Shipping Lists

 

London Times 01/01/02 (Wednesday)

p8c    The hospital ship Nubia, with usual staff, left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa .

 

London Times 02/01/02 (Thursday)

p8b    The Orotava left for England Dec.  23 with the following invalids:

    RE  – Lt.-Col.  A.G. Hunter-Weston

    6/Manchester  – Maj.  A.H. Bayley

    Nursing Sister M.  Thomas

    Sick laying down, 6; convalescent, 99

    Wounded laying down, 1; convalescent, 2

    With the following on passage home:

    ASC  – Capt.  E.L. Colquhoun

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  D.  How

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.  R.B.M. Wood

    3/Leinster  – 2/Lt.  J.F. Jones

    3/Gloucester  – Capt.  W.H. Walshe

    2/R.  Highlanders  – Lt.  W.P. Nunneley

    Devonshire  – Capt.  M.H. Grant

    Reserve of Officers  – Majs.  W.  Sanderson, T.H.B. Forster

    RGA  – Capt.  A.S.P. McGhee

    5/Worcester  – Lt.-Col.  R.  Holden

    RFA  – Maj.  J.W.M. Newton

    2/Gordon High.  – Maj.  Hon.  R.F. Carnegie

    1/Welsh  – 2/Lt.  F.G. Heath

    I.Y.  – Capt.  R.C. Lawrance, Lts.  G.A. Buckland, T.R.G. Tyrrell

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  R.H.S. Sawyer

    Colonial Defence Force  – Capt.  C.S. Forsbrook

    South African Constabulary  – Capt.  M.S. Adye

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  H.  Dyer, W.T. Olver, F.H. Pinkett

    Civil Surgs.  H.C. Baker, E.C. Bailey

    Nursing Sister N.  Stevens

    3/R.  Scots  – Capt.  Hon J.  Campbell

    Due Southampton Jan.  11.

 

    The Braeman Castle left for England Dec.  26,  with the following on passage home:

    14/Hussars  – Maj.  F.R. Lawrence

    1/R.  Munster Fus.  – Capt.  G.C. Bowen

    6/V.B.  KRRC  – Col.  Sir C.E.H. Vincent

 

London Times 03/01/02 (Friday)

p8b    The Morayshire left Albert Docks last night qith a few details and 300 remounts.  She will call at Southampton for more details and remounts.

 

London Times 04/01/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 06/01/02 (Monday)

p8a-c    Note Here a Table of Casualties for December 1901.

 

    The Hospital ship Dunera left for England Dec.  20,  with the following invalids:

    RAMC  – Lt.  C.S. Smith

    5/Manchester  – Lt.  H.T.H. Harris

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  B.  Blood

    2/Scottish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  G.W.R. Wilmer

    1/Leicester  – 2/Lt.  G.D. Nash

    I.Y  – Lts.  E.E. Dooley, E.E. White, J.S. Orr, F.G.J. Williams, W.E. Craig

    1/DG  – Lt.  H,H, Harris

    4/KRRC  – Lt.  G.J. Acland-Troyte

    1/KRRC  – Lt.  R.H. Seymour

    5/DG  – Maj.  A.R. Heneage

    Vet.  Dept.  – Vet.  Lt.  W.H. Lowe

    S.A. Constabulary  – Lt.  A.  Douglas-Pennant

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  J.M. Carter

    2/R.  Warwick  – 2/Lt.  C.W.C. Crooke

    2/Northampton  – Lt.  E.  Knatchbull-Hugessen

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  T.C. Mudie

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  W.P. Pearse

    2/Devon  – 2/Lt.  J.E. Lewis-Lloyd

    1/Yorkshire  – Lt.  W.B. Walker

    5/R.  Fus.  – Capt.  J.H. Davidson-Houston

    Nursing Sisters M.  Stephenson, C.M. Mello

    Sick laying down, 3; convalescent, 245

    Wounded laying down, 5; convalescent, 32

    For Duty on Voyage:

    RAMC  – Maj.  R.I. Power

    Civil Surgs.  J.M. Crawford, J.H. Martin, G.E. Richmond, W.  Sutcliffe

    Nursing Sisters M.G. Hill, J.  Creighton, M.  Herring, M.  Mavius, M.  Meade, W.D. Redstone

    Due Southampton Jan.  21.

 

    The Bavarian arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following invalids:

    1/DG    –    Capt.  H.  De C.  Eastwood

    9/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  R.S. Chadwick

    GA  – Capt.  C.A. Ker, Lt.  H.M. Close

    3/W.  Surrey  – Lt.-Col.  F.H. Fairtlough

    2/Berks  – Capt.  D.B. Maurice, Lt. & Qm.  R.C. Harding

    2/W.  Kent  – Capt.  C.G. Pack-Beresford

    1/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  R.C. Browne

    2/Highland L.I.  – 2/Lt.  K.L. Buist

    4/Highland L.I.  – Lt.  M.  Rolland

    3/Munster Fus.  – Capt.  A.  Arnot

    ASC  – 2/Lts.  J.W.H. Tyndall, C.H. Furneaux

    Nursing Sisters E.M. Beck, M.E. Howell

    Sick laying down, 40; convalescent, 426

    Wounded laying down, 16; convalescent, 20

    With the following on passage home:

    S.A. Mtd.  Irr.  Troops  – Maj.  W.J.E. Poole

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  W.K. Rollo

    APO COrps  – Capt.  S.C. Curtis

    RHA  – Col.  E.M. Flint, Capt.  W.V. J.  C.  Elwes

    RFA  – Maj.  C.H. De Rougemont, Lt.  J, Vigors

    1/R.  Irish Fus.  – 2/Lt.  R.O’C.  Malone

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  R.N. Morley

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Col.  C.G.C. Money

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Col.  St.  G.C. Henry

    E.  Kent  – Capt.  A.D. Geddes

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Capt.  C.J. Garsia

    5/A & S Highlanders  – Capt.  J.  Pender

    Middlesex   – Capt.  R.J. Ross

    1/Gordon Highlanders  – Maj.  F.W. Kerr,  Capt.  R.A.N. Tytler

    ASC  – Lt. & Qm.  J.C. Woods

    2/R.  Highlanders  – 2/Lt.  J.  Mackenzie

    2/Derby  – Capt.  P.  Leveson Gower

    I.Y.  – Capts.  H.A. Budder, E.W.P. Uniacke, F.C. Goulden

    5/Manchester  – Capt.  S.W. Dixon

    Colonial Def.  Force  – Capt.  A.C. Harmsworth

    Chatsfield’s Scouts  – Capt.  Chatfield

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  T.P. Woodhouse

    Civil Surgs.  M.  Cleary, F.L. Dickson, D.  Ritchie, J.  Keenan

    Nursing Sisters M.H. Bruce, M.  Whiteman, G.  Napier, M.  Rorke, A.  Kuys

    Rev.  Forshaw

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  F.C. Mahon, H.F. McVean, H.  Scarlett.

 

London Times 07/01/02 (Tuesday)

p8b-d        The Ranee arrived, with troops, at Southampton yesterday morning.  The following were listed:   

    "Q” RHA  – Maj.  G.  Humphreys, Lts.  E.R. Burne, R.W. St.  L.  Gethin, E.W. Furse and 86 men and 4 guns.

   

    The Armenian left Port Natal Jan 2 and due to arrive  at Bombay o/a Jan.  16.  with the following:

    2/Gordon High.  – Lt.-Col.  Scott, Majs.  Staunton, Hunter-Blair, Capts.  Simpson, Findlay, Booth, Brown, Lts.  MacGregor, Forbes, Dick Cunyngham, Stanfield, McLean, 2/Lts.  Cumine, Burn, Capt. & Qm.  Anderson and 694 men.

    1/Devon  – Majs. & Bt.  Lt.-Cols.  Davies, Jacson, Capt. & Bt.  Maj.  Ravenshaw, Capts. Wren, Holland, Graham, Lts.  Harris, Watts, Blunt, Cunning, Hayley, Willis, Scafe, Kane, 2/Lts. Edward-Collins, Chaplain Drake, and 916 men

    RAMC  – Capt.  French

   

    The Scindia left Jan 3.  for Bombay with the following:

    2/Gordon High.  – Maj.  Wright, Lt.  Maitland, 2/Lts.  Cookson, Bruce, Huggins

    1/Devon  – Lt.  Twiss, 2/lts.  Young, Hext, Mills, Wrey

    2/Suffolk  – 2/Lt.  Massy

    Vet.  Surg.  Capts.  Tatam, Harris

    RGA  – Lts.  R.  Hoskyn, H.C. Reeves

 

    Note Here New Service Dress Regs. for the Army

 

London Times 08/01/02 (Wednesday)

p3a    Dateline Durban, Jan.  6.    300 Boer prisoners arrived here yesterday and 750 more are expected to-day.  They will sail by the Orient for St.  Helena.

 

p8c    The Carisbrooke Castle left for England Jan.  2,  with the following on passage home:

    Rifle Brigade  – Maj.  S.C. Long

    R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  F.M. Carleton

    S.  Lancashire  – Capt.  A.  Solly Flood

    Kimberley Regt.  – Capt.  E.T. Humphrys

    R.  Scots Fus.  – Maj.  A.W. Thorneycroft

    7/DG  – 2/Lt.  J.  Greene

    Due Southampton Jan.  18.

 

    The Tagus left Southampton yesterday afternoon.  She embarked a total of 28 officers and 706 men.  Principal drafts being:

    M.I.  – 136 men

    4/R.  Dublin Fus.  – 135 men

    Maj.  H.  Kirk, 2/dg in command, Lt.  A.C. Seeds, RAMC, in medical charge.  The ship will call at Queenstown for 19 officers and 725 men.

 

    Note Big Obit.  here for Bt.  Maj.  J.M. Vallentin.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition  08/01/02 

p10    The Canada sailed Friday for England with the following named military passengers: Col. Cavaye.

    The Saxon arrived here Tuesday with the following named military passengers: Col. Viscount Downe.

 

p19    The Kildonan Castle sails this afternoon for Southampton  with the following named military passengers: Maj. Bethune, Maj. D.R. Hamilton, Maj. Jones, Lt. S. Henry, R.N.R., Capt. & Mrs Clegg & son, Lt. Dalvannie.

 

London Times 09/01/02 (Thursday)   

p8b    The Mohawk left for England Jan.  1 with the following invalids:

    Sick Laying down, 8; convalescent, 437

    Wounded convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home:

    ASC  – Maj.  A.  Phelps

    R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt. & Qm.  J.  Ward

    7/R.  Fus.  – Lt.  H.G. Grist

    1/Leicester (Late)  – Maj.  R.L. Sandwith

    1/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  F.H. Barton

    R.  Irish  – Capt.  E.M. Panter Downes

    2/Lincoln  – Capt. & Qm.  W.J. Conway

    2/ Berkshire  – Lt.  W.B. Thornton

    BSAP  – Maj.  H.  Hopper

    R.M. L.I.  – Capt.  J.A.M.A. Clark

    Lancashire Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  S.  Bingham

    R.  Canadian Arty.  – Capt.  H.J. Morgan

    Civil Surg.  H.A. Loeser

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  – J.T. King, J.J. O’Connor, A.  Frank, E.J. Willgans, E.J. Wadley

    Nursing Sisters M.S. Milne, E.  Johnson, F.H. Barry

    Due Southampton Jan.  23.

 

    The Canada left for England Jan.  3 with the following invalids:

    16/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  H.  Lewis

    17/Lancers  – Lt. & Qm.  C.  Clarke

    Staff  – Col.  W.F. Cavaye

    RFA  – Lt.-Col.  W.H. Williams

    RE  – Maj.  G.F. Leverson

    4/Norfolk  – Lt.  G.G. Lucas

    1/Lancaster  – Capt.  L.C.B. Hamber

    4/Essex  – Capt.  H.  De B.  F.  Stephens-Townshend

    2/Berkshire  – Maj.  G.D.R. Williams

    2/Seaforth High.  – Lt.  R.L.A. Capmbell

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capt.  T.C.H. Raven, Lt.  F.K. Pomeroy

    I.Y.  – Lts.  G.F. Wallace, G.C. Ash, A.M. Trevor Roper, G.  Payne

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj.  the Hon.  L.B. Byng

    Sick laying down, 37; convalescent, 258

    Wounded laying down, 10; convalescent,  5.

    With the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen.  R.G. Broadwood, Lt.  the Hon.  R.A. Ward

    5/DG  – Lt. & Qm.  C.H. Farbrother

    2/Dublin Fus.  – Bt.  Lt.-Col.  F.P. English

    2/Hampshire  – 2/Lt.  R.D.C. McLeod

    2/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  R.C. Parker

    3/Middlesex  – Capt.  C.S.D. Fisher

    1/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  S.D. Massy

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  F.C.R. Parry

    4/Munster Fus.  – Capt.  M.W. Hawtrey

    ASC  – Maj.  G.H. Cardew

    15/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  O.T.D. Osmond-Williams

    1/Leinster  – 2/Lt.  G.B.C. Irvine

    RM Arty.  – Capt.  G.R. Poole

    RAMC  – Capt.  S.H. Withers

    Scottish Horse  – Capt.  G.V. Watson

    Army Pay Dept.  – Col.  R.M. Ireland

    Rev.  J.A. Earley

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  C.  Goundry, J.  Forrest

    Civ.  Surgs.  – F.K. Kerr, M.  Rust, R.W. Mulloch, W.F.C. McCarthy Morrogh

    Nursing Sisters M.D. Knapp, E.C. Blakiston, A.M.C. Clarke

    Due Southampton Jan.  20.

 

    The Syria left Southampton yesterday with 34 officers and 1,095 men from various regiments.

 

    The Honorius arrived at Southampton from London yesterday, embarked 250 remounts and saild for South Africa .

 

London Times 10/01/02 (Friday)

p8b & c    The Orcana has left Port Natal for England with the following invalids:

    RFA  – Capt.  H.A. Lake

    I.Y. – 2/Lt.  G.  Smith

    1/KSOB  – Capt.  D.D. Gunn

    2/E.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  E.G.F.L. Gould

    AOD  – Capt.  R.S. Hamilton

    2/RB  – Maj.  A.H.W. Lowndes

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

    1/Derby  – Capt.  R.J.F. Taylor

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  T.R. Stokoe

    APD  – Lt.-Col.  J.C.S. Irving

    RHA  – Maj.  C.E. Hill

    4/KRRC  – Lts.  T.G. Dalby, R.E. Crichton

    2/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  W.R. Tylden-Wright

    1/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  E.C. Hill-Whitson

    4/R.  Warwickshire  – 2/Lt.  R.W. Fox

    2/Lincolnshire  – Lt.  C.G. Lyall

    S.  Australian M.I.  – Lt.  Fish

    Army Med.  Staff, RAMC  – Capts.  E.T. Inkson, A.F. Heaton, Lt. & Qm.  T.F. Brake

    Civ.  Surgs.  J.W. Greenwood, Macaulay, roberts, Brodrick

    Nursing Sisters Grosvenor, Hayden, West, Whiley, Gifford

    Due Southampton 31 Jan.

 

    The Tagus arrived at Queenstown on Wednesday night and yesterday embarked 19 officers and 663 men for a total of 55 officers and 1,326 men.  She sailed at 4 p.m. for South Africa .

 

London Times 11/01/02 (Saturday)

p6e    The Honorius left Queenstown yesterday with 546 remounts for South Africa .

 

London Times 13/01/02 (Monday)

p10a    The Orotava arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with the following invalids:

    RE  – Lt.-Col.  A.G. Hunter-Weston

    6/Manchester  – Maj.  A.H. Bayley

    Nursing Sister M.  Thomas

    Sick laying down, 6; convalescent, 99

    Wounded laying down, 1; convalescent, 2

    With the following on passage home:

    ASC  – Capt.  E.L. Colquhoun

    3/Welsh  – Capt.  D.  How

    2/E.  Kent  – Lt.  R.B.M. Wood

    3/Leinster  – 2/Lt.  J.F. Jones

    3/Gloucester  – Capt.  W.H. Walshe

    2/R.  Highlanders  – Lt.  W.P. Nunneley

    Devonshire  – Capt.  M.H. Grant

    Reserve of Officers  – Majs.  W.  Sanderson, T.H.B. Forster

    RGA  – Capt.  A.S.P. McGhee

    5/Worcester  – Lt.-Col.  R.  Holden

    RFA  – Maj.  J.W.M. Newton

    2/Gordon High.  – Maj.  Hon.  R.F. Carnegie

    1/Welsh  – 2/Lt.  F.G. Heath

    I.Y.  – Capt.  R.C. Lawrance, Lts.  G.A. Buckland, T.R.G. Tyrrell

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col.  R.H.S. Sawyer

    Colonial Defence Force  – Capt.  C.S. Forsbrook

    South African Constabulary  – Capt.  M.S. Adye

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  H.  Dyer, W.T. Olver, F.H. Pinkett

    Civil Surgs.  H.C. Baker, E.C. Bailey

    Nursing Sister N.  Stevens

    3/R.  Scots  – Capt.  Hon J.  Campbell

 

    The Britannic sails on Saturday (?)  afternoon with 30 officers, 22 nurses for the T’vl.  concentration camps, and 625 men.  She will call at Gibralter to embark 178 men of the 2/Seaforths, and 124 men of the 1/Leicesters.  Lt.-Col.  Jameson, S.H., in command.

 

London Times 14/01/02 (Tuesday)   

p8c    The South Australia left Albert Docks for South Africa with details of Scottish Horse and Worcestershire Y.  and 270 remounts.  She will call at Queenstown for an additional 270 horses.

 

London Times 15/01/02 (Wednesday)

p5a & b    Dateline Halifax, N.S., Jan.  14.    The Manhattan sailed this afternoon for South Africa  with 470 officers and men of the Canadian Mounted Rifles.

 

p10b    The Kildonan Castle left for England Jan.  8  with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.  Gen.  C.D. Cooper

    2/Gordon H.  – Maj.  H.A. Bethune

    Remount Dept.  – Maj.  R.W.W. Jones, Lt.  S.  Galvayne

    RAMC  – Maj.  D.R. Hamilton

    Dur Southampton Jan 24.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   15/01/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Jan. 7.    The Orient is to take 1,000 Boer POW from the Roslin Castle and then sail for St. Helena.

    Dateline Durban, Jan. 6.    The City of Vienna and the St. Andrew have arrived here with troops from India.

 

p10    During 1901, 130 sailing vessels and 596 steamers arrived at Algoa Bay. Interesting!

Another interesting - To the present 143,050 horses and mules have been shipped for South Africa from New Orleans, value of 13,483,052 U.S. Dollars or 2, 808,969 British Pounds, plus the cost of the feed being 902,618 U.S.D.

 

London Times 16/01/02 (Thursday)   

p11c    The Britannic arrived at Gibralter yesterday, embarked 7 officers and 442 men, transshipped from the City of Venice, and sailed for the Cape.

 

    The Tintagel Castle left for England Monday  with the following on passage home:

    3/Lancaster  – Col.  B.N. North, Lt.-Col.  F.E. Fitzherbert, Capts.  C.J. Daniel, R.N. De la Bere, G.D. Timmis, J.  Challenor, F.S. Jackson, Lts.  F.H. Deakin, A.G. Howard, 2/Lts.  M.  Cottrell Dormer, J.  Black, Lt. & Qm.  T.  Batchelor and 436 men.

    ASC  – Lt. & Riding Master T.J. Kearns

    Civil Surg.  A.H. Watts

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – R.  Wilson, M.I. Stevenson, W.M. Reid

    Due Southampton Feb.  2.

 

London Times 17/01/02 (Friday)

p9a & b    The Bavarian left Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    CG  – 400 officers and men.

    GG– no number given

    4/Somersetshire L.I.  – 56 men

    5/Lancashire Fus.  – 149 men

    4/Bedfordshire  – 47 men

    5/Manchester  – 126 men

    Details

    Total of 40 officers and nearly 2,000 men

 

London Times 18/01/02 (Saturday)

p7b    Dateline Bermuda, Jan.  17.    The Montrose has arrived here bringing 1,234 Boer prisoners and 85 men of the RA.  5 deaths of prisoners on voyage and Dr.  Trevor died of dysentery.

 

p12d-f        Note Here:  LG.  Kitchener’s despatch with M.I.D. Note also here.  M.I.D. here for Capt.  H.  de C.  Eastwood, 1/DG

 

London Times 20/01/02 (Monday)

p6c, d & e    The Carisbrooke Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday afternoon with the following:

    Rifle Brigade  – Maj.  S.C. Long

    R.  Lancaster  – Maj.  F.M. Carleton

    S.  Lancashire  – Capt.  A.  Solly Flood

    Kimberley Regt.  – Capt.  E.T. Humphrys

    R.  Scots Fus.  – Maj.  A.W. Thorneycroft

    7/DG  – 2/Lt.  J.  Greene

 

    The Avondale Castle left Southampton yesterday morning for sa.  She carried out a party of school teachers.

 

    The Doune Castle left Southampton yesterday morning with 200 South African Constabulary.

   

    The Armenian has arrived at Bombay from South Africa with the 1/Devonshire and the 2. Gordon Highlanders.

 

London Times 21/01/02 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Dunera arrived at Plymouth yesterday, landed some and continued to Southampton.

The following were listed:

    RAMC  – Lt.  C.S. Smith

    5/Manchester  – Lt.  H.T.H. Harris

    2/E.  Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  B.  Blood

    2/Scottish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  G.W.R. Wilmer

    1/Leicester  – 2/Lt.  G.D. Nash

    I.Y  – Lts.  E.E. Dooley, E.E. White, J.S. Orr, F.G.J. Williams, W.E. Craig

    1/DG  – Lt.  H,H, Harris

    4/KRRC  – Lt.  G.J. Acland-Troyte

    1/KRRC  – Lt.  R.H. Seymour

    5/DG  – Maj.  A.R. Heneage

    Vet.  Dept.  – Vet.  Lt.  W.H. Lowe

    S.A. Constabulary  – Lt.  A.  Douglas-Pennant

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lt.  J.M. Carter

    2/R.  Warwick  – 2/Lt.  C.W.C. Crooke

    2/Northampton  – Lt.  E.  Knatchbull-Hugessen

    1/R.  Scots  – Lt.  T.C. Mudie

    ASC  – 2/Lt.  W.P. Pearse

    2/Devon  – 2/Lt.  J.E. Lewis-Lloyd

    1/Yorkshire  – Lt.  W.B. Walker

    5/R.  Fus.  – Capt.  J.H. Davidson-Houston

    Nursing Sisters M.  Stephenson, C.M. Mello

    Sick laying down, 3; convalescent, 245

    Wounded laying down, 5; convalescent, 32

    For Duty on Voyage:

    RAMC  – Maj.  R.I. Power

    Civil Surgs.  J.M. Crawford, J.H. Martin, G.E. Richmond, W.  Sutcliffe

    Nursing Sisters M.G. Hill, J.  Creighton, M.  Herring, M.  Mavius, M.  Meade, W.D. Redstone

    285 men.

 

London Times 22/01/02 (Wednesday)

p11b & c    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday . The following were listed: 

    16/Lancers  – 2/Lt.  H.  Lewis

    17/Lancers  – Lt. & Qm.  C.  Clarke

    Staff  – Col.  W.F. Cavaye

    RFA  – Lt.-Col.  W.H. Williams

    RE  – Maj.  G.F. Leverson

    4/Norfolk  – Lt.  G.G. Lucas

    1/Lancaster  – Capt.  L.C.B. Hamber

    4/Essex  – Capt.  H.  De B.  F.  Stephens-Townshend

    2/Berkshire  – Maj.  G.D.R. Williams

    2/Seaforth High.  – Lt.  R.L.A. Capmbell

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capt.  T.C.H. Raven, Lt.  F.K. Pomeroy

    I.Y.  – Lts.  G.F. Wallace, G.C. Ash, A.M. Trevor Roper, G.  Payne

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj.  the Hon.  L.B. Byng

    With the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen.  R.G. Broadwood, Lt.  the Hon.  R.A. Ward

    5/DG  – Lt. & Qm.  C.H. Farbrother

    2/Dublin Fus.  – Bt.  Lt.-Col.  F.P. English

    2/Hampshire  – 2/Lt.  R.D.C. McLeod

    2/R.  Lancaster  – Capt.  R.C. Parker

    3/Middlesex  – Capt.  C.S.D. Fisher

    1/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt.  S.D. Massy

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt.  F.C.R. Parry

    4/Munster Fus.  – Capt.  M.W. Hawtrey

    ASC  – Maj.  G.H. Cardew

    15/Hussars  – 2/Lt.  O.T.D. Osmond-Williams

    1/Leinster  – 2/Lt.  G.B.C. Irvine

    RM Arty.  – Capt.  G.R. Poole

    RAMC  – Capt.  S.H. Withers

    Scottish Horse  – Capt.  G.V. Watson

    Army Pay Dept.  – Col.  R.M. Ireland

    Rev.  J.A. Earley

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  C.  Goundry, J.  Forrest

    Civ.  Surgs.  – F.K. Kerr, M.  Rust, R.W. Mulloch, W.F.C. McCarthy Morrogh

    Nursing Sisters M.D. Knapp, E.C. Blakiston, A.M.C. Clarke

    753 men

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   22/01/02

p24    Dateline London, Jan. 15.    The Manhattan has sailed from Halifax with 470 Canadian M.R. for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Jan. 17.    The Bavarian sailed yesterday for South Africa with 40 officers and 2,000 men including the Guards Brigade.

    Dateline London, Jan. 20.    Enrollment in the National Scouts has reached 2,000 burghers.

 

London Times 23/01/02 (Thursday)

p8b    The Orient left Cape Town for St. Helena, Jan. 17 with the following:

    Staff  – Col. A.J. Price

    3/E. Kent  – Capt. L.E.L. Triscott, Lts. H.S. Hardy, H.D. Hirst, and 100 men.

    14th Co. RGA  – Capt. R.H. Galwey, Lts. F.S. Watson, F.W. Barron, C.F.G. Page, and 81 men

    RAMC  – Lt. M.H. Babington, Civil Surg. M.H. Biddell, and 7 men

    Indian Staff Corps  – Maj. O.B.S.F. Shore

 

    The Saxon left for England Jan. 15 with the following on passage home:

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt. A.H.H. Wilson

    I.Y.  – Maj. Viscount Dungarvan

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Capt. W.D. Hare.

    Due Southampton Jan. 31.

