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OFFICERS DIED : SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902

WADDELL-DUDLEY - Lieutenant Bertram Barre - 2nd North Staffordshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein. 20th June 1900. Aged 26. Son of Rev. W.D. Waddell-Dudley, of St. Albans. Born June 1874.

WADE - Lieutenant Alexander Price Conolly Herschel - 2nd Royal Lancaster Regt.
Killed in action at Spion Kop. 24th January 1900. Aged 29. Son of Sir Thomas Francis Wade, GCMG, KCB. Born August 1870.

WADLING - 2nd Lieutenant John William Cottingham - 2nd Royal Berkshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Naauwpoort. 5th March 1900. Aged 21. Son of Lieut-Colonel J. Cottingham Wading (5th Northumberland Fusiliers). Born September 1878.

WALDY - Captain Richard Wartyr - 2nd Bedfordshire Regt.
Wounded at Paardeberg, 18th February 1900. Died 22nd February. Aged 31. Born December 1868. Served in Isazai 1892 and Chitral 1895 (medal and bar).

WALKER - Lieutenant Charles Henry - 3rd South Lancashire Regt.
Died of bronchitis at De Aar. 20th September 1901.

WALKER - Lieutenant Charles James Reginald - 1st Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
Died of wounds near Lietgat. 19th February 1902. Aged 29. Born February 1873.

WALKER - Major Charles Pope - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died at Ladysmith. 5th January 1900. Aged 39. Born July 1860.

WALKER - Lieutenant Claude Ernest Myln - 1st Somersetshire Light Infantry
Killed in action at Wagon Hill, Ladysmith. 6th January 1900. Aged 24. Born December 1875. Served at Tirah 1897-8 (medal and clasp).

WALKER - Captain George Stanley - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died of enteric at Ladysmith. 23rd February 1900. Aged 34. Born May 1865.

WALKER - Major John Charles Arthington - 2nd Dragoon Guards
Killed in action near Leeuwkop. 1st April 1902. Aged 41. Born May 1859. Joined the 10th Hussars in 1882. 2nd Dragoon Guards in 1897. Served Sudan 1884 (medal and bar, Khedives star), Nile expedition 1884-5 (bar).

WALKER - J. - Railway Pioneer Regt.
Died of tuberculosis at Johannesburg. 23rd November 1901.

WALLACE - Lieutenant Augustus Robert - 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Accidently killed by the explosion of a mine at Zeerust. 13th January 1901. Aged 29. Born January 1872.

WALLACE - 2nd Lieutenant Aylmer Willoughby - 2nd King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry
Died of enteric onboard SS Dunera. 9th October 1901. Aged 21. Son of Colonel N.W. Wallace (late King's Royal Rifle Corps. Commanding 4th County of London (King's Colonials) Imperial Yeomanry). Born February 1880. He was being invalided home with a broken leg when he died of enteric.

WALLIS - Captain Alexander Frederic - 1st West Riding Regt.
Killed in action at Arundel. 24th February 1900. Aged 33. Born January 1867.
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... Duke of Wellington's 1st W. Riding - Capt. Alexander F. Wallis (24.2.1900)."

WALLIS - 2nd Lieutenant Clifton Edmund Percival - 2nd Royal Irish Fusiliers
Killed in action at Jaskraal. 28th August 1901. Aged 22. Born October 1878.

WALLIS - Lieutenant Henry - British South African Mounted Police
Died of fever at Gaberones. 21st April 1900. Son of Major H.B. Wallis (Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt.).

WALSH - Lieutenant Frederick Lawrence - South African Light Horse
Died of enteric at Kroonstad. 14th January 1902. Aged 33.

WALTER - Captain Charles - 1st Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Killed at Spion Kop 24th January 1900, aged 27. Son of General J.M. Walter, C.B. Born November 1872.

WALTER - Lieutenant Crepele - Tasmanian Bushmen
Killed in action at Pietersburg 8th April 1901.

WALTON - Lieutenant Louis Alban - 4th Royal Lancaster Regt.
Died of enteric at Naauwpoort 19th May 1901. Aged 20. Son of Judge Walton. Born June 1880.

WARD - Lieutenant H.H. - 24th Co. 8th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Dehoop 6th February 1902.

