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AYLESBURY BOER
WAR MEMORIAL

Buckinghamshire men who died in the boer war - information
Compiled and copyright © 2004 - Martin Edwards

The memorial can be found in the Market Square, Aylesbury.

IN HONOUR OF THE OFFICERS, NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN
OF THE 1ST BUCKS VOLUNTEERS, WHO SERVED IN SOUTH AFRICA
BETWEEN MARCH 1900 AND JUNE 1902

ALLNUTT

J R

Private, Slough Company

BANDY

W E

Corporal, Buckingham Company

BARNES

E

Private, High Wycombe Company

BARRATT

W

Private, High Wycombe Company

BARRON

C A

Lieutenant, Slough Company

BEARD

H R

Private, Wolverton Company

BENNETT

W

Private, Slough Company

BOREHAM

F

Private, High Wycombe Company

BOUGHTON

H

Corporal, Bearer Section

BOWLES

R

Private, High Wycombe Company

BREWER

D

Private, Slough Company

BUTCHER

W H

Private, Buckingham Company

BUTLER

R

Private, High Wycombe Company

CALLAWAY

W J

Private, Buckingham Company

CARE

E W

Private, Bletchley Company

CARROLL

W F H

Private, Wolverton Company

CARVELL

J

Private, Wolverton Company

CHERRY

W

Staff Sergeant, Bearer Section

CHILD

W A

Private, High Wycombe Company

CHURCH

H

Private, High Wycombe Company

CLARK

H

Private, High Wycombe Company

CLARK

R W

Private, Aylesbury Company

CLARKE

M

Private, Buckingham Company

COLEMAN

H

Private, Buckingham Company

COLES

H

Private, Buckingham Company

COOK

G

Private, Aylesbury Company

COULTON

L N

Private, High Wycombe Company

COX

H J

Sergeant, High Wycombe Company

CROFT

W

Sergeant M, Wolverton Company

CURTIS

E H

Private, High Wycombe Company

DAVIS

T

Private, High Wycombe Company

DOE

W R

Private, Slough Company

DOLLING

A J

Private, Wolverton Company

DORMER

J R

Lance Corporal, Wolverton Company

DUNKLEY

W

Private, Buckingham Company

EDMUNDS

W H G

Private, Buckingham Company

ELLIS

F G

Private, High Wycombe Company

FEASEY

F E

Private, Aylesbury Company

FELLOWES

H E

Private, Aylesbury Company

FELTS

A G W

Private, Wolverton Company

FERRIS

A

Sergeant, Slough Company

FLINT

A

Private, Wolverton Company

FORD

R

Private, High Wycombe Company

GALTRESS

F A

Private, Wolverton Company

GANDERTON

W

Private, Buckingham Company

GARDENER

W

Private, Bearer Section

GIBBONS

A

Private, Wolverton Company

GODFREY

T

Private, Wolverton Company

GOODWIN

H

Private, Slough Company

GOUGH

C

Private, Buckingham Company

GOULD

John Martin

Private 7303, 1st Buckinghamshire (Volunteer Company), Wolverton Company, Oxfordshire Light Infantry. Died of dysentery in hospital at Sterkstroom, 29th April 1900. Aged 21. First Buckinghamshire Volunteer to die in the South African Campaign. Also commemorated on mmeorials at Coombe Hill, Wendover, Buckinghamshire, Wolverton and Headington.

