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NEWPORT SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN WAR MEMORIAL

World War 1 & 2 - Roll of Honour with detailed information
Compiled and copyright ©
Martin Edwards 2016

There is a stained glass window in St John the Baptish Church, Risca Road, Newport, which commemorated the men from mArshall's Horse who fell in the South African Campaign 1900-1902. There is also a slate plaque bearing the names of the men who fell by year which is fixed to the wall to the left of the stained glass window and also one individual palque, below the window. There are roughly 60 names listed. The names have been sorted into alphabetical order within date.

Photographs Copyright © Shaun McGuire 2010

THE WINDOW ABOVE THIS TABLET IS DEDICATED TO THE GLORY
OF GOD AND TO THE SACRED, MEMORY OF THE OFFICERS
NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND MEN OF MARSHALL'S
HORSE WHO FELL IN THE SOUTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN

1900    

FREISLICH

[F] C

Lieutenant, 1st Marshalltown Volunteers. Killed in action 7 March 1900 at Poplar Grove (Drift), nr. Osfontein. Aged 25.

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Freislich. - Lieut. Freislich, 1st Grahamtown Volunteers, was killed in action near Poplars Drift, to the east of Osfontein, March 7th, 1900. He was the second son of J. G. Freislich, Esq., formerly Civil Commissioner and Resident Magistrate of George, South Africa, and was 25 years of age. This officer's death is mentioned in the despatch of F.-M. Earl Roberts March 15th, 1900, from Blomfontein.

AITCHISON

Trooper

ALLAN

D J

Trooper

BAPTIE

R

Trooper

BRADFIELD

H N

Trooper

CATTON

G

Lance Corporal

CAVINS

H L

Trooper

DON

Henry

Trooper

GEORGE

H

Trooper

GETHIN

H R

Captain (late Grahamstown Volunteers). Killed in action 25 May 1900 at Israels Poort.

Extract from The Last Post - Roll of Officers who fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner, published by Naval and Military Press

Gethin. - Capt. H. Gethin, Marshall's Horse (late Grahamstown Volunteers), was killed in action at Israel's Poort April 25th, 1900.

GRACE

C

Trooper

HAYTER

A

Trooper

KNOX

W

Trooper

LAING

J

Trooper

LAWSON

D

Trooper

LOADER

E

Trooper

MACMILLAN

R

Trooper

NELL

W A

Trooper

ROFFEY

R

Trooper

ROSSMAN

J

Sergeant

SMART

J

Trooper

THOMAS

A

Trooper

TROLLIP

D P L

Trooper

TROLLIP

G

Trooper

WEB

B E

Trooper

WEBSTER

H G

Trooper

WHITE

J M V

Trooper

WHITEHOM

F E

Corporal

WILMOT

P

Trooper

1901    

CURTIS

W P

Sergeant

DE WET

J Peter

Trooper

DOWNER

F C

Trooper

HANDLEY

David

Trooper

HANNIGAN

J

Trooper

HARDWICK

Donald

Trooper

MASON

John

Sergeant

PIRIE

George R

Trooper

RACEY

Trooper

SMITH

J

Trooper

TURPIN

Cliffe

Lieutenant. Killed in action Dorignspoort (Henning Valley) 24 March 1901.

Extract from The Last Post: Roll of Officers Who Fell in South Africa 1899-1902 by Mildred G Dooner and The VC and DSO Book Volume II The Dsitinguished Service Order 1886-1915, both printed by Naval & Military Press

Turpin. - Lieut. Cliff Turpin, Marshall’s Horse, was killed in action at Dorignspoort, on March 24th, 1901.

VAN ONSLEN

Lance Corporal

WELCH

Harry

Trooper

WHITE

J

Trooper

1902    

AITKENHEAD

A

Sergeant

BURFOOT

J E

Staff Sergeant

DAVIS

Edward

Trooper

FLANNAGAN

J

Trooper

HEIDEN

Stanley

Trooper

HERBERT

Jan H

Trooper

HEWITT

J H

Trooper

KENNEDY

David

Trooper

LAURENT

Armand A

Trooper

MEYER

F

Trooper

MILLIARD

J

Sergeant

ROSEN

M

Trooper

ROUX

F

Trooper

SOUTHAN

Geo F

Trooper

TAYLOR

Arthur

Trooper

VAN PLASTER

C H

Trooper

OF THINE OWN HAVE WE GIVEN THEE

PEACE I LEAVE WITH YOU

WALLIS Charles William
Captain, 1st Monmouthshire Royal Garrison Artillery (Volunteers). Lincolnshire Regiment 1901. Marshall's Horse 1900-1902, Southern Nigerian Regiment 1903-1904. Special Reserve of Officers, Fell asleep at Riverview Kamloops, British Columbia 6th February 1911. Aged 36 years.

Last updated 3 August, 2016

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