WARDLAW - Captain Edgar Penrose - Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
Killed in action near Paardeberg 18th February 1900. Aged 33. Born November 1866.

WARING - Surgeon-Lieutenant-Colonel Walter - Militia Medical Staff Corps
Died of dysentry at Pine Town Bridge 6th October 1900.

WARREN - Lieutenant - Cape Mounted Rifles
Killed in action at Dordrecht. 2nd January 1900.

WARREN - Captain W.J.Y. - Volunteer Co. King's Royal Rifle Corps
Died of dysentry at Modder Spruit. 8th May 1900.

WATNEY - Lieutenant Jack Southard - Volunteer Co. King's Royal Rifle Corps
Killed in action at Tweefontein, 25th December 1901, serving with 11th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry. Aged 19. Son of Ernest and Hattie Watney. Born March 1882. He was buried near the battlefield, but his remains were moved to Harrismith cemetery in 1958-1959.

WATSON - Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur John - 1st Suffolk Regt.
Killed in action at Rensburg 6th January 1900. Aged 46. Born June 1853. Served in Bechuanaland 1884-5 (MID), Hazara 1888 (medal and clasp, MID), Chitral 1897 (medal and clasp).
Memorial at Suffolk Hill, Colesburg, South Africa - 
"Sacred to the memory of Lieut. Col. Arthur John Watson Commanding 1st Batt. The Suffolk Reg. ... Killed in Action near this spot 6 January 1900. Faithful Unto Death."

WATSON - Captain Harry Ferguson - 3rd Lancashire Fusiliers
Wounded at Moedwill, died two days later on the 2nd October 1901. Aged 25. Born February 1876. He was serving as adjutant with the Scottish Horse when he was killed.

WATSON - Captain John Capron - 9th Battery, Royal Field Artillery
Killed in action near Wilman's Rust, Transvaal 12th June 1901. Aged 33. Son of Colonel William Henry Watson (Royal Artillery). Born August 1867. Educated at Cheltenham College.

WATSON - Lieutenant William - District Mounted Troops
Killed at Somerset East 5th October 1901.

WAUCHOPE - Major-General Andrew Gilbert, C.B., C.M.G. - 1st Royal Highlanders
Killed in action at Magersfontein 11th December 1899. Aged 53. Son of Andrew Wauchope, of Niddrie Marischal, Midlothian. Born July 1846. Joined the 42nd Foot in 1865. Served in Ashanti 1873 (medal and clasp, MID, wounded twice), Egypt 1882 (medal and clasp, Khedives star), Sudan 1884 (2 bars), Nile expedition 1884-5 (2 bars, wounded), Sudan 1898 (medal, Khedives medal and clasp). Buried at Magersfontein.

WAUDBY - Lieutenant William - Leinster Regt.
Died of enteric at Netly Hospital. 3rd April 1901 Aged 24. Son of Major Sidney James Waudby. Born 9th March 1876.

WAY - Lieutenant Arthur Strachan, D.S.O. - 2nd Durham Light Infantry
Killed in action at Tabaksberg 29th January 1901. Aged 24. Son of Rev. W.H. Bromley Way, late rector of Warboys, Hants. Born 5th March 1876. Served with the DLI Company, Burmah Mounted Infantry. Awarded DSO 1901 and QSA and 5 clasps.

WEBSTER - Captain Godfrey Vassall George Frederick Charles - Bethune's M.I.
Killed in a railway accident at Bethulie 1st February 1901. Aged 28. Son of Sir Augustus Frederick Webster.

WEBSTER - Lieutenant Leveret Beverley - 1st Royal Lancaster Regt.
Died in London after being invalided from Natal 22nd March 1902. Aged 23. Son of Barclay Webster, of Kentville, Nova Scotia. Born September 1878. Buried in Canada.

WEDD - Lieutenant Lawrence Dunkin, D.S.O. - 2nd Queen's Royal West Surrey Regt.
Died of enteric at Kroonstad 7th July 1902. Aged 24. Born 9th January 1878. DSO awarded 1901.

WELCH - Major Norman Charles - 2nd Hampshire Regt.
Wounded near Bothaville, 6th November 1900. Died 10th November. Aged 35. Son of John D. Welch, of Herne Hill, Surrey. Born July 1865. Served in Burma 1887 (medal and bar), and the Niger 1897-8 (MID).

