imperial Yeomanry, subsequently served on the southern lines-of-communication.
Capt. Henry Seddon Prickard, 2nd Batt North Staffordshire Regiment. Served in operation in Zululand 1888. Died of Enteric at Bloemfontein 12th May 1900. Bloemfontein, President Ave. Name on main memorial at site.
John Edward Hale Prior. B-1848 Major General (local Rank) A.D.C. Infantry 15th Brigade Dec 1899. Present Zulu War 1879 as Capt. 80th Reg. Action with F.L.H. Hlobane. At Upoko River under Buller and Ulundi. Died Aldershot Jan 9th 1900.
Herbert Aveling Raitt B-1858 Dec 1900 placed in command of 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Reg. took part in operations in Orange Free State May 1900, Wittebergen and Transvaal. Served in Kaffir war of 1878 and campaigns against Sekukuni 1878/79. with 80th Reg. as Lieut.
Ulick de Rupe Roche B-1856 SA 1900 to 1903 served Commandant Kromellenburg then at Rhenoster and Klerksdorp. Served in SA 10/11/76 to 2/10/79 Kaffir war. On detachment St Johns River throughout the war. Died 1919 UK
Robert Scott-Kerr ,Grenadier Guards. B 1859. SA 1900 to 1902 Orange River Colony, actions at Biddulphsburg, Wittebergen and in Transvaal. Zulu War 1879 24th Reg present at Ulundi. Died UK 1942.
Colonel Royston. A trumpeter in the Carbineers in 1872 engaged in actions against Langalibalele including flying column in Double mountains and capture of the Chief. In 1879 in charge of troop of Crabineers. distinguished himself during the AZW. Accompanied Sir Bartle Frere in command of High Commissioners escort.1881 to 1889 he commanded the regiment and became commendant of the volunteers in 1898.
Lieutenant Henry Macleod Leslie Rundle, 10th Battery, 7th Brigade, Royal Artillery, - the Gatling Gun Battery, present at Ulundi. Temporary Lt.-General commanding the 8th Division Boer War.
Major C.F. Sprenger, Cape Mounted Rifles. Took part in operations against Langalibalele in 1873 and also Galeka and Gaika campaigns 1877-78. Also against Moirosi in 1879 and Basutoland 1880-81. Killed in action around Wepener 9th Apr 1900. Interred Wepener, Jammersberg Drift. Name on main memorial at site.
Lieutenant James Latimer Crashay St. Clair, 91st (Princess Louise’s Argyllshire) Highlanders, present at Gingindlovu, subsequently invalided home. Boer War he served as the Deputy Judge Advocate General in South Africa.
Major Sydney Phillip Strong, 2nd Batt. Scottish Rifles. B1858. Saw active service with 90th in South African War 1877-78 Kaffir campaign and operations against the Galekas. Zulu War 1879 at Zungen Nek, Kambula and Ulundi. Mentioned in despatches. Died of wounds received at Spion Kop 24th Jan 1900. Interred Mount Alice Farm. Marble cross at site. Name All Saints Church, Ladysmith.
Alexander Whitelaw Thorneycroft, 2nd Battalion, 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers, served at Fort Napier, PMB, during the Zulu War. Commanded Thorneycroft’s Mounted Infantry 2nd Boer War. He ordered down Augustus Hill and his Middlesex Regiment from the heights they had captured at Spion Kop, resulting in further casualties.(addition by John Young)
Surgeon (subsequently Surgeon-Major) Edmond Townsend, M.D., Army Medical Department, served Ladysmith base hospital 1879, Battle of Ulundi, Medical Officer to the 2nd/21st Royal Scots Fusiliers in the Sekhukhune campaign. Served Boer War Principal Medical Officer to 1st Division, subsequently served in the Western District. Dangerously wounded whilst tending the wounded under fire at the Battle of Klipdrift, 7th March 1902.
Courtney Vor. Trower B-1856. Staff Officer to an Assistant Inspector of Remounts 21/12/1900 31/12/1900. Inspecting Staff officer 2/2/1901. Command of Remount Depot, Stellenbosch 9/2/1901.Commanded 1st Batt. SWB 9/6/1901 to 9/6/1905. Served in Zulu War of 1879 2nd Batt. 24th Reg. Died 1947.
