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WARRINGTON, SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT,
SOUTH AFRICAN (BOER) WAR MEMORIAL

Boer War - Detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martn Edwards 2007
transcription Jeff Hannan 2010

The Warrington Boer War Memorial is to be found in the Queen's Gardens, Palmyra Square, Warrington, Cheshire. It commemorates the men from the South Lancashire Regiment who gave their lives during the South African (Boer) War 1899-1902. It covers men from the 1st, 3rd and Volunteer Battalions, South Lancashire Regiment, 170 names in all. The memorial depicts Lieutenant-Colonel McArthur O'Leary who died while leading his men in the final charge on Pieters Hill; he is shown carrying field glasses and rifle, the statue being mounted on a rough hewn pedestal. The memorial was unveiled on 21st February 1907 by General Sir Redvers Buller; the memorial was sculpted by Sir Edward Alfred Brisco Drury. For details of the South Lancashire Regiment during the Boer War see www.boer-war.com

From an old postcard

Photograph Copyright © Jeff Hannan 2010

TO THE MEMORY OF THE
OFFICERS NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS
AND MEN OF THE PRINCE OF WALES'S VOLUNTEERS
[SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGIMENT]
WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES IN SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902
"IN ACTION FAITHFUL AND IN HONOUR CLEAR"
ERECTED BY THEIR COMRADES AND
FELLOW CITIZENS.
ENGAGEMENTS IN WHICH THE REGIMENT TOOK PART

SPION KOP
VAAL KRANTS
COLENSO KOPJES
TUGELA HEIGHTS
PIETER'S HILL
RELIEF OF LADYSMITH
BOTHA'S PASS
LAING'S NEK
ALLEMAN'S NEK
AND THE OCCUPATION OF
WAKKERSTROOM
UTRECHT AND
VRYHEID

 

THIS MEMORIALWAS UNVIELED BY
SIR REDVERS BULLER, VC
ON 21ST FEBRUARY 1907
JAMES SMETHURST, JP
MAYOR
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HENRY ROBERTS, JP
CHAIRMAN OF
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

List of men

The names listed on the memorial are by battalion then officers followed by men. There is no alpabatical sequence within these groupings. For ease of research and reading the details of the battalion and Regiment have been added to the text and the names sorted into alpabetical order.

ALDRED J
Private 2749, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 24 January 1900 at Spion Kop and died of those wounds 1 April 1900. Aged 35. Roman Catholic. Buried at Mooi River.
ARMITAGE J
Private 3086, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 27 February 1900 at Tugelan Heights and died of those wounds 17 March 1900. Aged 34. Roman Catholic. Buried at Mooi River.
ASTBURY J
Private 5749, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric 16 February 1901 at Vryheid. Buried Vryheid. Church of England.
BARNFATHER J
Lance Corporal 5802, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Springfontein 22 April 1901.
BARROW C H
Quartermaster Sergeant 1698, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease 2 January 1902 at Vryheid. Buried Vryheid.
BEER A
Private 5311, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of abcess of the liver at Mooi River 5 July 1902. Aged 23. Wesleyan.
BIRCH Charles G Francis Grey

Captain, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed while rescuing a wounded man 24 January 1900 at Spion Kop. Aged 33. Only son of Colonel Birch (late 4th North Lancashire Regt.), of Lympston Grange, South Devon. Buried in Spion Kop Cemetery. Memorial in the Protestant Cemetery, Rome, Italy.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Birch.—Capt. Charles Francis Grey Birch, 1st Batt. South Lancashire Regt., was killed in action at Spion Kop in the operations on Upper Tugela, Jan. 24th, 1900, while endeavouring to rescue a wounded man. He was the son of the late Col. Birch, of Lympstone Grange, South Devon, late colonel commanding the 4th Batt. of the North Lancashire Regt., was born in Nov., 1866, and educated at Rugby. He entered the South Lancashire Regt. from the 4th Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt., in Dec., 1888, and was promoted lieut. May, 1890, and capt. April, 1898. A memorial cross has been erected over his grave near Spion Kop.

