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Thursday, 20 November 2003
South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: JOY to JUS
Topic: BW - Boer War

South African (Second Boer) War, 1899-1902

Australian Participation - Full Index

Embarkation Roll: JOY to JUS

 

 

The following is an alphabetical roll of all Australians known members of the many military formations which embarked overseas during the South African (Second Boer) War, 1899-1902.

Each man is detailed on this reference list with the following information:

Service Number;

Rank on Embarkation;

First Names;

Family Name;

If applicable, any false name employed; and,

Service unit.

 

Notes

Note 1: All soldiers’ names are linked to the specific unit and date when embarkation occurred.

Note 2: There are duplications of some names in the following list. The reason for this is that the soldier embarked on more than one occasion. This was the simplest way of resolving the problem of multiple entries for a single individual.

 

Embarkation Roll: JOY to JUS

 

3299 Trooper Albert John JOYCE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

1203 Private Aloysius JOYCE, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

64 Private Charles Stanley JOYCE, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

3024 Trooper James JOYCE, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

161 Private James Joseph JOYCE, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

183 Private John Martial JOYCE, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

358 Private Joseph Clarence JOYCE, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

1237 Lance Corporal Joshua James JOYCE, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

285 Private Joshua James JOYCE, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

2103 Trooper Reginald Milton JOYCE, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

530 Sergeant Thomas Redmond JOYCE, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

409 Private George JOYNES, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

218 Private Ernest Townsend JUCHAN, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

322 Private Percy James JUCHAN, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Trooper Arthur S JUDD, Prince of Wales' Light Horse.

33555 Trooper JFH JUDD, 2nd Scottish Horse.

990 Private Thomas JUDD, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

849 Corporal William Walter Mitchell JUDD, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

99 Trooper James JUDE, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

393 Private James JUDE, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

160 Trooper Frederick William JUDGE, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

107 Private George JUDGE, 1st Tasmanian Mounted Infantry.

2912 Private Joseph J JUDGE, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

272 Lance Corporal Poyntz JUDGE, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

377 Trooper E JUKES, 1st Scottish Horse.

623 Corporal James Michael JULEFF, 1st Australian Horse.

272 Private Francis JULIUS, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

1807 Trumpeter Harry George JULIUS, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

948 Corporal Charles E JUNOR, NSW Lancers.

169 Private Francis George Victor JURY, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

2686 Private William John JURY, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

116 Private W JUSTICE, 1st South Australian Mounted Rifles.

83 Private Alfred J JUSTIN, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

454 Private Albert Leura JUSTINS, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

 

Further Reading:

Boer War, 1899 - 1902 

South African (Second Boer) War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, Roll of Honour 

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: JOY to JUS

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 30 April 2010 11:57 AM EADT
2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Outline
Topic: BW - NSW - 2NSWMR

2nd NSWMR 

2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles

Outline


Map illustrating the activities of 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles in South Africa, 1901 - 1902.

[From: Chamberlain, M., The Australians in the South African War 1899-1902, Canberra, 1999.]

 

In 1911, Lieutenant-Colonel P. L. Murray, produced a marvellous Boer War reference detailing all the contingents sent from Australia to South Africa, giving a brief history of the formation and finally, listing all the soldiers who saw service in South Africa with that unit. The book was called, Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. It is now the standard reference and starting place for any person interested in pursuing information about Australian involvement in the Boer War.

Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 106 - 108.

 
Second New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

This regiment was established at Sydney upon pretty much the same lines as the 1st Mounted Rifles; except that, as no service squadrons were away, the whole corps was embodied in New South Wales.

Preference was given to trained men who were good shots and good riders, subject to tests as ordered. The age limit was 20 to 40 years; standard height, 5 feet 6 inches and upwards; minimum chest measurement, 34 inches. Applicants were also required to be single men and to pass a military medical examination. Rates of pay as for Citizen's Bushmen.

