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OFFICERS DIED : SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902

CAIRD - Lieutenant Charles Douglas - Imperial Yeomanry
Killed at Kleinfontein. 24th October 1901. Aged 32. Born 1867. Educated at Cheltenham College.

CALVERT - Lieutenant Noel Leonard - 6th Dragoon Guards
Killed in action near Bethel. 19th October 1900. Aged 32. Born Dec. 1877.

CAMERON - Lieutenant Allan,  D.S.O. - 1st Gordon Highlanders
  Killed in action at Graspan. 6th June 1901. Aged 22. Born 4th Nov. 1878. DSO awarded 27 Sept. 1901:
"Allan Cameron, Lieut. Gordon Highlanders. In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa (since killed in action)."

CAMERON - Lieutenant Patrick - Kitchener's Horse
Died at Wynberg. 6th May 1901.

CAMPBELL - Lieutenant Alfred Corkram - 6th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Nooitgedacht. 13th Dec. 1900. Son of Captain Hugh Campbell (Royal Navy, formerly Commander of the Royal Yacht 'Victoria and Albert').

CAMPBELL - Captain Ernest George - 4/Rifle Brigade
Wounded near Bergendal, 21st July 1900. Died of wounds 23rd July 1900. Aged 27. Born June 1873. Served in Tochi 1897-9 (medal and bar).
Memorial in Northampton Cathedral - "To the Glory of God and in memory of Brave Men, inhabitants of this County and neighbourhood, who gave their lives for their Sovereign and Country during the War in South Africa 1899-1902, the Western Window of this Cathedral was filled with stained glass, AD 1903...The Rifle Brigade (The Prince Consort's Own), Captain E.G. Campbell..."

CAMPBELL - Major George - 1st King's (Liverpool) Regt.
Died of dysentry at Middelburg, Transvaal. 4th March 1902. Aged 40. Son of Sir George Campbell, MP. Born Feb. 1861.

CAMPBELL - 2nd Lieutenant Harry Alexander - Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Vlakfontein. 29th May 1901. Son of Colonel J.A. Campbell. Had served in the Coorg and Mysore Volunteer Rifle Corps.

CAMPBELL - 2nd Lieutenant Ian Alastair - 2/Gordan Highlanders
Wounded at Elandslaagte, 21st Oct. 1900. Died of wounds. Educated Cheltenham College. Aged 24. Born August 1876.
Memorial at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire -
"This memorial is erected in memory of those Cheltenham men, who, either as regulars, or volunteers, died in their country's service, during the South African war, and on the side panels hereof are recorded the names of those Cheltenham men who volunteered, and served in the war.... Lt. Ian A. Campbell (G.H.) ..... Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, K.C.B. 17th. July 1907. W. Nash Skillicorne, Mayor."

CAMPBELL - Lieutenant J. C.  - Cape Garrison Artillery
Killed in an accident at Daspoort. 5th May 1902.

CAMPBELL - 2nd Lieutenant James Ronald McOram - 1/Gordan Highlanders
Wounded at Magersfontein, 11th Dec. 1899. Died of wounds. Aged 19. Born 1880.

CAMPION - Lieutenant Charles - Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Vlakfontein. 29th May 1901. Aged 24. Son of Colonel W.H. Campion, of Danny, Sussex. Had served with the Ceylon Mounted Infantry as a trooper, then was appointed Suerintendent of Police at Pretoria, and finally joined the Imperial Yeomanry.

CANTOR - Lieutenant Montagu Grant - 2/West Yorkshire Regt.
Killed in action at Bothwell. 6th Feb. 1901. Aged 23. Born Sept. 1877.

CARBUTT - Lieutenant Edward Goddard - 'U' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery
Killed in action at Kimberley. 15th Feb. 1900. Aged 28. Born Sept. 1871.

CAREY - Lieutenant Seymour James - 1/Suffolk Regt.
Killed in action at Rensburg. 6th Jan. 1900. Aged 26. Son of A. Carey, of London. Born Jan. 1874. Served as Chief of Police in the Monofasti district, Crete 1898-99 (MID).
Memorial at Suffolk Hill, Colesburg, South Africa -
"Sacred to the memory of .... Lieut. S G. Carey, .... Killed in Action near this spot 6 January 1900. Faithful Unto Death."

CARRUTHERS - Lieutenant Bruce - Canadian Mounted Rifles
Killed in action at Brakspruit. 3rd March 1901.

