Shipping Lists

 

London Times 01/01/01 (Tuesday)

p7a    Dateline Bombay, Dec.  31.    Lumsden’s Horse landed here to-day.  (no ship mentioned, Atlantian)

 

p12a , b, c & d        The Canada, from Table Bay and Gibralter  for Southampton , passed Peniche to-day.

    The Formosa left for England December 22 with the following invalids:

    Remount Depot  – Maj.  J.T. Browne

    Sick laying down, 6; convalescent 332

    Wounded convalescent, 21

    And the following on passage home:

    E.Kent  – Maj.  E.G.T. Bainbridge

    3/KRRC  – Capt.  C.W. Wilson

    4/Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  L.A. Jones

    Civil Surgeons G.A. Leech & H.T. Mursell

    Nursing Sister H.T. Thompson

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgeons A.F. Ilott, H.L. Porteus

    Nursing Sisters A.  Murton, A.F. Bob, M.M. Knox, & F.  Baker.

 

    The hospital ship Dunera left for England December 25 with the following invalids:

    2/Scots Guards  – Maj.  E.  E.  Hanbury

    66/RFA  – Maj.  C.C. Owen

    3/GG  – Capt.  G.S. Clive

    2/Rifle Brig.  – Capt.  H.M. Biddulph

    I.Y.  – Capt.  Lord Denman, Lt.  F.C. Gray, Vet.  Lt.  T.  A.  Huband

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – Lt.  Hon.  R.G. Forbes

    2/Manchester  – Lt.  E.M. Baker

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Lt.  E.  Brown

    Army Nursing Dept.  – Nurses N.  Templeton, E.  Asinan, F.A. James, L.  Sands, D.D. Tripp, & M.A.C. Grant

    ASC  – Maj.  E.  Burrell

    RAMC  – Maj.  B.W.C. Deeble, Civil Surg.  H.J. Starling

    1/Devonshire  – Capt.  H.  Honner

    1/R.  Dragoons  – Lt.  Sir M.  Burrell

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Lt.  H.L. Knight

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  E.  Shearburn

    2/Hampshire  – 2/Lt.  E.P. Blencowe

    1/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lts.  W.V. Hume, & F.  Hudson

    1/Border  – 2/Lt.  G.E. Beaty-Pownall

    Sick laying down, 23; convalescent, 200

    Wounded laying down, 17; convalescent, 23

    On passage home:

    3/Hampshire  – 2/Lt.  C.C. Black Hawkins

    Ship is due at St.  Vincent Jan.  8 & Southampton Jan.  17

 

    The Orotava left Southampton yesterday for St.  Helena and South Africa with 49 officers, 5 civil surgeons, 2 chaplains, 3 nursing sisters, and 644 men.  Listed were:

    Gloucestershire  – (for service at St.  Helena) 251 men

    RAMC  – 164 men

    RE  – 20 men

 

    The Avoca arrived at Southampton yesterday with 170 invalids from South Africa .

 

       

London Times 02/01/01 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    02/01/01

p8    Dateline Durban, Dec. 24, 1900.    1060 horses have arrived here from New Orleans by the Styrian.

    Dateline Durban, Dec. 27, 1900.    The Englishman arrived yesterday from Southampton with 436 troops and 286 horses.

 

p11    The Roslin Castle, with Canadians for Halifax, arrived St. Vincent on the 27th.  The Norman sailed Thursday with Lt.-Col. Handbury Williams and Capt. Lane-Fox.

 

p23    Here a diary of the war to the end of 1900.     Also here a bit on the 945 undesireables who have passed through English ports on their way to other countries from South Africa.

 

p27    Dateline London, Jan. 1, 1901.    The Orotava took out 203 recruits for the South African Constabulary yesterday.

 

London Times 03/01/01 (Thursday)

p8b    The Hawarden Castle will take out the following for Gibralter and South Africa :

    Highland L.I.  – Capt.  Purvis and 1 company

    1/King’s Own  – Capts.  Laurie & Johnson  and 2 companies.

    5/Manchester  – Capt.  Jackson and 1 company

    Total of 42 officers (not named) for the Cape.

    Cameron Highlanders  – 2 officers and 122 men for Gibralter.

 

London Times 04/01/01 (Friday)

p8a    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday.

 

p9c    The Norman left for England on December 27, with the following on passage home:

    Oxfordshire L.I.  – Maj.  Hanbury-Williams

    Canadian Post Office Corps  – Capt.  W.R. Ecclestone

    E.  Kent  – Col.  T.F. Brickman

    CG  – 2/Lt.  C.E. Brett

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Capt.  P.  Fall

    Indian Staff Corps  – Capt.  C.W.G. Richardson

    17/Lancers  – Lt.  D.S. Matthews

    Civil Surgeon H.R. Phillips

    R.  Inniskilling Fus.  – Capt.  L.A. McClintock ( for Forcados)

    Due at Southampton Jan.  11.

 

London Times 05/01/01 (Saturday)

p8a    The Manhattan arrived at Southampton yesterday morning from South Africa , bringing 10 officers, 382 men and 15 officer’s horses.  Listed were:

    I.Y.  – Lt.  G.S.L. Smith

    4/KRRC  – Capts.  C.A.G. Clarke &    G.V. Hordern

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  E.A. Nathan, E.M. Pearce & A.N. Weir

    1/Durham L.I.  – Capt.  H.R. Cumming

    1/Liverpool  – Capt.  Depiro D’Amia

    2/Leinster  – Capt.  J.D. Mather

    21/Lancers  – Lt.  C.V. de Crespigny

 

    Dateline Malta, Jan.  4.    The Rameses has arrived from Alexandria and will sail to-morrow for Gibralter with M.I. for South Africa .

 

    Maj.-Gen.  Coke is returning home in the Dunvegan Castle.

 

       

London Times 07/01/01 (Monday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 08/01/01 (Tuesday)

p6a & b    the Arundel Castle left for England Jan.  1 with the following on passage home:

    Civil Surgs.  – W.J. Waters, P.  Wood, & C.C. Simpson

 

Note  – Maj.  C.S.O. Monck, DAAG, mentioned here.   

 

    The Maplemore will sail from Albert Docks to-day or tomorrow for South Africa with cavalry reinforcements.

    The Algeria will sail from Albert Docks Saturday with cavalry reinforcements for South Africa .

 

London Times 09/01/01 (Wednesday)

p3c    Dateline  Sydney,  Jan.  8.    The Orient arrived here this morning with 679 troops returning from South Africa .  The troops were mad up of 403 from N.S.W., 170 from Queensland, & 106 from N.Z.

 

p8b    The Dunvegan Castle left for England January 3 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.- Gens.  C.W.H. Douglas & J.  Talbot Coke, Brig.-Gen.  R.G. Broadwood

    8/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  Lord Hindlip

    2/Worcestershire  – Maj.  J.H.S. Gibb

    3/R.  Lancaster  – Col.  B.N. North

    For Forcados:

    2/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  F.P. Crozier

    9/KRRC  – 2/Lt.  A.E. Gallagher

    2/Wiltshire  – 2/Lt.  H.A. Murray

    RFA  – Lt.  R.  Henvey

    Due at Southampton Jan.  18.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    09/01/01

p24    Dateline London, Jan. 02, 1901.    520 M.I. have embarked for South Africa in the Hawarden Castle.

    Dateline London, Jan. 06, 1901.    Note here that Mauser cartridges are exhausted and Martini-Henry rifles are being used..

 

p25    The Oratava reached Southampton Dec. 19. with 30 officers and 847 men.

 

London Times 10/01/01 (Thursday)

p3c    Dateline Halifax, N.S., Jan.  8    The Roslin Castle arrived here to-night from South Africa with the second Canadian Contingent.  Lt.  Sutton and Sergeant-Trumpeter Inglis died on the voyage.

p8b    The Maplemore with Hq. & 2 Squadrons of 1/DG left Gravesend yesterday for Cape Town .

 

Note here  – p8b    The 3/DG , preparing for departure for the Cape are armed with the service rifle instead of carbines.

 

London Times 11/01/01 (Friday)

p8b    The hospital ship Nubia left for England January 7 with the following invalids:

    2/Middlesex  – Capt.  L.S. Roome

    Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  J.C. Collins

    3/V.B. Scottish Rifles  – Lt.  G.W.S. Clarke

    AOC  – Capt.  R.J. Hamlin

    2/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Capt.  G.N. Cory

    I.Y.  – Lt.  W.  Moat

    ASC  – Maj.  St.  J.  Parker

    2/Wiltshire  – 2/Lt.  A.  Berger

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  F.H. Nagle

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  E.M. Barrett

    1/Leicestershire  – Capt.  G.  Walsh

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  – W.B. Eaves & H.C. Donald

    Sick laying down, 20; convalescent, 233

    Wounded laying down, 9; convalescent, 8

    For duty on voyage  – Rev.  Mr.  White

    The following on passage home:

    Bishop of Natal

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  A.G.G. Tozer & H.E. Bamfylde

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  F.C. Turner

    1/R.  Fusiliers  – Capts.  A.C. Annesley & C.C. Carr

    1/Derbyshire  – Maj.  E.A.G. Gossett

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  – C.  Colin Campbell, S.L. Stephens, & W.  Edwards

    Army Chaplain  – Rev.  G.H. Colbeck

    Due at Southampton Jan.  28.

 

    The Rameses arrived at Gibralter on Wednesday from Malta and transshipped to the Hawarden Castle 4 cos.  from Malta’s garrison for South Africa .  The Hawarden Castle sailed from Gibralter for the Cape yesterday.

 

p10a, b & c.  Note here. .303 rifle article "Rifle of the Future”

 

       

London Times 12/01/01 (Saturday)

p10b    The Aurania left for England January 8 with the following invalids:

    10/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  Hon.  E.B. Meade

    3/E.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  V.T.D. Palmer

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  F.T.D. Wilson

    1/Yorkshire  – Lt.  C.F.C. Jarvis

    1/Gloucestershire  – 2/Lt.E.M.H. Raynsford

    2/Wiltshire  – 2/Lt.  A.C. Magor

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Maj.  E.  Day, Capt.  J.G. O’Donel, Lt.  F.W. Hunt

    I.Y.  – Maj.  W.H. Wyndham Quin, Capts.  G.L. Derriman & F.E. Lane-Fox, Qm.  G.F. Shaw

    Kaffrarian Rifles  – Lt.  J.H. Beswick

    17/Lancers  – Capt.  C.A.S. Warner

    2/Linconshire  – Lt.  H.C.W. Hoskyns

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  E.G. Elger

    2/Cheshire  – 2/Lt.  F.  Berkeley

    1/W.  Riding  – Maj.  H.D. Thorold

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  P.G. Anstruther

    Militia Medical Staff  – Surg.  Capt.  J.T. Simpson

    2/V.B. York & Lancaster  – Capt.  H.A. Lownds

    N.S.W. Med.  Staff.  – Lt.  G.S. Samuelson

    Victorian M.I.  – Lt.  J.L. Lilley

    Cape M.  Rifles  – Lt.  J.C. Judd

    Sick laying down,65; convalescent, 527

    Wounded laying down, 33; convalescent, 33

    For duty on voyage:

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  D.F. Franklin, Civil Surgs.  B.J. Collingwood, D.L. Griffiths, W.G. Sutherland, L.T. Whelan, & F.  Brinckwell

    Army Chaplain Rev.  P.  O’Toole

    Army Nurses  – E.  Lewis, A.E. Davidson, C.L. Agg, M.  Goodhue, E.C. Smith, J.  Cowan & C.  McCleary

    N.Z. Nurse  – N.D. Redstone

    With the following on passage home:

    S.  Staffordshire  – Lt.-Col.  H.C. Savage

    KOSB  – 2/Lt.  G.  Barron

    1/R.  Irish Rifles  – Maj.  F.J. Tobin, Capt.  P.G.W. Eckford

    Queenstown Rifle Vols.  – Lts.  H.  Fisher-Rowe & A.F. Anderson

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Surg.  Capt.  J.B. Stanley

    Canadian Arty.  – Capt.  H.J. Mackie

    W.  India   – Lt.  N.M. Gepp

    Manchester   – Lt.  J.H.L. Sims

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – T.R. Runciman

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  W.  Clifford

    3/Manchester  – Capt.  R.B. Hopkins

    2/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  A.F. Lumsden

    RE  – Capt.  A.H. Dumaresq

    Canadian Dragoons  – Lts.  J.H. Elmsley & C.  T.  Van Strabnenzee

    I.Y.  – Capt.  G.W. Graves

    Imp.  L. Horse  – Col.  A.G. Pawle

    ASC  – Capt.  C.F. Moores

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  F.C. Pineo

    Asst.  Engineer  – Barker

    Due at Southampton Jan.  28

 

    39 men (OR’s) of the RAMC will embark in the Avoca for South Africa .

 

    The Norman arrived at Southampton last evening.  The following were listed:

    British Commissioner for Basutoland Sir Godfrey Lagdon   

    Col.  Hanbury Williams

 

       

London Times 14/01/01 (Monday)

p8b    The Angola arrived at Queenstown with 430 remounts from London.  She embarked 230 more and sailed for South Africa at 4 30 p.m. yesterday.

    The Algeria will sail for South Africa from Albert Docks to-morrow with 20 officers and 240 men with 300 horses all for 3/DG

    The Norfolk, at Albert Docks , has taken on 300 horses for South Africa .  Sailing date not mentioned.

 

Note Here  – A 2 column article on the Mafeking Siege Stamps with amounts of messages despatched and number of stamps printed.

 

London Times 15/01/01 (Tuesday)

p8b    The hospital ship Avoca sailed from Southampton for South Africa yesterday afternoon.

 

London Times 16/01/01 (Wednesday)

p8a    The Algeria left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon ,on the 4 o’clock tide, with 17 officers, 241 men and 228 horses for South Africa .  Listed were:

    1/Dragoon Guards  –  Capt.  Quicke, Capt.  Williams, Lt.  Gray, 2/Lts.  Harris , Longworth & Adams & 142 men and 160 horses

    3/Dragoon Guards  – Capt. Annesley   2/Lt.  Hankey, 70 men and 68 horses

    AOC  – 27 men

    RAMC  – 3 men

    2/R.  Warwickshire  – Lt.  Leigh

    Northumberland Fus.  – 1 man.

    KOSB  – Capt.  Fraser

    Civil Vet Surg.  – Mr.  Runciman

    Civil Surgs.  – Messrs.  Black, Baker, Murrogh, Symington, Bishop, and Gray

 

p8d    The Scot left for England on January 9 with the following:

    RA  – Capt.  T.B. Wood (for England)

    I.Y.  – Lt.  J.A. Crocker (for Madeira)

    1/S.  Staffordshire  – 2/Lt.  W.Y. Miller (for England)

    2/R.  Irish Rifles  – Maj.  A.  Festing (for Forcados)

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    16/01/01

p11    The Langton Grange from New Orleans has arrived at Cape Town,  Monday with 833 horses and will unload at Port Elizabeth.

 

p24    Dateline London, Jan. 13.    The Norfolk and the Angola with 960 remounts sailed Saturday for South Africa . The Algeria will sail on Tuesday afternoon for South Africa with 260 Dragoons.

       

London Times 17/01/01 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 18/01/01 ((Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 19/01/01 (Saturday) Nothing Noted.  Seems things are slowing.

 

London Times 21/01/01 (Monday)

p5e    Dateline Cape Town , January 20.    The Lake Erie, with 400 men of Lord Strathcona’s Corps on board, sailed to-day for Canada.

 

    Dateline Adelaide, Jan.  20.      The South Australian Government has engaged the Ormizan to convey its 5th contingent to the Cape.  Due to leave within a fortnight.

 

p11b    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton on Saturday evening with Gens.  Talbot-Coke, Douglas and Broadwood.

 

London Times 22/01/01 (Tuesday)

p11a    The Victoria sailed from Queenstown at 4 30 pm yesterday for the Cape with the following listed:

    3/DG  – a small detachment already on board  – plus

    3/DG  –   18 officers, 1 warrant officer and 498 men.  Maj.  Sir A.F. Lushington in command.

    Connaught Rangers  – 1 officer

    RAMC  – 1 officer, 6 civil surgeons

    Army Victualling Dept.  – 1 officer

 

    The Manhattan collided with the Canada at Southampton on Saturday.  The Manhattan embarked at Albert Docks yesterday morning a detachment of the 7/DG consisting of 10 officers, 125 men and 420 horses.  She will call at Queenstown to embark 54 officers and men and 100 horses.  She will also call at Gibralter to embark an additional 300 men

 

    Dateline Alexandria, Jan 21.  The Menes has sailed for Gibralter with 300 men to be transshipped to another vessel (The Manhattan ?)

 

       

London Times 23/01/01 (Wednesday) Queen Victoria has died.  (22/01/01). So ends an era.

    Nothing else noted.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    23/01/01

p1    Dateline Pretoria, Jan. 17.    Here a notice prohibiting wearing of khaki and other Brit. uniform.

 

p8    Dateline Durban, Jan. 17.    The St. Anderw left here today for Cape Town and England with 25 officers, 462 invalids and 400 details.

 

p11    The Lake Erie sailed for England and Canada with 400 men of Strathcona’s Horse.  Two Boer P.O.W. escaped from the transport Mongolia on Saturday. Looking for them in the vicinity of Kalk Bay.

 

p25    Dateline Durban, Jan. 21.    150 undesirables sailed today in the Briton for Algoa Bay where they will transfer to the Moor and sail for Europe.  The Manilla sails Wednesday with 18 invalid officers, 400 men and 14 persons "suffering from insanity”.

 

London Times 24/01/01 (Thursday)

p9f    The Tantallon Castle left for England January 17 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Gen.  Sir F.  Carrington

    S.  Wales Borderers  – Capt.  W.E. Lawrence

    RA  – Lt.-Col.  E.S. May

    S.  Lancashire  – Capt.  E.T. James

    Indian Staff  – Capt.  E.  Peach

    I.Y.  – Capt.  G.R. Crosfield, Lt.  G.  Ayres

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.  Cottrell Dormer

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  E.A. Houseman, W.H. Pegg, H.A. Ballance

    5/R.  Munster Fus.  – Capt.  W.E.G. Plummer (for Forcados)

London Times 25/01/01 (Friday)

p4e    The Salamis left for England January 21 with the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  W.A. Scott, W.P. Park, A.  Taylor

 

    The St.  Andrew left for England January 22 with the following invalids:

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  E.E. West

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  C.  Baron

    Royal Scots  – Capt.  C.  Daniel

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt.  T.C. Fryer

    Sick laying down, 29; convalescent, 651

    Wounded laying down, 14; convalescent 67

    For duty on voyage:

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  R.M.W. Wilson, W.F. Macfarlane

    Army Nurses  – M.G. Halkett, M.  Paterson, E.  Pilcher

    With the following on passage home:

    Rifle Brigade  – Capt.  G.M.A. Ellis

    3/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  G.F.E. Cotton

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  W.L. Cockburn

    W.  India Regt.  – 2/Lt.  W.F. Gilchrist

    3/R.  Munster Fus.  – Lt.  A.W.J.F. Abbott

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.  Blackwood

    Due at Southampton Feb.  19.

 

       

London Times 26/01/01 (Saturday)

p13d & e     The Lake Erie left for England , Jan.  20, having on board the following en route for Canada:

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.-Col.  S.B. Steele;  Majs.  D.M. Howards, G.W. Cameron, R.  Belcher, A.M. Jarvis; Capts.  R.M. Courtney, J.J. MacDonald, E.F. Mackie, C.B. Keenan, F.L. Cartwright; Lts.  A.E. Christie, A.W. Strange, J.E. Leckie, M.  White-Fraser, G.H. Kirkpatrick, W.  Parker, F.  Harper, H.S. Tobin, G.E. Laidlaw, J.E. Snider, E.J. Steele; Vet.  Lt.  G.T. Stevenson and 379 men.

    R.  Canadian Staff  – Lt.-Col.  J.L. Biggar

    Canadian Defence Dept.  – Lt.  J.A. Simpson

    Canadian Inf.  – Capts.  J.H.C. Ogilvy, A.J. Boyd, Lt.  F.E. Leach and 15 men

    With the following on passage home:

    Durham L.I.  – Lt.-Col.  W.C. Ross

    Staff  – Capt.  J.A. Leedman

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  Sir.  G.  Arthur

    A.D.C. to Gen.  Carrington  –   Lt.  A.C. Peach

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  S.  Woodhouse

    Chaplains Revs.  E.M. Molesworth, B.  O’Riley

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  R.  Portious

    I.Y. Hospital  – Nurses M.D. Stephenson, S.  Cooper, A.E. Cable

 

    The Scot arrived at Southampton yesterday.

 

London Times 28/01/01 (Monday)

p6d    The Dunottar Castle left for England on Jan.  23, with the following on passage home:

    4/S.  Staffordshire  – Col.  F.  Charrington

    2/CG  – Capt.  J.  McC.  Steele

 

London Times 29/01/01 (Tuesday)

p11f    The hospital ship Dunera sailed from Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa taking 24 officers, 2 civil surgeons, 6 chaplains, 9 nursing sisters and 88 details.  Lt.-Col.  Smith, Hampshire Regt., in charge.

    The hospital ship Nubia, from Durban and ct, arrived at Southampton yesterday morning, bringing 19 officers, 5 ladies and 313 men.

    The Aurania arrived at Southampton , bringing 41 officers, 20 ladies, & 967 men and a number of time expired men for a total of 1,164.

    The transport Catalonia arrived at Colombo Jan.  9, bringing 630 Boer prisoners.  One named, Commandant Boshof.  Two deaths at sea from pneumonia.  Also reported a few cases of measles.

 

London Times 30/01/01 (Wednesday)

p3d    Dateline Wellington, Jan.  26.    The 6th New Zealand contingent (580 men) has sailed for South Africa via Auckland.  (no ship mentioned)

 

p4a    Dateline Gibralter, Jan.  29.    The Menes has arrived from Alexandris with 300 M.I..  They will be transhipped to the Manhattan, which will sail to-day for the Cape.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    30/01/01 Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/01/01 (Thursday)

p6d    The Idaho left for England , January 26 with the following invalids:

    17/Lancers  – Maj.  C.J. Anstruther

    2/Lincolnshire  – Lt.  C.J. Rennie

    I.Y. Scouts  – Capt.  F.  Campbell

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  St.  J.  E.  Montague

    I.Y.  – Lt.  J.H. Roberts

    With the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  R.B. Colvin, Capt.  Viscount Maitland, Lts.  R.W. Purvis, R.  Wynne

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Civil Vet Surgs.  F.  Lindsay, J.R. Farran, C.D. Robinson

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  C.B. Pasley, G.  Park, G.  Paxton, A.  Spong, J.T. Leon & Dresser A.  Hawkins

    Due St.  Vincent Feb.  9, Albert Docks Feb.  17.

 

    The Manilla left for England , January 27 with the following invalids:

    6/DG  – Lt.-Col.  A.  Sprot

    2/W.  Surrey  – Capt.  O’B.  Z.  Darrah

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  E.V. Raynes

    R.  Lancaster  – Lt.  H.W. Compton (attached)

    I.Y.  – Lt.  B.F. Greenwell

    R.E.  – Maj.  F.M. Glubb

    2/Manchester  – Capt.  A.G. Sharp

    1/Rifle Brig.  – 2/Lt.  M.B. White

    RAMC  – Lts.  W.M. Power, E.B. Knox

    Army Nursing Sisters  – C.G. Hanbury

    For duty on voyage:

    RAMC  – Capt.  N.  Faichnie, Civil Surgs.  A.  Young, S.H. White

    Nursing Sisters P.  Clapham, A.  Couper, G.  Milne-Miller

    Due Las Palmas, Feb.  15, Southampton Feb.  23.

 

    A severe measles outbreak among POW at St.  Helena.

 

       

London Times 01/02/01 (Friday) Nothing noted.

 

London Times 02/02/01 (Saturday)

p5f    The Orotava left for England , January 29 with the following invalids:

    J Batty.  RHA  – Maj.  P.H. Enthoven

    17/Lancers  – Lt.  the Hon.  W.R. Wyndham

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  J.A.C. Somerville

    2/R.  Warwickshire  – 2/Lt.  R.H. Higgins

    2/E.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  C.H.p. O’Hagan

    Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  F.R. Gregson (attached)

    S.  Rhodesian Vol.  – Lt.  J.  Sampson

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.U.R. Gardiner

    With the following on passage home:

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  M.H. White-Fraser

    2/Leicestershire  – 2/Lt.  A.W.S. Brock

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  H.W. Dudgeon

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.F. Vulliamy, F.G. Woodroffe

    Due Las Palmas , Feb.  11 and Southampton , Feb.  16

 

London Times 04/02/01 (Monday) Nothing noted

 

London Times 05/02/01 (Tuesday) Nothing noted

 

London Times 06/02/01 (Wednesday)

p3c    Dateline St.  Helena, Feb.  5.        649 Boer prisoners arrived here Sunday on board the Mongolian.  The Canadian also disembarked 210 troops.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    06/02/01

p7    Dateline Durban Jan 31. The Mohawk sails today with 200 invalids. The City of Vienna sails 08 Feb. with 600 invalids.

    Dateline Bulawayo, Feb. 4.    "One of the troopers concerned in the recent Grand Hotel riot died from remorse in fear of the trial which starts tomorrow.

 

London Times 07/02/01 (Thursday)

p11a & b    The Roslin Castle left Southampton yesterday afternoon with 70 officers and 845 men for South Africa .  Among the number were some for St.  Helena.

    The Honorius embarked a number of details and 350 horses at Albert Docks yesterday morning.  She sailed in the afternoon for Queenstown to embark more horses for South Africa .

    The Briton left for England Jan.  30 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen.  Sir.  A.  Hunter, Majs.  A.F. King, J.F. Bagot

    I.Y.  – Capt.  W.F. Roben, Lts.  Sir W.  Miller, W.R.K. Mainwaring, W.H. Bishop

 

       

London Times 08/02/01 (Friday)

p5b & c    Dateline Sydney, Feb.  7.    The Gen.  of Communications at Cape Town has telegraphed that the troopships Ranee, Antillian, British Princess, and the Custodian have left Cape Town for Sydney and are due to arrive between Feb.  25 & March 5.  The Maplemore has also left Cape Town for Sydney.  About 1,000 men with horses are expected to be despatched to South Africa from here in earley March.

 

p11a & b    The Scot, Arundel Castle, Tantallon Castle and Dunolly Castle have been requisitioned by the Government to convey the first detachment of the newly-enrolled I.Y. from Southampton to Cape Town.  The Scot is due to sail the 9th, the Arundel Castle on Monday and the Tantallon Castle and Dunolly Castle will leave on the 16th.

    The Lake Erie was at Las Palmas on the 6th and is due Albert Docks on Wednesday, the 13th.  On Fridat the 22nd, Strathcona’s Horse leaves Liverpool for Halifax, N.S. in the Numidian.

 

London Times 09/02/01 (Saturday)

p13d    The Mohawk left for England February 5 with the following invalids:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen.  J.E. Boyes

    I.Y.  – Capts.  G.E. Prideaux-Brune, G.  Clark

    ASC  – Capt.  C.D. Christopher

    1/Hampshire  – Lt.  A.T. Beckwith

    Army Pay Dept.  – Maj.  F.G. Hamley

    RAMC  – Maj.  F.J. O’Donnell

    7/Hussars  – Capt.  C.B. Fritz-Henry

    Worcester  – Lt.  W.A. Bowen

    Sick laying down, 7: convalescent, 363

    Wounded laying down, 2; convalescent, 26

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  H.C. Clark, S.B. Hulke

    Nursing Sisters L.G. Castle, M.H. Griffiths

    Chaplain Rev, Bell

    Due Las Palmas Feb.  12, Southampton Feb.  27.

    The Norham Castle left for England Feb.  6 with the following on passage home:

    6/Bengal Inf.  – Capt.  F.de B.  Young

    I.Y.  – Sapt.  Sir S.  Scott

    Civil Surg.  S.B. Scott

 

    The Idaho arrived at St.  Vincent on Thursday with 784 time expired and left for England yesterday

 

       

London Times 11/02/01 (Monday)

 

London Times 12/02/01 (Tuesday)

p7a    The Arundel Castle sailed from Southampton yesterday for South Africa .  The following were listed:   

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Biggs, Irving, 2/Lts.  Bridges, Moncrieffe and 245 men.

 

    The hospital ship Nubia left Southampton yesterday afternoon with a full complement of nurses and a number of details.  Maj.  Mallins, in command.

 

London Times 13/02/01 (Wednesday) No Shipping Noted

p2f    Note: Here starts a listing of M.I.D.’s (MID) for the war up to the dated time.

p3a    Note: Div.  Staff.  Maj.  Vandeleur (MID)

p4b    Note: 1/DG Lt.-Col.  Burn-Murdoch (MID)

p4e    Note: Medical Officer’s M.I.D.’s    (MID)

p7d    Note Lt.  F.D. Farquhar, CG listed here

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    13/02/01

p4    Figures for recruiting in the Cape. Railway Pioneers, Cycle Corps, Mine Guard, Imperial L.I., Brabant, Kaffrarian, Queen’s Town, Marshall’s, Border, Eastern, P.o.W.L.H., C.I.C. Bodyguard, Johannesburg, Scottish, S.A.L.H., Kitchener’s.

    Mr. Kipling donates a Maxim.

 

p8    Dateline Bulawayo, Feb. 9.    "Six of the B.S.A. troopers accused of having participated in a riot at the Grand Hotel have been acquitted. The trial of the remaining five is proceeding”

 

 

London Times 14/02/01 (Thursday)

p3a    Note: Continuation and Completion of the M.I.D. ‘s (MID)

 

p10c     The Bavarian left for England January 8 ( ?  Typo, I suspect.  Feb.  8) with the following invalids:

    9/Lancers  – Lord F.  Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood

    RFA  – 2/Lt.  H.W.T. Elam

    Cape GA  – Lt.  E.C. Gates

    3/E.  Kent  – Maj.  A.H. Tylden-Patterson

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.S. Peebles

    1/W.  Riding  – Capt.  N.B. Bainbridge, Lt.  E.N. Townsend

    4/Derby  – Lt.-Col.  N.L. Pearse

    3/Durham L.I.  – Lt.  J.S. Barwick

    I.Y.  – Col.  H.W. Feilden

    16/Lancers  – Lt.  A.W. MacArthur-Onslow, 2/Lt.  H.  Gilmour

    6/ E.D.  RGA  – 2/Lt.  W.V.I. Mathews

    RE  – Lt.  L.A. Sherrard

    4/Lancaster  – Capt.  A.W.H. Saunders-Knox-Gore

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  F.M.J.D. Rhodes

    3/Border  – Capt.  R.W.H. Woodburne

    2/Wiltshire  – Lt.  M.C. Richards

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  H.W. Calverley

    Nursing Sisters E.S. Soley, E.  Holland

    Sick laying down, 38; convalescent, 241

    Wounded laying down, 21; convalescent, 16

    For Duty on Voyage:

    RAMC  – Lt.  B.  Pares

    Chaplain Rev.  E.A. Irwin

    Army Nurses – Sisters M.  Taylor, M.  Beale, M.F. Lightfoot

    With the following on passage home: 

    Lumsden’s Horse  – Lt.  C.E. Crane

    3/Worcester  – Sec.  (?  Lt. )  C.C.W. Maude

    3/ R.  Irish Fus.  – Lt. & Qm.  G.H. Osborne

    2/Norfolk  – Lt.-Col.  L.H. Phillips

    ASC  – Capt.  E.  Studdert

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt.  Hon.  M.  Hill-Trevor

    2/Leinster  – Maj.  W.  Seton

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  S.H. Sharpe, C.L. Dunn, A.N. Walker, F.E. Taylor, S.E. Denyer, R.M. Cowie, J.  Anderson, H.J. Baldwin, F.M. Alfred, W.  Wright, H.N. Good, R.W.E. Roe, W. Mayo

    Due at St.  Vincent Feb.  25 and Southampton Mar.  7.

 

    The Lake Erie arrived of Gravesend early yesterday morning and was docked at Albert Docks this morning.  The following were listed:   

    Lt.-Col.  S.B. Steele, in command;  Majs.  D.M. Howards, G.W. Cameron, R.  Belcher, A.M. Jarvis; Capts.  R.M. Courtney, J.J. MacDonald, E.F. Mackie, C.B. Keehan, M.D., F.L. Cartwright; Lts.  A.E. Christie, A.W. Strange, J.E. Leckie, M.H.  White-Fraser, G.H. Kirkpatrick, W.  Parker, F.  Harper, H.S. Tobin, G.E. Laidlaw, J.R. Snider, E.J. Steele; Vet.  Lt.  G.T. Stevenson and 343 men.

 

    The Aurania will embark, at Southampton , 14 officers and 312 men of the RE for the Cape.

    The Donolly Castle will embark, at Southampton , Saturday, 5 officers and 530 men of the I.Y. for South Africa .

    6 officers and 350 men of the I.Y. will embark in the Tantallon Castle for the Cape.

 

           

London Times 15/02/01 (Friday)

p11a    The Algeria with detachments of 1/DG & 3/DG arrived at Cape Town on Feb.  12

 

London Times 16/02/01 (Saturday)

p7d    Dateline Melbourne, Feb.  15.  The 5th Victorian contingent consisting of 1,000 mounted men, with 250 Volunteers for Tullibardine’s Horse, sailed for Cape Town to-day.  (Nos ship mentioned).

 

p14d     The Canada left for England February 12 with the following invalids:

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – 2/Lt.  B.  Evans

    1/N.  Staffordshire  – 2/Lt.  L.G. Williams

    2/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.  W.C. Curgenven, 2/Lt.  P.A. Grogan

    Vet.  Dept.  – Capt.  E.W. Landner

    Sick laying down, 30; convalescent, 262

    Wounded laying down, 9; convalescent, 8

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgeon P.E. Adams

    Rev.  W.H. Jaffray

    Nursing Sisters H.  Steel, M.  Herbert

    With the following on passage home:

    4/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  H.J. Grisewood

    Imp.  Light Horse  – Lt.  E.A. Hallingham

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – S.  Stockman, W.W. Brownlass, J.M. Lund, T.  Rennie, A.  Leach

    Due at Madeira Feb.  24 and Southampton Feb.  28

 

    The Kildonan Castle left for England February 13 with the following invalids:

    RFA  – Maj.  G.W. Biddulph

    3/Norfolk  – Maj.  H.H.F. Eden

    2/E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  P.M. Whale

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  E.A.B. Clive

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  H.W.M. Bonham

    RA Staff  – 2/Lt.  C.L. Hickling

    3/E.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  H.S.L. Hemming

    1/KRRC  – Maj.  H.F. Pakenham

    RAMC  – Maj.  L.  Haywood, Civil Surgs.  A.B. Dunne, V.W. Low

    Canadian Dragoons  – Lt.  R.E.W. Turner

    Sick laying down, 21; convalescent, 170

    Wounded laying down, 2; convalescent 7

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  W.T. Milton, A.C. Turner, H.S. Thomas,

    Nursing Sisters M.J. De Montmorency, G.W. Wood, F.C.H. Colbourne, J.N. Wilson

    Hospital Dressers A.D.V. Blathwayt, A.C. Ransford

    With the following on passage home:

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  R.  Tremaine

    I.Y.  – Lt.  G.  Benson

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Lt.  G.P.L. Pemberton

    Due Las Palmas Feb.  27 and Southampton Mar.  4

 

    The Carisbrooke Castle left for England Feb.  13, with the following on passage home:

    I.Y. Col.  Le Roy Lewis, Capt.  Wells

    Due Southampton Mar.  1.

 

       

London Times 18/02/01 (Monday)

p10a , b & c    Maj.-Gen.  Sir A.  Hunter was among the passengers in the Briton, which arrived at Southampton Saturday morning.

    The Columbian left Albert Docks Saturday with the following listed:

    2 Cos.  M.I. total of 260 men

    1/King’s Own  – Capt.  Marker

    Highland L.I.  – Capt.  Armstrong

    The Columbian will call at Queenstown for a further 200 mounted men.

 

    The Dunolly Castle sailed from Southampton Saturday with the followning listed:

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Thomas, Griffiths, Dugdale, Hare, Judkins and 530 men.

 

    The Tantallon Castle sailed from Southampton Saturday with the following:

    CG  – Lt.-Col.  Sir H.S. Rawlinson, in charge.

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Travers, Bowley, Dyer, Lts.  Henshaw, Blair, Innes & 350 men.

 

    The Orotava arrived at Southampton Saturday with the following invalids:

    J Batty.  RHA  – Maj.  P.H. Enthoven

    17/Lancers  – Lt.  the Hon.  W.R. Wyndham

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  J.A.C. Somerville

    2/R.  Warwickshire  – 2/Lt.  R.H. Higgins

    2/E.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  C.H.P. O’Hagan

    Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  F.R. Gregson (attached)

    S.  Rhodesian Vol.  – Lt.  J.  Sampson

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.U.R. Gardiner

    With the following on passage home:

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  M.H. White-Fraser ( Note: He is listed as having arrived with the Canadian contingent in the Lake Erie. ??)

    2/Leicestershire  – 2/Lt.  A.W.S. Brock

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  H.W. Dudgeon

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.F. Vulliamy, F.G. Woodroffe

    Due Las Palmas , Feb.  11 and Southampton , Feb.  16

 

    The Idaho arrived at Gravesend on Saturday and anchored, having lost the tide.  She had on board about 900 troops and the following listed invalids:

    17/Lancers  – Maj.  C.J. Anstruther

    2/Lincolnshire  – Lt.  C.J. Rennie

    I.Y. Scouts  – Capt.  F.  Campbell

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  St.  J.  E.  Montague

    I.Y.  – Lt.  J.H. Roberts

    With the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  R.B. Colvin, Capt.  Viscount Maitland, Lts.  R.W. Purvis, R.  Wynne

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Civil Vet Surgs.  F.  Lindsay, J.R. Farran, C.D. Robinson

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  C.B. Pasley, G.  Park, G.  Paxton, A.  Spong, J.T. Leon & Dresser A.  Hawkins

 

    The St.  Andrew arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with over 1,000 invalids and time-expired men.  Listed were:

    Rifle Brigade  – Capt.  Ellis, in charge

    I.Y.  – Col.  Barton, & Corporal Dodd

 

    The Kelvingrove will to-day embark     at Albert Docks details of 3/Bedfordshire Regt, R.A., & etc, with 200 remounts.

 

   

London Times 19/02/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 20/02/01 (Wednesday)   

p11b    The Colombian left Queenstown at 3:50 yesterday afternoon.  She was late getting away due to late arrival of stores and ammunition.  She embarked 5 officers and 136 men of the 4/King’s Royal Rifles and 1 officer and 60 men of the 8/Hussars and 5 civil surgeons and 150 remounts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    20/02/01

p22    The Dunvegan Castle arrived in Cape Town with the following military passengers:

Lt.-Col. Aspinall, Capt. J. Corballes, Maj. Phillips, C.M.G..

 

    The Kinfauns Castle, sailing for home today, with the following military passengers:

General Gordon, Col. the Hon. H.C. Duncombe, Capt. Burnett Hitchcock, Col. Trotter, Capt. Fielden, Maj. Seckham.

 

p24    Dateline London, Feb. 19, 1901.    100 troopers of Strathcona’s Horse stated they intend to return to South Africa and join the Constabulary after a vacation in Canada.

 

    Dateline London, Feb. 16, 1901.  The fth Victorian Contingent numbering 1,000 men with 250 volunteers for the Marquis of Tullibardine’s Scottish Horse, have sailed for South Africa .

 

London Times 21/02/01 (Thursday)   

p6a & b    The Lusitania left Liverpool for Halifax with a small amount of returning Canadian troops.

    The new steamer Tongariro (7,661 Tons) has been requisitioned by the Government to take I.Y to the Cape.  Due to leave London on the 26th.

    The Kelvin Grove left Southampton yesterday afternoon  for South Africa      with 207 remounts.