BIRKENHEAD H
Private 5715, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Pietermaritzberg 13 March 1900. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg.
BIRKETT H
Private 4879, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Standerton 9 January 1902. Buried at Standerton.
BLACKWOOD W
Private 7034, 1st (Volunteer) Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of pneumonia at Durban 2 April 1900. Buried in Wyatt Road cemetery, Durban. Church of England.
BRAID G M
Private 4121, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of alcohol poisoning in Fort Napier General Hospital, Pietermaritzberg 21 March 1900. Aged 25. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. Church of England.
BRAMWELL J
Private 2401, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of dysentery art Fort Naprier, Pietermaritzberg, 27 April 1900. Buried in Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. Aged 34. Church of England.
BRENNAN E
Private 4100, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died in South Africa.
BRIDGE S [A]
Sergeant 4792, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Mooi River 28 November 1901. Aged 25. Buried at Mooi River. Church of England.
BROWN J

Private 2214, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Deelfontein 26 May 1900. Buried at Deelfontein.

BROWN R
Private 2718, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died.
BROWN T
Private 1976, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Buried at Spion Kop.
CANDY J
Sergeant 2367, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds at Spion Kop 24 January 1900.
CANNING A
Private 5767, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of pneumonia at sea aboard SS Tantallon Castle 12 March 1900. buried at sea.
CANNING J
Private 3338, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed by lightning at Vryheid 10 November 1901. Buried at Vryheid.
CANTELLO T
Private 5543, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Bankies 13 october 1900. Buried at Trompsburg.
CANTRILL A
Private 5837, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Dundee, SA, 11 August 1901. Buried in Town cemetery, Dundee. Church of England.
CASSIDY T
Private 3658, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Wynberg, cape Town 26 April 1901. Buried in Maitland Cemetery, capetown. [Listed as I CASSIDY in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
CASSONS J
Private 2443, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Nourpoort 30 May 1900. Buried at Nourpoort. [Listed as CASSON in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
CHAPMAN F H
Lance Corporal 4111, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds at Springfontein 12 Niovember 1900. buried at Springfontein. [Listed as Sergeant in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
CHEETHAM G
Private 3233, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded atv Tugela Heights 21 February 1900 and died of those wounds at Pietermaritzberg 8 March 1900. Aged 29. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. Church of England.
CHINNERY J A
Private 4254, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Spion Kop during a charge on a Boer position 24 January 1900. Buried at Spion Kop.
CLIFFE C J
Private 4079, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of pneumonia at sea aboard the Canada 12 December 1899. Buried at sea. [Listed as G or JC CLIFFE, service no. 4078 in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
CONNER W
Private 2847, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Mooi River 31 January 1901. Aged 33. Buried at Mooi River. Roman Catholic. [Listed as CONNOR in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
CONNOLLY D
Corporal 2843, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded at Tugela heights 9 March 1900 and died of those wounds at Mooi River 9 March 1900. Buried at Mooi River. Roman Catholic.
CRAWFORD C
Private 5073, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Itala 26 September 1901. Buried at Mbizweni Stream, Itala Foot.
CUNNINGHAM C J
Private 3013, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of abcess of the liver at Howick 12 August 1902. Buried at Howick. [Listed as P J CUNNINGHAM in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
DARN J
Lance Corporal 5466, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds at Railway Hill, Tugela Heights 27 February 1900. Buried at Railway Hill, Tugela Heights.
DEVINE P
Private 3486, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of wounds at Railway Hill, Tugela Heights 27 February 1900. Buried at Railway Hill, Tugela Heights.
DEWHURST J H
Private 5318, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Chieveley 22 April 1900. Buried at Chieveley. Church of England.
DODD F
Lance Corporal 5311, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Nourpoort 18 May 1900. Buried at Nourpoort.
DOLAN J
Private 5402, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Wynberg, Capetown. Buried in Maitland Cemetery, capetown. Aged 30. [Listed as Service No. 4502 in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
DOLAN T
Private 2957, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 23 January 1900 at Mount Alice, Spion Kop and died of those wounds 28 January 1900. Buried at Mount Alice farm, Spion Kop.
DOYLE W
Private 5750, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died
DUCKWORTH C
Private 4167, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Fort Prospect 26 September 1901. Buried at Fort Prospect.
DUFFY J
Private 5621, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Bothas Pass 8 June 1900. Buried at Bothas Pass.
DUMBILL J
Private 4950, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Spion Kop 24 January 1900. Buried at Spion Kop. [Listed as DUNBILL in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
ELAN T
Private? 4770, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died
ELLIOTT A
Private 5772, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Nourpoort 2 June 1900. Buried in Colesberg Military Cemetery. Aged 29. [Listed as E ELLIOTT Service No. 5779 in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
FAGAN J
Private 4094, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Dundee 26 June 1902. Buried in Town cemetery, Dundee, SA. Roman Catholic.
FARNEN T
Private 2592, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died
FARQUHAR W R
Private 4092, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Mooi River 16 May 1900. Aged 25. Buried at Mooi River. Church of England.
FISHWICK J
Lance Corporal 7022, 1st (Volunteer) Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Station Hospital, Ladysmith 18 April 1901. Aged 22. Buried in Town Cemetery, Ladysmith.
FLYNN D
Private 2781, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died
FOLEY M
Private 432, Militia Reservist, Leinster Regiment attached 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died.
FORBER J
Private 5000, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Springfontein 3 January 1901. Buried at Springfontein.
FORBER W
Private 5872, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of disease at Springfontein 24 February 1901. Buried at Springfontein.
FORD W A
Private 3370, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Itala 26 September 901. Buried in Perimeter North cemetery, Itala Foot.
FOWLER J
Private 2446, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died
GARLICK A
Private 4425, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Fort Napier General Hospital, Pietermaritzberg 27 March 1900. Aged 20. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. Church of England.
GARNETT R
Private 5273, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Fort Napier General Hospital, Pietermaritzberg 8 May 1900. Aged 21. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. Church of England.
GELLON C
Private 3531, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded 22 February 1900 at Wynne Hill, Tugela heights and died of those wounds 23 February 1900. Buried at Ondbk Spruit, Tugela Heights. [Listed as T or W GELLON, service no. 5531 in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
GOULDING R
Private 3299, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Killed in action at Itala 26 September 1901. Buried at Itala Spur.
GRANEY P
Private 1287, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Wounded at Railway Hill, Tugela Heights 27 February 1900 and died of those wounds at Mooi River 14 March 1900. Buried at Mooi River. Roman Catholic.
GREDART G
Private 4664, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of dysentery at Ladysmith 8 March 1900. Buried in Intombi cemetery, Ladysmith. Church of England.
GREY G
Sergeant 3239, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Died of enteric at Pietermaritzberg 26 March 1900. Buried at Fort Napier, Pietermaritzberg. [Listed as G GRAY, in Roll of Honour of Imperial Forces 1899-1902]
HACKETT F H
Drummer 5043, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HALE J
Private 5694, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HANBURY Edward Mansfield

Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Hanbury.-2nd Lieut. Edward Mansfield Hanbury, 2nd Batt. East Yorkshire Regt., was killed at Jagersfontein on Oct. 13th, 1900 while in command of the M.I. of the 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt. He was the son of the late Mr. Hanbury and Mrs. Hanbury, of Bishopstowe, Torquay, was born in August, 1880, and educated at Lambrook, Bracknell, and at Eton (Mr. Broadbent's). He entered the East Yorkshire Regt., in April, 1900, from the 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt. 2nd Lieut. Hanbury fell while on patrol duty; and Lieut.-Gen. Sir T. Kelly-Kenny in announcing his death reported that Lieut. Hanbury was “a young officer of great promise.” 2nd Lieut. Hanbury is buried in Trompsburg cemetery; a marble cross has been erected over his grave by his brother officers.

HARDING C
Private 4876, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HARVEY E
Private 1018, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HAYWOOD L H
Private 5973, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HEATH Edward Kermode

Major, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Heath.—Major Edward Kermode Heath, 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., was killed by the derailing and destruction of an armoured train, of which he was in command, near America Siding, May 17th, 1901. He was the only son of the late Edward Heath, Esq., of Manchester and Cheadle, and was 38 years of age, educated at the Rev. J. W. Ripley's Private School, and married in 1887 the youngest daughter of Col. Charles Gooch, of H.M. Bodyguard, who survives him. He was appointed lieut. in June, 1882, placed in the Reserve of Officers March, 1885, and promoted capt. Sept, 1887. At the time of his death he was senior capt. of his battalion with the honorary rank of major. Major Heath embarked for active service with his battalion in Jan., 1900, but was invalided home in July, suffering from enteric. On recovering he again returned to South Africa in the following November, and was given command of No. 6 armoured train, which position he held up to the time of his death.