WELDON - Captain George Anthony - 2nd Royal Dublin Fusiliers
Killed in action at Talana Hill 20th October 1899. Aged 33. Son of Colonel Thomas Weldon, CIE and Helen Simpson. Educated at Cheltenham College. Served in Burma 1887-9 (medal and bar). Captain Weldon was the first officer killed in the Boer War. He was buried at Dundee.

WELLFORD - Captain Francis, M.B. - 7th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Wounded at Vlakfontein and died two days later, on the 1st June 1901. Aged 38. Son of Rev. John Francis Wellford, of Oakland, Sidmouth. Born at Clevedon, April 1863. Doctor at Guy's Hospital 1887-92. Went to New South Wales and practised in Sydney. He was medical officer at Winton District Hospital, Queensland 1893-95. From 1895-99 he was in the Straits Settlements. Joined the I.Y. in 1900. He was a fellow of the Royal Colonial Institue.
Memorial at St. Mary's Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - "In Memoriam Francis Wellford of Riverside Estate, Kuala Selangor, Surgeon 7th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry died of wounds after the battle of Vlakfontein, S. Africa, 29th May 1901, Aged 38."

WELLBY - Captain Montagu Sinclair - 18th Hussars
Wounded at Mertzicht, 30th July 1900. Died at Paardekop, 5th August. Aged 33. Son of John Henry Wellby, of London. Born October 1866. Served at Tochi 1897 (medal and bar). Buried at Zandspruit.

WEST - 2nd Lieutenant Archibald Vivian - 2nd Royal Berkshire Regt.

Killed in action at Rensburg 1st January 1900. Aged 23. Son of Lieut-Colonel Frederick West, grandson of Admiral Sir John West, GCB. Born June 1876. Enlisted as a private in 1893 and was commissioned in 1898.
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 R. Berks. - Lt. A.V. West 7 (1.1.1900)."

WHITAKER - Captain Frederick Shewell - Robert's Horse
Wounded at Heidleberg, 23rd June 1900. Died the next day. Served in the Galeka and Gaika wars, Bechuanaland expedition and Matabele war. A fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute.

WHITE - Lieutenant Cecil Arbuthnot - 1st Suffolk Regt.

Killed in action at Rensburg 6th January 1900. Aged 25. Son of Robert Holmes White, of Boulge Hall, Woodbridge. Born August 1874.
Memorial at Suffolk Hill, Colesburg, South Africa -
"Sacred to the memory of ... Lieut C. A. White, ... Killed in Action near this spot 6 January 1900. Faithful Unto Death."

WHITE - Lieutenant Robert James Little - 'C' company, New South Wales Imperial Bushmen
Born at Condobolin, New South Wales, 22 October 1878, son of John White.
Killed in action at Wonderfontein, 12th September 1900.  Buried at Lichtenberg Municipal Cemetery.
Memorial at St. Enoch's Presbyterian Church, Newtown, Sydney - "In memoriam Lieutenant Robert J.L. White, N S. Imperial Bushmen, killed in action at Wondersfontein, South Africa, whilst leading his troops on September 12, 1900, Aged 22 years. Erected by his young men friends. "
The Graphic (London) -
"Lieutenant White was treacherously shot ... while going to answer the white flag displayed by the Boers. He was the pet of the Bushmen's Corp.  "We all loved him, and will avenge him," are his men's own words.  Colonel Mackay, the commanding officer of the Bushmen, is his brother-in-law.  At the funeral his comrades replaced their hats on their heads, and joined hands together and swore most solemnly never again to recognise the white flag."

WHITE - Lieutenant William Michael Joseph - 2nd Cameronians (Scottish Rifles)
Killed in action near Smithfield 12th March 1901. Aged 24. Son of J. White, of Nantenan, Limerick. Born September 1876.

WHITEHEAD - Lieutenant James Allan - 5th Manchester Regt.
Died of enteric at Heilbron 28th May 1902. Aged 18. He was wounded 3 times and died while serving with the 28th Company, Army Service Corps. QSA and 5 bars.
Memorial at St. Mary, Elstow, Bedfordshire - "To the memory of James Allan Whitehead Lieutenant 5th Battalion Manchester Regiment who died on active service at Heilbron, Orange River Colony 28th May 1902, aged 19 years. Erected by his schoolfellows."