CARY - 2nd Lieutenant Henry James Lucius - 2/Devonshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Standerton. 2nd Jan. 1901. Aged 28. Son of Colonel Cary (Rifle Brigade). Born Jan. 1872.

CASKEY - Lieutenant Lachlan John - 5th Queensland Bushmen
Killed in action at Mokari drift, Caledon River. 27th Sept. 1901.

CASSON - Captain Ferdinand George - Northumberland Fusiliers M.I.
Killed in action at Reddersburg. 3rd April 1900. Son of Rev. George Casson, of Torquay. Born March 1864.

CATHACART - Captain Reginald - 4/King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action on the Tugela. 22nd Feb. 1900. Aged 29. Son of Earl Cathcart. Born Nov. 1870. Served with the 3rd Battalion. A memorial was placed on Green Hill, west of Pieters Station:
'In memory of officers, non-commissioned officers, and riflemen, 3rd Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps, who were killed in action at this spot Feb. 22nd and 23rd 1900. They formed part of picquets which drove off the enemy's attack and held this ridge all night, in spite of determined efforts to dislodge them.... Capt. the Hon. R. Cathcart. ...'

CATHCART - Lieutenant William Harold - 3/Worcestershire Regt.
Died of enteric at Mafeteng, Basutoland. 7th Jan. 1902. Aged 21. Son of Colonel A.M. Cathcart (Grenadier Guards), of Ripon. Born May 1880.

CAVENDISH - 2nd Lieutenant Charles William Hugh - 17th Lancers
Killed in action at Diamond Hill, near Pretoria. 11th June 1900. Aged 21. Son of Lord Chesham. Born Sept. 1878.
Memorials in St. Mary Magdalene, Latimer, Buckinghamshire -
"Charles William Hugh Cavendish 17th Lancers Killed in Action June 11th 1900." "This tablet marked the grave of Charles Cavendish 17th Lancers on the battlefield of Diamond Hill South Africa. It was placed there by his father AD1900 and brought home by him when replaced by the cross erected there by the officers of the 17th Lancers AD1901."
Memorial in Northampton Cathedral -
"To the Glory of God and in memory of Brave Men, inhabitants of this County and neighbourhood, who gave their lives for their Sovereign and Country during the War in South Africa 1899-1902, the Western Window of this Cathedral was filled with stained glass, AD 1903... 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers, 2nd Lieut. The Hon. C.W.H. Cavendish ...."

CAVENDISH-BROWNE - Lieutenant James - 2nd Co. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Vrede. 23rd Oct. 1900. Son of Rev. H.G. Cavendish-Browne, of Bredon, near Tewkesbury. Had served with the Royal Gloucesterhire Hussars as a trooper. Serving with the Wiltshire Company, IY when killed.

CAWSTON - Lieutenant Cecil Faulkner - 18th Hussars
Wounded at Roodepoort, 2nd Feb. 1901. Died of wounds. Aged 22. Son of George Cawston (one of the founders of the British South Africa Company). Born April 1878.

CHALLENOR - Captain Robert Richards - 1/Lancashire Fusiliers
Killed in action at Boschbult, Kleinhardts River. 31st March 1902. Aged 30. Born May 1871.

CHALMERS - Captain Thomas Wellington - 2/Canadian Mounted Rifles
Killed in action near Belfast, Transvaal. 2nd Nov. 1900. Served in North-West Canada 1885 (medal). Had served as Inspector of the North-West Mounted Police for 8 years. Buried in Belfast, Transvaal.

CHALONER - Lieutenant Richard Alexander - 1/Royal Inniskiling Fusiliers
Died of wounds at Middlebult. 21st April 1902. Wounded at Rooival on the 11th. Aged 21. Born June 1879.
Grave at Coligny Graveyard -
"In Memory of Lieut. R.A. Chaloner R. Inniskiling Fusiliers. Died of Wounds 22nd April 1902."

CHAMIER - Lieutenant Edwin Harold St. Leger - 9th Ammunition Column, Royal Field Artillery
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 7th May 1900. Aged 23. Educated at Cheltenham College. Son of Edwin Francis Chamier, of Exmouth. Born August 1876.

CHANDLER - Lieutenant Edward Heath - Brabant's Horse
Killed in action at Dordrecht. 16th Feb. 1900.

CHAPMAN - Colonel Lionel James Archer - Royal Field Artillery
Died of enteric at Pretoria. 3rd Dec. 1900. Aged 52. Educated at Cheltenham College. Son of George Chapman, of Dieppe. Born 18th July 1848.