Establishment authorized:-
1 Lieutenant Colonel,
1 Major,
1 Adjutant,
1 Quartermaster,
1 Transport Officer,
1 Veterinary Officer,
1 Sergeant-Major (Warrant-Officer),
1 Quartermaster-Sergeant,
2 Clerks,
2 Medical Orderlies,
12 Batmen.


Machine gun section:-

2 Officers,
2 Sergeants,
2 Corporals,
12 Gunners,
12 Drivers,
4 Batmen;


Total:-

8 Officers,
1 Warrant-Officer,
49 N.C.O.'s and men;
Total 58,
With 34 horses.


Five squadrons. Each:-

1 Major or Captain,
4 Subalterns,
1 Staff Sergeant-Major,
1 Farrier Sergeant,
5 Sergeants,
3 Shoeing Smiths,
1 Saddler,
2 Buglers,
6 Corporals,
106 Troopers (including 5 Drivers, 5 Batmen, 2 Cooks, 2 Wagon-Men).


Total of a Squadron,

5 Officers,
125 Sergeants and rank and file,
with 125 horses.


Total of the regiment,

33 Officers,
1 Warrant-Officer,
674 N.C.O.'s and men (708),
with 659 horses.



Clothing

Uniform consisted of F.S. jacket, pants, puttees, and hat. Equipped partially with saddles.


Departure and Return.

 

Embarkation of the SS Maplemore (left) and the SS Custodian (right) at Cowper Wharf.

[Sydney Mail, 23 March 1901. p. 726.]

 

The regiment left Sydney on 15th March, 1901. It consisted of 33 officers and 673 of other ranks, with 700 horses, and disembarked at Port Elizabeth, 17th April. Of these, 2 officers and 23 others were killed or died, 3 officers and 10 others were struck off the strength in South Africa, 28 officers and 640 others returned to Australia. Embarked at Cape Town on 4th May, 1902; called at Albany on 21st May, Melbourne, 29th May, and disembarked at Sydney, 4th June.

A draft for the regiment was despatched on 21st March, 1901, of 9 officers and 281 others, with 320 horses; 7 were killed or died; 2 officers, 27 others were struck off in South Africa, and 7 officers and 207 others returned.


Operations.

The 2nd Now South Wales Mounted Rifles were engaged in operations against Generals De La Rey, getup, Potgeitiers, and Vermaas:-

(a) Served in the Western Transvaal, under the command of Major-General Fetherstonhaugh, from 23rd April to the 1st October, the principal operations being the capture of Potgeitiers' convoy on the Vaal, 24th May, 1901; capture by the regiment of General De La Rays convoy of 106 waggons, a large quantity of cattle, ammunition, &c.

(b) Served in the Eastern Transvaal, under Major-General Fetherstonhaugh; engaged in many night marches, resulting in over 1,000 prisoners being captured.


The regiment served under Colonel E. T. C. Williams, of the “Buffs," throughout, with the exception of six weeks, when the column was commanded by Lieut -Colonel Lassetter.


Extracts from Column Orders, issued 17th April 1902, at Standerton

The command of this, a purely Australian Column, has been a great pleasure of the officer commanding, and he desires to thank every one for their cordial support and unfailing loyalty at all times.

During the year the Column has been in existence it has travelled upwards of 4,000 miles in every part of the Transvaal, doing much fighting and hard work, all of which has been most cheerfully carried out. One specially noteworthy feature is that, though constantly engaged with the enemy, only 18 men have been taken prisoners, and of them the larger number were taken on the first fight at Korranafontein and through no fault of the men. This record, which it is impossible to beat, speaks volumes for the spirit and soldierly qualities of the Australian Soldier. No Column has made more night marches; and one march, made on the night of 11 March 1902 from Brugspruit, over the difficult Wilge River to Doornek (230) a distance of 45 miles, which, with the return journey, makes a distance of 75 miles, is worthy of mention. Finally, to Lieutenant Colonel Lassetter, Commanding 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles, and to Major Lydiard, 2nd Mounted Rifles, the officer commanding Column desires to express his grateful thanks.

