Make your own free website on Tripod.com

OFFICERS DIED: SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902

MAASDORP - Lieutenant J.W. - Graaf Reinet District Mounted Troops
Killed at Helgaarth Kraal. 28th Sept. 1901.

MACBEAN - Captain John Emmanuel, D.S.O. - Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Killed in action at Nooitgedacht. 13th Dec. 1900. Aged 35. Son of Hugh MacBean, of Glasgow. Born 6th June 1865. Served Nile 1897-8 (2 medals, 5 clasps, DSO, MID).

MACAULEY - Lieutenant Kenneth Zachary Pollock - Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Wounded 27th Jan. 1901. Died 3 days later at Middleburg. Aged 28. Son of Colonel C.E. Macauley, of Glasgow. Born September 1872.

MACCARTIE - Captain Charles F., C.I.E. - Kitchener's Horse
Killed in action at Driefontein. 10th March 1900. Aged 52. Son of Rev. Joseph and Mary MacCartie, of Cleveland.  Indian Civil Service 25 years (CIE). Served Burma 1894 as a Volunteer (medal & clasp, MID). Brother below.

MACCARTIE - Captain Gerald de Courcey - South African Constabulary
Died of wounds at Neikkel, 27th Feb. 1902. Aged 35. Son of Rev. Joseph and Mary MacCartie, of Cleveland. Brother above.

MACDONALD - 2nd Lieutenant Archibald Ronald Armadale - 9th Lancers
Killed in action at Krugersdorp. 17th April 1901. Aged 20. Son of Baron Macdonald. Born May 1880.

MACDOUGALL - Lieutenant James Taylor - 42nd Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Killed in action at Farquhar's Farm. 30th Oct. 1899. Aged 28. Son of Colonel I.W. MacDougall. Born July 1871.

MACDOUGALL - Lieutenant John Patrick - 20th Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Killed in action near Vlakfontein. 29th May 1901. Aged 26. Born February 1875.

MACFARLANE - Captain William - 2/Black Watch
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 32. Born December 1867.

MACGREGOR - Major Robert Lipton - 1/Royal Scots
Died at Nooitgedacht. 2nd April 1901. Aged 38. Born April 1862. Served Bechuanaland 1884, Zululand 1888.

MACKAY - Lieutenant James Eric - Royal Lancaster Regiment
Died of wounds at Rustmynziel. 29th Sept. 1901. Aged 22. Born March 1879.

MACKELLAR - 2nd Lieutenant Keith kinnaird - 7th Dragoon Guards
Killed in action near Derdepoort. 11th July 1900. Aged 20. Born July 1880. Had served in New South Wales Local Military Forces.
Memorial at St. James Church, Sydney, Australia - "To the Glory of God and in loving memory of Keith Kinnaird Mackellar Lieutenant 7th (Princess Royal) Dragoon Guards who was killed in action at Onderstepoort, South Africa on the 11th of July 1900 in the twentieth year of his age."

MACKENZIE - Captain Cortlandt Gordon - Royal Artillery
Died of enteric at De Aar. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 37. Born December 1863.

Memorial at Foxton parish church, Leics. -
"To the lasting remembrance of Captain Cortlandt Gordon Mackenzie, Royal Artillery of Foxton Grange, who died in the service of his Country on the 24th of January 1900 at De Aar, South Africa. The parishoners of Foxton have dedicated this tablet as a mark of their sincere affection and esteem."

Memorial outside Foxton parish church, Leics. - "In loving memory of my husband Cortlandt Gordon Mackenzie (Corty) Captain. R.A. who died of enteric on active service in S. Africa January 24th 1900 aged 36 and is interred at De Aar."
(thanks to Robin Jenkins for the inscriptions)

MACKENZIE - Major Kenneth Ross - 2/Seaforth Highlanders
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 44. Born May 1855. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal), Hazara 1888 and 1891 (medal & 2 clasps), Chitral 1895 (medal & clasp).

MACKENZIE - 2nd Lieutenant Rupert Henry - Army Service Corps
Injured falling from his horse, 3rd Aug. 1901. Died next day. Aged 21. Son of Henry Dixon Mackenzie, of Hattigor, Assam.