    The Manchester Merchant from Table Bay , yesterday, passed Gravesend fot Albert Docks .  The Tagus from Table Bay,  arrived at Southampton yesterday.  The Beacon Grange, for Table Bay via Fiume, left Newport Monday.

 

London Times 22/02/01 (Friday)

p10a    The Simla left for England Feb.  18 with the following invalids:

    RAMC  – Capt.  F.S. Brereton

    3/DG  – 2/Lt.  H.R. Dyer

    2/Worcester  – Capt.  J.P.S. Maitland

    1/Highland L.I.  – Maj.  Hon.  H.J. Anson

    RFA  – Lt.  H.E.S. Wynne

    2/Scots Guards  – Lt.  Hon.  E.C. Gordon-Lennox

    9/KRRC  – Lt.  W.P. Hunt

    1/Border Regt.  – Lt.  E.H.H. Lees

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  J.H. Hodgson

    4/Bedford  – Capt.  H.C. Franks

    18/Hussars  – Lt.  C.J. Thackwell

    1/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  A.  Davidson

    Army Vet Dept.  – Capt.  R.W. Raymond

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.  J.W. Sandilands

    I.Y.  – Maj.  E.D. Cooper

    Sick laying down, 27; convalescent 171

    Wounded laying down, 9; convalescent, 52

    With the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Maj.  Hon.  H.V. Duncombe

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  M.W. Renton

 

    To-day a detachment of 660 men will embark in the Gaul.  The following were listed:     I.Y.  – Capts.  Clarke, Stallard, Hulse, Morling, Coleman, and Cadiz; Lts.  Furley, Brouncker, Lorimer, Gale, Fernie, and Earle.

    Another detachment of 220 men and Capts.  Angus & Milbank and Lts.  Holme and Fuller will embark in the Dunottar Castle at Southampton to-morrow.

 

p10e     Note: Maj.  Monck, CG appointed Brigade Maj.

 

           

London Times 23/02/01 (Saturday)

p12a & b    A detachment of 12 officers and 660 men of the I.Y. embarked yesterday, at Southampton ,  in the Gaul for South Africa .  The Gaul sailed at 10 p.m.

    A detachment of 6 officers and 660 men of the I.Y. and 3 men of the RAMC are due to embark in the Orotava, Monday, at Southampton for South Africa .

 

    The Manilla arrived at Plymouth yesterday with the following invalids:

    6/DG  – Lt.-Col.  A.  Sprot

    2/W.  Surrey  – Capt.  O’B.  Z.  Darrah

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  E.V. Raynes

    R.  Lancaster  – Lt.  H.W. Compton (attached)

    I.Y.  – Lt.  B.E. Greenwell

    R.E.  – Maj.  F.M. Glubb

    2/Manchester  – Capt.  A.G. Sharp

    1/Rifle Brig.  – 2/Lt.  M.B. White

    RAMC  – Lts.  W.M. Power, E.B. Knox

    Army Nursing Sisters  – C.G. Hanbury

    For duty on voyage:

    RAMC  – Capt.  N.  Faichnie, Civil Surgs.  A.  Young, S.H. White

    Nursing Sisters P.  Clapham, A.  Couper, G.  Milne-Miller

    406 men, invalids.

    The Manilla landed 3 officers and 114 men at Plymouth and then left for Southampton to land the remainder.

 

p14b    Note: Burn-Murdoch, 1Dns.  mentioned here (Gazette)

 

London Times 25/02/01 (Monday)

p6e & f    The Numidian sailed from Liverpool with a number of Lord Strathcona’s Horse bound for home.

    A draft of 220 I.Y. left Southampton in the Dunottar Castle for South Africa .

    The Lake Erie embarked 300 M.I. and 35 officers at Albert Docks Saturday.  She will call at Queenstown for further details.

    The Norham Castle arrived at Southampton late last night .  Among the passengers were listed Col.  Bodle and Capt.  Raeburn

 

       

London Times 26/02/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 27/02/01 (Wednesday)

p10b    The Kinfauns Castle left for England , Feb.  21 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Col.  J.K. Trotter & Lt.-Col.  J.R.P. Gordon

 

    The War Office has made to following arrangements for the despatch of 10,000 officers and men and 1,260 horses to South Africa between the present and the middle of March:

    The Idaho from Albert Docks to-morrow and Queenstown on Sunday with 814 officers and men for the 8th, 13th, 14th Hussars and the 16th & 17th  Lancers and 240 horses

    The Tagus from Southampton on Friday with 47 officers and 1,149 men of the I.Y. and R. Warwickshire M.I.

    The Norham Castle from Southampton, for Durban,  on Saturday with 337 officers and men for the I.Y.

    The Formosa from Malta on Saturday with 902 men of the 3/N.  Lancashire Regt.

    The Manchester Merchant from Albert Docks on March 5 and Queenstown on March 8, with 389 of the 46th Co.  R.E. and drafts for the 18th and 19th Hussars, and 370 horses.

 

    The following dates have been approximately fixed for the embarcation of the remainder:

    The Manila, Mar.  5, from Southampton with 702 officers and men

    The Canada, Mar.  8, from Southampton with 61 officers and 1,593 men for the I.Y. and the South African Constabulary.

    The Mohawk, Mar.  10, for Durban, from Southampton with 799 I.Y.

    The Englishman, Mar.  10, from Albert Docks and Queenstown, Mar.  13, with 458 men and 300 horses.

    The Kildonan Castle, Mar.  14, from Southampton & Queenstown, Mar.  16, with 2,330 men.

    The St.  Andrew, Mar.  14, from Albert Docks and Queenstown, Mar 17, with 494 drafts and 350 horses.

 

    The Tongariro left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon at 5 o’clock on her maiden voyage. She carried 22 officers and 1,000 men for the South Africa Police.

 

    The Lake Erie left Queenstown at 1 o’clock yesterday afternoon after embarking 75 horses and 4 officers.

 

p12a    Note: Maj.  C.S.O. Monck, CG (Gazette) to be Brig.  Maj.  from D.A.A.G.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    27/02/01

p25    The Scot arrived yesterday with the following military passengers:

Gen. R.G. Broadwood, Maj. Edwards, Capt. Chichester, Capt. Clifton, Capt. Bowker and a detachment of 198 men and 4 officers.

 

p32    The Saxon sails for home this afternoon with the following military passengers:

Capt. Hitchins,

 

    The Scot again here. Add Lt. Palk, Capt. Howie (for Algoa Bay)

 

London Times 28/02/01 (Thursday)

p6b    The Mohawk arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with 12 officers and upwards of 400 invalids.  The following, only,  were listed:   

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen.  J.E. Boyes

    I.Y.  – Capts.  G.E. Prideaux-Brune

    ASC  – Capt.  C.D. Christopher

    Army Pay Dept.  – Maj.  F.G. Hawley

    RAMC  – Maj.  F.J. O’Donnell

    7/Hussars  – Capt.  C.B. Fritz-Henry

    Worcester  – Lt.  W.A. Bowen

London Times 01/03/01 (Friday)

p11a    The Idaho left Albert Docks last night for the Cape with 16 officers and 314 men of the 13/Hussars and 236 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown to embark 8 officers and 522 men.

 

       

London Times 02/03/01 (Saturday)

p12b    The Tagus sailed from Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following listed:

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Phelps, Eavans, Royle, Bradley, Grigg, Webster, Hamilton, Crawley, Stone, Lts.  George, Calder, Hodgson, Apperley, Woodhouse, Bloomfield, Paley, Fowler, and Swayne and 990 men.

    She takes out a total of 44 officers and 1,153 men.

 

    The Canada has established a record in that she left England on Jan.  26, with troops and has returned with invalids and troops in just 33 days.  The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – 2/Lt.  B.  Evans

    1/N.  Staffordshire  – 2/Lt.  L.G. Williams

    2/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.  W.C. Curgenven, 2/Lt.  P.A. Grogan

    Vet.  Dept.  – Capt.  E.W. Landner

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgeon P.E. Adams

    Rev.  W.H. Jaffray

    Nursing Sisters H.  Steel, M.  Herbert

    With the following on passage home:

    4/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  H.J. Grisewood

    Imp.  Light Horse  – Lt.  E.A. Hallingham

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – S.  Stockman, W.W. Brownlass, J.M. Lund, T.  Rennie, A.  Leach

    593 troops

 

London Times 04/03/01 (Monday)

p10b & c    The Norham Castle sailed Saturday evening with the following:

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Stutfield, Cunningham, Lts.  Banks, Bethell and 220 men.

    Total was 7 officers and 330 men.

 

    The Formosa has left Malta for Gibralter and the Cape with the 1/Loyal North Lancashire Regt.

    The Idaho arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning.  She embarks at Queenstown the following:

    8/Hussars  – 2 officers and 200 men

    14/Hussars  – 2 officers and 156 men

    16/Lancers  – 1 officer and 100 men

    17/Lancers  – 1 officer and 76 men

    Details and 6 officers.

 

    The Montrose arrived in the Mersey yesterday with a number of undesireables.

London Times 05/03/01 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Kildonan Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday soon after noon with the following listed:

    RFA  – Maj.  G.W. Biddulph

    3/Norfolk  – Maj.  H.H.F. Eden

    2/E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  P.M. Whale

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  E.A.B. Clive

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  H.W.M. Bonham

    RA Staff  – 2/Lt.  C.L. Hickling

    3/E.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  H.S.L. Hemming

    1/KRRC  – Maj.  H.F. Pakenham

    RAMC  – Maj.  L.  Haywood, Civil Surgs.  A.B. Dunne, V.W. Low

    Canadian Dragoons  – Lt.  R.E.W. Turner

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  W.T. Milton, A.C. Turner, H.S. Thomas,

    Nursing Sisters M.J. De Montmorency, G.W. Wood, F.C.H. Colbourne, J.N. Wilson

    Hospital Dressers A.D.V. Blathwayt, A.C. Ransford

    With the following on passage home:

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  R.  Tremaine

    I.Y.  – Lt.  G.  Benson

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Lt.  G.P.L. Pemberton   

 

    The order for the companies to embark in the Manila at Southampton next Friday is suspended.  (no explanation given, possible scarlet fever outbreak at Aldershot - from London Times 06/03/01, p10b)

 

           

London Times 06/03/01 (Wednesday)

p5e    Dateline Sydney, March 5.   The transport Ranee arrived here to-day.

 

p10b    The Saxon left for England , Feb.  28, with the following on passage home:

    Civil Surgs.  Conacher & Menzies

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – Maj.  H.  Wright

 

    The Manhattan left for England , March 2, with the following invalids:

    RHA  – Lt.  H.L. Nevill

    Queenstown Rifle Vols.  – Lt.  W.  Lamona

    44/RFA  – 2/Lt.  B.B. Crozier

    AOD  – Maj.  A.S. Baker

    With the following on passage home:

    1/Canadian M.R.  – Maj.  H.  Howe

    RAMC  – Capt.  C.E. Douglas, Lt.  J.C.G. Macnab, Civil Surgs.  J.C. Hibbert, T.W. Atkins, R.W. Collum, W.  Tarr, W.H. Rowell

    Rev.  F.H. Beaven

 

    The Harlech Castle left for England , March 2, with the following on passage home:

    Queensland M.I.  – Lt.-Col.  A.  Aytoun

    RA  – Capt.  R.H. Manley

    I.Y. Hospital  – Maj.  C.  Stonham & Civil Surg.  F.  Green

 

    A further draft of about 30 men of Strathcona’s Horse and the Canadian M.R. left Liverpool for Canada yesterday in the Lake Champlain.

    The Manchester Merchant left Woolwich (?)  yesterday afternoon with the following:

    46/RE  – 5 officers, 207 men

    18 & 19 Hussars  – 3 officers and 140 men

    Telegraph Bn., RE  – 35 men

    Other details  – 39 men

    Remounts  – 267

    Vehicles of the 46th Field Co.

    She will call at Queenstown for more remounts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    06/03/01

p24    Dateline London 27 Feb. 1901.    1,000 men for the South African Constabulary sailed from here yesterday.

   

    Dateline London, 01 Mar. 01.    the 3/Loyal North Lancashire, stationed at Malta, leave for South Africa tomorrow.    The Monmouth has left New Orleans with 1,200 mules for South Africa .

 

    Dateline 03 Mar. 01.    500 men will embark Wed. in the Maplemore.

 

    Dateline 05 Mar. 01. The Custodian will leave Sydney for South Africa with 600 men and 500 horses on Saturday.

 

p25    Col. Sir A. Rawlinson arrived in the Tantallon Castle.

 

p27    Military passengers arriving on the Tantallon Castle yesterday morning were:

Col. Sir A. Rawlinson, Major Dean (and Valet), Capt. C.B. Greenfield, Col. H.F. White, Lt. Innes, Lt. Henshaw, Capt. Bowley, Capt. Fielding, Capt. Travers, Lt. Blair, Capt. Dyer, Maj.-Gen. Wilson, & Capt. R. McCrum (for Durban).

    Military passengers leaving in the Norman today for home are:

Col. Burn (and Valet), Maj. Vandeleur, D.S.O., Capt. Carter, D.A.A.G.,

 

p33 Following in suppliment. Picture here with identification of some from Graaff-Reinet with Brabant’s Horse.  Named are: Nash, Maasdorp, Smith, E.  Thornton, Deacon, McCabe, White, Roberts, Viner, E.J. Thornton, Harris, Joseph.

 

London Times 07/03/01 (Thursday)

p5a    Dateline Brisbane, March 6.    The Templemore sailed for South Africa with the 5th Queensland contingent.

       

London Times 08/03/01 (Friday)

p10a & b    The War Office has issued the following particulars of the embarcation of troops for South Africa :

    The Manila, from Southampton , Mar.  8

        I.Y.  – 6 officers & 660 men

        Post Office Corps  – 40 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 6 officers & 8 men

 

    The Briton, from Southampton , Mar.  9

        I.Y.  – 14 officers & 770 men

        AOC  – 50 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 4 officers

 

    The Mongolian, from Liverpool, Mar.  10

        I.Y.  – 12 officers & 660 men

        Leicester Regt.  Draft  – 1 officer & 21 men

        Northampton Regt.  Draft  – 1 officer & 21 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 3 officers

 

    The Mohawk, from Albert Docks , Mar.  12

        I.Y.  – 12 officers & 660 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 14 officers

 

    The Montrose, from Liverpool, Mar.  12

        Royal Scots  – 2 officers & 113 men

        West Yorkshire  – 2 officers & 112 men

        KOSB  – 2 officers & 113 men

        West Riding  – 2 officers & 113 men

        Border Regt.  – 2 officers & 113 men

        South Staffordshire  – 2 officers & 113 men

        North Lancashire  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Manchester  – 3 officers & 113 men

        North Staffordshire  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Seaforth Highlanders  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Gordon Highlanders  – 3 officers & 113 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Detains  – 3 officers

 

    The Canada, from Southampton , Mar.  12

        I.Y.  – 4 officers & 440 men

        South African Constabulary  – 1 officer & 850 men

        RAMC  – 1 officer, 1 warrant officer & 63 men

        Details  – 103 officers, 3 warrant officers & 40 men

 

    The Englishman, from Albert Docks , Mar.  11 & Queenstown, Mar.  14

        1/DG  – 1 officer & 50 men

        6/DG  – 1 officer & 100 men

        1/Dragoons  – 1 officer & 45 men

        5/Lancers  – 1 officer & 90 men

        6/Dragoons  – 70 men

        9/Lancers  – 100 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 15 officers & 2 men

        Horses, Remounts  – 295

 

    The Minho, from Southampton , Mar.  15

        I.Y.  – 12 officers & 660 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 2 officers

 

    The Carisbrook Castle, from Southampton , Mar.  16

        I.Y.  – 3 officers and 330 men

 

    The Avondale Castle, from Southampton , Mar.  14

        21/I.Y.  – 22 officers & 441 men

        Draft, I.Y.  – 70 men

        I.Y.  – 10 officers & 550 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 3 officers

 

    The Ebro, from Albert Docks , Mar.  15

        1/Northumberland Fus.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        2/Northumberland Fus.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Scottish Rifles  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Durham L.I.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Highland L.I.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        A & S Highlanders  – 3 officers & 113 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 2 officers

 

    The Kildonan Castle, from Southampton , Mar.  14 & Queenstown, Mar.  16

        R.  West Surrey  – 3 officers & 113 men

        R.  Warwick  – 3 officers & 112 men

        Norfolk  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Lancashire Fus.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        R.  Sussex  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Hampshire  – 3 officers & 117 men

        Derbyshire  – 3 officers & 113 men

        R.  West Kent  – 3 officers & 113 men

        Yorkshire L.I.  – 3 officers & 113 men

        York & Lancaster  – 3 officers & 113 men

        R.  Fusiliers  – 5 officers & 136 men

        Lancashire Fus.  – 5 officers & 140 men

        Liverpool Regt. & Yorkshire L.I.  – 5 officers & 136 men

        KRRC  – 5 officers & 136 men

        Rifle Brigade  – 5 officers & 136 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 50 officers & 1 man

 

    The St.  Andrew, from Albert Docks , Mar.  14 & Queenstown, Mar.  17

        7/DG  – 2 officers & 120 men

        2/Dragoons  – 93 men

        12/Lancers  – 1 officer & 227 men

        R.E.  – 3 officers & 100 men

        3/Munster Fus.  – 43 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        350 horses

 

    The Gascon, from Southampton , Mar.  15

        I.Y.  – 20 officers and 1,100 men

        RAMC  – 3 men

        Details  – 13 officers

 

    The Malta and the Sunda have been engaged by the Admiralty for the conveyance of about 2,000 Yeomanry to South Africa .

 

    The City of Vienna left for England on March 3 with the following invalids:

    Army Med.  Serv.  – Lt.-Col.  A.  Keogh

    3/R.  Munster Fus.  – Capt.  B.M.L. Roberts

    Late Thornycroft’s M.I.  – Capt.  A.B. Boyd Wilson

    3/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt.  H.J. Taylor

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  C.H. Mortimer

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Vet.- Lt.  C.E. Norgate

    RA  – Maj.  H.K. Jackson

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.A. Peake & A.C. Perry

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  A.B. Morgan

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Lt.  W.A. Gray

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Lt.  Qm.  M.J. Kenny

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – C.J. Jackson

    Sick laying down, 48; convalescent, 486

    Wounded laying down, 8; convalescent, 15

    For duty on voyage:

    I.Y.  – Capt.  F.A. Hadley, Medical Officer

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Price, H.  Galloway, A.B. Price

    With the following on passage home:

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Capt.  S.A. Harwarden

    Natal Mtd.  Rofles  – Lt.  H.W.A. Richardson

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Lt.  H.  Gray

 

    The hospital ship Avoca left for England March 5 with the following invalids:

    E.  Yorkshire  – Maj.  C.B. Wood

    1/Leinster  – Capts.  T.F.W. Ricketts, J.  Craslee, Lts.  W.  Waudby, P.  McCausland, C.R. Macdonald

    6/Dragoons  – Lt.  C.E. Amphlett

    2/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  J.F. Oliver

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  R.S. Allen

    64/RFA  – 2/Lt.  B.V. McDona

    2/R. W.  Kent  – Lt.  C.  Druce

    RAMC  – Lt.  A.C. Lupton

    1/Suffolk Vol.  Arty.  – Surgeon Capt.  T.E. Stuart

    2/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  G.G.E. Wylly, V.C.

    Commander-in-Chief’s Bodyguard  – Lt.  D.W. Robertson

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  A.F. Douglas

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Capt.  J.  McM.  Roberts

    Civil Surgs.  – A.  Granville, W.  Watkin Pitchforth

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Nixon, K.N.D. Despard, A.S. Siddons, E.  Lees

    Sick Laying down, 23; convalescent, 194

    Wounded laying down, 18; convalescent 31

    With the following on passage home:

    E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  E.M. Woulfe-Flanagan

 

    The Garth Castle arrived at East India Docks yesterday afternoon with 145 undesirables  from South Africa .

 

       

London Times 09/03/01 (Saturday)

p10a    The Manila left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa .  She carried a total of 16 officers and 721 men.  Those listed were:

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Yardley, Clements-Smith, Spratt, Burrett, Orr & Coke and 660 men.

 

    The Manchester Merchant, from London, with drafts of the 46 Field Co., R.E., 18/Hussars and 19/Hussars and 370 horses arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning, late due to weather.  She will embark 96 remounts at Queenstown.

    The Bavarian, with invalids reached Southampton Water last night and will dock this morning.

London Times 11/03/01 (Monday)

p10a & b    The Catalonia left for England March 7, with the following invalids:

    7/DG  – Lt.  W.M.C. Du Caillard

    1/Liverpool  – Maj.  S.L. Cotton

    A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  B.J. Lang

    Army Pay Dept.  – Lt.-Col.  S.  Churchill

    N.S.W. Artillery Staff  – Capt.  A.  Fitzpatrick

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  J.E.V. Isaac

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  C.  Marshall

    ASC  – Lt. & Qm.  J.  Hennessy

    Commander-in-Chief’s Bodyguard  – Lt.  F.H. Sykes

    RAMC  – Civil Surgeon J.R. Brown

    Sick laying down, 50; convalescent, 355

    Wounded laying down, 11; convalescent, 20

    For duty on voyage:

    Nursing Sisters  – M.  Leonard, J.  Tingt, J.M. Lessh, V.P. Squire

    1 Civil surgeon

    4 soldier servants

    With the following on passage home: 

    RHA  – Maj.  E.J. Phipps Hornby, V.C.

    Intelligence Dept.  – Capt.  R.J. Saumarez

    Highland L.I.  – Lt.  T.P. Home

    I.Y.  – Maj.  E.  Chadwick, Capt.  J.  Browne

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Lt.  G.  Legge

    I.Y. Hospital  – Qm.  W.H. Hall

    Civil Surgs.  – C.F. Lille, F.  Rowland, J.  Baker, J.H. Wilkinson, A.H. Hayes, T.T Bark

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – C.E. Uber

    N.S.W. Natal Force  – Lt.  F.A. Stephens

    Rimington’s Guides  – Capt.  L.M. Phillips

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol.  Rifles  – Capt.  R.H.C. Vance

    Imperial L.H.  – Lt.  A.L. Webbe

 

    The Briton left Southampton Saturday afternoon with the following listed:

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Coates, Turner, Ashe, Robertson, Videan, Longadone, Gurney and 770 men.

    AOC  – 50 men

    RAMC  – 3 men

 

    The Bavarian landed at Southampton yesterday with 825 troops from the Cape.  3 deaths during the voyage.  The following invalids were listed:

    9/Lancers  – Lord F.  Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood

    RFA  – 2/Lt.  H.W.T. Elam

    Cape GA  – Lt.  E.C. Gates

    3/E.  Kent  – Maj.  A.H. Tylden-Patterson

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.S. Peebles

    1/W.  Riding  – Capt.  N.B. Bainbridge, Lt.  E.N. Townsend

    4/Derby  – Lt.-Col.  N.L. Pearse

    3/Durham L.I.  – Lt.  J.S. Barwick

    I.Y.  – Col.  H.W. Feilden

    16/Lancers  – Lt.  A.W. MacArthur-Onslow, 2/Lt.  H.  Gilmour

    6/ E.D.  RGA  – 2/Lt.  W.V.I. Mathews

    RE  – Lt.  L.A. Sherrard

    4/Lancaster  – Capt.  A.W.H. Saunders-Knox-Gore

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  F.M.J.D. Rhodes

    3/Border  – Capt.  R.W.H. Woodburne

    2/Wiltshire  – Lt.  M.C. Richards

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  H.W. Calverley

    Nursing Sisters E.S. Soley, E.  Holland

    For Duty on Voyage:

    RAMC  – Lt.  B.  Pares

    Chaplain Rev.  E.A. Irwin

    Army Nurses – Sisters M.  Taylor, M.  Beale, M.F. Lightfoot

    With the following on passage home: 

    Lumsden’s Horse  – Lt.  C.E. Crane

    3/Worcester  – Sec.  (?  Lt. )  C.C.W. Maude

    3/ R.  Irish Fus.  – Lt. & Qm.  G.H. Osborne

    2/Norfolk  – Lt.-Col.  L.H. Phillips

    ASC  – Capt.  E.  Studdert

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt.  Hon.  M.  Hill-Trevor

    2/Leinster  – Maj.  W.  Seton

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  S.H. Sharpe, C.L. Dunn, A.N. Walker, F.E. Taylor, S.E. Denyer, R.M. Cowie, J.  Anderson, H.J. Baldwin, F.M. Alfred, W.  Wright, H.N. Good, R.W.E. Roe, W. Mayo

 

London Times 12/03/01 (Tuesday)

p5b    Dateline Cape Town , Mar.  11, 1,000 Australians have arrived here to-day (no ship named).  Their horses are expected within a few days on another ship.

 

p10b    The Englishman left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon for the Cape with 14 officers and 382 men of the DG in charge of Lt.  Moncrieff of the 6/DG.  The ship will call at Queenstown for further details.

    The Canada is due to sail ( ?  today?  ) from Southampton  with 4 officers & 440 men of the I.Y. and 1 officer and 63 men of the RAMC.

    The Mohawk is due to sail from Albert Docks with 5 officers and 550 of the I.Y and 3 men, RAMC.

    The Mongolian will sail to-morrow from Liverpool with 6 officers and 660 men of the I.Y. and 3 men RAMC.

    The Gascon landed at Southampton yesterday morning 75 "undesireables” from the Cape.

 

London Times 13/03/01 (Wednesday)

p10b    The Simla arrived at Plymouth yesterday with invalids.  The following were listed:   

    RAMC  – Capt.  F.S. Brereton

    3/DG  – 2/Lt.  H.R. Dyer

    2/Worcester  – Capt.  J.P.S. Maitland

    1/Highland L.I.  – Maj.  Hon.  H.J. Anson

    RFA  – Lt.  H.E.S. Wynne

    2/Scots Guards  – Lt.  Hon.  E.C. Gordon-Lennox

    9/KRRC  – Lt.  W.P. Hunt

    1/Border Regt.  – Lt.  E.H.H. Lees

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  J.H. Hodgson

    4/Bedford  – Capt.  H.C. Franks

    18/Hussars  – Lt.  C.J. Thackwell

    1/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  A.  Davidson

    Army Vet Dept.  – Capt.  R.W. Raymond

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.  J.W. Sandilands

    I.Y.  – Maj.  E.D. Cooper

    With the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Maj.  Hon.  H.V. Duncombe

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  M.W. Renton

 

    The Mowawk left Woolwich yesterday afternoon with 21 officers and 664 men of the I.Y.

    The Canada left Southampton yesterday afternoon with about 1,400 officers and men including:

    I.Y.  – 4 officers and 440 men

    South African Constabulary  – 1 officer and 850 men

    RAMC  – 1 officer and 63 men

    Details  – 103 officers and 40 men.

 

    Correction  – It was Capt.  N.C. Beresford Langston who left in the Briton on Saturday, not Capt.  Longsdone.

 

p12f    Note: Gazette  --  Capt.  G.P.T. Feilding, CG, to be ADC to Maj.-Gen.  M.W. Willson, C.B.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    13/03/01

p8    Dateline Lourenco Marques, Feb. 28, 1901.    The hospital ship Orcana sailed this morning, with invalids,  for Durban where they  will be landed and the ship will return here Tuesday with stores.

 

p11    The 5th Victorian contingent of about 650 men arrived here Friday from Melbourne by the  transport Orient.

 

p19    The Dunottar Castle arrived at Cape Town yesterday with the following military passengers listed: Lt. J.J. Grimbly, RE, Capt. H.G. King Hall, RN, DSO, & servant, Commander J.T. Hardinge, Capt. Millbank, I.Y., Capt. Angus, I.Y., 2/Lt. Holme, I.Y., and 220 I.Y. troops.

    The Dunottar Castle, sailing for home this afternoon, with the following military passengers mentioned: Col. Llewellyn, Col. Richardson, Capt. Dormer, Lt. Eggers, Capt. Weir,  Capt. Nerdrum.

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 6.     The Manila sails Friday with 672 I.Y. for the Cape and the Mohawk sails for the Cape Sunday with 660 I.Y.

    Dateline London, Mar. 8.    Fourteen transports, carrying 12,000 troops, will sail for South Africa within the next week.

    Dateline London, Mar. 7.    The Templemore has sailed from Brisbane for South Africa with the 5th Queensland Contingent.

    Dateline London, Mar. 10. Seven full companies of I.Y. have sailed for the Cape on board the Briton.

    Dateline London, Mar. 11.    1,200 Canadians, recruited in Ottawa, for the South African Constabulary will sail for South Africa about the 20th.

    396 men of the DG sailed on board the Englishman for the Cape today.

 

p27    MID’s for South African soldiers here.

 

           

London Times 14/03/01 (Thursday)

p10a    The Mongolian, transport #77, left Liverpool yesterday afternoon at about 4 p.m. The following were listed:   

    I.Y.  – Capts.  Stone, Stanley Morris, Blake, Lawrence, Urwick, Hutchings, Robertson and 660 men.

    Leicester Vols.  – 1 Lt. & 21 men

    Northampton Vols.  – 1 Lt.  and about 21 men.

    RAMC  – detachment

 

    The hospital ship Simla  reached Southampton from Plymouth yesterday morning and landed 235 troops, mostly invalids.

 

London Times 15/03/01 (Friday)

    p5a    The Avondale Castle sailed from Southampton yesterday afternoon with 23 officers and 1,059 men.  Included were 23 officers and 442 men of the I.Y. 2/Sharpshooters.

 

    The Englishman arrived at Queenstown on Wednesday night from London, embarked 1 officer & 70 men and 100 horses of the 6/Dragoons, and sailed for the Cape yesterday.

 

    The St.  Andrews embarked, at Albert Docks , 3 officers and 202 men of the 2nd and 7th DG., 4 officers and 103 men of the RE.  and 7 officers and 5 men of other corps.  She will call at Queenstown.

 

    The following are scheduled:

    The Bavarian from Liverpool, 20 March with 1,639 officers and men including 1,008 for the I.Y. , 454 for the South African Constabulary, 106 electrical engineers with 6 - 2 wheel vehicles.

    The City of Cambridge, from Albert Docks , 22 March with 1,012 officers and men including troops from the following: 3/Royal Sussex, 2 M.I. Cos., ASC, and she will pick up a strong draft from the 8th and 11th Hussars at Gibralter.

    The Hortensius, from Albert Docks , 20 March and Queenstown the 23, with 500 remounts

    The Kinfauns Castle, from Southampton , 23 March with 445 I.Y.

    The Sunda, from Albert Docks , 23 March with 790 I.Y.

    The Malta, from Albert Docks , 23 Mar.  1,101 officers and men, including 448 I.Y,  Vol. Cos.  from Royal Lancaster, Lincolnshire, East Lancashire, Black Watch, & Shropshire L.I., and drafts for the Suffolks and Leicestershires.

    The Suavic, from Liverpool, 23 Mar.  will take 220 form the Vol.  Cos.  of the Essex and Manchesters.

 

           

London Times 16/03/01 (Saturday)

p14c    The Ebro sailed yesterday evening from Albert Docks with the following:

    1 & 2/Northumberland Fus.  – 6 officers & 225 men

    Scottish Rifles  – 3 officers and 113 men

    Durham L.I.  – 3 officers and 113 men

    Highland L.I.  – 3 officers and 113 men

    A & S Highlanders  – 3 officers and 113 men

    2 Civil Surgeons

 

    The Minho sailed from Southampton yesterday afternoon with 6 complete companies (110 men each) of I.Y.      Maj.  Griffith, 1/Leicestershire Regt., in command.

 

London Times 18/03/01 (Monday)

p7a    The Kildonan Castle left Southampton Saturday afternoon with 70 officers and 1,385 men. The following were listed:   

    Volunteers from various Regts.  – 29 officers and 1,103 men

    M.I.  – 41 officers and 282 men

    R.  Fusiliers  – Maj.  Du Maurier, in command.

   

    The Kildonan Castle arrived at Queenstown at 3 p.m. yesterday.  To-day she will embark15 officers and 412 men and will sail at noon.

 

    The Carisbrook Castle left Southampton Saturday with 3 officers and 330 men from the I.Y.

    The Gascon left Southampton Saturday afternoon with 13 officers and 1,110 men from the I.Y. Maj.  Payne, Wiltshire Regt., in command.

    Col.  Kennedy and Capt.  Meiklejohn, V.C. are passengers in the Raglan Castle which sailed from Southampton Saturday afternoon for St.  Helena and the Cape.

    The St.  Andrew arrived at Queenstown Saturday night and yesterday embarked the following:

    3/Munster Fus.  – 23 men

    Details  – 1 officer and 2 men

    Remounts  – 84

    At noon she embarked additional and sailed as follows:

    13 officers and 573 men (no unit mentioned)

    Remounts  – 354

    19/Hussars  – Capt.  De Pledge, in command

 

    The Montrose embarked, at Langton Dock, Saturday,  a total of 25 officers and 1,244 men from the following units and sailed in the afternoon:

    Royal Scots

    Seaforth and Gordon Highlanders

    KOSB

    W.  Riding

    North and South Staffordshire

    Loyal N.  Lancashire

    Manchester

    RAMC

 

           

London Times 19/03/01 (Tuesday

 

p11b & c    Dateline Ascension, Mar, 18, 8 40 a.m.    The Norham Castle arrived Ascension.  High pressure cylinder burst Mar.  14, 500 miles east.  The Tongariro towed her here. On board were listed as:

    7 officers and 330 men including a draft of the Duke of Cambridge’s Own I.Y., 229 strong with Capts.  Stutfield & Cunningham & Lts.  Banks & Bethell

 

    The Kildonan Castle embarked at Queenstown 3 cos.  M.I. Liverpool Regt., 1 co.  York & Lancaster Regt.,  5 officers and 136 men ofKRRC, 4 officers and 134 men of the Rifle Brigade, and 5 officers and 130 men and details.  Total on board 85 officers and 1,814 men.  She sailed yesterday afternoon.

 

    The German arrived yesterday morning at Southampton and landed 163 "undesireables” from the Cape.

 

London Times 20/03/01 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   20/03/01

p3    Note here short article on farm burning by Boers.

 

p22    The following military are embarking in the Scot for England:    Capt. Stevenson, Capt. Gordon, Lt. Blair, Maj.-Gen. Mussenden, Capt. Davie, Civil Surgeons Balfour, Ramsden, Mackenzie, Harland, Ashforth, Col. Mountsteven, Maj.-Gen. Paget, Capt. Edmondson.

 

p25    The Umzinto arrived at Durban from Calcutta with Gen. Sir Bindon Blood and Maj.-Gen. E. Locke Elliot and their staffs.

 

 

London Times 21/03/01 (Thursday)

p10c & d    The Pinemore left for England March 15.  The following were listed:   

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Lt.-Col.  J.  de C.  O’Grady

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Sir.  A.H. Armstrong

    Queensland Bushmen  – Capt.  A.  W.  Butterworth

    Wounded laying down, 1; convalescent, 23

    Sick laying down, 1; convalescent, 456

    For duty on Voyage:

    RAMC  – Surgeon - Major A.T.I. Lilly

    Civil Surgs.  – T.  Pope & G.E. Lockyer

    Nursing Sisters  – E.C. Croft & A.R. Myring

    With the following on passage home: 

    RFA  – Lt.  F.B. Sykes

    RAMC (attached)  – Capt.  E.J.G. Berkley

    Civil Surgeons  – A.W. Saunders, A.R. Laing, J.M.M. Crawford, J.  Jones, A.  Mackenzie & E.A. Lock

    Vet Civil Surgs.  – C.H.H. Joliffe, W.W. Malone, W.W.M. Donaldson & T.  Hirst

    Revs.  H.  Greiller & H.M. McCleane

 

    The Hortensius left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 2 officers and 350 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown to embark 150 remounts.

    The Lake Superior embarked at Liverpool 28 men of various Canadian regiments for St.  John, N.B. The number included 12 invalids.

 

 

London Times 22/03/01 (Friday)

p5d    Dateline Sydney, Mar.  21.        The Victorian has arrived here from South Africa .  The British Princess has embarked 406 officers and men and 410 horses and the Ranee has embarked 256 officers and men and 234 horses and both are expected to sail to-morrow for the Cape.

 

p12a    The Dunera left for England March 19 . The following invalids  were listed:   

    8/Hussars  – Capt.  H.F. Deare, Lt.  Sir.  C.B. Lowther

    3/E.  Kent  – Capt.  E.S. O’Grady

    1/Liverpool  – Capt.  W.R. Rawlinson

    1/R.  Sussex  – Lt.  F.W.B. Willett

    9/V.B. Rifle Brigade  – Maj.  W.  Stopford

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.B. Gilliat, Lt.  B.  Molloy

    Border Horse  – Lt.  H.  Carey

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – F.  Moore, J.H. Hulseberg

    1/R.  Dragoons  – Lt.  Sir.  R.  St.  G.  Gore

    RGA  – Capt.  H.H. Harvest & 2/Lts.  J.  Ormrod, J.L. Hampton-Lewis

    Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  L.E.C. Wilmer

    3/Dorset  – Capt.  C.R.E. Radclyffe

    Revs.  – M.  Jones, F.  Edwards

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Lt.  M.  McDonald

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Col.  G.J.C. Whittington

    Wounded laying down, 14; convalescent, 20

    Sick laying down, 76; convalescent 174

 

       

London Times 23/03/01 (Saturday)

p13a    Yesterday the War Office announced arrangement for the despatch of troops & horses to South Africa .  The following were listed:   

    The South Australia on Monday from Albert Docks and Queenstown on Thursday will take 550 remounts.

    The Morayshire on Wednesday from Southampton will take 1,093 officers and men, 956 being South African Constabulary & 116 from the Vol.  Co, East Kent Regt.

    The Salmis on Thursday from Albert Docks will take 782 I.Y. and Irish Regt.  draft.

    The Saxon on next Saturday from Southampton will take 742 including 448 I.Y., a Vol.  Co.  South Wales Borderers and reinforcements for the Vol.  Cos.  of Yorkshire, Gloucestershire, Berkshire and King’s Royal rifles.

    The German, April 1, from Southampton will take 827 including the 22/I.Y. and a Yeomanry draft.

    The Delphic, 30 Mar.  from Albert Docks and Queenstown on 2 April, with 450 horses.

    The Wakool, Apr.  3, from Southampton and Queenstown Apr.  5, with 742, including 5/R.  Irish Rifles.

    The Algeria, Apr.  3, from Albert Docks and Queenstown Apr.  6, with 125 officers and men including a draft from the 10/Hussars and RFA, and 228 horses.

    The Harlech Castle Apr.  9, from Southampton 540 including the 3/Scottish Rifles and details.

    The Simla, next Tuesday from Southampton with 50 men and 16 nurses

    The Avoca, Apr.  6, from Southampton with 50 of the St.  John Ambulance men for the South African Constabulary, 50 other men and 10 nurses.

 

London Times 25/03/01 (Monday)

p10b    The Suedic sailed Saturday afternoon  from Liverpool with 3 officers and 110 men of the Lancashire Regt.  and 3 officers and 110 men of the Shropshire Regt.

    The Hortensius arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning and sailed at 2 p.m. for South Africa .

    The Kinfauns Castle left Southampton on Saturday with 14 officers and 440 men of the I.Y.

    The Sunda sailed about 2 p.m. Saturday from Albert Docks with 27 officers and 773 men.

    The Malta sailed about 1 p.m. Saturday from Albert Docks with 33 officers and 1,073 men.

    The Norman arrived at Southampton yesterday with a number of officers.  The following were listed:     Col.  Burn, Maj.  Vandeleur and Capt.  Carter, D.A.A.G.

 

London Times 26/03/01 (Tuesday)

p12b    The Bavarian left the Mersey yesterday afternoon with about 1,700 troops for South Africa The following were listed:   

    RE  – 6 officers and 100 men (electrical engineers)

    RE  – 11 officers and 275 men

    I.Y.  – 18 officers and 993 men

    30 nurses

   

    The Assaye arrived at Gibralter yesterday from Bombay and landed 80 men of the 11/Hussars from Cairo who will await the arrival of the City of Cambridge for conveyance to the Cape.