CHAPMAN - Lieutenant W.  - Natal Mounted Rifles
Killed in action at Farquhar's Farm. 30th Oct. 1899.

CHARLES - Lieutenant Frank P. J.  - 2nd Vol. Batt. Welsh Regt.
Wounded at Germiston, 11th March 1902. Died at Netley. 4th July.

CHARLETON - Captain Ernest Edward Janvrin - 1/Welsh Regt.
Died after fall from a horse, 1st Jan. 1902. Aged 34. Born July 1867. (QSA 5 bars).

CHARLEY - Major John Francis William - 1/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Wounded at Colenso, died of wounds 15th Dec. 1899. Aged 42. Son of John Stouppe Charley, of Finaghy House, Antrim. Born 1857. Served at Tirah 1897-8 (medal and 2 bars).

CHASE - Lieutenant James - 1/Scotts Guards
Died at Modder River. 3rd Feb. 1900. Aged 41. Born July 1858. Served in Egypt 1882 (medal and bar, Khedives star).

CHENEVIX-TRENCH - 2nd Lieutenant Christopher - 7th Co. Royal Engineers
Died of enteric at Heilbron. 13th April 1902. Aged 20. Son of Colonel Chevenix-Trench, of Broomfield, Camberley. Born 12th April 1881.

CHICHESTER - Lieutenant Lionel - 3rd Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Middleport Farm, Calvinia. 6th Feb. 1902. Aged 28. Son of Major-General Hugh Chichester (Royal Artillery). Born 3rd July 1873.

CHILDE - Captain Charles Baldwyn - Shropshire Yeomanry
  Killed in action at Sugarloaf Hill. 20th Jan. 1900. Aged 46. Son of Mr. Childe-Pemberton, of Millichope Hall, Shropshire. Captain Childe had served in the 57th and 60th Foot and the Royal Horse Guards. Served in Egypt 1882 (medal and bar, Khedives star). Retired 1887 and joined the Shropshire Yeomanry.
Memorial in Shropshire -
"To the glory of God and in loving memory of Charles Baldwyn Childe, of Kinlet, late Captain Royal Horse Guards, who was killed while leading the South African Light Horse in the attack on Sugar Loaf Hill (now called Childe's Hill) in the Boer War in S. Africa, January 20th 1900. Aged 46 years. This tablet is erected by some of the many friends who are left to mourn his loss."

CHISHOLME - Colonel John James Scott - Imperial Light Horse
Killed in action at Elandslaagte. 21st Oct. 1899. Aged 48. Son of J. Scott Chisholme and Margaret Walker, of Stirches. Born August 1851. Served in Afghanistan 1878-80 with the 9th Lancers (medal and 2 bars, MID, wounded twice). Military Secretary to Lord Connemara, Governor of Madras. Retired from the army in 1899 and raised a regiment of Imperial Light Horse.

CHRISP - Lieutenant John George - 5th Victorian M.I.
Killed in action at Bedrog. 5th Nov. 1901. Buried at Vryheid.

CHURCH - Captain Bernard Elliott - 7th Dragoon Guards
Died 19th July 1900. Aged 30. Born March 1870. Volunteered for service from the Reserve of Officers.

CHURCHILL - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Waldo Lionel - 3/Hampshire Regt.
Wounded 31st March 1902. Died at Klerksdorp on the 2nd April. Aged 19. Son of Lieut-Colonel C.M. Churchill, of Wimborne, Dorset.

CLAPHAM - Lieutenant W. J. - Natal Mounted Rifles
Killed in action near Ladysmith. 30th Oct. 1899.

CLARK - Captain James Rutherford - 2/Seaforth Highlanders
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 37. Born Oct. 1862. Served in Hazara 1888 and 1891 (medal and 2 bars), and Chitral 1895 (medal and bar).

CLARKE - Captain George Vernon - 87th Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Killed in action at Uitvlacht. 8th April 1902. Aged 29. Born Sept. 1873.

CLARKE - Captain William Willoughby Stanley - 1 Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Harrismith. 26th Aug. 1900. Aged 32. Educated at Cheltenham College. Son of Colonel Stanley Clarke (21st Lancers). Born 1868. Had been a tea planter in Ceylon.

CLEMENT - Lieutenant J. - Cape Railway Pioneer Regt.
Wounded at Zand River, 14th June 1900. Died of wounds 15th June.

