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Saturday, 29 November 2003
New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, Contents
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWCBC

 NSWCBC

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent

Contents

 

Information regarding the operations and personnel within the New South Wales Citizens Bushmen’s Contingent.

 

Items

Outline

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, Outline

 

Nominal Roll

New South Wales Citizens Bushmans Contingent, Nominal Roll 

 

Photograph Album

General

NSW Citizens Bushmans Contingent Album

Photograph Albums, NSW Citizens Bushmans Contingent, Contents 

 

"A" Squadron

"A" Squadron

"A" Squadron, 10 February 1900

 

"B" Squadron 

"B" Squadron

"B" Squadron, 10 February 1900

 

"C" Squadron 

"C" Squadron

 

"D" Squadron 

"D" Squadron

 

History

 

Personnel

"Bushie" and Battye

Enlistment ages for the Boer War - A Case Study


 

Roll of Honour

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

Lest we forget

 

 

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 (NSWCBC), Contents

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 5 August 2011 2:21 PM EADT
Boer War, 1899 - 1902, Australian Forces, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Roll of Honour
Topic: BW - NSW - 1NSWMR

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Australian Forces

Roll of Honour

1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles


Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra

 

The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the men known to have served at one time with the 1st NSW Mounted Rifles and gave their lives in service of Australia, whether as part of the 1st NSW Mounted Rifles or another unit during the Boer War.

 

Roll of Honour

Carl Oswald BASCHE

Henry Martin BUDD

 

Robert Bruce CAMPBELL

Edwin James CONYBEARE

Charles G CRIPPS

 

Percy William Chanter DRAGE

 

James FANTON

John Clarence FRASER

William FREEMAN

Thomas A FULTON

 

Belton Andrew HALLEY

William Rupert HARRIOTT

Leslie Charles HILL

 

George Harold KITE

 

Franklin H LEGGE

Thomas B LENNON

 

Richard Webb MCGILL

Simon MCLENNAN

 

EH RAMSLEY

George RAWE

Thomas C ROBERTSON

 

Frederick Victor SMITH

 

Norman E THOMPSON

 

Frederick William WHINFIELD

David WILLIS

Lest we forget

 

Further Reading:

1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles

1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Roll of Honour

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles, Roll of Honour

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Monday, 10 May 2010 11:40 AM EADT
South African (Second Boer) War: 1899-1902, Embarkation Roll: HAC to HAR
Topic: BW - Boer War

South African (Second Boer) War, 1899-1902

Australian Participation - Full Index

Embarkation Roll: HAC to HAR

 

 

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: HAC to HAR

 

4016 Corporal Alfred John HACKETT, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

32 Private Ernest James HACKETT, 'A' Sqn. NSW Mounted Rifles.

65 Private Ernest John HACKETT, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

434 Private Hugh HACKETT, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Trooper R HACKETT, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry.

227 Trooper Samuel HACKETT, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

A HACKNEY, Prince of Wales' Light Horse.

46 Private Charles Wesley HACKWOOD, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

438 Private Arthur Graham HADDEN, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

224 Trooper John E HADDEN, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

38239 Trooper OF HADDEN, 2nd Scottish Horse.

847 Private Joseph HADDOCK, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

2509 Private Edmund HADDOW, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

1292 Staff Sergeant David HADFIELD, Army Medical Corps, Commonwealth - NSW.

1292 Staff Sergeant David HADFIELD, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

4 Sergeant David James HADFIELD, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

392 Private Edward Albert HADFIELD, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

3450 Trooper Henry Foster HADFIELD, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

2589 Gunner William Frank HADFIELD, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

1446 Private Harry HADLEY, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

97 Trooper Stephen HADLOW, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

2553 Trooper Denis HAGARTY, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

156 Private William Charles HAGEL, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

164 Trooper Frank HAGNEY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

43 Private Harry William HAGON, 1st Victorian Mounted Infantry.

2865 Private Arthur HAIGH, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

947 Trooper Charles E HAIGH, NSW Lancers.

1223 Private Edward Leslie Simpson HAIGH, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

103 Private William HAIGH, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

479 Trooper Albert James HAINES, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

785 Trooper Edward HAINES, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

356 Private Edward Ernest HAINES, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

2154 Private William George HAINES, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

347 Private Victor Arthur HAIR, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1343 Private Victor Arthur HAIR, Army Medical Corps, Commonwealth.