 

London Times 24/01/02 (Friday)

p9a & b    The Arundel Castle left Cape Town  for St. Helena, Jan. 21 with the following:

    3/E. Kent  – Col. T.F. Brinckman, Maj. R. Bayard, Capt. G.B.W. Walker, Lt. C.W. Blackall, 2/Lts. W.N. Wells, C.M. Bentley, Capt. & Qm. H.C. Cumber and 279 men.

    3/Irish  – Lt. A. de T. Mouillott

    4/Yorkshire  – 2/Lt. L.H.F. Wisden

 

    The Oratava left Southampton  in the afternoon with 600 men of the 4/Liverpool Regt., 573 men of the 3/Cheshire Regt., 86 men of the 3/R. Sussex Regt., 99 men of the RAMC and details.

 

London Times 25/01/02 (Saturday)

p13b    The Kildonan Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.  Gen.  C.D. Cooper

    2/Gordon H.  – Maj.  H.A. Bethune

    Remount Dept.  – Maj.  R.W.W. Jones, Lt.  S.  Galvayne

    RAMC  – Maj.  D.R. Hamilton

 

    The Mohawk arrived at Southampton last night with 463 invalids and with the following on passage home:

    ASC  – Maj.  A.  Phelps

    R.  Dublin Fus.  – Lt. & Qm.  J.  Ward

    7/R.  Fus.  – Lt.  H.G. Grist

    1/Leicester (Late)  – Maj.  R.L. Sandwith

    1/R.  Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt.  F.H. Barton

    R.  Irish  – Capt.  E.M. Panter Downes

    2/Lincoln  – Capt. & Qm.  W.J. Conway

    2/ Berkshire  – Lt.  W.B. Thornton

    BSAP  – Maj.  H.  Hopper

    RAMC  – Capt. J.W. Jennings

    R.M. L.I.  – Capt.  J.A.M.A. Clark

    Lancashire Mil.  Arty.  – Capt.  S.  Bingham

    R.  Canadian Arty.  – Capt.  H.J. Morgan

    Civil Surg.  H.A. Loeser

    Civ.  Vet.  Surgs.  – J.T. King, J.J. O’Connor, A.  Frank, E.J. Willgans, E.J. Wadley

    Nursing Sisters M.S. Milne, E.  Johnson, F.H. Barry

   

    The Roslin Castle has  left Cape Town  for England with Lt.-Col. Kilkelly, RAMC, GG , accompained by medical officers, nursing sisters and orderlies of the Elandsfontein I.Y. Hospital staff.

 

London Times 27/01/02 (Monday)

p10a    The Dunottar Castle sailed from Southampton Saturday with a detachment of 51 Electrical Engineer Vol.  of RE. Including Lt. J.H. Stubbs in command.

 

London Times 28/01/02 (Tuesday)

p3a      Dateline St. Helena, Jan. 27.      The Orient has arrived here with 1,050 prisoners and 103 officers and men of the 3/E. Kent Regt.

 

p9b      The Ontarian left Royal Albert Docks last night with 3 officers, a few details and 275 remounts. She will call at Southampton and Queenstown for 275 additional remounts.

 

London Times 29/01/02 (Wednesday)

p5a     Dateline Halifax, Jan. 28.       The Victorian sailed at 2 o’clock to-day for Cape Town with

“A”, “B”, & “C” Squadrons of Canadian M.I.

 

p11c    The Kinfauns Castle left for England Jan. 22 with the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Maj.-Gen. Chesham, Capt. H.R. Darley

 

    The Roslin Castle left for England Jan. 23 with the following invalids:   

    2/E. Kent  – Capt. F.A.C. Hole

    2/Cheshire  – Lt. C.C. Redfern

    1/Welsh Fus.  – Capt. G.E. Rickman

    1/Border  – Maj. W.J. Ferguson-Davie

    1/Essex  – Lt. S.O. Robinson

    2/Vol. Bn. Cheshire  – Lt. E.D. Dickson

    W. Yorkshire  – Lt. P.S. Fryer

    RAMC  – Majs. M.L. Hearn, H.P. Birch

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lt. E.A. Underwood

    Sick laying down, 3; sick convalescent, 439

    Wounded convalescent, 11

    With the following on passage home:

    GG  – Surg. Lt.-Col. C.R. Kilkelly, C.M.G.

    2/DG  – 2/Lt. E.N. Banks

    I.Y.  – Maj. O.N. Segrave

    1/E. Kent  – 2/Lt. G. Lee

    6/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. A.L. Thomson

    1/Devonshire  – Capt. N.Z. Emerson

    3/Devonshire  – Lt. R.J. Scarbrough

    5/I. Fus.  – Lt. B.S. Johnson

    1/Manchester  – Capt. H. Fisher

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. F.G. Hughes

    Indian Stagg Corps  – Capt. J.A. Bliss

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. W.G. Dixon

    R.M. L.I.  – Maj. F. White

    ASC  – Capts. P.C. Scott, T. Doherty

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm. R.O. Roberts

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. J.C. Oland

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt. N. Lewin

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. A.T. Wardrop

    Civil Surgs.  – H.J. Godwin, J.L. Allen, H.S. Maxwell

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  – G. McBurney, J.A. Duff, C.J. Hurkley, R.G. Thompson, A. Leather

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M. Harrison, C. Harris, E.C.O. Leggatt, K.E. Nisbet, T.H. Jones

    I.Y. Hospital  – Mr. S.C. Willis

    Due Southampton Feb. 13.

 

    The Ontarian arrived at Southampton yesterday morning, shipped 275 horses and sailed for Queenstown

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   29/01/02   

p10    The Waikatan has sailed for Australia with Capt. & Lt. Geoghegan on board.

 

p24    Dateline London, Jan. 23.    The Orotava saild for South Africa today with 1,500 troops for South Africa . Col. Sir. James Willcocks in command.

    Dateline London, Jan. 25.    The Armenian has sailed from Bombay for South Africa with 2/R. Innis. Fus., and 150 Oxfordshire L.I. on board.

 

London Times 30/01/02 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/01/02 (Friday)

p6b & c    The Plassy left for England Jan. 23 with the following invalids:

    6/DG  – Lt.-Col. A.C. Hamilton

    6/Dragoons  – 2/Lt. R.G.D. O’Callaghan

    16/Lancers  – Maj. H. de la P. Gough, 2/Lt. R.A. Reddie

    RA  – Lt.-Col. H.J. Du Cane

    RFA  – Lt. R.G. Maturin

    RE  – 2/Lt. C. Hordern

    I.Y.  – Capt. A.J.P. Annesley, Lt. L.W. Armstrong

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt. H. de M. Leathes

    3/S. Wales Borderers  – 2/Lt. G.L. Sparrow

    2/Gloucester  – Maj. H.D.A.P. Taylor, Lt. & Qm. E. Murray

    3/W. Riding  – Col. A.K. Wyllie

    2/Black Watch  – Lt. L.P. Evans

    6/Middlesex  – Capt. P.H. Graves

    4/N. Staffordshire  – Capt. D.G.O. Saunders Davies

    1/Highland L.I.  – Maj. E.A.C. Garland

    South African Constabulary   – Capt. the Hon. G.O. Cadogan

    Sick laying down , 70; sick convalescent, 379

    Wounded laying down, 28; wounded convalescent, 10

    With the following on passage home:   

    Reserve of Officers  – Majs. A.L.G. Gould, A.G. Duberley, Lt. E.D.H. Daly

    5/Lancers  – Col. H.J. Scobell

    Staff  – Col. G.F.R. Henderson, C.B.

    RA  – Maj. G.H.W. Nicholson

    RFA  – Maj. G.R.T. Rundle, Capt. W.D. Cochrane

    Cork Arty.  – Capt. H. Dewhurst

    Donegal Arty.  – Capt. J.S. Dewhurst

    I.Y.  – Capts. H.B. Towse, J.A. Liebmann, Lts. L.W. Palk, H.R. Williams

    3/Manchester  – 2/Lt. H.N. Colan

    3/R. Irish  – Capt. J.O. Johnson

    4/Lincolnshire  – Lt. H.B. Cooke

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Capt. W.H.A. Croker

    Leicestershire  – Capt. H.S. Logan

    1/R. Fus.  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Cooper

    3/Essex  – Capt. C.M. Wheatley

    2/W. Kent  – Capt. M.P. Buckle

    2/E. Kent  – Capt. & Qm. G. Boon

    Berkshire  – Capt. W. Clegg

    4/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. & Qm. J.H.M. Steele

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. H.W. Murray, Maj. J.J. Russell

    Menne’s Scouts  – Lts. C.H.D. Brooke, H.B. Bradford

    Imp. L.H.  – Vet.-Lt. J. O’Donoghue

    P.o.W. L.H.  – Lts. H.C. Thompson, O.T. Evans

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt. H. Walker, Lt. F.W. Houseman

    Bushveldt Car.  – Lt. H.T. Bright

    Intelligence Dept.  – Mr. Diespecker

    Civil Surg. M.P. Cooke

    Revs. H.B. Hunter, A.T. Wirgman

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  – E.R. Edwards, E. Crossley

    Nursing Sisters G.E. Saunder, J. Butler, J.C. Child, M.A. Bindlors

    Due Southampton Feb. 12

 

    The hospital ship Orcana arrived at Southampton yesterday with 182 invalids from Port Natal. The following were listed: 

    RFA  – Capt.  H.A. Lake

    I.Y. – 2/Lt.  G.  Smith

    1/KSOB  – Capt.  D.D. Gunn

    2/E.  Kent  – 2/Lt.  E.G.F.L. Gould

    AOD  – Capt.  R.S. Hamilton

    2/RB  – Maj.  A.H.W. Lowndes

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

    1/Derby  – Capt.  R.J.F. Taylor

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt.  T.R. Stokoe

    APD  – Lt.-Col.  J.C.S. Irving

    RHA  – Maj.  C.E. Hill

    4/KRRC  – Lts.  T.G. Dalby, R.E. Crichton

    2/Manchester  – 2/Lt.  W.R. Tylden-Wright

    1/R.  Scots  – 2/Lt.  E.C. Hill-Whitson

    4/R.  Warwickshire  – 2/Lt.  R.W. Fox

    2/Lincolnshire  – Lt.  C.G. Lyall

    S.  Australian M.I.  – Lt.  Fish

    Army Med.  Staff, RAMC  – Capts.  E.T. Inkson, A.F. Heaton, Lt. & Qm.  T.F. Brake

    Civ.  Surgs.  J.W. Greenwood, Macaulay, Roberts, Brodrick

    Nursing Sisters Grosvenor, Hayden, West, Whiley, Gifford

   

    The Ontarian left Queenstown yesterday with 521 horses, 122 were embarked at Queenstown.

 

London Times 01/02/02 (Saturday)

p12c & d    The Norman left for England Jan. 30 with the following:

    2/Dublin Fus.  – Maj. C.F. Romer

    4/Welsh Fus.  – Lt. F.G. Waddington

    3/N. Lancashire  – Maj. W. Harrison

    RA  – Maj. A.S. de Winton

    2/GG  – Capt. W.Murray-Threipland

    BSAP  – Col. C. Harding

    Due Southampton Feb. 15

 

    The Canada is due to sail to-day from Southampton with the 3/A & S Highlanders who number 25 officers and 880 men

 

London Times 03/02/02 (Monday)

p10a    The Canada embarked at Southampton Saturday nearly 2,000 officers and men for South Africa. They included the following:

    4/Durham L.I. 

    3/A & S Highlanders  – 32 officers and 796 men

    5/Rifle Brigade  – 1 officer and 36 men

    Maj.-Gen. W. Kitchener

    10/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. Alexander

    Col. the Duke of Montrose

 

London Times 04/02/02 (Tuesday)

p9b & c    The Dunera sailed from Southampton with the following:

    Army P.O. Corps  – 40 men

    RAMC  – Lt. Stock and 100 men

    I.Y. –   A draft

    24 Nurses for the concentration camps

    Details.

 

    The Kumara left Royal Albert Docks last night for South Africa with 3 officers, details, and 275 remounts. She will call at Southampton and Queenstown for further details and 275 additional horses.

 

    Note Here: A chart from Parliamentary paper # Cd.884, issued yesterday giving a return of troops and horses embarked for South Africa 1 Jan. 1900 to 31 Dec . 1901.

 

London Times 05/02/02 (Wednesday)

p6b & c    The Sicilia left Port Natal for Aden on Jan. 29 with the following:

    2/R. Dublin Fus  – Lt.-Col. H.T. Hicks, C.B., Maj. S.G. Bird, D.S.O., Capt. & Bt. Maj. E. Fetherstonhaugh, Capts. M. Lowndes, H.W. Higginson, G.N. Cory, D.S.O., Lts. C. Garvice, D.S.O., L.F. Renny, J. McD. Haskard, A.H.D. Britton, A. De B.W.W. Bradford, 2/Lts. A.W. Newton, E. St. G. Smith, R.F.B. Knox, B. Maclear, J.P.B. Robinson, E.F.E. Seymour, H. St. G. S. Scott, J.P. Tredennick, Lt. & Qm. J. Burke and 598 men

    RAMC  – 3 men

 

    The Tintagel Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the 3/King’s Own. The following were listed: 

    3/Lancaster  – Col.  B.N. North, C.B.,  Lt.-Col.  F.E. Fitzherbert, D.S.O., Maj. & Adj.  C.J. Daniel, D.S.O., Capts. R.N. De la Bere, G.D. Timmis, J.  Challenor, F.S. Jackson, Lts.  F.H. Deakin, A.G. Howard, 2/Lts.  M.  Cottrell-Dormer, J.  Black, Lt. & Qm.  T.  Batchelor and 436 men.

    ASC  – Lt. & Riding Master T.J. Kearns

    Civil Surg.  A.H. Watts

    Civil Vet.  Surgs.  – R.  Wilson, M.I. Stevenson, W.M. Reid

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   05/02/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Jan. 29.    The Sicilia sailed for Aden today with 21 officers and 560 men of 2/Dublin Fus.

 

p21    The Briton arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Col. H. Grenfel ( Jameson and Rhodes also on board.) Capt. S.H. Palmer (for Algoa Bay)

 

p24    Dateline London, Jan. 30.    The Surrey has sailed from Wellington , N.Z. with 500 N.Z. Contingent for South Africa .

 

p25    Dateline London, Feb. 02.    The Mount Royal has left New Orleans with 1,100 horses for South Africa .

   

 

London Times 06/02/02 (Thursday)

p10b    The Pembroke Castle left for England Jan. 31 with the following on passage home:

    5/R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt.-Col. H.T. Finlay, Majs. Sir F.W. Shaw, D.S.O., R.A. Hartley, P. La Touche, W.B. Davidson-Houston, Capt. & Adj. R.S. Gage, Capts. A.D. Kirkpatrick, S.A. Jones, W.C. Roper-Caldbeck, L.N. Murphy, Lts. F.W. O’Carrol, G.W. Willock, H. Emerson, 2/Lts. W.B. Cameron, H.J. Kerr, C.R. Barton, Capt. & Qm. R. Baker and 313 men. Will land the 5/R.D.F. at Queenstown.

    The rest for Southampton on passage home:

    4/Lancashire Fus  – Capt. C.E. Wilson

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. H.H. Stewart, Lt. C. Rowan

    Suffolk Mil. Arty.  – Lt. R.D. Kirby

    1/Derbyshire  – Lt. J.E. Hext

    Cornwall & Devon Miners Arty.  – Capt. R.H. Thompson

    3/York & Lancaster  – Lt. C.A. Chaytor

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts. F.H. Lucy, A.B. Boyd Wilson, E.W. Clark, Lt. G.J. Metcalf

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt. C.R. Hall

    12/Lancers  – Capt. M.H. Tristram

    1/DG  – 2/Lt. G.R.H. Cheape

    3/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Rev. H.C. Forman

    Civil Surg. H. Leach

    Civil Vet. Surg.  – J. Baxter

    3/R. Labcaster  – 61 men

    Due Queenstown, Feb. 21, Southampton Feb. 22.

 

    The Kumasa arrived at Southampton from London yesterday morning, embarked 210 remounts and saild for South Africa .

 

London Times 07/02/02 (Friday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 08/02/02 (Saturday)

p13b & c    Note Here. Table of Casualties for Month of January 1902 and totals.

 

    The Mohawk left Tilbury Docks yesterday afternoon for South Africa with the following:

    20 officers and 590 men for the 16, 17, 18, 19 Cos. Mtd. Inf. and drafts for Scottish Rifles, E. Kent, and Wiltshire.

    25 officers and 396 men for other drafts

    some remounts.

 

London Times 10/02/02 (Monday)

p10c    The Montrose arrived at Bermuda, Jan. 16 with 1,234 Boer Prisoners.

 

    400 men of the 26/I.Y. embarked in the Braemar Castle at Southampton for South Africa , Saturday and sailed that afternoon.

 

London Times 11/02/02 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Dunvegan Castle lfe, Feb. 5 with the following on passage home:

    2/Middlesex  – Maj. N.W. Barnardiston

    1/R. Scots  – 2/Lt. F.C. Bannatyne

    16/Lancers  – Lt. G. Hutton-Riddell

    3/Welsh  – Lt.-Col. W. Watts

    South African Mtd. Irr. Force  – Capt. R. Burns Begg

    Due Southampton Feb. 21.

 

    The Dilwara left Royal Albert Docks yesterday with a few details. She sails for Southampton where she will embark 350 officers and men of the Yorkshire Mil.

 

London Times 12/02/02 (Wednesday)

p10c    The City of Vienna left Bombay yesterday with 7 officers and 1,050 men, drafts, for South Africa .

 

    The Beacon Grange left Royal Albert Docks yesterday with 4 officers, a few details, and 340 remounts. She will call at Southampton and Queenstown for an additional 160 remounts.

 

    The Roslin Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday with upwards of 800 officers and men on board. The following were listed: 

    2/E. Kent  – Capt. F.A.C. Hole

    2/Cheshire  – Lt. C.C. Redfern

    1/Welsh Fus.  – Capt. G.E. Rickman

    1/Border  – Maj. W.J. Ferguson-Davie

    1/Essex  – Lt. S.O. Robinson

    2/Vol. Bn. Cheshire  – Lt. E.D. Dickson

    W. Yorkshire  – Lt. P.S. Fryer

    RAMC  – Majs. M.L. Hearn, H.P. Birch

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lt. E.A. Underwood

    GG  – Surg. Lt.-Col. C.R. Kilkelly, C.M.G.

    2/DG  – 2/Lt. E.N. Banks

    I.Y.  – Maj. O.N. Segrave

    1/E. Kent  – 2/Lt. G. Lee

    6/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. A.L. Thomson

    1/Devonshire  – Capt. N.Z. Emerson

    3/Devonshire  – Lt. R.J. Scarbrough

    5/I. Fus.  – Lt. B.S. Johnson

    1/Manchester  – Capt. H. Fisher

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. F.G. Hughes

    Indian Stagg Corps  – Capt. J.A. Bliss

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. W.G. Dixon

    R.M. L.I.  – Maj. F. White

    ASC  – Capts. P.C. Scott, T. Doherty

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm. R.O. Roberts

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. J.C. Oland

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt. N. Lewin

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. A.T. Wardrop

    Civil Surgs.  – H.J. Godwin, J.L. Allen, H.S. Maxwell

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  – G. McBurney, J.A. Duff, C.J. Hurkley, R.G. Thompson, A. Leather

    Nursing Sisters  – A.M. Harrison, C. Harris, E.C.O. Leggatt, K.E. Nisbet, T.H. Jones

    I.Y. Hospital  – Mr. S.C. Willis

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    12/02/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Feb. 6.    The Armenian has arrived here with troops from India.

    Dateline East London, Feb. 6.    The European (8,106 tons) has arrived here and landed 600 horses in one day.

 

p24    Dateline London, Feb. 7.    The Mohawk embarked 700 M.I. and sailed for South Africa today. The Braemar Castle will sail with 350 I.Y. for South Africa .

 

p32    The Dunottar Castle arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. W.N. Alexander, Capt. & Mrs. W.A. Barnett, Lt.-Col. G.A. Cookson, Capt. W.T. Digby, Lt.-Col. P. Farrer, Lt. F.L. Giles, Capt. L.R. Monreal, Lt. C.P.B. Riall, Lt. Stubbs, Capt. & Mrs. R.H. Tulloh,Capt. E.G. Williams, Also a lot of nurses and Drs. are listed.

    The Scot sails this afternoon for England  with the following named military passengers: Capt. Sir H. Bedingfeld, Capt. A. Des Barres, Capt. & Mrs. Fair and daughter, Capt. Lascelles, Capt. Nesbitt.

 

London Times 13/02/02 (Thursday)

p6c    The Avoca left Port Natal for England , Feb 7, with the following invalids:

    RGA  – Capts. J.B. Parry, E.H.T. Parsons

    RFA  – Lt. R.L.D. Whitfield, 2/Lt. J.S. French

    6/DG  – Capt. E.M. Johnstone

    8/Hussars  – 2/Lt. H.C. Mallet

    1/Essex  – Lt. E.D. Raymond

    2/Northampton  – 2/Lt. G.C. Oldham

    2/Manchester  – Capt. F.F. Deakin

    I.Y.  – Lts. E.S. Ward, W.H.S. Dunlop

    RAMC  – Lt. M.F. Foulds

    2/Middlesex  – Lts. W.C. Hendricks, T.B.H. Thorne

    3/V.B. Sussex  – Lt.-Col. C.B. Godman

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Lt.-Col. R.B. Williams

    2/S.Wales  Borderers  – 2/Lt. E.H.A. Hodgson

    2/Norfolk  – 2/Lt. R.J.C. Otter

    Londonderry Mil. Arty.  – Lt. C.A. French

    Imp. L.H.  – Surg. Capt. T.J. Crean

    2/Hampshire  – Capt. E. Leigh

    Nursing Sister H.G. Miller

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Maj. A.F. Dawkins

    2/Gordon High.  – 2/Lt. W.S. Adam

    4/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. C.G. Stewart

    1/KRRC  – Capt. F.M. Crum

    Civil Surgs. T.B. Ganvie, J. Blore

    Medical Staff:

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. S. Townsend, Lt. & Qm. V. Ferguson, Civil Surgs. W.B. Bannerman, R. Brown, A.J. Knowlton, Nursing Sisters A.A.C. Higgs, J. Stephenson, A.G. Rees, M.G. Buse, W.A.C. Millington, and 35 men.

    Rev. Father Fielding

    Due Southampton March 2.

 

    The Syria left Port Natal, Feb. 10 for Bombay with Capt. W.J. Maxwell-Scott, 1/Scottish Rifles, on board.

 

    The Plassy arrived at Southampton yesterday with about 490 men, mostly invalids. The following were listed: 

     6/DG  – Lt.-Col. A.C. Hamilton

    6/Dragoons  – 2/Lt. R.G.D. O’Callaghan

    16/Lancers  – Maj. H. de la P. Gough, 2/Lt. R.A. Reddie

    RA  – Lt.-Col. H.J. Du Cane

    RFA  – Lt. R.G. Maturin

    RE  – 2/Lt. C. Hordern

    I.Y.  – Capt. A.J.P. Annesley, Lt. L.W. Armstrong

    3/Yorkshire  – Capt. H. de M. Leathes

    3/S. Wales Borderers  – 2/Lt. G.L. Sparrow

    2/Gloucester  – Maj. H.D.A.P. Taylor, Lt. & Qm. E. Murray

    3/W. Riding  – Col. A.K. Wyllie

    2/Black Watch  – Lt. L.P. Evans

    6/Middlesex  – Capt. P.H. Graves

    4/N. Staffordshire  – Capt. D.G.O. Saunders Davies

    1/Highland L.I.  – Maj. E.A.C. Garland

    South African Constabulary   – Capt. the Hon. G.O. Cadogan

    With the following on passage home:   

    Reserve of Officers  – Majs. A.L.G. Gould, A.G. Duberley, Lt. E.D.H. Daly

    5/Lancers  – Col. H.J. Scobell

    Staff  – Col. G.F.R. Henderson, C.B.

    RA  – Maj. G.H.W. Nicholson

    RFA  – Maj. G.R.T. Rundle, Capt. W.D. Cochrane

    Cork Arty.  – Capt. H. Dewhurst

    Donegal Arty.  – Capt. J.S. Dewhurst

    I.Y.  – Capts. H.B. Towse, J.A. Liebmann, Lts. L.W. Palk, H.R. Williams

    3/Manchester  – 2/Lt. H.N. Colan

    3/R. Irish  – Capt. J.O. Johnson

    4/Lincolnshire  – Lt. H.B. Cooke

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Capt. W.H.A. Croker

    Leicestershire  – Capt. H.S. Logan

    1/R. Fus.  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Cooper

    3/Essex  – Capt. C.M. Wheatley

    2/W. Kent  – Capt. M.P. Buckle

    2/E. Kent  – Capt. & Qm. G. Boon

    Berkshire  – Capt. W. Clegg

    4/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. & Qm. J.H.M. Steele

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. H.W. Murray, Maj. J.J. Russell

    Menne’s Scouts  – Lts. C.H.D. Brooke, H.B. Bradford

    Imp. L.H.  – Vet.-Lt. J. O’Donoghue

    P.o.W. L.H.  – Lts. H.C. Thompson, O.T. Evans

    Brabant’s Horse  – Capt. H. Walker, Lt. F.W. Houseman

    Bushveldt Car.  – Lt. H.T. Bright

    Intelligence Dept.  – Mr. Diespecker

    Civil Surg. M.P. Cooke

    Revs. H.B. Hunter, A.T. Wirgman

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  – E.R. Edwards, E. Crossley

    Nursing Sisters G.E. Saunder, J. Butler, J.C. Child, M.A. Bindlors

   

    The Montrose, from Bermuda, arrived at Southampton yesterday with 85 invalids.

 

p6e & f    The Beacon Grange, from London, arrived at Southampton yesterday and embarked 140 remounts and sailed for Queenstown.

 

    The hospital ship Orcana left Southampton yesterday with a full medical complement and a few officers .

 

    Note Here: Official changes to loads of cordite for service ammunition.

 

London Times 14/02/02 (Friday)

p9b    The Dilwara left Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    6/Manchester  – Lt.-Col. C.D. Leyden, in command,  with over 600 men. Note , due to cold the men wore their scarlet tunics and overcoats.

    3/R. Scots  – 190 men

    Colonials  – 205 men

    Drafts from:  – Scottish Borderers, R. Irish Rifles, Leinster

    Details.