One hundred and forty-one officers, NCO's and men, never missed a trek during the regiment's service in the field.

 

 

Further Reading:

2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles

2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Outline

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Wednesday, 9 March 2011 8:37 AM EAST
"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Bloemfontein, 13 March 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWMR_A

A Sqn NSWMR

"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles

Bloemfontein, 13 March 1900

 

 

During their tour of South Africa, "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles participated in many different actions as part of the British force. One of the actions occurred at Bloemfontein, 13 March 1900. The following is a list of all members of the squadron who took part in this action.

On the surrender of General Cronje, the Now South Wales Mounted Rifles were personally detailed by Lord Roberts to take over his laager and prisoners. It was then attached to Colonel Le Gallais' command, and joined by Colonel Knight, with the 2nd Contingent at Osfontein, 5th March. Took part in the engagements at Abrahams Kraal and Driefontein and the march to Bloemfontein, which was reached on 14th March.

 

Bloemfontein, 13 March 1900

 

107 Private Herbert AGLAND

10 Corporal Alfred Edward Elkington ALLEN

Major John Macquarie ANTILL

9 Corporal James APPS

106 Private Reginald Thomas ARNOLD

85 Private Francis William AXAM

 

70 Private Thomas BALL

5 Sergeant William Henry BARHAM

16 Private Reginald Richard BATTYE

17 Private William BENDER

18 Private Arthur Thomas BENNETT

86 Private James BLACKWOOD

87 Lance Corporal Albert John BOLLARD

21 Private Ed. Counde BULL

88 Private Michael Joseph BURKE

89 Private Arthur Albert BUTLER

 

90 Private Ed. Thomas CLEARY

77 Private Herbert CORBETT

25 Private Austin Clarendon COX

24 Private William Sydney CRIPPS

 

37 Bugler Verdi Robert DALY

27 Private Walter Henry DAWSON

7 Farrier Sergeant J DENNY

28 Corporal Dugald DRUMMOND

 

102 Private John FIELD

 

30 Farrier Sergeant Hubert GARLICK

8 Lance Sergeant John Robert GILFILLAN

 

32 Private Ernest James HACKETT

33 Private Edwin George HAWES

81 Sergeant John Martin HAWKEY

Warrant Officer Richard Charles HOLMAN

43 Private James HOPKINS

 

34 Private Arthur Herbert JAMES

 

36 Private John KELLY

35 Private Wilfred John KIRKLAND, Died of Enteric fever, Bloemfontein, 20 May 1900.

 

37 Corporal Charles Arthur LEE

38 Private Gifford Caleb LEETE

39 Private Edward James LINDSAY

104 Private William George LLOYD

 

128 Private George MASON

74 Private George MAXTED

2 Squadron Sergeant Major Adam MCALLISTER

44 Corporal David MCALLISTER

40 Private Alexander MCDONALD

41 Private John MCDONALD

42 Private Norman MCGREGOR

43 Private Peter MCGREGOR

Lieutenant Harold MCINTOSH

Captain Archibald Alexander MCLEAN

105 Private William MCLEOD

46 Corporal Charles Robert MILLAR

47 Private Christian MILLER

14 Trumpeter Charles George MILLS

93 Private Patrick Thomas MOORE

49 Private Michael George MOSS

50 Private James MULLAMPY

51 Private George MURRAY

 

94 Sergeant Robert John NETHERY

Lieutenant Joseph NEWMAN

 

Lieutenant Arthur John Macarthur ONSLOW

83 Corporal Edmund OSBORNE

 

101 Private Wellington Henry PEARCE

76 Private Walter Frank PITT

 

54 Private William Cuff QUINN

 

48 Private Alfred John REEVES

95 Private Phillip John REILLY

 

