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ST ALBANS ABBEY, HERTS
HERTFORDSHIRE YEOMANY BOER WAR
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Compiled and copyright © 2002 Martin Edwads

Within the Abbey are various memorials inlcuding one to the men of the Hertfordshire Yeomanry who died in the Boer War


Hertfordshire Imperial yeomanry
Boer War Memorial
Photographs Copyright © Stella Watkin 2001

HERTS IMPERIAL YEOMANRY
IN MEMORY OF
THE FOLLOWING OFFICER NONCOMMISSIONED
OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE 42ND HERTS
SQUADRON OF IMPERIAL YEOMANRY WHO
LOST THEIR LIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA
IN THE SERVICE OF THEIR SOVEREIGN
AND COUNTRY DURING THE YEARS 1900 AND 1901

BAMFORD Branton Sergeant, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
BONWICK Leonard Trooper, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
BRYER Arthur Trooper, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
GREEN George Dymoke Lieutenant, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry serving with 59th Company, Imperial Yeomanry, of Mackerye End, Harpenden. Killed in action at Modderfontein, 31st January 1901, age 29. Eldest son of the late Dymoke Green of Oaklands, St. Albans. Educated at Winchester. He went out as a trooper in the Hertfordshire Yeomanry and was granted a commission as lieutenant in October 1900. He is reported to have been killed while bravely attempting to take some provisions to an outpost that had been surrounded by the Boers.
KERRY George Trooper, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
ROBERTSON Matthew Trooper, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
STANTON Alexander Corporal, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
SULLIVAN Patrick Corporal, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.
WESTON Frederick Trooper, 42nd Hertfordshire Imperial Yeomanry.

25 January 2003

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