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5 Lt. Colonel Hon. C. H. C. Willoughby served in the South African war in 1899-1000 with the 9th Lancers, and was
present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein, and in the advance to Pretoria
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps).
6 Lt. Colonel Lund served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the gth Lancers, and was present in the
engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, in the operations round
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Houtnek, Zand River ; operations in Transvaal in May and June 1900,
taking part in the engagements near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; operations in Orange River Colony,
in the Wittebergen, Elands River ; operations in Cape Colony 1900, in command of a Mobile Column 20th June 1901
to 15th March 1902 ; in Orange River Colony 30th June 1900 to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March
1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with eight Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, King's Medal with two
Clasps).
7 Lord D. J. C. Compton served in the South African war in 1899— 1902 with the gth Lancers, and was present in
the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein ; at the relief of Kimberley and the oper.-.-
tions round Paardeberg ; in the actions at Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Houtnek, Zand River, near Johannesburg,
Pretoria, Diamond Hill, Elands River, Wittebergen, and at Caledon River ; operations in Orange River Colony 30th
Nov. 1900 to July 1901 ; in Cape Colony July 1901 to March 1902 ; was in command of the 9th Lancers from 27th
Dec. 1901 to 15th March 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with seven Clasps, King's
Medal with two Clasps).
8 Major Gordon served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present at the ad-
vance on Kimberley, including the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief
of Kimberley, and in the advance to Pretoria, including the action at Houtnek — wounded at Dronfield 16th Feb. 1900;
Was present in the Transvaal at the engagements near Johannesburg, Pretoria, Diamond Hill, and Eland's River;
took part in the operations in the Orange River Colony, including the actions in the Wittebergen and atCaledon River!
Acted as Brigade IVIajor to Major General J. M. Babington, commanding tst Infantry Brigade ; took part in operations
in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March 1902 (mentioned in
despatches, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps).
9 Captain Abadie served in the South African war in 1899— 1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the
engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, in the operations
round Paardeberg, and in the advance to Bloemfontein and Pretoria ; and in Cape Colony Jan. to 31st May 1902 (mentioned
in despatches, DSO , Medal with eight Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps).
10 Major Campbell served in the South African war in 1899—1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the
engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, in the operations at
Paardeberg of 16th to 21st Feb. 1900 — wounded, and in the advance to Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria,
July to Nov. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony March to Nov. 1900, including actions at Bethlehem, Wittebergen, and
Caledon River; in the Transvaal Feb. to March 1902 ; in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. ^1900 to Feb. 1901, April
1901 to Feb. 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. to April 1901 ; also served with Imperial Yeomanry and in command
of a Mobile Column (mentioned in deSDatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with seven Clasps, King's Medal with two
Clasps). G
11 Lord Charles C. Bentinck served in South African war in 1899-1900 — slightly wounded ; served as Special Staff
Officer ; commanded Squadron of Protectorate Regiment, and afterwards on Staff (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of
Major, Medal with three Clasps).
12 Captain Beale-Browne served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Aide de Camp to SirF.W. E. F. Fores-
tier-Walker, from August 1899 to May 1900 ; as Staff Officer for Intelligence with the Rhodesian 5 /eld Force, under
Sir F. Carrington ; Assistant Military Secretary to Sir F. W. E. F. Forestier-Walker ; and was present at the engage-
ments in Rhodesia and at Elands River (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps).
13 Captain Bell served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the en-
gagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, operaticns in the Transvaal west of Pretoria, in-
cluding the actions at Elands River, the Wittebergen, and Caledon River ; in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to
June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's
Medal with two Clasps).
15 Major Brooke served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 9th Lancer;, and was present in the en-
gagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, the operations round
Paardeberg, and in the advance to Bloemfontein — wounded near Thabanchu 24th April 1900 ; afterwards on Staff ;
also operations in the Transvaal Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with four
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps).
10 Captain Smyth served in the South African war in 1899-igor with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the en-
gagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein — wounded, at the relief of Kimberley, and in the
advance to Bloemfontein and Pretoria; operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900; and in
Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with
six Clasps).
17 Captain F. H: Allhusen served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the advance on
Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein; the relief of Kimberley;
the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May, 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the
actions at Poplar Grove and Karee Siding (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 4 Clasps).
19 Captain Durand served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the.engage-
ments at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, and in the advance to Pre-
toria — wounded at Dronfield 16th Feb. 1900 and at Johannesburg 2nd June ; operations in Orange River Colony March
to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps, King's
Medal with two Clasps).
20 Lord F. T. Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood served in the South African war in 1899-1901 with the 9th Lancers,
and was present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley
the operations round Paardeberg, and in the advance to Bloemfontein and Pretoria — wounded in Cape Colony 24th
December 1900; operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900; in Orange River Colony May to
Nov. 1900, including actions at Bethlehem, Wittebergen, and Caledon River • in Cape Colony 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900
also served on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with eight Clasps).
21 Captain Cavendish served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 9th Lancers, and was present in the
engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, at the relief of Kimberley, in the operations
round > Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Houtnek, Zand River, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Diamond Hill,
Eland's River, and the Wittebergen— wounded at Koodoosberg 7th Feb. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony 30th Nov.'
1900 to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with seven Clasps, King's Medal with two
Clasps).
►» 22 Captain Sadleir- Jackson served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the gth Lancers, and was present in
the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein, the relief of Kimberley, the operations round
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Zand River, Johannesburg, the Wittebergen and Caledon River — wounded
near Johannesburg 2nd June 1900 ; in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June
1901 to March 1902 ; was also on the Staff (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with
two Clasps).
24 Lieut. Trower served in the South African war in 1900-02 with the Qth Lancers, and was present at the en-
gagements at Houtnek, Zand River, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Diamond Hill, Eland's River, and the Wittebergen;
operations in Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 to March 1002 (Medal
with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps).
25 Lieut. R. S. Chadwick served in South African war in 1900-01 with the City of London Imperial Volunteers, and
took part in operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actons near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and
Diamond Hill ; in Orange River Colony May to Nov. 1900, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; in Orange
River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony June to Sept. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps).
M Lieut. D. K. L. Tooth served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the New South Wales Mounted Infantry
— slightly wounded, and took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including
"aardeberg and action at Driefontein ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg,

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