Topic: BatzB - Onverwacht
South African (Second Boer) War
The Battle of Onverwacht, South Africa, 4 January 1902
Roll of Honour
Poppies on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial, Canberra
The Roll of Honour contains the names of all the Australian men from the Allied forces known to have served and lost their lives during the Battle of Onverwacht, 4 January 1902.
Roll of Honour
Somerset Light InfantryKilledMajor J. M. Vallentin, killed.
19th Company Imperial YeomanryDied of WoundsLieutenant H. R. Johnstone, severely wounded, since dead;Wounded25881 Corporal G. Adams,Private V. Brownlee,25735 Private J. Cameron,23893 Private A. Dott,31001 Private T. E. Isaac,Private R. Martin,22559 Private A. Torbain,
24862 Private R. Wipper, severely wounded.
Royal Field ArtilleryWoundedCaptain E. H. T. Parsons, severely wounded.
5th Queensland Bushmen
Killed in Action or Died of WoundsAnders Gustav BELIN
Robert Edwin BERRY
William George CLARKE
Alexander William EAGLETON
Frederick Thomas GOODALL
Robert Shaw KELLY
James Charles POWER
Edward Hugh SALT
James Patrick SHANNON
Wounded8 Bugler W. Busbie,
23 Private D. D. Arnold,
840 Private W. Batchelor,
93 Corporal C. Byrne,
Captain H. R. Carter, severely wounded forearm,
510 Private H. Dobe
465 Corporal F. J. Fenwick,
Lieutenant J. R. Higginson, severely wounded thigh,
458 Private M. A. Murray,
175 Private E. Norman,
155 Private W. Palmer,
384 Private F. Sinclair, severely wounded;
16 Corporal B. Smith,
481 Private G. W. T. Waterton, slightly wounded.
Hampshire Mounted InfantryWoundedCaptain E. Leigh, severely wounded neck;3395 Colour Sergeant G. H. Weston,1781 Lance Corporal. C. Butler,5492 Private F. DanielIs, severely wounded.
Pom Poms, Royal Horse ArtilleryWoundedBombardier F. Orris, severely wounded;30357 Gunner. A. C. D. Robs, slightly wounded.
Royal Artillery StaffWoundedSergeant T. Laycock, severely wounded.
21st LancersWounded3861 Private E. Stace, slightly wounded.
Lest We Forget
Citation: The Battle of Onverwacht, South Africa, 4 January 1902, Roll of Honour