1343 Private Victor Arthur HAIR, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

65 Trooper Albert Xavier HAIZ, 1st Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

724 Trooper George HAKEN, NSW Lancers.

448 Trooper Alexander HALDEN, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

33563 Trooper J HALE, 2nd Scottish Horse.

362 Private Thomas HALE, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

1263 Private Thomas Arthur HALE, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

150 Private Louis Napoleon HALES, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

317 Sergeant Matthew D HALES, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

105 Private Maurice Day HALES, 4th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

160 Private Thomas Hillary HALES, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

272 Trooper Arthur HALEY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

40156 Trooper WG HALFORD, 2nd Scottish Horse.

Trooper WA HALISSE, Cape Garrison Artillery.

2219 Private Albert HALL, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

866 Private Arthur Ernest HALL, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

41 Private Charles Arthur HALL, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australia.

1927 Trooper David HALL, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

213 Private David HALL, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1009 Trooper Ebenezer HALL, 1st Australian Horse.

2157 Trooper Ellis HALL, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

62 Private Ernest William HALL, 3rd West Australian Bushmen.

Trooper FC HALL, Bushveldt Carbineers.

Frank HALL, Bushveldt Carbineers.

1568 Private Frank Leslie HALL, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

39708 Trooper G HALL, 2nd Scottish Horse.

40 Private Gordon Frank HALL, 1st Tasmanian Mounted Infantry.

Lance Corporal H HALL, Kitchener's Fighting Scouts.

95 Private Henry HALL, 3rd West Australian Bushmen.

146 Trooper Howard Frank HALL, 4th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

115 Private John HALL, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

33 Private John David HALL, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

282 Private John Joseph HALL, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1584 Trooper Joseph HALL, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

367 Trooper Joseph HALL, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

2740 Corporal Percival HALL, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

55 Private Richard HALL, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

1310 Corporal Sidney HALL, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

158 Private Thomas Patrick Joseph HALL, 2nd Victorian Mounted Rifles.

944 Private William HALL, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

3740 Trooper William HALL, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

2283 Trooper William John HALL, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

277 Private John HALLAHAN, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

1 Sergeant Harry HALLAM, 1st Tasmanian Mounted Infantry.

Lieutenant Harry HALLAM, 2nd Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

Warrant Officer James William HALLETT, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

61 Private Robert James HALLETT, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

60 Private Belton Andrew HALLEY, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

200 Private Thomas HALLEY, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

2395 Trooper George HALLIDAY, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

352 Private Robert HALLIDAY, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

3039 Trooper William HALLIDAY, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

6 Trooper William Arthur HALLIDAY, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

Trooper S HALLIER, Brabant's Horse.

111 Private Thomas HALLIGAN, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

392 Private Thomas HALLIGAN, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

224 Private Robert HALLIWELL, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

131 Trooper Rowland HALLORAN, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

575 Trooper Sappho HALLS, 6th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

897 Private John HALLY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

137 Corporal Thomas HALLY, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

1039 Private Frank HALSALL, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

400 Private Edward George HALSE, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

44 Private Kenedon Jeffreys HALSE, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

Lieutenant Kenedon Jeffreys HALSE, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

591 Lance Corporal Arthur Stanley HALSTED, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

1459 Trooper Francis Gilbert HALSTED, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

Captain David John HAM, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

76 Private Edgar Anthony HAMBLY, 3rd West Australian Bushmen.

415 Private Willam H HAMBLY, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

Sergeant AP HAMER, Brabant's Horse.