    The South Australia left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 400 remounts, 2 officers and 3 shoeing smiths.  She calls at Queenstown.

 

London Times 27/03/01 (Wednesday)

p11b     The Avoca arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following invalids:

    E.  Yorkshire  – Maj.  C.B. Wood

    1/Leinster  – Capts.  T.F.W. Ricketts, J.  Craslee, Lts.  W.  Waudby, P.  McCausland, C.R. Macdonald

    6/Dragoons  – Lt.  C.E. Amphlett

    2/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  J.F. Oliver

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  R.S. Allen

    64/RFA  – 2/Lt.  B.V. McDona

    2/R. W.  Kent  – Lt.  C.  Druce

    RAMC  – Lt.  A.C. Lupton

    1/Suffolk Vol.  Arty.  – Surgeon Capt.  T.E. Stuart

    2/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  G.G.E. Wylly, V.C.

    Commander-in-Chief’s Bodyguard  – Lt.  D.W. Robertson

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  A.F. Douglas

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Capt.  J.  McM.  Roberts

    Civil Surgs.  – A.  Granville, W.  Watkin Pitchforth

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Nixon, K.N.D. Despard, A.S. Siddons, E.  Lees

    With the following on passage home:

    E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  E.M. Woulfe-Flanagan

 

Note: p12c & d     Gazette Capt.  G.P.T. Feilding (CG) is seconded to service on the Staff.    Brig.-Gen.  J.F. Burn-Murdoch, 1Dgns, commanding a brigade.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   27/03/01

p14    Here figures for the week on ships in the port of Cape Town   also included the number of rats killed and request to up the bounty on said rats, wages for stevedores also the number and class of workers at the docks.

 

p24    Dateline London, 23 Mar. 1901.  New transport list shows 11 transports with 5008 troops and 1228 horses will sail for South Africa between 26 Mar. & 09 April.

    Dateline London, 22 Mar. 1901. The Victorian has arrived at Sydney to take on troops for South Africa .  The British Princess and Ranee will sail from Sydney to-day with 662 men and 644 horses for South Africa .

 

p27    The Briton arrived at Cape Town yesterday with the following listed military passengers:  Maj.-Gen. Featherstonhaugh, Capts. W.F. Phipps, Coates, Tirner, Ash, Robertson, S. Vidal, Langston, Gurney, G.C. Owsley and Cavanagh.

    The Tantallon Castle leaves Cape Town today with the following military passengers: Capt. Harper, Col. H. McCalmont, Col. Heyman, Capt. D. Beale-Brown, (note here a Miss Hallock on board), Capt. Bertenshaw.

 

           

London Times 28/03/01 (Thursday)   

p5c    Dateline Cape Town m March 27.    1,000 English  recruits for Gen.  Baden-Powell’s Police disembarked here to-day.  (no ship mentioned)

 

p11a     The Manhattan arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

     RHA  – Lt.  H.L. Nevill

    Queenstown Rifle Vols.  – Lt.  W.  Lamona

    44/RFA  – 2/Lt.  B.B. Crozier

    AOD  – Maj.  A.S. Baker

    With the following on passage home:

    1/Canadian M.R.  – Maj.  H.  Howe

    RAMC  – Capt.  C.E. Douglas, Lt.  J.C.G. Macnab, Civil Surgs.  J.C. Hibbert, T.W. Atkins, R.W. Collum, W.  Tarr, W.H. Rowell

    Rev.  F.H. Beaven

    She also brought 480 men including a number of Canadians.

 

    The Morayshire arrived at Southampton yesterday morning and embarked 18 officers and 1,101 men for South Africa, including 950 recruits for Maj.-Gen.  Baden-Powell’s Constabulary, 2 officers and 114 men of the East Kent Vols., and drafts including 80 colonials.

 

London Times 29/03/01 (Friday)

p3c    Dateline Hobart, Mar.  28.    Another Tasmanian contingent for South Africa sailed to-day.  (no ship named)

    Dateline Halifax, N.S., Mar.28    The Montfort with 1,200 Canadian recruits for Gen. Baden-Powell’s Police , sailed this evening for South Africa .

 

p8b    The Scot left for England March 20, with the following on passage home: 

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen.  A.H. Paget

    I.Y.  – Capt.  R.K. Blair

    Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  D.F. Campbell

    Gloucester Regt.  – Capt.  K.M. Davies

    ASC  – Capt. & Qm.  J.H. Edmondson

    11/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  A.E. Paget

    Civil Surgs.  – H.D.N. McKenzie, W.A. Harland, W.  Ashford, H.E. Pace, A.  Balfour, and H.R. Ramsden

    Due at Southampton April 5.

 

    The Salmis, at Albert Docks yesterday afternoon, embarked the 3rd Bn.  Sharpshooters (I.Y.)  and a draft of 200 men, some 660 in all for South Africa .

    The South Australian arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning, shipped 150 remounts, and sailed at noon.

 

London Times 30/03/01 (Saturday)

p13a    The City of Cambridge left last evening for South Africa from Albert Docks with 19 officers and 93 men of the 3 Bn Royal Sussex Regt, and 5 officers and 137 men of the Middlesex Regt.  (M.I.)  and 5 officers and 135 men of a composite regt., 3 officers and 125 men of the ASC., and 70 men of the Camerons ( to disembark at Gibralter) The City of Cambridge will take on, at Gibralter, a detachment of men from the 8th and 11th Hussars for the Cape.

 

       

London Times 01/04/01 (Monday)

p5c    Dateline Cape Town , Mar.  31.    The Templemore with 500 officers and men of the 5th Queensland Contingent touched here and sailed for Port Elizabeth to land the troops.

    Dateline Durban, Mar.  30.    The Devon, with 292 troops from Fremantle, Western Australia, has arrived here.

 

Note: p7b    Here a full col.  on the Somaliland Campaign.

 

p10a    The Harlech Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

    Queensland M.I.  –   Lt.-Col.  A.  Aytoun

    RA  – Capt.  R.H. Manley

    I.Y. Hospital  – Maj.  C.  Stonham, Civil Surg.  F.  Green, and Staff

 

    The Saxon left Southampton on Saturday.  In addition to ordinary passengers she takes out 74 officers and 840 I.Y. and Vol.  contingents from South Wales Borderers, Yorkshire Regt. , 2/Gloucester Regt., Berkshire Regt., KRRC, and a number of Vol.  Engineer sections.

 

p10c    The Galician arrived at Southampton yesterday and landed 100 indesireables from the Cape.

 

London Times 01/04/01 (Tuesday)

p5b    Dateline Cape Town , Apr.  1.    2,000 English recruits for B.P.’s Constabulary have arrived here to-day.  (No ship mentioned)

 

p11b    The German left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa with 2/Roughriders (22/I.Y.)  with Lt.-Col.  Stewart and Maj.  Viscount Dungarvan.  Also Vol.  Cos.  of the Royal Fusiliers, Middlesex, Worcestershire, Surrey, and Royal Irish Regts.  and the Oxfordshire L.I., in all, 62 officers and 979 men

    The Delphic embarked 347 remounts at Albert Docks yesterday morning and sailed for Queenstown for an additional 100 remounts.

    The Harlech Castle arrived in Southampton Water on Sunday and landed yesterday morning the I.Y. Field Hospital and Bearer Co.

 

London Times 03/04/01 (Wednesday)

p7c    The City of Vienna arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 17 officers and 787 men, mostly invalids.  The following were listed:   

    Army Med.  Serv.  – Lt.-Col.  A.  Keogh

    3/R.  Munster Fus.  – Capt.  B.M.L. Roberts

    Late Thornycroft’s M.I.  – Capt.  A.B. Boyd Wilson

    3/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt.  H.J. Taylor

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  C.H. Mortimer

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Vet.- Lt.  C.E. Norgate

    RA  – Maj.  H.K. Jackson

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.A. Peake & A.C. Perry

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  A.B. Morgan

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Lt.  W.A. Gray

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Lt.  Qm.  M.J. Kenny

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – C.J. Jackson

    For duty on voyage:

    I.Y.  – Capt.  F.A. Hadley, Medical Officer

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Price, H.  Galloway, A.B. Price

    With the following on passage home:

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Capt.  S.A. Harwarden

    Natal Mtd.  Rofles  – Lt.  H.W.A. Richardson

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Lt.  H.  Gray

    10/RFA  – Corporal Williamson, V.C.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    03/04/01

p11    The Templemore has arrived here with 500 Queensland officers and men. She sailed from Brisbane.

 

p22    A Tasmanian Contingent has left Hobart for South Africa .

    The Antillian will leave Sydney on the 16th ( note 6th in later article on page 24) with the remainder of the Australian Contingent for South Africa .

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 27.    The Morayshire has embarked 1,120 officers and men, including 950 for the SAC, for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Mar. 31. The Saxon sailed from Southampton yesterday for Cape Town   with 74 officers and 840 men of the I.Y.

    Dateline London, Apr. 1.    The German sailed to-day for South Africa with 1,074 troops of various units.

    Dateline London, Apr. 2. The Rossetti has left New Orleans for Cape Town with 950 remounts.

       

London Times 04/04/01 (Thursday)

p3b    Dateline New Orleans, April 3.    The Anglo-Australian was due to sail April 1, with a cargo of mules for South Africa .  Sailing has been delayed due to an injunction by Boer agents to the U.S. Court.

 

p4b & c    The Nubia left Durban March 27, for Southampton with the following listed invalids:

    2/GG  – Lt.  Swaine

    ASC  – Lt.  Young

    RA  – Capts.  Ziegler & Buchanan

    1/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Capt.  Le Mesurier

    1/Border Regt.  – Lt.  Sutherland

    R.  Scots Greys  – Lt.  Finlay

    Civil.  Vet.  Surg.  – McGill

    2/Berkshire  – Lt.  Hill

    Nursing Sisters  – Lambe & Lloyd

    RAMC  – Maj.  Patterson, Lt.  McDonsell, Civil Surg.  Skevington

    I.Y.  – Capt.  Hill

    1/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.-Col.  Hall

    2/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.  Bill

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  Delan-Osborne

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  Inglis

    1/S.  Stafford  – Maj.  Sears & Lt.  Curtis

   

    The Tantallon Castle left for England March 27, With the following on passage home: 

    6/R.  Warwick  – Lt.-Col.  H.  McCalmont

    9/Lancers  – Capt.  D.J.E. Beale-Brown

    Due Southampton April 12.

 

    The Aurania left for England March 29.  With the following invalids:

      8/Hussars  – Capt.  I.W. Burns-Lindow & Lt.  C.J. M’I.  Lomer

    3/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  H.A. Bagot Chester

    2/Bedford  – Capt.  G.E. F.  Fitzgerald

    1/Yorkshire  – Lt.  E.V.L. Wardle

    6/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  H.W.G.Dausey

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I. Capt.  P.G. Petavel

    2/Black Watch  – 2/Lt.  F.T. Murray

    2/R.  W.  Kent  – Lt.  G.D. Lister & 2/Lt.  H.D. Belgrave

    4/N.  Stafford  – Lt.  B.H. Wedgewood

    RAMC  – Majs.  G.  Coutts, T.B.A. Tuckey, H.J.R. Moberley

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.A. Powell, J.R. Harvey, F.D.J. Annesley & C.  Erle

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt.  R.P. Nicol

    RFA  – Lt.  G.H.C. King

    1/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  H.E. Reid

    W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  A.A. Fisher

    1/R.  Irish  – Maj.  A.N. Lysaght

    4/Yorkshire  – Lt.  W.H. Chapman

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Lt. & Qm.  J.  Cuttle

    3/Border  – Capt.  Hon.  A.E.C.J. Stourton

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Capt.  G.N. Colvile

    2/N.  Stafford  – 2/Lts.  G.F. Giffard & D.E. Hope

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  C.B. Chamley

    Army Pay Dept.  – Lt.-Col.  J.C. Stockley

    Natal Scouts  – Capt.  H.V. Woon

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  H.C. Fleming

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Capt.  C.W. Nesbitt

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  C.  Adamson

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt.  J.H. Walker

    S. Australian Bushmen  – Lt.  J.T. Dempsey

    W.  Australian M.I.  – Lt.  A.H. Barclay

    Rev.  R.H. Nash

    Sick laying down, 85; convalescent 493

    Wounded laying down, 23; convalescent, 33

    With the following on passage home: 

    RAMC  – Maj.  W.W. Pike

    Irish Guards  – 2/Lts.  H.F. Ward & Hon.  L.J.P. Butler

    Civil Surgs.  – T.  Stevenson, T.C. Letter Jones, T.H. Moyles, A.  Trethewy Hayden Brown, T.A. Hawkesworth, W.A. Hubert, J.W.E. Cole, R.C. Dunn, H.C. Brawn, G.A. Wraith, C. Campbell Jenkins & J.T.S. Alexander

    Nursing Sisters  – E.  Whistler, G.  Fletcher, A.W. Walkinshaw, F.A. Coates, E.L. Phillips, & S.  Bell.

    Revs.  – R.D. Machen & W.H. Fraser

    I.Y.  – Maj.  W,B, Mynors, Capts.  Sir Elliott Lees, & S.  Custance, Lts.  H.J.A. Eyre, C.S. Donnelly & A.F. Wright

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Maj.  S.  Jackson

    RGA  – Lt.  R.T. Russell

    South African L.H.  – Capt.  C.C. Davies

    Kaffrarian Rifles  – Lt.  R.E. Harris

    RFA  – Lt.  E.F. Johnson

    11/Hussars (?  5th Lancers)  – 2/Lt.  R.S. Mackenzie

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.  C.S.L. Lister

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – A.P. Hawes

    Due Southampton April 19.

 

    The Algeria left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with drafts for the 10th & 19th Hussars, 12th Lancers and RE, numbering 10 officers and 122 men, with Capt.  Tufnell, Essex Regt.  in command.  164 remounts on board.  She will call at Queenstown for 60 remounts.

    The Wakool took on a few officers at Southampton yesterday then left for Queenstown where further reinforcements will embark.

 

       

London Times 05/04/01 (Friday)

p3c    Dateline Brisbane, April 4.    The Victorian sailed today for South Africa  with 400 officers and men and 615 horses.

 

p4b & c    The Delphic left Queenstown yesterday afternoon, having shipped 150 remounts in addition to the 330 shipped in London.

    Note: Here is a Casualty table.

 

London Times 06/04/01 (Saturday)

p3a    Dateline Sydney, April 5.    The Antillian embarked 375 officers and men and 380 horses this afternoon and will sail for the Cape to-morrow

    Dateline Adelaide, April 5.    The Warrigal sailed to-day with the 6th Contingent for South Africa .

 

p4c    The Wakool arrived at Queenstown late Thursday night from Southampton , left yesterday for Cape Town after embarking 24 officers and 658 men of the 3rd, 4th, & 5th Royal Irish Rifles.

 

    The Scot arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following listed as passengers:

    Scots Guards  – Col.  A.H. Paget

    6/I.Y.  – Lt. & Qm.  R.K. Blair

    Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  D.F. Campbell

    Gloucester Regt.  – Capt.  K.M. Davie

    ASC  – Capt. & Qm.  J.H. Edmondson

    Civil Surgs.  – McKenzie,  Hartland,  Ashford,  Pace,  Balfour, and  Ramsden   

    Note.  this list differs greatly from departure list.

 

London Times 08/04/01 (Monday)

p4c & d     The Tongariro left Cape Town on March 31 with the following  for Australia:

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capts.  W.  Russell Watson, J.P. McGlinn, P.R. Fagan, Lts.  F.L. Livingston0Learmouth, P.E. Stirton, S.R. Antill, and 125 men.

    1/Australian Horse  – Capt.  J.F.M. Wilkinson and 32 men

    N.S.W. Medical Staff Corps  – Capts.  G.A. Marshall, J.  Marshall, Lt.  A.  Horsfall, and 27 men.

    N.S.W. Bushmen  – 25 men

    Queensland M.I.  – Capts.  H.J. Harris, W.G. Thompson, Lts.  R.M. Stodart, A.F. Crichton, J.  Walker and 76 men

    Queensland Bushmen  – Lt.  R.H. Ferguson and 17 men

    S.  Australian M.I.  – Maj.  C.J. Reade, Lts.  G.H. Lynch, W.  Depassey and 39 men

    Victorian M.I.  – Capts.  M.T. Kirby, E.S. Norton, Lt.  G.H. Hood and 104 men

    Victorian Bushmen  – Lt.  G.A. Moore and 16 men

    W.  Australian M.I.  – Lt.  J.S. Duffy and 27 men

    16/Lancers  – Capt.  T.M. Young

    Civil Surg.  A.  Watson & Nursing Sister D.L. Harris

 

    The following have also left for New Zealand:

    New Zealand Contingent  – Lt.-Col.  A.W. Robin, Maj.  T.  Jowsey, Capts.  J.F. Meeachren, G.  Crawshaw, E.W.C. Chaytor, H.L. Bourne, Surgeon Capt.  G.  Craig, Lts.  W.F. Ross, T.J. M.  Todd, C.L. Somerville, T.B. Blair, V.A. Kelvall, N.  Fitzherbert, H.C. Collett, M. Lewin and 291 men.  (Ship not mentioned byt suspect with the Tongariro mentioned above)

 

    The Norman sailed for Southampton yesterday afternoon with 39 officers and 556 men.  The following were listed:   

    Scottish Horse  – Capts.  Wardrop, Dewar and Lts.  Garland, Field, Thompson, Williams, McBean, Kepple, & Goote

    RFA  – Maj.  A.  Young, in charge.

 

    The hospital ships Simla and Avoca left Southampton on Saturday afternoon for the Cape. In addition to permanent staff on each, the Avoca is taking out 161 details including Maj.  Raymond, RAMC, and Lt.-Col.  de Villiers, RGA.

   

    The Algeria sailed from Queenstown on Saturday with 126 officers and men of the 10th Hussars and RFA and 224 remounts.

 

       

London Times 09/04/01 (Tuesday)

p7f    The Dunera arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 21 officers and 277 men, invalids.

 

London Times 10/04/01 (Wednesday)

p8c    The Pinemore arrived at Southampton yesterday morning bringing 453 convalescents for Brockhurst, 300 time-expired, 16 convalescents for Sandgate, 7 invalids for Netley, and 80 indulgence passengers.

    The Dunera has arrived at Southampton from South Africa and Plymouth with 15 officers and 221 convalescents.

    The Assaye will embark to-morrow, at Southampton , the 24/I.Y.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    10/04/01

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 5.    The Antillian will leave Sydney tomorrow with the remainder of the Imperial South Wales Contingent, 375 men and 380 horses.

    Dateline London, Apr. 5.    The 6th South Australian Contingent left Adelaide on the Warrigal.  The Victorian with 400 troops and 65 horses has left Brisbane with the mentioned 6th Queensland Contingent.

    Dateline London, Apr. 3.    The Wakool has sailed for South Africa with the 5th Bn. R. Irish Rifles.

    Dateline London, Apr. 7.    The Norman sailed from Southampton yesterday with 630 men of the I.Y.

    Dateline London, Apr. 8.    The 7th New Zealand Contingent, 600 men, has embarked for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Apr. 5.    The South American has sailed from New Orleans with 1,000 mules for South Africa .

 

p25    Dateline London, Apr. 7.    The hospital ships Simla and Avoca have sailed for Cape Town .

    The Avondale Castle arrived yesterday with 29 officers and 1,054 men of the I.Y. The Norham Castle arrived Saturday with 330 men of the I.Y. For the Norham Castle the passage took 34 days and 14 hours due to accidents and repairs.

 

 

London Times 11/04/01 (Thursday)

p8b    The Orotava left for England on April 5 with the following invalids:

    RFA  – Majs.  W.C. Staveley & A.S. Wedderburn, Capt.  C.  St.  L.  G.  Hawkes

    2/Worcester  – Lt.  C.  de F.  Myburgh

    1/Essex  – Maj.  J.F. Spencer

    ASC  – Lt.  F.  Alexander

    I.Y.  – Capts.  G.B. Richards & T.G. Pirie, Lt.  J.H. Wrigley

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Capt.  F.H. Soloman

    RGA  – Lt.  H.B.H. Johnson

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  R.L. Aspinall

    2/Hampshire  – Capt.  H.G.A. Banks

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  R.  Gordon (attached)

    RAMC  – Maj.  H.J. Barnes, Capt.  G.S. Mansfield, Lt.  O.  Charles

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own V.R.  – Lt.  A.H.M. Cramer

    Loch’s Horse  – Capt.  H.B. Brown

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – C.  Dyson

    Nursing Sisters  – M.L. Babb & H.G. Hill

    Sick laying down, 7; convalescent, 180

    Wounded laying down, 11; convalescent, 8

    With the following on passage home: 

    2/Derby  – Maj.  F.C. Godley

    RHA  – Capt.  M.J.C. Dennis

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  R.H. Bridie

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  G.R. Wake

    Vol.  Co.  Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  J.F. Cutler

    2/DG  – 2/Lt.  F.W. Salmon

    Irish Guards  – Lt.  H.A. Stepney & 2/Lt.  J.D.F.D. Faskally

    3/E.  Lancs.  Regt.  – Lt.  B.J.F. Skeffington

    I.Y.  – Lt.  R.A. Johnson

    ASC  – Capt.  R.L. Cowper Coles

    RN  – Lts.  D.M. Hamilton & C.E. Bell

    Civil Surgs.  – W.  Turner, L.E.C. Handson, E.M. Thornton, A.  Elliott, A.P. Parker, J.  Hall Edwards, E.E. Richmond, A.E. Stevens, A.W.F. McFadden, M.  Dodd, L.K. Thomas, W.  Liversedge, & J.H. Wilett

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Timbrell, G.  Tillott, A.C. Rogers, M.C. Fisher, M.L. Loveday, F.B. Lambert, H.  Rooke, S.C. Macpherson, E.A. Lee & MB.  Lancaster

    The Revs.  – A.E. Day, & H.  Frease.

 

    The Hyades embarked, at Albert Docks ,  2 officers, 3 shoeing-smiths and 325 remounts and sailed for Queenstown where she will embark 175 more horses for South Africa .

    The Pembroke Castle arrived at East India Docks yesterday afternoon from the Cape with 115 destitute, deported foreigners.

    Tha Catalonia with 26 officers and 540 men, invalids, arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon.

 

       

London Times 12/04/01 (Friday)

p8b    The Catalonia arrived at Southampton yesterday bringing 32 officers, 23 ladies, and 613 men.  Maj.  E.J. Phipps-Hornby, V.C. was among the officers.

 

London Times 13/04/01 (Saturday)   

p12a & b    The Tagus left for England with the following on passage home:

    Vol.  Co.  Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  A.D. Mackinnon, Lts.  J.  Burn & J.  Campbell & 60 men

    Vol.  Co, R.  W.  Kent  – Capt.  G.  Morphew, Lts.  C.S. Merchant, & C.N. Watney & 112 men

    Vol.  Co.  Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  E.A. Jackson & Lt.  G.E.S. Smith and 66 men

    Vol.  Co.  Gordon Highlanders  – Lts.  A.M. Robertson, W.O. Duncan, & A.W. Robertson & 65 men

    Vol.  Co.  Border  – Capt.  J.  Thompson, Lts.  J.F. Haswell & A.  Lee & 98 men

    Vol.  Co.  Wiltshire  – Lt.  R.H. Kendle and 76 men

    1/London Vol.  Engineers  – Lt.  R.C. Weld and 40 men

    Vol.  Co.  Suffolk  – Lt.  G.H. Mason

    Vol.  Co.  Seaforth Highlanders  – Capt.  C.E. Johnstone, Lt.  W.C. Reid and 105 men

    Vol.  Co.  Welsh  – Capt.  R.W. Picton Evans , Lts.  G.B. Williams, F.H. Gaskell, and 96 men

    Vol.  Cheshire  – Capt.  S.  Thornely, Lts.  J.  Bates, & J.  Crofton & 102 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Warwick  – Capt.  A.D. Fleming, Lts.  G.H. Ducros, & A.P. Smith & 100 men

    Vol.  Co.  Derby  – Lts.  F.A.C. Wright, T.C. Newbold and 93 men

    Middlesex Vol.  Engineers  – Lt.  R.Q. Henriques and 22 men

    Indian Staff Corps  – Col.  C.M. Keighley

    1/Liverpool  – Maj.  S.  Wilcocks

    I.Y.  – Capt.  R.J. Few

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – M.H. Hayes

    For Duty on Voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  – F.E. Walker, H.  Baylin,

    Nursing Sisters  – A.B. Stephenson, & E.N. Bickardyke

    Rev.  H.  Pugh Jones

    Due Southampton Apr.  23.

 

    The Orient left Durban for England on April 4.  (with it seems to be invalids) The following were listed:   

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Capt.  Rowland

    2/Devon  – 2/Lt.  Spencer

    1/Welsh  – Capt.  Goldschmidt

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  Currey

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt.  Hamilton Grace

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Capt.  Evans

    1/Border  – Col.  Ovens

    5/Lancers  – Col.  Fawcett

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Manders

    Yorkshire  – Col.  Hoole

    RAMC  – Col.  Johnston, Lt.  Curran, Civil Surgs.  Adams, Burton & Indram

    Army Nurses  – Scott, Stow, Nabor, A.  Williams, B.  Williams & Rogers

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  Moody

    18/Hussars  – Col Moller

    3/R.  Irish  – Capt.  Johnson

    6/R.  Warwick  – Capt.  Dundas

    Sisters Anastasia & Alphones

    Invalids  – 583 men

    Due at Southampton April 25.

 

    The Manchester Merchant left for England on April 10, with the following on passage home:

    15/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  P.D. Holt

    R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  C.A. Bamford

    Leinster  – Capt.  A.G. Sharp

    Prince of Wales Light Horse  – Lt.  C.H. Temple

    N.S.W.  M.S.C.  – Lt.  J.A. Dick

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – W.L. Johnston

    Civil Surg.  – A.  Snowden

    Due Southampton on May 2.

 

       

London Times 15/04/01 (Monday)

p5c    Note: Court decision on mules to South Africa  - no injunction.

p10a    The Formosa left for England on April 10, with the following on passage home: 

    4/Derby  – Lt.-Col.  G.A.E. Wilkinson, Maj.  J.  Humber, Capts.  R.  Brittan, C.P. Piers, F.A. Cathcart, A.M.W. Mohun Harris, E.M. Wilmont & C.E. Hutton, Lts.  W.G. Johnson, H.S. Anderson, & W.N. White, 2/Lts.  T.B. Chatteris, & W.B. Lang and 455 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Welsh Fus.  – Capt.  F.M. Keene, Lt.  W.H. Jones, & 80 men

    Vol.  Co.  Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  B.  Head and 93 men

    Civil Surg.  S.W. Robinson

    Due Southampton May 7.

 

    The Gaul left for England April 10, with the following on passage home: 

    AOC  – Col.  R.F.N. Clarke

    4/Derby  – Lt. & Qm.  M.

    Due Southampton April 26.

 

    The Dunvegan Castle left Southampton Saturday evening for South Africa with a draft of yeomanry 140 men and 30 officers and a number of telegraphists.

   

    The Hyades, from London, arrived at Queenstown with 350 remounts.  She embarked 175 additional and sailed for South Africa .

 

London Times 16/04/01 (Tuesday)

p9b    The Manhattan left yesterday evening from Albert Docks for South Africa .  She carried 4 companies of M.I. and 357 remounts besides the following officers:

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.- Col.  W.H. Sitwell, commanding

    Derbyshire  – Lt. & Adj.  H.F. Watson, Lt.  the Hon.  H.W.W. Horsley-Beresford

    W.  Riding  – 2/Lt. & Qm.  A.  White

    6/Manchester  – Maj.  A.H. Bayley

    Highland L.I.  – Capt.  R.W. Ronaldson, Lt.  K.L. Buist, 2/Lt.  O.  Stevenson-Hamilton

    Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  H.O. Bishop

    R.  Fus.  – Capt.  H.  Newenham

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  C.A. Wilkinson, Lt.  P.C. Huth

    Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  A.C. Taylor

    KRRC  – Lt.  H.  Wake

    R.  Scots  – Lt.  L.K. Smith

    4/Essex  – Lt.  E.C. Watson

    She will call at Queenstown for 150 additional remounts.

 

    The following have previously left in the Dunvegan Castle:

    3/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lts.  R.W. Bate, Hon.  D.  Scott, O.  Duke

    R.  Highlanders  – 2/Lts.  N.A. Baillie-Hamilton & P.A. Duff

 

p10a-c        Note: Here long article on the Somaliland Campaign.

 

London Times 17/04/01 (Wednesday)

p10all and  p11a     London Gazette 16/04/01 South African Despatch & Lord Robert’s Report on the Field Transport.  Key to Communication, RAMC, Postal, Disembarcation, Railways, Hospital, Hospital Ships, ASC, AOD, Chaplains, Pay, Vet., Remount, Signal, MID.

 

p11c     Capt.  Johnstone & Lt.  Reid, Vol.  Serv.  Co.  Seaforth Highlanders did not embark in the Tagus due to Court-Martial Duty.  Lt.  Reid has since embarked in the Templemore, due Southampton May 4.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   17/04/01

p3    Dateline Port Elizabeth, Apr. 10.    The Englishman landed 14 officers and 382 men of the DG, Lt. Moncrieff in charge.  The St. Andrew has also arrived here with troops and horses from England.

 

p11    The Sunda arrived from England Monday with 900 troops commanded by Maj. Chris T. Sennett.

    The Suevic has also arrived here with 300 troops. She is on her maiden voyage to Australia.

    The Briton sails this afternoon for England with the following military passengers: Capt. Myburgh, Col. Hope, Col. Schermbrucker, Col. Gascoigne, (Mr. Rudyard Kipling and family) Capt. McCrum.

 

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 11.    The Metropolitan Mounted Rifles, 509 man, left here this morning for the Cape.  The 20th and last British contingent for the South African Constabulary also left here today for the Cape.

    Dateline London, Apr. 15.    The Manhattan sailed to-day with 543 M.I., 556 details and 336 remounts.

 

p25    The Saxon arrived from England yesterday with 879 I.Y. troops and "a large number of officers”.

 

p26    The Kildonan Castle has landed 1,860 troops at East London. Some seven hundred Hungarian horses have disembarked at the same port.

 

p30    The Saxon arrived at Cape Town on Tuesday morning and the following military were losted as passengers: Col. Sir T.H. Holdrich, Lt.-Col. Lambart, Surg.-Capt. Faichini, Capt. Rosser, Lts. Goldsworthy, Crane, Matthews, Witts, Simonds, Lynch-Coakley, stallard, Newser, Jackson, McLean, Cobb, Lake, Paramour and the following I.Y officers; Capts. Wallace, Hewlings, Allinson, & Shaw; Lts. Ward, Samuels, Aubert, Ford, Layton, Hunt, Zurcher, Bergheim, Taylor, Nesham, Handcocks, Goldfinch, Wingrove, Bathe, Craven, Hutchinson, Perkins, Gardner, Thompson, Inglis, Fenner, Caird, Vernon Yonge, Samson, Swan, Hobbs, Friend, De Guerin, Roberts, Guthrie, Blackford-Smith, Shaw, Knox-Little, Cove, Mellish, Load,  Inglis, Savory, Williams, Robinson, Harding, Thomas, Wade, Underwood, Logan, Goss, Cardinal Hartford, St. John, Whytehead, Swan, Boothby, Brown, Cross, Baines, Myring and 879 details.

 

       

London Times 18/04/01 (Thursday)

p5a    Dateline Port Elizabeth, April 16.    The Maplemore landed 400 officers and men of the Australian M.I. and R.  Australian Artillery here to-day.

 

p11a    The Templemore left for England April 13 with the following on passage home:     

    Vol.  Co.  Suffolk  – Capt.  G.F. Whitmore, Lt.  H.S. Marriott & 98 men.

    Vol.  Co.  Northampton  – Capt.  W.  Hughes, Lts.  W.B.S. Hickson, H.W. Jackson & 101 men.

    Vol.  Co.  Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  W.L. Reid & 4 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  J.D. Day, Civil Surgs.  A.  Pearson & C.W. Breeks

    Vol.  Co.  2/Somerset L.I.  – Lts.  J.R. Dawson, D.S. Watson & 83 men

    1/Vol.  Bn.  Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  J.B. Buchanan, Lts.  F.J.O. Mackinnon, H.  Forbes & 75 men.

    2/Yorkshire Vol.  R.E.  – Lt.  W.  Thompson & 24 men.

    Due Southampton May 4.

 

    The Harlech Castle left Southampton Tuesday with part of the 3/Scottish Rifles (2/R.  Lanark Militia), numbering 550 men under Lt.-Col.  G.  Farie.  Due to breakdown she returned Tuesday night and then departed last night.

 

p13a-d    Note:  Continues London Gazette from yesterday for M.I.D.

 

London Times 19/04/01 (Friday)

p11a    The Columbian left for England April 9  with the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  Worcester  – Capt.  W.B. Bucknall

    Rhodesian  – Lt.  C.W. Villiers

    RGA  – Capt.  E.  Davidson

    N.Z.  M.I.  – J.E. Montgomerie

    3/Liverpool  – Capt.  F.J. Austin

    3/Worcester  – Maj.  C.M. Edwards, Capt.  H.A. Lang

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.  W.T.E. Wallace

    Due Las Palmas April 26 & Southampton May 3

 

    The Manhattan left Queenstown yesterday afternoon with 19 officers, 522 men and 506 horses.  Col.  Sitwell in command.  She carried drafts from the following:     Sitwell’s M.I., RE, RAMC, & AOC.

 

       

London Times 20/04/01 (Saturday)

p12a-13d    Note:   More London Gazette continued.  Honours and Promotions etc.

 

p14a     The Nubia arrived in Southampton Water yesterday afternoon with the following invalids:

    2/GG  – Lt.  Swaine

    ASC  – Lt.  Young

    RA  – Capts.  Ziegler & Buchanan

    1/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Capt.  Le Mesurier

    1/Border Regt.  – Lt.  Sutherland

    R.  Scots Greys  – Lt.  Finlay

    Civil.  Vet.  Surg.  – McGill

    2/Berkshire  – Lt.  Hill

    Nursing Sisters  – Lambe & Lloyd

    RAMC  – Maj.  Patterson, Lt.  McDonsell, Civil Surg.  Skevington

    I.Y.  – Capt.  Hill

    1/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.-Col.  Hall

    2/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.  Bill

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  Delan-Osborne

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  Inglis

    1/S.  Stafford  – Maj.  Sears & Lt.  Curtis

   

    The Aurania arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with 1,051 officers and men.

 

London Times 22/04/01 (Monday)

p10a    The Dunera sailed from Southampton Saturday afternoon with a number of details for South Africa .

 

    The Aurania arrived Friday at Southampton with the following invalids  listed:

    8/Hussars  – Capt.  I.W. Burns-Lindow & Lt.  C.J. M’I.  Lomer

    3/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  H.A. Bagot Chester

    2/Bedford  – Capt.  G.E. F.  Fitzgerald

    1/Yorkshire  – Lt.  E.V.L. Wardle

    6/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  H.W.G.Dansey

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I. Capt.  P.G. Petavel

    2/Black Watch  – 2/Lt.  F.T. Murray

    2/R.  W.  Kent  – Lt.  G.D. Lister & 2/Lt.  H.D. Belgrave

    4/N.  Stafford  – Lt.  B.H. Wedgewood

    RAMC  – Majs.  G.  Coutts, T.B.A. Tuckey, H.J.R. Moberley

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.A. Powell, J.R. Harvey, F.D.J. Annesley & C.  Erle

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt.  R.P. Nicol

    RFA  – Lt.  G.H.C. King

    1/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  H.E. Reid

    W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  A.A. Fisher

    1/R.  Irish  – Maj.  A.N. Lysaght

    4/Yorkshire  – Lt.  W.H. Chapman

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Lt. & Qm.  J.  Cuttle

    3/Border  – Capt.  Hon.  A.E.C.J. Stourton

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Capt.  G.N. Colvile

    2/N.  Stafford  – 2/Lts.  G.F. Giffard & D.E. Hope

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  C.B. Chamley

    Army Pay Dept.  – Lt.-Col.  J.C. Stockley

    Natal Scouts  – Capt.  H.V. Woon

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  H.C. Fleming

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Capt.  C.W. Nesbitt

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  C.  Adamson

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt.  J.H. Walker

    S. Australian Bushmen  – Lt.  J.T. Dempsey

    W.  Australian M.I.  – Lt.  A.H. Barclay

    Rev.  R.H. Nash

    With the following on passage home: 

    RAMC  – Maj.  W.W. Pike

    Irish Guards  – 2/Lts.  H.F. Ward & Hon.  L.J.P. Butler

    Civil Surgs.  – T.  Stevenson, T.C. Letter Jones, T.H. Moyles, A.  Trethewy Hayden Brown, T.A. Hawkesworth, W.A. Hubert, J.W.E. Cole, R.C. Dunn, H.C. Brawn, G.A. Wraith, C. Campbell Jenkins.

    Nursing Sisters  – E.  Whistler, G.  Fletcher, A.W. Walkinshaw, F.A. Coates, E.L. Phillips, & S.  Bell.

    Revs.  – R.D. Machen & W.H. Fraser

    I.Y.  – Maj.  W,B, Mynors, Capts.  Sir Elliott Lees, & S.  Custance, Lts.  H.J.A. Eyre, C.S. Donnelly & A.F. Wright

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Maj.  S.  Jackson

    RGA  – Lt.  R.T. Russell

    South African L.H.  – Capt.  C.C. Davies

    Kaffrarian Rifles  – Lt.  R.E. Harris

    RFA  – Lt.  E.F. Johnson

    11/Hussars (?  5th Lancers)  – 2/Lt.  R.S. Mackenzie

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.  C.S.L. Lister

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – A.P. Hawes

    Civil Surgeon Alexander committed suicide on the voyage.  Buried at sea.

 

    The Winkfield left Woolwich Saturday with 350 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown for additional remounts.

 

       

London Times 23/04/01 (Tuesday)

p5a    Dateline Durban, April 22.    The British Princess arrived here to-day from Sydney and Albany with 416 Australian Volunteers.

 

p11b    The Winkfield has arrived at Queenstown with 350 horses.  She will ship an additional 150 horses here and sail at noon for South Africa .

 

London Times 24/04/01 (Wednesday)

p5b    Dateline Bombay, April 23.    The Hawarden Castle, with a number of Boer prisoners arrived here this morning.