CLEMENTI-SMITH - Lieutenant Eugene , DSO - 11th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Wounded at Harrismith 11th Sept. 1901. Died of wounds and pneumonia 4th Oct. 1901. Born 3 Dec. 1847 at Chigwell, Essex, son of Rev. John Smith and Cecilia Clementi. Had served in the Canadian Artillery (Winnipeg Field Battery, 1871). Served as High Commissioner and JP at Brandon, Manitoba. Helped raise the Manitoba Grenadier Regt and served as Lieut. in N.W. Canada (medal, MID). Returned to England 1890, joined Middlesex Yeomanry. Awarded the DSO in 1901.

CLIFFORD - Lieutenant Edward Cofmack - Bethune's Mounted Infantry
Died at Paauwpan. 28th Feb. 1901.

CLOWES - Lieutenant Graham Vinicombe Winchester - 1/Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action near Doorn River. 30th Jan. 1901. Aged 20. Son of Winchester Clowes, of Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Born Oct. 1880.

COATES - Captain Frederick Raymond - 1/Nothumberland Fusiliers
Killed in action at Elandslaagte. 25th Feb. 1902. Aged 26. Educated at Cheltenham College. Son of Victor Coates, of Dunmurry, Antrim. Born May 1876. Served in the Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedives medal and bar).

CODDINGTON - 2nd Lieutenant Astur Bertrand - 1/Essex Regt.
Killed in action at Driefontein. 10th March 1900. Aged 22. Born Oct. 1877.

COE - Lieutenant A. D. L. - Rand Rifles
Died after fall from horse, at Johannesburg.

COE - Lieutenant Robert Harry Courtauld - 2/Royal Lancaster Regt.
Killed in action at Onderbrook. 22nd Feb. 1900. Aged 23. Son of R.W. Coe, of Clifton, Bristol. Born Oct. 1876. (QSA 2 bars).

COLLINS - Captain Charles Welman - 2/Cheshire Regt.
Wounded at Brakenlaagte, 30th Oct. 1901. Died of wounds 14th Nov. Aged 29. Son of Major Joseph Collins (Cheshire Regt.), of Chester. Born Oct. 1872.
Memorial at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire -
"This memorial is erected in memory of those Cheltenham men, who, either as regulars, or volunteers, died in their country's service, during the South African war, and on the side panels hereof are recorded the names of those Cheltenham men who volunteered, and served in the war.... Capt. W. Collins (Ches. R.) .... Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, K.C.B. 17th. July 1907. W. Nash Skillicorne, Mayor."

CONINGHAM - Lieutenant-Colonel Charles - 2/Worcestershire Regt.
Killed in action at Rensburg. 12th Feb. 1900. Aged 49. Son of Lieut-General Henry Coningham (Madras Light Cavalry). Born in Bangalore, 1851. Husband of Constance Foote. Served in the Sudan 1885-6 (medal and Khedives star).
Memorial at Worcester Hill, Yardley Farm, South Africa -
"In Memory of the following Officers, N.C.O's and Men of the 2nd Batt. (36th) Worcestershire Regiment who were killed in action or died of wounds, received in action near this spot while doing their duty defending this position on 12th February 1900. Lieut. Col. Coningham...... "

CONNOR - Captain Frederick Henry Connor - Royal Irish Fusiliers
Died of wounds at Talana Hill, 20th Oct. 1899. Aged 37. Educated at Cheltenham College. Son of Lieut-Colonel Connor. Born May 1862. Served in Waziristan 1895.

CONOLLY - Lieutenant Thomas - 2nd Dragoons
Killed in action at Kaalboschfontein. 11th July 1900. Aged 29. Son of Thomas Conolly, MP, of Castletown, Ireland. Born Sept. 1870. Served in the Nile expedition 1898 (medal, Khedives medal and bar).

CONWAY - 2nd Lieutenant Frank - 2/King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Died of enteric at Pretoria. 23rd Jan. 1901. Aged 31. Son of Thomas Conway, of Wimbledon. Born in 1870.

COODE - Lieutenant-Colonel John Henry Collier - 2/Black Watch
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 43. Son of General J.P. Coode (Madras Army). Born June 1856.

COODE - Captain Percival,  DSO - West Riding Regt.
Killed in action at Hartenbosch, near Bultfontein. 8th April 1902. Aged 31. Son of Edward Coode, of Tamar, Launceston. Born 1st August 1871. Served in Rhodesia 1896 (medal, wounded). (QSA 4 bars, DSO awarded 1901).