107 Private Arthur HAMER, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

239 Private George HAMER, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

140 Private Alexander HAMILTON, 2nd Tasmanian Bushmen.

2116 Private Archibald Victor HAMILTON, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

179 Shoeing Smith Benjamin HAMILTON, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

218 Private C HAMILTON, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

1367 Trooper David Alexander HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

2106 Sergeant Francis Benjamin HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

2577 Trooper George FC HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

229 Driver Henry HAMILTON, 2nd Victorian Mounted Rifles.

66 Trooper Henry William Vere HAMILTON, 1st Tasmanian Imperial Bushmen.

76 Private Herbert George HAMILTON, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Corporal J HAMILTON, Border Horse.

151 Private James HAMILTON, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

358 Sergeant James HAMILTON, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

436 Private James Alfred HAMILTON, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

287 Private James Alfred HAMILTON, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

2434 Trooper James Henry HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

869 Corporal James Richard HAMILTON, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

632 Lance Corporal John Henry HAMILTON, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

150 Private John Henry HAMILTON, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

955 Private John Melrose HAMILTON, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

3104 Trooper Joseph HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

304 Trumpeter Joseph Alexander HAMILTON, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

14 Lance Sergeant Joseph G HAMILTON, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

Lieutenant Oscar Rudolph HAMILTON, 2nd Scottish Horse.

68 Trooper Reginald Alexander HAMILTON, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

301 Private Samuel HAMILTON, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

114 Private Samuel George HAMILTON, 1st Victorian Mounted Infantry.

1047 Private Stanley HAMILTON, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, South Australian.

80 Lance Corporal Thomas HAMILTON, 1st West Australian Mounted Infantry.

36899 Trooper WG HAMILTON, 2nd Scottish Horse.

21215 Lance Corporal WH HAMILTON, South African Light Horse.

364 Trooper William HAMILTON, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

3159 Trooper William HAMILTON, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

2829 Private William HAMILTON, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

2689 Gunner William HAMILTON, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

555 Private William Henry HAMILTON, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

444 Private William Hugh HAMILTON, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

540 Trooper William John HAMILTON, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

Major Henry HAMILTON-BROWNE, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

41112 Trooper H HAMLIN, 2nd Scottish Horse.

366 Private WJ HAMMER, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

2297 Shoeing Smith Alexander Henry HAMMOND, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

149 Private Arthur HAMMOND, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

549 Private Charles Stewart HAMMOND, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

31625 Trooper Charles Stewart HAMMOND, 2nd Scottish Horse.

299 Private Frederick Grant HAMMOND, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

288 Private Harold Aubrey HAMMOND, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

386 Sergeant Henry HAMMOND, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

854 Corporal Maxwell Charles Lefebre HAMMOND, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

593 Private Stanley Forrest HAMMOND, 3rd Victorian Bushmen.

290 Private Walter HAMMOND, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

240 Private William Gladstone HAMMOND, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

512 Lance Corporal Richard Frank HAMP, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

399 Private Alfred James HAMPSHIRE, 8th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

1631 Trooper Harry W HAMPSON, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

490 Trooper Wright HAMPSON, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

233 Private George HAMPTON, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

37 Shoeing Smith Alfred Walter Thomas HANCHANT, 4th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

88 Trooper Edmund Joseph HANCOCK, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

628 Trooper Harold HANCOCK, 6th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

243 Private Robert James HANCOCK, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

997 Trooper Francis HD HAND, Bethune's Mounted Infantry.

473 Private Hugh Hunter HANDCOCK, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

488 Shoeing Smith Peter Joseph HANDCOCK, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

1160 Private William HANDLEN, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

1790 Trooper Herbert HANDLEY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

1537 Private William Thomas HANDLEY, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

1534 Trooper Alfred HANDS, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

997 Trooper FH HANDS, Bethune's Mounted Infantry.

246 Trooper Frederick HANDY, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

59 Private John HANDY, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

1206 Private Harold Leslie HANIGAN, 1st Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

638 Private Samuel HANKS, 2nd Battalion Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

31630 Trooper Samuel Henry HANKS, 2nd Scottish Horse.

Lieutenant Charles HANLEY, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

196 Private James John HANLEY, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

68 Sergeant Tom HANLEY, 1st South Australian Mounted Rifles.

73 Trooper William Henry HANLEY, 4th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

174 Private John HANLON, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

117 Private Patrick John HANLON, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

37 Private RA HANLON, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

31631 Lance Corporal Robert Augustine HANLON, 2nd Scottish Horse.

281 Private William Lawrence HANLON, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

Lieutenant John Matthew HANLY, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

