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Sunday, 21 December 2003
The NSW Lancers, South African War, Daily Life in Camp
Topic: BW - NSW - Lancers

Boer War - New South Wales

New South Wales Lancers

DAILY LIFE IN CAMP

 

Daily Life in Camp 
[From: Town and Country Journal, 10 February 1900, p. 38.]

 

The full story is transcribed below.

 

Daily Life in Camp

CONSTANT SKIRMISHES.

EFFECTS OF SHELL FIRE.

DE AAR (SOUTH AFRICA). January 4, 1900.

Right along the western frontier the various British columns seem to have decided to mark time until the arrival of Lord Roberts, who is expected at the front next week, and no general advance may be looked for at least a fortnight.

At Modder River I found the Boers still busy shifting their guns into more commanding positions, and now and again blazing away in an apparently aimless way with their "Long Tom," while we reply with our 4.7 navel gun "Joe Chamberlain." No damage was done on either side worth mentioning. The whole of the Highland Brigade is absolutely disheartened at its constant losses and rebuffs, and it will take a brilliant victory to put the old time life into them.

Lieutenant Osborne and his men of the New South Wales Lancers have established quite a reputation at Modder. They were perpetually sent out to draw the enemy fire, and are known at the front as "The Fighting 28." At Enslin, where the bulk of the Australian troops are stationed, constant sorties are made, with the view of ascertaining the Boer position, and though nothing has been heard of them in the fighting line an yet, our men are doing very arduous and useful work, scouting, piquet and reconnaissance duty fully occupying their time. Colonel Hoad, of Victoria, command the whole of the Australian contingent at Enslin, which includes the Victoria M.A., 125; Victorian Infantry, 126; West Australian Infantry, 125; South Australian Infantry, 125; N.S.W, Infantry, 125; and Tasmanian Infantry, 87. Captain Legge and Lieutenant Logan and Dover are getting into excellent form and the men are well. There is some talk of the Australian Infantry being kept on lines of communication, and strenuous efforts are being made to mount the NSW men, who can all ride, and would prove very valuable as a mounted regiment. I believe that Sir Alfred Milner has received the suggestion favourably, much to the delight of our boys, who are anxious to be in the thick of it.

 

 

Note: HH Spooner died of enteric fever (typhoid) at Deelfontein few months after writing this article.

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Lancers

The Fighting 28 

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The NSW Lancers, South African War, Daily Life in Camp

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 8 May 2010 7:16 PM EADT
The NSW Lancers, The Fighting 28
Topic: BW - NSW - Lancers

Boer War - New South Wales 

The NSW Lancers

The Fighting 28

 

Septimus Frank Osborne, OC The Fighting 28

 

 

"The Fighting 28"

After the NSW Lancers disembarked at Cape Town they were given ten days at Stellenbosch base camp near Cape Town. From there they were transported by train to De Aar junction arriving on 15 November 1899. It was at this point that 44 Lancers under the command of Captain Cox, were attached to General John Denton's column.

The remaining 28 Lancers under Lieutenant Septimus Osborne, making a total of 29 men, were quickly equipped and attached to the 9th Lancers to fill vacancies in that regiment, as part of Lord Methuen Force.

This small Lancer group of 29 were referred to as The Fighting 28. On  22nd November 1899, they had their first contact with the Boers at Thomas' Farm near Belmont Station some 160 km north west of Colesberg.

 

"The Fighting 28" together in South Africa

 

 

"The Fighting 28" Nominal Roll

 

Second Lieutenant Septimus Frank Osborne

 

507 Trooper Frederick Avard - Roll of Honour

817 Trooper William Hope Brady

629 Trooper Philip Brew

749 Trooper John Joseph Byrne

476 Trooper James Clarke

477 Sergeant John Sylvester Dooley

750 Trooper Guy EL Doudney

317 Trooper George Thomas Fenwick

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742 Corporal Chales Hopf

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494 Trooper Michael McGill

824 Trooper Arthur McManus

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574 Trooper John Alexander "Jack" Roberts

303 Squadron Sergeant Major Henry Robson

888 Trooper Henry Sandon

734 Trooper Alfred Edward Saville

733 Trooper John Frederick Seccombe

502 Trooper John Sproule

210 Trooper George James Stratford

298 Trooper Harley "Henry" Thomas

828 Trooper Eric Burford Treatt

815 Trooper William James Turner

797 Trooper William Wilson Watts

740 Trooper Charles Edward Webster

 

Roll of Honour

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Frederick AVARD

Lest We Forget

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Lancers

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: The NSW Lancers, The Fighting 28

Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 8 May 2010 7:06 PM EADT
Tuesday, 31 December 2002
New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Walter Melrose Ellis
Topic: BW - NSW - Lancers

New South Wales Lancers

Roll of Honour

Walter Melrose Ellis

 

Walter Melrose Ellis's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Walter Melrose Ellis

Service number: 891

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: NSW Lancers

Service: Colonial Military Forces

Conflict: South Africa, 1899-1902

Date of death: 18 November 1900

Place of death: At sea (Harlech Castle)