HEATON J
Private 5942, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HEPPENSTALL H
Sergeant 5503, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HERON C
Private 5366, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HESKETH J
Lance Sergeant 2857, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HIGGINS W
Private 2425, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HILTON J
Private 6712, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HOGAN P
Private 3151, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HOWICK R E
Private 3296, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
HUGHES J
Private 5757, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
INGMAN E
Private 5692, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
IRWIN D
Private 4221, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JACKSON J
Private 3257, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JEFFRIES I
Private 5704, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JENNINGS T W
Private 3396, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JOHNSON E
Private 2391, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JOHNSON J
Private 5656, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES E
Private 3631, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES J
Private 6425, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES M
Private 3269, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES R
Private 1971, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES S
Private 3533, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES T
Private 5144, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
JONES W
Private 3430, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
KANE Harold Robert

Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Kane.—Lieut. Harold Robert Kane, South Lancashire Regt., was killed in action at Fort Itala, Zululand, Sept. 25th, 1901. Born in June, 1878, and educated at Elizabeth College, Guernsey, he entered the South Lancashire Regt., Sept., 1897, being promoted lieut. Oct., 1899. He served with the Natal Field Force, and was present at the operations of the 17th to the 24th Jan., the 5th to the 7th Feb., and the 19th to the 27th Feb., 1900, on the Tugela, and was wounded Feb. 22nd. He was present at the actions of Spion Kop and Vaal Kranz, being mentioned in Gen. Sir Redvers Buller's despatches, March 30th and Nov. 9th, 1900, L.G., Feb. 8th, 1901. When he fell he was with a strong outpost of about 80 men in front of Fort Itala, and this party was attacked at midnight by several hundreds of the enemy. The defence is stated to have been a most gallant one, and as Lieut. Kane died, his last words were “No Surrender!”

KEANE P
Private 3619, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
KEATING R
Private 5798, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
KINRADE T
Lance Sergeant 2208, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
KNOWLES S
Private 5679, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LAMBERT T
Private 4738, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LAPPING J
Corporal 1026, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LESLIE J
Private 5321, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LESTER P
Private 6468, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LYNCH J
Private 3406, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
LYNCH Nicholas Marcus

Captain, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Lynch.—Capt. Nicholas Marcus Lynch, 1st Batt. South Lancashire Regt., died of enteric at Mooi River Nov. 13th, 1900. He was born April, 1868, and entered his Regiment Sept., 1887, being promoted lieut. April, 1889, and Capt. Aug., 1894. From May, 1892, to Dec., 1893, he was employed with the Gold Coast Constabulary, and with the West African Frontier Police Force from March, 1898, to Nov., 1899, when he proceeded to South Africa. He then served with the 1st battalion of his Regiment and took part in the fighting on the Tugela and the relief of Ladysmith.

MacCARTHY O'LEARY William

Lieutenant Colonel, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment. Fell leading the charge at Pieter's Hill 27th February 1900.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

McCarthy-O'Leary.—Lieut.-Col. William McCarthy-O'Leary, commanding the 1st Batt. South Lancashire Regt., was killed in action at Pieter's Hill Feb. 27th, 1900. He was the third son of J. McCarthy-O'Leary, Esq., a former High Sheriff of Cork, was born Jan., 1849, and educated at Stoneyhurst. He entered the 82nd foot in April, 1869, being promoted lieut. Feb., 1871, capt. March, 1878, major Aug., 1883, and lieut.-col. Nov., 1896. He was adjutant Auxiliary Forces, 1883-88. He was one of the tallest men in the army, fond of games, and a keen sportsman, and is stated to have shown “the greatest interest in all which concerned the welfare of those under his command." He embarked for South Africa in command of his battalion Nov. 1899, and served with the Natal Field Force. At Pieter's Hill, while leading his battalion to attack the Boer position Col. McCarthy-O'Leary, just before he fell, said: "Remember, men, the eyes of Lancashire are watching you." He was twice mentioned in despatches for his services, L.G., Feb. 8th, 1901, by Gen. Sir R. Buller, who referred to the great loss that the country had sustained by his death.