537 Private Charles Edmund HANNA, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

1489 Trooper John A HANNA, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

22 Trooper William David HANNA, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

442 Trooper Frank Elliot HANNAFORD, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

280 Trooper John James HANNAFORD, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

23 Lance Corporal John HANNAH, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

2827 Private Robert James HANNAH, 4th Australian Commonwealth Horse, West Australia.

282 Private Charles Henry Gonda HANNAM, 3rd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

133 Private HG HANNAM, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

523 Trumpeter Horace Henry HANNAM, 6th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

381 Lance Corporal William Charles HANNAM, 5th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

38157 Trooper Charles HANNAN, Brabant's Horse.

5653 Private LH HANNAN, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry.

178 Private Michael John HANNAN, 4th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

687 Private Michael John HANNAN, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

Lieutenant HANNAN, Bushveldt Carbineers.

2969 Gunner James HANNEY, A' Bty. Royal Australian Artillery.

2096 Private George Henry HANNIGAN, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

31616 Trooper Robert HANSARD, 2nd Scottish Horse.

2938 Trooper William HANSBY, 3rd NSW Mounted Rifles.

16 Trooper Joseph HANSELL, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

406 Private Arthur William HANSEN, 6th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

378 Private Charles Bent HANSON, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

25 Private Edward Joseph HANSON, 2nd Queensland Mounted Infantry.

31 Private EH HANSON, 1st South Australian Mounted Rifles.

224 Farrier Sergeant George HANSON, 1st Australian Horse.

1573 Farrier Sergeant George HANSON, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

286 Private Henry Syvert HANSON, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

264 Private Kenneth Edward HANSON, 5th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

Private HANSON, Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry.

2147 Private Alfred Adolphus HANSTEIN, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

197 Sergeant Alfred King HARBORD, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

2207 Shoeing Smith Robert HARBOURNE, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

720 Private Alan Scott HARDEN, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

Trooper HARDEN, Scottish Horse.

625 Trooper Franciscus John HARDER, 6th South Australian Imperial Bushmen.

54 Private Alexander Forrester HARDIE, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

1738 Trooper Edward HARDIE, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

43 Private James HARDIE, 2nd West Australian Mounted Infantry.

1377 Private James Frew HARDIE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

1439 Private Malcolm Kenneth HARDIE, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

1577 Private Timothy Patrick HARDIMAN, 5th Victorian Mounted Rifles.

992 Private Charles Robert HARDING, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

589 Private George Aaron HARDING, 4th Victorian Imperial Bushmen.

397 Trooper Henry HARDING, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

292 Private Richard George HARDING, 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Queensland.

516 Private William HARDING, 6th West Australian Mounted Infantry.

2345 Trooper William John HARDING, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

504 Farrier Samuel Moss HARDWELL, 1st New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

405 Trumpeter Edward HARDWICK, Army Medical Corps, NSW.

1451 Trumpeter Corporal Edward H HARDWICK, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

402 Private Richard Knox HARDWICK, 5th Queensland Imperial Bushmen.

176 Trooper Alfred HARDY, 2nd New South Wales Mounted Rifles.

2142 Private Alfred Ernest HARDY, 3rd Australian Commonwealth Horse, Tasmania.

31 Private Edward James HARDY, 3rd West Australian Bushmen.

5 Trooper George Lawrence HARDY, 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

53 Private Henry Cullum HARDY, NSW Imperial Bushmen.

177 Trooper Henry George LR HARDY, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

3220 Sergeant John HARDY, 3rd NSW Imperial Bushmen.

194 Corporal NJ HARDY, 6th Australian Commonwealth Horse, Victoria.

358 Trooper Thomas HARDY, NSW Citizens' Bushmen.

118 Trumpeter Victor John HARDY, 5th Australian Commonwealth Horse, New South Wales.

 