GRANT

H P

Private, Wolverton Company

GRANT

J

Corporal, High Wycombe Company

GRAY

C

Lieutenant, Aylesbury Company

GREEN

C

Private, Marlow Company

GREEN

G H

Private, Marlow Company

GRIMSDALE

T H

Private, Aylesbury Company

HALFORD

J E

Private, High Wycombe Company

HAMMOND

A L

Bugler, Slough Company

HARDING

C W

Private, Wolverton Company

HARDING

J H

Private, Wolverton Company

HART

C G

Private, Slough Company

HART

G

Private, High Wycombe Company

HARTELL

A J

Lance Corporal, Wolverton Company

HARTELL

J S

Private, Wolverton Company

HAWKINS

L C

Lieutenant, Wolverton Company

HERRING

H E

Private, Buckingham Company

HIDE

G

Sergeant, Marlow Company

HOBBS

C

Private, Slough Company

HOLTON

F R

Sergeant, High Wycombe Company

HOWDEN

R F

Private, Slough Company

HUMPHRIES

F

Private, Wolverton Company

IVALL

R

Private, Slough Company

JACKSON

R B

Lance Corporal, Wolverton Company

JAMES

D W

Private, Aylesbury Company

KIRBY

C

Corporal, Wolverton Company

LEWIS

P

Private, High Wycombe Company

LITTLE

B

Private, Wolverton Company

MARSH

C W

Private, Buckingham Company

MARTIN

J

Private, Marlow Company

MAYNE

W

Private, Slough Company

McBRIGHT

S

Private, Bearer Section

MEAD

C

Private, High Wycombe Company

MEAKINS

D C

Private, Bearer Section

MOULD

C A

Private, Wolverton Company

NASH

A

Private, High Wycombe Company

NORTH

E

Bugler, Wolverton Company

OGDEN

R N

Private, Wolverton Company

OWEN

J K

Private, Buckingham Company

PARKER

G T

Private, Buckingham Company

PARKER

W

Private, Bletchley Company

PARSLOW

S

Private, High Wycombe Company

PEARCE

J R

Lance Corporal, High Wycombe Company

PICKERING

J

Private, Buckingham Company

POLLARD

R B

Private, Buckingham Company

POWELL

F

Private, Wolverton Company

PRICE

E O

Sergeant, Wolverton Company

PRICE

F

Private, High Wycombe Company

ROBERTS

E H

Private, Slough Company

ROE

E J

Private, Slough Company

SAUNDERS

S W

Private, High Wycombe Company

SHACKLEFORD

A G

Private, Wolverton Company

SHACKLEFORD

W T

Private, Wolverton Company

SHAKESHAFT

T B

Private, Wolverton Company

SHAW

L

Bugler, Marlow Company

SILVEY

A

Private, Marlow Company

SIMMONDS

J

Private, Marlow Company

SIRETT

A G

Lance Corporal, Aylesbury Company

SMITH

F W

Private, Aylesbury Company

SMITH

T J

Lance Corporal, Aylesbury Company

SOTON

R

Private, Buckingham Company

SPENCER

J R

Private, Buckingham Company

SPONG

A H

Private, Wolverton Company

STANFORD

T B

Private, Aylesbury Company

TAPPING

J F

Private, Aylesbury Company

TAYLOR

F J

Private, Buckingham Company

TEAGLE

C S

Bugler, Wolverton Company

TOOLEY

W F

Private, Buckingham Company

TURTON

George E

Private 7331, 1st Buckinghamshire (Volunteer Company), Slough Company, 1st Battalion, Oxfordshire Light Infantry. Died of eneteric fever at Kroonstad 27th January 1902. Aged 22. Son of Mr. F. Turton, of "The Forester's Arms," Chalvey. See also Coombe Hill Boer War Memorial and Oxfordshire Light Infantry Boer War Memorial

Extract from the Slough Observer 1/2/1902, page 8 :

DEATH OF A SLOUGH VOLUNTEER - News has been received of the death, on January 27th, from enteric fever in Kroonstad Hospital, South Africa, of Private George Turton, son of Mr. F. Turton, of "The 'Forester's Arms," Chalvey. He went out on board "The German" with the second contingent of Slough Volunteers, and sailed from Southampton on April lst last. He was 22 years of age.

WAIT

J

Private, Slough Company

WAITE

F R

Private, High Wycombe Company

WEBB

E J

Private, Wolverton Company

WEST

G O

Private, Bearer Section

WHEATLEY

J

Private, Marlow Company

WHITMEE

E P

Private, Wolverton Company

WILSON

A

Private, Aylesbury Company

WILSON

C

Corporal, Slough Company

WOODFORD

W

Private, Wolverton Company

WOOTTON

S

Private, Wolverton Company

Last updated 14 May, 2009

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