COOPER - Major Francis Edward - Royal Field Artillery
Died of enteric at Mooi River Hospital, Natal. 26th May 1900. Aged 41. Son of Lieut-Colonel Edward Henry Cooper, of Markree Castle, Collooney, Sligo. Born May 1859. Served in Egypt 1882 (medal and bar, Khedives star). Husband of Ella Prendergast.

COOPER - Captain L. P. - 11th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Dreispruit. 23rd July 1901. Aged 27. Son of Rev. N. Cooper, of Oxon, Shrewsbury.

CORLETT - 2nd Lieutenant Archibald John - 2/East Kent Regt.
Killed in action near Brakenlaagte. 31st Oct. 1901. Aged 25. Son of John Corlett, of Maidstone, Kent. Born Nov. 1875. Had served with the Natal Mounted Police.

COTTON - Lieutenant Francis Gerald Stapleton - Royal Engineers
Killed in an explosion at Pienaars River Camp. 6th Oct. 1900. Aged 22. Son of F.M. Cotton, of Holyhead, North Wales. Born 16th May 1878. (QSA 3 bars).

COULSON - Lieutenant Gustavus Hamilton Blekinsopp, VC, DSO - 1/King's Own Scottish Borderers
 Killed in action at Lambrechtfontein. 18th May 1901. Aged 22. Son of A.W. Coulson, of Newbrough Hall, Northumberland. Born April 1879. Awarded DSO in 1900. Posthumous VC awarded 1902.

COULTER - Lieutenant Sydney Richard - 5th Victorian M. I.
Killed in action at Hlobane. 27th Aug. 1901. Buried at Vryheid.

COURTENAY - Lieutenant George Edward - Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Killed in action near Paardeberg. 18th Feb. 1900. Aged 24. Born March 1875.
Memorial at Cheltenham, Gloucestershire -
"This memorial is erected in memory of those Cheltenham men, who, either as regulars, or volunteers, died in their country's service, during the South African war, and on the side panels hereof are recorded the names of those Cheltenham men who volunteered, and served in the war.... Lts ...  G.E. Courtenay (A&S.H.) ... Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, K.C.B. 17th. July 1907. W. Nash Skillicorne, Mayor."

COWAN - 2nd Lieutenant Arthur Ernest Alphonsus - 2nd Dragoon Guards
Died of enteric at Elandsfontein. 11th April 1902. Born August 1880.

COWAN - Captain James William Alston, DSO - 1/Highland Light Infantry
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 31. Son of J.B. Cowan, MD. Born Sept. 1868. Served in Crete 1898 (MID, DSO).

COWIE - 2nd Lieutenant William Russell - 2/Seaforth Highlanders
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 21. Born Feb. 1878.

COWLARD - Lieutenant Edward G. -  2/Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
Died of enteric at Springfontein. 5th March 1901. Aged 23. Son of C.L. Cowland, of Cornwall.

COX - 2nd Lieutenant Clement Henry - Lancashire Militia Artillery
Died of enteric at Newcastle, Natal. 5th June 1901. Aged 26. Son of Alfred Cox. Was serving with 10th Company, Eastern Division, Royal Garrison Artillery when he died.

COX - Lieutenant Ernest - 1/Seaforth Highlanders
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 31. Born March 1868. Served in Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedives medal and bar, MID, Order of the Medjidie 4th class).

CRAIGIE-HALKETT - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Patrick Marjoribanks - 1/Highland Light Infantry
Killed in action on the Modder River. 15th Feb. 1900. Aged 23. Son of Colonel C. Criagie-Halkett, of Cramond, Midlothian. Born 25th August 1876.

CRALLAN - Captain Ernest C. H. - Brabant's Horse
Killed in action at Bird's River, near Dordrecht. 16th Feb. 1900. Aged 47. Son of Rev. J.E. Crallan, of Hayward's Heath, Sussex. Born in 1853. Had served in the Natal Police before the war.

CRAWFORD - Major Frank Fairburn - Army Veterinary Dept.
Died of dysentry at Base Hospital, Pietermaritzburg. 16th jan. 1900. Aged 39. Son of Andrew Crawford. Born 1861. Served in the Bechuanaland 1884-5 and Zululand 1888. Went to South Africa with the Indian Contingent. Husband of Frances Hill.

CRAWLEY - Captain Henry H. S. - 53rd East Kent Co. 11th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Wounded at Tweefontein, 25th Dec. 1901. Died next day. Aged 29. Son of Captain R.S. Crawley (11th Hussars). Born July 1872.