   

p12a-c        Note: More Honours & Promotions, London Gazette

 

    The Canada left for England April 18 with the following invalids:

    14/Hussars  – Maj.  E.J. Tickell

    RFA  – Capts.  M.J.F. Fitzgerald, E.M. Connolly, 2/Lt.  H.M.T. Pym

    2/Bedford  – Capt.  E.A.S. Ely

    2/Worcester  – Capt.  B.K.W. Bacon

    1/KRRC  – 2/Lt.  W.S.W. Parker-Jervis

    1/ R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  E.A.A. de Salis

    RAMC  – Maj.  R.E. Kelly, Lt. & Qm.  H.W. Glover

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt.  J.S. Browne

    CIC Bodyguard  – Maj.  R.H.B. Magee

    Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  R.F.G. Penrose

    RHA  – Lt.  G.L. Butler

    4/R.  Fus.  – 2/Lt.  R.B. de B.  Hodge

    3/Norfolk  – 2/Lt.  H.  Burnand

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.-Col.  R.L. Payne

    3/W.  Riding  – Lt.  F.C. Stonor

    3/Durham L.I.  – Capt.  E.C. Sowerby, 2/Lt.  E.S. Curling

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  C.G.S. Martelli (?  R.G.H. Martelli)

    I.Y.  – Lt.  R.G. Cave

    Australian Bushmen  – Lt.  C.E.S. King

    4/Victorian Contingent  – Lt.-Col.  N.W. Kelly

    Prince of Wales L.H.  – Lt.  A.E. Gray

    Rev.  J.F. Prince

    Civil Surg.  G.  Mowat

    Nursing Sister F.M.G. Warrack

    Sick laying down, 130; convalescent, 446

    Wounded laying down, 14; convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home: 

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen.  Sir.  F.W.E.F. Forestier Walker, lt.-Gen.  N.C. Lyttelton, Lts.  R.O. Kerrison, C.E. Balfour, N.  St.  V.R. Stewart

    AOC  – Col.  G.R. Hobbs

    I.Y.  – Col.  R.F.T. Gascoigne, Lt.-Col.  E.  Frewen, Lt.  D.R. Rutledge

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt.  E.  Devonshire

    ASC  – Col.  L.A. Hope

    CIC Bodyguard  – Lt.  F.A.C. Mutter

    S.  Rhodesian Vols.  – Capt.  J.C. Jesser Coope

    21/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  A.P.W. Williams

    RAMC  – Capt.  P.  Evans

    Civil Vet Surg.  – T.  Bowhill

    Civil Surgs.  – L.H. Stephens, R.M. Geach, Charnley Smith, S.S. Warrack, C.A. Peters

    Nursing Sisters  – M.  Watson, B.  Turner, K.A. Chew, D.  Nealy, W.H. Crabtree,

    Rev.  W.A. Hewitt

    Due Madeira May 1, Southampton May 5.

           

    The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

    RFA  – Majs.  W.C. Staveley & A.S. Wedderburn, Capt.  C.  St.  L.  G.  Hawkes

    2/Worcester  – Lt.  C.  de F.  Myburgh

    1/Essex  – Maj.  J.F. Spencer

    ASC  – Lt.  F.  Alexander

    I.Y.  – Capts.  G.B. Richards & T.G. Pirie, Lt.  J.H. Wrigley

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Capt.  F.H. Soloman

    RGA  – Lt.  H.B.H. Johnson

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  R.L. Aspinall

    2/Hampshire  – Capt.  H.G.A. Banks

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  R.  Gordon (attached)

    RAMC  – Maj.  H.J. Barnes, Capt.  G.S. Mansfield, Lt.  O.  Charles

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own V.R.  – Lt.  A.H.M. Cramer

    Loch’s Horse  – Capt.  H.B. Brown

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – C.  Dyson

    Nursing Sisters  – M.L. Babb & H.G. Hill

    With the following on passage home: 

    2/Derby  – Maj.  F.C. Godley

    RHA  – Capt.  M.J.C. Dennis

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  R.H. Bridie

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  G.R. Wake

    Vol.  Co.  Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  J.F. Cutler

    2/DG  – 2/Lt.  F.W. Salmon

    Irish Guards  – Lt.  H.A. Stepney & 2/Lt.  J.D.F.D. Faskally

    3/E.  Lancs.  Regt.  – Lt.  B.J.F. Skeffington

    I.Y.  – Lt.  R.A. Johnson

    ASC  – Capt.  R.L. Cowper Coles

    RN  – Lts.  D.M. Hamilton & C.E. Bell

    Civil Surgs.  – W.  Turner, L.E.C. Handson, E.M. Thornton, A.  Elliott, A.P. Parker, J.  Hall Edwards, E.E. Richmond, A.E. Stevens, A.W.F. McFadden, M.  Dodd, L.K. Thomas, W.  Liversedge, & J.H. Wilett

    Nursing Sisters  – A.  Timbrell, G.  Tillott, A.C. Rogers, M.C. Fisher, M.L. Loveday, F.B. Lambert, H.  Rooke, S.C. Macpherson, E.A. Lee & MB.  Lancaster

    The Revs.  – A.E. Day, & H.  Frease.

    She also brought 1,000 time expired men.

 

p12e    Note: Gazette, Maj.  F.S. Maude.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   24/04/01

p22    The Hawarden Castle, with Boer POW has arrived at Bombay.

    The Pinemore will sail for South Africa on Saturday with 1,221 troops, including 900 SAC. The Aurania will follow on the 30th with 1,403 troops. (Also p25)

    R. Australian Arty. and 400 Australian M.I. have disembarked at Port Elizabeth.

 

p24    Here, a war honors list. Plumer - CB and others.

 

p25    The Carisbrook Castle sails for Englend today with the following listed: Gen. the Earl of Erroll, Maj.-Gen. Sir Hector Macdonald, Lt.-Col. Sir S. Crossley, Col. Watson Kennedy, Col. Egerton.

 

p26    The Bavarian has arrived at Cape Town with 1,700 officers and men, Col. Tamplin, in charge.

 

p27    The Carisbrook Castle sails from Cape Town  today with the following military passengers: Gen. the Earl of Erroll, Maj.-Gen. Sir Hector MacDonald, Lt.-Col. Sir S. Crossley, Col. Watson Kennedy and family, Lt. Clayton, Lt. Hoare, Maj. Crosse, Col. Egerton, Capt. W.H. Brown and family.

 

           

London Times 25/04/01 (Thursday)

p10a    The Gaika arrived at East India Docks yesterday afternoon with 59 destitute "undesirables” from South Africa .

 

London Times 26/04/01 (Friday)       

p10a & b    The Montrose sailed on the 24th for England with the following on passage home:      21/Lancers  – Capt.  Champion

    Nurses  – Heys, Gonegal, Morling, Neginald & Blair

    Vol.  Co.  York & Lancaster  – Lts.  Chalmer, Boyle, Moxon and 100 men

    I.Y.  – Lt.  T.Y. Cunningham

    CIC Bodyguard  – Lt.  Cross

    2/Scottish Rifles  – Capt.  Barton

    1/Border  – Lt.  Lyon-Campbell

    1/R.  Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Devenish

    4/Worcester  – Capt.  Hankey

    RAMC  – Maj.  Cummins, Lts.  Barkley, Taylor, Civil Surgs.  Edwards, Hinde, Gardner & Baskin

    Vol.  Co.  R.  W.  Surrey  – Capt.  De La Mare, Lts.  Herlot, McDonell and 87 men

    Vol.  Co.  Lancashire Fus,  – 1 man

    ASC  – Capt.  Conway Gordon

    18/Hussars  – Lt.  Bayford

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 2/Lt.  Ward

    RA  – Lt.  Stone

    Due Southampton about May 18.

 

    The Oriend arrived at Southampton yesterday morning and brought home 24 officers and 698 men.  Most were invalided home.

 

    The Hyanthes left Albert Docks last evening with 380 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown to embark 120 remounts.

 

London Times 27/04/01 (Saturday)

p13a        The St.  Andrew left for England April 22  with the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  Norfolk  – Capt.  W.  Diver, Lts.  B.H.L. Prior, B.M. Hughes, and 79 men

    Vol.  Co.  Lincoln  – Capt H.E. Newsum, Lts.  H.  Stephenson, T.L. D.  Dickinson and 86 men,

    Devon & Somerset Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  R.S. Payton and 17 men

    Sussex Vol.  Eng.  – 15 men

    Vol.  Co.  Bedford  – Capt.  A.L. Green & 95 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Highlanders  – Capt.  R.H. Millar, Lts.  H.K. Smith, E.  Tosh, A.  Valentine and 92 men

    1/Cheshire Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  R.L. Hutchinson & 17 men

    Aberdeen Vol.  Eng.  – 12 men

    For duty on voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  – W.J. Harding, G.R. Thomson

    Due Southampton May 17

 

London Times 29/04/01 (Monday)

p5c    Dateline Colombo, April 27    The Ceylon contingent from South Africa arrived here this evening (no ship mentioned, possibly the China, London to Sydney, called at Colombo Saturday)

 

p10a    The Lake Erie left for England April 23 with the following on passage home:

    Vol.  Co.  Liverpool  – Capt.  J.J. Thomas, Lt.  N.J. Mahony

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Stafford  – Capt.  G.W. Laybourn, Lts.  H.  Johnson, W.H. Ridge, E.T. Hodson

    Newcastle-no-Tyne Vol.  RE  – Lt.  G.C. Pollard

    R.  Welsh Fus.  – Maj.  W.R.H. Beresford

    3/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  J.A.G. Marshall

    2/R.  Sussex  – 2/Lt.  S.M. Castle

    RHA  – Lt.  A.B. Bethell

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Riding  – Capt.  E.  Dewhurst, Lt.  H.  Wilson

    Vol.  Co.  Hants  – Capt.  P.W. Seward , Lt.  A.F. Bonham-Carter

    Vol.  Co.  Oxford L.I.  – Capt.  M.J. Lathy, Lts.  C.A. Barron, L.C. Hawkin

    Staff  – Col.  A.E.W. Goldsmid

    Worcester  – Capt.  M.H. Nunn

    Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  H.H. Roche

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Hon.  H.A. Milles Lade

    Victorian Bushmen  – Vet.  Capt.  E.A. Kendall

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – A.H. Sugden, K.M. Molyneux, F.H. Pickett

    Civil Surg.  C.B. Whitehead

    Rev.  T.P. Moreton

    With the following invalids:

    4/R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  H.R. Feilden

    I.Y.  – Capt.  H.  Barlow

    4/Cheshire  – Lt. & Qm.  R.  McKay

    Army Pay Dept.  – Col.  W.B. Wade, Maj.  C.A. Bray

    3/W.  Riding  – Lt.  A.C. Adams

    Due Southampton May 17.

 

    The Pinemore embarked at Southampton Saturday 25 officers and 1,193 men for South Africa .  Included were:

    South African Constabulary  – 900 men

    I.Y.  – 119 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Sussex  – 100 men

    2/Cheshire Vol.  Eng.  – 48 men

    Details  – not numbered.  (?  26)

 

    The Hyanthes arrived at Queenstown Saturday and embarked a further 120 remounts for a total of 493.  She sailed at 1 p.m. yesterday.

 

           

London Times 30/04/01 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Tagus arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 27 officers and 1,031 men.  The following were listed:   

    Vol.  Co.  Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  A.D. Mackinnon, Lts.  J.  Burn & J.  Campbell & 60 men

    Vol.  Co, R.  W.  Kent  – Capt.  G.  Morphew, Lts.  C.S. Merchant, & C.N. Watney & 112 men

    Vol.  Co.  Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  E.A. Jackson & Lt.  G.E.S. Smith and 66 men

    Vol.  Co.  Gordon Highlanders  – Lts.  A.M. Robertson, W.O. Duncan, & A.W. Robertson & 65 men

    Vol.  Co.  Border  – Capt.  J.  Thompson, Lts.  J.F. Haswell & A.  Lee & 98 men

    Vol.  Co.  Wiltshire  – Lt.  R.H. Kendle and 76 men

    1/London Vol.  Engineers  – Lt.  R.C. Weld and 40 men

    Vol.  Co.  Suffolk  – Lt.  G.H. Mason

    Vol.  Co.  Seaforth Highlanders  – Capt.  C.E. Johnstone, Lt.  W.C. Reid and 105 men

    Vol.  Co.  Welsh  – Capt.  R.W. Picton Evans , Lts.  G.B. Williams, F.H. Gaskell, and 96 men

    Vol.  Cheshire  – Capt.  S.  Thornely, Lts.  J.  Bates, & J.  Crofton & 102 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Warwick  – Capt.  A.D. Fleming, Lts.  G.H. Ducros, & A.P. Smith & 100 men

    Vol.  Co.  Derby  – Lts.  F.A.C. Wright, T.C. Newbold and 93 men

    Middlesex Vol.  Engineers  – Lt.  R.Q. Henriques and 22 men

    Indian Staff Corps  – Col.  C.M. Keighley

    1/Liverpool  – Maj.  S.  Wilcocks

    I.Y.  – Capt.  R.J. Few

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – M.H. Hayes

    For Duty on Voyage:

    Civil Surgs.  – F.E. Walker, H.  Baylin,

    Nursing Sisters  – A.B. Stephenson, & E.N. Bickardyke

    Rev.  H.  Pugh Jones

    Due Southampton Apr.  23.

 

       

London Times 01/05/01 (Wednesday)

p12d    The Kelvingrove left Albert Docks yesterday morning with 390 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown for 110 additional remounts.

    The City of Vienna embarked,  at Southampton,  yesterday afternoon 3 officers and 172 men, most from the Duke of Cornwall’s L.I..  The following were listed:   

    Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  Elgar

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  Miles

    Devonshire  – 2/Lt.  Imbert Terry

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   01/05/01

p11    The Montrose left Durban Wednesday for England with 38 officers and 671 men, invalids and details.

    The Englishman sailed from Durban Friday for England with 22 officers and 256 men.

 

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 24.    The Hawarden Castle has arrived at Bombay with Boer POW.

    Dateline London, Apr. 28.     The Pinemore has sailed for South Africa with 1,218 men including 900 men for the South African Constabulary and a detachment of I.Y.

    Dateline London, Apr. 25.    The Montreal sailed today from New Orleans with 1,000 horses for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Apr. 30.    The Kelvingrove has sailed for South Africa woth 500 horses.

    Dateline London, Apr. 29.    The Dunottar Castle will sail for South Africa from Southampton , May 4, with 42 officers of the I.Y.

 

p25    Col. Hope is leaving for England today aboard Kinfauns Castle ( Mrs. & Miss Baden-Powell are also passengers).

 

London Times 02/05/01 (Thursday)

p5b    Dateline Madras, May 1.    The Roslin Castle landed a group of Boer POW here last night.  They are bound for Bellary by train.

 

p10a, b, & c    The Carisbrook Castle left for England April 24, with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen.  Sir.  H.  MacDonald

    Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.-Col.  T.F.A. Watson-Kennedy

    Lovat’s Scouts  – Capt.  Lord Lovat, Lt.  Sir A.J. Campbell-Orde

    I.Y.  – Brig.-Gen.  Earl of Errol, Lt-Cols.  Lord Harris, Sir S.  Crossley, Lt.  G.S. Clayton

    Cape Garrison Arty.  – Capt.  W.H. Brown

    Kimberley Mtd.  Corps  – Lt.  C.  Hoare

    Due Southampton May 10

 

    The Idaho left for England April 27 with the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  1/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  R.C. Hedley, Lts.  G.F. Fisher, W.E. Stephenson, A.  Reed and 108 men

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Wales Borderers  – Capt.  H.G. Kemmis, Lt.  F.G. Dawson, and 103 men

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Lancashire  – Capt.  B.  Musgrave, Lts.  G.  Hesketh, F.W. Foley, E.  Stowell, and 110 men

    Vol.  Co.  2/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  R.H.M.B. Atkinson, Lt.  J.W.G. Simonds and 99 men

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Stafford  – Capt.  H.S. Denton, Lt.  E.O. Wright, and 98 men

    Vol.  Co.  Highland L.I.  – Capt.  D.S. Morton, Lts.  J.  Shearer, J.  Kelso and 89 men

    RE  – Col.  F.W. Bennett

    Civil Surgs.  – W.O. Beddard and R.O. Moon

    Due Southampton May 19.

 

    The City of Vienna sailed from Southampton yesterday afternoon with 44 officers and 975 men.  The following were listed:   

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Maj.  J.  Campbell

    2/ K.O.R. Lancaster  – Maj.  G.C. Barton

    Gordon Highlanders  – 2/Lts.  G.R. Sawrey-Cookson, W.E. Murray

    3/Cameron Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  L.R.C. Douglas-Hamilton and 150 men

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  J.  Clarke

    4/Cheshire  – Lt.  J.  St.  Maur-Sheil

    S.  Lancashire  –   112 men

    Maj.  Henderson, (unit ?)

    Civil Surgs.  – Furness, Ellis, & McGrigor

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm Watkins and 35 men ( forming 25th Field Hospital)

    ASC  – 50 men

    Telegraph Bn.  R.E.  – 34 men Qm.  Sgt.  Barrow in charge

    Bridging Bn.

    Highland L.I.  – small draft

    Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  Elgar

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  Miles

    Devonshire  – 2/Lt.  Imbert-Terry

    Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 170 men

    Scot’s Guards  – 2/Lt.  the Earl of Dalhousie

 

    The Columbian arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  Worcester  – Capt.  W.B. Bucknall

    Rhodesian  – Lt.  C.W. Villiers

    RGA  – Capt.  E.  Davidson

    N.Z.  M.I.  – J.E. Montgomerie

    3/Liverpool  – Capt.  F.J. Austin

    3/Worcester  – Maj.  C.M. Edwards, Capt.  H.A. Lang

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.  W.T.E. Wallace

    Some "undesireables”

 

    The Manchester Merchant arrived at Southampton yesterday and had the following on passage home: 

    15/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  P.D. Holt

    R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  C.A. Bamford

    Leinster  – Capt.  A.G. Sharp

    Prince of Wales Light Horse  – Lt.  C.H. Temple

    N.S.W.  M.S.C.  – Lt.  J.A. Dick

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – W.L. Johnston

    Civil Surg.  – A.  Snowden

 

       

London Times 03/05/01 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 04/05/01 (Saturday)

p12b & c    The Englishman left for England April 30,  with the following on passage home:

    Vol.  Co.  Manchester  – Capt.  B.C.P. Heywood, Lts.  H.C. Darlington, P.  Bamford and 90 men

    Vol.  Co.  Scottish Rifles  – Capt.  J.R. Young and 73 men

    Vol.  Co.  Leicester  – Capt.  W.A. Harrison, Lts.  C.H. Jones, J.M. Curtois and 92 men

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  C.E. Wood, Lts.  W.  Henworth, H.D. Bousfield and 103 men

    Vol.  Co.  Lancashire Fus.  – Lts.  F.A. Woodcock, O.  Baron and 75 men

    1/Gloucester Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  E.E. Ricketts and 18 men

    Sussex Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  W.J. Henley

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  R.E. Golightly, Lt.  H.  De Treville

    South African L.Horse. – Lt.  R.  Turner

    Irish Guards  – Lt.  M.G. Crofton

    E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  F.S. Montague-Bates

    Civil Surg. –   A.C. Fry

    Civil Vet. Surg. – A.C. Richardson

    Due Southampton May 25

 

    The Templemore, with 15 officers and 395 men, arrived at Southampton yesterday.  With the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  Suffolk  – Capt.  G.F. Whitmore, Lt.  H.S. Marriott & 98 men.

    Vol.  Co.  Northampton  – Capt.  W.  Hughes, Lts.  W.B.S. Hickson, H.W. Jackson & 101 men.

    Vol.  Co.  Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  W.L. Reid & 4 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  J.D. Day, Civil Surgs.  A.  Pearson & C.W. Breeks

    Vol.  Co.  2/Somerset L.I.  – Lts.  J.R. Dawson, D.S. Watson & 83 men

    1/Vol.  Bn.  Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  J.B. Buchanan, Lts.  F.J.O. Mackinnon, H.  Forbes & 75 men.

    2/Yorkshire Vol.  R.E.  – Lt.  W.  Thompson & 24 men.

 

    The Kelvingrove, which arrived at Queenstown on Thursday night with 390 horses for South Africa , left yesterday morning after embarking 110 additional horses.

 

London Times 06/05/01 (Monday)

p10a & b    The Maplemore left for England April 29.  With the following on passage home: 

    I.Y.  – Maj.  W.E.T. Bolitho, Capt.  S.L. Parry, Lt.  F.M. Madam

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Kent.  – Lt.  W.G. Morris

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  V.  Munday

    1/Worcester  – Maj.  W.A. Lenox-Conyngham

    5/Manchester  – Lt.  D.M.S.R. Watters

    Western Province M.Rifles  – Lt.  C.F.P. Pilcher

    Kimberley Defence Force  – Lt.  Fradgley

    Due Southampton May 23

 

    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

    14/Hussars  – Maj.  E.J. Tickell

    RFA  – Capts.  M.J.F. Fitzgerald, E.M. Connolly, 2/Lt.  H.M.T. Pym

    2/Bedford  – Capt.  E.A.S. Ely

    2/Worcester  – Capt.  B.K.W. Bacon

    1/KRRC  – 2/Lt.  W.S.W. Parker-Jervis

    1/ R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  E.A.A. de Salis

    RAMC  – Maj.  R.E. Kelly, Lt. & Qm.  H.W. Glover

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt.  J.S. Browne

    CIC Bodyguard  – Maj.  R.H.B. Magee

    Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  R.F.G. Penrose

    RHA  – Lt.  G.L. Butler

    4/R.  Fus.  – 2/Lt.  R.B. de B.  Hodge

    3/Norfolk  – 2/Lt.  H.  Burnand

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.-Col.  R.L. Payne

    3/W.  Riding  – Lt.  F.C. Stonor

    3/Durham L.I.  – Capt.  E.C. Sowerby, 2/Lt.  E.S. Curling

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  C.G.S. Martelli (?  R.G.H. Martelli)

    I.Y.  – Lt.  R.G. Cave

    Australian Bushmen  – Lt.  C.E.S. King

    4/Victorian Contingent  – Lt.-Col.  N.W. Kelly

    Prince of Wales L.H.  – Lt.  A.E. Gray

    Rev.  J.F. Prince

    Civil Surg.  G.  Mowat

    Nursing Sister F.M.G. Warrack

    Sick laying down, 130; convalescent, 446

    Wounded laying down, 14; convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home: 

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen.  Sir.  F.W.E.F. Forestier Walker, lt.-Gen.  N.C. Lyttelton, Lts.  R.O. Kerrison, C.E. Balfour, N.  St.  V.R. Stewart

    AOC  – Col.  G.R. Hobbs

    I.Y.  – Col.  R.F.T. Gascoigne, Lt.-Col.  E.  Frewen, Lt.  D.R. Rutledge

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt.  E.  Devonshire

    ASC  – Col.  L.A. Hope

    CIC Bodyguard  – Lt.  F.A.C. Mutter

    S.  Rhodesian Vols.  – Capt.  J.C. Jesser Coope

    21/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  A.P.W. Williams

    RAMC  – Capt.  P.  Evans

    Civil Vet Surg.  – T.  Bowhill

    Civil Surgs.  – L.H. Stephens, R.M. Geach, Charnley Smith, S.S. Warrack, C.A. Peters

    Nursing Sisters  – M.  Watson, B.  Turner, K.A. Chew, D.  Nealy, W.H. Crabtree,

    Rev.  W.A. Hewitt

   

    The Royston Grange left Albert Docks Saturday morning with 350 remounts.  She is to call at Queenstown foe an additional 150 remounts.

 

       

London Times 07/05/01 (Tuesday)

p11b    The  Orotava sailed from Southampton yesterday with a total of 58 officers and 1,211 men.  Listed were:

    RAMC  – 100 officers and men

    Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  J.E. Park, 2/Lts.  C.A. Maitland, H.A. Ross, W.  Neish and 1 Co.  men, and 1 section.

    1/R.  Lancaster  – 2 sections

    3/Manchester  – 1 section

    Durham L.I.  – 1 section

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  C.H. Weston

    5/R.  Irish  – 1 section

    South Wales Borderers  – 1 section

    3/Oxfordshire L.I.  – Maj.  A.W.H. Good

    Hampshire & Isle of Wright Militia Arty.  – 154 men

    Norfolk Militia Arty.  – 126 men

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.-Col.  Hacket-Thompson, in command.

 

London Times 08/05/01 (Wednesday)

p9d    The Kildonan Castle left for England April 30.  The following invalids were listed:   

    17/Lancers  – Lt.  B.  Gourand

    RFA  – Capts.  C.H. Wood, W.  Evans, 2/Lt.  L.  Gascoigne

    5/R.  Warwick  – Capt.  H.E. Du C.  Norris

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  C.M.A. Samuda

    3/Yorkshire    –  Lt.-Col.  W.E.C. Ellis

    3/Yorkshire L.I.  – Maj.  A.G. Momber

    1/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  C.E. Southey

    ASC  – Capt.  F.B. Lord

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Capt.  R.  Mainwaring

    2/Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  W.A.C. Pilkington

    Rhodesian Field Force Arty.  – Lt.  H.  Meyrick

    18/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  D.M. King

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  H.  Graham

    3/GG  – Lt. & Qm.  W.J. Cook

    3/Norfolk  – Maj.  S.A. Snow

    1/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  F.G.O. Sanderson

    1/W.  Riding  – Lt.  H.J.L. Oakes

    3/N.  Stafford  – Capt.  G.L.T. Seckham

    1/R.  Munster Fus.  – Maj.  F.J. Penny

    I.Y.  – Maj.  G.F. Davis, Capt.  J.T. Lutley, Lts.  C.L. Bates, N.  Bigg, A.C. Doxat

    Civil Vet Surg.  – S.G. Chellew

    Sick laying down, 152; convalescent, 605

    Wounded laying down, 16; convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots  – Lt.  T.F.M. Williamson and 87 men

    Staff  – Col.  C.  Macgregor

    Vol.  Co.  2/R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  C.G. Henty, Lts.  G.E.H. Sheen, E.H. Hanks and 91 men

    Vol.  Co.  A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  A.J. Macarthur, Lts.  A.E. Stewart, R.L. Stevenson and 75 men

    R.  Sussex  – Capt.  T.F.M. Wisden

    ASC  – Lt. & Qm.  P.  Higgins

    RA  – Col.  C.M. Western

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  H.  Dewhurst

    Imperial L.H.  – Capt.  C.H. Mullins

    CG  – Surg.-Maj.  W.R. Crooke-Lawless

    RE  – Lt.  B.D. Blakeney

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – E.A. Bogart

    Civil Surgs.  – J.  Bruce, E.W.R. Crossland, H.W. Bruce, E.  Mitchell, & A.H. Kirkman

    Nursing Sisters  –   T.E. Dumbleton, A.  Grantham, B.  Huston, A.  Henderson, E.G. Dupont, E.  Andrews

    Revs.  – T.  Chapman, W.P. Legg

    Due Southampton May 17

 

    The Royston Grange with 500 horses left Queenstown yesterday and due to heavy weather put back in to Ringabella Bay to anchor.  She hopes to leave to-day.

 

p13a-f         Despatch from Lord Kitchener, L.G. Tuesday, May 7.  1901.  Situation and M.I.D.s Note: Capt.  G.P.T.  Feilding & Lt.  H.M. Pryce-Jones mentioned here col.  e.

 

p16a & b     Note chart here for casualties, total and Month of April 1901

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   08/05/01

p1    Dateline Durban, May 3.    The Manilla has arrived at Durban with 120 Boer POW and will take more, then to Bombay.

 

p21    Here War Honors from LG Apr. 19.

 

p22    The Saxon sails today with the following named military passengers: A. Milner, Col. Sir. William Ramsay-Fairfax, Maj. C.  Haseltine, Lts. Henley,  Marshall & Jamieson, Capt. A. Tucker, Maj. Cradock , Capt. Hutton,

    The Tantallon Castle grounded yesterday on Robben Island. The following were the mentioned military passengers: Capt. Buckley, Capt. Walter.

    500 Boer POW have arrived at Madras and will be dispatched to Bellary.(Roslin Castle, see page 24.)

 

p24    Dateline London, May 1.    The City of Vienna sailed today for the Cape with 44 officers and 975 men.

    Dateline London, May 2.    The Orotava has sailed for the Cape with 400 M.I. and 100 AMC.

    Dateline London, May 7.    The Orotava took out a total of 1,269 troops for the Cape.

       

London Times 09/05/01 (Thursday)

p15a    LG.  Tuesday May 7, Lord Kitchener’s Despatch continued.

 

London Times 10/05/01 (Friday)

p5e    Dateline Cape Town , May 9.  The Morayshire, with 730 officers and men on board, sails to-day for Australia.

 

p11a & b    No Dateline .  The War Office states that the Mongolian has embarked 18 squadrons of I.Y. for return to England.

    The Mohawk left Port Natal, May 8.  The following were listed:   

    2/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  Martin

    Vol.  Co.  Durham L.I.  – Capt.  J.  Turnbull, Lts.  H.  Bowes, J.R. Ritson, J.B. Bowman and 104 men

    Staff  – Col.  R.H. Martin

    Chaplain’s Dept.  – Revs.  Sweetman, Forrest

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Musgrave

    Vol.  Co.  KRRC  – Lts.  Davis, Wyld and 91 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  Main, Lt.  Kennedy and 73 men

    RAMC  – Majs.  Rickets, J.  Osburne

    Civil Surgs.  – Hunter, Collier & Davidson

    Nursing Sisters  – Cooley, Conyngham, Flowers, & Graw

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Moncrieff

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  Will- - - (unreadable)

    1/Essex  – Lt.  West

 

    The Formosa arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with near 700 officers and men from South Africa .  With the following mentioned on passage home:

    4/Derbyshire  – Lt.-Col.  G.A.E. Wilkinson, Maj.  J.  Humber, Capts.  R.  Brittan, 

 C.P. Piers, F.A. Cathcart, A.M.W. Mohun Harris, E.M. Wilmont & C.E. Hutton, Lts.  W.G. Johnson, H.S. Anderson, & W.N. White, 2/Lts.  T.B. Chatteris, & W.B. Lang and 455 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Welsh Fus.  – Capt.  F.M. Keene, Lt.  W.H. Jones, & 80 men

    Vol.  Co.  Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  B.  Head and 93 men

    Civil Surg.  S.W. Robinson

   

London Times 11/05/01 (Saturday)

p13a & b    The Mongolian left for England May 8,  with the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Col.  R.H.F.W. Wilson, Lt.-Col.  W.  Bromley-Davenport, Majs.  G.C. Ricardo, H.B. de La P.  Beresford-Pierse, Surg.-Maj.  H.  Manders, Capts.  L.G. Gisborne , J.E.B. Seely, G.  Lubbock, W.  Byron, L.E. Starkey, C.P. Crane, R.A. Maude, Lts.  H.C. Gardner, W.F. Martin, R.T. Whitehead, T.  Haig, F.J. Montgomery, T.A. Blake, Hon.  P.C. Evans-Freke, W.P. Jeffcock, G.  Wilson, H.F. Montgomery, W.H.F. Musgrove, Lt. & Qm.  T.  Humphreys, Surgeon Dresser J.S. Pascoe and 719 men from various companies.

    4/W.  Yorkshire  – Surg.  Lt.-Col.  J.  Walker

    4/Dublin Fus.  – Maj.  C.H. Tippett

    2/Highland L.I.  – Capt.  T.F. Murray

    RA  – Capt.  D.F. Nicholl

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – J.C. Young, A.B. Holland, W.J. Arkcoll

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.M. Wheatley

    12/Lancers  – Capt.  G.W. Hobson

    Vol.  Co.  Warwick  – Lt.  F.M. Chatterley

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  F.E. Ingall, F.B. Mudd

    Nursing Sisters  – M.  Coleman, E.W. Flanders

    Due Southampton June 1.

 

    The Carisbrook Castle arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the following on passage home: 

    Gen.  Sir.  Hector  MacDonald

    Lord Lovat,

    Gen.  Lord Errol, 

    Lord Harris,

    Lt.-Col. Sir Savile Crossley

    Others not listed, see departure Cape Town

 

    The Colombian left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 10 officers, about 150 men and 346 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown for more men and horses.

    The Greek arrived at Southampton yesterday evening and had on board a number of "undesirables”.

 

       

London Times 13/05/01 (Monday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 14/05/01 (Tuesday)

p5a    Dateline Durban, May 13.    The Gulf of Taranto, with 600 officers and men, has arrived here from Wellington.

    Dateline Cape Town , May 13.    The Hermes, from Buenos Ayres, with a cargo of Forage, is ashore in Table Bay.

 

p11b    The Columbian left Queenstown yesterday for Cape Town and Durban, She embarked 9 officers , 103 men and 337 horses.

 

London Times 15/05/01 (Wednesday)

p10c    The Morayshire left Cape Town , May 9, for Australia with the following on passage home: 

    3/W.  Australian Bushmen  – 62 men

    3/Victorian Bushmen  – Capts.  D.J. Ham, C.  Hill, Surg.  Capt.  J.  De B.  Griffith, and 139 men

    N.S.W. M.S. Corps  – Capt.  W.R. Cortis

    3/Queensland M.I.  – Maj.  W.H. Tunbridge, Capts.  R.B. Echlin, E.M. Hockings, J.R. Fowles, Lts.  R.H. Walsh, H.J. Harris, J.M. Hanly, E.H. Forest

    3/S.  Australian Bushmen  – 66 men

    1/Victorian Contingent  – Maj.  T.M. McInerney

    1/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Maj.  J.F. Thomas, Lts.  T.L. Mullins, R.E. Zouch, T.M. Moore, H.R. Pockley, A.W. Hutton, H.P. Airey, J.W. Hallett, F.J. Brownowski, Rev.  J.  Boardman and 258 men

    3/Queensland M.I.  – Lts.  C.  Abercrombie, C.  Brand and 156 men

 

    The Orient left Southampton yesterday with 33 officers and 661 men including 400 for the South African Constabulary, 5 officers and 115 men of the Scottish Vol.  Cyclist Co., 106 of the Vol.  Co.  Liverpool Regt.  with Capt.  Green of the 1/Derbyshire in command.

 

p12d    Note:  London Gazette, May 14.  Farquhar and Pryce-Jones mentioned here.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   15/05/01

p23    Here M.I.D.’s by Roberts for South African Forces.

 

p25    Yesterday the Dunera and Manhattan, from England, and the Ulstermore, from Australia via Durban , arrived at Cape Town .

 

p27    The Norman sails this afternoon for England with the following listed military passengers: Col. Smith Dorrien and an ADC., Capt. Hill, and Capt. Stroy.

 

           

London Times 16/05/01 (Thursday)

p6a & b    The Custodian sailed from Durban for England with the following:

    Vol.  Co.  Middlesex  – Capt.  Roche, Lt.  Bowers and 52 men

    Vol.  Co.  Devon  – Capt.  Speke, Lts.  Windeatt, Dart, Marshall and 84 men

    RFA  – Lt.-Col.  E.A. Burrows

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  Potts

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  Appleton, Lt.  Lewis and 85 men

    Vol.  Co.  Dorset  – Capt.  Kitson and 67 men

    Vol.  Co.  E.  Surrey  – Lts.  Longstaff, Maclean and 95 men

    Civil Vets.  – Flaimagan, Lynch

 

    The Oreana sailed with the following invalids:

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  J.A.G. Elliott

    RAMC  – Lt.  Forbes-Winslow

    1/Leicester  – Lt.  Parson Smith

    2/Manchester  – Lt.  Pierce

    5/DG  – Capt.  Glossop

    Imperial Bushmen  – Capt.  Holmes

    Queensland Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  Phelps

    2/S.Wales Borderers  – Lt.  Crawley

    2/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  Cameron

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  Sutton

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – White, Gilbert

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Lt.  Southey

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  Morley

    7/M.I.  – Capt.  Bedingfield

    Durham Arty.  – Col.  Ditmas

 

London Times 17/05/01 (Friday)

p11a & b    The Bavarian left for England , May 11, with the following were invalids:

    6/Dragoons  – 2/Lt.  L.E.G. Oates

    8/Hussars  – Lt.  Sir.  R.W. Levinge

    Staff  — Maj.  D.  Webb.

    RFA  – 2/Lt.  E.P. Beadwell

    RGA  – Lt.  F.  Sutton

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  St.  John Mildmay, Lt.  T.J. Wakley

    4/W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  D.A. Swainston-Strangways

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  H.A.N. Forte

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Maj.  R.M.O. Glynn

    1/R.  Sussex  – Maj.  H.H.M. O’Grady

    2/Hants  – Lt.  H.W. Savage

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  G.H.M. Bingham

    2/Berkshire  – Capt.  P.W. North

    6/Middlesex  – Lt.  T.E. Chisenhale-Marsh

    A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  C.P. Harrison

    W.  India  – Maj.  V.C. Clime

    Vet.  Dept.  – Capt.  J.  Young, Lt.  G.  Condor

    RAMC  – Maj.  C.C. Reilly, Lt.  E.P.  Hewitt, Nursing Sister C.  Harvest

    I.Y.  – Capts.  T.B. Boardman, R.  Brooke, Lts.  C.S.C. Finmond, J.V. Dunn, T.T. Whitwhurst, C.G. Doewra

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt.  H.R. Cholmondeley

    Sick laying down, 117; convalescent, 303

    Wounded laying down, 11; convalescent, 16

    With the following on passage home: 

    6/R.  Warwick  – Lt.-Col.  J.E.R. Campbell, Majs.  F.G.F. Browne, A.  Kelso, E.W. Dawes, Capts.  A.E. Williams, C.A. Madge, Lts.  C.F.P. Hamilton, H.  Norris, G.H.U. Lacon, J.C. Lancaster, Lt. & Qm.  W.  Hall and 726 men

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  H.J. Hall

    Queensland M.I.  – Lt.  R.  Sleight

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  L.M.V. Chawner

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  E.H. Swayne

    Gorringe’s Horse  – Lt.  C.T. Fulham

    5/R.  Fus.  – Lt.  L.  Morgan Smith

    2/Bedford  – Lt.  A.  Braithwaite

    RAMC  – Maj.  G.E. Moffet

    Civil Surgs.  – F.W.B. Fitchett, K.B. Alexander, S.  Wicks

    Nursing Sisters  – B.E. Caws, L.  Schroeder, H.M. Shaw, L.M. Tippets, E.M. Denny

    Revs.  F.H. Jones, J.  Fitzhenry

    Due Southampton May 30

 

    The St.  Andrew arrived yesterday morning at Southampton with 13 officers and 439 men. The following were listed:   

    Vol.  Co.  Norfolk  – Capt.  W.  Diver, Lts.  B.H.L. Prior, B.M. Hughes and 79 men

    Vol.  Co.  Lincoln  – Capt.  H.E. Newsum, Lts.  H.  Stephenson, T.L.D. Dickinson, and 86 men

    Devon & Somerset Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  E.S. Payton and 17 men

    Sussex Vol.  Eng.  – 15 men

    Vol.  Co.  Bedford  – Capt.  A.L. Green and 95 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Highlanders  – Capt.  R.H. Millar, Lts.  H.K. Smith, E.  Tosh, A.  Valentine and 92 men

    1/Cheshire Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  R.L. Hutchison, and 17 men

    Aberdeen Vol.  Eng.  – 12 men

    For Duty On Voyage  – Covil Surgs.  W.J. Harding, G.R. Thomson

 

    The Lake Erie passes Hurst Castle last night .  The troops will be landing this morning.

 

       

London Times 18/05/01 (Saturday)

p13a & b    The Chicago left for England , May 15,  with the following on passage home:      S.  Australian Bushmen  – Capt.  A.E. Collins, Lt.  C.M. Ives, Surg.-Lt.  F.D. Douglas

    2/Australian Bushmen  – Rev.  J.H.G. Auld   

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt.  L.  Holmes A’Court

    RAMC  – Lt.  R.W. Mitchell

    1/Australian  – 2/Lt.  H.B. Christie

    Victorian Bushmen  – Lt.  H.H. Sherlock

    RFA  – Maj.  H.  Guthrie Smith

    Vol.  Co.  2/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  H.  Beale

    Vet.  Dept.  – Civil Vet.  Surg.  W.D. Rees

    Due St.  Vincent may 31, Southampton June 6

 

    The British Princess left for England May 13,  with the following on passage home:

    3/Durham L.I.  – Majs.  G.T. Noel, H.P. Greenwood, Capt.  R.  Fielden , 2/Lt.  J.R. Wilkinson and 144 men

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  G.B.M. Rawlinson

    Remount Dept.  – Lt.  F.  Walter, G.J. Metcalf

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Capt.  B.  Duncan

    Vet.  Dept.  – Vet.  Surgs.  J.R. Crone, J.B. Cowx, F.C. Mahon

    RHA  – Maj.  C.E. Goulburn

    Edinburgh Militia Arty.  – Capt.  H.F.L. Locock

    3/Bedford  – Maj.  E.A. Haggard

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.R. Ewing

    Reserve of Officere  – Maj.  W.  Butler Creagh

    3/R.  Scots  – Maj.  Earl of Munster

    Civil Surg.  – E.  Horne

    Rev.  D.  McVarish

    Due Las Palmas May 29, Southampton June 5.