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: HAC to HAR

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Friday, 30 April 2010 9:18 AM EADT
New South Wales Infantry Contingent, Legge Letter 28 December 1899
Topic: BW - NSW - NSW Inf
 

NSW Inf

New South Wales Infantry Contingent

Legge Letter 28 December 1899

 

Legge Letter 28 December 1899

 

After the arrival of Captain JW Legge in South Africa, he sent a series of letters to Sydney describing the activities of the New South Wales Infantry Contingent. They are a mixture of action and issues and so allow the reader to get to know this unit in an intimate manner. The personality of Legge comes through very clearly in his commentaries. The following is a transcript of his letter dated 28 December 1899.

 

Camp, Enslin Railway Siding near Modder River, South Africa.
28 December 1899

From Captain Legge
Commander NSW Infantry Company

To the Chief Staff Officer, New South Wales.

Sir,

I have the honour to report the following occurrences since my last letter from Capt Town.

On 6 December 1899, in accordance with instructions received at Cape Town, I handed over to the Officer Commanding Mounted Rifles all my horses, transport, and miscellaneous stores, in order to save time as the Company had to entrain the following morning. I was informed that these would eventually be taken over by the Imperial Government, and that we should receive the necessary mule transport at De Aar. My orders were to proceed at once to De Aar and report to the Officer Commanding Australian Regiment.

On 7 December 1899, I drew three days preserved rations and sufficient ammunition to make 100 rounds per man and 4,000 for the machine gun. The Company marched in full marching order through Cape Town to the Railway Station and received a fair reception from the people en route. The train moved off at 11 am. During the journey there were many delays, and more rations had to be obtained, but eventually, after four days and three nights in the train, we arrived at Enslin, a siding on the railways about 18 miles south of Modder River, lat on the night of Sunday, 10 December 1899.

All consequent halting places on the line were occupied by troops, as many as could be provided for by the local water supply. Troops on the trains can always have hot water for tea, and washing water also, got ready at any place where there are troops by sending a wire ahead.

At Enslin we were met by Colonel Hoad, Commander what has been named the Australian Regiment, and went under canvas.

Enslin is only a railway siding near a farm owned by a Boer of the same name, and the Australians have been holding this point on the railway line, which from Modder River to Orange River is liable to attack on either flank. Every seven miles there is a camp similar to our own, and here we have even been strengthened since by 2 guns Royal Horse Artillery, a detachment Royal Engineers, and part of the "Gordons" who were rather badly knocked about at Modder River. There are many graves here of those who fought in the Graspan - Enslin engagement.

The country is undulating Veldt with may Kopjes. Four of these near the railway are held by piquets day and night, and the Veldt around the camp and well is encircled. The Australian Regiment consists of the NSW, Victorian, South Australian, West Australian and Tasmanian Companies, five in all, 125 each except Tasmania which is only 80, and also the Victorian Mounted Rifles attached, with 3 Medical Officers from Victoria, South Australia and West Australia, in all about 700.

The day after arrival we sorted out kits and sent away to Cape Town a number of things that the Commanding Officer decided would not be required by us.

In accordance with the advice of Imperial Officers in Cape Town I had arranged for an agent to act for us in every capacity, AR MacKenzie & Co. This IO found afterwards had been also done by other Colonial troops. A number of our spare stores and kits are now in charge of the above firm, and any money matters may be arranged through them also. The equipment of the Company now consists of - Arms, accoutrements, tents (outer bell only), blankets and water proof sheets, camp kettles, 1 suit of uniform 2 shirts 2 pair socks, 1 pair puttees, 2 pair boots, 1 bowl, 1 great coat, 1 hat, 1 cap and 2 flannel belts each. The rest is in Cape Town in charge of AR MacKenzie & Co., who are large forwarding and general agents.

All the troops here are in puttees, while those raised locally or in other colonies nearly all wear the felt hat.