    Total of 28 officers and 1,118 men

 

    The Goth left Southampton yesterday afternoon with several officers and 165 men for the South African Constabulary

 

London Times 15/02/02 (Saturday)

p14b    The Tagus left Port Natal Feb. 11 for Mauritius with the following:

    68/RGA  – Maj. H. de T. Phillips, Capt. W.E. Kemblo, Lts. J.T. Dreyer, R.D. Crawford and 50 men

    101/RGA  – Maj. E.F. Nelson, Capt. H.L. Kirke, Lts. P.L. Spicer, F.E. Andrewes, G.P. MacClellan and 76 men

    RGA  – Lt.-Col. H.P. Hickman

    For Madras:

    4/R. Warwick  – 17 men

    RAMC  – Capt. A.G. Thomson and 7 men

    2/A & S High.  – 2/Lt. W.J. Cuninghame

 

    The Beacon Grange arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning, embarked 152 horses and sailed in the afternoon for South Africa .

 

London Times 17/02/02 (Monday)

p5b    Dateline Hobart, Feb. 16.    "The Tasmanian unit of the first Commonwealth contingent sailed yesterday.”     No ship mentioned.

 

p10a    The Scot left for England , Feb.12, with the following on passage home:

    9/Lancers  – Capt. H.E.T.W. Fiennes

    3/Liverpool  – Capt. H.E. Bedingfeld

    4/Irish Rifles  – Capt. A.J.E. Des Barres

    Y Sect. Pom-Poms  – Capt. A.E.B. Fair

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. C.A. Williams

 

    The Norman arrived at Southampton Saturday with the following:

    2/Dublin Fus.  – Maj. C.F. Romer

    4/Welsh Fus.  – Lt. F.G. Waddington

    3/N. Lancashire  – Maj. W. Harrison

    RA  – Maj. A.S. de Winton

    2/GG  – Capt. W.Murray-Threipland

    BSAP  – Col. C. Harding

 

    The Cawdor Castle embarked at Southampton Saturday 3 officers and 113 men of the 1/V.B A & S High., 1 officer and 55 men of the V.B Bedford and a few details. She sailed in the afternoon.

 

London Times 18/02/02 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Wakool left Bombay yesterday for South Africa with 4 officers and 600 men, drafts for various regiments.

 

London Times 19/02/02 (Wednesday)

p11b    The Harlech Castle left Southampton yesterday with 16 officers and 411 men of the 4/Worcestershire Regt., 58 men of the RE, 42 men of the RGA, and details.

 

    The Lake Erie left for England, Feb. 12 with 3/Welsh Regt. on board. Due Southampton March 7.

 

p12d    Note Here: LG,  Lt-Col. J.F. Burn-Murdoch, C.B., Brevet to Col. and to half-pay.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   19/02/02

p24    Dateline London, Feb. 11.    The City of Vienna has sailed from Bombay for South Africa with 7 officers and 1,050 men.

    Dateline London, Feb. 14. The Dilwara has sailed for South Africa with 1,146 men including 600 men 6/Manchesters, 190, 3/Royal Scots, and 205 Cloonials and drafts.

        The Goth is bringing 165 men for the SAC.

    Dateline London, Feb. 15. The Aurania has sailed from Bombay for Durban with 1,498 drafts.

    Dateline London, Feb. 16. The Cawdor Castle has sailed for South Africa with 172 volunteers and some details.

    Dateline London, Feb. 17.    The Wakool has left Bombay with 500 troops for South Africa .

 

London Times 20/02/02 (Thursday)

p10b & c    The Lake Erie left for England , Feb. 12 with the following on passage home:

    3/Welsh  – Col. A.T. Perkins, Majs. W. Forrest, Hon. W. Elton, Capts. R.W. Taylor, F.P. Latham, H.H. Esplin, D.W. Panton, B.F. Perkins, Lts. M.O. Boyd, R. Browning, H.F. Herd, H. Turber, Capt. & Adj. H.E. Taylor, Lt. & Qm. T. Tinnock, and 610 men

    4/S. Wales Borderers  – Lt. H.A. Hare

    3/Connaught Rangers  – Lt. C.E. Tayleur

    3/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. J.W. Nelson

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. J.W. Nelson

    2/E. Surrey  – Lt. J.K.T. Whish

    I.Y.  – Capts. C.R. Arbuthnot, T.S. Marland

    1/Yorks  – Lt. E.V.L. Wardle

    Reserve of Officers  – 2/Lt. C.C.H. Harvey

    6/Dragoons  – Capt. W.H. King

    1/Gordon High.  – Capt. K. Dingwall

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. W.H.W. Young

    RA  – Capt. N.S. Bertie Clay

    4/V.B.  KRRC  – Capt. J.H. Smith

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.H. Carter, E.A. Wilshaw, S. Hirst

    Civil Surg. C.w. Holder

    Nursing Sisters M.E. Loveday, A.J. Garlick

    Due Southampton Mar. 7.

 

    The Orient left for England Feb. 13 with Invalids. The following were listed: 

    12/Lancers  – 2/Lt. T.R. Badger

    16/Lancers  – 2/Lt. A.L. Bruce

    Staff  – Col. J. Reeves

    2/Yorks L.I.  – Maj. A.W. Elles

    1/R. Lancaster  – Capt. J.H. Morrah

    1/R. Irish  – Lt. J.A.M.J.P. Kelly

    3/ Scottish Rifles  – Capt. J.C. Gardner

    1/Worcester  – Lt. A.F. Custance

    2/E. Surrey  – 2/Lt. R.C. Ross

    1/L.N. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. A.S.G. Cattell

    3/L.N. Lancs.  – J.C. Wilson

    1/KRRC  – Capt. W.P. Lynes

    1/Highland L.I.  – Capt. A.W.D. Gaussen

    2/R. Irish Rifles  – Lt. E.M.A. Hogan

    ASC  – Lt. W.W. Molony

    RAMC  – Lt. F.H. Merry

    I.Y.  – Capt. A. West. Lts. H. Platten, A.J.A. Craven, J.N. Christy, L.W. Roberts, C.E. Brooke Hunt, W.R. Foran

    Civil Surgs.  C.R. White, A.S. David

    Nursing Sister S.E. Webb

    Sick laying down , 28; sick convalescent, 452

    Wounded laying down, 27; wounded convalescent, 18.

    With the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Maj. H.J. Fletcher

    The Revs. I. Le Mesurier, B. Guyer

    1/Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. J.A. Ballantine

    Tipperary Arty.  – Col. F.J.S. Lecky

    1/Border  – Lt. G.J. Marsh

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.T. Crosby, J.P. Small

    Civil Surgs. R.C. Leaning, C.C. Harris, J.P. Wright

    Nursing Sisters E.H. Cole, B.R. Roberts, W.E. Cheeseman, E.C. Lawrence, M.A. Macready

    Due Southampton Mar. 5.

 

    The Anglo-African left Royal Albert Docks yesterday morning with 4 officers, a few details and 245 remounts. Will call at Southampton for 250 additional horses.

 

London Times 21/02/02 (Friday)   

p3a    Dateline Melbourne, Feb. 20.        "The South Australian unit of the first Commonwealth contingent sailed to-day for South Africa .”  No Ship mentioned.

 

London Times 22/02/02 (Saturday)

p13a    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    2/Middlesex  – Maj. N.W. Barnardiston

    1/R. Scots  – 2/Lt. F.C. Bannatyne

    16/Lancers  – Lt. G. Hutton-Riddell

    3/Welsh  – Lt.-Col. W. Watts

    South African Mtd. Irr. Force  – Capt. R. Burns Begg

 

London Times 24/02/02 (Monday)

p10a & b    The Gaika left for England , Feb. 19 with the following on passage home:

    3/L.N. Lancs. Regt.  – Lt.-Col. J.H.W. Pedder, Majs. T. Cowper, Capt. & Hon. Maj. R.G. Chambres, Capts. H.A.P. Soppitt, W.G.P. Miller, Lts. W.B. Anderson, H.G. Stafford, G. Pilcher, 2/Lt. W.L. Kerans, Capt. & Adj. R.L. Stable, Lt. & Qm. J. Kelly, and 625 men

    4/Derby  – Lt. J.H. Mathias

    4/Shropshire L.I.  – 2/Lt. E.R. Cox

    Civil Surg. E.D. Collen

    Nursing Sisters B.C. Denyer, M. Denyer

    Due Southampton 14 March.

 

    The Roslin Castle left Southampton Saturday with 28 officers and 834 men of the 5/Middlesex, Lt.-Col. Rolleston, commanding, and details of RA and colonial corps.

 

    The Tintagel Castle left Southampton Saturday with the following:

    Vol. Serv, Co. R. Scots  – 3 officers and 113 men

    Vol. Co. Lincolnshire  – 1 officer and 30 men

    Vol. Co. R. Scots Fus.  – 1 officer and 20 men

    Vol. Co. R. W. Surrey  – 1 officer and 39 men

    Vol. Co. W. Riding  – 1 officer and 27 men

 

    The Anglo-African arrived at Queenstown Saturday morning, embarked 100 remounts and sailed in the afternoon for South Africa .

 

London Times 25/02/02(Tuesday)

p11b    The Britannic left for England Feb. 19 with Civil Surg. J.P.N. Casey and 4 men for St. Helena, 100th Co. RGA - Lts. K.G. MacEwen, L.J.R. Connolly and 101 men for Gibralter and the following invalids for England:

    R. Irish Rifles  – Capt. T.S. Fox-Strangways

    2/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. R.P.F.D. MacGrath

    Sick convalescent, 588

    Wounded convalescent, 62

    With the following on passage home:

    2/Dorset  – Maj. C.A. Rowley

    2/R. Warwick  – Lt. J.A. Moffat

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. W.G. Braithwaite

    Rifle Brig.  – Capt. A.M. King

    Scots Guards  – Capt. W.F. Lascelles

    Dublin City Mil. Arty.  – Capt. W.D.O. Battley

    Imp. L.H.  – Capt. J. Donaldson, Lt. A.H.S. Fothergill

    RAMC  – Capt. E.M. Pilcher

    Scottish Horse  – Surg.-Capt. W.G. Joynt

    Kent Mil. Arty.  – Lt. G.L. Hoare

    1/W. Riding  – Lts. E.V. Jenkins, R.M. Tidmarsh

    Lancs. Field Arty.  – Lt. C.S. Hope-Johnstone

    1/R. Irish  – Lt. J.L.O. Mansergh

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.G. Fuller

    2/Middlesex  – Lt. H.G.L. Bengough

    3/ R. Fus.  – Lt. D. Lynch

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt. E. Bosenworth

    2/N. Staffs.  – Col. C.E. Bradley

    Civil Surgs. F. Clarke, A. McLelland

    Nursing Sisters H. Swart, R. Carey, L.L. Condell, J. Williams

    Due Southampton Mar. 16.

 

    The Inyati left for England Feb. 19 with Col. A.T. Middleton, Remount Dept. on board.

 

    The Briton left for England Feb. 19, with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Col. Sir J. Willcocks

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. A. Llewellyn

    Cape M.R.  – Maj. M.W. Robertson

    AO Dept. Capt. G.H. Stoyle

    Civil Vet. Surg. H.E.T. Mason

    Nursing Sister F.A. Sittaby

 

    The Pembroke Castle arrived at Queenstown yesterday from the Cape and disembarked 17 officers and 313 men of the 5/R. Dublin Fus.. The following were listed: 

     Lt.-Col. H.T. Finlay, Majs. Sir F.W. Shaw, D.S.O., R.A. Hartley, P. La Touche, W.B. Davidson-Houston, Capt. & Adj. R.S. Gage, Capts. A.D. Kirkpatrick, S.A. Jones, W.C. Roper-Caldbeck, L.N. Murphy, Lts. F.W. O’Carrol, G.W. Willock, H. Emerson, 2/Lts. W.B. Cameron, H.J. Kerr, C.R. Barton, Capt. & Qm. R. Baker.

 

London Times 26/02/02 (Wednesday)

p10b    The Nubia left Port Natal for England with the following invalids:

    2/Gordon High.  – Lt. J.L.G. Burnett

    RAMC  – Lt. E. Ryan

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Maj. J. Charman

    RE  – Capt. G.M. Hutton

    I.Y.  – Lts. H.C. Leale, W.V. Edwards

    1/Leicester  – Lts. T. Fereiven, S.O. Everett

    ASC  – Capt. B.R. Horsbrugh

    2/S.Wales Bordrs.  – Capt. F.W. Gray

    Scottish Horse  – Civil Vet. Surg. J. Carpenter

    2/SG  – Lt.-Col. F.N. Romilly

    2/W. Yorks. – 2/Lt. W. Grant-Dalton

    1/E. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. A.G. Niven

    Waterford Arty.  – Capt. S.F. Kirkwood

    1/R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Capt. J.A. Byrne

    4/Devon  – Maj. S. Dumbreck

    Monmouth RE  – Capt. G.W.L. Lamotte

    Imp. L.H.  – Lt. S.J. Burnett

    2/Gloucester  – Lt. P.S. Vassal

    4/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. T.V. Levinge

    2/Wilts.  – 2/Lt. H.C.A. Barkly

    18/Hussars  – Maj. B.C. Haag

    A.P.D.  – Capt. G.L. Jennings-Bramley

    2/Haunts.  – Capt. the Hon. L.C.H. Palk

    2/Warwick  – Capt. O. Hassall

    1/Yorks.  – Capt. B.C.W. Williams

    14/Hussars  – Lt. E.B. Philipson

    3/M.I.  – Capt. S.F. Grahan, and 278 men

    Nursing Sisters M. Steenson, J.H. Roberts, J.E. Scott, M.T. Neville, E.J. Martin, E.A. Cox, H.P.N. Ferreira, L.G. Keel, L.C.M. Noble, E. Prangby

    A.M.S.  – Maj. C.W. Allport, Lt.& Qm. Jacob, and 36 men

    Civil Surgs. N.E. Harding, R.C. MacDonald, J.W. Pridmore, R.J. Rogers, J. Wiglesworth

    Due Southampton Mar. 15.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   26/02/02

p10    The Canada has arrived here with the following named military passengers: Col. and Mrs. Bethune, Col. Alexander.

 

p23    The Kildonan Castle arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Maj. A.G. Dallas, Maj. Edmondson, 2nd Lt. Goodeve, Maj. Glynn, Col. & Mrs. H.G. Morgan, 2nd Lt. Massy, 2nd Lt. Palmer, 2nd Lt. Roberts, Capt. Scott-Kerr, 2nd Lt. Samuels, Lt.-Col. Woodhouse,.

 

p24    Dateline London, Feb. 19.    The Harlech Castle has sailed for South Africa with 542 men including 427 men of the 4/Worcestershire Regt.

    Dateline London, Feb. 23.    The Roslin Castle sailed today for South Africa with 972 troops, mostly from 5/Middlesex. The Tintagel Castle sailed yesterday for South Africa with 237 volunteers and drafts.

 

London Times 27/02/02 (Thursday)

p5a    Dateline St. Helena, Feb. 26.        39 Boer prisoners, including General Ben Viljoen, arrived here yesterday on board the Britannic.

 

London Times 28/02/02 (Friday)

p9b    The Winkfield will embark, today, at Royal Albert Docks , several officers, civil vet. surgs., some men from the RA, and 220 remounts.

 

London Times 01/03/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 03/03/02 (Monday)

p6c    The Montrose sailed Saturday afternoon from (? Southampton ) with 21 officers and 521 men of the 3/N. Staffordshire, 109 men of the Derbyshire, 48 RE and details. Will call at Gibralter and embark 2 officers and 200 men. Col. Monkton, N. Staffordshire Regt. in command.

 

London Times 04/03/02 (Tuesday)

p9b    The Avoca arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    RGA  – Capts. J.B. Parry, E.H.T. Parsons

    RFA  – Lt. R.L.D. Whitfield, 2/Lt. J.S. French

    6/DG  – Capt. E.M. Johnstone

    8/Hussars  – 2/Lt. H.C. Mallet

    1/Essex  – Lt. E.D. Raymond

    2/Northampton  – 2/Lt. G.C. Oldham

    2/Manchester  – Capt. F.F. Deakin

    I.Y.  – Lts. E.S. Ward, W.H.S. Dunlop

    RAMC  – Lt. M.F. Foulds

    2/Middlesex  – Lts. W.C. Hendricks, T.B.H. Thorne

    3/V.B. Sussex  – Lt.-Col. C.B. Godman

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Lt.-Col. R.B. Williams

    2/S.Wales  Borderers  – 2/Lt. E.H.A. Hodgson

    2/Norfolk  – 2/Lt. R.J.C. Otter

    Londonderry Mil. Arty.  – Lt. C.A. French

    Imp. L.H.  – Surg. Capt. T.J. Crean, V.C.

    2/Hampshire  – Capt. E. Leigh

    Nursing Sister H.G. Miller

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – Maj. A.F. Dawkins

    2/Gordon High.  – 2/Lt. W.S. Adam

    4/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. C.G. Stewart

    1/KRRC  – Capt. F.M. Crum

    Civil Surgs. T.B. Ganvie, J. Blore

    Medical Staff:

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. S. Townsend, Lt. & Qm. V. Ferguson, Civil Surgs. W.B. Bannerman, R. Brown, A.J. Knowlton, Nursing Sisters A.A.C. Higgs, J. Stephenson, A.G. Rees, M.G. Buse, W.A.C. Millington, and 35 men.

    Rev. Father Fielding

   

    The Dunottar Castle left for England, Feb. 26 with Lt. A.L. Cave, 10/Hussars, on passage home.

 

    The Winkfield left Queenstown yesterday after embarking 115 horses.

 

London Times 05/03/02 (Wednesday)

p8c    The Orotava left for England Feb. 27 with the following invalids:

    7/DG  – Maj. J.E.E. Dyer

    10/Hussars  – Lt. the Hon. A. Annesley

    RGA  – Lt.-Col. R.C. Foster

    3/R. Scots  – Lt. & Qm. W.F. Horniblow

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. A.G. Boyle

    4/Bedford  – Lt. F.G.C. Ashmead-Bartlett

    1/R. Welsh Fus.  – Maj. H.J. Madocks

    4/Dublin Fus.  – Capt. F.J.A. Skeet

    RAMC  – Lt. L.E.L. Parker

    W. Australian M.I.  – Capt. E.R. Williams

    3/Essex  – 2/Lt. G.F. Pryor

    I.Y.  – Capt. L. St. J. Brodrick, Lts. F.E.L. Philp, G. Bourke, F.M. Madan, G.A. Monkhouse, J.J.B. Cross.

    Nursing Sister C. Campbell

    Sick laying down , 86; sick convalescent, 420

    Wounded laying down, 22; wounded convalescent, 4

    With the following on passage home:

    4/Worcester  – Capt. E.W. Moss, 2/Lt. C.S. Linton

    3/Welsh  – Lt. R.N. Kelly

    2/Northampton  – Capt. G.E. Ripley

    I.Y.  – Capt. Baron Von Dankburg, Lts. J.A. Douglas, A.C. Martyn, and Riding-Mr. H. Anderson

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. A. Kelly

    RAMC  – Maj. C.W.R. Healey

    1/GG  – Lt. & Qm. J. Robinson

    RFA  – Col. H.H. Pengree

    Seaforth High.  – Col. J.W. Hughes-Hallett

    Liverpool  – (Late of) Mr. C. Gandy

    Rev. C. Lebras

    Civil Vet. Surg. J. Crawford

    Civil Surgs. G.H.B. Harvie, G. Kennedy

    Nursing Sisters M.T. Enright, M. Hodges, M.F.H. Gibbs, E.M. Hill

    Due Southampton Mar. 13.

 

    The Orient arrived at Southampton yesterday with 29 invalids for Netley, 66 for Woolwich, 248 men for Aldershot, 150 time-expired men for Brockhurst, and 66 details.

The following Invalid officers are listed:

    12/Lancers  – 2/Lt. T.R. Badger

    16/Lancers  – 2/Lt. A.L. Bruce

    Staff  – Col. J. Reeves

    2/Yorks L.I.  – Maj. A.W. Elles

    1/R. Lancaster  – Capt. J.H. Morrah

    1/R. Irish  – Lt. J.A.M.J.P. Kelly

    3/ Scottish Rifles  – Capt. J.C. Gardner

    1/Worcester  – Lt. A.F. Custance

    2/E. Surrey  – 2/Lt. R.C. Ross

    1/L.N. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. A.S.G. Cattell

    3/L.N. Lancs.  – J.C. Wilson

    1/KRRC  – Capt. W.P. Lynes

    1/Highland L.I.  – Capt. A.W.D. Gaussen

    2/R. Irish Rifles  – Lt. E.M.A. Hogan

    ASC  – Lt. W.W. Molony

    RAMC  – Lt. F.H. Merry

    I.Y.  – Capt. A. West. Lts. H. Platten, A.J.A. Craven, J.N. Christy, L.W. Roberts, C.E. Brooke-Hunt, W.R. Foran

    Civil Surgs.  C.R. White, A.S. David

    Nursing Sister S.E. Webb

    With the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Maj. H.J. Fletcher

    The Revs. I. Le Mesurier, B. Guyer

    1/Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. J.A. Ballantine

    Tipperary Arty.  – Col. F.J.S. Lecky

    1/Border  – Lt. G.J. Marsh

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.T. Crosby, J.P. Small

    Civil Surgs. R.C. Leaning, C.C. Harris, J.P. Wright

    Nursing Sisters E.H. Cole, B.R. Roberts, W.E. Cheeseman, E.C. Lawrence, M.A. Macready.

 

    The Harlech Castle with the 4/Worcestershire Regt. on board arrived yesterday at Bermuda.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   05/03/02

p1    Dateline Simon’s Town, Mar. 1.    The West Yorks Militia, commanded by Col. Bennett, embarked on board the Ulstermore this morning for England. The Regt. left England with 550 in Feb. 1900. Strength going home is 292 officers and men.

 

p10    The Mohawk arrived here Friday with 820 men from the following: CG, GG, IG, SR and some others.

 

p17    The Saxon arrived yesterday afternoon with the following named military passengers: Col. Viscount Valletort, Lt. W.H.M. Action, Capt. W.T.W. Brackenburg, 2nd Lt. H.G. Fowler, Capt. W.C. French, Capt. J. Hodgykins, Lt. C.H.H. Hogg, Lt. D.S. Hope, Lt. L.W. Lewer, Lt. C.F. Potter, Capt. H.B. Roberts, Lt. J.A. Samuel,.

    The Carisbrook Castle sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Gen. Rundle, Maj. Maud (Maude ? ), Capt. Brodie, Capt. Webber, Capt. Harrison, Lt. Hollins, Maj. MacPherson,.

 

p22    Dateline Durban, Feb. 28.     The Bavarian has just added 360 more Boer POW and is expected to sail for India next week.

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 2.    The Montrose has sailed for South Africa with 799 officers and men including 542 of the W. Stafford Regt. The Montrose will call at Gibralter to embark 202 more troops.

    Dateline London, Feb. 27. The American left New Orleans today with 1,000 horses for South Africa . The Mont Eagle has sailed from Fiume with 750 horses for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Feb. 28.    The Hortensius left New Orleans today with 1,015 mules for South Africa .

p25    The Britannic has arrived at St. Helena with Boer POW. The Braemar Castle has arrived here with the following named military passengers: Maj. A. St. H. Gibbons, Col. Younghusband

 

London Times 06/03/02 (Thursday)

p6b & c    Note Here: Casualty chart for month of February 1902

 

London Times 07/03/02 (Friday)

p5e    The Ulstermore left for England Mar. 1 with the following on passage home:

    4/W. Yorks.  – Majs. A.C. Bennett, Sir. W.H. Mahon, Capts. A.B. Ritchie, J.B.C. Tottie, D.A.E. Swainston Strangwayes, B. Metcalfe Smith, Capt. & Qm. T. Wilson, Lt. R.S. Dudley and 288 men.

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. W.H.H.C. Moubray, Lt. C.R. Molyneux

    3/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt. C.B. Scott

    3/Welsh  – Capt. A.T. Perkins

    I.Y.  – Maj. C.G.I. Edmondes

    18/Hussars  – 2/Lt. G.E. Wannell

    RAMC  – Lt. J. Clerke

    Civil Surg. G.N. Stephen

    Due Southampton Mar 21

 

    The Guelph left for England Mar. 1, with the following on passage home:

    3/S. Wales Borderers  – Majs. T.W. Jones, S.W. Morgan, Capts. H.J.V. Phillips, H.H. Bromfield, G. Maxwell-Heron, G. Turner, E. Southey, B.N. Shaw, D.C.S. Gwynne, H. Banner, G.H. Grante, Lts. G.S.R. Lake, H.J. Miers, H.W.G.M. Griffith, Capt. & Qm. M. Murphy and 437 men

    3/E. Lancs.  – Lt.-Col. J.W.R. Parker, Maj. W.A. Jupp, Capts. W.J.C. Luddington, E.A. Le G. Starkie, W.S. Allen, Lts. W.F. Williamson, H.C. Conant, 2/Lts. G.S. Topham, J. Craven and 620 men

    3/ Innisk. Fus.  – Capt. J. Crean

    RAMC  – Lt. W.C. Stevenson

    Civil Surg. G.B. Stoney

    Nursing Sister G.G. Styles

    Due Southampton Mar. 22

 

London Times 08/03/02 (Saturday)

p7a    Dateline Durban, Mar. 5.        The Bavarian has sailed for India with 1,000 Boer prisoners on board.

 

p9c & d    The Manila left for England Mar. 2 with the following invalids:

    1/V.B. R. Highlanders  – Lt. A.B. Corrie

    Vet. Surg. R.S. Reetne

    Sick laying down, 2; sick convalescent, 424

    Wounded convalescent, 19

    With the following on passage home:

    1/S. Lancs.  – Capt. E.F. Oakeley

    3/E. Yorks.  – Capt. P.T.S. Maxsted

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. E.O. Millward

    Civil Surgs. H. Dyer, G.R. Thompson

    Nursing Sisters G.L. Mall, M. Atkinson, R.I. Briggs

    Due Southampton Mar. 25.