 

    The Lake Erie arrived at Southampton Water on Thursday night and landed her troops yesterday morning.  She had 34 officers and 517 men.  The following were listed:   

     Vol.  Co.  Liverpool  – Capt.  J.J. Thomas, Lt.  N.J. Mahony, and 91 men

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Stafford  – Capt.  G.W. Laybourn, Lts.  H.  Johnson, W.H. Ridge, E.T. Hodson and 104 men

    Newcastle-no-Tyne Vol.  RE  – Lt.  G.C. Pollard and 23 men

    London Engineers  – 18 men

    R.  Welsh Fus.  – Maj.  W.R.H. Beresford

    3/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  J.A.G. Marshall

    2/R.  Sussex  – 2/Lt.  S.M. Castle

    RHA  – Lt.  A.B. Bethell

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Riding  – Capt.  E.  Dewhurst, Lt.  H.  Wilson and 84 men

    Vol.  Co.  Hants  – Capt.  P.W. Seward , Lt.  A.F. Bonham-Carter and 99 men

    Vol.  Co.  Oxford L.I.  – Capt.  M.J. Lathy, Lts.  C.A. Barron, L.C. Hawkin and 89 men

    Staff  – Col.  A.E.W. Goldsmid, in command.

    Worcester  – Capt.  M.H. Nunn

    Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  H.H. Roche

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Hon.  H.A. Milles Lade

    Victorian Bushmen  – Vet.  Capt.  E.A. Kendall

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – A.H. Sugden, K.M. Molyneux, F.H. Pickett

    Civil Surg.  C.B. Whitehead

    Rev.  T.P. Moreton

    With the following invalids:

    4/R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  H.R. Feilden

    I.Y.  – Capt.  H.  Barlow

    4/Cheshire  – Lt. & Qm.  R.  McKay

    Army Pay Dept.  – Col.  W.B. Wade, Maj.  C.A. Bray

    3/W.  Riding  – Lt.  A.C. Adams

   

    The Montrose arrived in Southampton Water last night and will land troops this morning. She brings 30 officers and 850 men.  The following were listed:   

    21/Lancers  – Capt.  Champion

    Nurses  – Heys, Gonegal, Morling, Neginald & Blair

    Vol.  Co.  York & Lancaster  – Lts.  Chalmer, Boyle, Moxon and 100 men

    I.Y.  – Lt.  T.Y. Cunningham

    CIC Bodyguard  – Lt.  Cross

    2/Scottish Rifles  – Capt.  Barton

    1/Border  – Lt.  Lyon-Campbell

    1/R.  Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Devenish

    4/Worcester  – Capt.  Hankey

    RAMC  – Maj.  Cummins, Lts.  Barkley, Taylor, Civil Surgs.  Edwards, Hinde, Gardner & Baskin

    Vol.  Co.  R.  W.  Surrey  – Capt.  De La Mare, Lts.  Heriot, McDonell and 87 men

    ASC  – Capt.  Conway Gordon

    18/Hussars  – Lt.  Bayford

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 2/Lt.  Ward

    RA  – Lt.  Stone

 

p14b    Note: LG, 17 May.  Lt.  F.D. Farquhar is seconded for service with the Chinese Regt.  of Inf.

 

           

London Times 20/05/01 (Monday)

p12a , b & c     The Avondale Castle has left for England  with the following on passage home:

    Lanarkshire Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  J.  Lang and 16 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Fusiliers  – Capt.  W.S. Friedberger, Lts.  W.E. Reilly, A.A. Lyle and 52 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots Fus.  – Lts.  G.D. Porteus, J.  MacL.. Frew and 75 men

    Vol.  Co.  Sussex  – Lts.  A.F.A. Howe, B.D. Olier, H.  Rowe and 90 men

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Berkshire  – Capt.  A.F. Ewen, Lts.  B.J. Clarke, F.A. Simonds and 97 men

    Vol.  Co.  E.  Kent  – Capt.  G.  Gosling, Lts.  H.  Norfolk, R.F. Hubbard and 80 men

    Vol.  Co.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  M.H.L. Bell and 76 men

    Vol.  Co.  Gloucseter  – Lts.  J.H. Bryan, J.B. Carlisle and 94 men

    Vol.  Co.  Worcester  – Lts.  F.E. Button, J.A. Howard and 121 men

    Vol.  Co.  Essex  – Capt.  J.C. Lawrie, Lt.  W.  Bowra and 82 men

    I.Y.  – Capt.  C.H. Colvin, Lts.  the Hon.  L.A. Milles, N.P. Snowden, Lord Zouche, L.  Pelly, H.B. Magniac, J.H. Patterson, K.R.N. Speir

    60/I.Y.  – Capt.  R.L. Moore, Lt.  A.  McD.  Caldwell and 72 men

    76/I.Y.  – Lt.  W.L. Thursby and 65 men

    78/I.Y.  – 44 men

    23/I.Y.  – Capt.  A.W. Huntington, Lt.  F.B. Job and 53 men

    32/I.Y.  – Lt.  W.A.L. Fletcher and 50 men

    50/I.Y.  – Lt.  R.  Lamb and 60 men

    61/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  T.J. de Burgh, Capts.  H.C. Carden, L.H. Coles, Lts.  the Earl of Fingall, W.  Newton, E.O. Ward and 55 men

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.  Hunter

    Nursing Sisters  – W.J. Froneman, M.M. Hordern

    Due Las Palmas , May 31, Southampton June 6

 

    The Norman left for England May 16  with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen.  H.L. Smith-Dorrien, Lt.  C.H. Hood

    6/R.  Warwick  – Capt.  C.H.L. Beatty

    Paget’s Horse  – Lt.  Thomas

    Due Southampton May 31

 

    The Montrose arrived in Southampton Water Friday night and disembarked the troops Saturday morning.  She had on board, in addition to the Vol.  Cos.  of the York & Lancaster and the R.  W.  Surrey  Regts., 300 men for Aldershot, 179 for Woolwich, and 34 invalids for Netley.

 

    The Kildonan Castle arrived at Southampton on Saturday with 450 time expired men, 558 convalescents, 238 invalids for Woolwich, and 20 invalids for Netley.  The following were listed:     17/Lancers  – Lt.  B.  Gourand

    RFA  – Capts.  C.H. Wood, W.  Evans, 2/Lt.  L.  Gascoigne

    5/R.  Warwick  – Capt.  H.E. Du C.  Norris

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  C.M.A. Samuda

    3/Yorkshire    –  Lt.-Col.  W.E.C. Ellis

    3/Yorkshire L.I.  – Maj.  A.G. Momber

    1/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  C.E. Southey

    ASC  – Capt.  F.B. Lord

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Capt.  R.  Mainwaring

    2/Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  W.A.C. Pilkington

    Rhodesian Field Force Arty.  – Lt.  H.  Meyrick

    18/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  D.M. King

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  H.  Graham

    3/GG  – Lt. & Qm.  W.J. Cook

    3/Norfolk  – Maj.  S.A. Snow

    1/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  F.G.O. Sanderson

    1/W.  Riding  – Lt.  H.J.L. Oakes

    3/N.  Stafford  – Capt.  G.L.T. Seckham

    1/R.  Munster Fus.  – Maj.  F.J. Penny

    I.Y.  – Maj.  G.F. Davis, Capt.  J.T. Lutley, Lts.  C.L. Bates, N.  Bigg, A.C. Doxat

    Civil Vet Surg.  – S.G. Chellew

    With the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots  – Lt.  T.F.M. Williamson and 87 men

    Staff  – Col.  C.  Macgregor

    Vol.  Co.  2/R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  C.G. Henty, Lts.  G.E.H. Sheen, E.H. Hanks and 91 men

    Vol.  Co.  A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  A.J. Macarthur, Lts.  A.E. Stewart, R.L. Stevenson and 75 men

    R.  Sussex  – Capt.  T.F.M. Wisden

    ASC  – Lt. & Qm.  P.  Higgins

    RA  – Col.  C.M. Western

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  H.  Dewhurst

    Imperial L.H.  – Capt.  C.H. Mullins

    CG  – Surg.-Maj.  W.R. Crooke-Lawless

    RE  – Lt.  B.D. Blakeney

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – E.A. Bogart

    Civil Surgs.  – J.  Bruce, E.W.R. Crossland, H.W. Bruce, E.  Mitchell, & A.H. Kirkman

    Nursing Sisters  –   T.E. Dumbleton, A.  Grantham, B.  Huston, A.  Henderson, E.G. Dupont, E.  Andrews

    Revs.  – T.  Chapman, W.P. Legg

 

    The Manchester Merchant left Southampton Saturday with remounts.

 

    The Arundel Castle left Southampton on Saturday with 600 tons of war stores on board.

 

       

London Times 21/05/01 (Tuesday)

p11c    The Idaho arrived at Southampton yesterday morning.  The following were listed:         Vol.  Co.  1/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  R.C. Hedley, Lts.  G.F. Fisher, W.E. Stephenson, A.  Reed and 108 men

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Wales Borderers  – Capt.  H.G. Kemmis, Lt.  F.G. Dawson, and 103 men

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Lancashire  – Capt.  B.  Musgrave, Lts.  G.  Hesketh, F.W. Foley, E.  Stowell, and 110 men

    Vol.  Co.  2/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  R.H.M.B. Atkinson, Lt.  J.W.G. Simonds and 99 men

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Stafford  – Capt.  H.S. Denton, Lt.  E.O. Wright, and 98 men

    Vol.  Co.  Highland L.I.  – Capt.  D.S. Morton, Lts.  J.  Shearer, J.  Kelso and 89 men

    RE  – Col.  F.W. Bennett

    Civil Surgs.  – W.O. Beddard and R.O. Moon

    Two men died on the voyage.

 

London Times 22/05/01 (Wednesday)

p12d & e    The Ulstermore left for England May 15  with the following on passage home:

    3/Durham L.I.  – Maj.  E.S.V. Grimshawe, Capts.  H.  Sowerby, L.E. Walker, H.F. Low, C.O. Greenwell, F.H.S. Sitwell, Lt.  C.  Wilson, 2/Lts.  C.  Leather, H.  Richardson, F.H. Fawkes, Qm.  W.Y. Splaine and 342 men

    4/Durham L.I.  – Capts.  C.C. Scott, S.M. Rowlandson

    1/N.  Lancashire – Capt.  G.C. Knight

    W.  Australian Bushmen  – Capt.  H.R. Hurst, Lt.  C.H. Ord.

    Militia Medical Staff Corps  – Lt.  J.  Davies

    Due Southampton June 13.

 

    The Templemore left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with a number of Hussars, Lancers and other details with 292 horses.  She will call at Queenstown for additional 150 horses.

 

    The Nairnshire, with 3 officers and 4 shoeing smiths left Victoria Dock yesterday afternoon for Fiume, to embark upwards of 600 remounts for South Africa .

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   22/05/01

p4    The Dunvegan Castle has arrived here from East Coast ports with the following military passengers: Sgt.-Maj. Walling, S.-Sgt. Fowkes , 1 Cpl. and 11 Ptes.

    The Pinemore arrived Monday with 1,221 officers and men including 900 SAC, 122 I.Y. 2nd Cheshire Eng. Vols., & R. Sussex Vol. Co.

 

p24    Dateline London, 21 May.    The Templemore has sailed for the Cape with remounts and drafts for Hussars and Lancers.

    Dateline London, 14 May.    The Orient has sailed for the Cape with a Vol. Co. King’s Liverpool Regt., 400 SAC., 120 Scottish Cyclist Vols.

 

p26    The Dunvegan Castle sails this afternoon for Southampton with the following military passengers: Maj. Kemp & wife, Col. Herbert, Pte. W.W. Black,

 

London Times 23/05/01 (Thursday)

p10b    The Englishman arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

    Vol.  Co.  Manchester  – Capt.  B.C.P. Heywood, Lts.  H.C. Darlington, P.  Bamford and 90 men

    Vol.  Co.  Scottish Rifles  – Capt.  J.R. Young and 73 men

    Vol.  Co.  Leicester  – Capt.  W.A. Harrison, Lts.  C.H. Jones, J.M. Curtois and 92 men

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  C.E. Wood, Lts.  W.  Henworth, H.D. Bousfield and 103 men

    Vol.  Co.  Lancashire Fus.  – Lts.  F.A. Woodcock, O.  Baron and 75 men

    1/Gloucester Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  E.E. Ricketts and 18 men

    Sussex Vol.  Eng.  – Lt.  W.J. Henley

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  R.E. Golightly, Lt.  H.  De Treville

    South African L.Horse. – Lt.  R.  Turner

    Irish Guards  – Lt.  M.G. Crofton

    E.  Surrey  – 2/Lt.  F.S. Montague-Bates

    Civil Surg. –   A.C. Fry

    Civil Vet. Surg. – A.C. Richardson

   

p13d & e    Note.  Chart showing strength and casualties to 1 May 1901.

 

London Times 24/05/01 (Friday)

p11b    The Canada embarked at Southampton yesterday 40 B.S.A. Police, 21 South African Constabulary, 5 officers and 104 men of the Vol.  Cyclists, and 35 officers and 36 men details.  Maj.  Dugdale, I.Y. in command.

 

London Times 25/05/01 (Saturday)

p13a & b     The Maplemore arrived at Southampton yesterday morning  with the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Maj.  W.E.T. Bolitho, Capt.  S.L. Parry, Lt.  F.M. Madam

    Vol.  Co.  W.  Kent.  – Lt.  W.G. Morris

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  V.  Munday

    1/Worcester  – Maj.  W.A. Lenox-Conyngham

    5/Manchester  – Lt.  D.M.S.R. Watters

    Western Province M.Rifles  – Lt.  C.F.P. Pilcher

    Kimberley Defence Force  – Lt.  Fradgley

 

    The Templemore left Queenstown last evening with 140 horses

 

       

London Times 27/05/01 (Monday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 28/05/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 29/05/01 (Wednesday)

p10d    Note: LG 28/05/01, Maj.  F.S. Maude appointed Mil.  Sec.  to the Right Hon.  G.J., Earl of Minto, G.C.M.G. Governor-General of the Dominion of Canada.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   29/05/01   

p4    The Dunottar Castle arrived at Cape Town on Wednesday. The following military passengers were listed: Maj. Allen, Capt. Keown Boyd, Lts. Barnes, Bowly, Bishop, Corrie, Cooke, Christie, Apthorp, Ashe, Craig, Dunn, Dickson, Knight, Eaton, Parsons, Garland, Puiss, Rowan, Foreman, Gilmore, Hodgson, Keate, Kerwin, Jacks, Lydaid, Linlott, Leoch, Morley, McLeod, McLeon, Trevor Roper, Stephenson, Skerring, Simpson, Thompson, White, A. Way, Williams, Whittaker, Wagner, and  Wyllie.

 

p11    Capt. E.E.B. Bruno, Army Pay Dept. arrived here Wednesday by the City of Vienna.

 

    The City of Vienna arrived here with 2 officers and 112 men of the S. Lancashire Regt., 5 officers and 150 men of the Gordons, 5 officers and 35 men of #25 Field Hospital, RAMC, 50 men ASC, and details of RE and HLI. Also Capt. Elgar, Somerset L.I., Lt. Miles, Shropshire L.I., 2nd Lt. Imbert-Terry, Devons and a draft of 170 men of D.C.L.I.

    The Kenmore also has arrived with military stores.

 

p26    The Braemar Castle sailed for England this afternoon with Sir P. Girouard as a  passenger.

    The Briton arrived Table Bay yesterday afternoon with the following military passengers: Capt. Jenner.

 

London Times 30/05/01 (Thursday)

p4c    The Dunvegan Castle left for England May 22  with the following on passage home:

    17/Lancers  – Lt.-Col.  E.B. Herbert

    10/Hussars  – Capt.  the Hon.  T.W. Brand

    Reserve of Officers  – E.P.W. Cobb

    I.Y.  – Maj.  G.  Kemp, Capts.  F.S. Bretherton, E.E. Richardson

    Queenstown Rifle Vols.  – Capt.  W.B. Scott

    South African Constabulary  – Maj.  Sykes

    Due Southampton June 7

 

    The St.  Andrew embarked at Southampton yesterday the following:

    RAMC  – Maj.  Thomas and 110 officers and men

    Signallers from various Regts.  – 90 men

    1/R.  Berkshire  – Lt.  A.G. Macdonald

    3/DG  – 1 Sqdn.

    Remounts  – 260

    She will embark more remounts and details at Queenstown.

 

    The Lake Erie left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 15 officers and 151 men and 302 remounts.  Most troops were from 1 & 7/ DG and AOC.

 

London Times 31/05/01 (Friday)

p8a & b    The Wakool left Point Natal for England May 27 with the following invalids:

    KRRC  – Maj.  Beaumont

    1/W.  Yorkshire  – Maj.  Heigham

    5/R.  Fusiliers  – Capt.  Warren

    Lancs. Militia Arty.  – Capt.  Budd

    RA  – Lt.  Schlesinger

    7/Rifle Brig.  – Lt.  Hale

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  Thompson

    Civil Surgs.  – Degrotte, Hatch

    Nursing Sisters  – Newton, Farrar, Camp

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – Crosby, Waugh, Wadsworth, Barnhart, Cole

    Chaplain Mercer

    Schoolmaster Arthur

 

    The Assaye left for England  May 24 with the following invalids:

    RHA  – Col.  H.B. Jeffreys

    Intelligence Dept.  – Lt.  G.E. Craig

    6/Dragoons  – Capt.  J.C.A. Austice

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  W.W. Llewellyn

    3/S.  Wales Borderers  – Capt.  R.F. Gunter

    1/S.  Stafford  – 2/Lt.  S.  Bonner

    2/R.  Berks  – Lt.  C.G. Carter

    1/ A & S Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  R.G.P. Wymer

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  T.  Hazlerigg

    1/R.  Munster Fus.  – Lt.  J.C. Dick

    RAMC  – Majs.  H.J. Wyatt, A.  Wright

    Army Pay Dept.  – Maj.  R.A. Vowell

    3/DG  – Lt.  D.B. Parry

    9/Lancers  – Lt.  J.S. Duckett

    2/R.  Fusiliers  – Capt.  G.S. Guyon

    2/Bedford  – Lt.  A.C.T. Veasey

    4/Worcester  – 2/Lt.  L.F.A. Cochran

    4/S.  Stafford  – Lt.  G.C. Deans

    7/KRRC  – Capt.  J.  Spottiswoode

    ASC  – Lt.-Col.  F.S.C. Hare, Majs.  A.P. Welman, E.F.J. Blakeney, Lt.  E.  Dayrell

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  R.H.W. Hughes

    Scottish Horse  – Capt.  W.J. Boggie

    Prince of Wales’s  L.H.  – Lt.  R.  Anderson

    S.A. Constabulary  – Lt.  H.O. Pugh

    Nursing Sister  – M.J. Spencer

    Sick laying down, 112; convalescent, 255

    Wounded laying down, 9; convalescent, 9

    With the following on passage home: 

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen.  H.H. Settle, Maj.  F.  Wintour

    Vol.  Co.  E.  Yorks  – Capt.  J.  Mortimer and 89 men

    13/I.Y.  – Lts.  R.T. Jones, G.A. Onslow, F.R. Benson, Vet.  Capt.  T.M.P. Parker and 58 men

    14/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  F.C. Meyrick, Lt.  R.C. Carr, Surg.  Capt.  P.  Davidson and 56 men

    15/I.Y.  – Capt.  E.  Vaux, Lt.  J.R. Renwick and 61 men

    16/I.Y.  – Lt. & Qm.  E.A.S. Gell and 35 men

    RFA  – Maj.  A.E. Butcher

    N.S.W. Inf.  – Capt.  G.S. Cape.

    ASC  – Capt.  L.  Williams

    Prince Alfred’s Vol.  Gds.  – Lt.  W.B. Everton

    Civil Surgs.  – E.R. Hill, J.P.M. Casey, T.B. Sherwin, O.  Williams, J.  Davidson, J.  Owen

    Nursing Sisters  – L.  Campbell, F.M. Morris, M.  Goldsmith, P.  Ahnelt, A.  Horne

    Revs.  – J.H. Hornig, M.H. Boden

    Due Las Palmas June 7, Southampton June 12.

 

    The Mohawk arrived at Southampton yesterday with 22 officers and over 700 men, including Vol.  Cos.  of the Durham L.I., King’s Royal Rifles, and R.  Lancashire Regt.

 

       

London Times 01/06/01 (Saturday)

p12b    The Tintagel Castle left for England May 25  with the following on passage home:

    6/I.Y.Bn  – Capt.  A.  Coates, Lts.  W.P. Donaldson, D.A. Wauchope and 169 men

    7/I.Y.Bn  – Capt.  H.W. Harris, Lt.  A.C.E. Locke and 46 men

    8/I.Y.Bn  – 64 men

    9/I.Y.Bn  – 19 men

    10/I.Y.Co  – Capt.  H.H. Wilson, Lt.  D.  Turner and 46 men

    2/I.Y. Bn  – Capts.  A.W. Daniel, C.S. Paulet, Lts.  S.  Reynolds, H.C.C. Beaumont, M.  Hunt & Surg.-Lt.  J.B. Clark

    5/I.Y.Co  – 39 men

    21/I.Y.Co  –55 men

    22/I.Y.Co  – 42 men

    33/I.Y.Co  – 58 men

    10/I.Y.Bn  – Col.  W.A.W. Lawson, Capts.  A.  Butler, H.  Connop, P.  Perceval, Lts.  R.S. Britten, C.  Sims and Surg.-Capt.  C.  Hopkinson

    37/I.Y.Co  – 64 men

    38/I.Y.Co  – 55 men

    39/I.Y.Co  – 51 men

    40/I.Y.Co  – 50 men

    52/I.Y.Co  – Lt.  R.L. Sergeantson and 34 men

    19/I.Y.Bn  – Lt.  J.C. Williamson and 8 men

    51/I.Y.Co  – Col.  H.  Paget, Lts.  A.  Roddick, L.C. Larking, Surg.-Capt.  L.J. Weatherbe, Vet.-Lt.  A.E.G. Batt and 46 men

    50/I.Y.Co  – Capt.  A.C. Nicholson and 13 men

    68/I.Y.Co  – Lt.  E.F.H. Evans and 58 men

    Details  – Maj.  J.H.W. Ayton, Capt.  the Hon.  W.E. Guinness, Lts.  C.C. Mahony, L.E. Pilkington, E.H. Jarvis, C.  Waddell, E.F. St.J. St.  John and 110 men

    With the following also on passage home:

     Reserve of Officers  – Maj.  A.A.W.B. Bright-Smith, Lt.  E.D.H. Dally

    3/Scottish Rifles  – Surg.-Lt.-Col.  A.M. Adams

    2/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  C.  Nelson

    1/Dorset Vol.  Arty.  – Lt.  R.  Lano

    4/Oxford L.I.  – Lt.  F.R. Bulkeley

    R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  D.J. Twomey

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  G.C. Grahame

    1/Lincoln Vol.  Arty.  – Lt.  H.H.A. Errington Josse

    21/Lancers  – Lt.  H.  Boyd Rochfort

    Civil Surgs.  – W.M. Parham, J.P. Brown

    Nursing Sisters  – T.  Mason, S.M. Stanford

    N.S.W. Military Forces  – The Rev.  F.  Timothy

    The Rev.  J.  Darragh

    Due Las Palmas June 9, Southampton June 15

 

    The Norman arrived at Southampton yesterday evening.  Among the passengers was Maj.-Gen.  Smith-Dorrien

 

    The Bavarian arrived at Southampton yesterday with 9 officers and 726 men of the 6/Warwick Regt., in addition to a large number of other officers and invalids.

 

London Times 03/06/01 (Monday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 04/06/01 (Tuesday)

p5c    Dateline Madras, June 3.     A Transport (No name given) with 500 Boer prisoners arrived here to-day.  The prisoners were despatched to Trichinopoly in the evening by rail.

p6b    The British Princess arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 19 officers and 386 men.  1 death on voyage.  no other details.

 

London Times 05/06/01 (Wednesday)

p10c    The Armenian left Cape Town May 29 for Bermuda with 936 Boer Prisoners and the following:

    2/Warwickshire  – Maj.  G.D. Armstrong, Lts.  J.E. Leigh, C.D.H. Moore, N.P. Clarke, 2/Lt.  R.G. Shuttleworth and 184 men.

    RAMC  – Lts.  H.M. Nicholls, L.N. Lloyd and 18 men

    With the following invalids for England:

    6/R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  W.F.C. Garstin

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  G.  Aylmer

    3/Royal Scots  – Lt.  E.F. Penn

    I.Y.  – Lt.  W.M. Cameron

    With the following on passage home: 

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots  – Capt.  R.W. Campbell

    Civil Surg.  J.G. Green

    Due St.  Vincent June 20, Bermuda, July 3, and on to Southampton 

  

    The Montrose embarked at Southampton the 5/R.  Fusiliers with 23 officers and 600 men commanded by Lt.-Col.  H.B. Weatherall also Maj.  F.de C.  Herbert, Maj.  F.T. Scoones & Lt.  Sutton.  Also embarking was the 5/Lancashire Fus.  nearly 1,000 strong with Lt.-Col.  F.F. Mackenzie in command and Majs.  H.S. Lockhart-Ross, H.C. Westropp & Lt.  Bowes as Qm.

   

    The Idaho left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 4 officers and 108 men of the 10/Hussars.  She took out 148 horses and will call at Southampton  for an additional 600 troops.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   05/06/01 

p11    The Hawarden Castle left England Monday with 776 officers and men of the 8th I.Y. for South Africa .

    The Tagus, with troops arrived Wednesday night. The Roslin Castle, after making a trip to Bombay with Boer POW has returned here. Two ships with stores and forage, Pharsalia  from St. John and Aldworth from Buenos Ayres, arrived here yesterday.  The Wakool, with invalids and time expired men has left for Southampton .

 

p24    Dateline London, June 4.    A transport with 500 Boer POW arrived at Madras yesterday. POW to be sent to Trichinopoli.

       

London Times 06/06/01 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 07/06/01 (Friday)

p11a & b    Note Here: Casualty table to May 1901.

 

    The Manhattan left for England June 1  with the following on passage home:

    4/Scottish Rifles  – Col.  A.H. Courtenay, Lt.-Col.  M.G. Jihnstone, Maj.  H.  Chavasse, Capts.  H.M. Clifford, C.M.S. Henning, A.R.C. Littledale, D.  Blaikie-Hislop, C.J. Lynch, V.A. Blake, D.C. Burns-Macdonald, H.H. Smith, A.F. Townshend, R.W. Mellish, Lts.  M.H.D. Thomson-Carmichael, R.W.B. Murphy, R.  Glossop, B.  Maxwell-Heron, W.  Taylor and 429 men

    1/Scottish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  A.H. Seagrim

    2/Highland L.I.  – Capt.  T.K. Gardiner

    Civil Surgs. – A.G. Trinder, E.  Mansel

    Dur Southampton June 25.

 

    The Chicago arrived in Southampton Water last evening.

 

London Times 08/06/01 (Saturday)

p7a    Dateline Cape Town , June 7.    The Roslin Castle will sail Monday for Melbourne  with 400 Bushmen.

 

p12a & b.    The Simla left Port Natal, June 5, for England.  The following were listed:   

    R.  Scots Greys  – Lt.  Burch

    14/Hussars  – Lt.  James

    RE  – Maj.  Morgan, Lt.  Goldney

    2/E.  Surrey  – Lt.  Fletcher

    1/York & Lancaster  – Capt.  Thurnall

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  British, Lt.  Findlay

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Arkwright

    1/Suffolk  – Capt.  Yeates

    2/Dorset  – Capt.  Ingham

    Menne’s Scouts  – Lt.  Stuart

    RAMC  – Col.  Baker, Civil Surgs.  Cotterall, Robinson, Johnson, Bruce

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  Pratt

    2/W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  Bartrum, Lt.  Porch

    2/GG  – Lts.  Jeffreys, Boswell

    2/Worcester  – Lt.  Hamilton

    Railway Pioneer  – Lt.  McBean

    2/SG  – Lt.  Maclean

    Army Nursing Serv.  – Walker, Cheetham, Ward

    2/Hampshire  – Maj.  Buckley

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  Rose

    Victorian Rifles  – Lt.  Beatty

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Gordon

    1/Liverpool  – Lt.  Docker

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  Murphy

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Capt.  Braithwaite, Lt.  Best

    RA  – (?)  Priston

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Clement

    N.Z.  M.R.  – Capt.  Neill

    Civilian  – Mr.  Mackinley

    Due Las Palmas June 24, Southampton July 1

 

    The Montford left Port Natal, June 5, with the following:

    2/Middlesex  – Col.  Hill, Maj.  Blake

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  Marrable, Lt.  Milnes

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  Hodge, Hott

    5/Worcester  – Capt.  Edmondes

    Durham Militia Arty.  – Capt.  Constable

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Civil Vet.  Surgs.  Butcher, Hingston, Edwards, Hoggan, MacLean

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt.  Dickson, Lt.  Formby

    S.  Lancashire Vol.  Co. – Lt.  Cary

    W.Surrey Vol.  Co.  – Lt.  Carr

    Army Nurse Serv.  – Clarke, Hill, Lamperier, Naylor

    Kent Militia Arty.  – Lt.  Hoare

    Due St.  Vincent June 27, Southampton July 8.

 

    The Custodian arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    Vol.  Co.  Middlesex  – Capt.  Roche, Lt.  Bowers and 52 men

    Vol.  Co.  Devon  – Capt.  Speke, Lts.  Windeatt, Dart, Marshall and 84 men

    RFA  – Lt.-Col.  E.A. Burrows

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  Potts

    Vol.  Co.  S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  Appleton, Lt.  Lewis and 95 men

    Vol.  Co.  Dorset  – Capt.  Kitson and 67 men

    Vol.  Co.  E.  Surrey  – Lts.  Longstaff, Maclean and 95 men

    Civil Vets.  – Flaimagan, Lynch

 

    The Chicago arrived at Southampton Water overnight and docked yesterday morning.  She landed 11 officers and 350 men.

 

   

London Times 10/06/01 (Monday)

p10a & b    The Hawarden Castle left for England June 3,  with the following on passage home:

    2/I.Y.  – Lt.  L.G. Fletcher

    6/I.Y.  – Lts.  J.J. Bell, J.R. Ramsay, H.S. Pullar

    7/I.Y.  – Col.  P.J. Browne, Capts.  R.C. Batley, T.R. Symons, Lt.  G.A.C. Thynne, Vet. Lt.  J.  Rowe

    8/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  A.P. Crawley, Capts.  H.J. Williams, W.H. Parkin, Lts.  E.G. Facey, J.G. Elliott Wood

    9/I.Y.  – Lt.  L.  Temworth

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  E.J. Cory, Lt.  A.T. Clark

    15/I.Y.  – Lt.  the Hon.  E.  Thesiger

    17/I.Y.  – Capt.  R.B. Muir, Lts.  Sir F.F.C. Fowke, H.T. Munn

    18/I.Y.  – Capts.  C.C. Macdowell, F.G.W. Jones, C.W. Warden, J.C. Ward, Surg.-Capt. H.  Whyte, Lts.  C.  Rangford, J.H. Torrance, W.N. Clark, A.E. Borthwick, F.R. King-Hall, Lt.-Qm.  J.A.G. Hamilton

    19/I.Y.  – Maj.  G.T.C. Paget

    16/Lancers  – Capt.  M.L. Mcewen

    Plymouth Mil.  Sub-Miners  – Capt.  J.H. Prior

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  C.  Hoffman

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  T.H. Gardnet, E.  Archer-Brown

    Rev.  G.  Perry

    V.B. E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  J.  Craven

    1/E.  Essex  – Lt.  P.C. Saunders

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  E.T. Dixon

    D.J.A.  – Lord B.  Blackwood

    Army Nurses  – M.  Rorke, L.E. Coleman

    3/Derby  – Capt.  T.  Lee

    Vol.  Composite Co.  M.I.  – 58 men

    I.Y. Cos.  – 666 men

    Details  – 54 men

    Due Southampton June 25

 

    The Mongolian arrived Southampton Saturday afternoon.

    I.Y.  – Col.  R.H.F.W. Wilson, Lt.-Col.  W.  Bromley-Davenport, Majs.  G.C. Ricardo, H.B. de La P.  Beresford-Pierse, Surg.-Maj.  H.  Manders, Capts.  L.G. Gisborne , J.E.B. Seely, G.  Lubbock, W.  Byron, L.E. Starkey, C.P. Crane, R.A. Maude, Lts.  H.C. Gardner, W.F. Martin, R.T. Whitehead, T.  Haig, F.J. Montgomery, T.A. Blake, Hon.  P.C. Evans-Freke, W.P. Jeffcock, G.  Wilson, H.F. Montgomery, W.H.F. Musgrove, Lt. & Qm.  T.  Humphreys, Surgeon Dresser J.S. Pascoe and 719 men from various companies.

    4/W.  Yorkshire  – Surg.  Lt.-Col.  J.  Walker

    4/Dublin Fus.  – Maj.  C.H. Tippett

    2/Highland L.I.  – Capt.  T.F. Murray

    RA  – Capt.  D.F. Nicholl

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – J.C. Young, A.B. Holland, W.J. Arkcoll

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.M. Wheatley

    12/Lancers  – Capt.  G.W. Hobson

    Vol.  Co.  Warwick  – Lt.  F.M. Chatterley

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  F.E. Ingall, F.B. Mudd

    Nursing Sisters  – M.  Coleman, E.W. Flanders

   

 

    The Avondale Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday morning

    I.Y.  –   the Hon.  L.A. Milles,  Lord Zouche, Lt.-Col.  T.J. de Burgh,  Lt.  the Earl of Fingall,

 

    The Oreana arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 14 officers and 179 men

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  J.A.G. Elliott

    RAMC  – Lt.  Forbes-Winslow

    1/Leicester  – Lt.  Parson Smith

    2/Manchester  – Lt.  Pierce

    5/DG  – Capt.  Glossop

    Imperial Bushmen  – Capt.  Holmes

    Queensland Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  Phelps

    2/S.Wales Borderers  – Lt.  Crawley

    2/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  Cameron

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  Sutton

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – White, Gilbert

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Lt.  Southey

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  Morley

    7/M.I.  – Capt.  Bedingfield

    Durham Arty.  – Col.  Ditmas

 

    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday morning.  Among the passengers was Mrs.  Louis Botha, Wife of General Botha.

 

    The Englishman left Albert Docks Saturday afternoon for South Africa with 9 officers and 251 men of Lovant’s Scouts, 7 officers and 122 men of 13/Hussars and Colonials, Lt.-Col.  Sprot was in charge.  Also 254 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown for more remounts.

 

       

London Times 11/06/01 (Tuesday)

p10c & d    The Maplemore embarked at Southampton yesterday 300 remounts and is taking out details amounting to 4 officers and 130 men including a small draft for the CG.

 

London Times 12/06/01 (Wednesday)

p7a    Dateline Sydney, June 11.    The first of the N.S.W. Bushmen returned here to-day.

 

p13c & d    The Scott left for England June 5  with the following on passage home:

    R.  Berks  – Lt.  W.P. Alleyne

    Hampshire  – Maj.  L.  Munro

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.H.W. Rennie, Lt.  the Hon.  R.V. Grosvenor

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  – R.B. Stanford

    Dur Southampton June 21.

 

    The Assaye arrived at Southampton yesterday with invalids.  The following were listed:     RHA  – Col.  H.B. Jeffreys

    Intelligence Dept.  – Lt.  G.E. Craig

    6/Dragoons  – Capt.  J.C.A. Anstice

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  W.W. Llewellyn

    3/S.  Wales Borderers  – Capt.  R.F. Gunter

    1/S.  Stafford  – 2/Lt.  S.  Bonner

    2/R.  Berks  – Lt.  C.G. Carter

    1/ A & S Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  R.G.P. Wymer

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  T.  Hazlerigg

    1/R.  Munster Fus.  – Lt.  J.C. Dick

    RAMC  – Majs.  H.J. Wyatt, A.  Wright

    Army Pay Dept.  – Maj.  R.A. Vowell

    3/DG  – Lt.  D.B. Parry

    9/Lancers  – Lt.  J.S. Duckett

    2/R.  Fusiliers  – Capt.  G.S. Guyon

    2/Bedford  – Lt.  A.C.T. Veasey

    4/Worcester  – 2/Lt.  L.F.A. Cochran

    4/S.  Stafford  – Lt.  G.C. Deans

    7/KRRC  – Capt.  J.  Spottiswoode

    ASC  – Lt.-Col.  F.S.C. Hare, Majs.  A.P. Welman, E.F.J. Blakeney, Lt.  E.  Dayrell

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt.  R.H.W. Hughes

    Scottish Horse  – Capt.  W.J. Boggie

    Prince of Wales’s  L.H.  – Lt.  R.  Anderson

    S.A. Constabulary  – Lt.  H.O. Pugh

    Nursing Sister  – M.J. Spencer

    With the following on passage home: 

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen.  H.H. Settle, Maj.  F.  Wintour

    Vol.  Co.  E.  Yorks  – Capt.  J.  Mortimer and 89 men

    13/I.Y.  – Lts.  R.T. Jones, G.A. Onslow, F.R. Benson, Vet.  Capt.  T.M.P. Parker and 58 men

    14/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  F.C. Meyrick, Lt.  R.C. Carr, Surg.  Capt.  P.  Davidson and 56 men

    15/I.Y.  – Capt.  E.  Vaux, Lt.  J.R. Renwick and 61 men

    16/I.Y.  – Lt. & Qm.  E.A.S. Gell and 35 men

    RFA  – Maj.  A.E. Butcher

    N.S.W. Inf.  – Capt.  G.S. Cape.

    ASC  – Capt.  L.  Williams

    Prince Alfred’s Vol.  Gds.  – Lt.  W.B. Everton

    Civil Surgs.  – E.R. Hill, J.P.M. Casey, T.B. Sherwin, O.  Williams, J.  Davidson, J.  Owen

    Nursing Sisters  – L.  Campbell, F.M. Morris, M.  Goldsmith, P.  Ahnelt, A.  Horne

    Revs.  – J.H. Hornig, M.H. Boden

 

    The Ulstermore arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

NOTE HERE: An error was made listing the names for the Ulstermore at London Times 22/05/01, p12d& e.  Delete that listing of names and substitute the following for that departure from South Africa and the arrival listed here.   

    3/Durham L.I.  – Maj.  E.S.V. Grimshawe, Capts.  H.  Sowerby, L.E. Walker, H.F. Low, C.O. Greenwell, F.H.S. Sitwell, Lt.  C.  Wilson, 2/Lts.  C.  Leather, H.  Richardson, F.H. Fawkes, Qm.  W.Y. Splaine and 342 men

    4/Durham L.I.  – Capts.  C.C. Scott, S.M. Rowlandson

    1/N.  Lancashire – Capt.  G.C. Knight

    W.  Australian Bushmen  – Capt.  H.R. Hurst, Lt.  C.H. Ord.

    Militia Medical Staff Corps  – Lt.  J.  Davies

 

    The Englishman arrived at Queenstown from London on Monday evening with 16 officers and 402 men.  She resumed her voyage after embarking 52 more horses.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   12/06/01

p24    Dateline London, June 5.    A cargo of 800  remounts (value 120,000 dollars) was shipped from Canada yesterday for the Cape.

    3/E. Surrey embarked on the Idaho today at Southampton for South Africa .

 

p25    Dateline London, June 11.    The first group of MSW Bushmen has returned to Sydney.

    The Assaye and Ulstermore have arrived at Southampton with troops from the Cape.

 

p27    Dateline Durban, June 10.    The Ranee is expected to sail soon with 500 Boer POW. The Dwarka has arrived from Cape Coast Castle. The Dunera sailed Sunday for Southampton with 280 invalids.

 

p32    The Kinfauns Castle arrived at Table Bay Thursday with the following named military passengers: Col. Brinskman.