WHITEHEAD - Major Randolph Edward - 1st Royal Munster Fusiliers
Killed in action at Doornfontein 13th January 1902. Aged 40. Son of Rev. Thomas Whitehead, vicar of Shustoke, Warwickshire. Born June 1861. Killed when leading his company (only 80 stong) in a bayonet charge against a ridge held by 400 Boers. Major Whitehead fell about 50 yards from the ridge, but the Boers were driven out of their position.

WICKHAM - Captain Edward David Provis - 84th Co. 22nd Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Doorn River 16th October 1901. Aged 43. Son of Lieut-Colonel Thomas Wickham (33rd Foot), of Fronwion, North Wales (died in Cheltenham 3rd April 1903). Born in 1857. Educated at Cheltenham College. Served as a trooper in the I.Y. and was commissioned March 1901.

WILDE - 2nd Lieutenant Brenchly - 2nd East Yorkshire Regt.
Died of enteric at Harrismith 26th February 1902. Aged 19. Born January 1882.

WILFORD - Colonel Edmund Percival - 1st Gloucestershire Regt.
Killed in action at Rietfontein, near Ladysmith 24th October 1899. Aged 53. Born May 1846. Commissioned 1865. Buried in Ladysmith Cemetery.

WILFRED - Lieutenant - Rhodesia Regt.
Killed at Mafeking 16th May 1900.

WILKINS - Captain Francis Alfred Pressland - Suffolk Regt.
Killed in action near Rensburg 6th January 1900. Aged 29. Son of Alfred Wilkins, of London. Born April 1871. Passed out of Sandhurst with honours. Qualified interpreter in French, German, and Italian.
Memorial at Suffolk Hill, Colesburg, South Africa -
"Sacred to the memory of .... Capt. Adjt. F.A.P. Wilkins .... Killed in Action near this spot 6 January 1900. Faithful Unto Death."

WILLIAMS - 2nd Lieutenant Arthur Cole - Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry
Killed at Boshof 5th April 1900. "Lieut. Williams was killed deliberately after the white flag was held up." (London Gazette 8th Feb. 1901).

WILLIAMS - Captain Edward Arthur - 1st Dragoon Guards
Killed in action at Orebyfontein 9th November 1901. Aged 32. Born June 1869.

WILLIAMS - Major George Albanus - 1st South Staffordshire Regt.
Killed in action at Tweefontein 25th December 1901. Aged 41. Son of General J.W.C. Williams, KCB, of Purbrook, Hants. Born September 1860. Served in Zululand 1879 (medal and bar), Nile expedition 1884-5 (medal and bar, Khedives star), Ashanti 1895-6 (star and MID). Buried at Tweefontein.

WILLIAMS - 2nd Lieutenant John Conde - 3rd Durham Light Infantry
Died of enteric at Kroonstad 15th January 1901. Aged 19. Born June 1881.

WILLIAMS - 2nd Lieutenant Raymond Henry - 2nd Somersetshire Light Infantry
Accidentally wounded by his own revolver and died same day, at Nigel 6th September 1901. Aged 19. Born June 1882.

WILLIAMS - Lieutenant William Arthur Glanmor, D.S.O. - 2nd South Wales Borderers
Killed in action near Bothaville 6th November 1900. Aged 27. Son of Hugh Williams, of Ferry Side, Carmarthenshire. Born 18th September 1873. Posted to Royal Niger Company and served in Niger 1898 (medal and clasp, MID, DSO and wounded).

WILLIAMS-ELLIS - 2nd Lieutenant John Roger - 1st Royal Welsh Fusiliers
Killed in action at Dwarsvlei 9th October 1900. Aged 19. Son of Rev. J.C. Williams-Ellis, of Glasfryn, Carnarvonshire.  Born December 1880. Buried at Krugersdorp.

WILLIS - Lieutenant T. - 40th Co. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action near Wolmaranstad 26th February 1902.

WILLSHIRE - Major Ernest Maxwell - 2nd Royal Highlanders
Wounded at Retief's Nek, 23rd July 1900. Died 25th July at Boshof's Farm. Aged 44. Son of Lieut-General Sir T. Willshire, GCB and Annette Letitia Maxwell. Born May 1856. Husband of Lilian Davidson.

