SUSSEX & KENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY BRIGADE - South Africa 1899-1902
- Glass Glass
- Paper Paper
- Timber Timber (any)
- Boer War, Second (1899-1902)
Grants to support the repair and conservation of war memorials are available from the charity War Memorials Trust if it has raised funds. Support is focused on war memorials in Very bad or Poor condition or where there is a serious Concern.
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SUSSEX & KENT VOLUNTEER INFANTRY BRIGADE / BEARER COMPANY / SURGEON MAJOR J.TURTON Commanding / ROLL OF HONOUR / SOUTH AFRICA 1899-1902 / (top left corner) ORANGE RIVER COLONY / (top right corner) TRANSVAAL / (bottom left corner) CAPE COLONY / (bottom right corner) NATAL / (left hand side) BLOEMFONTEIN WITTEBERGEN WL’PENER SENEKAL FICKSBURG HARRISMITH REITZ MODDER RIVER / (right hand side) PRETORIA ZAND RIVER ABRAHAMS KRAAL DEWETSDORP DIAMOND HILL REDDERSBURG THABA NCHU LAING’S NEK LADYSMITH
The Undermentioned Members of the Company Gave Up Their Lives in the Service of the Empire while serving as Volunteers in the Royal Army Medical Corps / COR’L OWLES Died at Bethlehem 27/11/00 P’TE NEWNHAM Died at Sermiston 24/8/01 / ALSO SERVED AS VOLUNTEERS IN R.A.M.C. / Sg Cp Rettell A.W. 3449 / “ Wetton F.E 13451 / “ Wetton G.C. 13453 / “ Paris A.S. 13437 / Pte Richardson W. 13450 / “ Hammond G. 13453 / “ Holden E.S. 13454 / “ Mastero E. 13456 / Pte Wells W. 15148 / “ Rowe S.E. 15149 / “ Hart A.W. 15213 / “ Swatkin S. 15214 / SERVED AS STRETCHER BEARERS in Active Service Company 8th Royal Sussex Regt / Pte Hammond A. 7113 / ARMY SERVICE CORPS / Pte Godfrey R.F. 400