|Lieut. B.B. Waddell-Dudley,
North Staffordshire Regiment.
|Queen’s South Africa Medal clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State.
Died of disease Bloemfontein 20 June 1900.
With three pages of family details and a
photograph of recipient’s grave. ‘The Last Post’
states: “Lieut. Bertram Barre Waddell-Dudley,
2nd Batt. North Staffordshire Regt., died of
enteric at Bloemfontein on June 20th 1900.
He was the son of the Rev. W.D. Waddell-Dudley,
of St. Stephen’s Vicarage, St. Albans, was born in
June 1874, and educated at Haileybury.
He entered the North Staffordshire Regt. From
the Militia in June, 1896, being promoted lieut.
Jan. 1899. Lieut. Waddell-Dudley accompanied
his battalion to South Africa in Jan., 1900, and
served in the Seventh Division under Lieut.-Gen.
Tucker, taking part in the advance on
He was born in Westminster and was the third
child and only son of Rev. William D. and Georgina
Buried at President Brand Cemetery, Bloemfontein.
Grave marked by a marble cross.