79 Private Wilfred SAVAGE

96 Private Henry SHARPE, Died of Enteric fever, Bloemfontein, 30 May 1900.

97 Private Robert SHARPE

58 Private Albert Edward SMITH

60 Corporal Rex SMITH

28 Private Benjamin Charles SPEARING

75 Private Graham STEWART

61 Private Harold Bruce SUTTOR

56 Private James Henry SWAN

57 Lance Corporal Richard SWAN

 

Lieutenant Douglas Keith Lucas TOOTH

 

64 Private John WALKER

84 Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant John WARDROBE

80 Sergeant Major John WASSON

71 Sergeant Albert Ernest WEARNE

11 Lance Sergeant Sydney WEEKES

66 Private Leslie WEST

67 Private Richard Stephen WILSON

100 Private William Edward WINTLE

 

68 Private Horace YOUNG

 

Sources: All information on this page is sourced from Murray, P. L., Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa, pp. 28 - 40A; and, an undated compilation of the activities of “A” Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles produced by Major JM Antill and subsequently published by the Government Printer.

 

 

Further Reading:

The Battle of Driefontein and Abraham's Kraal, 10 March 1900

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron

New South Wales Mounted Rifles, "A" Squadron, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: "A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Bloemfontein, 13 March 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Sunday, 10 April 2011 1:31 PM EADT
New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWCBC

 NSWCBC

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent

"A" Squadron

 

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron

[From: The Town and Country Journal, 24 February 1900, p. 24. Click on picture for full size.]

 

The men listed in this photograph according to the number allotted to them in the photograph. If there is a photograph of the man in the New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent Photograph Album, it will be linked. Should you wish to see the full sized photograph of this page from the Town and Country Journal, click on the photograph or use the following link:

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron

 

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron - the men:

1. 27 Trooper Harry Zouch WILSON

2. 109 Trooper Joseph Michael CUSACK

3. 9 Trooper Charles Joseph HURTZ

4. 83 Trooper Charles AUSLING

5. 127 Trooper George Henry Flood GIBSON

6. 79 Trooper John Archibald STOPPELBEIN

7. 108 Trooper Angus McLeod BUCHANAN

8. 12 Trooper Claude BARNES

9. 43 Trooper Edwin SMITH

10. 36 Trooper Arthur Hilton FARNELL

11. 130 Lance Corporal Harold Edwin MCCULLOUGH

12. 28 Trooper Ernest THOMAS

13. 70 Trooper Albert John EASTAUGHFFE

14. 112 Trooper Hedley Vicars DOWE

15. Trooper Standish Baldwin DOWE, did not embark.

16. 107 Trooper Patrick BURKE

17. Trooper James FOTHERINGHAM, did not embark.

18. 118 Trooper Osman Frederick Hume MIDDLETON

19. 4 Trooper George William ELLY

20. 52 Trooper Beresford Frederick CAMPBELL

21. 120 Trooper William Wallace BUNTON

22. 85 Trooper Robert George DAVENPORT

23. 49 Trooper Allen DOUGLAS

24. 117 Trooper George Tindall TURNER

25. 94 Trooper Ernest SALISBURY

26. 98 Trooper Charles James MANSERGH

27. 82 Trooper Donald FRASER

28. 62 Trooper Charles WINNETTE

29. 44 Trooper Thomas SUTTON

30. 68 Trooper James Miles LOGAN

31. 25 Trooper Arthur Thomas NEVILLE

32. 47 Trooper Neil RANKIN

33. 75 Trooper James Edwin WALKER

34. 88 Trooper William Paul MCLEAN

35. 65 Trooper George SHEPHERD

36. 110 Trooper Frederick John MURRAY

37. 125 Trooper Andrew THOMPSON

38. 87 Trooper Ernest Noel MILLS (Recorded on picture as J. MILLS.)