Cause of death: Died

Source: AWM142 Roll of Honour cards, War in South Africa, 1899-1902

 

Walter Melrose Ellis

 

A brief military biography of Walter Melrose Ellis :

Regimental number891
Date of birth23 August 1872
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationCarpenter
AddressDouble Bay, NSW
Marital statusSingle
Age at embarkation28
Next of kinFather, William Ellis, 6 Wallace Street, Paddington, NSW
Enlistment date1 January 1900
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll1 January 1900
Rank on enlistmentTrooper
Unit nameNSW Lancers, 3rd Draft
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from Sydney, NSW, on board Maori King on 17 January 1900
Rank from Nominal RollTrooper
Unit from Nominal RollNSW Lancers
FateDied of Disease, 18 November 1900
Place of burialAt sea
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
1
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
Burial Service conducted on board the Harlech Castle, 18 November 1900.
Memorial Service held at St John's Church, Paddington, 9 December 1900.
Brother in Law: 83 Pte Simon McLennan, NSW Mounted Rifles. Died of wounds, 3 March 1900, Colesberg, South Africa.

Lest we forget

Town and Country Journal, 8 December 1900, p. 38.

 

The transcription is below:

 

Trooper W. M Ellis

Died of pneumonia on board the Harlech Castle on November 18. The deceased was particularly a fine man physically. He had been through the whole campaiqn, being one of the troops who proceeded to South Africa in the troopship Kent. He was present at the relief of Kimberley, but escaped the bullets of the Boers only to fall a victim to disease when homeward bound. Ellis was buried at see at 4 o'clock the same afternoon, the ceremony being very impressive. All the troops were lined up on deck, and the chaplain (the Rev. Mr. McBain, of Victoria) read the service.

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Lancers

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Walter Melrose Ellis


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 8 May 2010 9:31 PM EADT
Monday, 30 December 2002
New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Leslie Dagworth Tunks
Topic: BW - NSW - Lancers

New South Wales Lancers

Roll of Honour

Leslie Dagworth Tunks

 

Leslie Dagworth Tunks's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Leslie Dagworth Tunks

Service number: 879

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: NSW Lancers, First Contingent

Service: Colonial Military Forces

Conflict: South Africa, 1899-1902

Date of death: 2 June 1900

Place of death: Kroonstadt

Cause of death: Died

Source: AWM142 Roll of Honour cards, War in South Africa, 1899-1902

 

Leslie Dagworth Tunks

 

A brief military biography of Leslie Dagworth Tunks:

Regimental number879
Date of birth27 September 1875
Place of birthParramatta, New South Wales
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationClerk
AddressRoss Street, Parramatta, NSW
Marital statusSingle
Previous ServiceParramatta High School
Age at embarkation25
Next of kinFather: Mr George Tunks, Ross Street, Parramatta, NSW
Enlistment date
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll
Rank on enlistmentPrivate
Unit nameNSW Lancers
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from London, UK, on board Nineveh on 10 October 1899
Rank from Nominal RollPrivate
Unit from Nominal RollNSW Lancers
FateDied of Disease, 2 June 1900
Place of burialKroonstad Garden of Rememberance
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
1

Lest we forget

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Lancers

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Leslie Dagworth Tunks


Posted by Project Leader at 12:01 AM EAST
Updated: Saturday, 8 May 2010 9:32 PM EADT
Sunday, 29 December 2002
New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Franz Gustav A L Fetting
Topic: BW - NSW - Lancers

New South Wales Lancers

Roll of Honour

Franz Gustav A L Fetting

 

Franz Gustav A L Fetting's name on the Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial

 

Franz Gustav A L Fetting

Service number: 599

Rank: Trooper [Tpr]

Unit: NSW Lancers

Service: Colonial Military Forces

Conflict: South Africa, 1899-1902

Place of death: South Africa

Cause of death: Illness

Source: AWM142 Roll of Honour cards, War in South Africa, 1899-1902

 

A brief military biography of Franz Gustav A L Fetting :

Regimental number599
Date of birth25 April 1868
Place of birthStrassburg, Germany
ReligionChurch of England
OccupationFarmer and Scrub Feller
AddressRichmond River, Lismore, NSW
Marital statusSingle
Previous ServiceGerman Army
Lismore High School 1896
Age at embarkation31
Next of kin
Enlistment date1888
Date of enlistment from Nominal Roll
Rank on enlistmentTrooper
Unit nameNSW Lancers
Embarkation detailsUnit embarked from London, UK, on board Nineveh on 10 October 1899
Rank from Nominal RollTrooper
Unit from Nominal RollNSW Lancers
FateDied of Disease, 8 May 1900
Place of burialPresident Brand cemetery, Bloemfontein
Panel number, Roll of Honour,
  Australian War Memorial
1
Miscellaneous information from
  cemetery records
 

Lest we forget

 

Further Reading:

New South Wales Lancers

New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour 

Boer War, 1899 - 1902

Battles where Australians fought, 1899-1920

 


Citation: New South Wales Lancers, Roll of Honour, Franz Gustav A L Fetting


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Updated: Saturday, 8 May 2010 9:33 PM EADT

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