MACKWORTH - Major Digby - Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt.
Killed in action at Wagon Hill, Ladysmith. 6th Jan. 1900. Aged 31. Son of Colonel Sir Arthur William Mackworth, CB, of Glen Usk, Monmouthshire. Born May 1868. Served Burma 1887, West Africa 1897 (MID).

MACLACHLAN - Captain Donald - 1/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Wounded at Venter's Sruit, 21st Jan. 1900. Died 1st Feb. Aged 33. Son of George Maclachlan, of Argyllshire. Born 1866.

MACLEAN - Lieutenant John Marsham - 84th Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Wounded at Brakenlaagte, 31st Oct. 1901. Died 4th Nov. Aged 22. Born October 1879. Educated Cheltenham College.

MACLEAN - Lieutenant Norman - Imperial Light Infantry
Died of poisoning at Volksrust. 23rd June 1900.

MACMULLEN - Major Francis Richard - 2/Wiltshire Regt.
Died of wounds at Rensburg. 15th Feb. 1900. Aged 44. Born May 1855. Served Egypt 1882 (medal & clasp, Khedive's Star).
Memorial at Colesburg Cemetery, South Africa -
"For King & Empire - In memory of the Officers, NCO's and men who fell in this district in the Anglo-Boer War: 1899-1900... 2nd Wilts. - Major Francis Richard Macmullen (14.2.1900)."

MACNAGHTEN - 2nd Lieutenant Stewart Maxwell - 3/King's Royal Rifle Corps
Died from gangrene after amputation of arm, at Heidelberg. 26th June 1901. Aged 21. Son of Alfred Macnaghten, of Brighton. Born May 1880.

MADDOCKS - Lieutenant Thomas Brassey - 2/Somersetshire Light Infantry
Killed in action at Potchefstroom. 10th Sept. 1900. Aged 26. Born September 1874.

MAGUIRE - Captain Charles James Kinahan - Royal Sussex Regt.
Killed in action at Diamond Hill. 11th June 1900. Aged 28. Son of the Dean of Bangor, Co. Down. Born March 1872.

MAITLAND - Captain Stuart Cairns - Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action on the Tugela. 23rd Feb. 1900. Aged 26. Son of D. Maitland, of Dundrennan. Born October 1873. Serving with the 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers when killed.

MAJENDIE - Captain Henry Grylls - 4/Rifle Brigade
Wounded at Dekiel's Drift, Riet River, 12th Feb. 1900. Died next day. Aged 34. Son of Colonel Sir Vivian Dering Majendie, KCB. Born March 1865. Served Burma 1888 (medal & clasp), Sudan 1898 (medal, Khidive's medal & 2 clasps, MID, Order of Medjidie 4th Class).

MALLOCK - Lieutenant James Raymond - Lancashire Fusiliers
Killed in action at Spion Kop. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 26. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Mallock (Royal Fusiliers), of Camberley. Born June 1873. Served Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal & clasp).

MANN - Captain Horace - Thorneycroft's M.I.
Killed in action at Alleman's Nek. 11th June 1900. Aged 40. Son of Rev. C.N. Mann, of St. Issey, Cornwall. Born 1860. Served Nile 1884 1st Royal West Kent Regt. (medal & clasp, Khedive's Star).

MANNERS - Major Fitzalan George John - Scots Guards
Died of enteric on S.S. 'Tagus', off St. Helena. 15th March 1901. Aged 35. Son of Lord George Manners (Royal Horse Guards), MP for Cambridgeshire) and Mary (daughter of the Duke of Norfolk). Born February 1866.

MARKES - 2nd Lieutenant Alfred Ernest - 2/Royal Scots Fusiliers
Died of enteric at Middelburg. 4th July 1902. Aged 21. Son of Alfred Markes, of London. Born December 1880.

MARRIOTT - Lieutenant D. - 50th Co. Imperial Yeomanry
Died of enteric at Deelfontein. 30th March 1901. Served in the Hampshire Yeomanry.

MARSDEN - Lieutenant Hugh Sidney - 1/King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action at Farquhar's Farm. 30th Oct. 1899. Aged 27. Son of F.J. Marsden, of Colchester. Born December 1871.