McBRIDE W
Private 5863, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MCCABE J
Private 2991, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
McDONALD J
Private 2451, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
McGARAGLE G T
Drummer 4260, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MAHON M
Private 6057, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MALLISON G
Private 1764, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MALONEY P
Private 2388, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MATHEWS W
Private 2005, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MONAHGAN P
Private 4096, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MONKS H
Lance Sergeant 4558, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MURPHY T
Corporal 5979, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
MURTHER C
Private 2298, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
NAUGHTON T
Private 4371, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
NEILSON J
Private 3651, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
NEILSON W
Corporal 2498, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
O'NEIL E
Private 2891, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
ORR J
Sergeant 1821, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
PARKER T
Private 5666, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
PENINGTON E
Private 5544, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
PENNINGTON R
Private 3508, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
PENWILL C
Sergeant 1109, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
PRICE R
Private 5120, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
QUIGLEY J
Private 4146, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RAE E
Corporal 4962, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RAPHAEL Frederick Melchoir

Lieutenant, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Raphael. — Lieut. Frederick Melchoir Raphael, 1st Batt. South Lancashire Regt., was killed in action at Spion Kop, Jan. 24th, 1900. He was, the second son of George Charles Raphael, Esq., of 37, Portland Place, W., and Castle Hill, Englefield Green, Surrey. Lieut. Raphael was born in April, 1870, and educated at Wellington (Penny's). He entered the South Lancashire Regt. from the 5th Batt. Rifle Brigade Oct., 1891, being promoted lieut. Feb., 1894. He accompanied his battalion to South Africa in Nov., 1899, and served with the Natal Field Force.

RAYSON W
Private 5528, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
REYNOLDS E
Private 4507, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RICHARDSON R A
Private 7171, Volunteer Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RIGBY J
Private 3596, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RILEY J
Private 5897, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
ROBERTSON C
Private 3345, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RYAN J
Private 2633, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
RYLANDS J
Private 5756, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SCHOFIELD A
Private 6584, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SIGGINS T
Private 5807, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SMITH A
Private 2824, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SMITH J
Private 5075, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SMITH T
Lance Corporal 4658, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SPARKS T
Private 4670, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
STUBBS R M
Private 5454, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
SUDLOW T G
Private 7067, Volunteer Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
THOMAS A
Sergeant 3108, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
THOMPSON C
Private 5758, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
THRELFALL J
Sergeant 3457, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
THROP A T
Lance Sergeant 4690, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TOLLET A
Private 6710, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TORNEY J
Private 2847, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TOWERS A
Private 5917, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TRAINOR T
Private 2783, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TRAVIS C
Private 340, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TRAYNOR E
Private 3414, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
TWOHEY J
Private 1113, Militia Reservist, Leinster Regiment attached , 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WALKER Charles Henry

Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

Extract from the The Last Post by Mildred G Dooner:

Walker. - Lieut. Charles Henry Walker, 3rd Batt. South Lancashire Regt., died of acute bronchitis at De Aar on Sept. 20th, 1901. He was appointed in Dec., 1900 as a lieut. in his battalion, which had been serving in South Africa since Feb. of the same year.

WALKER J
Private 5654, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WALMSLEY H
Private 3353, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WARD J
Private 5099, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WARDLE E
Private 3366, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WARREN H
Private 3064, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WATERWORTH A
Private 6288, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WEBSTER F
Private 5624, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WHEATLEY W H
Sergeant 2502, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WHITTAKER J
Sergeant 4271, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WILLIAMS A
Corporal 3355, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WOOD C G
Private 3863, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WOOD W
Private 986, 3rd Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WOODS F
Private 7118, Volunteer Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.
WORREL T
Corporal 2461, 1st Battalion, South Lancashire Regiment.

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