    The Dunottar Castle sails this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Lt. Myburgh, Capt. Houghton, Maj. Ford, Capt. Peacock, Capt. Brandshaw, Capt. Bradshaw, Capt. & Mrs. Palmer.

 

London Times 13/06/01 (Thursday)

p10d    The Maplemore called at Queenstown and embarked 75 horses for South Africa.

 

London Times 14/06/01 (Friday)

p11b    The Victorian left for England June 10  with the following on passage home:

    R.  Inniskilling Fus.  – Maj.  H.O.D. Hickman

    1/S.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  W.A. Gover

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Lt.  A.S. Garnett

    R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  A.R.K. Hall

    5/Worcester  – Lt.  H.F.M. Walker

    9/KRRC  – 2/Lt.  R.O. Melville

    5/DG  – Capt.  P.H. Darbyshire

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.  F.M. Ransford, 2/Lt.  A.P.H. Trueman

    Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 2/Lt.  O.M. Heriot

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  G.F.C. Gill

    I.Y.  – Capt.  T.L. Halls, Lts.  H.C.S. Foley, E.C.K. Lambert, W.  Kingwood, 2/Lt.  J.C. Wylde

    Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  S.J. St.  G.  Carney

    I.Y. Scouts  – Lt.  M.  Newton

    Civil Vet.  Surgeons T.  Hirst, C.E. Wells, E.M.D. Dixon

    Civil Surgs.  V.C. McDonogh, W.C.W. Wood

    Nursing Sisters H.S. Legge, M.A. Hartwell

    Due Southampton July 1.

 

 

London Times 15/06/01 (Saturday)

p9b    The British Princess left Albert Docks yesterday morning for South Africa with 12 officers,  162 men of the RFA., and 342 remounts.   Maj.  W.H. O’Neill, R.A., in command.

 

London Times 17/06/01 (Monday)

p12b    The Tintagel Castle passed Hurst Castle at half-past 7 o’clock last night and docked at Southampton a few hours later.  The following were listed:   

    6/I.Y.Bn  – Capt.  A.  Coates, Lts.  W.P. Donaldson, D.A. Wauchope and 169 men

    7/I.Y.Bn  – Capt.  H.W. Harris, Lt.  A.C.E. Locke and 46 men

    8/I.Y.Bn  – 64 men

    9/I.Y.Bn  – 19 men

    10/I.Y.Co  – Capt.  H.H. Wilson, Lt.  D.  Turner and 46 men

    2/I.Y. Bn  – Capts.  A.W. Daniel, C.S. Paulet, Lts.  S.  Reynolds, H.C.C. Beaumont, M.  Hunt & Surg.-Lt.  J.B. Clark

    5/I.Y.Co  – 39 men

    21/I.Y.Co  –55 men

    22/I.Y.Co  – 42 men

    33/I.Y.Co  – 58 men

    10/I.Y.Bn  – Col.  W.A.W. Lawson, Capts.  A.  Butler, H.  Connop, P.  Perceval, Lts.  R.S. Britten, C.  Sims and Surg.-Capt.  C.  Hopkinson

    37/I.Y.Co  – 64 men

    38/I.Y.Co  – 55 men

    39/I.Y.Co  – 51 men

    40/I.Y.Co  – 50 men

    52/I.Y.Co  – Lt.  R.L. Sergeantson and 34 men

    19/I.Y.Bn  – Lt.  J.C. Williamson and 8 men

    51/I.Y.Co  – Col.  H.  Paget, Lts.  A.  Roddick, L.C. Larking, Surg.-Capt.  L.J. Weatherbe, Vet.-Lt.  A.E.G. Batt and 46 men

    50/I.Y.Co  – Capt.  A.C. Nicholson and 13 men

    68/I.Y.Co  – Lt.  E.F.H. Evans and 58 men

    Details  – Maj.  J.H.W. Ayton, Capt.  the Hon.  W.E. Guinness, Lts.  C.C. Mahony, L.E. Pilkington, E.H. Jarvis, C.  Waddell, E.F. St.J. St.  John and 110 men

    With the following also on passage home:

     Reserve of Officers  – Maj.  A.A.W.B. Bright-Smith, Lt.  E.D.H. Dally

    3/Scottish Rifles  – Surg.-Lt.-Col.  A.M. Adams

    2/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  C.  Nelson

    1/Dorset Vol.  Arty.  – Lt.  R.  Lane

    4/Oxford L.I.  – Lt.  F.R. Bulkeley

    R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  D.J. Twomey

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  G.C. Grahame

    1/Lincoln Vol.  Arty.  – Lt.  H.H.A. Errington Josse

    21/Lancers  – Lt.  H.  Boyd Rochfort

    Civil Surgs.  – W.M. Parham, J.P. Brown

    Nursing Sisters  – T.  Mason, S.M. Stanford

    N.S.W. Military Forces  – The Rev.  F.  Timothy

    The Rev.  J.  Darragh

 

London Times 18/06/01 (Tuesday)

p11c & d    The Bavarian embarked, at Southampton yesterday, 800 officers and men of the 5/Manchester Regt., 19 officers and 580 men of the 3/S.  Staffordshire Regt., and a number of details.

 

    The Orotava left for England June 12 with the following invalids:

    16/Bengal Lancers  – Maj.  N.A. Cookson

    3/Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  R.  Trappes-Lomax

    2/E.  Yorks  – Maj.  E.F. Gossett, Lt.  F.C. Maconchy

    4/Cheshire  – Capt.  H.F. Hopkins

    3/W.  Riding  – 2/Lt.  J.A. Savage

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Capt.  G.G. Ottley

    5/Dublin Fus.  – Capt.  F.H. McNamara

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.J.J. Stafford, 2/Lts.  W.J. Aubert, E.F. Webster

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Capt.  W.D. Hare

    Monmouth Eng.  – Lt.  C.H.R. Crawshay

    6/Warwick  – Lt.  C.M. Yates

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  Hon.  G.A. Lascelles

    1/KOSB  – Lt.  C.F. Kennedy

    2/Black Watch  – 2/Lt.  N.A.B. Baillie-Hamilton

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lts.  E.R.M. English, R.C. Middleton

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  G.H. Bristol, Maj.  J.H. Greenway

    S.  Rhodesian Vols.  – Capt.  H.  Lamb

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.  G.  de C.  McCartie

    Nursing Sisters  – M.A. Everitt, W.G. Massey, E.M. Dutton

    Sick laying down, 96; convalescent, 346

    Wounded laying down, 18; convalescent, 14

    With the following on passage home: 

    RA  – Lt.-Cols.  – Sir G.V. Thomas, D.C. Carter

    Black Watch  – Maj.  N.W. Cuthbertson

    1/N.  Staffordshire  – Lt.- Col.  H.S.B. Hodgkinson

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.M. Swinbourne, H.J. Curley, Lts.  G.H.S. Fowke, C.J. Dyke

    RAMC  – Maj.  A.E. Tate, Civil Surgs.  L.E. Owen, R.  Lindsay, F.B. Stewart, R.  Whittington, W.R. Griffin

    Revs.  V.  Lewis, P.B. Hermann

    Nursing Sisters A.D. Hook, E.L.R. Ferguson, D.B. Hyland, H.T. Henderson, S.B. Peers

    Due Southampton July 2.

 

       

London Times 19/06/01 (Wednesday)

p10b & c    Note here: Hobhouse Report.

    The Mohawk left Southampton yesterday with a few details.  She will call at Queenstown to embark the Wiltshire Regt.

Cape Times Weekly Edition   19/06/01   

p11    The Orient sailed Sunday evening for Australia, calling at East London, with time expired members of the Australian contingent.

    The Roslin Castle sailed Saturday for England with some time expired men.

 

p22    The Briton sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Capts. Matthews, Elliot, Blum, Lts. Arthur and Dewat.

 

p32    The Briton sails today with the following named military passengers: Capt. Matthews, Lt. Arthur, Lt. A.R.J. Dewat, Capt. Foley, Capt. Elliot, Capt. & Mrs. & Miss Blum, Capt. Egenis.

 

London Times 20/06/01 (Thursday)   

p5c    Note here: Captain Reichman’s Report (summary) .

 

p10b    The Roslin Castle left for England June 6  with the following on passage home:

    1/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.  A.G.N. Henderson

    16/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lts.  A.H.T. Wadmore, V.  Dicks

    20/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.  E.D. Johnson

    9/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  G.W. Forbes, Capt.  W.S.R. Cox, Lt.  F.G. Walton

    Cos.  I.Y.  – 1/50 men, 3/10 men, 4/ 15 men, 30/ 48 men , 49/ 12 men, 72/ 35 men, 59/ 34 men, 29/16 men, 31/48 men, 74/ 43 men 79/ 45 men

    Details I.Y.  – Lts.  J.N. Hotchkis, A.J. Irving, R.T. Pelly, E.T. Stourton, Surg. Capt.  R.G. Murray and 107 men.

    Donegal Militia Arty.  – Maj.  W.B. Reed, Capt.  F.  Crawford and 60 men

    Monmouth Militia Eng.  – Lt.  A.P. Evans and 14 men

    Antrim Militia Arty.  – Col.  E.T. Pottinger, Maj.  G.E. Elmitt, Lts.  R.H.O.D. Paterson, A.E.A. Cowan and 85 men

    Canadian Scouts  – Lts.  R.H. Ryan, T.  Callaghan, H.C. Thomson, Civil Surgs.  F.C. McDonald, A.E. Ross and 76 men

    Assist.-Commissaries of Ord.  – A.W.H. Nash, J.  Hunter Lane

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  J.R. Hamlyn-Nott, Lt.  J.R. Warren

    2/Victorian M.R.  – Lt.  A.A. Holdsworth

    CG  – Capt.  J.  Ponsonby, Lt.  the Hon.  G.A.C. Crichton

    RAMC  – Lt.  J.R.A. Atkinson

    Civil Surgs.  – R.B. Brownridge, A.  Gilmore,

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – R.F. Watson

    Nursing Sisters  – F.  Cross, D.  Burgess

    Due Southampton July 4.

 

    The Tagus left Cape Town for New Zealand , June 13, with the following:

    4/N.Z. Contingent  – Lt.-Col.  R.H. Davies, Capts.  G.H. Walker, J.  Pringle, J.M. Nicolson, E.  Davey, Lts.  H.H. Brown, W.J. Thomson, J.R. Macdonald, G.H. Rolleston, E.  Jolly, Lt. & Qm.  T.J. Gardiner, Surg.-Capt.  J.  Watt, and 287 men

    5/N.Z. Contingent  – Capts.  C.T. Major, H.D. Jackson, S.D. Currie, D.  Polson, Lts.  J.W. McMillan, W.  Marshall, A.  McLennan, J.B. Whyte, J.L. Haselden, J.P. Manson, G.W. Ferguson, Lt. & Qm.  E.V. Sanderson, Surg.-Capt.  C.E. Thomas, and 326 men

    2/N.Z. Contingent  – Lt.  D.F. Lundon

    1/Derby  – Lt.  V.W. O’Farrell

    Kitchener’s Scouts  – Lt.  A.B. Heather

    Due Wellington July 5.

 

    The Chicago left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 7 officers and 77 men, mostly RFA.  Capt.  F.A. Tighe, RFA, in charge.  She also takes out 278 remounts and will call at Queenstown for additional men and horses.

 

London Times 21/06/01 (Friday)

p7e    The Mohawk left Queenstown yesterday afternoon for ST.  Helena with 22 officers and 592 men of the 3/Wiltshire Regt.  They will relieve the 4/Gloucestershire Regt.  who will return home.

 

London Times 22/06/01 (Saturday)

p7b    Note Here: A condensation of Captain Slocum’s report.

 

p12a & b    The Scot arrived at Southampton yesterday morning  with the following on passage home:

    R.  Berks  – Lt.  W.P. Alleyne

    Hampshire  – Maj.  L.  Munro

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.H.W. Rennie, Lt.  the Hon.  R.V. Grosvenor

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  – R.B. Stanford

 

    The Wakool arrived at Southampton Water last night with the following invalids:

    KRRC  – Maj.  Beaumont

    1/W.  Yorkshire  – Maj.  Heigham

    5/R.  Fusiliers  – Capt.  Warren

    Lancs. Militia Arty.  – Capt.  Budd

    RA  – Lt.  Schlesinger

    7/Rifle Brig.  – Lt.  Hale

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  Thompson

    Civil Surgs.  – Degrotte, Hatch

    Nursing Sisters  – Newton, Farrar, Camp

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – Crosby, Waugh, Wadsworth, Barnhart, Cole

    Chaplain Mercer

    Schoolmaster Arthur

 

    The Nubia left Port Natal for England June 17 with the following:

    RAMC  – Maj.  Raymond

    13/Hussars  – Capt.  Ogilvy

    2/Warwickshire  – Lt.  Redman

    Durham Militia Arty.  – Lt.  Belcombe

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  Tyrrell

    2/Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.  Antrobus

    1/Scots Guards  – Capt.  Ruthven

    5/M.I.  – Capt.  Shaw

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  Gowans

    I.Y.  – Capt.  Clay, Lt.  Hern,

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  Arderne

    1/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Wolsely

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  Browne

    4/N.Z. Rifles  – Lt.  Powles

    Vol.  Co.  Norfolk  – Capt.  Atthill

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  Sandys

    1/R.  Scots  – Capt.  Moir, Lt.  Dalmahoy

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  Gascoigne

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  Hamilton

    1/R.  Irish  – Lt.  Anderson

    6/Dragoons  – Capt.  Jackson

    1/R.  Dragoons  – Lt.  Glyn

    Nurse Beaufoy

    Due St.  Vincent July 7, Southampton July 15

 

    The Colombian left for England June 18  with the following on passage home:

    1/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  A.B. Whatman

    South African Mtd.  Irr.  Force  – Capt.  A.E. Elliot

    I.Y.  – Lts.  M.G. Burnmister, F.W. Zurcher, 2/Lt.  A.I. Mossop

    Civil Surg.  P.H. Lang

    Due Las Palmas July 4, Southampton July 10.

 

       

London Times 24/06/01 (Monday)

p12c    The Chicago left Queenstown Saturday afternoon after embarking 116 horses and a few details.

    The Wakool landed 39 officers and over 500 men Saturday at Southampton .

 

London Times 25/06/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 26/06/01 (Wednesday)

p14d & e     The Hawarden Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday morning  with the following on passage home:

    2/I.Y.  – Lt.  L.G. Fletcher

    6/I.Y.  – Lts.  J.J. Bell, J.R. Ramsay, H.S. Pullar

    7/I.Y.  – Col.  P.J. Browne, Capts.  R.C. Batley, T.R. Symons, Lt.  G.A.C. Thynne, Vet. Lt.  J.  Rowe

    8/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  A.P. Crawley, Capts.  H.J. Williams, W.H. Parkin, Lts.  E.G. Facey, J.G. Elliott Wood

    9/I.Y.  – Lt.  L.  Temworth

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  E.J. Cory, Lt.  A.T. Clark

    15/I.Y.  – Lt.  the Hon.  E.  Thesiger

    17/I.Y.  – Capt.  R.B. Muir, Lts.  Sir F.F.C. Fowke, H.T. Munn

    18/I.Y.  – Capts.  C.C. Macdowell, F.G.W. Jones, C.W. Warden, J.C. Ward, Surg.-Capt. H.  Whyte, Lts.  C.  Rangford, J.H. Torrance, W.N. Clark, A.E. Borthwick, F.R. King-Hall, Lt.-Qm.  J.A.G. Hamilton

    19/I.Y.  – Maj.  G.T.C. Paget

    16/Lancers  – Capt.  M.L. MacEwen

    Plymouth Mil.  Sub-Miners  – Capt.  J.H. Prior

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  C.  Hoffman

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  T.H. Gardnet, E.  Archer-Brown

    Rev.  G.  Perry

    V.B. E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  J.  Craven

    1/E.  Essex  – Lt.  P.C. Saunders

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  E.T. Dixon

    D.J.A.  – Lord B.  Blackwood

    Army Nurses  – M.  Rorke, L.E. Coleman

    3/Derby  – Capt.  T.  Lee

    Vol.  Composite Co.  M.I.  – 58 men

    I.Y. Cos.  – 666 men

    Details  – 54 men

 

    The City of Vienna left Port Natal June 22 with the following:

    ASC  – Capt.  Ward

    Nursing Sisters  – Clarke, May, Munn, Brown

    Civil Surgs.  – Martine, Weir

    Vol.  Co.  Scottish Rifles  – Lt.  Heilbron

    1/York & Lancaster – Lt.  Wilson

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Alexander

    Durham Nil.  Arty.  – Lt.  Swainston-Strangways

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  Brown

    RE  – Capt.  Manifold

    1/Gordon Highlanders  – Lt.  Gordon

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Young

    2/W.  Kent  – Col.  Grove

    2/Manchester  – Maj.  James

    Civil Vet. Surg.  Neale

    1/Derby  – Capt.  Sadler

    2/KRRC  – Capt.  Rhodes

    Due Las Palmas July 11, Southampton July 17.

 

    The Briton left for England June 19  with the following on passage home:

    5/N.Z. Contingent  – Lt.  A.R.J. Dewar

    4/N.Z. Contingent  – Capt.  R.S. Matthews, Lt.  B.  Arthur

    Kimberley Town Guard  – Capt.  A.  Blum

    Due Madeira July 1, Southampton July 5.

 

    Capt.  E.R. Houghton, 1/W.  Riding Regt.  embarked for England in the Dunottar Castle, June 12.

 

    The Orcana left Southampton for South Africa yesterday afternoon with nursing staff.  She will call at Queenstown

 

    The Custodian left Southampton yesterday for South Africa with 10 officers, 240 men and 293 horses.

 

    Long articles here Pro-Hobhouse and anti-Hobhouse.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   26 /06/01

p11    The St. Andrew arrived Sunday afternoon with troops from London.

 

p19    Here a long column on the Boer Prisoners in Portugal at the village Caldas de Rainha. There are 56 families, with 140 children (under 16) and 70 burghers for a total of 320. It also mention two other villages, Peniche and Alcobaca. Conditions and allowances are mentioned.

 

p23    The Carisbrook Castle sails today for England with the following named military passengers: Gen. Lord Chesham, Capts. Fitzhugh, Foley, Weyniss, Col. Manners Wood, Maj. Chester-Master.

 

p24    Dateline London, June 23.    Announcement of the death of former Consul Hay at Newhaven CT.

    Dateline London, June 19.    The Mohawk has sailed for South Africa with details. Will call at Queenstown to embark the 3/Wiltshires.

    Dateline London, June 19.    The Custodian has sailed for South Africa with drafts Worcester Regt. Telegraph Engineers, and RAMC

    Dateline London, June 23.    The Montezuma has sailed from New Orleans with 1,050 horses for South Africa .   

 

p25    Lt.-Col. Chester-Master sails today for England in the mail steamer.

 

 

London Times 27/06/01 (Thursday)

p6b    The Manhattan arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

    4/Scottish Rifles  – Col.  A.H. Courtenay, Lt.-Col.  M.G. Johnstone, Maj.  H.  Chavasse, Capts.  H.M. Clifford, C.M.S. Henning, A.R.C. Littledale, D.  Blaikie-Hislop, C.J. Lynch, V.A. Blake, D.C. Burns-Macdonald, H.H. Smith, A.F. Townshend, R.W. Mellish, Lts.  M.H.D. Thomson-Carmichael, R.W.B. Murphy, R.  Glossop, B.  Maxwell-Heron, W.  Taylor and 429 men

    1/Scottish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  A.H. Seagrim

    2/Highland L.I.  – Capt.  T.K. Gardiner

    Civil Surgs. – A.G. Trinder, E.  Mansel

 

    The Antillian left for England on June 21  with the following on passage home:

    Late 10/Hussars  – Col.  M.C. Wood

    I.Y.  – Lts.  J.  De La Swainston-Strangways, P.  Yardley, T.A. Huband

    Victorian Imp.  Bushmen  – Surg.-Lt.  J.P. Kelly

    Civil Sirg.  W.D. Walker

    Civil Vet.  Surgs .  W.  E.  Taylor, N.  Hewlett, L.  Barnard

    Due St.  Vincent July 12, Southampton July 22

 

    The Assaye left Southampton yesterday afternoon with 36 officers, 34 nurses, 220 of the Scottish Horse, 40 of the South African Constabulary, 100 RAMC and details.

 

       

London Times 28/06/01 (Friday)

p10c & d    The Atlantian left for England June 24 with the following invalids:

    Irish Fus.  – Capt.  A.E.S. Heard

    3/Sussex  – Lt.  A.J. Parkin

    With the following on passage home: 

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.-Col.  B.F. Holme

    Victorian Bushmen  – Maj.  W.W. Dobbin

    6/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  J.M.C. Scott

    1/S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  Qm.  M.  Billings

    RA  – Maj.  G.D. Baker

    4/Gloucester  – Capt.  C.E.F. Henry

    I.Y.  – Lts.  A.P. Lane, T.M. Greer, A.H. Brouncker, A.H. Gardiner

    RAMC  – Maj.  H.T. Knaggs, Civil Surg.  E.C. Taylor

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.B. Kenny, H.W.L. Fernandes

    Rand Rifles  – Lt.  F.W. Tompkins

    Australian Staff  – Lt.-Col.  E.T. Wallack

    Due Southampton 15 July.

 

    The Custodian left Queenstown yesterday afternoon after embarking 40 men and 148 horses.

 

London Times 29/06/01 (Saturday)   

p9b    Dateline Bermuda, June 28.    The Armenian, with over 900 Boer prisoners on board has arrived here.  Most were from Cronje’s command and were taken at Paardeberg.

 

London Times 01/07/01 (Monday)

p8b & c    The Manchester Merchant left for England June 27  with the following on passage home:

    1 Bn.  I.Y.  – Capt.  Speke, Lts.  C.S. Awdry, H.F. Clifford, C.M. Thornton, R.G.M. Prichard, H.  Speke and Lt. & Qm.  Hon.  R.  Robertson

    11 Bn.  I.Y.  – Capts.  W.G. Dixon, R.B. Pott, Lts F.F. Rogers, N.S. Rouse, R.E.S. Barrington

    Details, I.Y.  – Capt.  G.C. Baxton, Lts.  W.  Simpson, C.  Shepherd-Cross, E.  Jecks, R.R. Davies, C.R. Pilkington and 55 men

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.S.P. Parker.

    I.Y. – 274 men

    Due Las Palmas July 14, Southampton July 20

 

    The Simla arrived at Plymouth yesterday.  The following invalids were listed:         R.  Scots Greys  – Lt.  Burch

    14/Hussars  – Lt.  James

    RE  – Maj.  Morgan, Lt.  Goldney

    2/E.  Surrey  – Lt.  Fletcher

    1/York & Lancaster  – Capt.  Thurnall

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  British, Lt.  Findlay

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Arkwright

    1/Suffolk  – Capt.  Yeates

    2/Dorset  – Capt.  Ingham

    Menne’s Scouts  – Lt.  Stuart

    RAMC  – Col.  Baker, Civil Surgs.  Cotterall, Robinson, Johnson, Bruce

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  Pratt

    2/W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  Bartrum, Lt.  Porch

    2/GG  – Lts.  Jeffreys, Boswell

    2/Worcester  – Lt.  Hamilton

    Railway Pioneer  – Lt.  McBean

    2/SG  – Lt.  Maclean

    Army Nursing Serv.  – Walker, Cheetham, Ward

    2/Hampshire  – Maj.  Buckley

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  Rose

    Victorian Rifles  – Lt.  Beatty

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Gordon

    1/Liverpool  – Lt.  Docker

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  Murphy

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Capt.  Braithwaite, Lt.  Best

    RA  –  Priston (no rank listed)

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Clement

    N.Z.  M.R.  – Capt.  Neill

    Civilian  – Mr.  Mackinley

   

       

London Times 02/07/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 03/07/01 (Wednesday)

p11b & c    The Orotava arrived at Southampton last night.  The following invalids were listed:    16/Bengal Lancers  – Maj.  N.A. Cookson

    3/Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  R.  Trappes-Lomax

    2/E.  Yorks  – Maj.  E.F. Gossett, Lt.  F.C. Maconchy

    4/Cheshire  – Capt.  H.F. Hopkins

    3/W.  Riding  – 2/Lt.  J.A. Savage

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Capt.  G.G. Ottley

    5/Dublin Fus.  – Capt.  F.H. McNamara

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.J.J. Stafford, 2/Lts.  W.J. Aubert, E.F. Webster

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Capt.  W.D. Hare

    Monmouth Eng.  – Lt.  C.H.R. Crawshay

    6/Warwick  – Lt.  C.M. Yates

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  Hon.  G.A. Lascelles

    1/KOSB  – Lt.  C.F. Kennedy

    2/Black Watch  – 2/Lt.  N.A.B. Baillie-Hamilton

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lts.  E.R.M. English, R.C. Middleton

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  G.H. Bristol, Maj.  J.H. Greenway

    S.  Rhodesian Vols.  – Capt.  H.  Lamb

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.  G.  de C.  McCartie

    Nursing Sisters  – M.A. Everitt, W.G. Massey, E.M. Dutton

    With the following on passage home: 

    RA  – Lt.-Cols.  – Sir G.V. Thomas, D.C. Carter

    Black Watch  – Maj.  N.W. Cuthbertson

    1/N.  Staffordshire  – Lt.- Col.  H.S.B. Hodgkinson

    I.Y.  – Capts.  W.M. Swinbourne, H.J. Curley, Lts.  G.H.S. Fowke, C.J. Dyke

    RAMC  – Maj.  A.E. Tate, Civil Surgs.  L.E. Owen, R.  Lindsay, F.B. Stewart, R.  Whittington, W.R. Griffin

    Revs.  V.  Lewis, P.B. Hermann

    Nursing Sisters A.D. Hook, E.L.R. Ferguson, D.B. Hyland, H.T. Henderson, S.B. Peers

   

    The Carisbrook Castle left for England June 26  with the following on passage home:

    KRRC  – Maj.  R.  Chester Master

    3/R.  Scots  – Capt.  C.P. Foley

    I.Y.  – Maj.- Gen.  Lord Chesham, Capts.  H.R. Darley, A.D.C., W.  Williams-Wynn, R.E. Wemyss(sp), Lt.  G.  Fitzhugh

    Due Southampton July 12

 

    The Orient left East London on June 22 for Sydney.  The following were listed:   

    4/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Col.  J.A.K. Mackay, Capts.  K.N. Wray, E.W. Soane, Lts.  K.D. Mackenzie, V.W. Ryrie, A.R. Cosgrove, A.C. Muhs, E.H. Thomas, 2/Lts.  H.C. Mitchell, J.  Hungerford, F.  Wentworth, C.M. Macpherson, F.E. Greig, S.L. Mackenzie and 422 men

    N.S.W. R.  Australian Arty.  – Maj.  P.L. Murray

    With the following for Melbourne:

    4/Victorian Bushmen  – Capt.  J.  Dallimore, Surg.-Capt.  A.H. Sturdee, Capt. & Qm.  W. Alfred, Lts.  A.C. McDonald, C.H.K. Boyd, J.A. Nicholl, H.A.A. Embling, H.E. Elliot, C.B. D’Arcy-Chaplin, Maj.  W.  Wray and 414 men

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   03/07/01

p11    The Montrose, with troops , arrived at Table Bay Wednesday morning.

    The Idaho arrived Thursday with 4 officers and 108 men of the 10th Hussars, 3rd E. Surreys. Named are: (Part of page missing) Col. Sir D. Clerk, Maj. J. Worthington, Maj. H.W. Crofton,  Capts. G.A. -eakin, W.J. Seton, A.J. Hay, and – Lawrence, Lieutenants A.E. O’Meara, G.O. Far–gton, R.C. Platt, G. Lee, G. Par-ell, G.L. Watson, A. de V. Maclean, and C. Burton, 2nd Lts. C. –ees, H.F. Lyon, C.D. Home, M. –er, and W. Coleman.

 

p24    Dateline London, June 26.    The assaye sailed today with drafts for South Africa , including 220 men of the Scottish Horse.

    Dateline London, June 26.    A breech block of a 12 pounder has blown out killing 2 and 7 injured.

    Dateline London, June 26.    Army pensions for widdows has been set in amounts of 13 to 30 pounds per annum.

 

p30    The Kinfauns Castle sails for Southampton this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Capt. W. Leigh, Capt. Congrive, Col. Blair, Lt. Nettlefold, Lt. F Brewster.

    The Arundel Castle sailed today for England with the following named military passengers: Maj. Griffiths.

    The Norman arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. & Mrs. Dixon, child and nurse, Capt. Bertenshaw (for East London)

 

       

London Times 04/07/01 (Thursday)

p10a & b    The Aurania left for England June 28 with the following invalids:

    16/Lancers  – Lt.  G.E. Bellville

    2/E.  Kent  – Capt.  H.H.C. Baird

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  W.T. Bromfield

    3/Norfolk  – Col.  F.H. Custance

    Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  M.J. Hamilton

    4/Cheshire  – Lt.  M.T. Cramer-Roberts

    3/Gloucestershire  – Capt.  A.J. Menzies

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  B.S. Streeten

    1/W.  Riding  – Capt.  C.  Harris

    1/Derbyshire  – Capt.  B.G.V. Way

    2/W.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  J.H. Bennett

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  A.R. Hennessy

    3/Leinster  – Col.  J.H.G. Smyth

    5/Dublin Fus.  – Col.  H.C. Gernon

    5/Rifle Brigade  – Capt.  R.  Ratliffe

    7/Rifle Brigade  – Lt.  E.T. Aspinall

    RAMC  – Lts.  H.E.M. Douglas, M.G. Sterling, Civil Surg.  D.  Kernohan

    A.O.D.  – Lt.  G.H. Holland

    I.Y.  – Capt.  A.  Hedley-Garland, Lts.  A.C. Bergheim, P.C. Edwards

    5/N.Z. Regt.  – Lt.  G.  Bailey

    Proctorate Regt.  – Capt.  R.H. Nesbitt

    Victorian Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  T.  Parkin

    P.of W.  L.I.  – Capt.  P.  Oldham

    S.A. Mtd.  Irr.  Forces  – Capt.  J.S. Cape, Lt.  J.  Dunn

    Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  A.J. Fraser

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  R.A. Nesbitt

    Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts  – Lt.  A.  Naughton

    2/Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  D.M.L. Graham

    D.of E.  Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  W.  Fleming

    Kimberley L.Horse  – Capt.  W.E. Packman

    Nursing Sisters  – M.E. Tippetts, A.A. Bonsfield, M.E. Richardson, A.J. Moffatt

    Sick Laying down, 97; convalescent, 301

    Wounded laying down, 13; convalescent, 24

    With the following on passage home: 

    Elswick Battery  – Maj.  H.  Scott, Lts.  H.S. Bell, W.C. Macartney, F.G.D. Johnson, R.W. Wilson, Surg.  Capt.  J.  Wreford, Vet.  Lt.  W.  Dotchin, and 170 men

    RAMC  – Maj.  J.R.W. Buchanan

    I.S.C.  – Col.  T.  Deane

    2/Gloucester  – Lt.  C.A.R. Hamilton

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  A.G. Tozer

    I.Y.  – Col.  T.A. Hill, Capts.  E.M. Grantham, H.W.P. Matthey, F.  Sowler, Lt.  F.C. Gray

    6/Imp.  Bushmen  – 2/Lt.  A.P. Rainy

    3/Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  E.  Napier

    Cape Police  – Capt.  R.F. Shutte

    Civil Surgs.  – W.H. Croly, G.  Arnott, J.A. Black, T.L. Davis, J.F. Dixon, A.P. Gibbons, T.F. Bond

    Civil Vet.  Surg R.F. Eagle

    Nursing Sisters  – A.B. Trew, A.N. Martin, A.G. Wason, L.M. Speers, A.  Gordon

    Due Southampton July 18

 

       

London Times 05/07/01 (Friday)   

p9a    The Victorian arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

    R.  Inniskilling Fus.  – Maj.  H.O.D. Hickman

    1/S.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  W.A. Gover

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Lt.  A.S. Garnett

    R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  A.R.K. Hall

    5/Worcester  – Lt.  H.F.M. Walker

    9/KRRC  – 2/Lt.  R.O. Melville

    5/DG  – Capt.  P.H. Darbyshire

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.  F.M. Ransford, 2/Lt.  A.P.H. Trueman

    Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 2/Lt.  O.M. Heriot

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  G.F.C. Gill

    I.Y.  – Capt.  T.L. Halls, Lts.  H.C.S. Foley, E.C.K. Lambert, W.  Kingwood, 2/Lt.  J.C. Wylde

    Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  S.J. St.  G.  Carney

    I.Y. Scouts  – Lt.  M.  Newton

    Civil Vet.  Surgeons T.  Hirst, C.E. Wells, E.M.D. Dixon

    Civil Surgs.  V.C. McDonogh, W.C.W. Wood

    Nursing Sisters H.S. Legge, M.A. Hartwell

    O.R.’s  – 500 men

 

    The Ashmore has arrived at Las Palmas with some engine damage.

 

London Times 06/07/01 (Saturday)

p13b    The Montfort went ashore yesterday morning on Hampstead Ledge near Newtown, Isle of Wright.  She was refloated and docked at Southampton in the afternoon.  The following were listed:   

    2/Middlesex  – Col.  Hill, Maj.  Blake

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Capt.  Marrable, Lt.  Milnes

    RAMC  – Civil Surgs.  Hodge, Hott

    5/Worcester  – Capt.  Edmondes

    Durham Militia Arty.  – Capt.  Constable

    Army Vet.  Dept.  – Civil Vet.  Surgs.  Butcher, Hingston, Edwards, Hoggan, MacLean

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt.  Dickson, Lt.  Formby

    S.  Lancashire Vol.  Co. – Lt.  Cary

    W.Surrey Vol.  Co.  – Lt.  Carr

    Army Nurse Serv.  – Clarke, Hill, Lamperier, Naylor

    Kent Militia Arty.  – Lt.  Hoare

    Troops  – about 1,000, who assisted in getting the ship freed.  Short story here.

 

    The Manhattan left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 7 officers and 136 men of M.I. Composite Co., 85 men of the 7/DG and details consisting of 6 officers and 18 men.  Also 369 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown.

 

London Times 08/07/01 (Monday)

p10a & b    Table of Casualties to end of June.

 

    The Wakool sailed from Southampton on Saturday with 62 men of the South African Police, 100 men of the Post Office Corps and details.  All commanded by Capt.  Webb, R.  Munster Fus.

 

London Times 09/07/01 (Tuesday)   

p11b    The hospital ship Dunera arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with invalids, 22 officers and 266 men.

   

    The Roslin Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    1/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.  A.G.N. Henderson

    16/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lts.  A.H.T. Wadmore, V.  Dicks

    20/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.  E.D. Johnson

    9/Bn.  I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  G.W. Forbes, Capt.  W.S.R. Cox, Lt.  F.G. Walton

    Cos.  I.Y.  – 1/50 men, 3/10 men, 4/ 15 men, 30/ 48 men , 49/ 12 men, 72/ 35 men, 59/ 34 men, 29/16 men, 31/48 men, 74/ 43 men 79/ 45 men

    Details I.Y.  – Lts.  J.N. Hotchkis, A.J. Irving, R.T. Pelly, E.T. Stourton, Surg. Capt.  R.G. Murray and 107 men.

    Donegal Militia Arty.  – Maj.  W.B. Reed, Capt.  F.  Crawford and 60 men

    Monmouth Militia Eng.  – Lt.  A.P. Evans and 14 men

    Antrim Militia Arty.  – Col.  E.T. Pottinger, Maj.  G.E. Elmitt, Lts.  R.H.O.D. Paterson, A.E.A. Cowan and 85 men

    Canadian Scouts  – Lts.  R.H. Ryan, T.  Callaghan, H.C. Thomson, Civil Surgs.  F.C. McDonald, A.E. Ross and 76 men

    Assist.-Commissaries of Ord.  – A.W.H. Nash, J.  Hunter Lane

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  J.R. Hamlyn-Nott, Lt.  J.R. Warren

    2/Victorian M.R.  – Lt.  A.A. Holdsworth

    CG  – Capt.  J.  Ponsonby, Lt.  the Hon.  G.A.C. Crichton

    RAMC  – Lt.  J.R.A. Atkinson

    Civil Surgs.  – R.B. Brownridge, A.  Gilmore,

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  – R.F. Watson

    Nursing Sisters  – F.  Cross, D.  Burgess

   

    The Manhattan arrived at Queenstown at 10 o’clock yesterday morning.  She was to ship 140 remounts and sail later to-day.

 

p12a & b.      From Parliamentary Paper (Cd 663).  excerpts covering meeting of Botha and Kitchener.

 

       

London Times 10/07/01 (Wednesday)

p8a & b    Note here: LG Kitchener’s despatch operations from Mar.8 to May 8.  Gun captures, and M.I.D.’s.

 

p11a    The Pinemore left for England July 6  with the following on passage home:

    3/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.- Col.  R.I. Blackburne, Majs.  M.H. Hall, A.F.C. Tarbet, Maj.  Adj, R.H.R. Smythies, Capts.  N.  Eckersley, J.L. Vaughn, R.A. Greg, Lts.  A.H. Spooner, H.G. Clarkson, R.B. Neill, Lt. & Qm.  J.  Morrell and 650 men

    9/KRRC  – Col.  W.  Cooke-Collis, Maj.  R.S. Brasier-Creagh, Capts.  A.W. Clerke, W.S. Clerke, J.C.O. Aldworth, J.E. Martin, W.H. Nichols, J.  Creagh, Capt.  Adj.  R.  Byron, Capt. & Qm.  W.  Holmes, Lts.  W.M. Percival-Maxwell, W.P. Hunt and 462 men

    Civil Surgs,  – W.J. Lindsay, H.H. Hallick

    Nursing Sisters  – M.B. Wilcox & A.M. Yeoman

    Due Queenstown July 28, Southampton July 30.

 

    The Kinfauns Castle left for England , July 3  with the following on passage home:

    4/KRRC  – Lt.  A.O. French-Brewster

    I.Y.  – Col.  F.G. Blair, Lt.  G.  Nettlefold

    3/KOSB  – 2/Lt.  C.L. Tireman

    2/ Berks  – Capt.  F.W. Foley

    Border Regt.  – Capt.  J.  Congreve

    4/ A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  W.  Mure

    Staff  – Capt.  R.H.F. McCulloch

    Also Mr.  G.D.A. Fleetwood Wilson, C.B. Asst.  Under-Sec.  of State for War.  and Lt.  F.J. Grimbly

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   10/07/01

Supplement, page 2 Here a picture of a partially exploded shrapnel shell, 15 pounder.

 

p11    The Manilla is taking 450 Boer POW from Durban to Bermuda.

 

p23    The Saxonleaves Table Bay this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Maj. & Mrs. Noble, Capt. Leigh, Maj. & Mrs. Des Voeux, Lt. Buzzard, Capt. Von Zweigbergk, Capt. Jackson.

 

p24    Dateline London, July 4.    A subsistence allowance will be issued to all Boer prisoners who have been released on parole.

    Dateline London, July 5.    The Manhattan sailed today for the Cape with drafts and remounts.

    Dateline London, July 7.    The Wakool has embarked at Southampton 162 troops and details for South Africa .