MARSH - Lieutenant Gerald John - 1/Border Regt.
Died of enteric at London. 17th March 1902. Aged 27. Son of John William Marsh, of London. Born December 1874.

MARSH - Major Thomas Alfred Perry - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died of enteric at Deelfontein. 22nd May 1900. Aged 44. Born February 1856. Served in Burma 1885-87 (medal and bar).

MARSHALL - Captain Henry Daily - 5/Rifle Brigade
Died of enteric at Pietermatitzburg. 3rd Dec. 1900. Aged 45. Born June 1855.

MARSHAM - Captain Douglas Henry - 4/Bedfordshire Regt.
Killed in action at Cannon Kopje, Mafeking. 31st Oct. 1899. Aged 28. Son of Earl Romney. Born 1871. Had served in the Bechuanaland Border Police.

MARTEN - 2nd Lieutenant Leonard Humphrey - 2/King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Wounded at Brakenlaagte, 30th Oct. 1901. Died at Elandsfontein. 5th Nov. Aged 22. Born December 1878.

MARTER - Captain William Maurice - 1st Dragoon Guards
Wounded at Karee Siding, near Brandfort, 29th March 1900. Died 3rd April Aged 32. Son of Major-General Marter (King's Dragoon Guards). Born January 1868. Queen Victoria requested a photograph from his family after his death.

MASON - Lieutenant William Anthony - Johannesburg Mounted Rifles
Died of enteric at Johannesburg. 3rd Feb. 1902.

MASSY - Major Hampden Hugh - Royal Engineers
Killed in action on the Upper Tugela. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 41. Born February 1858.

MASSY - Major Hugh Ingoldsby - 1/Essex Regt.
Died of enteric at Kimberley. 22nd March 1900. Aged 47. Born January 1853.

MASTERMAN - Captain Henry Wright - 3/Welsh Regt.
Died of malaria at Prieska. 28th Nov. 1900. Aged 25. Son of T.W. Masterman, of Rotherfield, Sussex. Born July 1875.

MATTHEWS - Lieutenant George Harold - 2/Gloucestershire Regt.
Wounded at Kheis, 28th May 1900. Died 2 days later at Prieska. Aged 22. Son of T.G. Matthews, of Berkeley, Gloucestershire. Born May 1878.
Memorial in St. Mary's Church, Berkeley -
"George Harold Matthews, Lt, 2nd Bn of the Gloucestershire Regt, M.I. 2nd son of T.C. Matthews of Newport Towers, Berkeley. 30 May 1900, of wounds received in action at Kaheis, S.A. two days previously, aged 22."

MATTHEWS - Lieutenant Harold Laurence - 1/Essex Regt.
Died of dysentry at Elandsfontein. 24th May 1902. Aged 23. Son of J.H. Matthews, of London. Born July 1878.

MAXWELL - Lieut-Colonel Cedric - Royal Engineers
Died after fall from horse at Rouxville. 20th May 1901. Aged 46. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel C.F. Maxwell (82nd Foot). Born July 1854. Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal, MID), Zhob Valley 1884.

MAY - Captain James - 3/Grenadier Guards
Died at Houtkraal. 4th Feb. 1901. Aged 43. Born September 1857. Had served in the ranks 11 years.

MCCARTHY-O'LEARY - Lieutenant-Colonel William - 1/South Lancashire Regt.
Killed in action at Pieter's Hill. 27th Feb. 1900. Aged 41. Son of J. McCarthey-O'Leary, ex-High Sheriff of Cork. Born January 1849.

MCCLINTOCK-BUNBURY - 2nd Lieutenant William - 2/Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)
Died of wounds at Kimberley. 15th Feb. 1900. Aged 22. Son of Lord Rathdonnell. Born 1878.

MCCLURE - 2nd Lieutenant Robert Hamilton - 2/Seaforth Highlanders
Killed in action at Paardeberg. 18th Feb. 1900. Aged 18. Born March 1881.

MCCORQUODALE - Lieutenant Hugh Stewart - Thorneycroft's M.I.
Killed in action at Spion Kop. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 24. Son of George and Emily McCorquodale, of the Isle of Anglesey. Born August 1875.