 

    The Lake Erie arrived at Southampton Mar. 25 with the following:

    3/Welsh  – Col. A.T. Perkins, Majs. W. Forrest, Hon. W. Elton, Capts. R.W. Taylor, F.P. Latham, H.H. Esplin, D.W. Panton, B.F. Perkins, Lts. M.O. Boyd, R. Browning, H.F. Herd, H. Turber, Capt. & Adj. H.E. Taylor, Lt. & Qm. T. Tinnock, and 610 men

    4/S. Wales Borderers  – Lt. H.A. Hare

    3/Connaught Rangers  – Lt. C.E. Tayleur

    3/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. G.E. Harcourt

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. J.W. Nelson

    2/E. Surrey  – Lt. J.K.T. Whish

    I.Y.  – Capts. C.R. Arbuthnot, T.S. Marland

    1/Yorks  – Lt. E.V.L. Wardle

    Reserve of Officers  – 2/Lt. C.C.H. Harvey

    6/Dragoons  – Capt. W.H. King

    1/Gordon High.  – Capt. K. Dingwall

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. W.H.W. Young

    RA  – Capt. N.S. Bertie Clay

    4/V.B.  KRRC  – Capt. J.H. Smith

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.H. Carter, E.A. Wilshaw, S. Hirst

    Civil Surg. C.w. Holder

    Nursing Sisters M.E. Loveday, A.J. Garlick

   

London Times 10/03/02 (Monday)

p6b    The Arundel Castle left Southampton Saturday with 13 officers and 544 men. Maj. Nason, D.S.O., 1/Essex, in charge. The drafts were made up from: Cheshire, Northumberland Fus., Durham L.I., KOSB, Welsh, Hampshire, R. W. Kent, and Northamptonshire Regiments.

 

p6e    The Britannic arrived at Gibralter yesterday and landed 4 officers and 100 men before sailing on to Southampton .

 

London Times 11/03/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 12/03/02 (Wednesday)

p10e    The Assaye sailed from Southampton yesterday with a total of 95 officers and 1,258 men, 18 officers and 555 men of the 3/Middlesex for St. Helena, 32 officers and 637 men of the 4/P.W.O.Y.R. and details. The following were listed: 

    3/Middlesex  – Lt-Col. E.V. Bellers

    4/Yorkshire  – Lt.-Col. B.G. Harrison

    1/Worcestershire  – Lt.-Col. O.H. Oakes

 

    The Kelvinside will sail today from Royal Albert Docks with a small contingent of RA, a few officers, 2 Civil Vet. Surgs., and 260 remounts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   12/03/02

p10    The Canada sailed for England Sunday with the Militia Bn. of the Middlesex Regt. and the  R. Munster Fus.. with the following named military passengers: Col. Helme, Lt.-Col. Benchley, Maj. Sapte, Capt. Gibbons and Brig.-Gen. Cunningham.

    The Carisbrooke Castle sailed Wednesday for England with the following named military passengers: Gen. Sir Leslie Rundle, Maj. Maud (Maude ? ), and Capts. Brodie, Webber, and Harrison.

 

p22    Dateline Durban Mar. 8.    The Bewarden sails tomorrow ( for India ? ) with 1,000 Boer POW. About 500 more Boer POW are on the Aurania waiting departure.

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 7.    The Montrose has embarked 206 officers and men of the 2/Cameron High. at Gibralter for South Africa .

    The Assaye has sailed with 573 troops for St. Helena and 719 troops for South Africa.

 

p30    The Kinfauns Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Capt. Brandon Kirby, Adm. Sir. F. Richards. For Natal, Gen Mussenden.

    The Kildonan Castle sails this afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Lt. the Hon. H.E. Fitz Clarence, Col. the Hon. J. Byng, Col. Reginald (? B)arnes, Col. and Mrs. Playfair , Capts. MacFarlane, Harrison, S. Chapin, R.G. Lorold, Forbes, MacFarlane, Browning, A. Hill, Radclyffe, Lts. Clive Wilson, Haig, R.C. Grewing, Magill, Walker, E.C.D. Lardner.

 

London Times 13/03/02 (Thursday)

p10b    The Carisbrook Castle left for England Mar. 5, with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. Sir. H.M.L. Rundle

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Capt. R.S. Webber

    Lancs. Mil. Arty.  – Lt. H.F. Hollins

    Imp. L.H.  – Maj. W. de S. Maud

    RA  – Lt.-Col. C.V.B. Kuper

    5/Munster Fus.  – Lt. J. Browne

    Lord Lovant’s Scouts  – Capt. E.J. Brodie, Lt. K.L. Macdonald

    Kimberley L.H.  – Maj. T.C. Peakman

    I.Y.  – Maj. D.H. Macpherson

    Civil Vet. Surgs. H. Leeney, J.D. Knowles

    Due Southampton Mar. 21.

 

London Times 14/03/02 (Friday)

p9b    The Britannic arrived at Southampton yesterday with 650 men on board. She called at St. Helena and there landed 39 Boer prisoners. The following were listed for Southampton .

    R. Irish Rifles  – Capt. T.S. Fox-Strangways

    2/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. R.P.F.D. MacGrath

    2/Dorset  – Maj. C.A. Rowley

    2/R. Warwick  – Lt. J.A. Moffat

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. W.G. Braithwaite

    Rifle Brig.  – Capt. A.M. King

    Scots Guards  – Capt. W.F. Lascelles

    Dublin City Mil. Arty.  – Capt. W.D.O. Battley

    Imp. L.H.  – Capt. J. Donaldson, Lt. A.H.S. Fothergill

    RAMC  – Capt. E.M. Pilcher

    Scottish Horse  – Surg.-Capt. W.G. Joynt

    Kent Mil. Arty.  – Lt. G.L. Hoare

    1/W. Riding  – Lts. E.V. Jenkins, R.M. Tidmarsh

    Lancs. Field Arty.  – Lt. C.S. Hope-Johnstone

    1/R. Irish  – Lt. J.L.O. Mansergh

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.G. Fuller

    2/Middlesex  – Lt. H.G.L. Bengough

    3/ R. Fus.  – Lt. D. Lynch

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lt. E. Bosenworth

    2/N. Staffs.  – Col. C.E. Bradley

    Civil Surgs. F. Clarke, A. McLelland

    Nursing Sisters H. Swart, R. Carey, L.L. Condell, J. Williams

   

London Times 15/03/02 (Saturday)

p7b    Dateline Wellington, Mar. 14.    (No Ship Mentioned) "The South Island section of the Ninth New Zealand Contingent, consisting of 500 men and horses, were accorded a splendid send-off to-day.”

    "The contingent of 500 men from the North Island will leave Auckland on board the transport Devon next Wednesday.”

 

p13b    The Gaika arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following on passage home:

    3/L.N. Lancs. Regt.  – Lt.-Col. J.H.W. Pedder, Majs. T. Cowper, Capt. & Hon. Maj. R.G. Chambres, Capts. H.A.P. Soppitt, W.G.P. Miller, Lts. W.B. Anderson, H.G. Stafford, G. Pilcher, 2/Lt. W.L. Kerans, Capt. & Adj. R.L. Stable, Lt. & Qm. J. Kelly, and 625 men

    4/Derby  – Lt. J.H. Mathias

    4/Shropshire L.I.  – 2/Lt. E.R. Cox

    Civil Surg. E.D. Collen

    Nursing Sisters B.C. Denyer, M. Denyer

   

    The Canada left for England Mar. 10 with the following invalids:

    3/DG  – Maj. F.J. Ryder

    7/DG  – Lts. G.F. Dunne, H. Twyford, J.E.D. Holland

    1/R. Dragoons  – Capt. C.A. Calvert

    RGA  – Capt. R. St. G. Gorton

    I.Y.  – Lts. P.H. Noad, J.H.G. Crane, Lt. & Qm. H. Pococke

    1/R. Scots  – Capt. G.H. Davidson

    3/R. Scots  – Maj. Lord H.F. Montague-Douglas-Scott

    3/W. Surrey  – Lt. J.K.N. Versturme-Bunbury

    3/Lancs.  – Capt. F.P. Vane

    3/R. Fus.  – Capt. L.W. Le M. Carey

    5/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. L. Ricketts

    1/Yorks.  – Lt. R.H. Darwin

    4/Yorks.  – Capt. R.E.F.S. Dudding

    6/Lancs. Fus.    – Capt. J.H. Turner

    3/KOSB  – Capt. H.W.A.F. Crichton Browne

    Worcester  – Capt. F.M.E. Kennedy

    R.B.  – Capt. B.H.H. Cooke

    2/R.B.  – Lt. C. Da B.S. Baker Carr

    Munster Fus.  – Bt.-Maj. G.A.C. Webb, Lt. H.A. Carroll

    2/R. Jersey Arty.  – 2/Lt. J.H. L’Amy

    1/V.B. Worcester  – Lt. C.M. Watson

    1/Irish  – Lt. S.H.L. Galbraith

    3/Gloucester  – Maj. C.D. Guise

    3/R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. Hon. D. Scott

    Rhodesian F.F., attch. to RE  – Lt. L.P. Winby

    ASC  – Lts. R. Simpson, W.C. Crosse

    RAMC  – Capt. M. MacG. Rattray, Lts. R.L. Argles, J. Conway

    Civil Surg. W.E.J. Jones

    Sick convalescent, 1; Wounded laying down, 1.

    With the following on passage home:   

    3/W. Surrey  – Capts. R.B. Swinton, E.G. Williams, T.C. Knox, A.G. Shaw, 2/Lts. J.W.S. Malden, J.W. Garnier, B.P. Stevens, Capt. & Qm. J.S. Dyke and 190 men

    3/Munster Fus.  – Majs. G. Lucas, M.W. O’Donovan, T. Longridge, Capts. B.V.S. Demvile, R.W. Oldnall, J.W. Stopford, Lts. S.D. Nash, W.S. Browne, A.E. King, E.P. Waldo, 2/Lts. W.J. Hewitt, H.B.S. Stephenson, Lt. & Qm. W.H. Forsdick and 363 men

    6/Middlesex  – Lt.-Col. G.C. Helme, Majs. G.R. Rushbrook, H.W.H. Brenchley, F. Sapte, Capts. G.E. Barker, A.R. Carey, A.D. Gibbons, Lt. R.A. Slee, Capt. & Qm. J.A. Walter and 303 men.

    KRRC  – Capt. A.I. Payne

    5/KRRC  – Maj. A.D. Pixley

    3/Lincoln  – Lt. & Qm. T. Hammond

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen. C. Tucker, Brig.-Gen. G.C. Cunningham, Lt.-Col. R.L. Milne

    Border  – Capt. F.G.G. Morris

    Indian Staff Corps  – Maj. C.F. Minchin

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts. F.G.W. Jones, A.G. M. Tozer

    7/R. Fus.  – Capts. F.B. Oldfield, H.H. Hobson

    I.Y.  – Capt. A.H.V. Willyams, Lts. E.C. Rankin, W.H. Chapman, C.B. Despard

    E. Surrey  – Lt. S.D. Brancker

    Rev. C. Taberer

    3/E. Lancs.  – Maj. R.L. Broad

    5/Middlesex  – Lt. C.F. Alleyne

    3/Irish Rifles  – Lt. J. Blakiston Houston

    4/Irish Rifles  – Lt. A.F. Persse

    5/Leinster  – Capt. R.W. Eveard

    Bushvelt Carbs.  – Lt. H. Picton

    4/Manchester  – Lt. J.H.L. Reade

    POC  – Capt. P.J. Preece

    RFA  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Granett

    1/Suffolk  – Capt. S.E.M. Lloyd

    RAMC  – Maj. E.L. Freer

    KOSB  – Maj. A.H.B. Cavaye

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. H.P.B. Vaughan

    Civil Surgs. W. Lockerbie, J.G.F. Hosken

    Nursing Sisters I. Overbek, L. Bond, G.E. Walker, M. Hamer

    Civil Vet. Surg.  T.F. Prime Cockroft

    Will call at Port Nolloth to embark 2/Lt. F.C. Longbourne and 69 men 3/R. W. Surrey Regt.

    Due Southampton Mar. 28.

 

London Times 17/03/02 (Monday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 18/03/02 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Kildonan Castle left for England Mar. 12 with the following on passage home:

    10 Hussars  – Col. the Hon. J.H.G. Byng

    4/Hussars  – Capt. R.W.R. Barnes

    7/Hussars  – Lt. O. Haig

    1/DG  – Lt. R.G. Grewing

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. W.L. Forbes

    Lancs. Mil. FA  – Capt. H.S. Browning

    2/Liverpool  – Lt. E.G.D. Lardner

    5/Worcester  – Lt. H.F.M. Walker

    R.B.  – Capts. C.E. Radclyffe, D.S.O., A.P.B. Harrison

    South African L.H.  – Capts. R.S. Grant-Thorold, S.H. Chapin, the Hon. A. Hill.

    South African Mtd. Irr. Forces  – Capt. J.P. McFarlane

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. the Hon. H.E. Fitzclarence

    Civil Surgs. A.H. Sugden, J.P. Dumphy

    Due Southampton Mar. 28.

 

    The Nubia arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 29 officers and 279 men. The following were listed: 

    2/Gordon High.  – Lt. J.L.G. Burnett

    RAMC  – Lt. E. Ryan

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Maj. J. Charman

    RE  – Capt. G.M. Hutton

    I.Y.  – Lts. H.C. Leale, W.V. Edwards

    1/Leicester  – Lts. T. Fereiven, S.O. Everett

    ASC  – Capt. B.R. Horsbrugh

    2/S.Wales Bordrs.  – Capt. F.W. Gray

    Scottish Horse  – Civil Vet. Surg. J. Carpenter

    2/SG  – Lt.-Col. F.N. Romilly

    2/W. Yorks. – 2/Lt. W. Grant-Dalton

    1/E. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. A.G. Niven

    Waterford Arty.  – Capt. S.F. Kirkwood

    1/R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Capt. J.A. Byrne

    4/Devon  – Maj. S. Dumbreck

    Monmouth RE  – Capt. G.W.L. Lamotte

    Imp. L.H.  – Lt. S.J. Burnett

    2/Gloucester  – Lt. P.S. Vassal

    4/Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. T.V. Levinge

    2/Wilts.  – 2/Lt. H.C.A. Barkly

    18/Hussars  – Maj. B.C. Haag

    A.P.D.  – Capt. G.L. Jennings-Bramley

    2/Haunts.  – Capt. the Hon. L.C.H. Palk

    2/Warwick  – Capt. O. Hassall

    1/Yorks.  – Capt. B.C.W. Williams

    14/Hussars  – Lt. E.B. Philipson-Stow

    3/M.I.  – Capt. S.F. Grahan,

    Nursing Sisters M. Steenson, J.H. Roberts, J.E. Scott, M.T. Neville, E.J. Martin, E.A. Cox, H.P.N. Ferreira, L.G. Keel, L.C.M. Noble, E. Prangby

    A.M.S.  – Maj. C.W. Allport, Lt.& Qm. Jacob

    Civil Surgs. N.E. Harding, R.C. MacDonald, J.W. Pridmore, R.J. Rogers, J. Wiglesworth

    13 officers and 85 men were landed at Plymouth and the remainder will go on to Southampton .

 

London Times 19/03/02 (Wednesday)

p5a    Dateline Durban, Mar. 17. The Custodian has arrived from Sydney with 500 Australian troops.

p11c    The Avoca embarked, at Southampton yesterday, the following:

    RE (Electrical Eng.)  – 50 men, Lt. H.F. Bigge, in charge.

    Some nurses

    Some details.

 

    The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday with over 500 men, mostly invalids. The following were listed: 

    7/DG  – Maj. J.E.E. Dyer

    10/Hussars  – Lt. the Hon. A. Annesley

    RGA  – Lt.-Col. R.C. Foster

    3/R. Scots  – Lt. & Qm. W.F. Horniblow

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. A.G. Boyle

    4/Bedford  – Lt. F.G.C. Ashmead-Bartlett

    1/R. Welsh Fus.  – Maj. H.J. Madocks

    4/Dublin Fus.  – Capt. F.J.A. Skeet

   

    W. Australian M.I.  – Capt. E.R. Williams

    3/Essex  – 2/Lt. G.F. Pryor

    I.Y.  – Capt. L. St. J. Brodrick, Baron von Dankburg, Lts. F.E.L. Philp, G. Bourke, F.M. Madan, G.A. Monkhouse, J.J.B. Cross, J.A. Douglas, A.C. Martyn, Riding -Mr. H. Anderson.

    4/Worcester  – Capt. E.W. Moss, 2/Lt. C.S. Linton

    3/Welsh  – Lt. R.N. Kelsey

    2/Northampton  – Capt. G.E. Ripley

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. A. Kelly

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Lt. E.N. Kelly

    RAMC  – Maj. C.W.R. Healey, Lt. L.E.L. Parker

    1/GG  – Lt. & Qm. J. Robinson

    RFA  – Col. H.H. Pengree

    Seaforth High.  – Col. J.W. Hughes-Hallett

    Liverpool  – (Late of) Mr. C. Gandy

    Rev. C. Lebras

    Civil Vet. Surg. J. Crawford

    Civil Surgs. G.H.B. Harvie, G. Kennedy

    Nursing Sisters M.T. Enright, M. Hodges, M.F.H. Gibbs, E.M. Hill,  C. Campbell

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   19/03/02

p10    The Dilwara has sailed for England with the following named military passengers: Capt. & Mrs. Cheales.

    The Dunera sailed Friday for England with 40 officers and a number of invalids. She sailed with the following named military passengers: Maj. Moule, Maj. Caldwell.

 

p19    The Norman arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Capt. Lord Osborne Beauclerk, Capt. G.C. Baven, Col. T.A. Hill, Capt. A.F.W. King, Col. & Mrs. Henty (for Natal).

    The Saxon sails for England this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Brig.-Gen. Hamilton, Col. Pulteney, Lt. Clive Wilson, Lt. Cuthbert, Capt. Darling Baker, Lt. Anderson, Col. Levy and Family, Maj. Stuart.

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 16.    The Greek has embarked at Southampton 485 Volunteer drafts and 98 South African Constabulary for South Africa

    Dateline London, Mar. 14.    The Walmer Castle will sail for South Africa  tomorrow with the following named military passengers: Lord Wolseley, Col. Frank Rhodes, Capt. Arthur Rhodes, Col. Thorneycroft.

 

p25    Dateline Durban, Mar. 17.    25 officers and 497 men have arrived here from Sydney (no ship mentioned).

 

London Times 20/03/02 (Thursday)

p5b    Dateline Auckland, Mar. 19.        The Devon left here to-day for South Africa with the northern section of the ninth New Zealand contingent.

 

p11b    The Dunera left for England Mar. 14 with the following invalids:

    RAMC  – Maj. R. Caldwell

    Indian Staff Corps  – Lt. W.T. Barry

    2/E. Kent  – Maj. F.W.B. Dyne

    2/SR  – 2/Lt. M.B. Pollard Urquhart

    3/KRR  – Maj, W.H. Salmon

    1/R. Scots  – Lt. J.G.L. Searight

    1/Manchester  – Lt. A.D.N. Merriman

    1/Irish  – 2/Lt. S. Hutchins

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Capt. J.G. Forbes

    RGA  – Lt. G.T.A. Drought

    2/Scots Guards  – 2/Lt. M. Romer

    I.Y.  – Lts. J.W. Chambers, D. Dewar

    Revs. F.R. Evans, W.G. Vaughan

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. H.J. Kinsman

    Civil Surg.  C. Dodd

    Sick laying down , 18; sick convalescent, 247

    Wounded laying down, 3; wounded convalescent, 16

    Civil Vet. Surg. W.L. White, on passage home.

    Due Southampton Apr. 5.

 

    The Dilwara left for England Mar. 14 with the following invalids:

    7/DG  – Capt. W.D. Swiney

    10/Hussars  – Lts. C. Salkeld, M.R.H. Wilson

    2/Warwick  – Lt.-Col. K.E. Lean

    5/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. N.E. Lloyd

    2/Worcester  – 2/Lt. G.A. Sneath

    1/E. Lancs.  – Capt. R.D. Cheales

    2/N. Staffs.  – 2/Lt. D.E. Hope

    ASC  – Lt. & Qm. T. Challoner

    3/DG  – Capt. J.H.A. Annesley, D.S.O.

    Rev. F.G. Wright

    Nursing Sisters S.J. Browne, M.J. Harrower

    Sick laying down , 47; sick convalescent, 426

    Wounded laying down, 8; wounded convalescent, 16

    With the following on passage home:

    1/N. Lancs.  – Lt.-Col. P.R.S. Churchward

    4/R. Fus.  – Capt. A.C. Jeffcoat

    Yorks. Mil. Arty.  – Maj. W.E. Fell

    Clare Mil. Arty.  – Capt. C.P. Mahon Hagan

    5/Lancers  – Lt. W.V.R. Price

    Prov. Cav. Regt.  – Lt. J.F. Cowlard

    Late 5/Irish Rifles  – Capt. C.H. Edye

    3/ E. Lancs.  – Lt. & Qm. S.H. Williamson

    RAMC  – Surg. Maj. W.C. Beevor, Lt. O.W.A. Elsner

    4/Norfolk  – 2/Lt. J.H. Cantlay

    A.P.D.  – Maj. H.J. Thwaytes

    R.N.  – Lt. Spilsbury Potter

    I.Y.  – Maj. J.A. Lea

    P.o.W. L. H.  – Capt. P. Oldham

    Loch’s Horse  – Capt. M. Savile

    Kitcheners F.S.  – Lt. P.J.S. Morris

    Civil Vet. Surg. F.C. Golden

    Civil Surgs. W. Somerville, R.W.T. Ewart

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Rose, J.C. Spence

    Due Southampton April 4.

 

London Times 21/03/02 (Friday)

p3a    Dateline Bombay, Mar. 20.        The Bavarian, with 1,068 prisoners, 8 officers, and 1,050 troops has arrived. 4 POW died of measles and 24 recovered on the voyage.

 

London Times 22/03/02 (Saturday)

p13b & c    The Wakool left for England Mar. 17 with the following invalids:

    Sick laying down ,2 ; sick convalescent, 465

    Wounded laying down, 1 ; wounded convalescent, 9

    With the following on passage home:

    Seaforth High.  – Lt.-Col. S.C.H. Monro

    5/R. Irish Fue.  – Lt. W.R. Warren

    4/Worcester  – Capt. B.E. Vaughan

    4/Border  – Capt. T.R. Morse

    2/Dorset  – Lt. F.S. Bowring

    RAMC  – Maj. S.E. Duncan

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj. s. Guese

    R. Marine Arty.  – Capt. G.E. Barnes

    Kitchener’s F.S.  – Lt. E.G. Lake

    Late Rimington’s Guides  – Lt. H.G. Supple

    Civil Surgs. F. Benickwell, F.E. Ross, H.J. Pickering

    Civil Vet. Surgs. W.T. Oliver, R.W. Boyce

    Nursing Sisters E.R. Warren, S.A. Boneham, H. Anderson, L.H. O’Ryan

    Due Southampton April 10.

 

    The Saxon left for England Mar. 19 with the following on passage home:

    Brig.-Gen. G.H.C. Hamilton

    3/L. N. Lancs.  – Staff-Lt. W.B. Anderson

    Damant’s Horse  – Lt. C. Wilson

    5/DG  – Maj. C.H. Stuart

    Due Southampton April 4.

 

    The Orient left Southampton yesterday. The following were listed: 

    3/Lincolnshire  – 20 officers and about 600 men, Lt.-Col. C.A. Swan, in charge.

    3/E. Yorkshire  – 24 officers and about 540 men, Lt.-Col. Walker in command.

 

London Times 24/03/02 (Monday)

p10a, b & d        The Roslin Castle left for England Mar. 20. with the following invalids:

    1/Dragoons  – Lt. the Hon. W.C.W. Egerton

    RE  – 2/Lt. H.E. Day

    2/R. Fus.  – Lt. Sir F.E. Waller

    2/Worcester  – Capt. G.C. Lambton

    3/SR  – Capt. E.L.L. James

    2/W. Kent  – 2/Lt. G.S.T. Fenning

    1/Gordon High.  – Lt. A.L. Davies

    4/Durham L.I.  – Lt. W.W. Apperley

    RFA  – Capt. E.F. Talbot Ponsonby

    RAMC  – Lt. G.G. Delap

    With the following on passage home:

    3/Norfolk  – Maj. H.Y. Beale, Capts. S.L. Barrett, P.L. Bagge, Lts. C.M. Jickling, P.H. Kemp, A.A. Steward, T.H.F. Barclay, F.J. Cresswell, 2/Lts. A.R. Fellowes, J.D. North, Lt. & Qm. W. Vince and 358 men

    4/Essex (Attached to 3/Norfolk)  – Capt. E.L. Calverley

    9/Lancers  – Lt. the Earl of Leitrim

    I.Y.  – Capt. E.S. Pountney, Lt. E.W. Kirkby

    SG  – Col. W.P. Pulteney, Lt. J.H. Cuthbert

    3/R. Sussex  – Lt. R.E. Henderson

    Somerset L.I.  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Gallwey

    R. Irish Fus.  – Maj. T.G. Barclay

    RAMC  – Lt. H. Ensor

    BSAP  – Lt. F.E. Eastwood

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.-Col. A.H.M. Edwards

    Civil Surgs. T. Adam, E.A.B. Wood

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Breen, M. Fawcett

    Due Southampton April 9.

 

    The Carisbrooke Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday morning. Among the passengers were: Lt.-Gen. Sir. Leslie Rundle and the Hon. J.R. Stopford

 

    The Ulstermore passed Prawle Point yesterday.

 

    The Lake Erie left Royal Albert Docks Saturday afternoon with the following:

    1/DG  – 2 officers and 64 men

    6/DG  – 82 men

    19 Hussars  – 2 officers and 82 men

    Details  – 38 officers and 71 men

    17/Lancers  – Lt.-Col. H.A. Lawrence, in command.

    Remounts  – 252

    Will call at Queenstown for additional details and remounts.

 

Note Here: Capt. H. de C. Eastwood, 1/DG, appointed Adj. and Asst. Instructor at I.Y. School, Aldershot.

 

London Times 25/03/02 (Tuesday)

p8d    The Ulstermore arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with following: 

    4/W. Yorks.  – Majs. A.C. Bennett, Sir. W.H. Mahon, Capts. A.B. Ritchie, J.B.C. Tottie, D.A.E. Swainston Strangwayes, B. Metcalfe-Smith, Capt. & Qm. T. Wilson, Lt. R.S. Dudley and nearly 300 men.