WILMER - Lieutenant Altham Browning - Bedfordshire Regt
Wounded at Kafirstad, 22nd October 1901. Died next day. Aged 25. Son of Horace Wilmer, of South Woodford, Essex. Born August 1876. QSA and 2 bars. Awarded the Royal Humane Society certificate for saving a drowning child at Woodford.

WILSON - 2nd Lieutenant Harold Alfred Cobbe - 2nd Middlesex Regt.
Killed in action at Spion Kop 24th January 1900. Aged 21. Son of Rev. Alfred Wilson, of Chiswick. Born September 1878.

WILSON - Lieutenant James - Military Pigeon Post
Killed in the Clanwilliam District 31st October 1901.

WILSON - Colonel John Gerald, C.B. - 3rd York and Lancaster Regt.
Wounded 7th March 1902, near Tweebosch. Died the next day. Aged 60. Son of Richard Bassett Wilson, of Cliffe Hall, Piercebridge, Darligton. Born 1841. Educated at Cheltenham College. Awarded the CB in 1897. His brother (below) and son (Lieut. Richard Wilson) were killed in the Boer War.

WILSON - Lieutenant-Colonel Richard B., C.M.G. - 3rd Durham Light Infantry
Died of enteric at Kroonstad 21st March 1901. Son of Richard Bassett Wilson, of Cliffe Hall, Piercebridge, Darligton. Brother of the above officer.

WILSON - Lieutenant Richard Bassett - 3rd Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Wounded at Oliphant's Nek, 21st July 1900. Died 26th July. Aged 25. Son of Colonel John Wilson (above). Born 1874.

WILSON - Lieutenant W.C. - Northumberland Imperial Yeomanry
Died of wounds at Hartbeestfontein 16th February 1901.

WILTSHIRE - Captain Joseph Herbert - Reserve of Officers
Killed in action at Kaffir Kop 4th October 1900. Aged 45. Born January 1855. Served 11 years in the ranks (20th Hussars). Commissioned in 1886. Served in Egypt 1882 (medal and bar, Khedives star), and Sudan 1889 (bar). Attached to Mounted Infantry Company, Lincolnshire Regt. when killed.
Memorial in St. Michael & All Angels, Coombe, Wiltshire -
"To the glory of God and in loving remembrance of Capt. Joseph Herbert Wiltshire late 20th Hussars Killed in action while serving with the 7th Mounted Infantry near Lindley S. Africa Oct. 4th 1900 aged 46. He also served in the Egyptian War 1882 being present at engagements at Mahsameh, Kassassin, Tel-el-kebir and Toski he was General Secretary of the Salisbury Diocesan Guild of Ringers and mainly through his efforts the old bells of this church were rehung and two new ones added. This tablet is placed here by his sorrowing widow and friends as a mark of appreciation of his work and noble character."

WILTSHIRE - 2nd Lieutenant Richard Clare - 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Died of illness at Kimberley 21st March 1901. Aged 21. Son of C.P.B. Wiltshire (Indian Civil Service), of London. Born October 1879.

WIMBERLEY - 2nd Lieutenant Charles Francis Irvine - 2nd Welsh Regt.
Wounded at Driefontein, 10th March 1900. Died two days later. Aged 21. Son of Colonel R.J. Wimberley (Bombay Staff Corps). Born June 1878.

WINCHESTER - Major Augustus John Henry Baumont Paulet - 2nd Coldstream Guards
The Marquis of Winchester, Earl of Wiltshire. Killed in action at Magersfontein 11th December 1899. Aged 41. Son of the 14th Marquis and Mary (daughter of Baron Rokeby). Born February 1858. Served in Sudan 1885 (medal and 2 bars, Khedives star).

WINDER - Lieutenant Henry - Midland Mounted Rifles (Colonial Defence Force)
Died of enteric at Cradock 1st November 1901.

WINGATE - Captain Allen Sievwright - 1st Gordon Highlanders
Died of wounds at Magersfontein 11th December 1899. Aged 29. Son of J.B. Wingate, of Glasgow. Born December 1870. Served in Chitral 1895 (medal and bar), Tochi 1897-8 and Tirah (2 bars).

WINGROVE - Lieutenant Arthur C.H. Sharpe - 5th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Elandslaagte 25th February 1902.