MCCUTCHAN - 2nd Lieutenant Philip Andrew - 2/Wiltshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Pretoria. 9th Oct. 1900. Aged 22. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel J.S. McCutchan (Army Medical Service). Born April 1878.

MCKEICH - Lieutenant Robert  - 2nd Brigade, New Zealand Contingent
Killed in action at Nitnengt. 4th June 1902. The last Officer killed in the war.

MCKENZIE - Lieutenant S.M. - Driscoll's Scouts
Died at Wynberg. 28th march 1902.

MCLACHLAN - Lieutenant W. - Bethune's M.I.
Killed in action near Blood River. 20th May 1900.

MCLAREN - Lieutenant J.L. - 105th Co. 8th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Died at Deelfontein. 12th March 1902.

MCLAREN - 2nd Lieutenant William Victor St. Clair - 1/Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders
Died at Pretoria. 26th July 1900. Aged 23. Born May 1877.

MCLEAN - Captain Douglas Hamilton - 69th Co. Imperial Yeomanry
Died of enteric at Johannesburg. 5th Feb. 1901.  Aged 37. Son of J.D. McLean (Colonial Tresurer of Queensland, Australia).

MCQUEEN - Lieutenant Malcolm Stewart - 20th Punjab Infantry
Killed in action at Benginsel. 3rd March 1902. Aged 24. Son of Lieutenant-General Sir John McQueen. Born November 1877. Served China 1900 (medal & clasp). Serving with 16th M.I. when killed.
Memorial at St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Lahore -
"In memory of Lieut. Malcolm Stewart McQueen 20th (D.C.O.) Punjab Infantry killed in action at Benginsel, South Africa on 3rd March 1902 while gallantly trying to save a comrade, aged 24. erected by his brother officers."

MEEK - Lieutenant Alexander John Grant - 6th Inniskiling Dragoons
Wounded at Pretoria, 6th June 1900. Died next day. Aged 20. Son of Alexander Meek. Born May 1880.

MEEKING - Captain Bertram Charles Christopher Spencer - 10th Hussars
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 16th April 1900. Aged 36. (Brother below.) Son of Colonel Meeking, of Colnbrook, Buckinghamshire. Born March 1864.

MEEKING - 2nd Lieutenant Kenneth Charles Edward - 2/Grenadier Guards
Died of enteric at Bethlehem. 2nd Feb. 1902. Aged 21. (Brother above.) Son of Colonel Meeking, of Colnbrook, Buckinghamshire. Born April 1880.

MELLISH - Lieutenant Lawrence Oliver Falaise - 2/Wiltshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 2nd June 1900. Aged 24. Born January 1876.

MENZIES - Captain Angus - 1/Manchester Regt.
Died of wounds at Paardeplaats, 22nd Jan. 1902. Aged 30. Born May 1871.

MENZIES - Midshipman James - H.M.S. 'Doris'
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 18th May 1900. Aged 18. Son of Hugh James Menzies, of London. Born May 1882.

METTAM - Lieutenant Charles - Mafeking District Mounted Rifles
Died at Mafeking.

MEYRICKE - Lieutenant Robert Evelyn - Royal Engineers
Died of enteric at Pietermaritzburg. 8th March 1900. Aged 25. Born July 1874. Educated at Cheltenham College. 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. ... R.E. Meyricke (R.E.)... Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, K.C.B. 17th. July 1907. W. Nash Skillicorne, Mayor."

MEYRICK - Captain St. John - Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action near Johannesburg. 30th May 1900. Aged 33. Son of Sir Thomas Charlton-Meyrick, of Apley Castle, Shropshire. Born August 1866.

MIERS - Lieutenant Roland Hill Macdonald Capel - Somersetshire Light Infantry
Murdered at Riversdraai by a group of Boers carrying a white flag. 25th Sept. 1901. Aged 25. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Capel H. Miers (Cameron Highlanders), of Stoke, Davenport. Born at Edinburgh, April 1876.

MILDMAY - Captain Alexander Richard - 3/King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action near Blood River Poort. 17th Sept. 1901. Aged 28. Born March 1873.

MILLER - Lieutenant Alexander Rowley - 3/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Died of dysentry at Kaffir Kop. 15th May 1902. Aged 22. Son of Major Rowley Miller, of Mill Bank, Omagh. Born May 1880.