CREAGH - Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel James - 9th Batt. King's Royal Rifle Corps
Died of enteric near Kroonstad.

CREAK - Lieutenant William Heywood - 2/Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Killed in action at Hartebeestfontein. 16th Feb. 1901. Aged 25. Son of Colonel Henry Charles Creak (Bengal Cavalry). Born June 1875.

CREALOCK - Captain Stradling Louis Vaughan - 2/Somersetshire Light Infantry
Killed in action at Tugela. 21st Feb. 1900. Aged 39. Born July 1860. Served in Burma 1886-7 (medal and bar). Buried near Fort Wyllie, near Colenso.

CREWE - Captain F. - Rhodesia Regt.
Died as a prisoner of war.

CRICHTON - Captain John Ernest Theodore - Manchester Regt.
Wounded at Schwartz Kopje, 13th Feb. 1901. Died next day at Belfast. Aged 23. Educated at Cheltenham College. Born Oct. 1876.

CROFTON - Major Henry William George - 3/East Surrey Regt.
Killed in action near Fraserburg. Feb. 1902. (QSA 2 bars).
Memorial at Southwark Cathedral, London -
"3 Batt East Surrey Regt. Formerly First Royal Surrey Militia.
To the glory of God and In memory of our comrades who gave their lives for King and Country in the
South African War 1901 1902. Killed in Action Major H.W.G. Crofton, 2nd Lieut. H.F. Lyon.... "

CROKER - 2nd Lieutenant William Charles Robert - 1/Royal Munster Fusiliers
Killed in action at Boshof. 23rd Feb. 1902. Aged 19. Son of Major W. Crocker (27th Foot). Born June 1882 at Trough Castle, Limerick.

CROPPER - Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Denman,  DSO - Imperial Yeomanry
Died of pneumonia, March 29th 1901. Son of Edward Cropper, of Swaylands, Kent. Served in Zululand 1879 (medal, MID), South Africa 1881 (MID). Awarded the Albert Medal and Royal Humane Society Bronze medal for trying to save a man who fell from the steamship 'Idaho', off San Francisco 6th August 1878. Awarded DSO in 1901. Lieut-Colonel of the Pembroke Yeomanry Cavalry.

CROWLE - Lieutenant Percival Hugh Santo - Robert's Horse
Killed in action near Bloemfontein. 31st March 1900. Aged 28. Son of John Crowle, of London. Qualified as a solicitor. He was in Sydney in 1899 and sailed to South Africa to volunteer.

CUMING - 2nd Lieutenant Harry Wilfrid - 1/Devonshire Regt.
Killed in action at Kruger's Post. 1st Oct. 1900. Aged 23. Born Dec. 1876.

CUMMING-BRUCE - Captain James Frederick Thurlow - 2/Black Watch
Died of wounds at Magersfontein, 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 32. Son of Lord Thurlow. Born in 1867. Husband of Cecily Clifton.

CUMMINGS - 2nd Lieutenant Basil Eric - 15th Co. Royal Garrison Artillery
Died of enteric at Deelfontein. 9th May 1900. Born in March 1880.

CUNNINGHAM - Lieutenant Alexander Crossley - 3/Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Killed in action near Smithfield. 24th Oct. 1901. Aged 24. Born 22nd Jan. 1877. Educated at Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester. Served with the Fife and Forfarshire Light Horse Company of the 6th Bn. IY in South Africa.

CUNNINGHAM - Lieutenant George Archibald Duncan Forbes - 1/Essex Regt.
Died of enteric at Standerton. 25th Jan. 1902. Aged 25. Son of James Elliot Cunningham, of Hove, Sussex. Born Dec. 1876. (QSA 3 bars).

CURTIS - Captain Arthur William - 47th Battery Royal Field Artillery
Died of enteric at Ladysmith. 9th March 1900. Aged 30. Son of Rev. J.G. Curtis. Born March 1870. Served in the Isazai expedition 1892. Husband of Mary Annesley.
Memorial at all Saints Church, Coddington -
"To the glory of God and in memory of Capt. Arthur William Curtis R.A. Who having shared in the defence of Ladysmith died of fever 9 days after the relief on March 9th AD 1900 age 30 years. Ths memorial is placed here by his father's parishioners and other worshippers in this Church."

CURRY - Captain William Michael - Imperial Light Horse
Died at Rietfontein. 7th July 1900.

CUTHBERT - 2nd Lieutenant Sidney William - 3/Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Died of accidental wounds at Wynberg, 25th Feb. 1902.


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