39. 35 Trooper Frederick ELLIOTT

40. 72 Trooper David LEES

41. 100 Trooper Albert Edward ONUS

42. 95 Trooper Charles Peter Stanislaus SLOEY

43. 90 Trooper Henry PLOENGES

44. 45 Trooper Philip DICKINSON

45. 63 Trooper Walter ROBB

46. 84 Trooper Kelvedon GULSON

47. 34 Trooper James Daniel DUFF

48. 33 Trooper Robert WHITE

49. 78 Trooper Adam MURRAY

50. 26 Trooper Fergus Stewart FRATER (Recorded on picture as T. FRATER.)

51. 11 Lance Corporal Alfred POUNCEBY

52. 50 Trooper Leslie William ROSEN

53. 137 Trooper William O'MALLEY

54. 99 Corporal Edwin James MORROW

55. 41 Trooper John Theodore BRUNNING

56. 69 Trooper Patrick PERRIN

57. 31 Trooper Robert HODGE

58. 92 Trooper James TARVIS (Recorded on picture as A. TARVIS.)

59. 37 Trooper Lewis Gore ORMSBY

60. 104 Trooper Daniel Peter MEEHAN

61. 77 Corporal Lionel George MACARTHUR (Recorded on picture as J. McARTHUR.)

62. 38 Trooper Richard William Peard BURROW

63. 51 Trooper James Thomas STRUCK

64. 29 Trooper Frederick William MARKS

65. 97 Corporal Thomas Evans KEENE

66. 10 Trooper Tom ILLIFE

67. 32 Lance Corporal Henry Otto BOHLSEN

68. 15 Sergeant Frank V WEIR

69. 16 Corporal William Nivison KELMAN (Recorded on picture as W. KELLERMAN.)

70. 132 Sergeant George Henry WHEELER

71. 122 Sergeant John Cuthbert BURROW (Recorded on picture as J.A. BURROW.)

72. 2 Trooper Ernest Edward BRIGDEN

73. 3  Trooper Frederick William STANTON

74. 30 Trooper Frank Lomas DAVIDSON

75. 1 Trooper Donald MACKENZIE

76. 103 Trooper Michael SMITH

77. 66 Trooper Alfred MAYNE

78. Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant Thomas WINTERTON, (Veteran of the Bechuanaland Expedition, 1884-1885), did not embark.

79. 67 Corporal George Reginald MCGUINNESS (Recorded on picture as S.R. McGUINNESS.)

80. 115 Corporal Fitzroy Augustus BUCKLETON

81. 71 Trooper Edward Christopher ANDERSON

82. 42 Trooper George CHARLES

83. 74 Trooper Alfred PRUSSING

84. 126 Trooper George Henry RALSTON

85. 101 Trooper William SHANNON (Recorded on picture as R. SHANNON.)

 

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Citizens Bushmen's Contingent

New South Wales Citizens Bushmen's Contingent, Roll of Honour  

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 5 August 2011 2:22 PM EADT
New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron, 10 February 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWCBC

 NSWCBC

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent

"A" Squadron, 10 February 1900

 

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron, 10 February 1900

[From: The Sydney Mail, 10 February 1900, pp. 330-1. Click on picture for full size.]

 

The men listed in this photograph according to the number allotted to them in the photograph. If there is a photograph of the man in the New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent Photograph Album, it will be linked. Should you wish to see the full sized photograph of this page from The Sydney Mail, click on the photograph or use the following link:

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron, 10 February 1900

 

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron - the men:

1. STRANGER

2. 64 Trooper John William HEWITT

3. 90 Trooper Henry PLOENGES

4. 45 Trooper Philip DICKINSON

5. 34 Trooper James Daniel DUFF

6. 37 Trooper Lewis Gore ORMSBY

7. 35 Trooper Frederick ELLIOTT

8. No name given.

9. 53 Trooper Patrick John FOWLER

10. 52 Trooper Beresford Frederick CAMPBELL

11. 66 Trooper Alfred MAYNE

12. 103 Trooper Michael SMITH

13. 31 Trooper Robert HODGE

14. 48 Trooper Herman HOLM

15. 21 Trumpeter Rupert de Lacey PEEK

16. 107 Trooper Patrick BURKE

17. 110 Trooper Frederick John MURRAY

18. 69 Trooper Patrick PERRIN

19. 85 Trooper Robert George DAVENPORT

20. 9 Trooper Charles Joseph HURTZ

21. 1 Trooper Donald MACKENZIE

22. 8 Trooper Allan MACDONALD

23. 51 Trooper James Thomas STRUCK

24. STRANGER

25. 120 Trooper William Wallace BUNTON

26. 105 Trooper Ernest CAMPBELL

27. 73 Trooper James Edmund Rowland CLARKE

28. 65 Trooper George SHEPHERD

29. No name given.

30. No name given.

31. 72 Trooper David LEES

32. 81 Trooper Thomas BORLASE

33. 422 Lance Corporal John SCOTT, later allotted to "D" Squadron.

34. 125 Trooper Andrew THOMPSON

35. 10 Trooper Tom ILLIFE

36. 102 Trooper Ernest MCDOUGALL

37. 101 Trooper William SHANNON

38. 60 Trooper William MCGRATH

39. 83 Trooper Charles AUSLING

40. 98 Trooper Charles James MANSERGH

41. 79 Trooper John Archibald STOPPELBEIN

42. 47 Trooper Neil RANKIN

43. 112 Trooper Hedley Vicars DOWE

44. Trooper Standish Baldwin DOWE

45. 121 Trooper Richard SHANNON

46. 78 Trooper Adam MURRAY

47. 41 Trooper John Theodore BRUNNING

48. 71 Trooper Edward Christopher ANDERSON

49. 26 Trooper Fergus Stewart FRATER

50. Trooper James FOTHERINGHAM

51. 94 Trooper Ernest SALISBURY

52. 46 Sergeant Walter MYERS

53. 32 Lance Corporal Henry Otto BOHLSEN

54. 7 Trooper Alfred Charles WHERRATT

55. 92 Trooper James TARVIS

56. 74 Trooper Alfred PRUSSING

57. 54 Trooper Sydney James TAYLOR

58. No name given.

59. 25 Trooper Arthur Thomas NEVILLE

60. 3 Trooper Frederick William STANTON

61. 2 Trooper Ernest Edward BRIGDEN

62. 108 Trooper Angus McLeod BUCHANAN

63. 50 Trooper Leslie William ROSEN

64. 4 Trooper George William ELLY

65. No name given.

66. 33 Trooper Robert WHITE

67. No name given.

68. 100 Trooper Albert Edward ONUS

69. 43 Trooper Edwin SMITH

70. 88 Trooper William Paul MCLEAN

71. 70 Trooper Albert John EASTAUGHFFE

72. 117 Trooper George Tindall TURNER

73. 96 Trooper William Francis HUNT

74. 87 Trooper Ernest Noel MILLS

75. 116 Trooper John O'CONNELL

76. 80 Trooper Edwin ROBINSON

77. 77 Corporal Lionel George MACARTHUR

78. Captain James Francis THOMAS

79. Second Lieutenant Charles CORNWALL

80. Lieutenant D William COPE

81. 131 Sergeant John QUINLIVAN

82. 132 Sergeant George Henry WHEELER

83. 115 Corporal Fitzroy Augustus BUCKLETON

84. 129 Lance Corporal James REYNOLDS

85. No name given.

86. 39 Lance Corporal Thomas Reuben Hamilton GIBB

87. 16 Corporal William Nivison KELMAN

88. 11 Lance Corporal Alfred POUNCEBY

89. 22 Trumpeter William Henry MANKEY

90. 40 Sergeant John Barber SPROAT 


 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Citizens Bushmen's Contingent

New South Wales Citizens Bushmen's Contingent, Roll of Honour  

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, "A" Squadron, 10 February 1900

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 5 August 2011 2:15 PM EADT

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