 

London Times 11/07/01 (Thursday)

p13a        The City of Cambridge left Port Natal July 9 with the following:

    Nursing Sisters  – D.E. Hutchinson, E.M. Mazzueche, J.  Genewer

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  M.J. Sweetman

    1/Manchester  – Capt.  F.C. Dunlop

    Dublin Mil.  Arty.  – Lt.  P.R. Peebles

    I.Y.  – Capt.  C.D. Carleton-Smith, Lt.  E.  Parsons

    3/York & Lancaster  – Lt.  R.D’A.  C.  Harley

    5/A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  J.  Pender

    13/Hussars  – Col.  Blagrove

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Capt.  W.H. Cooper

    RAMC  – Majs.  D.M.O’Callaghan, G.E. Hale

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.G. Patterson, A.J. Richmond, P.M. Evershed, M.  Munro

    Civil Surgs.  – A.  Strange, H.Y. Taylor, J.B. Boyd

    3/KRRC  – Lt.  F.V.Y. Brown

    RE  – Capt.  W.C. Hedley

    1/R.  Irish  – Capt.  R.L. Owens

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  E.R. Leggett

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  Bathurst

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  T.W.T. Isaac

    N.S.W. Arty.  – Capt.  Brace

    RA  – Lt.  W.C.E. Rudkin

    2/Dorset  – Lt.  C.G. Hay

    Due St.  Vincent July 28 and Southampton Aug.3

 

    The Britannic left East London for Australasia on July 7 with the following:

    West Australian Bushmen  – Maj.  Rose, Capt.  Newlands, Lt.  Venn and 68 men

    4/Queensland Bushmen  – Maj.  Deacon, Capts.  Jones, Joseph, Berry, Lts.  Kemp, Crichton, Green, Cowley, Bailey, Kellaway, the Rev.  Day, and 188 men

    4/Victorian Cont.  – Lt.-Col.  Kelly, Lt.  Gardiner and 43 men

    4/Tasmanian Bushmen  – Capt.  Lewis, Lts.  Reynolds, Williams, Page and 58 men

    4/S.  Australian Bushmen  – Col.  Rowell, Surg.  Capt.  Dunn, Lts.  Russell, Kekewich, Catchlove, Reid, Thorne and 109 men

    4/N.Z. Cont.  – Lts.  Elder, Ulrich and 27 men

    RGA  – Lt.  Pice

    Due Albany July 19

 

p15a-f and page 16a        Continuation of Lord Kitchener’s Despatch, LG 09/07/01 (M.I.D.)

 

London Times 12/07/01 (Friday)

p11a    The Columbian reached Southampton Water last night and docked at 8 o’coloc this morning.  She landed the following: (Note here Listed as Columbian and perv.  Colombian)

    1/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  A.B. Whatman

    South African Mtd.  Irr.  Force  – Capt.  A.E. Elliot

    I.Y.  – Lts.  M.G. Burnmister, F.W. Zurcher, 2/Lt.  A.I. Mossop

    Civil Surg.  P.H. Lang

   

    The Galeka left for England July 7  with the following on passage home:

    Maj.  J.H.K. Griffith and Capt.  C.A. Cottrell-Dormer, Reserve of Officers.

 

    The Kildonan Castle left for England July 6.  with Civil Vet.  Surg.  E.W. Oliver on passage home.

 

London Times 13/07/01 (Saturday)

p13b    The Columbian arrived Southampton Water Thursday night came into dock yesterday morning and landed 8 officers and 296 men.  She left later for London.

 

    The hospital ship Simla left Southampton yesterday for South Africa with nursing staff and details.

 

       

London Times 15/07/01 (Monday)

p10a    The hospital ship Nubia arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with the following:

    RAMC  – Maj.  Raymond

    13/Hussars  – Capt.  Ogilvy

    2/Warwickshire  – Lt.  Redman

    Durham Militia Arty.  – Lt.  Belcombe

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  Tyrrell

    2/Cameron Highlanders  – Lt.  Antrobus

    1/Scots Guards  – Capt.  Ruthven

    5/M.I.  – Capt.  Shaw

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  Gowans

    I.Y.  – Capt.  Clay, Lt.  Hern,

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  Arderne

    1/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Wolsely

    2/R.  Scots Fus.  – Lt.  Browne

    4/N.Z. Rifles  – Lt.  Powles

    Vol.  Co.  Norfolk  – Capt.  Atthill

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  Sandys

    1/R.  Scots  – Capt.  Moir, Lt.  Dalmahoy

    2/Seaforth Highlanders  – Lt.  Gascoigne

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  Hamilton

    1/R.  Irish  – Lt.  Anderson

    6/Dragoons  – Capt.  Jackson

    1/R.  Dragoons  – Lt.  Glyn

    Nurse Beanfoy (note: previous Beaufoy)

    198 men

 

London Times 16/07/01 (Tuesday)

p10b    The Saxon left for England July 11  with the following on passage home:

    South African Constabulary  – Maj.-Gen.  R.S. Baden-Powell, Capt.  R.H. Kearsley

    3/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Maj.  G.M. Conran

    3/Durham L.I.  – Capt.  W.H. Briggs

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots  – Capt.  M.W. Henderson

    South African Light Horse  – Capt.  C.W. Walker-Leigh

    ASC  – Lt.  E.C. Graves

    2/Norfolk  – 2/Lt.  A.D. Buzzard

    I.Y.  – Capts.  J.  Gilmour, F.  Jackson, Lt.  W.N. Norman-Steward

    Due Southampton July 27.

 

London Times 17/07/01 (Wednesday)

p12a    Note Here: LG Farquhar to Staff.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   17/07/01

p11    The Umona left here Wednesday evening for London  with General Baden-Powell on board.

    The Bavarian , with troops, arrived here Wednesday. 3/Staffordshire Militia and 5/Manchester.

    The Chicago arrived Sunday with several hundred troops and 400 horses. The Orcano, arrived Monday with troops.

 

p24    The Michigan and Monarch have sailed from New Orleans with 2,300 horses for South Africa .

 

p25    The Assaye arrived with troops on Monday and has sailed yesterday  for Durban.

 

p32    The Norman sails this afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Lt. Mitchell, Capt. Stronach, Capt. Mitchell, Capt. & Mrs. Chaddock.

 

London Times 18/07/01 (Thursday)

p6a & b    The Aurania arrived at Southampton yesterday.  The following were listed:    16/Lancers  – Lt.  G.E. Bellville

    2/E.  Kent  – Capt.  H.H.C. Baird

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  W.T. Bromfield

    3/Norfolk  – Col.  F.H. Custance

    Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  M.J. Hamilton

    4/Cheshire  – Lt.  M.T. Cramer-Roberts

    3/Gloucestershire  – Capt.  A.J. Menzies

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  B.S. Streeten

    1/W.  Riding  – Capt.  C.  Harris

    1/Derbyshire  – Capt.  B.G.V. Way

    2/W.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  J.H. Bennett

    2/Gordon Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  A.R. Hennessy

    3/Leinster  – Col.  J.H.G. Smyth

    5/Dublin Fus.  – Col.  H.C. Gernon

    5/Rifle Brigade  – Capt.  R.  Ratliffe

    7/Rifle Brigade  – Lt.  E.T. Aspinall

    RAMC  – Lts.  H.E.M. Douglas, M.G. Sterling, Civil Surg.  D.  Kernohan

    A.O.D.  – Lt.  G.H. Holland

    I.Y.  – Capt.  A.  Hedley-Garland, Lts.  A.C. Bergheim, P.C. Edwards

    5/N.Z. Regt.  – Lt.  G.  Bailey

    Proctorate Regt.  – Capt.  R.H. Nesbitt

    Victorian Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  T.  Parkin

    P.of W.  L.I.  – Capt.  P.  Oldham

    S.A. Mtd.  Irr.  Forces  – Capt.  J.S. Cape, Lt.  J.  Dunn

    Brabant’s Horse  – Lt.  A.J. Fraser

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  R.A. Nesbitt

    Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts  – Lt.  A.  Naughton

    2/Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  D.M.L. Graham

    D.of E.  Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  W.  Fleming

    Kimberley L.Horse  – Capt.  W.E. Packman

    Nursing Sisters  – M.E. Tippetts, A.A. Bonsfield, M.E. Richardson, A.J. Moffatt

    Sick Laying down, 97; convalescent, 301

    Wounded laying down, 13; convalescent, 24

    With the following on passage home: 

    Elswick Battery  – Maj.  H.  Scott, Lts.  H.S. Bell, W.C. Macartney, F.G.D. Johnson, R.W. Wilson, Surg.  Capt.  J.  Wreford, Vet.  Lt.  W.  Dotchin, and 170 men

    RAMC  – Maj.  J.R.W. Buchanan

    I.S.C.  – Col.  T.  Deane

    2/Gloucester  – Lt.  C.A.R. Hamilton

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  A.G. Tozer

    I.Y.  – Col.  T.A. Hill, Capts.  E.M. Grantham, H.W.P. Matthey, F.  Sowler, Lt.  F.C. Gray

    6/Imp.  Bushmen  – 2/Lt.  A.P. Rainy

    3/Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  E.  Napier

    Cape Police  – Capt.  R.F. Shutte

    Civil Surgs.  – W.H. Croly, G.  Arnott, J.A. Black, T.L. Davis, J.F. Dixon, A.P. Gibbons, T.F. Bond

    Civil Vet.  Surg R.F. Eagle

    Nursing Sisters  – A.B. Trew, A.N. Martin, A.G. Wason, L.M. Speers, A.  Gordon

   

    The Templemore left for England July 11  with the following on passage home:

    13/I.Y.  – Capt.  W.J.R. Marsh, Lt.  B.  Smith-Bingham

    8/I.Y.  – Lt.  R.H. Crawley

    11/I.Y.  – Lt.  J.B. Evans

    12/I.Y.  – Capt.  A.R. Buxton, Lt.  R.  Cotton

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  Sir J.R.G. Sinclair, Lts.  L.D. Passey, J.B. Cunliffe

    20/I.Y.  – Lt.  O.B. Rickard

    22/I.Y.  – Lt.  H.  Morris

    I.Y. Details  – Lts.  G.B. Coudrough, A.D. Bowly, J.F. Hutchinson, E.  Leech, 2/Lts.  R.A. Smallwood, A.E. Gilmore, H.  Bulman, and 153 men

    62 Co.  I.Y.  – 33 men

    4/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt.  P.  De L.  Temple and 40 men

    1/Border  – 2/Lt.  F.H. Harvey

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  A.  St.  C.  Holbrook

    Late of Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  F.F. Warren

    Civil Surg.  J.M. Coates

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  W.H. Yingst

    Due Southampton July 29

 

    The Idaho left for England July 12  with the following on passage home:

    4/R.  Lancaster  – Lt.-Col.  W.  Kemmis, Capts.  F.H.F. Evans, J.  Worsley-Taylor, L.W.O.H. Hibbert, R.R.W. Fitz-Herbert, 2/Lts.  H.T. Law, C.W. Brennand, Lt. & Qm.  B.  Daly and 661 men

    5/R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  B.S. Johnson

    N.Z. Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  F.B. French

    6/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Lt.  H.F. Robinson

    Civil Surgs.  T.D. Homan, G.H. Coltart

    Nursing Sisters  –   E.J. Brown, M.E. Ransome

    2/Cheshire  – Lt.  G.A.B. Hooper

    1/R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  G.L. Hibbert

    2/Welsh  – Maj.  R.B. Coke

    2/Norfolk  – Lt.  C.W. Lyon

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.L. Allen

    Victorian Bushmen  – Capt.  H.N. Wollaston, Lts.  F.H. Hutchings, F.W. Mann

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  M.H. Hayes

    Due Southampton Aug.  3

 

    The Surrey, from London, left Southampton yesterday for Table Bay .  (no dep.  fr.  London ??)

 

       

London Times 19/07/01 (Friday)

p7e & f.    Note Here: Copy of letter Hobhouse/Brodrick.

 

p12a    The Atlantian, with invalids, arrived at Southampton Waters Wednesday evening and docked yesterday morning.  The following were listed:   

    Irish Fus.  – Capt.  A.E.S. Heard

    3/Sussex  – Lt.  A.J. Parkin

    With the following on passage home: 

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.-Col.  B.F. Holme

    Victorian Bushmen  – Maj.  W.W. Dobbin

    6/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  J.M.C. Scott

    1/S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  Qm.  M.  Billings

    RA  – Maj.  G.D. Baker

    4/Gloucester  – Capt.  C.E.F. Henry

    I.Y.  – Lts.  A.P. Lane, T.M. Greer, A.H. Brouncker, A.H. Gardiner

    RAMC  – Maj.  H.T. Knaggs, Civil Surg.  E.C. Taylor

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.B. Kenny, H.W.L. Fernandes

    Rand Rifles  – Lt.  F.W. Tompkins

    Australian Staff  – Lt.-Col.  E.T. Wallack

 

    The City of Vienna arrived at Southampton Waters Wednesday evening and docked yesterday morning.  The following were listed:   

    ASC  – Capt.  Ward

    Nursing Sisters  – Clarke, May, Munn, Brown

    Civil Surgs.  – Martine, Weir

    Vol.  Co.  Scottish Rifles  – Lt.  Heilbron

    1/York & Lancaster – Lt.  Wilson

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Alexander

    Durham Nil.  Arty.  – Lt.  Swainston-Strangways

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  Brown

    RE  – Capt.  Manifold

    1/Gordon Highlanders  – Lt.  Gordon

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Young

    2/W.  Kent  – Col.  Grove

    2/Manchester  – Maj.  James

    Civil Vet. Surg.  Neale

    1/Derby  – Capt.  Sadler

    2/KRRC  – Capt.  Rhodes

    2 men died on the voyage.

 

    The Manchester Merchant arrived at Southampton yesterday  with the following on passage home:

    1 Bn.  I.Y.  – Capt.  Speke, Lts.  C.S. Awdry, H.F. Clifford, C.M. Thornton, R.G.M. Prichard, H.  Speke and Lt. & Qm.  Hon.  R.  Robertson

    11 Bn.  I.Y.  – Capts.  W.G. Dixon, R.B. Pott, Lts F.F. Rogers, N.S. Rouse, R.E.S. Barrington

    Details, I.Y.  – Capt.  G.C. Baxton, Lts.  W.  Simpson, C.  Shepherd-Cross, E.  Jecks, R.R. Davies, C.R. Pilkington and 55 men

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.S.P. Parker.

    I.Y. – 274 men

    Due Las Palmas July 14, Southampton July 20

 

    The Simla arrived at Plymouth yesterday.  The following invalids were listed:         R.  Scots Greys  – Lt.  Burch

    14/Hussars  – Lt.  James

    RE  – Maj.  Morgan, Lt.  Goldney

    2/E.  Surrey  – Lt.  Fletcher

    1/York & Lancaster  – Capt.  Thurnall

    2/R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  British, Lt.  Findlay

    I.Y.  – Lt.  Arkwright

    1/Suffolk  – Capt.  Yeates

    2/Dorset  – Capt.  Ingham

    Menne’s Scouts  – Lt.  Stuart

    RAMC  – Col.  Baker, Civil Surgs.  Cotterall, Robinson, Johnson, Bruce

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  Pratt

    2/W.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  Bartrum, Lt.  Porch

    2/GG  – Lts.  Jeffreys, Boswell

    2/Worcester  – Lt.  Hamilton

    Railway Pioneer  – Lt.  McBean

    2/SG  – Lt.  Maclean

    Army Nursing Serv.  – Walker, Cheetham, Ward

    2/Hampshire  – Maj.  Buckley

    5/Lancers  – Lt.  Rose

    Victorian Rifles  – Lt.  Beatty

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.  Gordon

    1/Liverpool  – Lt.  Docker

    1/Leinster  – Lt.  Murphy

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Capt.  Braithwaite, Lt.  Best

    RA  –  Priston (no rank listed)

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.  Clement

    N.Z.  M.R.  – Capt.  Neill

    Civilian  – Mr.  Mackinley

 

    The Antillian arrived at Southampton yesterday evening .  The following were listed:     Late 10/Hussars  – Col.  M.C. Wood

    I.Y.  – Lts.  J.  De La Swainston-Strangways, P.  Yardley, T.A. Huband

    Victorian Imp.  Bushmen  – Surg.-Lt.  J.P. Kelly

    Civil Sirg.  W.D. Walker

    Civil Vet.  Surgs .  W.  E.  Taylor, N.  Hewlett, L.  Barnard

 

p12b    Note Here: Hospital train record for the "Princess Christian”.

 

       

London Times 20/07/01 (Saturday)   

p7a    Dateline Sydney, July 19.    The Orient has arrived with about 500 of the 1/Imp.  Bushmen.

 

    Dateline Bermuda, July 19.    The Ranee has arrived here with 518 Boer Prisoners, 70 men of the Warwick Regt.  and 129 men of the RA.  1 prisoner died on the voyage of debility.

 

London Times 22/07/01 (Monday)

p10a    The Armenian arrived at Southampton Saturday with 6 officers and 93 men, mostly time-expired men from Bermuda and the Cape.  The following were listed:   

    6/R.  Irish Rifles  – Capt.  W.F.C. Garstin

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  G.  Aylmer

    3/Royal Scots  – Lt.  E.F. Penn

    I.Y.  – Lt.  W.M. Cameron

    Vol.  Co.  R.  Scots  – Capt.  R.W. Campbell

    Civil Surg.  J.G. Green

 

London Times 23/07/01 (Tuesday)   

p11b    The Victorian arrived at Queenstown Sunday night.  Yesterday she embarked an additional 135 remounts and sailed at noon for South Africa .

    The Dilwara arrived at Queenstown from Southampton yesterday and will embark the following:

    Scottish Borderers  – 2 officers and 75 men

    R.  Irish Rifles  – 3 officers and 221 men

    Shropshire  – 3 officers and 325 men.

    She will sail in the evening.

 

London Times 24/07/01 (Wednesday)

p10e    The Lake Erie left for England July 19  with the following on passage home:

    4/S.  Staffordshire  – Col.  F.  Charrington, Capts.  P.E.B.F. Smith, J.  MacA.  Steuart, H. Saunders-Davies, P.W. Brooks, E.A.E. Bulwer,  Lts.  J.H. Rymer, L.D. Inglefield, A.L. Martin, A.V. Whitehead, Lt. & Qm.  J.  Penketh and 488 men

    5/Manchester  – Capt.  J.B. Aiken

    Victorian Bushmen  – Capt.  E.  Tivey, Lts.  W.B. Chomley, W.H. Borwick, E.  Wauliss

    Victorian Imp.  Regt.  – Lt.  F.  Gilpin

    5/Victorian M.I.  – Rev.  G.N. MacDonnell

    W.  Australian Bushmen  – Lts.  C.A. Barnes, F.G. Hume (?  S.  Aust.  Bush.)

    3/Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  F.C.W. Bindley

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.M. Thomas

    4/W.  Australian Cont.  – Surg.  Capt.  W.  Gibson

    14/Hussars  – Capt.  W.  Prevost

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Capt.  A.  McMillan

    I.Y.  – Lts.  E.B. Mussen, F.W. Stroud, H.E. Edlmann, R.E. Sugden, Lt.&Qm.  W.H. Dempster

    3/Laccashire Fus.  – Maj.  W.F. Elmslie

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  Burnett (Late of)

    Nursing Sisters  – K.  Gossage, A.E. Rogers

    Due Las Palmas Aug.  4, Southampton Aug.  10.

 

    The Canada left for England July 18 with invalids.  The following were listed:   

    3/DG  – Lt.  A.C.M. Finlay

    RGA  – Capt.  R.E. Warden

    3/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  R.F. Howard

    Vol.  Co.  Gloucester  – Capt.  C.E.F. Mouat-Biggs

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  R.D. Stevens

    2/N.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  H.L. Helme

    4/N.  Staffordshire  – Col.  R.  Mirehouse

    ASC  – Capt.  H.O. Knox

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  C.P. Grindle

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  E.L. Moss

    17/Lancers  – Capt.  H.M. Shaw-Stewart

    4/R.  Lancashire  – Lt.  F.E. Hunt

    1/KOSB  – Lt.  C.  Leigh

    1/R.  Sussex  – Lt.  E.F. Villiers

    1/Essex  – 2/Lt.  F.N. Whitmore

    6/Middlesex  – 2/Lt.  H.A. Hill

    1/Highland L.I.  – 2/Lt.  R.F. Forbes

    RAMC  – Majs.  W.L. Gray, D.M. Saunders

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Capt.  H.N. Packer

    RFA  – Lt.  G.H.S. Morris

    3/Bedford  – Capt.  B.P. Newbolt

    4/Scottish Rifles  – Lt.  G.  Hazlerigg

    4/S.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  H.  Clover

    Vol.  Co.  Essex  – Lt.  C.H.R. Taylor

    3/Wiltshire  – Lt.  C.A.W. Hawker

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt.  G.J. Ryan

    I.Y.  – Capt.  H.E.M. Studdy, Lts.  H.E. Morris, T.R. Jackson, S.F. Ayre, F.W. Sampson, S.H. Friend, H.A. Whyte, W.J. Poole, E.G. Jeffreys, C.H. Coleman

    Civil Surgs.  – J.  Sowden, J.W. Miller

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  R.  Miller

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M.S. Wright, A.H. Hooper

    Rev.  W.S. Jaffray

    Sick laying down, 112; convalescent, 337

    Wounded laying down, 5; convalescent, 17

    With the following on passage home:   

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Col.  A.C.D. Dick, Lt.-Col.  M.D. Campbell, Maj.  J.T. Scott, Capts.  B.A. Cunninghame, L.G. Pearson, W.  Hall, H.H. Houldsworth, R.W. Campbell-Preston, Lts.  R.D. Falconan-Stewart, A.P.R.C. Campbell, H.G. Sotheby, 2/Lt.  J.  Ramsay, Lt. & Qm.  R.C. Williamson and 577 men

    Due Las Palmas July 29, Southampton Aug.  3.

 

    The Manila arrived at St.  Vincent on July 23,

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   24/07/01

p11    The Ulstermore arrived Monday with 23 1/DG, 41 6/DG, details, RAMC and 300 remounts.

 

p24    Dateline London, July 23.    The Kelvingrove left New Orleans for South Africa with 1,000 mules.

    Dateline London, July 19.    The Ranee, with Boer POW, has arrived at Bermuda. The Antillian has arrived at Southampton .

 

p25    The Dunottar Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers:  Capt. Hogg.

    The Dunvegan Castle sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Maj. Blewitt, Capt. Corry.

 

London Times 25/07/01 (Thursday)

p10a & b    Note: Chart here on numbers in concentration camps and deaths in June 1901.

   

    The following are to be added to the list of passengers on the Canada:

    1/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  F.J. Richardson

    3/S.  Lancashire  – Capt.  R.E.C. Edye

    Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  the Hon.  A.H. Maitland

    3/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  G.G. Gilligan

    I.S.C.  – Lt.  G.  Warneford, (Late of) Lt.  H.C.V. Adam

    RAMC  – Maj.  M.  Dundon

    Kent Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  R.  De B.  Hassell

    I.Y.  – Lts.  J.A. Leyland Naylor, Lord E.B. Seymour, R.G. Goody, 2/Lt.  M.  Fredericks

    Civil Surgs.  – J.D. Holmes, H.E. Birmingham, S.  Kirkpatrick, A.V. Peathing, W.J. Sweeney

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  C.E. Smith

    Revs.  H.A. Tudor, J.G. Gregson

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M. Senior, G.M. Girdler, E.A. Chaffey, A.  McKenzie, M.L. Mustard

 

London Times 26/07/01 (Friday)

p9a    The British Princess left for England July 22  with the following on passage home:

    2/Hampshire  – 2/Lts.  W.G.S. Kenny, C.R.F. Seymour

    GA  – 2/Lt.  N.G.R. Llewellin

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt.  H.S. Toppin

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Capt.  J.  Ruttledge

    Victorian M.I.  – Vet.  Capt.  H.S. Ruddock

    I.Y.  – Lts.  L.F.A. Barlow, E.W. Tidy

    Remount Dept.  – 2/Lt.  L.  Morgan-Smith

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj.  A.T.L. Gilroy, Capt.  T.G. Collins

    General Staff  – Col.  the Hon.  J.  Scott-Napier

    (Late of ) Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts  – Lt.  T.F. Bacon

    Civ.  Vet.  Surg.  A.C. Smart

    Civil Surg.  G.  Fitz Gibbons

    Due Southampton Aug.  13

 

    The St.  Andrew left for England July 22  with the following on passage home:

    Lord Lovant’s Corps  – Capt.  A.W. McDonald, Lts.  E.G. Fraser-Tytler, R.  Hunt, E.C. Ellis, E.  Grant, C.  Stirling and 154 men

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Stafford  – Capt.  B.  Wardle

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Surg.-Lt.  G.A. Parsons

    Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  H.C. Collins

    RAMC  – Surg.-Lt.  J.K. Tomory

    Nursing Sisters  – H.  Fisher, M.A. Hopkins

    Due Southampton Aug.  16

 

    The Colombian left Albert Docks yesterday for South Africa with 133 officers  men and 242 remounts.  Mostly 18/Hussars & 5/DG.  Lt.  J.T. Halliday, 18/Hussars, in charge.  She will call at Queenstown for more details.

 

London Times 27/07/01 (Saturday)

p7a    Census of refugee camps (Concentration) on July 20, here.

 

p13b & c    The Saxon arrived at Southampton yesterday (Baden-Powell).  The Mohawk also arrived at Southampton yesterday, in the afternoon.

   

    The Maplemore left for England July 24 with the following invalids:

    ASC  – Capt.  E.F. Taylor

    I.Y.  – Lt.  C.R. Covey

    With the following on passage home:

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  L.L. Hewson

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  J.O. Johnson

    2/W.  Yorks  – 2/Lt.  B.W. Shuttleworth

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.A. Cooke-Hurle

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  S.  Sellars

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Lt.  Kitley (Late of )

    Civil Surg.  C.R. Hodgson

    Due Southampton Aug.  16.

 

London Times 29/07/01 (Monday)

p8a    The Algeria left for England July 24  with the following on passage home:

    8/Hussars  – Capt.  E.A.S. O’Brien

    1/York & Lancaster  – 2/Lts.  M.  McL.  Corbyn, H.V.R. Hodson, L.A. Bethell

    W.  India  – 2/Lts.  E.C. Baddeley, D.D.R. Eppes

    BSAP  – Capt.  C.H. Gilson

    Civ.  Surg.  H.L. Apthorp

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  N.  Molyneaux, J.D. Cherry

 

London Times 30/07/01 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/07/01 (Wednesday)

p11a    The Englishman left for England on Saturday with the following invalids:

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  J.M. Evetts

    I.Y.  – Lts.  A.G. Evans, Qm.  J.  Ramssay

    With the following on passage home:

    Hampshire  – Capt.  W.J. Geddes

    3/Connaught Rangers  – Capt.  F.O. Bowen

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Cols.  J.S. Forbes, T.E. Harrison, Maj.  T.A. Wight-Boycott

    1/Cheshire  – 2/Lt.  J.A. Bean

    3/W.  India  – Lt.  C.B. White

    Canadian Regt.  of Inf. – Capt.  C.J. Almstrong

    3/N.S.W. M.I.  – Lt.  M.W. Thompson

    Civil Surg.  R.A. Draper

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  A.H. Sugdid

    Due Southampton Aug.  20

 

    The Waimate left Albert Docks yesterday morning with details and about 300 horses.  She will call at Southampton for more remounts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   31/07/01

p1    The escape of Pres. Steyn at Reitz, both sides of the story.

 

p24    Dateline London, July 25.    The Sylvania has sailed from New Orleans for South Africa with 1,130 mules.

    Dateline London, July 25.    The Nubia has sailed for South Africa with a full complement of nurses, orderlies and Colonial details.

p25    The Scot sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Lt. Way.

 

London Times 01/08/01 (Thursday)

p4a    The Pinemore was due to leave Queenstown last evening for Southampton to disembark  officers and men of the 3/S.  Lancashire Regt.

 

    The Templemore arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon.  The following were listed:     13/I.Y.  – Capt.  W.J.R. Marsh, Lt.  B.  Smith-Bingham

    8/I.Y.  – Lt.  R.H. Cawley

    11/I.Y.  – Lt.  J.B. Evans

    12/I.Y.  – Capt.  A.R. Buxton, Lt.  R.  Cotton

    14/I.Y.  – Capt.  Sir J.R.G. Sinclair, Lts.  L.D. Passey, J.B. Cunliffe

    20/I.Y.  – Lt.  O.B. Rickard

    22/I.Y.  – Lt.  H.  Morris

    I.Y. Details  – Lts.  G.B. Coudrough, A.D. Bowly, J.F. Hutchinson, E.  Leech, 2/Lts.  R.A. Smallwood, A.E. Gilmore, H.  Bulman, and 153 men

    62 Co.  I.Y.  – 33 men

    4/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt.  P.  De L.  Temple and 40 men

    1/Border  – 2/Lt.  F.H. Harvey

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  A.  St.  C.  Holbrook

    Late of Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Lt.  F.F. Warren

    Civil Surg.  J.M. Coates

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  W.H. Yingst

 

London Times 02/08/01 (Friday)

p11a    The Orcana left for England July 30 with the following invalids:

    I.Y.  – Lt.  P.R. Knowles

    RA  – Capt.  H.T. Russell

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  E.N. Jourdain

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Maj.  A.R. Austen

    6/DG  – Capt.  M.  Moncrieff

    Vol.  Co.  Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  E.E. England

    5/Warwick  – Capts.  J.B. Gosselin, C.  Hodgson

    ASC  – Lt.  J.P. Wilson, Lt.  A.J. Rennison

    2/Devonshire  – Lt.  J.C. Pearse

    1/KRRC  – Lt.  F.L. Pardoe

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  R.J. Smyly

    13/Hussars  – Lt.  G.  Halswelle

    4/RB  – Lt.  A.R. Harmon

    2/Scots Fus.  – Capt.  D.S. Browne

    Nursing Sisters E.J. Wood, A.A.S. Hill

 

p13d    Note Here: A long article concerning Shipping Subsidies.

 

London Times 03/08/01 (Saturday)

p5a & b    Dateline Bermuda, Aug.  2.    The Manila arrived here to-day with 607 Boer Prisoners, 145 men of the Warwickshire Regt, and 10 RAMC.  7 prisoners died on the voyage, 2 from pneumonia and 5 from malaria.

 

p10a    An additional passenger on the Oreana - 1/Lincoln - Lt.-Col.  M.C. Curry

 

    The Idaho arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    4/R.  Lancaster  – Lt.-Col.  W.  Kemmis, Capts.  F.H.F. Evans, J.  Worsley-Taylor, L.W.O.H. Hibbert, R.R.W. Fitz-Herbert, 2/Lts.  H.T. Law, C.W. Brennand, Lt. & Qm.  B.  Daly and 661 men

    5/R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  B.S. Johnson

    N.Z. Imp.  Bushmen  – Lt.  F.B. French

    6/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Lt.  H.F. Robinson

    Civil Surgs.  T.D. Homan, G.H. Coltart

    Nursing Sisters  –   E.J. Brown, M.E. Ransome

    2/Cheshire  – Lt.  G.A.B. Hooper

    1/R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  G.L. Hibbert

    2/Welsh  – Maj.  R.B. Coke

    2/Norfolk  – Lt.  C.W. Lyon

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.L. Allen

    Victorian Bushmen  – Capt.  H.N. Wollaston, Lts.  F.H. Hutchings, F.W. Mann

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  M.H. Hayes

 

    The Aurania arrived at Queenstown yesterday with about 400 troops bound for South Africa .  She will embark here about 400 additional drafts and will sail in the afternoon.

 

    The Pinemore arrived at Southampton yesterday with 13 officers and 671 men.

 

London Times 05/08/01 (Monday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 06/08/01 (Tuesday)

p8a    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

    3/DG  – Lt.  A.C.M. Finlay

    RGA  – Capt.  R.E. Warden

    3/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  R.F. Howard

    Vol.  Co.  Gloucester  – Capt.  C.E.F. Mouat-Biggs

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  R.D. Stevens

    2/N.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  H.L. Helme

    4/N.  Staffordshire  – Col.  R.  Mirehouse

    ASC  – Capt.  H.O. Knox

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  C.P. Grindle

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  E.L. Moss

    4/R.  Lancashire  – Lt.  F.E. Hunt

    1/KOSB  – Lt.  C.  Leigh

    1/R.  Sussex  – Lt.  E.F. Villiers

    1/Essex  – 2/Lt.  F.N. Whitmore

    6/Middlesex  – 2/Lt.  H.A. Hill

    1/Highland L.I.  – 2/Lt.  R.F. Forbes

    RAMC  – Majs.  W.L. Gray, D.M. Saunders

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Capt.  H.N. Packer

    RFA  – Lt.  G.H.S. Morris

    3/Bedford  – Capt.  B.P. Newbolt

    4/Scottish Rifles  – Lt.  G.  Haxlerigg

    4/S.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  H.  Clover

    Vol.  Co.  Essex  – Lt.  C.H.R. Taylor

    3/Wiltshire  – Lt.  C.A.W. Hawker

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt.  G.J. Ryan

    I.Y.  – Capt.  H.E.M. Studdy, Lts.  H.E. Morris, T.R. Jackson, S.F. Ayre, F.W. Sampson, S.H. Friend, H.A. Whyte, W.J. Poole, E.G. Jeffreys, C.H. Coleman

    Civil Surgs.  – J.  Sowden, J.W. Miller

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  R.  Miller

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M.S. Wright, A.H. Hooper

    Rev.  W.S. Jaffray

    Sick laying down, 112; convalescent, 337

    Wounded laying down, 5; convalescent, 17

    With the following on passage home:   

    4/A & S Highlanders  – Col.  A.C.D. Dick, Lt.-Col.  M.D. Campbell, Maj.  J.T. Scott, Capts.  B.A. Cunninghame, L.G. Pearson, W.  Hall, H.H. Houldsworth, R.W. Campbell-Preston, Lts.  R.D. Falconan-Stewart, A.P.R.C. Campbell, H.G. Sotheby, 2/Lt.  J.  Ramsay, Lt. & Qm.  R.C. Williamson and 577 men

    1/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  F.J. Richardson

    3/S.  Lancashire  – Capt.  R.E.C. Edye

    Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  the Hon.  A.H. Maitland

    3/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  G.G. Gilligan

    I.S.C.  – Lt.  G.  Warneford, (Late of) Lt.  H.C.V. McAdam

    RAMC  – Maj.  M.  Dundon

    Kent Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  R.  De B.  Hassell

    I.Y.  – Lts.  J.A. Leyland Naylor, Lord E.B. Seymour, R.G. Goody, 2/Lt.  M.  Fredericks

    Civil Surgs.  – J.D. Holmes, H.E. Birmingham, S.  Kirkpatrick, A.V. Peathing, W.J. Sweeney

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  C.E. Smith

    Revs.  H.A. Tudor, J.G. Gregson

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M. Senior, G.M. Girdler, E.A. Chaffey, A.  McKenzie, M.L. Mustard

    Altogether 50 officers and over 1,000 men.  Principal draft included 16 officers and 570 men of the A & S Highlanders.  Two deaths on the voyage.  Lt.  Poole, I.Y. of enteric and Capt. H.M. Shaw Stewart, 17/Lancers who fell overboard.

 

    The Manchester Merchant left Albert Docks yesterday with 8 officers, 131 men and 274 horses and will call at Southampton   for further details.  Troops mosthy 1/DG.  Lt.-Col.  A.  Wilson , A & S High.  in charge.

 

London Times 07/08/01 (Wednesday)

p8b    The City of Cambridge arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    Nursing Sisters  – D.E. Hutchinson, E.M. Mazzueche, J.  Genewer

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  M.J. Sweetman

    1/Manchester  – Capt.  F.C. Dunlop

    Dublin Mil.  Arty.  – Lt.  P.R. Peebles

    I.Y.  – Capt.  C.D. Carleton-Smith, Lt.  E.  Parsons

    3/York & Lancaster  – Lt.  R.D’A.  C.  Harley

    5/A & S Highlanders  – Lt.  J.  Pender

    13/Hussars  – Col.  Blagrove

    1/E.  Lancashire  – Capt.  W.H. Cooper

    RAMC  – Majs.  D.M.O’Callaghan, G.E. Hale

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – H.G. Patterson, A.J. Richmond, P.M. Evershed, M.  Munro

    Civil Surgs.  – A.  Strange, H.Y. Taylor, J.B. Boyd

    3/KRRC  – Lt.  F.V.Y. Brown

    RE  – Capt.  W.C. Hedley

    1/R.  Irish  – Capt.  R.L. Owens

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  E.R. Leggett

    1/R.  Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  Bathurst

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Lt.  T.W.T. Isaac

    N.S.W. Arty.  – Capt.  Brace

    RA  – Lt.  W.C.E. Rudkin

    2/Dorset  – Lt.  C.G. Hay

 

    The Manchester Merchant arrived at Southampton yesterday morning from London and embarked 6 officers, 160 men, including 3 officers and 154 men of the Cameron Highlanders, also 95 remounts.  She will call at Gibralter to embark 78 men for the Cape.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   07/08/01

p6    The Dunottar Castle has arrived here from East London with the following named military passengers: Capt. R.B. Beith, Staff-Capt. Greenlees, Capt. Lubbock; from Algoa Bay, Maj. Driscol & servant, Lt. A.F. Todd, Lt. Tyler & servant, Capt. Whindus.

    The Dunottar Castle leaves for England tomorrow with the following named military passengers: Capt., Mrs., & Miss Mooney.

 

p24    Dateline London, Aug. 2.    The Politician has left New Orleans with 925 horses for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Aug. 2.    The Manilla has arrived at Bermuda with Boer POW.

 

p25    The Victorian has arrived at Southampton with troops , 23 officers and 500 men under command of Maj. Hickman, R. Inniskilling Fus., from South Africa .

 

London Times 08/08/01 (Thursday)

p8b & c    Table of Casualties here for July 1901 and total td.

 

    The Chicago left for England on July 31  with the following on passage home:

    Tipperary Mil.  Arty.  – Lt.-Col.  F.J.S. Lecky

    RGA  – Maj.  F.  Prendergast

    Reserve of Officers  – Lts.  F.  Walter, M.U. Weyland

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.  Coates

    S.A. Mtd.  Irr.  Troops  – Lt.  T.  Fitzherbert

    RAMC  – Surg.-Lt.  A.H. McDougall

    Civil Surgs.  – F.A.H. Clarke, A.  Thomson, R.  Carswell

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – E.G. Orton, J.J. O’Connor

    Due Southampton Aug.  23.

 

    The Scot left for England July 31  with the following on passage home:

    RFA  – Capt.  C.F. Rugge-Price

    1/Worcester  – Capt.  B.O. Richards

    Due Southampton Aug.  16.

 

London Times 09/08/01 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 10/08/01 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 12/08/01 (Monday)

p5a    The Lake Erie arrived at Southampton on Saturday morning with about 500 men of the 4/S.  Staffordshire Regt.  and details and officers.  The following were listed:   

    4/S.  Staffordshire  – Col.  F.  Charrington, Capts.  P.E.B.F. Smith, J.  MacA.  Steuart, H. Saunders-Davies, P.W. Brooks, E.A.E. Bulwer,  Lts.  J.H. Rymer, L.D. Inglefield, A.L. Martin, A.V. Whitehead, Lt. & Qm.  J.  Penketh and 488 men

    5/Manchester  – Capt.  J.B. Aiken

    Victorian Bushmen  – Capt.  E.  Tivey, Lts.  W.B. Chomley, W.H. Borwick, E.  Wauliss

    Victorian Imp.  Regt.  – Lt.  F.  Gilpin

    5/Victorian M.I.  – Rev.  G.N. MacDonnell

    W.  Australian Bushmen  – Lts.  C.A. Barnes, F.G. Hume (?  S.  Aust.  Bush.)

    3/Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  F.C.W. Bindley

    RAMC  – Civil Surg.  J.M. Thomas

    4/W.  Australian Cont.  – Surg.  Capt.  W.  Gibson

    14/Hussars  – Capt.  W.  Prevost

    Lord Strathcona’s Corps  – Capt.  A.  McMillan

    I.Y.  – Lts.  E.B. Mussen, F.W. Stroud, H.E. Edlmann, R.E. Sugden, Lt.&Qm.  W.H. Dempster

    3/Laccashire Fus.  – Maj.  W.F. Elmslie

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  Burnett (Late of)

    Nursing Sisters  – K.  Gossage, A.E. Rogers   

 

    The Roslin Castle left East India Docks Saturday Morning with a few details and a cargo chiefly of oats.