Colonel Charles Tucker B-1838. Command of the 7th Division Boer war. Zulu War 1879 in command of several companies of 80th Reg, mentioned in despatches and at Ulundi. Died 1935 Asburton, UK
Lieutenant Courtenay Bourchier Vyvan, 2nd Battalion, 3rd (East kent) Regiment - The Buffs. Present at Nyezane 22nd january 1879 and throughout the Investment of Eshowe. Boer War Staff Officer to Baden-Powell during the Siege of Mafeking.
Simeon Kambule D.C.M. and Jabez Molife. Both iSandlwana survivors, both with well documented actions post 22nd January 1879. Both returned to the Colours in 1899 and served in the Natal campaign, including intelligence gathering in and around Ladysmith.
Captain & Lieutenant-Colonel Frederick William Edward Forestier Walker, 1st Battalion Scots Guards. Assistant Adjutant General No. 1 Column, present Nyezane and the siege of Eshowe. Boer War Initially General Officer Commanding Cape Colony. Subsequently served on Roberts’ Staff, promoted to General.
Brevet Lt.-Colonel Charles Warren, Royal Engineers on detached duty in 1879. Commissioner of Police for the Metropolis during the Whitechapel Murders, resigned as a consequence of those investigations, returned to military service. Involved in some of the disasters of the Boer War.
Archibald Graham Wavell, 1st Battalion, 9th (East Norfolk) Regiment served as a Special Service Officer in the Zulu War. Transferred to the Black Watch later in his service. Served 2nd Boer War, appointed Military Governor of Johannesburg after its capture. (addition by John Young)
Capt. Frederick Shewell Whitaker . Robert’s Horse. Involved in operations against Galeka and Gaika Wars, Bechuanaland Expedition and Matabele Campaign . Died of wounds received previous day at Heidelberg 24th June 1900. Interred Heidelberg. Not marked.
Major George Albanus Williams 1st Batt. South Staffordshire Regt. B-1860. Served in SA during Zulu War of 1879 and subsequent actions against Sekukuni.Medal with clasp. Killed at Tweefontein 25th Dec 1901. Interred Harrismith, Town. Marble cross at site and on Regimental Monument at Kestell nr, Groenkop.
Major-Gen. Sir Edward Robert Prevost Woodgate B-1845. Zulu War 1879 present at Kambula and Ulundi. Wounded Spion Kop 24th Jan 1900 died at Mooi River March 23rd 1900.
Lieutenant Robert Gordon Gordon Wolrige, 94th Regiment served in the Zulu Campaign according to his journal present at the Battle of Ulundi. Assumed the name Gordon-Gilmour in 1887. Commanded the 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards during the Boer War awarded the D.S.O.
Major-Gen. Sir Edward Robert Prevost Woodgate B-1845. Zulu War 1879 present at Kambula and Ulundi. Wounded Spion Kop 24th Jan 1900 died at Mooi River March 23rd 1900.
Deputy Commissary John Smith Young, Commissariat & Transport Department, Zulu War. Commanded the National Aid Society/Red Cross volunteers in the Boer War.Natal Mounted Police. 84 Besieged in Ladysmith. List taken from ‘The Mounted Police of Natal ‘H.P.Holt.
I have listed all those appointed to service before the 1879 Zulu War and who died after the Boer war 1899/1902. But cannot at the moment confirm which of them fought in both (apart from Dartnell obviously):-
Colonel Dartnell. Appointed 1874 Served in Zulu War 1879.
Inspector Campbell appointed NMP 1874 retired 1905 died 1902
Sub Inspector W.D. Campbell appointed NMP 1879 died 1902
Colonel W.J. Clarke, Chief Commissioner appointed 1878 (see post by Barry below for more information)
Sub Inspector E.C. Crallan appointed 1874 retired 1888. Died in Boer war 1899-1902
Inspector W. V. Dorehill appointed 1878 died 1905. Escaped from Isandlwana.