MILLER - Captain David Frederick - 3rd Batt. New South Wales Mounted Rifles
Died of enteric at Harrismith. 29th March 1902.
Memorial at St. James Church, Sydney, Australia - "
Erected by the members of the New South Wales Army Service Corps in memory of their comrades who lost their lives in South Africa while serving their country 1899-1902: Captain David Frederick Miller. Lieut Rupert Harrington Harriott.

Lieut Carl Oswald Basche. Driver Walter Montrose Ellis. Driver Thomas Morrissey. Driver John Stewart."

MILLER-WALLNUTT - Major Claude Charles, D.S.O. - 2/Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action at Wagon Hill, Ladysmith. 6th Jan. 1900. Aged 39. Born at Edinburgh, 30th March 1861. Served Egypt 1882 (medal & clasp, Khedive's Star), Sudan 1884 (2 clasps), Sudan 1885 (clasp), Chitral 1895 (medal and bar), Malakand 1897 (2 clasps, MID, DSO).

MILLIGAN - Lieutenant F.W. - Rhodesian Regt.
Killed in action at Ramathlabama, near Mafeking. 31st March 1900.

MILLS - 2nd Lieutenant George Ernest - Derbyshire Regt.
Killed in action at Moedwill. 30th Sept. 1901. Aged 18. Born November 1882.

MILLS - Captain Sidney - 2/Rifle Brigade
Wounded in action at Wagon Hill, Ladysmith, 6th Jan. 1900. Died 2nd Feb. Aged 32. Born July 1867. Served Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal & clasp).

MILTON - Major Percy William Albert Alfred - 1/King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Killed in action at Magersfontein. 11th Dec. 1899. Aged 29. Born May 1860. Served Afghanistan 1878 (medal), Burma 1886 (medal & clasp, MID), Zhob 1890 (MID).

MILWARD - Captain Thomas Walter - 1/Essex Regt.
Died of pneumonia at Bloemfontein. 10th May 1900. Aged 33. Son of Colonel T.W. Milward, CB (Royal Artillery). Born April 1867.

MINNIECE - Major James - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died of enteric at Ladysmith. 17th March 1900. Aged 40. Born May 1859. Serving with the Indian Contingent.

MINSHULL-FORD - Major Francis Charles,  D.S.O. - South African Constabulary
Killed in action at Mooline Tagersfontein. 18th Oct. 1901. Aged 31. Son of Captain J.R. Minshull-Ford (8th Foot), of Llwyngwern, Montgomeryshire. Born 1870. Served in the 2nd Highland Light Infantry 1892-97.

MOBERLY - Lieutenant Alfred Joseph - Royal Garrison Artillery
Died at Smaldeel. 7th July 1901. Aged 22. Born September 1877.

MOELLER - Lieutenant Bernhardt Adolph William Charles - 2/Middlesex Regt.
Wounded at Kaffirspruit, 19th Dec. 1901. Died at Standerton 4 days later. Aged 22. Son of Felix Moeller, of London. Born July 1872.

MOIR - Lieutenant George Gordon - 3/King's Own Scottish Borderers
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 18th May 1900. Aged 28. Son of Captain J.G. Moir (19th Foot).

MONRO - Lieutenant Charles Gordon - Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action at Elandslaagte. 21st Oct. 1899. Aged 27. Born September 1872.

MONTGOMERY - Lieutenant F.C. - Robert's Horse
Wounded at Lichtenburg 17th March 1901. Died next day.

MONYPENNY - 2nd Lieutenant Douglas Blackwell - Seaforth Highlanders
Wounded at Paardeberg, 18th Feb. 1900. Died next day. Aged 21. Son of J.R.B. Monypenny, of Pitmilly, Fife. Born May 1878. Played International rugby for Scotland.

MOODY - Captain Henry de Clervaulx - South Wales Borderers
Killed in action at Nooitgedacht. 13th Dec. 1900. Aged 36. Son of Major-General R.C. Moody (Royal Engineers). Born February 1864. Served Burma 1885 (medal & clasp).