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. W.H.H.C. Moubray, Lt. C.R. Molyneux

    3/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt. C.B. Scott

    3/Welsh  – Capt. A.T. Perkins

    I.Y.  – Maj. C.G.I. Edmondes

    18/Hussars  – 2/Lt. G.E. Wannell

    RAMC  – Lt. J. Clerke

    Civil Surg. G.N. Stephen

   

    The Guelph arrived at Southampton last night with the following:

    3/S. Wales Borderers  – Majs. T.W. Jones, S.W. Morgan, Capts. H.J.V. Phillips, H.H. Bromfield, G. Maxwell-Heron, G. Turner, E. Southey, B.N. Shaw, D.C.S. Gwynne, H. Banner, G.H. Grante, Lts. G.S.R. Lake, H.J. Miers, H.W.G.M. Griffith, Capt. & Qm. M. Murphy and 437 men

    3/E. Lancs.  – Lt.-Col. J.W.R. Parker, Maj. W.A. Jupp, Capts. W.J.C. Luddington, E.A. Le G. Starkie, W.S. Allen, Lts. W.F. Williamson, H.C. Conant, 2/Lts. G.S. Topham, J. Craven and 620 men

    3/ Innisk. Fus.  – Capt. J. Crean

    RAMC  – Lt. W.C. Stevenson

    Civil Surg. G.B. Stoney

    Nursing Sister G.G. Styles

 

London Times 26/03/02 (Wednesday)

p5b    Dateline Brisbane, Mar. 25.        The Queensland section of the new Australian contingent sailed to-day for South Africa . (No ship mentioned)

 

p11b    The Victorian left for England , Mar. 21 with the following:

    For St. Helena:

    I.Y.  – Capt. L.F. Devenish-Meares

    1/Border Regt.  – Lt. C.G.W. Andrews

    For England:

    6/Middlesex  – Capt. C.B. Oldfield

    2/ L.N. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. R.E. Crane

    Sligo Mil. Arty.  – Capt. G.A. Heather

    Late I.Y.  – Lt. A.A. White

    Civil Surgs. J.A. Balck, R.H. Oliver

    Will call: St. Lucia, St. Helena, Gibralter and Southampton .

 

    The Lake Erie left Queenstown yesterday for South Africa with 46 officers, 589 men and 317 remounts.

 

p12c Note Here: Capt. H.de C. Eastwood  mentioned. LG, Memoranda.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    26/03/02

p10    The Kinfauns Castle arrived here Monday morning from Natal with the following named military passengers: Gen. Campbell and his ADC, Hon. E. Gordon Lennox.

 

p22    The Kinfauns Castle sails for Southampton this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Ge. Campbell, Col. and Mrs. Wyndham, Surgeon-General and Mrs. Wiles, Capt. & Mrs. Campbell.

    The Kinfauns Castle arrived here Monday morning from Natal with the following named military passengers: For Cape Town : Lt. Davies & servant, Lt. P. Smith, Capt. W. Vlok, Capt. J.M. Burns, Maj. Church, Capt. Digan, Capt. Long, Lt.-Col. Martindale-Vale, Lt. E. Arkwright & servant.

    The Goorkha arrived from Southampton Monday with the following named military passengers: Capts. C.S. Lakeman, R.H. Steward, Smythe, Lts. A.C. Bealey, W. Wike, R.W. Ironside, A.E. Blackwall, Upscher, H.V. Kershaw, Ralph, Tollmache, Roberts, Griffiths, Wild, E. St. G. Stockwell, Civil Surgeon Wicks, Colour-Sgt. Speakman and 248 soldiers.

 

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 19.    The Sicilian has embarked a heavy draft of ASC for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Mar 21.     1,150 troops of the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Militia embarked today for South Africa . No ship mentioned.

    Dateline London, Mar. 19.    A Contingent from New Zealand has left Auckland for South Africa .

 

London Times 27/03/02 (Thursday)

p10b & c     The Raglan Castle left Southampton yesterday with the following:

    Gordon High.  – 1 officer and 22 men

    KRR  – 2 officers and 17 men

    R. Irish  – 2 officers and 35 men

    Details

 

    The Britannic left Southampton yesterday with 63 officers and 864 men. Listed were:

    3/Leicestershire  – Col. Lord Braye and 575 men

    2/DG  – 87 men

    7th & 18th  Hussars  – 115 men

    RE  – 40 men

 

    Lloyd’s Agent at New Orleans reports the Monarch with mules for South Africa is aground at Head of Passes.

 

London Times 28/03/02 (Friday)

p3e    Dateline Melbourne, Mar. 27.    The Templemore will sail this morning with the Victorian section of the second Commonwealth contingent for South Africa .

 

p8a    The City of Vienna left for England Mar. 24 with the following invalids:

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. C. Rawnsley

    3/DG  – Lt. R.S. Pearson

    14/Hussars  – Lt. J. Harvey

    Dublin City Arty.  – Capt. Hamlyn Nott

    2/Derby  – Capt. F.H. Weldon

    6/Middlesex  – Capt. W.A. Gillam

    4/RB  – Capt. L.H. Thornton

    ASC  – Capt. H.C. Wilder, Lt. H.W. Peebles

    I.Y.  – Lt. H. Lewarne

    Nursing Sister F.C.A. Holcroft

    Sick laying down , 27; sick convalescent, 463

    Wounded laying down, 3; wounded convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen. H.C.O. Plumer

    1/Norfolk  – Lt. L.N. Jones Bateman

    4/Liverpool  – Capt. J.W. Allen

    4/W. Yorks.  – Lt. W.E. Frankish

    5/A & S High.  – Capt. J. Pender

    1/Middlesex  – Lt. D.C. Percy Smith

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. R. Jennings, Maj. C.G. Woods, Lt. J.F. Whelan

    Late I.Y.  – Lt. W.H. Willis

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt. J.B. Ellard

    Revs. E. Jones, M.P. Dahille

    Civil Surgs. J.W. Summerhayes, C. Cavanagh, J. Hogg

    Civil Vet. Surg. H.J. O’Neill

    Nursing Sisters M. Dowker, E. Johnson, A. Jones, F.E. Thomas

 

    The Manila arrived at Southampton yesterday with 100 invalids for Netley, 120 convalescents, 228 for discharge and a few details.

 

    The Orotava sailed from Southampton yesterday at 3 30 p.m. with the following:

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. Weston and 100 men

    4/R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt.-Col. Pearse and 550 men

    1/R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. & Qm. Ward

    3/Essex  – 25 officers and 556 men

    2/ Seaforth High.  – 50 men

    RE  – A strong draft

    Total on board  – 59 officers and 1,329 men

London Times 29/03/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/03/02 (Monday)

p4c    The Canada arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning with 69 officers and 1,671 men of the 6/Middlesex, 3/R. Munster Fus., 3/R. W. Surrey, RHA, RFA, and details. Named were: Lt.-Gen. Sir Charles Tucker, and Brig.-Gen. Cunningham. The Canada embarked the R. W. Surrey at Port Nolloth. The Canada will continue on to Southampton to-day.

 

London Times 01/04/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 02/04/02 (Wednesday)

p3a    Dateline Sydney, April 1.    "The third battalion of the Commonwealth contingents embarked to-day with Carrington’s Bushmen on board the transport Manhattan. She will sail to-morrow after the men have been inspected by General Hutton.”

 

p4c    The Assaye arrived at Table Bay yesterday morning

   

    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday morning and landed the remainder of the troops. Listed were:

    3/W. Surrey  – 9 officers and 254 men

    6/Middlesex  – 9 officers and 307 men

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   02/04/02

p24    Dateline London, Mar. 26.    The Queensland section of the Australian Commonwealth Contingent sailed yesterday for South Africa .

    Dateline London, Mar. 26.    The Lake Erie has sailed from Queenstown for South Africa with 46 officers and 589 men. The ships Britannic, Raglan Castle and Oratava have sailed for South Africa with cavalry drafts, Leicestershire Regt., Medical Staff and Telegraphists totaling 1,206 men .

    Dateline London, April 1.    The Yeddo left New Orleans today with 1,000 mules for South Africa .

 

p30    New ship, Walmer Castle, length o/a 575 ft., 64.4 ft. beam, 42.5 ft depth, 12,546 gross tonnage. 348 first class, 190 second class and a large number in third., She arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Col. W. Engledue, Capt. Mitchell, Col. F. Rhodes, Capt. reed, Capt. & Mrs, Smart & child, Col. Thorneycroft, Viscount Field-Marshall Wolseley.

    The Norman sails today for England with the following named military passengers: Lord Wolseley, Capt. Pomeroy

 

London Times 03/04/02 (Thursday)

p3a & b    Dateline Adelaide, April 2.        The 2/South Australian contingent embarked to-day in the Templemore.

 

    Note here: Morant, Hancock  incident mentioned here.

London Times 04/04/02 (Friday)

p3a & b    Note Here: More on Morant, Hancock incident.

 

    Dateline Bombay, April 3.    The Aurania arrived here from Durban with 803 Boer prisoners, 5 British officers and 599 men. 4 cases of measles.

 

p7b & c    Editorial page. More here on Morant, Hancock

 

p8a, b & c    The Orcana left for England from Durban, Mar. 23, with invalids. The following were listed: 

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt. H.J. Coddington

    2/D.o C.. L.I.  – Lt. W.E.J. Butler-Bowden

    2/W. Yorks.  – Lt. W.A. Woodside

    RAMC  – Lt. A.O.B. Wroughton

    3/R. Sussex  – Maj. C.B. Godman

    FA  – 2/Lt. W.A. Clayton

    1/S. Staffs.  – Lt. A.H.C. James

    2/SG  – 2/Lt. R. Fitzroy

    5/Manchester  – Capt. F.G. Jackson

    1/Welsh  – Lt. F.E. Packe

    1/N. Lancs.  – Maj. G.W. Dowell

    3/R.W. Surrey  – Capt. H.F. Wilkinson

    1/KOSB  – Lt.-Col. G.N. Mayne

    I.Y.  – Maj. H. Magniac, Capt. J.J. Griffiths, Lt. C.E. Wilson

    1/R. Scots Fus.  – (Indulgence) Lt. J.A.G. Elliot

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. A.M. Leake

    Staff, RAMC  – Maj. N.C. Ferguson

    Civil Surgs. H.A.S. Roberts, E. Wethered, D. Kernohan, W.H. Cornwall

    Nursing Sisters E.M. Hayden, K.H. Grovenor, F.H. Barry, E. Johnson, F.W. Carver

 

    The Kinfauns Castle left for England Mar. 26, with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. B.B.D. Campbell

    SG  – Lt. Hon. E.C. Gordon-Lennox

    9/Lancers  – Capt. D.G.M. Campbell

    ASC  – Capt. R.G.J.J. Berry

    Civil Surg. W.D. Dyer

 

    The transport Aurania arrived at Bombay yesterday from Natal.

 

    The transport Hyanthes has arrived at St. Vincent, from Natal.

 

London Times 05/04/02 (Saturday)

p7a & b    Note Here: More on Morant, Hancock

 

p13a & b    The Custodian left Point Natal (?) for Albany(?) on Apr. 3, (not sure of relevancy of this??) with the following:

    5/Victorian M.I.  – Maj. C. Hutton, Capts. G.G.F. Chomley, F.W. Moseley, Lts. G.H. Clements, H. Henwood, S.A. Rovertson, N.Smith, H.C. Grover, S. Gubbins, V.J.P. Hennessy, P.J. Dallimore, J.F. Stebbins, P. Rowan, R.M. Burnie, J.H. Brabazon, H. Kessell, T.A. Umphelby, H.O. Appleby, B. Watts, W.J. Cochraine, G.J. Bell, 2 warrant officers, and 460 men.

    5/Queensland Permanent Staff  – Maj. Carroll

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. Tait

    Civil Surg. B.S. Maunsell

 

    The Royston Grange, from London and Southampton, with 291 remounts, arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning and embarked 100 more horses, then sailed for South Africa .

 

    The Dunera arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 18 officers and 284 men. 10 officers and 90 men disembarked here and remainder to sail for Southampton .

 

London Times 07/04/02 (Monday)

p3b & c    Note Here: More Morant & Handcock

 

p8b & d    The Dunera arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with 11 invalids and 184 convalescents.   

 

    The Mohawk has arrived at Bombay with the 5/DG & 9/Lancers from South Africa .

 

London Times 08/04/02 (Tuesday)

p4 b   & c    Note Here: Table of casualties for month of March, 1902 .

 

London Times 09/04/02 (Wednesday)

p5a    Dateline Hobart, April 8.    The Englishman sailed to-day for South Africa  with the Tasmanian and Queensland sections of the Commonwealth contingent.

 

p6b    The Harlech Castle left Royal Albert Docks for South Africa with 22 officers and 600 men of the 3/Northamptonshire Regt., Lt.-Col. J. Hill, in charge. Also aboard was Maj. the Earl of Westmorland and a few details from RAMC

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   09/04/02

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 2.    The Manhattan sailed from Sydney today for South Africa with the 3/Commonwealth Bn. including Carrington’s Bushmen.

    Dateline Durban, Apr. 1.    The Tagus has arrived here with 1,284 officers and men.

    The Aurania has arrived at Bombay with Boer POW. Four cases of measles on board.

 

p25    Here mentioned Maj. F.S. Maude, Military Secretary to the Governor-General of Canada.

 

London Times 10/04/02 (Thursday)   

p5b    Dateline Hobart, April 9.    The Englishman left here yesterday with the Tasmanian detachment of the 2nd Commonwealth contingent, Capt. Morrisby, in command.

p7b    The Lismore Castle left for England April 3, with the following on passage home:

    Vol. Co. R. Scots  – Lt. A.G. Ireland and 94 men

    Vol. Co. A & S High.  – Lt. C.W.L. Ross and 100 men

    Vol. Co. Bedford  – Lts. C.P.N. Raikes, H. Collet and 61 men

    Civil Surg. M. Bernstein

    Due Southampton Apr. 25.

 

    The Manchester Merchant left Point Natal for Albany (? same as Custodian, previous ?) on April 5 , with the following:

    S. Australian Imp. Bushmen Corps  – Capts. J.A. Watt, J.R.B. O’Sullivan, G.J.R. Walter, Lts. A. Miell, C.C. Ferguson, R. Cudmore, E.J.F. Langley, W.H. Edmonds, C.G.S. Bagot, S. Blue, R.S. Fotheringham, and 233 men

    5/Queensland Imp. Bush.  – Lt. G.R. Ogg and 5 men

    Civ. Vet.  Martin

    RAMC  – Capt. J.F.M. Kelly and 5 men

    Due Albany Apr. 22.

 

    The Manila left Royal Albert Docks yesterday afternoon with 17 officers and 800 men of various Regts. and details. Will call at St. Vincent.

 

London Times 11/04/02 (Friday) 

p4b & c    The Roslin Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

    1/Dragoons  – Lt. the Hon. W.C.W. Egerton

    RE  – 2/Lt. H.E. Day

    2/R. Fus.  – Lt. Sir F.E. Waller

    2/Worcester  – Capt. G.C. Lambton

    3/SR  – Capt. E.L.L. James

    2/W. Kent  – 2/Lt. G.S.T. Fenning

    1/Gordon High.  – Lt. A.L. Davies

    4/Durham L.I.  – Lt. W.W. Apperley

    RFA  – Capt. E.F. Talbot Ponsonby

    RAMC  – Lt. G.G. Delap

    With the following on passage home:

    3/Norfolk  – Maj. H.Y. Beale, Capts. S.L. Barrett, P.L. Bagge, Lts. C.M. Jickling, P.H. Kemp, A.A. Steward, T.H.F. Barclay, F.J. Cresswell, 2/Lts. A.R. Fellowes, J.D. North, Lt. & Qm. W. Vince and 358 men

    4/Essex (Attached to 3/Norfolk)  – Capt. E.L. Calverley

    9/Lancers  – Lt. the Earl of Leitrim

    I.Y.  – Capt. E.S. Pountney, Lt. E.W. Kirkby

    SG  – Col. W.P. Pulteney, Lt. J.H. Cuthbert

    3/R. Sussex  – Lt. R.E. Henderson

    Somerset L.I.  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Gallwey

    R. Irish Fus.  – Maj. T.G. Barclay

    RAMC  – Lt. H. Ensor

    BSAP  – Lt. F.E. Eastwood

    South African Constabulary  – Lt.-Col. A.H.M. Edwards

    Civil Surgs. T. Adam, E.A.B. Wood

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Breen, M. Fawcett

   

    The Wakool arrived in Southampton Water last night and will land troops this morning. The following were listed: 

    Sick laying down ,2 ; sick convalescent, 465

    Wounded laying down, 1 ; wounded convalescent, 9

    With the following on passage home:

    Seaforth High.  – Lt.-Col. S.C.H. Monro

    5/R. Irish Fue.  – Lt. W.R. Warren

    4/Worcester  – Capt. B.E. Vaughan

    4/Border  – Capt. T.R. Morse

    2/Dorset  – Lt. F.S. Bowring

    RAMC  – Maj. S.E. Duncan

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj. s. Guese

    R. Marine Arty.  – Capt. G.E. Barnes

    Kitchener’s F.S.  – Lt. E.G. Lake

    Late Rimington’s Guides  – Lt. H.G. Supple

    Civil Surgs. F. Benickwell, F.E. Ross, H.J. Pickering

    Civil Vet. Surgs. W.T. Oliver, R.W. Boyce

    Nursing Sisters E.R. Warren, S.A. Boneham, H. Anderson, L.H. O’Ryan

   

 

London Times 12/04/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 14/04/02 (Monday)

p10a & b    The Canada left Southampton Saturday afternoon for South Africa . The following were listed:

    GG  – Maj. G.E. Pereira, D.S.O., Capt. G.F. Trotter, D.S.O., Lt. G. D. Jeffreys, 2/Lts. J.F. Hubbard, C.T.F. Clayton, A.L.M. Napier, M.E. Makgill-Crichton-Maitland and 500 men.

    1/Yorkshire  – 132 men

    Will call at Queenstown for an additional 16 officers and 1,065 men and drafts.

 

    The Ulstermore left Woolwich Saturday with 471 officers and  men. She called at Southampton yesterday and embarked 100 horses, then sailed for South Africa .

 

London Times 15/04/02 (Tuesday)

p5b    Dateline Wellington, N.Z. April 14.    The Drayton Grange sailed to-day for Durban with 500 troops.

 

p11b    A draft of 250 men , 3/CG under Capt. N.R Wilkinson and a draft of nearly 250 men of 3/SG under Capt. W.S. Gosling will embark to-day for South Africa (No ship mentioned).

 

    The Canada left Queenstown yesterday after embarking the following drafts:

    1/Border  – 1 officer and 147 men

    1/Oxfordshire L.I.  – 1 officer and 174 men

    1/York & Lancaster  – 2 officers and 145 men

    1/E. Lancashire  – 2 officers and 115 men

    E. Surrey  – 2 officers and 141 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – 2 officers and 108 men

    RB  – 2 officers and 135 men

    5 officers

    Details

 

London Times 16/04/02 (Wednesday)

p11c & d    The Dunvegan Castle left for England April 19 with the following on passage home:

    2/Dorset  – Maj. H.B. Lynch

    1/Irish Fus.  – Capt. M.J.W. Pike

    E. Kent  – Capt. A.G. Trollope

    16/Lancers  – Lt.-Col. G.P. Wyndham

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. W.C. Anderson

    Civil Vet. Surg. Hennessy

    Due Southampton Apr. 25

 

    The Dilwara left Southampton last night with the following:

    CG  – Capt. N.R. Wilkinson in command, 2/Lts. F.S. Winnington, D.G. Rooke, H.J.H. Pakenham, C.J. Murray, and 255 men. ( Note: Col. Surtees seeing them off)

    SG  – Capt. W.S. Gosling, in command, and 250 officers and men.

    11 Prov. Bn.  – 5 officers and 332 men

    2/Lincolnshire  – 150 men

    2/Devonshire  – 147 men

    A large number of officers and a few details.

 

    The City of Vienna arrived at Southampton yesterday with over 600 officers and men. Col. H.C.O. Plumer left for home at Farnham.

 

    The Orcana arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 17 officers and 181 men invalided home.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    16/04/02   

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 9.    The Manila sailed for South Africa today with 817 troops.

    Dateline London, Apr. 15.    The Drayton Grange has sailed from New Zealand for Durban with 500 troops.

 

p32    The Briton arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Capt. & Mrs. McCrum, Lt.-Col. Wollaston.

 

London Times 17/04/02 (Thursday)

p6a& b    The Assaye left for England April 10 with the following invalids:

    4/Hussars  – Capt. J.E.C. Darley.

    RE  – Lt. R.E.M. Russell

    1/CG  – Lt.-Col. J.T. Sterling

    1/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. E.A. Maude

    2/Lincoln  – Lt.-Col. H.J. Archdale

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. W.E. Long

    2/Bedford  – Lt. & Qm. C. Fox

    5/Lancs. Fus.  – Maj. D.F.D. Maclean

    6/Worcester  – Lt.-Col. O.S. Martindale-Vale

    3/W. Riding  – 2/Lt. C.R.L. Fitzgerald

    2/W. Riding  – Capt. J.A.C. Gibbs

    1/Sussex  – Maj. C.T.W. Church

    1/N. Lancs.  – Lt. E.R. Fitzpatrick

    2/Wilts  – Lt.-Col. A.V. Payne

    3/Highland L.I.  – Capt. J.D. Outram

    2/Seaforth High.  – Capt. C.F. Waterhouse

    2/Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt. H.R. Goodman

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capt. G.C. Digan

    ASC  – Lt. K.D. Mackenzie

    RAMC  – Col. A.P. O’Connor, Maj. L.R. Colledge

    I.Y.  – Lt. & Riding Master J.H. Kemple, Lt. P.B. Deas

    Sick laying down , 49; sick convalescent, 495

    Wounded laying down, 16; wounded convalescent, 43

    With the following on passage home:

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.R. McCullagh, Lts. A.H. James, F.R. Prime, F.C. Hood, A.C. Eyton, R.P. Whittaker

    Edinburgh Mil. Arty.  – Capt. R.A. Christison

    Lancs. Mil. Arty.  – Maj. A.J. Budd

    Remount Dept.  – Lt.-Col. W.A. Bentley

    2/Warwick  – Lt. S.M.H. Bailie

    2/ Irish  – Maj. H.J. Downing

    W. Kent  – Lt. T.H.C. Nunn

    7/R. Fus.  – Capt. the Hon. A.S. FitzGerald, Lt. H.G. Grist

    R. Fus.  – Capt. L.F. Ashburner

    1/Irish  – Lt. H.T.A.S. Boyse

    1/Lancs.  – Capt. T.D. Jackson

    3/S.Wales Borderers  – Capt. J.M. Gibson-Watt

    3/Devon  – Lt. R.J. Scarborough

    4/Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt. T.O.C. Downes

    RE  – Lt. L.C.A. De B. Doucet

    RAMC  – Maj. F.S. Houston

    Army Vet. Dept.  – Capt. E.J. Lawson

    ASC  – Col. F.W. Landon, 2/Lt. J. de Fitz E. Coke

    South Africa n L.H.  – Lt. C. Green

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Vol. Rifles  – Lt. H.M. Piers

    Border Scouts  – Lt. W.A. Hill

    Civil Vet. Surg. R.H. McMullen

    Civil Surgs. A.R. Davidson, W.E. Smith, G.W. Murphy, C.E. Thwaites

    Revs. Rawlinson, J.H. Baynham

    Nursing Sisters C.M. Welsh, E.G. Eastmead, R. Moody, E.A. Snape

    Due Southampton April 29.

 

p6b-e        Note here: long article by Reuter’s reporter concerning Morant & Handcock

 

p6e    The Nubia will embark to-day, at Royal Albert Docks 14 officers, 1 warrant officer and 254 men for South Africa .

   

    The Orcana arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    76 time expired troops

    5 invalids

    64 convalescents

    1/KOSB  – Lt. Col. Mayne

    I.Y.  – Maj. Magniac

    RAMC  – Maj.Ferguson

    3/R. Sussex  – Maj. Godman

    1/N. Lancashire  – Maj. Dowell

 

London Times 18/04/02 (Friday)

p9a & b    The Nubia embarks drafts from 2/Gloucestershire, 2/E. Surrey, 1/R. Sussex and 24/Middlesex Rifles at Royal Albert Docks

 

    A draft of 50 asc clerks will embark in the Dunera at Southampton .

 

    The Galatea will sail to-morrow from Southampton with the 31/I.Y. (Fincastle’s Horse) numbering 32 officers and 650 men. The following were listed: 

    16/Lancers  – Lord Fincastle, V.C., commanding

    1/Life Guards  – Maj. H.M. Walker

    RA  – Maj. Maxwell, Capt. Mackenzie

    3/Durham L.I.  – Capt. Briggs

    R. Horse Guards  – Capt. A. Rose

    Lothians & Berwick Yeo.  – Capt. W.N. Stewart

    KOSB  – Capt. S. Campbell Johnston

 

London Times 19/04/02 (Saturday)   

p12b    The Montrose left Port Natal for England April 14 with the following invalids:

    RA  – Maj. C.J.U. Morris, Lts. M.H. Mahon, C.E.G. Schrottky

    2/Derby  – Capt. F. Caswell

    3/DG  – Lt. & Qm. C.H. Thorne

    1/W. Riding  – Lt. A.S. Carlyton

    6/DG  – Lt. & Qm. L.J. Wheeler

    Canadian M.I.  – Capt. A. H. King

    RAMC  – Lt. G. Pinches

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – Lt. J.E.S. Trelaway

    3/Sussex  – Capt. C.H. von Roemir, 2/Lt. A.M. McKee

    2/SR  – 2/Lt. F.T. Wogan

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. E.D. Browne

    1/Essex  – Lt. A.H.P. Rose

    Nursing Sisters M. Wilson, M. Monk

    The following were listed as duty:

    5/Manchester  – Lt. D.M.S.R. Watters

    2/Manchester  – Capt. W.H. Williamson

    I.Y.  – Lt. H.W. Booker

    5/R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. H.G. Woolf

    RAMC  – Capt. G.J.A. Ormsby

    Civil Surgs. J.M. Caw, J.C. Furness, F.S. Ellis, T. Petty

    Nursing Sisters C.L. Collins, H.O. Luckie, F. Baker, V.W. Chowner

    Due Southampton May 12

 

    The Walmer Castle left for England Apr. 16 with the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Col. E. Townsend

    I.Y.  – Lt. L. Brandon

    6/DG  – Lt.-Col. A. Sprot

    RA  – Capt. C.D.R. Watts

    Due Southampton May 2

 

    The Galeka left Southampton yesterday with the 31st I.Y. numbering 32 officers and 603 men

 

    The Dunera left for South Africa yesterday with 16 RE. for surveying and map making. Also on board were 97 officers and men of the 2/Northampton Regt. and 150 Army service clerks.

 

    The Doune Castle left for South Africa yesterday with 2 officers and 125 men of the South African Constabulary .