 

    The Antillian left Albert Docks on Saturday with 10 officers and 96 men and 242 remounts.  Capt.  W.  Henry, 14/Hussars, in charge.  She will call at Queenstown for additional horses.

 

London Times 13/08/01 (Tuesday)

p5c    The Assaye left for England July 8 (This date is probably in error) with the following invalids:

    General Staff  – Lt.-Col.  C.  Wortham

    13/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  C.C. Dangar

    16/Lancers  – Capt.  E.  Bagwell-Purefoy

    RFA  – Lt.  E.  St.  C.  Gray

    2/CG  – Lt.  G.  Windsor Clive, 2/Lt.  R.  Whitbread

    3/Norfolk  – Lt.  A.C.F.G. Bernard

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.P. Frankland

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  W.E. Long

    Attached R.  Irish  – Lt.  F.J.R. Hughes

    1/Worcester  – Capt.  H.  Crawshay, 2/Lt.  P.G.P. Hill

    1/W.  Riding  – Lt.  H.K. Umfreville

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  W.S. Masterman

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Capt.  A.J. Carter

    4/N.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  J.R. Limbert

    ASC  – Capt.  H.  Cleeve

    RAMC  –   Maj.  G.H. Younge, Surg.-Capt.  H.  Linton, Lt.  T.B. Unwin

    AOD  – Capt.  C.M. Mathew

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  G.G. O’N.  Ray

    Vet.  Dept.  – Vet.-Maj.  J.  Cooper, Lt.  A.  Oliver

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  B.G. Booth, Capt.  F.P. Cockburn

    I.Y.  – Capt.  E.  Treffry, Lts.  A.E. Bloomfield, A.G. Howes, J.B. Allsopp, H.  McDougall, B.J. Slaughter, A.G. Coke, L.E.A. Bennett, C.  Harford, 2/Lt.  W.A. Smith

    Cape Vol.  Med.  Staff  – Surg.-Maj.  J.Q. Veitch

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  F.E. Crosbie

    P.O.W. L.H.  – Capt.  L.  D’E.  Miller, Lts.  W.H. Featherstone, A.G. Meyrick

    2/Brabant’s Horse  – Maj.  O.H. Ellis

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  D.  Stewart

    Cape M.  P.  – Lt.  E.S. Hutchons

    Civil Surgs.  F.A.F. Barnardo, F.G. Grosvenor

    Rev.  W.T. Saward

    Nursing Sisters H.  Hogarth, E.M. Sutton

    Sick laying down, 71; convalescent, 385

    Wounded laying down, 10; convalescent, 20

     With the following on passage home:

    Dublin Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  W.D’O.  Battley

    S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  G.W.R. Stacpoole

    2/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  C.A. Tisdall

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  W.H.E. Lawless

    1/Northumberland Vol.  Arty.  – Capt.  J.C. Wedgwood

    Vet.-Maj.  W.A. Crow

    Rhodesian Regt.  – Lt.  W.S. Spain

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  P.H. Goodair

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Lt.  A.R.S. Sale-Hill

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.  W.R. Larkins

    I.Y.  – Lts.  C.F. Barrett, C.W. Buckwell, G.D. Gade

    RAMC  – Majs.  M.T. Yarr, C.E. Nichol, Lt. & Qm.  H.  Bradley

    Rev.  J.  Blackburn

    Civil Surgs.  C.M. Ekins, H.H. Swanzy, R.  Boyd

    Nursing Sisters H.A. Lawrence, M.B. Pertwee, M.  Roche, E.F. Upperby, B.L. Shappere, O.E. Barrow

    Due Southampton Aug.  20.

 

    The British Princess arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 15 officers and 167 men and some details.  Col.  the Hon.  J.S. Napier, Staff, in charge.

 

    The Mohawk left Southampton yesterday with details and etc.  for South Africa .

 

 

London Times 14/08/01 (Wednesday)

p3e    Dateline Cape Town Aug.  13.    The Harlech Castle, with time-expired men of the Australian Artillery and details, has sailed for Australia.

 

p6d    The St.  Andrew arrived Southampton last night with the following listed.

    Lord Lovant’s Corps  – Capt.  A.W. McDonald, Lts.  E.G. Fraser-Tytler, R.  Hunt, E.C. Ellice, E.  Grant, C.  Stirling and 154 men

    Vol.  Co.  N.  Stafford  – Capt.  B.  Wardle

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Surg.-Lt.  G.A. Parsons

    Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  H.C. Collins

    RAMC  – Surg.-Lt.  J.K. Tomory

    Nursing Sisters  – H.  Fisher, M.A. Hopkins

   

    The Antillian arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning, embarked 5 men of the Duke of Cornwall’s L.I., 100 remounts and saile at noon for South Africa .

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    14/08/01

p20    The Carisbrook Castle arrived here Tuesday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. S.L. Barry.

    The Briton sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Maj. Burrowes, Capt. Higson, Capt. W.E. Park.

 

p25    Dateline Durban, Aug. 12.    The Montrose left here today with 900 Boer POW for Bermuda.

    Dateline Durban, Aug. 12.    The hospital ship Avoca has sailed with invalids for Southampton .

    The Ranee arrived at Bermuda on July 18 with 518 Boer POW, 70 men of the Warwick Regt., and 129 men of RA.

    The Aurania arrived at Southampton with the following named military passengers: Col. Nesbitt, Capt. Harry Nesbitt, Capt. A.J. Menzies, Gloucesters, Lt. Douglas, RAMC.

 

p29    The Antillian arrived at Southampton on the 19th with 11 officers and 380 men commanded by Col. M.C. Wood, late 10/Hussars.

 

 

London Times 15/08/01 (Thursday)

p3b & c    Interesting Note:  Dateline Melbourne, Aug.  15.  "A hundred men of the Victorian Contingent and 400 men of the New South Wales Contingent who have returned from South Africa are applying for indulgence passages on board the transport Britannic, on the understanding that they will join some corps upon their arrival in South Africa .”

 

p8c    The Avoca left Natal for England on Aug.  12 with the following invalids:

    6/DG  – Lt.  O.  St.  M.  Jones

    I.Y.  – Lt.  M.F. Jones

    2/Devon  – Lt.  Smyth-Osbourne

    1/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  C.R.P. Winser

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  C.E. Scott

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  L.B. Coulson

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Capts.  R.A. Smith, R.R. Gubbins

    2/Lancashire Fus. – Lt.  C.  Brand

    12/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  W.H. Charlton

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  D.  Logan

    RE  – 2/Lt.  A.W. Stokes

    2/Hampshire  – Lt.  F.C. Moore

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  W.M. Stewart

    6/Dragoons  – Lt.  C.H. Higgins

    3/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  R.M. St.  J.  Booth

    Vet Dept.  – Lt.  J.F. Coley, Civ.  Vet.  Surg.  R.D.C. Roberts

    7/DG  – Maj.  B.R. Deitz

 

    The Maplemore arrived at Southampton Water last night with invalids.  The following were listed:   

    ASC  – Capt.  E.F. Taylor

    I.Y.  – Lt.  C.R. Covey

    With the following on passage home:

    Kitchener’s Horse  – Lt.  L.L. Hewson

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  J.O. Johnson

    2/W.  Yorks  – 2/Lt.  B.W. Shuttleworth

    I.Y.  – Capt.  J.A. Cooke-Hurle

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  S.  Sellars

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Lt.  Kitley (Late of )

    Civil Surg.  C.R. Hodgson

 

    The City of Vienna left Albert Docks yesterday with a few details for South Africa

 

London Times 16/08/01 (Friday)Nothing Noted

 

London Times 17/08/01 (Saturday)

p5f    The Templemore sailed yesterday afternoon from Southampton .  She had embarked 450 remounts and the following:

    Details from the 12th & 17th Lancers, RA & RAMC.

    Mtd.  Inf.  Co.  Leinster Regt.  – 5 0fficers and 135 men

 

London Times 19/08/01 (Monday)

p8a    Note Here: Figures for persons in Concentration Camps for July 1901.

 

    The Briton left for England Aug.  14  with the following on passage home:

    RFA  – Maj.  H.G. Burrowes

    Eastern Province Horse  – Capt.  G.H. Higson

 

London Times 20/08/01 (Tuesday)

p9a    The Algeria arrived in Southampton Water last night  with the following on passage home:

    8/Hussars  – Capt.  E.A.S. O’Brien

    1/York & Lancaster  – 2/Lts.  M.  McL.  Corbyn, H.V.R. Hodson, L.A. Bethell

    W.  India  – 2/Lts.  E.C. Baddeley, D.D.R. Eppes

    BSAP  – Capt.  C.H. Gilson

    Civ.  Surg.  H.L. Apthorp

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  N.  Molyneaux, J.D. Cherry

 

    The Canada left Southampton yesterday for Queenstown and South Africa with the following:

    2/R.  Lancaster  – 99 men

    2/W.  Yorkshire  – 70 men

    2/S.  Wales Borderers  – 79 men

    1/Highland L.I.  – 197 men

    South African Constabulary  – 70 men

    RE  – 29 men

    Colonial Details  – 53 men

    Total from Southampton was 48 officers and 632 men.

    To embark at Queenstown  – 14 officers and 867 men.

 

    Arrangements for shipment of about 3,000 officers and men and 865 horses to Sept.  5, in 4 transports have been made.

    Ranee, from Albert Docks tomorrow with 13 officers and 392 men and 200 horses.

    Lake Erie, from Southampton on Aug.  28, with 16 officers 556 men and 305 horses.

    St.  Andrew, from Albert Docks on Aug 31, with 10 officers , 530 men and 360 horses.

    Assaye, from Albert Docks Aug.  31 with 10 officers, 530 men and 360 horses.

    The hospital ship Orcana will leave Southampton on Sept.  5 for South Africa .

 

London Times 21/08/01 (Wednesday)

p3a    Dateline Sydney, Aug.  20.  "The Britannic sailed to-day with 287 men who formerly served with the Australian Contingent in South Africa , and who are now returning with the object of joining any South African corps that may require recruits.”

 

p5e & f    Note Here: Despatch from Lord Kitchener dated Pretoria, July 8, 1901.

 

London Times 22/08/01 (Thursday)

p8a     The Englishman arrived at Southampton yesterday.  The following were listed:   

     Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  J.M. Evetts

    I.Y.  – Lts.  A.G. Evans, Qm.  J.  Ramssay

    With the following on passage home:

    Hampshire  – Capt.  W.J. Geddes

    3/Connaught Rangers  – Capt.  F.O. Bowen

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Cols.  J.S. Forbes, T.E. Harrison, Maj.  T.A. Wight-Boycott

    1/Cheshire  – 2/Lt.  J.A. Bean

    3/W.  India  – Lt.  C.B. White

    Canadian Regt.  of Inf. – Capt.  C.J. Almstrong

    3/N.S.W. M.I.  – Lt.  M.W. Thompson

    Civil Surg.  R.A. Draper

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  A.H. Sugdid

 

    The Manila arrived yesterday at Southampton with a few invalids ( From Bermuda ?)

   

    The Ranee left Albert Docks yesterday with 11 officers and 234 men.  The Canada left Queenstown yesterday for St.  Helena and South Africa with 56 officers and 1,354 men.

 

p13 b, c & d    Continuing of Kitchener’s Despatch from LG.  (men M.I.D.)

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   22/08/01

p25    The Kinfauns Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Col. Bodie.

    The Norham Castle leaves here tomorrow for England with the following named military passengers: Maj. Philips.

 

London Times 23/08/01 (Friday)

p3b    The Aurania arrived at Cape Town yesterday with 54 officers and 1,034 men.  She will proceed to Durban.

 

p3f    The Custodian left for England Aug.  16.  The following were listed:   

    4/DG  – Lt.  G.J. Metcalfe (invalid)

     With the following on passage home:

    RGA  –   Maj.  F.J. Graeme

    Donegal Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  J.S. Dewhurst

    RFA  – 2/Lt.  T.  Chrisp

    2/R.  Warwick  – 2/Lt.  L.A. Jones

    SR  – Capt.  R.  Wanless-O’Gowan

    1/Dorset  – 2/Lt.  E.A.H. Fell

    2/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  F.B. Lane

    4/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Maj.  C.H. Tippett

    5/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  L.C. Swifte

    W.  India  – Capt.  H.A. Thorne

    AOD  – Capt.  E.H. Robinson

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  H.E. Bamfylde, H.T. Hall

    I.Y.  – Lt.  J.W. Sutherland

    Late Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  A.F. Todd

    South African  L.H. – Lt.  J.  Dudgeon

    Prince of Wales L.H.  – Lt.  D.H. Hanson

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  J.H. Hodgson

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Lt.  W.  McEvoy

    BSAP  – Lt.  P.  Gwynne

    Civil Surgs.  C.W. Donald, E.S. Wells

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  L.P. Knight

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.F. Whitley-Deans-Dundas

    Due Las Palmas Sept.  1, Southampton Sept.  7

 

    The Montrose left Cape Town for Bermuda, Aug.  16 with the following.

    2/R.  Warwick  – Maj.  Elkington, Capt.  Skipwith, Lts.  Hore, Morritt, Allen, 2/Lt.  Tarant and 286 men.

    RAMC  – Maj.  Freeman and 7 men

    Boer Prisoners  – 952

    Due St.  Vincent Aug.  30, Bermuda, Sept.  11.

 

    The Orcana arrived at Plymouth yesterday morning with the following invalids:

    I.Y.  – Lt.  P.R. Knowles

    RA  – Capt.  H.T. Russell

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  E.N. Jourdain

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Maj.  A.R. Austen

    6/DG  – Capt.  M.  Moncrieff

    Vol.  Co.  Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt.  E.E. England

    5/Warwick  – Capts.  J.B. Gosselin, C.  Hodgson

    ASC  – Lt.  J.P. Wilson, Lt.  A.J. Rennison

    2/Devonshire  – Lt.  J.C. Pearse

    1/KRRC  – Lt.  F.L. Pardoe

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Lt.  R.J. Smyly

    13/Hussars  – Lt.  G.  Halswelle

    4/RB  – Lt.  A.R. Harmon

    2/Scots Fus.  – Capt.  D.S. Browne

    Nursing Sisters E.J. Wood, A.A.S. Hill

    The ship had 182 men on board.  6 officers and 58 men left ship at Plymouth .  The remainder to Southampton .

 

    The Armenian left tilbury yesterday with a few details and upwards of 8,000 tons of oats for South Africa .

 

London Times 24/08/01 (Saturday)

p5a    The Chicago arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following officers and 307 men:

    Tipperary Mil.  Arty.  – Lt.-Col.  F.J.S. Lecky

    RGA  – Maj.  F.  Prendergast

    Reserve of Officers  – Lts.  F.  Walter, M.U. Weyland

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.  Coates

    S.A. Mtd.  Irr.  Troops  – Lt.  T.  Fitzherbert

    RAMC  – Surg.-Lt.  A.H. McDougall

    Civil Surgs.  – F.A.H. Clarke, A.  Thomson, R.  Carswell

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – E.G. Orton, J.J. O’Connor

   

    The Orcana arrived at Southampton yesterday morning and landed 15 officers and 123 men from the Cape.

 

London Times 26/08/01 (Monday)

p3b    Dateline Melbourne, Aug.  25.    The Britannic sailed to-day for South Africa after embarking 130 Victorians who previously served in South Africa and are now returning on active service.

 

p4b    The Ranee left Queenstown for Cape Town, Saturday morning.  She takes out drafts of 2/Dgns., 8/Hussars, 2/Norfolks, 1/Suffolks, 2/Bedfords, & 2/Seaforth Highlanders.  Total was 15 officers , 393 men and 200 remounts.

 

London Times 27/08/01 (Tuesday)

p8a & b     The Assaye arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following invalids:

    General Staff  – Lt.-Col.  C.  Wortham

    13/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  C.C. Dangar

    16/Lancers  – Capt.  E.  Bagwell-Purefoy

    RFA  – Lt.  E.  St.  C.  Gray

    2/CG  – Lt.  G.  Windsor Clive, 2/Lt.  R.  Whitbread

    3/Norfolk  – Lt.  A.C.F.G. Bernard

    1/Suffolk  – Lt.  A.P. Frankland

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt.  W.E. Long

    Attached R.  Irish  – Lt.  F.J.R. Hughes

    1/Worcester  – Capt.  H.  Crawshay, 2/Lt.  P.G.P. Hill

    1/W.  Riding  – Lt.  H.K. Umfreville

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  W.S. Masterman

    1/N.  Lancashire  – Capt.  A.J. Carter

    4/N.  Staffordshire  – Lt.  J.R. Limbert

    ASC  – Capt.  H.  Cleeve

    RAMC  –   Maj.  G.H. Younge, Surg.-Capt.  H.  Linton, Lt.  T.B. Unwin

    AOD  – Capt.  C.M. Mathew

    Army Pay Dept.  – Capt.  G.G. O’N.  Ray

    Vet.  Dept.  – Vet.-Maj.  J.  Cooper, Lt.  A.  Oliver

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col.  B.G. Booth, Capt.  F.P. Cockburn

    I.Y.  – Capt.  E.  Treffry, Lts.  A.E. Bloomfield, A.G. Howes, J.B. Allsopp, H.  McDougall, B.J. Slaughter, A.G. Coke, L.E.A. Bennett, C.  Harford, 2/Lt.  W.A. Smith

    Cape Vol.  Med.  Staff  – Surg.-Maj.  J.Q. Veitch

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol.  Rifles  – Lt.  F.E. Crosbie

    P.O.W. L.H.  – Capt.  L.  D’E.  Miller, Lts.  W.H. Featherstone, A.G. Meyrick

    2/Brabant’s Horse  – Maj.  O.H. Ellis

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  D.  Stewart

    Cape M.  P.  – Lt.  E.S. Hutchons

    Civil Surgs.  F.A.F. Barnardo, F.G. Grosvenor

    Rev.  W.T. Saward

    Nursing Sisters H.  Hogarth, E.M. Sutton

    With the following on passage home:

    Dublin Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  W.D’O.  Battley

    S.  Staffordshire  – Capt.  G.W.R. Stacpoole

    2/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  C.A. Tisdall

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  W.H.E. Lawless

    1/Northumberland Vol.  Arty.  – Capt.  J.C. Wedgwood

    Vet.-Maj.  W.A. Crow

    Rhodesian Regt.  – Lt.  W.S. Spain

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  P.H. Goodair

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Lt.  A.R.S. Sale-Hill

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.  W.R. Larkins

    I.Y.  – Lts.  C.F. Barrett, C.W. Buckwell, G.D. Gade

    RAMC  – Majs.  M.T. Yarr, C.E. Nichol, Lt. & Qm.  H.  Bradley

    Rev.  J.  Blackburn

    Civil Surgs.  C.M. Ekins, H.H. Swanzy, R.  Boyd

    Nursing Sisters H.A. Lawrence, M.B. Pertwee, M.  Roche, E.F. Upperby, B.L. Shappere, O.E. Barrow   

    In addition she brought home 840 men, including several of the I.Y. who have been rejected due to their inability to ride and shoot.

 

    The Wakool left for England Aug 21 with the following:

    ASC Capot.  E.A.W. Courtney, (invalid)

    Wounded laying down, 4; convalescent 221

    Sick convalescent, 24

    With the following on passage home:

    5/Lancers  – Maj.  A.C. King

    RFA  – Maj.  C.M. Barlow

    2/Scots G.  – Lt.  the Hon.  C.E. Craven

    2/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  J.A. Paton

    4/Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  F.G. Waddington

    Middlesex  – Capt.  H.F. Macewan

    3/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  G.E.R. Patey

    RAMC  – Maj.  B.J. Mills

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  A.B. Boyd-Wilson, R.A. Vansittart

    I.Y.  – Capt.  E.D. Mansel

    Civil Surgs.  E.  Turton, E.B. Jones, A.  Wade

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  C.E. Steel, P.B. Brownrigg

    Nursing Sisters E.  Mackae, A.S. Clarridge, K.M. Pieot, K.  Forde

    Late I.Y.  – Lts.  A.L.S. Oelrichs, H.J. Parker

    Due Las Palmas Sept.  7 and Southampton Sept.  13

 

    The Lake Erie left Southampton yesterday with 34 officers and 562 men and 305 remounts.  Drafts consisted of the following:

    10/Hussars, 25 men

    13/Hussars, 43 men

    Somerset L.I., 47 men

    R.  Welsh Fus., 78 men

    R.  Sussex, 119 men,

    S.  Staffordshire, 101 men

    Welsh, 59 men

    N.  Staffordshire, 69 men

    and details

 

London Times 28/08/01 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    28/08/01

p32    The Carisbrook Castle sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Capt. Gregerson.

    The Saxon arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Capt. Henley, Gen S. Lyttelton, Capt. Alexander, Maj. Coryndon.

 

London Times 29/08/01 (Thursday)

p8a & b    The Dilwara left for England on Aug.  24 with invalids.  The following were listed:     RHA  – Maj.  P.B. Taylor.

    3/Norfolk  – Capt.  L.W. Gurney

    3/Bedford  – Lt.  E.  St.  G.  Mivart

    4/West Yorkshire  – Capt.  H.M. Appleton

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  N.  Monckton

    3/Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  O.F. Lenke

    2/E.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  L.F. Allason

    1/S.  Stafford  – Lt.  S.C. Welchman

    1/N.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  C.B. Wallis

    Vol.  Co.  R.  West Kent  – Lt.  P.J.F. McCracken

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Lt.  H.M. Hutchinson

    3/R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  F.R. Shackleton

    AOD  – Capt.  A.G. Staples

    Vet.  Dept.  Capt.  A.  England

    South African Mtd.  Irr.  Force  – Capt.  J.  Edwards

    I.Y.  – Capt.  A.  Fitzgibbon, Lts.  E.R. Brickdale, S.E. Thomas, T.  Field, 2/Lt.  S.G. McLean

     With the following on passage home:

    5/Liverpool  – Capt.  H.S. Husted

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt. & Qm.  G.  Croft

    1/Lancashire Fus.  – 2/Lts.  J.  Sargent, E.S. Deane

    1/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.-Col.  C.V. Trower

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.-Col.  R.H. Milne-Redhead

    3/Border  – Lt.-Col.  N.F. Jenkins

    R.M.L.I.  – Lt.-Col.  A.F. Gatliff

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  H.  Scott

    I.Y.  – Capt.  G.A. Weir, Lt.  G.  R.  McClintock

    Australian Horse  – Capt.  G.A. Thomas

    RA  – 2/Lt.  F.G. Harington

    Cape Police  – Capt.  H.  Hayes

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  E.P. Prestwick

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  J.P. Bell

    Civil Surgs.  R.C. Verley, W.H. Hunter, B.G. Brock

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Glenie, A.  Hill, M.L. Harris

    Due St.  Vincent Sept.  6, Southampton Sept.  13.

 

London Times 30/08/01 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/08/01 (Saturday)

p9a    The Simla left Port Natal for England Aug.  29.  The following were listed:   

    1/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  E.G.C. Bagshawe

    6/DG  – 2/lt.  Selby Lowndes

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – Capt.  E.T. Marshall

    RAMC  – Majs.  H.J. Barratt, J.E. Nicholson

    1/KOSB  – Capt.  A.G. Fraser

    2/SR  – 2/Lt.  F.G.W. Draffen

    I.Y.  – Capts.  G.B. Baker, C.J. Wahab, Lt.  C.E.B. Chalmers, 2/Lt.  C.C. Ommaney

    Army Pay Dept.  – Maj.  C.F.H. Beardmore

    1/RB  – Maj.  A.G. Ferguson

    ASC  – Capts.  G.H. Pedlar, A.F.F. Fisher, 2/Lt.  E.F.G. Dillon

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt.  F.E. McClellan

    5/Victorian M.R.  – Lt.  W.S. Wedd

    3/Dorset  – Lt.  C.H. Ching

    Rev.  Father Hepburn

    RFA  – Capt.  E.C.W.D. Walthall

    Due Southampton Sept.  26

 

    Col.  Plumer’s sword mentioned here.

 

London Times 02/09/01 (Monday)

p3a    Note Here: Lt.-Col.  Vandeleur killed.

 

p5b    The St.  Andrew left Albert Docks Saturday afternoon for the Cape with 12 officers and 492 men and 280 horses.  She will call at Queenstown.

 

London Times 03/09/01 (Thuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 04/09/01 ( Wednesday)

p8a    The St.  Andrew left Queenstown yesterday after embarking 80 remounts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   04/09/01

p11    "Amongst Boer prisoners of war detained at the camp near Lisbon is Mr. J.S. Marais, late Auditor-General of the Transvaal”

 

p25    The Norman arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. Egenes.

    The Kinfauns Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Maj. Wedgewood, Capt. Roche, Capt. Bunbury.

 

 

London Times 05/09/01 (Thursday)

p8a & b    Table of Casualties during August 1901 here.

   

    The Englishman left Albert Docks yesterday afternoon for South Africa  with 5 officers and 188 men and 126 remounts.  Troops mostly from 12, & 17 Lancers and 1/Leicestershire Regt.  She will call at Queenstown for an additional 350 men and 200 horses.

 

    The hospital ship Oreana left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa with nurses and details.  including 15 officers and 138 men with some colonials.

 

London Times 06/09/01 (Friday)

p3a    Note: Details here of Lt.-Col.  Vandeleur’s death.

 

p8a & b    The Tagus left for England August 31 with the following invalids:

    2/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  S.S. Butler.

    2/Bedford  – 2/Lt.  H.O.H. Smithers

    1/W.  Riding  – 2/Lt.  H.A. Davis

    RB  – Maj.  E.A.F. Dawson

    ASC  – Lt.  J.W.R. Debathe

    Cape Vol.  M.S.C.  – Lt. & Qm.  W.  Austin

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  F.A. Deare, Lts.  H.C. Thompson, G.B. Thomas

    Civil Surg.  R.  Tilbury

    Nursing Sisters C.  Brown, R.M. Bullock, F.  Low

    Sick laying down, 58; convalescent, 277

    Wounded laying down, 6; convalescent, 5

    With the following on passage home:

    Limerick City Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  S.J. Brasier-Creagh

    2/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  D.  Mathers

    1/R.  Scots Fus.  – 2/Lts.  H.G.B. Miller, W.H. Hodgson

    1/KOSB  – Lt. & Qm.  B.E. Parkinson

    2/Derby  – 2/Lts.  A.B. Wayte, E.A.L. Nickerson

    3/Manchester  – 2/Lts.  A.  Mackrell, E.  Sheppard

    3/ Gordon Highlanders  – Capt.  C.W. Kennard

    2/R.  Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt.  S.M.L. Iredell

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  F.G. Hughes

    I.Y.  – Maj.  R.W.W. Eyton, Lts.  R.J. Vyner, C.H.H. Williams, R.H. Baillie, Surg.-Maj.  J.E. Martin

    South African L.H.  – Lt.  C.O. Taylor

    Revs.  F.K. Keene, J.  Cottrel

    RAMC  – Maj.  A.  Baird

    Civil Surgs.  G.A. Herklots, W.H. Steele, A.W. Izard, J.F. Bulfin

    Nursing Sisters B.  Brooks, C.  Terry, E.  Fry, M.A. Franklin

    Due St.  Vincent Sept.  13, Southampton Sept.  20.

 

    The Manila sailed from Southampton yesterday with 21 officers and 867 men.

 

London Times 07/09/01 (Saturday)

p10a & b    The Avoca, with invalids, arrived at Southampton Water yesterday afternoon.  The following were listed:   

    6/DG  – Lt.  O.  St.  M.  Jones

    I.Y.  – Lt.  M.F. Jones

    2/Devon  – Lt.  Smyth-Osbourne

    1/S.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  C.R.P. Winser

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  C.E. Scott

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt.  L.B. Coulson

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Capts.  R.A. Smith, R.R. Gubbins

    2/Lancashire Fus. – Lt.  C.  Brand

    12/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  W.H. Charlton

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.  D.  Logan

    RE  – 2/Lt.  A.W. Stokes

    2/Hampshire  – Lt.  F.C. Moore

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – Capt.  W.M. Stewart

    6/Dragoons  – Lt.  C.H. Higgins

    3/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  R.M. St.  J.  Booth

    Vet Dept.  – Lt.  J.F. Coley, Civ.  Vet.  Surg.  R.D.C. Roberts

    7/DG  – Maj.  B.R. Deitz

    289 men

    1 man died on the voyage, Pte.  Monkton, Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.

 

London Times 09/09/01 (Monday)

p5a & b    Note Here: Report of Vandeleur service, among attendance, Col.  Maxse,

 

    The Englishman embarked, at Queenstown Saturday, 4 officers and 240 men for a total carried of 25 officers and 455 men, and 296 remounts.  Among those who were embarked were 30 men who were sentenced to 18 months for looting a goods train at Naauwpoort and have been liberated after 5 months.

 

    The Dunottar Castle listed among her passengers for South Africa, 3 officers and 103 men of the Monmouth Mil.  Eng.

 

London Times 10/09/01 (Tuesday)

p9b    The Custodian arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

    4/DG  – Lt.  G.J. Metcalfe (invalid)

     With the following on passage home:

    RGA  –   Maj.  F.J. Graeme

    Donegal Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  J.S. Dewhurst

    RFA  – 2/Lt.  T.  Chrisp

    2/R.  Warwick  – 2/Lt.  L.A. Jones

    SR  – Capt.  R.  Wanless-O’Gowan

    1/Dorset  – 2/Lt.  E.A.H. Fell

    2/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  F.B. Lane

    4/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Maj.  C.H. Tippett

    5/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  L.C. Swifte

    W.  India  – Capt.  H.A. Thorne

    AOD  – Capt.  E.H. Robinson

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  H.E. Bamfylde, H.T. Hall

    I.Y.  – Lt.  J.W. Sutherland

    Late Robert’s Horse  – Lt.  A.F. Todd

    South African  L.H. – Lt.  J.  Dudgeon

    Prince of Wales L.H.  – Lt.  D.H. Hanson

    Loch’s Horse  – Lt.-Col.  J.H. Hodgson

    C.I.C. Bodyguard  – Lt.  W.  McEvoy

    BSAP  – Lt.  P.  Gwynne

    Civil Surgs.  C.W. Donald, E.S. Wells

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  L.P. Knight

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.F. Whitley-Deans-Dundas

 

London Times11/09/01 (Wednesday)

pages 11, 12, & 13    London Gazette Sept.  10, 1901.  Despatch from Lord Roberts of M.I.D.

Note: of interest  – Staff–  Burn-Murdock, F.S. Maude, F.D. Farquhar

    CG  – Surtees, Drummond-Hay, Sterling, Feilding, Ponsonby, Steele, Pryce-Jones

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   11/09/01

p1 & 2    Note here article on the death of Lt.-Col. Vandeleur, I.G.

 

p23    The Dunvegan Castle arrived here Tuesday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. A.F. Brown.

    The Saxon sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Maj. Clarke, Capt. Elves.

 

p24    Here a mention of the thoughts of putting Boer POW on trains as a protective measure.

    Dateline London, Sept. 5. The purchase of mules for South Africa at Kansas City has been resumed.

 

p25    Dateline Durban, Sept. 9.    The hospital ship Nubia, with invalids, sails on Wednesday.

 

London Times 12/09/01 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 13/09/01 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 14/09/01 (Saturday)

p7a & b    The Wakool arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    ASC Capot.  E.A.W. Courtney, (invalid)

    With the following on passage home:

    5/Lancers  – Maj.  A.C. King

    RFA  – Maj.  C.M. Barlow

    2/Scots G.  – Lt.  the Hon.  C.E. Craven

    2/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  J.A. Paton

    4/Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  F.G. Waddington

    Middlesex  – Capt.  H.F. Macewan

    3/R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt.  G.E.R. Patey

    RAMC  – Maj.  B.J. Mills

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  A.B. Boyd-Wilson, R.A. Vansittart

    I.Y.  – Capt.  E.D. Mansel

    Civil Surgs.  E.  Turton, E.B. Jones, A.  Wade

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  C.E. Steel, P.B. Brownrigg

    Nursing Sisters E.  Mackae, A.S. Clarridge, K.M. Pieot, K.  Forde

    Late I.Y.  – Lts.  A.L.S. Oelrichs, H.J. Parker

    760 men

    Many of the men were ex-POW of the Boers.  Spoke well of them.  Not of the foreigners.

 

p8a    Note Here; M.I.D. for China Operations.

 

London Times 16/09/01 (Monday)

p3d    Dateline Bermuda, Sept.  14.        The Montrose arrived here after a rough passage.  She carried 932 Boer P.O.W., 37 convicts, and 285 men of the Warwickshire Regt..  Among the POW there were 74 cases of measles (2 died), 10 cases of pneumonia, 5 bronchitis, and 6 of senile decay.

 

London Times 17/09/01 (Tuesday)       

p3d    Dateline Sydney, Sept.  16.    The N.S.W. battery of the Australian Arty.  returned here to-day.  (no ship mentioned.)

 

p5a & b    The Dilwara arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 609 men under command of Lt.-Col.  A.F. Gatliff, RMLI.  The following were listed:   

     RHA  – Maj.  P.B. Taylor.

    3/Norfolk  – Capt.  L.W. Gurney

    3/Bedford  – Lt.  E.  St.  G.  Mivart

    4/West Yorkshire  – Capt.  H.M. Appleton

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt.  N.  Monckton

    3/Welsh Fus.  – Lt.  O.F. Lenke

    2/E.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  L.F. Allason

    1/S.  Stafford  – Lt.  S.C. Welchman

    1/N.  Lancashire  – 2/Lt.  C.B. Wallis

    Vol.  Co.  R.  West Kent  – Lt.  P.J.F. McCracken

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Lt.  H.M. Hutchinson

    3/R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  F.R. Shackleton

    AOD  – Capt.  A.G. Staples

    Vet.  Dept.  Capt.  A.  England

    South African Mtd.  Irr.  Force  – Capt.  J.  Edwards

    I.Y.  – Capt.  A.  Fitzgibbon, Lts.  E.R. Brickdale, S.E. Thomas, T.  Field, 2/Lt.  S.G. McLean

     With the following on passage home:

    5/Liverpool  – Capt.  H.S. Husted

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt. & Qm.  G.  Croft

    1/Lancashire Fus.  – 2/Lts.  J.  Sargent, E.S. Deane

    1/S.  Wales Borderers  – Lt.-Col.  C.V. Trower

    3/E.  Lancashire  – Lt.-Col.  R.H. Milne-Redhead

    3/Border  – Lt.-Col.  N.F. Jenkins

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  H.  Scott

    I.Y.  – Capt.  G.A. Weir, Lt.  G.  R.  McClintock

    Australian Horse  – Capt.  G.A. Thomas

    RA  – 2/Lt.  F.G. Harington

    Cape Police  – Capt.  H.  Hayes

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt.  E.P. Prestwick

    Civil Vet.  Surg.  J.P. Bell

    Civil Surgs.  R.C. Verley, W.H. Hunter, B.G. Brock

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Glenie, A.  Hill, M.L. Harris

   

    The Saxon left for England Sept.  11  with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Col.  Sir.  C.  Parsons.

    1/Durham L.I.  – Capt.  L.E.C. Elwes

    BSAP  – Capt.  Cashel.

    Rev.  F.  Knapp

    1/Worcester  – Maj.  E.  St.  L.  Clarke

    R.  Irish Fus.  – Capt.  G.  K.  Swettenham

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.R. Jameson

    Due Southampton 27 Sept.

 

    The Nubia left Port Natal for England Sept.  12, with the following invalids:

    I.Y.  – Lt.  H.P. Travers

    Scottish Horse  – 2/Lt.  T.  McLetchie

    5/Lancers  – Capt.  M.P.R. Oakes

    4/KRRC  – Lt.  A.J. Fife

    1/Derby  – Lts.  Gibson , W.R. Frend

    Victorian Mtd.  Rifles  – Lt.  J.H. Brabazon and 27 men

    R.  Fus.  – 2/Lt.  D.H. Evans

    2/Middlesex  – Capt.  R.A. Haviland, Lt.  F.H. Nugent

    ASC  – Maj.  J.S. Moore, Lt.  G.  Anstruther

    RAMC  – Capt.  N.  Marden, Civil Surgs.  Dunn, Simpson, Lowe, Brew, Collyns

    Nurses  – Palmer, Gordon, Nutter, Phillips, Beetham, Douglas, Rider, Wells, Hunsellin

    Rev.  Peploe

    Due Southampton Oct.  6.

 

London Times 18/09/01 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   18/09/01

p11    The Canada arrived here Wednesday morning with over 1,000 troops.

 

p24    Dateline London, Sept. 12.    The Montezuma and the Raphael have sailed today from New Orleans with 2,000 horses and mules for South Africa .

 

p29    The Norman sails this afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Capt. Campbell, Capt. A. von Dessaner, Capt. Logan.

 

London Times 19/09/01 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 20/09/01 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 21/09/01 (Saturday)

p6c & d    The Hawarden Castle left for England Sept.  18  with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen.  Sir H.J.T. Hildyard   

    13/Hussars  – Maj.  M.A. Close

    RA  – Lt.  F.M.C. French

    R.  W.  Kent  – Capt.  A.W. Martyn

    RFA  – Capt.  P.  Wheatley, Lt.  W.  Williams

    R.  Monmouth Mil.  Eng.  – Capt.  R.S. Foresteit-Walker

    2/Scots G. – Maj.  E.  Milner

    2/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  C.J.H. Gardner

    1/R.  Scots Fus.  – 2/Lt.  J.D. Strong

    4/Lincoln  – Capt.  E.K. Cordeaux

    Devon  – Capt.  N.R. Radcliffe

    1/S.  Lancashire  – Lt.  E.W.E. Milman

    3/Border  – Maj.  R.W.W. Jones

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.  C.C.H. Harvey

    Remount Dept.  – Capt.  C.M. Wheatley, Lts.  S.  Galvayne, G.C. Duncan

    I.Y.  – Capt.  H.E. Holbrow, Lts.  W.E. Guinness, E.T. Whitehead, 2/Lt.  E.C. St.  J.  B. Neale

    RAMC  – Lt.  R.L. Davies

    Rhodesian Field Force  – Surg.  Lt.  H.  Cardin

    Chinese Regt.  of Inf.  – Lt.  Qm.  T.  Jones

    Imp.  L.Horse  – Maj.  H.A. Rogers

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  F.H. Pinkett, E.E. Clode, K.  Hewlett, J.T. Crosby

    Nursing Sisters W.M. Pooler, G.  Chinnery

 

    The Norman left for England Sept.  18  with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.- Gen.  J.M. Babington, Capt.  C.L.K. Campbell

    10/Hussars  – Capt.  Hon.  J.  Dawnay

    Prince of Wales L.H.  – Capt.  R.  Rayner

    I.Y. Hospital  – Capt.  Dessauer Chambers, Force Dr.  H.D. Rolliston

 

    The German left for England Sept.  16, has on board Civil Surg.  T.A.G. White.

 

    The Tagus arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with about 700 men, mostly invalids.  The following were listed:   

    2/R.  Warwick  – Lt.  S.S. Butler.

    2/Bedford  – 2/Lt.  H.O.H. Smithers

    1/W.  Riding  – 2/Lt.  H.A. Davis

    RB  – Maj.  E.A.F. Dawson

    ASC  – Lt.  J.W.R. Debathe

    Cape Vol.  M.S.C.  – Lt. & Qm.  W.  Austin

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  F.A. Deare, Lts.  H.C. Thompson, G.B. Thomas

    Civil Surg.  R.  Tilbury

    Nursing Sisters C.  Brown, R.M. Bullock, F.  Low

    With the following on passage home:

    Limerick City Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  S.J. Brasier-Creagh

    2/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  D.  Mathers

    1/R.  Scots Fus.  – 2/Lts.  H.G.B. Miller, W.H. Hodgson

    1/KOSB  – Lt. & Qm.  B.E. Parkinson

    2/Derby  – 2/Lts.  A.B. Wayte, E.A.L. Nickerson

    3/Manchester  – 2/Lts.  A.  Mackrell, E.  Sheppard