The rest of the Australians had Martini Enfield rifles and were rearmed with Magazine Lee Metfords, but so far have not been allowed by the Commanding Officer to fire a single round to test their rifles. Of course our men, excepting the Volunteers, have done 2 years' musketry with theirs, and even the Volunteers fired at Randwick before leaving home.

Since coming here we have had plenty of work, fatigues and drill by day, and a good deal of night work. In every four days we get 24 hours outpost duty on the kopjes, and 2 nights standing to arms from 3 am till 5 am, one night only being unbroken. Several nights we have had alarms also.

The health of the Company is good. Private Coxhead was left in Hospital at the Cape with rheumatism, and Private Bright has been sent down from here to hospital at Orange River with the same complaint. There has been a good deal of dysentery and other bowel complaints, caused partly by water, and even more by sour bread supplied by the Army Bakery Column at Orange River.

As we have no medical comforts or station hospital here I am spending a little of the incidental money on fresh milk from the Kafir camp here, which I give the sick men boiled and allowed to cool, and with rice if possible. This gives them relief and takes the place of the bad bread they would have otherwise to eat. The Commanding Officer will not arrange for a Regimental canteen, so I have advanced some money for a Company canteen, where we sell groceries at a small profit, out of which we provide little luxuries for the men, such as curry etc.

On Christmas Day I issued groceries (mostly tinned provisions) free to the Company, and charged same to Incidental money. I should be glad to have this expenditure approved. Twice we were fortunate enough to obtain from a trader a barrel of beer, which was retailed to the men not exceeding 1 quart per diem.

After a few days here I came to the conclusion that the present constitution of this Regiment was very unsatisfactory for many reasons. The units themselves were none of them equal to ours in discipline or training, and in fact were in part formed of recruits and none of them were familiar with the rifle. Party feeling was rife and jealousy everywhere more especially as the Commanding Officer, Major, Quartermaster, Squadron Sergeant Major, Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant Major, Butcher, Hospital Attendants etc were all Victorians, the Adjutant alone being an Imperial Officer and he not a man of strong will (Lascelles, a Captain of the Royal Fusiliers), lately Aide de Camp to the Governor of South Australia.

This disproportion did not affect me so much as the fact that the Victorian contingent were outrageously favourites in everything, even rations, at the expense of the others, that all the officers were disunited, and the Commanding Officer seemed altogether different to Regimental Commanding Officers in Imperial Service.

I therefore, after carefully considering the situation, sent in to the Commanding Officer a very respectful letter, asking that the Company might be attached to an Imperial Regiment, and that my letter might be forwarded. At a private interview with him, in which I was invited to speak out, I frankly told him my reasons, and that I feared the result of taking such a combination into action.

After keeping the letter a day the Commanding Officer came to me and gave me the option of withdrawing it. I understood indirectly from what he said, that the NSW Company would be sent to the base. It was a very difficult position, but he undoubtedly held the stronger hand, and anything he might say would no doubt carry more weight with the General Officer Commanding than anything I could say. Rather than allow the Company to do such I finally consented to withdraw the letter, but I fully expect that when we get in a tight place it will be left for this Company to pull some of the others out.

The matter being settled however I have done my best and I think that the NSW Officers are now in a fair way to being popular all round and that they are helping to bind others together.

There is no doubt that when it comes to solid fighting some of the Companies will be very difficult in fire discipline, but I hope NSW will keep things going. Already up here the 28 Lancers under Osborne, who were detached with Lord Methuen's Column have been known as the "Fighting Twenty Eight" and I hope we may earn something of the same ourselves.

This report has been written in a very disjointed fashion, as it has to be done on several days, and with many interruptions.

Sir, Your obedient servant
JW Legge, Captain
Commander NSW Infantry Unit

PS. Our mails arrive in a very scrappy fashion, and many letters we know should come have no yet done so. If the GPO would make up bags for each unit separately and add to our "Australian Regt", then would be much more regularity. This is already done now by some Colonies. JHL.