 

p14d    Note Here: LG, Memoranda, Capt. H.W. Rattigan, KOSB, to local rank of Major.

 

London Times 21/04/02 (Monday)

p5a    Dateline Wellington, N.Z., Apr. 20.        "Five hundred troops for South Africa sailed to-day on board the steamship Norfolk.”

 

p6c    The Lake Erie arrived at Table Bay Apr. 18

   

    The European left Table Bay for Natal Apr. 18.

 

    The Drayton Grange, Wellington for Natal, arrived at Sydney on Saturday

 

    The Syria left Bombay for Natal Apr. 18

 

    The Manila, for Table Bay, arrived at St. Vincent, Saturday

 

p10a    The Galeka left Southampton Saturday afternoon with 30 officers and 604 men of the 31/I.Y.

 

    The Melville sailed from Royal Albert Docks yesterday for South Africa with a few details and 280 remounts. Will call at Southampton and Queenstown for additional horses.

 

London Times 22/04/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 23/04/02 (Wednesday)

p5a    Dateline Colombo, April 22.        The Syria, from Bombay, left here this afternoon for Durban, having embarked the 2nd Ceylon contingent for South Africa , numbering 100 men. Capt. Stewart in command.

 

p10b    The Melville arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning from Southampton . Bad weather lost 5 horses. Embarked 107 remounts for a total of 552. Anchored to wait out storm.

 

p10f    The Syria, from Bombay, arrived at Colombo on Mondayevening and left yesterday afternoon for Durban.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   23/04/02

p1    Dateline Durban, April 15.    The Simla arrived here from Delagoa Bay with 264 invalids in transit for England. The Avoca has arrived from England with 202 details.

 

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 16.    The Dilwara has sailed for the Cape with 1,112 troops on board, about half being from the Guards Brigade.  The Ulstermore has also sailed for South Africa with 457 troops.

    Dateline London, Apr. 20. The Norfolk left Wellington yesterday for South Africa with 500 New Zealand troops.

    Dateline London, Apr. 22.    The 2nd Ceylon contingent sailed from Colombo for South Africa today. Ship not named.

 

p25    The Dunottar Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers:  Capt. H.D. Hare,.

    The Scot sails this afternoon for Southampton with the following named military passengers: Gen. Mussenden, Col. Colville, Col. Engledne, Capt. Tomgood, Capt. & Mrs. Bayly, Lt. A.K. Vivian, Lt. Jameson, Maj. Wynne,

 

London Times 24/04/02 (Thursday)

p5a    Dateline durban, April 23.    The Templemore has arrived here from Adelaide with 438 officers and men of the 2nd South Australian Contingent.

 

London Times 25/04/02 (Friday)

p8b & c    The Britannic left for England April 21 with the following on passage home:

    4/Cheshire  – Col. C.H. Beck, C.B., Maj. W. Woodward, Capts. J.T. Hartford, H.S. Marshall, F.W. Von Herbert, M.P. Rathbone, F.C. Turner, L.H.T. Friederichs, A.B. Stone, T

Lts. G.J. Oakey, D’A. R. Baker, F.W. Woolnough, M.T. Cramer-Roberts, Capt. & Qm. A. Gregory and 420 men.

    4/Shropshire L.I.  – (Att. 4/Cheshire) – Lt. F.H. Hemingway

    3/W. Surrey  – Maj. F.G. Parsons, D.S.O., Capt. H.S. Walker, 2/Lts. N.C. Vicary, B.H.F. Fleming and 123 men.

    3/W. Riding  – Majs. F.A. Hayden, D.S.O.,Maj. H.J. Johnston, Capts. H.M. Digby, H.H. Wayman, G.E. Moke-Norrie, D.M. Jenkins, Lts. A.C. Adams, J.H.L. Thompson, A.L. Dibb, Lt. & Qm. C. Hyde, and 269 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt. C.H. Whittingham

    3/Warwick  – Lt. F.A. McDermott

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. R.I. Rawson

    2/Gloucester  – Capt. R.P. Jordan

    KOSB  – Capt. T.G. Maclaren

    2/Wilts.  – Lt.-Col. H.M. Carter, C.B.

    1/Irish  – Capt. A.W. Brush

    RB  – 2/Lt. A.H. Vivian

    I.Y.  – Capt. C.R. Harbord, Lts. A.E. Churcher, P.L. Loraine

    Harwich Mil. Submarine Miners  – Maj. F.W. Panzera

    Cape Police  – Lt. E.M. Fisher

    Cape M.R.  – Lt. W.J. Hunt-Grubbe

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt. P.S. Molyneux

    Revs. Hurst-Jones, J. Marin

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  J.R. Grime, J.D. Reynierson

    Civil Surgs. H. Gould, G.T. Willan

    Nursing Sisters D. Pryde, E.P. Gibb

    Due Southampton May 9.

 

    The Roslin Castle embarks today (? Southampton ?) the 2nd and 3rd Privisional Bns. for sa. Totals of 12 officers and 870 men.

 

    The Wakool will embark to-day at Royal Albert Docks various details for South Africa and Gibralter totaling 14 officers and 483 men.

 

    The 2nd Celon Vol. contingent sailed April 23 for South Africa , 103 strong.

 

London Times 26/04/02 (Saturday)

p10a & b    The Scot left for England April 23 with the following on passage home:

    1/RB  – Col. A.E.W. Colville

    4/Manchester  – Capt. C. Toogood

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. G.R.C.A. Jamieson

    Rand Rifles  – Lt. A. Symons

    Due Southampton May 9.

 

    The Roslin Castle left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa with 16 officers and 1,019 men consisting of:

    1/L. N. Lancashire  – 86 men

    R. W. Kent  – 96 men

    R. Irish  – 57 men

    Cheshire  – 82 men

    S. Wales Borderers  – 95 men

    Hampshire  – 185 men

    Derbyshire  – 56 men

    Queen’s R. W. Surrey  – 130 men

    S. Lancashire  – 124 men

    Durham L.I.  – 135 men

 

    The Lismore Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    Vol. Co. R. Scots  – Lt. A.G. Ireland and 94 men

    Vol. Co. A & S High.  – Lt. C.W.L. Ross and 100 men

    Vol. Co. Bedford  – Lts. C.P.N. Raikes, H. Collet and 61 men

    Civil Surg. M. Bernstein

 

p11d    Note Here: Lt.-Col. H.C. Surtees, D.S.O., CG, mentioned here - F.O. in Brigade Waiting

 

p15a-c        Kitchener’s Monthly Report, L.G., M.I.D’s.

 

London Times 28/04/02 (Monday)

p8b    The Sicilia left for England April 22 with the following on passage home:

    3/Yorks.  – Lt.-Col. J.W. Lodge, Capts. C.A.C. King, A. Carstairs, M.E. Clark, N. Monckton, Lts. M. Sykes, W.M. Saurin, E.W. Leather, W.T. White, 2/Lt. W.H. de W. Unett, Lt. & Qm. A.J. Hughes, and 424 men

    4/Yorks.  – (Att. 3/Yorks.)  – Capts. R.J.T. Bindley, G.P. Stevens

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Col. W. Long, C.M.G., Maj. S. H. Woodhouse, Capts. M.A. Foster, D.S.O., H.N.G. Hinde, R.H. Manley, F.W. Tennant, E.A.B. Warry, Lts. G.W. Thompson, H.B. Popham, T.C. Spring, J.F.C. Mordaunt, P.C. Esdaile, C.B. Bonnyman, 2/Lt. W.I. Hornby, Lt. & Qm. H. Powis and 224 men

    3/Somerset L.I.  – (Att. 4 S.L.I.) – Maj. E.R.J. Talbot

    4/W. Yorks.  – Capts. G.S. Constable, J.L. Ellis, and 27 men

    Vol. Co. Hants.  – Capt. R.P. Grant, Lts. W.R. Thomson, A.E. Holbrook and 64 men

    Vol. Co. Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. H.S. Hardy, Lts. W. Webb, E.F. Wrigley, and 94 men

    Vol. Co. Gloucester  – Lt. E.F.B. Witts and 53 men

    1/KRRC  – Lt. R.G. Stirling

    4/Suffolk  – Maj. Sir R.C.P. Gethin, Capt. F.G. Bagnell

    3/York. & Lancs.  – Lt. C.de G. Murray

    2/Munster Fus.  – Capt. R.C. Boyle

    18/Hussars  – Lt. H.W. Malet

    1/N. Staffs.  – Lt. W. St. C.H. Mackinnon

    4/Lancaster  – Capt. J. Ruttledge

    W. Australian M.I.  – Capt. J.J. Flynn, Lt. H.B. McCormick

    RAMC  – Lt. J.H.R. Winder

    Rev. P.C. Thomas

    C. Pioneer Rly. – Capt. R.F.J. Weeks

    Civil Surgs. D.M. French, A.B. Liptrot, H.B. Goulding

    Nursing Sisters A.N. Martin, F.S.S. Stonham

    Due Southampton May 13.

 

    The Braemar Castle from London, called at Southampton Saturday and embarked Lt. Lambert and 153 ASC clerks for South Africa .

 

    The Waimate left Royal Albert Docks Saturday with a few details and 250 remounts. Will call at Southampton and Queenstown for an additional 250 horses.

 

    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday with the following on passage home:

    2/Dorset  – Maj. H.B. Lynch

    1/Irish Fus.  – Capt. M.J.W. Pike

    E. Kent  – Capt. A.G. Trollope

    16/Lancers  – Lt.-Col. G.P. Wyndham

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. W.C. Anderson

    Civil Vet. Surg. Hennessy

 

London Times 29/04/02 (Tuesday)

p5a     Dateline Durban, April 28.    The Devon has arrived from Sydney with 544 officers and men of the 4th Australian Contingent.

 

London Times 30/04/02 (Wednesday)

p10b    The Oratava left for England April 25 with the following invalids:

    6/Dragoons  – Lt. S.C. Bull.

    3/GG  – Capt. F.E.G. Ponsonby

    1/North. Fus.  – Lt. D.B.O.F. Mitford

    2/R. Fus.  – Capt. V. Henry

    2/Worcs.  – 2/Lts. J.P.L. Stoney, R.B. Woosman

    1/Border  – Lt. G.C.D. Spedding

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Maj. R.W. Porter, D.S.O. 

    3/L.N. Lancs.  – Capt. C.E. Earle

    2/W. Kent  – Lt. R.M.G. Tullock

    ASC  – Maj. L.S. Roberts, Lt. W.O. Marks

    APD  – Lt.-Col. J. Pearson

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.D.D. Shute

    I.Y.  – Capt. R. Woodhouse, Lts. E.A. Paley, W.H.C. Chambre

    Civil Surgs. L. Pern, G.W. Downing

    Sick laying down , 69; sick convalescent, 597

    Wounded laying down, 14;  wounded convalescent, 27

    With the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Col. T.E. Verner, C.B.

    3/E. Surrey  – Col. Sir G.D. Clerk

    Liverpool (Late)  – Col. S.H. Harrison

    2/Essex  – Lt.-Col. T. Stock

    1/Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. G.S. Adams

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. E.O. Ward

    4/SR  – Lt. W.M. Russell

    5/Irish  – Lt. J.Y. Hope-Johnstone

    3/Yorks  – Lt. C.R. White

    I.Y.  – Lts. G.F.D. MacConkey, R. Grey

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt. M.C. Dunn

    W. Aust. M.I.  – Lt. F.J. Williams

    5/Vict. M.I.  – Capt. C.S. Collman

    Kitchener’s F.S.  – Lt. J.H. Robertson

    5/RB  – Lt. G.P. Austin

    RAMC  – Maj. C.W. Johnston

    South African Constabulary   – Lt-Col.  H. Greener

    South African L.H.  – Lt. C. Kay

    Revs. V.J.H. Hecht, J. Eddes

    Civil Surgs. C.V. White, T. Gray, W.A. Marris, J.M. Coates, R. Williams, R. More Maddon

    Nursing Sisters E.M.B. Smith, J.E.S. Smith, B.M. Cornell, G. Westbrook

    Due Southampton May 13.

 

    The Assaye arrived at Southampton yesterday with over 600 men and the following officers:

    4/Hussars  – Capt. J.E.C. Darley.

    RE  – Lts. R.E.M. Russell, L.C.A. de B. Doucet

    1/CG  – Lt.-Col. J.T. Sterling

    1/R. Lancaster  – 2/Lt. E.A. Maude

    2/Lincoln  – Lt.-Col. H.J. Archdale

    4/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. W.E. Long

    2/Bedford  – Lt. & Qm. C. Fox

    5/Lancs. Fus.  – Maj. D.F.D. Maclean

    6/Worcester  – Lt.-Col. O.S. Martindale-Vale

    3/W. Riding  – 2/Lt. C.R.L. Fitzgerald

    2/W. Riding  – Capt. J.A.C. Gibbs

    1/Sussex  – Maj. C.T.W. Church

    1/N. Lancs.  – Lt. E.R. Fitzpatrick

    2/Wilts  – Lt.-Col. A.V. Payne

    3/Highland L.I.  – Capt. J.D. Outram

    2/Seaforth High.  – Capt. C.F. Waterhouse

    2/Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt. H.R. Goodman

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capt. G.C. Digan

    RAMC  – Col. A.P. O’Connor, Majs. L.R. Colledge. F.S. Houston

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.R. McCullagh, Lts. A.H. James, F.R. Prime, F.C. Hood, A.C. Eyton, R.P. Whittaker, J.H. Kemple, Lt. P.B. Deas

    Edinburgh Mil. Arty.  – Capt. R.A. Christison

    Lancs. Mil. Arty.  – Maj. A.J. Budd

    Remount Dept.  – Lt.-Col. W.A. Bentley

    2/Warwick  – Lt. S.M.H. Bailie

    2/ Irish  – Maj. H.J. Downing

    W. Kent  – Lt. T.H.C. Nunn

    7/R. Fus.  – Capt. the Hon. A.S. FitzGerald, Lt. H.G. Grist

    R. Fus.  – Capt. L.F. Ashburner

    1/Irish  – Lt. H.T.A.S. Boyse

    1/Lancs.  – Capt. T.D. Jackson

    3/S.Wales Borderers  – Capt. J.M. Gibson-Watt

    3/Devon  – Lt. R.J. Scarborough

    4/Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt. T.O.C. Downes

    Army Vet. Dept.  – Capt. E.J. Lawson

    RE  – Lt. L.C.A. De B. Doucet

    RAMC  – Maj. F.S. Houston

    ASC  – Col. F.W. Landon, Lt. K.D. Mackenzie, 2/Lt. J. de Fitz E. Coke ,

    South Africa n L.H.  – Lt. C. Green

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Vol. Rifles  – Lt. H.M. Piers

    Border Scouts  – Lt. W.A. Hill

    Civil Vet. Surg. R.H. McMullen

    Civil Surgs. A.R. Davidson, W.E. Smith, G.W. Murphy, C.E. Thwaites

    Revs. Rawlinson, J.H. Baynham

    Nursing Sisters C.M. Welsh, E.G. Eastmead, R. Moody, E.A. Snape

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   30/04/02

p22    The Carisbrook Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Maj. Wilson.

 

p24    Dateline London, Apr. 26.    The Roslin Castle sailed with 1,035 troops for South Africa

 

p25    The Briton sails this afternoon for Southampton with the following named military passengers: Col. and Mrs. Harris and family, Col. Hill, Col. Jarvis, Capt. Sutton.

 

London Times 01/05/02 (Thursday)

p6b & c    The Simla left for England Apr. 27, with the following invalids:

    3/DG  – Capt. L. Partridge

    3/Hussars  – Lt. H. Combe

    7/DG  – Lt. W.R.H. Jenkins

    Scots Greys  – Maj. J. Crabbie

    53/RFA  – Lt. P.A. Meldon

    RGA  – Capt. A.W. Disney-Roebuck

    I.Y.  – Capts. E.O. Price, J.C. Ward, Lts. D. Mooney, G.J. Calder, E. Wood

    2/GG  – Lt. S.D. Shafto

    1/R. Scots  – Lt. N.H.S. Fargus, 2/Lt. H.A.S. Stenton

    1.Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. L.W.P. De H. Larpent

    2/Devon  – Lt. H.G. Elliot

    2/Hants.  – Lt. C.N. French

    1/S. Staffs.  – Maj. G.N. Going

    1/S. Lancs.  – Capt. S. Upperton

    1/R. Highlanders  – Maj. W.G. Wolrige-Gordon

    1/V.B. Essex  – Lt. F.P.P. Soper

    2/N. Lancs.  – Lt. H.P. Magill

    2/ R.W. Kent  – 2/Lt. W.B.P. Tugwell

    2/Middlesex   – Lt. J. St. John Socker

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt. W.B. Greenwell

    2/R. Irish R.  – 2/Lt. L.G. de R. Barclay

    2/R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. V.H. Kavanagh

    2/R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. R.E.M. Pakenham

    2/Dublin Fus.  – 2/Lt. O.H.C. Molony

    ASC  – Lt. E.J. McAllister

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm. T.F. Brake

    Civil Surgs. H.T. Newton, T.A. Smythe, J.A. Thos. Woodruff

    Rev. W.D. Dowling

    Nursing Sister A.E. Turner

    X Ray Expert Mr. L. Sells

    Sick laying down , 30; sick convalescent, 502

    Wounded laying down, 6; wounded convalescent, 15

    With the following on passage home:

    3/R. Warwick  – Capt. T.W. Stansfeld

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – Lts. J.W.C. Kirk, R.H. Oliver

    I.Y.  – Lt. A.J. Willcocks

    Rev. F. Hainsworth

    Civil Surgs. J. Moorehead, H. Bishop, H.B. Seddon, A.F. Siacome, J.H. Reford

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Winder, L. Langley Naylor, L.L. Watts, L.L. Smythe, F. Donald, H. Kenealy

    Due Southampton May 23

 

    The Orcana left Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    RAMC  – Maj. O’D. Braddell and 100 men

    2/R. Scots Fus.  – 2/Lt. H. Thompson and 63 men

    A few details.

 

    The Plassy embarkes to-day the 27th and 28th Bn. I.Y.

 

    The Carthage arrived at Gibralter yesterday and transshipped to the Wakool 156 officers and men of the 10/M.I. The Wakool also embarked 100 men of the 1/Berkshire and 100 men of the 2/Cameron Highlanders and sailed for South Africa .

 

    The Royal Mail Steamer Atrato embarked 24 officers and 509 men yesterday for Antigua where they will form a guard for Boer P.O.W.

 

London Times 02/05/02 (Friday)

p9a    "It was announced at the War Office yesterday that arrangements have been made for the embarcation of more than 10,000 officers and men( including Imperial Yeomanry) and 2,000 remount horses, in 14 vessels, between to-day and the end of this month, some of the dates of departure being, however, as yet approximate.”   The following were listed: 

    The Anglo-African from Royal Albert Docks to-day. Will call - Southampton & Queenstown. 500 horses.

    The Gaul from Southampton to-morrow. 151 ASC clerks

    The Bavarian from Southampton May 8, Queenstown May 10, 1,784 troops, including I.Y.

    The Avondale Castle from Southampton May 10. 151 ASC clerks

    The Assaye from Southampton May 10. 1,037 troops including I.Y.

    The Armenian from Southampton May 10. 1,657 troops including more than 1,100 Artillery drafts and 250 men for St. Helena.

    The Winkfield from Royal Albert Docks May 9. Will call Southampton & Queenstown. 500 horses.

    The Victorian from Southampton May 19 and Queenstown May 21. 704 men (cavalry drafts including 130 for 7DG) and 476 horses.

    The Britannic from Southampton May 20. 1,011 men from 2 Yeomanry Bns.

    The Montrose from Southampton May 22 & Queenstown May 24. 1,621 troops including 6 cavalry drafts and 10 line Bn. drafts.

    Sicilia from Southampton May 23. 959 men including 1 Yeo. Bn. and 5 Inf. drafts.

    The Oratava from Southampton May 24. 996 troops from 2 I.Y. Bns.

    The Simla, hospital ship, from Southampton May 27.  276 troops including 2 Inf. drafts and reinforcements for RAMC.

    The Waiwera from Royal Albert Docks May 29, will call at Southampton and Queenstown . 524 horses.

 

    The Plassy left Southampton yesterday afternoon with the following:

    27th I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. T.A. Wight-Boycott, commanding, Maj. FitzJames-Fleming, Capts. J.H. Stewart, Adjutant, J.H. Wright, medical officer, L.F.A. Barlow, H.T. Pomfret, E.M. Grantham, C. Hunt, Lt. & Qm. L.C.H. Muller, Lt. L.M. Verney, Vet. officer, and 480 men.

    28th I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. J.G. Turner, commanding, Maj. W.B. James, Capts. F. Moore, F.F. Rogers, J.C. Williamson, R.C. Smith, P.A. Charrier, Lt. & Qm. G.W.C. Bentley, Lts. T.B. Sherwen, medical officer, F.S. Clay, vet. officer and 480 men.

    Details

    A quantity of ammunition.

 

    The City of Vienna embarked, at Southampton , about 700 officers and men, drafts for various units. Will call at Queenstown for about 400 officers and men of the KRR.

 

London Times 03/05/02 (Saturday)

p14b    The Briton left for England April 30 with the following on passage home:

    5/DG  – Lt. H.E.E. Pankhurst

    RHA  – Lt.-Col. Sir. J. H. Jarvis-White-Jarvis

    5/ R. Irish Rifles  – Maj. W.G. Forde

    Natal Comp. Regt.  – Lt. W.A. Blandford

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. R. McDonald

    1/Vol. Bn. York & Lancaster  – Capt. F. Revell Sutton (For Madeira)

    Due Southampton May 16.

 

London Times 05/05/02 (Monday)

p12a     The City of Vienna arrived at Queenstown on Friday evening. Saturday morning she embarked 3 officers and 381 men of the KRR, 1 RB, and 1 RAMC for a total of 14 officers and 1,070 men. Maj. Garland H.L.I., in command. Sailed Saturday afternoon.

 

    The Gaul from London, called at Southampton Saturday and embarked 150 ASC clerks also mentioned as having on board were a group of Canadian teachers for the concentration camps. She sailed in the afternoon.

 

London Times 06/05/02 (Tuesday)

p5b    Dateline Simla, May 5.    The Templemore will bring 150 more Boer prisoners from Cape Town to India.

 

London Times 07/05/02 (Wednesday)

p11b    The Orient left for England May 3 with the following invalids:

    2/DG  – Lt. H.B.N.S. Burlton

    3/DG  – Lt.-Col. J.H. Aspinwall

    8/Hussars  – Capt. R. Lambert, D.S.O.

    14/Hussars  – Capt. W. Henry

    2/GG  – 2/Lt. the Hon. L.P. Cary

    2/R.W.Surrey  – Capt. H.R. Bottomley

    4/R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. C.P. Holroyd

    1/Worcester  – Capt. R.G.D. Nivison

    1/Welsh  – Lt.-Col. W.C. Giffard, D.S.O.

    2/E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. H.G.H. Grant Smith

    2/Leinster  – 2/Lt. G. Harding

    ASC  – Capt. P.G.P. Lea

    Nursing Sister F. Statham

    Sick laying down , 24; sick convalescent, 394

    Wounded laying down, 1; wounded convalescent, 18

    With the following on passage home:

    Vol. Co. Scottish Rifles  – Capt. R.J. Douglas, Lts. H.M. Hannan, J.B. Wilson, and 86 men

    1/ V.B. W. Yorks.  – Capt. W.A. Pearson

    1/E. Lancs.  – Capt. J.E. Green

    KRRC  – Capt. C.L.E. Eustace

    1/ York & Lancs.  – Capts. F.E. Ashton, F.E.B. Isherwood

    5/Connaught Rangers  – Lt. R. Saker

    1/Dublin Fus.  – Lt.-Col. A.J. Chapman

    Remount Dept.  – Capts. S.B. Mowbray, W.G. Dixon

    4/Manchester  – Capt. R.G. Shuter

    RAMC  – Maj. J.P.S. Hayes, Lt. P.H. Falkner, Lt.& Qm. A. Wilson

    W. Aust. M.I.  – Lt. F.W. Bell

    S.A. L.H.  – Capt. G. Marsden

    S.A. Mtd. Irr. Forces  – Lt. H.L. Lindsay

    Natal Carab.  – Lt.-Col. W. Weighton

    Natal Vol. Staff  – Maj. H. Lugg

    P.of W. L.H.  – Capt. L. Miller

    Rev. D.H. Brown

    Civil Surg. J. McCroa

    Nursing Sisters L.M. Monk, A. Loosmith, E. Hoadley, K. Champion, E.B. Norrie

    Due Southampton May 22.

 

    The Patrician left New Orleans for Cape Town yesterday with 985 horses.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   07/05/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Apr. 30.    The Manhattan has arrived from Sydney with 26 officers and 543 troopers.

 

p24    Dateline   London, May 1.    The City of Vienna has sailed for South Africa with 1,090 troops and the Plassy has also sailed with 1,050 troops.

    Dateline London, May 5.    The Patrician has sailed from New Orleans for South Africa with 985 horses.

 

p26    The Kildonan Castle arrived here yesterday morning with the following named military passengers: Col. Colin Harding, Capt. Hoskyns.

    The Dunottar Castle sails for Southampton this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Col. and Mrs. Henty, Col. Harding, Maj. French, Capt. Hare, Capt. R.A. Poore, Capt. & Mrs. Stonestreet, Lt. Stops.

 

London Times 08/05/02 (Thursday)

p12a & b     Note Here:  Table of casualties for month of April 1902.

 

London Times 09/05/02 (Friday)

p5a    Dateline Halifax, N.S., May 8.    The Cestrian sailed for Cape Town this afternoon with the 3rd Canadian Regiment and one half of the 4th.

 

p10c    The Bavarian, at Southampton , embarked the following for South Africa :

    32/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. G. Kemp, commanding, Maj. E.W.N. Pedder, Capts. R. Fairclough, H. Bertram, F.S. Day, F. Jones, G.R. CrosfieldLt. & Qm. R.J. Pringle, Surg.-Capt. J. McClelland Lts. H.G. Westgate (Vet. Off.), F.I.L. Ditmas (Machine gun sect.).

    30/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. J.F.N. Birch, Maj. Hon. A.V. Meade, Capts. X.de la Chappelle, G.H. Allan, R.L. Stevenson, C.C. Wallace, J.W.H. AlstonLt. & Qm. T.A. Blake, Lt. & Med. Off. T.J.S. Suffield, Vet. Lt. R.A. Edwards.

