SOUTH AFRICAN (WAR) MEMORIAL
African War - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright © Martin Edwards 2016
Deanshanger memorial is to be found in the Holy Trinity Churchyard,
Church Lane, Deanshanger. It takes the form of a four-stepped square
base surmounted directly by a square sectioned cross with crucifixion
of Christwith the inscription on the base ground step. There are fifteen
names of the men who died in World War 1 from the village. There are
also seven names listed for World War 2.
from Buckingham Advertiser and Free Press - Saturday 2 April
1921, page 3:
Deanshanger South African War memorial is to be found within the Deanshanger
Conservative Club, Church Lane, Deanshanger and takes the form of a
brass plaque inscribed with a dedication and list of six names. The
names here have been sorted into alphabetical order.
Courtesy of Graham Thorpe 2022
TABLET WAS ERECTED BY THE DEANSHANGER DISTRICT CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION
IN MEMORY OF THE FOLLOWING WHO FELL DURING THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR 1900
1334, 2nd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of disease
at Kimberley 5 December 1900. Aged 35.
29, 37th (Buckinghamshire) Company, 10th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry.
Died of enteric at Boshoff 16 May 1900. Aged 29.
4202, 2nd Battalion, Royal Irish Rifles served with Mounted Infantry.
Died of disease at Heilbron 4 February 1901. Aged 24.
7190, 2nd Battalion, Grenadier Guards. Died at Winburg 17 June 1900.
Imperial Yeomanry. Died at Klerksdorf 18 January 1902. Aged 28.
1458, 2nd Battalion, Northamptonshire Regiment. Died of disease
at Mafeking 27 October 1900. Aged 37.
15 March, 2022