MOOR - Captain Hatherly George - Royal Garrison Artillery
 Killed in action at Palmietfontein 19th July 1900. Aged 29. Son of Rev. Canon Moor, of St. Clements', Truro. Born July 1871. Former Captain in the Royal Artillery, servied in Natal with a mountain battery, served in Rhode's British Charted Company, in Rhodesia and in the war against the Matabele in 1897.

MOORE - Captain Barrington Shakespear - Army Service Corps
Killed in action near Graaf Reinet. 14th July 1901. Aged 27. Born April 1874.

MOORE - Lieutenant Cyril Hartley - 35th Co. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action near Harrismith. 28th July 1901. Aged 25. Born July 1876.

MOORE - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Roland - Royal Munster Fusiliers
Killed in action at Mooitfontein. 25th May 1901. Aged 20. Son of Colonel Francis Moore (8th Foot and Royal Munster Fusiliers). Born January 1881.

MOORE - Major Stephen Blyth - Imperial Yeomanry
Died of enteric at Wynberg. 4th June 1901. Aged 51. Son of Richard Moore, of Killashee, Co. Kildare. Served in the Royal Scots 1869 - 1888.

MOORE - Lieutenant Walter - Gorringe's Flying Column
Died of pneumonia at Burghersdorp. 6th Nov. 1901. Aged 30. Son of Robert Lyon Moore, of Londonderry.

MORGAN - Lieutenant A.A. - Kitchener's Fighting Scouts
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 17th Feb. 1902.

MORLEY - Captain George Wheeler - 1/Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Died of enteric at Mooi River. 10th April 1900. Aged 28. Son of Lieutenant-Colonel Morley (Army Service Corps). Born January 1872. Served Tirah 1897 (medal & 2 clasps).

MORRELL - Captain G. - Prince Alfred's Volunteers
Died at Bloemfontein. June 1900.

MORRIS - Lieutenant George Augustus - 6th West Australian M.I.
Killed in action at Rolspruit. 13th Feb. 1902.

MORRIS - Lieutenant George Ernest Wood - Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.
Wounded at Ermelo, 26th Jan. 1902. Died 2 days later. Aged 21. Son of Colonel W.J. Morris, of Usk, Monmouthshire. Born March 1880.

MORRIS - Lieutenant Thomas - 6th Dragoon Guards
Killed in action at Springbokfontein. 26th Jan. 1902. Aged 22.  Son of Thomas Morris, of Coomb, Carmarthenshire. Born May 1879. Educated at Cheltenham College. Buried at Oshock, Transvaal.
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. ... T. Morris (6th. D. Cds.)... Unveiled by Lt. Gen. Sir Ian Hamilton, K.C.B. 17th. July 1907. W. Nash Skillicorne, Mayor."

MORRISON - Captain Maskell Mackenzie Downie - Royal Garrison Artillery
Died of asthma at Bethulie. 7th Oct. 1901. Aged 32. Born June 1869.

MORRITT - Lieutenant Robert Alexander - 17th Lancers
Killed in action at Modderfontein. 17th Sept. 1901. Aged 24. Born May 1877.

MOTUM - 2nd Lieutenant Hill - Donegal Artillery, Southern Division, R.A.
Died at Lindley. 14th Jan. 1901. Aged 20. Born July 1880.

MOURILYAN - Lieutenant Hubert Lionel - 1/Royal Warwickshire Regt.
Killed in action at Pieter's Hill. 27th Feb. 1900. Aged 24. Born November 1875. Served Ashanti 1895 (Star) and Sierra Leone 1898. A Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute.

MULLER - Captain Edward B. - Kaffrarian Rifles
Killed in action at Ramathlamba. 31st March 1900.

MULLOY - Lieutenant Charles Coote - 2/Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regt.
Died at Kroonstad. 14th March 1901. Aged 25. Son of Colonel Mulloy (Royal Engineers). Born November 1875.

MUNN - Lieutenant Edmund Leonard - Royal Medical Corps
Died of enteric at Boshof. 23rd May 1900. Aged 25. Born January 1875.

MUNN - Major Frederick Henry, D.S.O. - 1/Royal Irish Fusiliers
Died of measles and pneumonia at Springfontein. 31st August 1901. Aged 44. Born 13th May 1857. Served Sudan 1884 (medal & clasp, Khedive's Star). DSO 1902.