    Nesbitt’s Horse  – Capt. Nesbitt

    Will call at Queenstown to embark the 29/I.Y.

 

    The transport Boveric with 90 persons and 1,000 horses was adrift 1,000 miles from Fremantle - lost propeller. Lifeboat with a mate and 3 men have made it to Fremantle yesterday  for assistance. They left the ship on April 11th . (More L.T. 10/05/02, p12c)

 

London Times 10/05/02 (Saturday)

p12c    The Britannic arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    4/Cheshire  – Col. C.H. Beck, C.B., Maj. W. Woodward, Capts. J.T. Hartford, H.S. Marshall, F.W. Von Herbert, M.P. Rathbone, F.C. Turner, L.H.T. Friederichs, A.B. Stone, T

Lts. G.J. Oakey, D’A. R. Baker, F.W. Woolnough, M.T. Cramer-Roberts, Capt. & Qm. A. Gregory and 420 men.

    4/Shropshire L.I.  – (Att. 4/Cheshire) – Lt. F.H. Hemingway

    3/W. Surrey  – Maj. F.G. Parsons, D.S.O., Capt. H.S. Walker, 2/Lts. N.C. Vicary, B.H.F. Fleming and 123 men.

    3/W. Riding  – Majs. F.A. Hayden, D.S.O.,Maj. H.J. Johnston, Capts. H.M. Digby, H.H. Wayman, G.E. Moke-Norrie, D.M. Jenkins, Lts. A.C. Adams, J.H.L. Thompson, A.L. Dibb, Lt. & Qm. C. Hyde, and 269 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt. C.H. Whittingham

    3/Warwick  – Lt. F.A. McDermott

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. R.I. Rawson

    2/Gloucester  – Capt. R.P. Jordan

    KOSB  – Capt. T.G. Maclaren

    2/Wilts.  – Lt.-Col. H.M. Carter, C.B.

    1/Irish  – Capt. A.W. Brush

    RB  – 2/Lt. A.H. Vivian

    I.Y.  – Capt. C.R. Harbord, Lts. A.E. Churcher, P.L. Loraine

    Harwich Mil. Submarine Miners  – Maj. F.W. Panzera

    Cape Police  – Lt. E.M. Fisher

    Cape M.R.  – Lt. W.J. Hunt-Grubbe

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt. P.S. Molyneux

    Revs. Hurst-Jones, J. Marin

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  J.R. Grime, J.D. Reynierson

    Civil Surgs. H. Gould, G.T. Willan

    Nursing Sisters D. Pryde, E.P. Gibb

London Times 12/05/02 (Monday)   

p5d    Dateline Durban, May 10.    The Englishman, from Sydney has arrived here with 313 officers and men.

 

p10a & b    The Montrose, with invalids, arrived at Southampton yesterday morning. The following were listed: 

    RA  – Maj. C.J.U. Morris, Lts. M.H. Mahon, C.E.G. Schrottky

    2/Derby  – Capt. F. Caswell

    3/DG  – Lt. & Qm. C.H. Thorne

    1/W. Riding  – Lt. A.S. Carlyton

    6/DG  – Lt. & Qm. L.J. Wheeler

    Canadian M.I.  – Capt. A. H. King

    RAMC  – Lt. G. Pinches

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – Lt. J.E.S. Trelaway

    3/Sussex  – Capt. C.H. von Roemir, 2/Lt. A.M. McKee

    2/SR  – 2/Lt. F.T. Wogan

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. E.D. Browne

    1/Essex  – Lt. A.H.P. Rose

    Nursing Sisters M. Wilson, M. Monk

    The following were listed as duty:

    5/Manchester  – Lt. D.M.S.R. Watters

    2/Manchester  – Capt. W.H. Williamson

    I.Y.  – Lt. H.W. Booker

    5/R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. H.G. Woolf

    RAMC  – Capt. G.J.A. Ormsby

    Civil Surgs. J.M. Caw, J.C. Furness, F.S. Ellis, T. Petty

    Nursing Sisters C.L. Collins, H.O. Luckie, F. Baker, V.W. Chowner

    With 414 men and 795 invalids.

 

    The Scot arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with the following:

    1/RB  – Col. A.E.W. Colville

    4/Manchester  – Capt. C. Toogood

    Scottish Horse  – Lt. G.R.C.A. Jamieson

    Rand Rifles  – Lt. A. Symons

 

    The Avondale Castle left Southampton Saturday afternoon for South Africa via Teneriffe and St. Helena with 11 officers and 739 men. Drafts from 3/Middlesex and R. Sussex,( 294 men) , are for St. Helena.  Maj. Barter, Lincolnshire Regt., in charge.

 

    The Bavarian left Queenstown Saturday. She embarked 23 officers and 720 men of the Irish Horse. Total on board 95 officers and 1,058 men

 

    The Norman left Southampton Saturday with 5 officers and 140 men of the RHA, 17 officers and 900 men of the RFA and a few details. Maj. Fanshaw, RHA, in charge.

 

London Times 13/05/02 (Tuesday)

p10b    The Canada left for England May 7 with the following invalids:

    RHA  – Lt. S.C. Bartley

    2/DG  – Lt.-Col. J.E. Dewar, Capt. R.L. Mullens

    I.Y.  – Capt. A. Smith, Lt. N. Squire

    3/SR  – Lt. M.C. Scarbrough

    Western Prov. Mtd. Rifles  – Lt. W.H. Pechell

    Rev. J.L. Coles

    With the following on passage home:

    3/Leinster  – Lt.-Col. F. Luttman Johnson, D.S.O., Capts. H.G. Sheppard, P.E.S. Reeves, L.P. Arnott, A.H. Bell, 2/Lt. C.H. Middlemass, Lt. & Qm. J.W. Gallehawk and 240 men.

    5/Leinster  – Maj. W.E.A. Barry

    3/R. Scots  – Col. E.J. Grant, C.B., Maj. C.P. Foley, Capts. Lord Brackley, C.P.B. Wood, Lord Newport, E.L. Strutt, Lts. C.B. Northey, J.C.H. Grant, and 442 men

    3/Cornwall L.I.  – Capt. Lord Valletort

    4/Highland L.I. (Att. 3/R. Scots)  – 2/Lt. H.E. Scott

    3/W. Riding  – Capt. C.E.B. Hanson, Lt. M.F.H. Dunhill, and 198 men

    3/Yorks.  – 61 men

    3/Northants.(att 3/Yorks.)  – Lt. W.A.S. Degale

    4/Somerset L.I.  – 53 men

    Vol. Co. Cheshire  – Capt. C.M. Abercrombie, Lt. G.M. Frost, and 82 men

    Vol. Co. Derby  – Lts. H.F. Marsden, R.W. Webb and 99 men

    Vol. Co. Warwick  – Lts. J.M. Knox, J.P. Nelson and 92 men

    3/E. Surrey (Att. V.C.Warwick)  – Capt. E.G. Carpmael

    Vol. Co. W. Kent  – Capt. B.H. Latter, Lt. P.J.F. McCracken and 73 men

    Vol. Co. Norfolk  – Capt. A.W.M. Atthill, Lt. W.J. Barton and 88 men

    Details Vol. Cos.  – 29 men

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen. J.C. Barker

    14/Hussars  – Maj. E.D. Brown

    I.Y.  – Capts. C.L. Robinson, R.A. Blunt, Lts. E.S. Armstrong, J.W. Pimm

    RE  – Lt.-Col. G.H. Sim

    1/R. Irish Fus.  – Capt. A.R. Burrowes

    Essex  – Capt. O. Godfrey Faussett, D.S.O.

    3/Essex  – Capt. C.M. Wheatley

    2/ Seaforth High.  – Capt. C.P. Doig

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. J.E. Harden

    3/Yorks.  – Lt. F.P. Dymond

    Gloucester  – Lt. A.D. Law

    2/Devon  – Capt. & Qm. C. Birch

    1/Liverpool  – Maj. G.A. Wilkinson

    2/Highland L.I.  – Capt. J.J. Ronald

    Oxford L.I.  – Maj. C.H. Cobb

    W. Scot. Mil. Art. (Att 3/H.L.I.)  – 2/Lt. C.L. Spalding

    Lancaster  – Capt. T.J. Marker

    1/R. Sussex  – Maj. J.G. Panton

    ASC  – Maj. C.M. Ryan

    RAMC  – Capt. A.E. Smithson

    AVD  – Maj. H.T.W. Mann, Lt. H.C. Welch

    Loch’s Horse  – Capt. R.R. Kennedy

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capt. E.D. Kater,  Lt. F.O. Lassetter

     Scots Rail. Gds.  – Lt. F.P. Koe

    South African Constabulary  – Capts. C.R. Gaunt, H.H. Aldridge, Lts. J.H.O. Gibb, K.C. Brazier-Creagh, Johns

    Civil Vet. Surgs. H.J. Timmerman, W.G. Pakeman, Wingate

    Civil Surg. H.E. Burch

    Revs. J.G. Gordon, F.A. Ross

    Nursing Sisters M.L. Damon, S.A.B. Denecher (?), M. Frances

    Due Queenstown May 24, Southampton May 25.

 

London Times 14/05/02 (Wednesday)

p13b    The Ulstermore left for England May 10 with the following on passage home:

    V.C. W. Surrey  – Capt. W.F.J. Symonds, Lts. A.E. Colley, W.C. Dixon and 93 men

    V.C. Welsh Fus.  – Capt. H.D. Meredith-Jones and 85 men

    V.C. S. Staffordshire  – Lt. J.S. Robinson and 77 men

    V.C. Seaforth High.  – Lt. G.C. Watt and 79 men

    I.Y.  – Capt. J. Smith

    Kent. Mil. Arty.  – Lt. G.L. Hoare

    3/R. Irish  – Capt. J.O. Johnson

    2/S. Wales Borderers  – Maj. G.C. Palmes

    2/Northampton  – Capt. A.A. Lloyd

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col. J.M. Evetts

    R. Irish (Late) Mr. Norwood

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.J. O’Connor, F.H. Pinkett, J. Baxter, J.O. Laddey

    Civil Surgs. T.J. Morcon, E.C. Dutton

    Due Southampton May 30

 

    The Dunottar Castle left for England May 7 with the following on passage home:

    2/V.B. Sussex  – Lt.-Col. A. Henty

    Norfolk  – Capt. R.W. Hare

    I.Y.  – Capts. W.H. Playne, H.C.B. Phillips, R.A. Poore

    BSAP  – Col. C. Harding, Lt. G. Stops

 

    The Sicilia arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with 52 officers and 1,060 men from 4/Somerset L.I., 3/Yorkshire, V.C. Hants. Regt.,  and details.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   14/05/02

P17     The Carisbrook Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Maj.-Gen. Sir John Ardagh, Col. the Hon. Harry White.

    The Saxon arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Col. Hon. L. Dawnay.

p24    Dateline London, May 11.    The Bavarian sailed from Queenstown for South Africa with 743 troops of the 29th I.Y. The Norman sailed yesterday from Southampton for South Africa with 1,062 details and of Hores and Field Artillery. The Avondale Castle also sailed from Southampton yesterday for South Africa with 700 troops.

    Dateline London, May 13.    The Monterey left New Orleans for South Africa yesterday with 600 horses and 600 mules.

 

London Times 15/05/02 (Thursday)

p9f    The Assaye embarked yesterday the 33rd I.Y. , commanded by Lt.-Col. J.H. Patterson, and the 34th I.Y. , commanded by Col. T.J. Roch.

 

    The Oratava arrived at Southampton yesterday and landed upwards of 800 officers and men. Named were:

    3/E. Surrey  – Col. Sir. G.D. Clerk

    Liverpool  – Col. S.H. Harrison

    APD  – Lt.-Col. J. Pearson

 

London Times 16/05/02 (Friday)

p11a    The Boveric has arrived at Fremantle, Western Australia, under tow by the Narrung. Of 965 horses shipped, 913 were landed at Fremantle in good condition. The Narrung took the Boveric under tow May 9.

 

London Times 17/05/02 (Saturday)

p13a    The Lake Erie left for England May 12 with the following on passage home:

    V.C. Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. P. Colbeck, Lts. E.A.M. Bindloss, N.I. Wright and 89 men.

    V.C. Royal High.  – Capt. R.M. Christie, Lt. F.M. Buchanan White and 92 men.

    V.C. Northampton  – 18 men

    V.C. Highland L.I.  – Maj. P.W. Hendry, Lt. T.L. Jowitt and 62 men

    V.C. KRRC  – 43 men

    4/V.B. R.B. (att. V.C. KRRC) Lt. S. Stallard

    V.C. Durham L.I.  – Capt. J. Cook, and 82 men.

    V.C. Shropshire L.I.  – Capt. B.W. Treasure, Lt. P. Anthony and 95 men.

    3/Warwick  – 2/Lt. C.A.C. Bentley

    3/R. Scots Fus.  – Capt. C.G.S. McAlester

    1/Worcester  – Capt. W.R. Peake

    3/Worcester  – 2/Lt. J.F. Badman

    2/Border  – Capt. R. de B. Chichester

    1/W. India  – Lt. R. Letters

    6/W.Aust. M.I.  – Lt. J.F. Hawkins

    Cape Pioneer Rail. Regt.  – Capt. L.G. Langmore

    Imp. L.H.  – Capt. P.H. Normand

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. W. Newman

    Civil Surgs. A.A. Hingston, J.F. Barr

    Due Southampton June 4.

    The Dunolly Castle left Southampton yesterday afternoon and is taking out 2 officers and 112 men of the South African Constabulary .

 

London Times 19/05/02 (Monday)

p3a      Dateline Durban, May 17.    The Drayton Grange landed 500 troops from (?) (New Zealand ?)

 

p8a     The Ontarian arrived at Queenstown at 2 p.m. yesterday and shipped 100 horses for South Africa .

 

London Times 20/05/02 (Tuesday)

p3b    Dateline Melbourne, May 19.        The Manchester Merchant left for South Africa with the Victorian Companies of the Commonwealth Horse, comprising 440 officers and men.

 

    Dateline Brisbane, May 19.    The Custodian embarked the Queensland portion of the Commonwealth Horse to-day.

 

London Times 21/05/02 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    21/05/02

p24    Dateline London, May 18.    The Victoria sails tomorrow for South Africa with a cavalry contingent of 693 men.

    Dateline May 19.    The Manchester Merchant sailed from Melbourne today with the Victorian companies of the Commonwealth Horse, numbering 440 men. The Queensland contingent of the Commonwealth Horse will sail from Brisbane on board the Custodian.

    Dateline London, May 16.    The Boverie lost her propeller 1,500 miles out of Melbourne and has been towed into Fremantle. She was carrying horses for South Africa .

 

p27    The Kildonan Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Col. Sir A. Hime, Col. De Lisle, Col. Grey, Lt.-Col. F.C. Heath, Capt. Wetherell, Capt. Brown, Capt. & Mrs. A. Page, Lt. W. Pepys, Capt. J.L. Nassey.

 

London Times 22/05/02 (Thursday)

p8a & b    The Carisbrook Castle left for England May 14, with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen. Sir. J.C. Ardagh

    Reserve of officers  – Lt.-Col. the Hon. H.F. White

    RE  – Col. W.F.H.S. Kincaid

    Due Southampton May 30.

 

    The Manhattan left for England May 15 with the following on passage home:

    4/N. Staffordshire  – Lt.-Col. R. Mirehouse, Majs. F.R. Twemlow, C. Wedgwood, E.S. Pipe Wolferatan, Capts. F.H. Wedgwood, C.B. Webb, C. Fritz, H. Bill, W.E. Blagg, O. Hawkshaw, W.M. Levett, Lts. A.M. Stapylton, J.C.C. Thomas, J.E. Page, 2/Lt. G.E. Ram, Lt. & Qm. J. Aherne and 466 men

    ASC  – Capt. & Qm. C.R. Law, Lt. & Qm. J.C. Perry

    Surg. T.M. Thomas, R.N.

    Rev. Clark

    Civil Surg. R.D. Attwood

    Due Southampton June 10.

 

    The Dilwara left for England May 15 with the following invalids:

    17/Lancers  – Lt. M.H.S. Goodliffe

    RFA  – Lt. A.D. Harrison, 2/Lt. L.W. La T. Cockcraft

    38/RE  – Lt. F.V. Thompson

    1/CG  – Lt. & Qm. W.W. Girling

    2/E. Kent  – 2/Lt. P.A. Flower

    3/R. Warwick  – Lt. C.B. Benson

    3/ V.B. R. Fus.  – Capt. G.G. Alwin

    1/Suffolk  – 2/Lt. J.H. Robinson

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. W.J. Bowker

    2/W. Yorks.  – Lt. M.B.B. Riall

    1/KOSB  – Lt. W.F. Graham

    3/KOSB  – Capt. Sir. A.D. Grierson

    3/SR  – 2/Lt. S.W. Beeman

    6/Worcester  – 2/Lt. F.R.A. Brown

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – 2/Lt. J.H. Broadwood

    2/Hampshire  – Lt. H.C. Dolphin

    2/R. W. Kent  – 2/Lt. H.D. Belgrave

    4/Highland L.I.  – 2/Lt. H.F. Bassett

    ASC  – Capt. J.A.T. Tredgold

    APD  – Capt. F.H.T. Alexander

    I.Y.  – Lts. F.G. Spencer, N. Deakin, A.J. Blake, E.J. Bridges

    1/Scottish Horse  – Lt. D. Robertson

    N.S. Wales A.S.C.  – Lt. G. Lyons

    Steinacker’s Horse  – Maj. F.V. Steinacker

    Nursing Sisters D.A. Snell, E.C. Humphreys

    Sick laying down , 102; sick convalescent, 305

    Wounded laying down, 18; wounded convalescent, 23

    With the following on passage home:

    V.C. E. Kent– Capt. C. Hills, Lt. G. Warden and 91 men

    V.C. Essex  – Capt. P.W. Cross and 83 men

    V.C. Manchester  – Lts. I.M. Stevens, G.W. Hardman and 103 men

    V.C. Gordon High.  – Lts. R.A. Henderson, B.E. Crockett and 52 men

    Staff  – Col. T.D. Pilcher

    1/DG  – Capt. W.G. Lockett

    RE  – Maj. G.M. Heath

    1/Liverpool  – Capt. R.P. Fox

    3/ Yorks. & Lancs.  – Lt. C.N.F. Broad

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt. E.D.H. Daly

    RAMC  – Capt. T.P. Jones

    AOD  – Maj. E.T. Stanley

    S. Aust. M.I.  – Capt. P.M. Rowell

    P.o.W.L.H.  – Lt. A.P. Jones

    Revs. R. Armitage, B. Pizzonelli

    Civil Vet. Surg. J.W.H. Masheter

    Civil Surgs. S. Farmer, D.J. Buckley, J. Noonan, T.D. Dobbs

    Nursing Sisters N. Cameron, L.A. Bailey, A.M. Read, N. Goldsmith

    Due Southampton June 5.

 

    The Simla arrived at Plymouth yesterday morning with 22 officers and 571 men. The officers and 199 men landed at Plymouth. The Simla then sailed for Southampton . The following were listed: 

    3/DG  – Capt. L. Partridge

    3/Hussars  – Lt. H. Combe

    7/DG  – Lt. W.R.H. Jenkins

    Scots Greys  – Maj. J. Crabbie

    53/RFA  – Lt. P.A. Meldon

    RGA  – Capt. A.W. Disney-Roebuck

    I.Y.  – Capts. E.O. Price, J.C. Ward, Lts. D. Mooney, G.J. Calder, E. Wood

    2/GG  – Lt. S.D. Shafto

    1/R. Scots  – Lt. N.H.S. Fargus, 2/Lt. H.A.S. Stenton

    1.Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. L.W.P. De H. Larpent

    2/Devon  – Lt. H.G. Elliot

    2/Hants.  – Lt. C.N. French

    1/S. Staffs.  – Maj. G.N. Going

    1/S. Lancs.  – Capt. S. Upperton

    1/R. Highlanders  – Maj. W.G. Wolrige-Gordon

    1/V.B. Essex  – Lt. F.P.P. Soper

    2/N. Lancs.  – Lt. H.P. Magill

    2/ R.W. Kent  – 2/Lt. W.B.P. Tugwell

    2/Middlesex   – Lt. J. St. John Socker

    1/Durham L.I.  – 2/Lt. W.B. Greenwell

    2/R. Irish R.  – 2/Lt. L.G. de R. Barclay

    2/R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. V.H. Kavanagh

    2/R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. R.E.M. Pakenham

    2/Dublin Fus.  – 2/Lt. O.H.C. Molony

    ASC  – Lt. E.J. McAllister

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm. T.F. Brake

    Civil Surgs. H.T. Newton, T.A. Smythe, J.A. Thos. Woodruff

    Rev. W.D. Dowling

    Nursing Sister A.E. Turner

    X Ray Expert Mr. L. Sells

    With the following on passage home:

    3/R. Warwick  – Capt. T.W. Stansfeld

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – Lts. J.W.C. Kirk, R.H. Olivier

    I.Y.  – Lt. A.J. Willcocks

    Rev. F. Hainsworth

    Civil Surgs. J. Moorehead, H. Bishop, H.B. Seddon, A.F. Siacome, J.H. Reford

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Winder, L. Langley Naylor, L.L. Watts, L.L. Smythe, F. Donald, H. Kenealy

 

p8c     The R. Mail steamer Avon left Victoria Docks yesterday morning with troops for Bermuda ( Guards for POW??). 3 officers from 4/Worcester Regt. and 1 officer and 150 men from 2/R. Warwickshire Regt. and details of RA.

 

    The Victorian arrived at Queenstown Tuesday night with 14 officers and 467 men plus 382 horses. She embarked yesterday the following:

    3/DG  – 72 men

    6/DG  – 37 men

    12/Lancers  – 1 officer and 42 men

    17/Lancers  – 1 officer and 52 men

    Details

    6 officers

    Remounts  – 79

    Total on board  – 22 officers, 670 men and 461 remounts.

    Maj. Sandeman, 17/Lancers, in charge.

    She sailed in the afternoon.

 

London Times 23/05/02 (Friday)

p3a    Dateline Sydney, May 22.    The 5th Bn. of the Commonwealth Horse sailed for South Africa to-day in the Columbian .

 

    Dateline Hobart, May 22.    C Sqdn. of the Australian Commonwealth Horse, 120 men strong, Capt. Kenneth Ogilvy in command, embarked for South Africa in the St. Andrew. Horses were with them.

 

p8a     The Orient arrived at Southampton yesterday morning. The following were listed: 

    2/DG  – Lt. H.B.N.S. Burlton

    3/DG  – Lt.-Col. J.H. Aspinwall

    8/Hussars  – Capt. R. Lambert, D.S.O.

    14/Hussars  – Capt. W. Henry

    2/GG  – 2/Lt. the Hon. L.P. Cary

    2/R.W.Surrey  – Capt. H.R. Bottomley

    4/R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. C.P. Holroyd

    1/Worcester  – Capt. R.G.D. Nivison

    1/Welsh  – Lt.-Col. W.C. Giffard, D.S.O.

    2/E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. H.G.H. Grant Smith

    2/Leinster  – 2/Lt. G. Harding

    ASC  – Capt. P.G.P. Lea

    Nursing Sister F. Statham

    With the following on passage home:

    Vol. Co. Scottish Rifles  – Capt. R.J. Douglas, Lts. H.M. Hannan, J.B. Wilson, and 86 men

    1/ V.B. W. Yorks.  – Capt. W.A. Pearson

    1/E. Lancs.  – Capt. J.E. Green

    KRRC  – Capt. C.L.E. Eustace

    1/ York & Lancs.  – Capts. F.E. Ashton, F.E.B. Isherwood

    5/Connaught Rangers  – Lt. R. Saker

    1/Dublin Fus.  – Lt.-Col. A.J. Chapman

    Remount Dept.  – Capts. S.B. Mowbray, W.G. Dixon

    4/Manchester  – Capt. R.G. Shuter

    RAMC  – Maj. J.P.S. Hayes, Lt. P.H. Falkner, Lt.& Qm. A. Wilson

    W. Aust. M.I.  – Lt. F.W. Bell

    S.A. L.H.  – Capt. G. Marsden

    S.A. Mtd. Irr. Forces  – Lt. H.L. Lindsay

    Natal Carab.  – Lt.-Col. W. Weighton

    Natal Vol. Staff  – Maj. H. Lugg

    P.of W. L.H.  – Capt. L. Miller

    Rev. D.H. Brown

    Civil Surg. J. McCroa

    Nursing Sisters L.M. Monk, A. Loosmith, E. Hoadley, K. Champion, E.B. Norrie

   

    The Simla arrived at Southampton yesterday morning after calling at Plymouth.She brought 66 invalids for Netley.

 

London Times 24/05/02 (Saturday)

p7b    Dateline Sydney, May 23.    The Columbian sailed for South Africa to-day with 5th N.S.W. Bn. of the Commonwealth Horse.

 

    Dateline Halifax, N.S., May 22.    The Corinthian will sail from here at 10 o’clock to-morrow morning with the 5th Canadian Regiment for South Africa .

 

p12a    The Guelph left for England May 20 with the following on passage home:

    4/Bedfordshire  – Maj. C.P. Boulton, Capts. H.W.U. Coates, E.P. Smith, R.H. Bailey, Lt. C.H.C. Selby-Lowndes, Lt. & Qm. J. Richardson and 295 men.

    V.C. R. Fus.  – Capt. B.D. Byfield and 96 men

    RGA  – Lt. T. Godfree

    2/R. Fus.  – Capt. J.F. Wolseley

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts. H.F. Eaton, F.G. Hughes

    2/Cameron High.  – Lt.-Col. H.H.L. Malcolm

    V.C. Oxford L.I. (attached)  – Lt. L.J. Stephenson

    3/V.B. Manchester  – (RAMC Attached) Lt.-Col. J. Duncan

    Civil Vet. Surgs.  J.A. Duff, H.E.T. Mason, J. Neile, T.R. Riley

    Civil Surgs. S. Kirkpatrick, J.C. Volonski

    Due Southampton June 11.

 

London Times 26/05/02 (Monday)

p7a    The Canada arrived at Queenstown yesterday morning. She landed 8 officers and 240 men of the 3/Leinster Regt., Col. Luttman Johnson, in command also 27 details, then will sail for Southampton to-day

 

London Times 27/05/02 (Tuesday).

p10d    The Kildonan Castle left for England May 21 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. H.de B. de Lisle

    1/Dragoons  – Capt. Y.M.S. Pitt

    13/Hussars  – Lt. W. Pepys

    RE  – Lt.-Col. F.C. Heath

    Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt. R.M. Wetherell

    E. Lancs.  – Maj. C.R.M. O’Brien

    Rail. Pioneer Regt.  – Capt. A.E. Page

    E. Griqualand Mtd. Rifles.  – Capt. J.W. Marsey

    Civil Vet. Surg. H. Leeney

    Due Southampton June 6.