Sub Inspector C.R. Jackson appointed 1877
Sub Inspector Cyril Hamilton 1878 retired 1885 died London 1901
Colonel G. Mansel C.M.G. appointed 1874 Commendant Reserve territory. retired 1906
Lt.Col. G.S. Marshall. appointed 1879
Insp J.A. Masson appointed 1877 retired 1897
Insp. F.L. Philips appointed 1876 retired 1908
Insp A. Pendergast appointed 1879
Capt. A.M. Smith appointed 1879 late Capt. 38th Reg. Entered Natal Civil service Umsinga 1879. Retired 1910
Sub Inspector W. Stean appointed 1874 died 1912The Frontier Light Horse who fought in the Zulu War 1879.
From Cameron Simpson’s ‘The Frontier Light Horse’
Private William Anderson B-1861 Engine Driver 1899 1900. Natal Volunteer Ambulance Corp. Relief of Ladysmith 15/12/99 and Tugela Heights 14/02/1900. 06/06/1902 enlisted into Nesbitts Light Horse. Operations in Cape Colony.
Private George William Anstee enlisted 10.1.01 1st Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts operations in Transvaal and Orange Free State.
John Thomas MacFarlene Bell enlisted 14.12.99 as a bearer in the Natal Volunteer Ambulance Corp. During Zulu War claimed to have fought at Hlobane, Kambula and Ulundi.
Alfred Edmund Bousfield Blaine B-1853 East Griqualand field Force Nov 1899- Mar 1900. Capt CMR resigned 07/07/00. Lt Prince of Wales Light Horse 19/01/01 operations in Cape Colony. During Zulu War was at Kambula and commanded FLH at Ulundi when D’Arcy was temp. immobilized.
Richard Walter Bold. New England Mounted Rifles. Operations in Cape Colony.
Edward George Emile Bostedt. Enlisted 19.8.02 Lady Grey Town Guard.
Michael Burns. Enlisted 02/02/00 Reg. Sgt Major Eastern province Horse. Operations in Cape Colony
Henry Richard Chilman. Lieut. Kimberley Town Guard, defence of Kimberley operations.
William Cunningham enlisted 12/10/99 enlisted trooper Rimington’s Guides. Action at Belmont , Paarderberg and Driefontain. Discharged, (bad character) 01/04/00 enlisted as private in Uitenhage Volunteer Rifles. Operations in Cape Colony and Orange free State.
Charles Currie. B-1863 Boer with Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (Z.A.R.) operations near Komati Poort.
James Augustus Dewes B-1855 Corporal Distric No1, Cape Police. Defence of Kimberley and Orange Free State operations.
William Bernard Duffy Lance Corporal ‘C’ Squadron Protectorate Regt. Mafeking. Killed in action at Mafeking during raid on Game Tree Fort 26/12/1899
William L’Estrange Fawcett. Enlisted Trooper 1st Scottish Horse 14.03.01 dis. 29/04/01
James Enos France, B-1859 Trooper Imperial Yeomanry operations from 02/02/00 Orange River Colony Provisional Mounted Police. Joined Imperial Light Horse 06/12/00
William Friend B-1859 Enlisted 01/04/02 1st Kichener’s Fighting Scouts. Operations in Transvaal.
Thomas Frost B-1859 08/01/00 enlisted Trooper 2nd Brabant’s Horse. 28/01/01 Trooper Gorringe’s Flying Column.
Hugh Percy Gordon B-1857 11/01/00 enlisted Lance Corporal 20th Fife Light Horse Company , 6th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry. .
Richard Hambley B-1858. Lance Corporal District No1 Cape Police. Defence of Kimberley operations from 14/10/99. Accidentally killed by a comrade at Kimberley 21/12/1899.
John Frank William Helligan B-1857. Enlisted 09/10/99 Corporal Lady Grey Town Guard.
Cornelis Gerhardus Hitge. B-1855 Boer Kromellenborg Ward, Heilbron Commando. Orange Free State forces.