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Further Reading:

New South Wales Infantry Contingent

New South Wales Infantry Contingent, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Infantry Contingent, Legge Letter 28 December 1899

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Sunday, 10 April 2011 9:36 AM EADT
"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles, Antill Letter, 7 January 1900
Topic: BW - NSW - NSWMR_A

A Sqn NSWMR

"A" Squadron, NSW Mounted Rifles

Antill Letter, 7 January 1900

 

Antill Letter, 7 January 1900

 

The following transcript is of a letter written by Captain John Macquarie Antill, Officer Commanding the New South Wales Mounted Rifles contingent to South Africa to the New South Wales Chief Staff Officer and Assistant Adjutant General Colonel Henry Douglas Mackenzie.

 
Prieska, Orange Free State
7 January 1900

The AA General
NSW Forces

Sir

Since my last I have to report the following. On the 29th Ultima a force consisting of a Company of Infantry, 2 Maxim Guns and the Squadron under my command and also 20 Remmington Guides, were ordered to march at once for this town to protect it from the rebel Boers who were reported to be rising on the northern side of the Orange River in Grequaland. The march was less than 130 miles was done in 3 days, and excepting some few horses which knocked up and had to be left on the road and without casualty at 3 am, 2nd Instant. Lieutenant Colonel Alderson who was in command directed me to at once take up position under cover on the River's bank and attack any Boers who might show themselves upon the other side. It appears that a Commando of about 20 had seized a farm commanding the punt crossing and not believing  that the British would sent a force from De Aar were in the habit of coming down to the water's edge in the early morning to water horses etc. The inhabitants were in great fear as the Boers were seizing and destroying their property daily. The Boers showed out of their cover at 5 am but excepting 2 troops of 15 on whom I would not fire, did not approach nearer as it seemed to me that there was no chance of their approaching I opened fire with some twenty other ranks on some seven of them which fire they returned by a few rounds and they cleared out precipitously. Three of them were wounded and one native who I sent over afterwards from in four places. Crossing the river in a boat we cleared the country for some distance and returning to their laager captured a quantity of their guns and ammunition. Colonel Alerson returned to De Aar same evening leaving me with my Squadron and a troop of Remmington Guides. The Orange River is about 200 yards wide and passable at 5 drifts extending over 5 miles of frontage all of which was quickly secured and hold. Yesterday with a party of 40 crossed the river and proceeded quickly to a farm 16 miles north where I believed several of them were rising - reaching there at 5 am. Imprisoned seven rebels who gave themselves up. Secured quantity of arms and ammunition and retired to Prieska by 11 am. Inhabitants much impressed by this capture. The position here is difficult one as only about 10% of those living in the town can be counted loyal. Expect to be here for a week or two longer and to be reinforced by a troop of Scots Greys from Marth’s Drift 100 miles east. The Boers are a dirty lot of men and women - religion - good riders and mounted on country bred ponies very good of their kind. They are armed with all sort of weapons chiefly Martinis - Sporting rifles - old Henrys and some kings I have never seen before - I have a collection of some 40 some of them very good ones.

Have lost 3 horses, one from pneumonia one broken leg and one dropped dead from heart disease yesterday. Men in splendid spirits and very keen. British Officers much pleased with the way they work. Received a telegram from General Officer Commanding Orange River yesterday saying he was very pleased with the activity of the troops here. Officers all doing well. Rations difficult to get and very expensive. Climate like our own in summer. It is generally thought that the war will be a protracted one - the defensive positions occupied by the Rebels being almost impregnable. They are very difficult to see among the rocks and cover and the country is most difficult to get about on, even on the flat parts as the surface is generally rough and scrubby and very hard on the horses' feet.

I have the honour to be
Sir
Your obedient servant
JM Antill, Captain
Commanding New South Wales Mounted Rifles and Troops
Prieska, Orange River

Chief Staff Officer
Received 5 February 1900

 

 

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War Diaries and Letters

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Australian Light Horse Studies Centre, War Diaries and Letters, Site Transcription Policy 

 

 

Further Reading:

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, Antill Letter, 7 January 1900

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