JACKSON - Captain Christopher Goddard - 7th Dragoon Guards
Killed in action on patrol near Arundel, Cape Colony. 16th Dec. 1899. Aged 27. Born, February 1872. Educated Cheltenham College.

JAMESON - 2nd Lieutenant George Uniacke - 1/Border Regt.
  Killed in action at Potchefstroom. 8th Oct. 1901. Aged 22. Only son of Lieutenant-Colonel R. Jameson, Indian Medical Service, of Kilbirnie, Ayrshire.

JANSEN - Lieutenant John Thomas - Warren's Mounted Infantry
Killed in action at Plattdrift. 15th June 1901.

JEFFCOAT - Captain Henry Jameson Powell, DSO. - Royal Field Artillery
Killed in action at Tafelkop. 20th Dec. 1901. Aged 29. Son of Deputy-Surgeon General Jeffcoat, of Surbiton. Born, January 1872.

JELF - Lieutenant Richard John - Royal Engineers
Died on the troopship 'Dilwara'. 2nd June 1900. Aged 28. Eldest son of Major-General R.H. Jelf, CMG, Governor of the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. In September 1899 he had married Violet Harrison, daughter of General Sir Richard Harrison.

JENKINS - Lieutenant Charles Morris - Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry
    Killed in action at Colenso. 15th Dec. 1899. An ex-sergeant in the Glamorgan Infantry Volunteers, he had gone to South Africa in 1888 as a civilian engineer.

JENKINSON - Major Henry Law Acland - Royal Field Artillery
Died of enteric at Havant. 23rd Jan. 1902. Aged 38. Only son of Henry Jenkinson, of Alverston, Warwick. Born, October 1863.

JENNINGS-BRAMLY - Major Alfred William - 19th Hussars
Killed in action at Hake-Banagher. 20th Dec. 1901. Aged 37. Son of Captain R.D. Jennings-Bramley. Born, August 1864. His older brother, Major Richard Jennings-Bramly (Gordon Highlanders) was killed in India in 1897.
Memorial in St. Judes Church, Portsmouth -
"Alfred William Jennings-Bramly, Major, 19th Hussars who was killed in action at Lake Banagar South Africa 20th December 1901. Youngest son of the late Captn Jennings-Bramly."

JERVIS-EDWARDS - Major Cecil Bradney - Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
Killed in action near Dundee. 28th July 1901. Aged 35. Born, February 1866.

JOHNSON - Lieutenant Wilfrid Moss - 2nd Lancashire Volunteer Artillery
Killed in action at Hamelfontein. 17th Dec. 1900. Aged 22. Son of S.J. Johnson, of Woolton, Liverpool. Born, May 1888. A small party of 28 Yeomanry were surrounded by 250 Boers, but refused to surrender and fought from early morning to after dark, when the Boers withdrew.

JOHNSON-SMYTH - Major Thomas Roger - 1/Durham Light Infantry
Killed in action on the Upper Tugela. 5th Feb. 1900. Aged 42. Born, June 1857.

JOHNSTON - Lieutenant Alfred G. - 5th Victorian M.I.
Killed near Rhenoster Kop. 7th May 1901.

JOHNSTONE - Lieutenant Halbert Russell - 19th Co. 6th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry
Wounded at Onverwacht, 4th Jan. 1902. Died 2 days later. Aged 27. Son of R. Johnstone, of Yokohama. Born, March 1874.

JOHNSTONE - Lieutenant Norman Marshall - 1st Royal Dragoons
Killed in action at Alleman's Nek. 11th June 1900. Aged 27. Fifth son of D. Jonhnstone, of Croy, Dumbartonshire. Born, August 1872.

JONES - Lieutenant George Williams Grey - Royal Army Medical Corps
Died of enteric at Ladysmith. 20th Feb. 1900. Aged 25. Born, August 1874.

JONES - Lieutenant Robert James Thomas Digby, V.C. - Royal Engineers
  Killed in action at Wagon Hill, Ladysmith. 6th Jan. 1900. Aged 23. Born, September 1876. Awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross.

JULIAN - Lieutenant Charles John - 'O' Battery, Royal Horse Artillery
Died at Vryheid. 6th Nov. 1901. Aged 25. Born, July 1876.