WOMBWELL - Captain Stephen Frederick - 3rd Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Died of enteric at Vryburg 1st February 1901. Aged 33. Son of Sir George and Lady Julia Wombwell. Educated at the Royal Agricultural College, Cirencester.

WOOD - Lieutenant Charles Carroll - 1st Loyal North Lancashire Regt.
Died of wounds at Belmont 10th November 1899. Aged 23. Son of J. Taylor Wood (a Captain in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War) and great grandson of Zachary Taylor, President of the United States of America. Born March 1876.

WOOD - Captain G.E.B. - 5th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Weltevreden, near Zeerust. 20th October 1900. Aged 33. Son of Edward Wood, of Culmington Manor, Shropshire. Born 1866.

WOOD - 2nd Lieutenant Hugh Maurice - 1st Royal Sussex Regt.
Died of illness at Springfontein 3rd May 1902. Aged 22. Son of Thomas Archibald Wood, of Eliot Park, Blackheath. Had served with the Cape Monuted Rifles, commissioned in July 1901.

WOOD - Colonel Oswald Gillespie, C.B. - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died of illness at Kroonstad 3rd January 1902. Aged 50. Born November 1851. Entered the Medical Staff 1873. Served in Egypt 1882 (bar and medal, Khedives star). Served as Principal Medical Officer at Kroonstad. Awarded C.B. in 1900. His wife was a nurse in the Army Nursing Service. She was Superintending Sister at H Redoubt, Suakin, Egypt in 1885 (RRC, medal and Khedive's Star) and served in Cairo 1889-91. She volunteered for South Africa and died at Kroonstad 4th October 1901. They left two small sons.

WOODGATE - Major-General Sir Edward Robert Prevost, K.C.M.G., C.B.
Wounded at Spion Kop, 24th January 1900. Died at Mooi River, 23rd March. Aged 54. Son of Rev. H.A. Woodgate, rector of Belbroughton, Worcestershire. Born November 1845. Entered the 4th Foot in 1865. Served in Abyssinia 1868 (medal), Ashanti 1873-4 (medal and bar, MID), Zululand 1879 (medal and bar, MID), Sierra Leone 1898 (MID, C.M.G). Made a C.B. in 1896 and K.C.M.G. in 1900. Commanded the 9th Brigade of the 5th Division.

WOODGATE - Lieutenant William Ernest Streatfield - 2nd Royal Lancaster Regt.
Wounded at Vryheid, 11th December 1900. Died the following day. Aged 23. Son of Ernest Woodgate, of Rochester. Born November 1877.

WOODHOUSE - 2nd Lieutenant Henry George Wilkinson - 2nd Manchester Regt.
Wounded at Vrede, 10th November 1900. Died the following day. Aged 20. Son of Major S.H. Woodhouse, of Norley Hall, Cheshire and Heatherton Park, Taunton. Born December 1879. Buried in the churchyard at Vrede.

WOODHOUSE - Lieutenant Robert Walker - 69th Co. 7th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Killed in action at Holfontein, Western Transvaal 2nd January 1902. Aged 19. Son of Robert Hall Woodhouse, of London.

WOODMAN - Lieutenant C. - 2nd Regiment of Scottish Horse
Died of wounds near Brakenlaagte 31st October 1901.

WRIGHT - Lieutenant Godfrey Charles de Cardonnell - 12th Lancers
Killed in action at Diamond Hill 11th June 1900. Aged 26. Son of Charles Booth E. Wright, of Bolton Hall, Yorkshire. Born December 1873.
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 .... 12th (Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers, Lieut. G.C. de C. Wright."

WRIGHT - Lieutenant S.O. - Kimberley Light Horse
Died at Kimberley 28th November 1899.

WROTTESLEY - Major Alfred Edward - Royal Engineers
Drowned on way to South Africa 26th October 1899. Aged 43. Born December 1855.

WYLAM - Lieutenant Frederick Herbert - 8th Hussars
Killed in action near Machadodorp 13th October 1900. Aged 24. Son of Edward Wylam, of Runnymede Park, Staines. Born September 1876.

WYLIE - Lieutenant Charles Henry Benjamin Adams - Indian Medical Service
Died of enteric at Bloemfontein 2nd June 1900.


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