MUNROE - Lieutenant J. G. S. - Kitchener's Horse
Killed in action at Houtnek. 30th April 1900.

MUNSTER - Major the Earl of Munster, Geoffrey George Gordon, D.S.O. - 3/Royal Scots
Accidentally killed at Lace Mines. 2nd Feb. 1902. Aged 42. Born 18th July 1859. Son of 2nd Earl of Munster and Wilhelmina Erskine. Served Afghanistan 1879 (medal & 2 clasps, Star. 2/KRRC), Boer War 1881 (3/KRRC). Retired 1895. Joined Royal Scots Militia Bn.

MURCH - Lieutenant Denis Jerom - 'Q' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery
Wounded at Sanna's Post, 31st March 1900. Died 25th April. Aged 25. Son of Arthur Murch. Born December 1874.

MURDOCH - Lieutenant Archibald Jose Campbell - 1/Cameron Highlanders
Killed in action at Nooitgedacht. 13th Dec. 1900. Aged 24. Born June 1876. Served Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal & 2 clasps).

MURIEL - Captain Charles Leslie - 2/Middlesex Regt.
Killed in action at Spion Kop. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 33. Born February 1866.

MURPHY - Lieutenant Arthur Edward - 5th Victorian M.I.
Killed in action near Driefontein. 29th May 1901. Aged 38. Son of Edward J. Murphy, of Melbourne, Australia. Born at Toorak, Melbourne, May 1863.
Monument at ICL Beaumont -
"Capt. F. Owen-Lewis Nov 24 1899 near Graspan. Lieut. A. Byrne June 10 1900 Bloemfontein. Lieut. J. Lawlor Augt 30 1900 Waterwal. Lieut. A.E. Murphy May 29 1901 Middlekraal. 2nd Lieut. R. Stapelton-Bretherton Jany 30 1902 Ronderan. RIP This monument in memory of old Beaumont boys who fell in the South African War 1899-1902 was erceted by by some old boys and friends of Beaumont 1903."

MURRAY - Captain Andrew David - Cameron Highlanders
Killed in action at Quaagersfontein. 20th Sept. 1901. Aged 38. Son of Viscount Stormont and heir of the Earl of Mansfield. Born September 1863. Served Sudan 1884 (medal & clasp, Khedive's Star), Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedive's medal & 2 clasps, MID).

MURRAY - 2nd Lieutenant Alastair Heneage - Grenadier Guards
Wounded at Biddulphberg, 29th May 1900. Died 3rd June. Aged 22. Son of C.J. Murray, MP for Coventry. Born April 1878.

MURRAY - Captain Edward Oliphant - Cameron Highlanders
Killed in action at Quaagersfontein. 20th Sept. 1901. Aged 29. Son of Lord Elibank. Born Oct. 1871.

MURRAY - Captain Fergus - Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Killed in action at Spion Kop. 24th Jan. 1900. Aged 31. Son of Commander John Murray (Royal Navy), of Dumfriesshire. Born February 1868. Wounded 5 times before he was killed.

MURRAY - Major Frederick Dymoke - Black Watch
Killed in action at Brakenlaagte. 31st Oct. 1901. Aged 29. Son of Charles Frederick Murray. Born April 1872.

MURRAY - 2nd Lieutenant John Gammel Duff - Gordon Highlanders
Killed in action at Elandslaagte.  21st Oct. 1899.  Aged 21. Son of Surgeon-Colonel John Murray (Army Medical Service). Born January 1878.

MURRAY - Lieutenant R.H. - Graaf Reinet District Mounted Troops
Killed in action at Tweefontein. 2nd May 1902.

MURRELL - Captain G. - Prince Alfred's Volunteer Guard
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 6th June 1900.

MYERS - Major William Joseph - 7/King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action near Ladysmith. 30th Oct. 1899. Aged 41. Son of T.B. Mayers, of Shenley, Herts. Born August 1858. Served Zululand 1879 (medal & clasp), Sudan 1885 (medal, Khedive's Star, Order of Mejidie 4th class), Hazara 1891 (medal & clasp), Mirzanai 1891 (clasp).


Napier