Alexander Copeland Howett B-1857. Enlisted 20/10/99 private A company Thornycroft’s Mounted Infantry. Relief of Ladysmith, Tugela Heights, Laing’s Nek (02/06/00). Died 1931
William Hurrell. B-1857. Major in Rhodesian Reserves. Captain and Squadron Commander 1st Kitcheners Fighting Scouts. Zoutpans Drift. Mentioned in despatches.
George Patrick White Huskisson B-1860 enlisted 12/01/00 Gunner (Serg. Mess Cook) Cape Garrison Artillery Simonstown detachment.
William Bell Johnason B-1860 Klipdam Town Guard. died 1938
Henry Richard Jones B-1859 enlisted 10/02/00 Trooper ‘A’ Squadron Loch’s Horse. Gunner Ross’s Machine Gun Battery. Action at Johannesburg 29/05/00 and Diamond Hill 11/06/00
Samuel John Lewis B-1855 Lieut. Rhodesian Reserve Force. Relief of Mafeking. Wounded in action near Reitz . Transferred to 2nd Kitchener’s fighting Scouts as Lieut. Discharged. 29/09/01 Lt South African Mounted Irregular Forces. Died 1920
James O’Brian B-1856 Seg Imperial Light Infantry. Relief of Ladysmith and Tugela Heights. 03/12/00 private ‘E’ squadron Bethune’s mounted infantry.
George Thomas Cavendish Paget B-1853. Temporary Major and second in command 19th (Paget’s Horse) Batt. Imperial Yeomanry.
William Barrington Tristian Pruen B-1855 Corporal Bechuanaland Protectorate Divison. Defence of Mafeking.
Charles Samuel Shepherd B-1859. Captain South African Light Horse. Relief of Ladysmith, Tugela Heights, Laings Nek (02/06/00) and Belfast operations. Died enteric fever Springfontein 22/07/1901
Arthur Dashwood Shore B-1855 Lieut. ‘A’ Squadron 1st imperial Light Horse. Wounded in action Elandslaagte. Relief of Ladysmith. Wounded in action 18/01/00
Charles Donald Venn. Boer Potchefstroom Commando. Captured Potchefstroom 26/10/00 . Transported to St Helena. Died SA 1924
Pelham Webb B-England 1859. Boer of No3 Cornetcy, Carolina. Taken prisoner at Kaalbooi (09/09/00). Sent to St Helena
William Alfred White B-1860 enlisted 24/11/99 Corporal C Squadron 1st Brabants Horse. Then private Kimberley Volunteer Regt. Relief of Mafeking. Trooper Midland Mounted Rifles.
George Wise B -1861 Extensive operations in all parts of SA during Boer War.Following names provided by Cam Simpson
Lieutenant Napolean Joseph Rodolph Blake 57th Regiment who served as the Adjutant of Fort Pearson. Boer War; Major, 2Bn. Middlesex Regt.
Lieutenant Lionel Godolphin Brooke 94th Regiment. Boer War; C.O. 1Bn. The Connaught Rangers.
Lieutenant Malby Edward Crofton 2/4th Regiment. Boer War; C.O. 2Bn. The Kings Own (Royal Lancaster) Regiment
Captain C.D. Hay 1/1 NNC. Boer War; Major and Second in Command, Imperial Light Infantry.
Lieutenant Augustus West Hill 57th Regiment; Boer War; C.O. 2Bn. Middlesex Regiment.
Lieutenant Frank Broadwood Matthews 2/4th Regiment. Boer War; Major, 2Bn. The Kings Own Royal Lancaster Regiment.
Lieutenant Morris George Moore, 88th Regiment. Boer War; Major, 1Bn. The Connaught Rangers.
Sub- Lieutenant John de Coucey O’Grady 94th Regiment. Boer War; Major, 1Bn. The Connaught Rangers.
Assistant Commissary Geoffrey Stanley. Commisariat and Transport Dept.Boer War; Staff Officer.
2nd Lieutenant Alexander Whitelaw Thorneycroft 2/21st Regiment. Boer War; C.O. Thorneycroft’s Mounted Infantry.
Lieutenant Richard Burlton Williams 1st/13th Regiment. Boer War; 2Bn Somersetshire Light Infantry. Bt.Lt Col.29/11/00 Deputy Judge Advocate, South Africa.