 

    The Sicilia embarked, at Southampton , the 35th and 36 Bns. I.Y. , numbering about 1,000 men. Also some details for Gibralter.

 

London Times 28/05/02 (Wednesday)

p7b    Dateline Durban, May 27.     The Norfolk has arrived here from New Zealand with 679 officers and men .

 

    Dateline Melbourne, May 27.        The St. Andrew, with the Tasmanian and South Australian contingents of the Commonwealth Horse, has sailed for Adelaide.

 

p9c    The Manila left Port Natal, May 22 for Albany with the following:

    2/Tasmania M.I.  – Lt-Col. E.T. Watchorn, Capts. T.A. Spencer, C. Henderson, Lts. J. McCormick, E.L. McIntyre, H.D. Chepnell, R. Dixon, W.A. Edwards and 159 men

    3/N.S. Wales Bushmen  – Lts. N.H. Shepherd, W.A. Oshea and 35 men

    3/N.S.Wales M.I.  – 67 men

    2/N.S.Wales M.I.  – 5 men

    5/Victorian M.I.  – 3 men

    S. Australian M.I.  – 1 man

    W. Australian M.I.  – 1 man

    Discharged Australians  – 9

    M.I. – Capt. A.J.B. Browne

    7/New Zealand Contingent  – Maj. I.R. Johnstone, Surg.-Maj. C. Dawson, Surg.-Capt. S.C. Forbes, Capt. H.W. Batget, Lts. H. Maylor, J. Matheson, H. Cameron, S.A. Grant, P.W. Tait, R.W. Wilkinson, J. Shera, and 332 men

    New Zealanders discharged  - 2

    New Zealand RAMC  – 2 men

    Nursing Sisters A. Sutton, J. Speed.

 

    The Nubia left port Natal for England May 24 with the following invalids:

    RE  – Maj. B.E. Morony, Lt. C.C. de la P. Beresford

    I.Y.  – Capt. R.K. Boyd, Lts. S.W. Taylor, H. Knight Eaton, E.G. Hodge

    2/E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. L.G. Hill

    2/N. Staffs.  – 2/Lt. H.H. Caffyn

    2/W. Yorks.  – Lt. J.C. Gretton

    2/Scots Fus.  – Lt. M.E. McConaghey

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Lt. A.H. Yatman

    1/SG  – Maj. H.E. Dering

    2/Warwick  – Capt. A.S. Mitchell

    APD  – Capt. S.D. Worgan

    1/KRRC  – Lt. the Hon. A.F.W. Harris

    5/Middlesex  – Lt. W.F. Black

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. J.T.R. Atwater

    2/DG  – Lts. T.M. Hill, J. Fielden

    2/SR  – Lt. W.A.D.R. Barry

    2/W. Surrey  – Maj. A.W. Taylor

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

    1/Lancs. Fus.  – Capts. R.C. Dunn, E.K. Purnell

    2/E. Kent  – Capt. E.H. Finch-Hatton

    1/KOSB  – Lt. T.W. Youngson

    8/KRRC  – Capt. R.P. Butler

    2/V.B. Welsh  – Lt. F.P.J. Charles

    19/Hussars  – Lt. M. Archer Shee

    6/N.Z. M.I.  – Capt. N.J. Markham

    2/Northampton   – Lt. T.H. Walker

    RAMC  – Capt. L.E.L. Parker

    Civil Surgs. A.T. Jlott, A.L. Hoops

    Nursing Sisters N. Young, B. Pocock

    Army Medical Service  – 

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. R.L. Love, Lt. C.S. Cato

    Civil Surgs. R.C. Macdonald, W.F. Ellis, A.G. Herron

    Nursing Sisters E.W. Grey, J.M. Craig, L.E. Jerram, A.L. Jones, J.E. Whitehead, L. Smith, E.J. Stonehouse

    Rev. A. Creed

    Due Southampton June 17

 

    The Canada arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following listed:

    3/R. Scots  – 442 men

    3/W. Riding  – 198 men

    3/Yorkshire  – 61 men

    4/Somerset L.I.  – 53 men

    Various Cos. No numbers

    Time expired men and details  – 218 men

    240 men of the 3/Leinster Regt. were landed at Queenstown.

 

    The Orotava left Southampton yesterday afternoon for South Africa with the following:

    38th I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. Towsey and 475 men

    37th I.Y.  – Lt.-Col.  the Hon. J.G.H.H. Beresford and 463 men

    No-Unit  – Maj. H.J. Pack-Beresford, Capt. Lord Waterford

    2/R. Berks.  – 1 officer and 93 men

    Details.

    Total of 54 officers and 1,038 men

 

    The Ascot left Royal Albert Docks yesterday woth 220 horses and a few officers and men of the Vet. Dept.

 

    The Britannic will sail from Southampton with drafts for D.o.C. L.I., Northumberland Fus., Gloucestershire, Somerset L.I., R. Welsh Fus., and The R. Welsh. Total of over 400 officers and men.

 

    Also on the Oratava is a P.O.W. returning to South Africa under escourt. He will be pointing out hidden stocks of arms, etc. in exchange for freedom.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    28/05/02

p10    The Dunvegan Castle sailed from England for Cape Town last Saturday  with Maj.-Gen. Luard on board.

 

p25    Dateline Durban, May 27.    The Norfolk arrived here today with 679 members of the New Zealand Contingent.

 

p27    The Saxon sails today for England with the following named military passengers: Capt. Seddon, Col. & Mrs. Warren, Col. Porter, Maj. Bauchop, Capt. Hardinge, Lt. Shepperd.

    The Norman has arrived here with the following named military passengers: Maj. E.A. Fanshawe, Capt. D.E. Forman, Lts. J.C. Dunbar, Hood, P.J.C. Meyricke, and 140 men R.H.A..  R.F.A.; Maj. G.A. Cardew, Capts, E.C. Pottinger, T.D. Seagram, C.L.H. Hamilton, G. Lewis, Lts. J.de B. Cowan, K.C. Laurie, D. Reynolds, G.W.H. Rawlins, S.M. Anderson, G.W. Blaythwaite, G.A. Hare, L.T. Goff, A.G. Eden, H.W. Sleddon, R.G.M. Johnston and 907 men; R.A.M.C. Capt. E.M. Pitcher and 3 men; Civil Surgs. C.T. Hilton and J.T. Sear.

 

London Times 29/05/02 (Thursday)

p7b    The Britannic sailed from Southampton  for South Africa yesterday afternoon after embarking the 39th I.Y., Col. R. Brooke, commanding. 7 officers and 305 men made up the drafts mentiond in yesterday’s note on the Britannic.

 

London Times 30/05/02 (Friday)

p11a    The Waiwera will sail from Royal Albert Docks to-day with 3 officers , RA, and some men and remounts.

 

London Times 31/05/02 (Saturday)

p13a    The Ulstermore has arrived at Southampton with the following:

    V.C. W. Surrey  – Capt. W.F.J. Symonds, Lts. A.E. Colley, W.C. Dixon and 93 men

    V.C. Welsh Fus.  – Capt. H.D. Meredith-Jones and 85 men

    V.C. S. Staffordshire  – Lt. J.S. Robinson and 77 men

    V.C. Seaforth High.  – Lt. G.C. Watt and 79 men

    I.Y.  – Capt. J. Smith

    Kent. Mil. Arty.  – Lt. G.L. Hoare

    3/R. Irish  – Capt. J.O. Johnson

    2/S. Wales Borderers  – Maj. G.C. Palmes

    2/Northampton  – Capt. A.A. Lloyd

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col. J.M. Evetts

    R. Irish (Late) Mr. Norwood

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.J. O’Connor, F.H. Pinkett, J. Baxter, J.O. Laddey

    Civil Surgs. T.J. Morcon, E.C. Dutton

   

London Times 02/06/02 (Monday)

p9c & d    The Montrose left Southampton Saturday afternoon with 12 officers and 496 men. The following were listed: 

    –/Hussars  – 198 men

    2/SR  – 130 men

    1/Connaught Rangers  – 113 men

    1/Cameron Highlanders  – 49 men

    Details

    Will call at Queenstown to embark an additional 14 officers and 1,016 men.

 

p12d - f    Note Here: A Diary of the War.

 

London Times 03/06/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 04/06/02 (Wednesday)

p13c    The Roslin Castle left for England May 29, with the following invalids:

    12/Lancers  – Maj. J.C.B. Eashwood

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. G.J. Younghusband, C.B.

    ASC  – Lt.-Col. A.N. Roberts, Maj. S.S. Long

    With the following on passage home:

    3/KOSB  – Lt.-Col. J.K.M. Witham, C.M.G., Majs. C.V.E. Laurie, D.S.O., J. Mackie, D.S.O., Capts. F.J. Carruthers, J.B. Wilkie, W.L.C. Allan, lts. W. McCall, Sir W. Jardine, J.T. Scriven, N.W.M. Brunton, H.S. Gladstone, 2/Lts. the Hon. F.W. Scott Napier, B.L.J. Tollemache, Lt. & Qm. W.E. Webb and 255 men.

    V.C. Border  – Capt. E.W. Wakefield, Lts. A.C. Scoular, G.H. Shepley, and 86 men.

    V.C. W. Riding  – Lt. H.K. Bracewell and 91 men

    Sussex Vol. Eng.  – Lt. F.R. Paramor and 22 men

    V.C. Liverpool  – Lt. W.G. Lindsay and 16 men

    V.C. Berks.  – Lt. C.F. Simonds and 18 men

    V.C. Leicestershire  – 17 men

    7/Hussars  – Maj. J. Vaughan

    Reserve of Officers  – Capts.  A.B. Boyd Wilson, R.W.F. Fullarton, W.L. Forbes

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.B. Burnaby, Lts. G.B. Hunt, E. Harrison, Lt. & Qm. G. Payne

    RGA  – Capt. R.O. Marton, 2/Lt. S. Montague

    W. Mil. Subm. Miners  – Lt. R.B.T. Rye

    2/R. Scots  – 2/Lt. A.B.R. Pearce

    3/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. B.A.S. Dyer

    2/Devon  – Maj. A.G. Spratt

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt. C.S.H. Roberts

    3/Sussex  – Lt. G.N.G. Monck-Mason

    4/Warwick  – lt. C.P. Nicholas

    3/Black Watch  – Lt. P.L. Moubray

    Lancs. Fus.  – 2/Lt. A.B. Wigley

    2/S. Lancs  – Lt.-Col. F.A. Adam

    York & Lanc.  – Col. W.J. Kirkpatrick

    Highland L.I.  – Capt. H.C. Stockwell

    5/Irish Fus.  – Lt. G.S. Jackson

    5/Connaught Rangers  – Lt. E.H.T. Lawrence

    3/Leinster  – Lt. A.A. Stoney

    KRRC  – Capt. J.H. Smith

    W. India  – Lts. A. Forbes, W. Addison

    ASC  – Lt.-Col. A.H. Thomas

    RAMC  – Lt. E.W. Herrington

    P.o. W. L.H.  – Maj. W.H. Thomas

    W. Aust. M.I.  – Lts. C. Griffith, J. Hawkins

    RE  – Lt. H.M. Bremner

    2/N.S. Wales M.I.  – Lt. Adrian

    N.S.Wales Bushmen  – Lt. W.B. Carter

    S.A. Irr. Mtd. Forces  – Lt. R.C.W. Selby Lowndes

    Canadian Scouts  – Lt. W.A.K. Nicholson

    Civil Vet. Surgs. R. Anderson, E.A. Welshaw, J.B. Knowles, J. Fahey

    Civil Surgs. C. Mildmay, G.C. Owsley, R. Staward

    Rev. E.M. Young

    Due Southampton June 18.

 

    The Montrose arrived at Queenstown Sunday evening, embarked there 11 officers, 2 surgeons, and 1,016 men. Sailed Monday afternoon for South Africa .

 

    The Waiwera left Queenstown Monday night with 300 remounts - 97 embarked at Queenstown

 

    The Buteshire will embark at Royal Albert Docks to-morrow 3 officers, a few men and 220 horses for South Africa .

 

    The Orient will embark at Southampton to-morrow the following:

    RA  – Lt. R.J. Adams and 72 men

    RAMC  – Capt. J.F. Gill and 100 men

    I.Y. 4 officers and 45 men.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    04/06/02     Nothing Noted

 

London Times 05/06/02 (Thursday)

p7c    The Lake Erie arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with 25 officers and 509 men . The following were listed: 

    Northumberland Fus.  – 3 officers and 89 men

    R. Highlanders  – 2 officers and 92 men

    Northampton  – 18 men

    H.L.I.  – 2 officers and 62 men

    KRR  – 43 men

    Durham L.I.  – 1 officer and 82 men

    Shropshire L.I.  – 2 officers and 95 men

   

    The Canton left for England with the following on passage home:

    Warren’s M.I.  – Lt.-Col. F.J. Warren

    6/DG  – Lt. J. Smiley

 

London Times 06/06/02 (Friday)

p15 a & b    Note Here Table of Casualties for May 1902.

 

London Times 07/06/02 (Saturday)   

p9a    The Orient embarked at Southampton Thursday the following:

    RAMC  – 100 men

    R. Lancashire  – 29 men

    1/Leicestershire  – 3 officers and 40 men

    I.Y.  – 4 officers and 65 men

    Sailed later that day.

 

    The Buteshire left Royal Albert Docks Thursday with 250 remounts. Will call at Queenstown for 200 additional remounts.

 

    The Dilwara arrived at Southampton Thursday with 50 officers, 7 warrant officers, and upwards of 800 men

 

London Times 09/06/02 (Monday)

12c    The Buteshire arrived at Queenstown yesterday , embarked 67 horses and sailed at 1 p.m.

 

London Times 10/06/02 (Tuesday)

p14b    The Plassy left for England June 3 with the following invalids:

    6/Dragoons  – Lt. L.E.G. Oates

    7/DG  – Lt. R.R. Hutchison

    RFA  – Capt. A.S. Buckle

    Sussex Mil. Arty.  – Lt. R. Barclay

    1/Liverpool  – Capt. T.W. Sheppard

    3/Warwick  – 2/Lt. P. Hamond

    1/Welsh Fus.  – Maj. A.P.G. Gough

    3/SR  – Capt. J.C. Norwell

    2/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt.-Col. A.J. Murray, D.S.O.

    2/Gloucester  – 2/Lt. E.S. Stephenson

    3/Gloucester  – Lt. W.P.S. Foord

    4/Worcester  – Lt. H. St. J. Jefferies

    1/Black Watch  – Capt. C.E. Stewart

    2/Essex  – Lt. W. McD. Allardice, 2/Lt. P.W. Huskisson

    1/Derby  – Maj. J.W.G. Roy, Lts. J.N. Meares, L.B. Chamberlain

    1/L.N. Lancashire  – Lt. J.B. Wells

    3/York & Lancs.  – Capt. H. Hincks

    2/ Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt. W. McCullock

    3/Leinster  – Capt. F.D’I. Herbert

    ASC  – Lt. C.F. Lucas

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. T. Archer

    APD  – Capt. P. de S. Bass

    I.Y.  – Surg.-Maj. W.J. Naismith, Capt. R.L. Grigg, Lts. E.J. Straker, J.E. Cockshott, R.H. More

    2/Yorks. Vol. Eng.  – Lt. E. Glover

    Rev. W.T. Bronsgeist

    Civil Surgs. G.L.N. Miles, A.G. Graham

    Sick laying down , 57; sick convalescent, 410

    Wounded laying down, 9; wounded convalescent, 9

    With the following on passage home:

    V.C. Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. G.R.B. Spain and 100 men

    V.C. E. Lancs.  – Lt. R.A.L. Munn and 91 men

    V.C. KOSB  – Lt. J. Herbertson and 89 men

    V.C. Yorks. L.I.  – Capt. H. Moorehouse, Lts. P.T. Chadwick, J. Russell and 96 men

    17/Lancers  – Lt. R.J.W. Carden

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj. A.G. Duberley, Lt. F.A. Ferguson-Davie

    RGA  – Maj. H.De T. Phillips

    I.Y.  – Lts. G.F. Wallace, A.J. Thomas

    RE  – Lt.-Col. R.C. Maxwell, C.B.

    Manchester  – Maj. Q.G.K. Agnew

    RAMC  – Capt. F.W. Begbie, Lt. & Qm. J. Green

    APD  – Capt. I.T. Owen

    Indian S.C.  – Maj. H.P. Young

    Cape Town Highlanders  – Lt. J.M. Stormont

    Johannesburg M.R.  – Capt. J. Riley

    Revs. T. Cullinan, F.P. Jellicoe, C.W.R. Higham

    Civil Surgs. C.H. Ford, F.C. Golden

    Nursing Sisters M.A. Bothwick, E. Evans, G.P. Beesley, F.A. Lowrie, D.D. Bowhill

    Due Southampton June 21

 

    The Syria left for England June 4 with the following on passage home:

    V.C. Welsh  – Maj. R. Hill-Male and 88 men

    V.C. Sussex  – Capt. S.W.P. Beale, Lts. W.H. Findlay, J.G.H. Cockburn and 88 men

    V.C. Yorks.  – Lt. H.C. Matthews and 23 men

    V.C. Suffolk  – Lt. C.L. Read and 52 men

    2/Lancs. Vol. Eng.  – Lt. H. La T. Campbell and 16 men

    V.C. Lincoln  – Capt. J. Ruston, Lt. H.E.U. Burke and 95 men

    V.C. S. Wales Borderers  – Capt. H.L. Rosser, Lts. H.L. Goldsworthy, H.T. Crane and 76 men

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt. C.R. Molyneux

    I.Y.  – Lt. J. Alexander

    4/Warwick  – 2/Lt. E. Spring

    3/Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. M.M.H. Nevile

    Due Southampton June 25.

 

    The Kinfauns Castle left for England June 4 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. H. Hamilton, D.S.O., Capt. R.J. Marker, D.S.O.

    1/ R. Dragoons  – Maj. H.S.H. Prince Francis of Teck, D.S.O.

    8/Hussars  – Capt. F.M. Jennings

    18/Hussars  – Capt. C.H. Corbett

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.W. Cottrell-Dormer

    RE  – Lt.-Col. J.E. Capper

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. R.L. Birkin

    3/Sussex  – Col. the Earl of March

    R. Scots Fus.  – Lt.-Col. H.H. Smythe

    Black Watch  – Capt. J.G. Rennie, D.S.O.

    Rifle Brig.  – Capt. P.G.A. Cox

    4/KRC  – Capt. F. Douglas-Pennant

    N. Zealand M.I.  – Capt. J.R. Macdonald, Lts. D.B. Blair, W.J. Hardham, W.H. Wilson, and 51 men

    N. Zealand Coronation Contingent  – Capt. T. Taranaki, Lt. H. Uru, and 31 Maoris

    Kimberley  – Capt. M. Duirs

    Colonial L.H.  – Capt. W.P. Sprigg

    Lovat’s Scouts  – Capt. J.B. Dunbar

    Civil Surg. Saunders

    Due Southampton June 21

 

    The Raglan Castle left St. Helena for England, June 3, with the following:

    3/Middlesex  – Lt. Cloete

    3/ Wiltshire  – 2/Lt. Lord Conyngham

    Due Southampton June 18

 

London Times 11/06/02 (Wednesday)

p14a & B    Note Here: The Coronation Contingent from South Africa listed here.

 

    The Manhattan arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    4/N. Staffordshire  – 15 officers and 466 men

    Time Expired men  – 70

    Colonials  -   59 men

    Details.

 

    The Guelph arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    4/Bedfordshire  – 6 officers and 295 men

    V.C. R. Fus.  – 1 officer and 94 men

    Time Expired Men.  – 384

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    11/06/02    Nothing Noted

 

London Times 12/06/02 (Thursday)

p13a    The Canada left Southampton yesterday for Gibralter, St. Helena ( to embark Boer prisoners for South Africa ), and Cape Town .

 

London Times 13/06/02 (Friday)

p11d    The Pembroke Castle left Southampton yesterday for Cape Town  with 100 South African Constabulary .

 

London Times 14/06/02 (Saturday)

p8d    The Dunera left for England June 10 with the following invalids:

    7/DG  – Lt. H.A. Chomley

    RE  – Lt. H.T.G. Moore

    W. Sum. Miners  – Lt. J.A. Anson

    3/Suffolk  – Lt. G.L. Bailey

    5/Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. H.A. Schank

    2/Cheshire  – Lt. A.R. Hill

    1/Yorks.  – Lt. C.H. Bunbury

    2/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. E.F.T. Traill

    2/Dorset  – Lt. & Qm. J. Kearney

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. R.V. Simpson

    5/V.B. Manchester  – Capt. W.G. Heys

    3/N. Stafford  – Maj. A.R. Wood

    1/Leinster  – 2/Lt. J.H. Murphy

    1/Rifle Bde.  – Capt. J.A. Innes, Lt. M.H. Helyar

    AOD  – Capt. T.C. Morris

    I.Y.  – Capt. F.F. Lance, Lts. W. St. J. Oswell, C.G.G. Stewart, A.T. Hope

    Civil Vet. Surg. W.N. Rowston

    Nursing Sister Hurcombe

    Sick laying down , 17; sick convalescent, 514

    Wounded laying down, 5; wounded convalescent, 32

    With the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Maj. J. Fallon

    Civil Surgs. C.W. Holden, J.H. Martin, F.R. Featherstone, S.T. Collins, J. Barkley

    Rev. I. Watts

    Nursing Sisters C.H. Potts, A.L. Langshaw, S.B. Lanyon, S. Paul, K.E. Luard, J.E. Church, E. Edmondson.

    Due Southampton July 3

 

    The Norman left for England June 11 with the following on passage home:

    RHA  – Capt. C.A. Sykes

    4/Bedford  – Capt. C.B. Greenfield

    4/Inniskilling Fus.  – Capt. L.E. Buchanan

    2/Rifle Bde.  – Capt. G.B. Byrne

    I.Y.  – Lts. A. Smallwood, B.O. Bethell

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Capt. B.V. Davis

    Scott’s Rly. Gds.  – Lt.-Col. R.G. Scott, V.C., D.S.O.

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. W.F.S. Edwards, Lt. J. Archibald

    Due Southampton June 28.

 

London Times 16/06/02 (Monday)Nothing Noted

 

London Times 17/06/02 (Tuesday)

p8a    The Syria from Durban to England has published a revised passenger list. The following should be added to the previous:

    V.C. Lancs.  – Capt. G.D. Wadham, Lts. J. Allen, R.S. Rigg, and 78 men.

    V.C. W. Yorks.  – Lts. S. Huffam, B.A. Hirst, and 83 men

    V.C. E. Surrey  – Lt. P. Hallett and 21 men

    V.C. S. Lancs.  – Lt. B. Fairclough and 25 men

    V.C. Middlesex  – Lt. R.M. Williams and 39 men

    V.C. Manchester  – Capt. G. Lupton, Lts. A.E. Croushaw, G.S. Routley and 78 men

    V.C. N. Staffs.  – Capt. C.E. Boote, Lts. R.T. Johnson, F.W. Knight and 89 men

    V.C. Yorks & Lancs.  – Lt. S.R. Barnes, and 86 men

    Tipperary Mil. Arty.  – Lt.-Col. F.J.S. Lecky

    1/Warwick  – Capt. C.R. Macdonald

    4/R. Fus.  – Capt. E.V. Raynes

    2/ Hants.  – 2/Lt. C.E. Morris

    3/Dorset  –      Capt. H.F.C. Chetwood Aiken

    1/Dublin Fus.  – Lt.-Col. W.H.S. O’Neill

    RAMC  – Lt. C.E. Fleming

    Remount Dept.  – Lt. E.R. Leggatt

    I.Y.  – Lt. H.F. Holbrow

    Aust. A.M.C.  – Capt. Jamieson

    Mennie’s Scouts  – Capt. Sherbourne

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt. T.E. Mousley

    Rev. J. Boardman

    Civil Vet. Surg. Hirst

    Civil Surg. Symes

 

    The Nubia arrived at Southampton yesterday bringing 251 invalids for Netley, 29 for Aldershot, 72 for convalescent depot, and 98 for Fort Brockhurst.

 

London Times 18/06/02 (Wednesday)

p6c-f    Note here from LG. M.I.D’s , Kitchener despatches.  ( Burn-Murdoch)

 

p7b    Dateline Hobart, June 17. The 2nd Tasmanian Contingen has returned here. (no ship mentioned)

 

p10b     The Malta left Royal Albert Docks yesterday with a few RAMC details and stores.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    18/06/02

p25    Dateline London, June 11. The Canada sails today for Cape Town but will call at St. Helena to embark some Boer POW.

 

London Times 19/06/02 (Thursday)

p5a    Dateline Cape Town , June 18.    "Arrangements are being made for the return of a large number of troops to England before July 31. The military authorities have already secured the whole of the steerage of several Union-Castle Line steamers.”

 

p8a    The Roslin Castle arrived yesterday morning at Southampton with the following listed:

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. G.J. Younghusband, C.B.

    With the following on passage home:

    3/KOSB  – Lt.-Col. J.K.M. Witham, C.M.G., 14 officers and 255 men.

    V.C. Border  – 3 officers  and 86 men.

    V.C. W. Riding  – 1 officer  and 91 men

    Sussex Vol. Eng.  –1 officer  and 22 men

    V.C. Liverpool  –1 officer  and 16 men

    V.C. Berks.  –1 officer  and 18 men

    V.C. Leicestershire  – 17 men

    York & Lanc.  – Col. W.J. Kirkpatrick

   

    The Johannesburg left for England June 16 with the following on passage home:

    3/Cornwall L.I.  – Maj. H.J.G. Lloyd

    2/A & S Highlanders  – 2/Lt. Lord. G.H.L. Dundas

    Border Scouts  – Lt. F.G. Price

 

London Times 20/06/02 (Friday) Nothing Noted

London Times 21/06/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 23/06/02 (Monday)

p6c    The Sicilian left Madeira June 19.  The St. Andrew arrived at Natal on Saturday.  The Chicago has arrived at Madeira. The Aurania arrived at Albany yesterday.

 

London Times 24/06/02 (Tuesday)

p5a    The Orotava left for England June 23 with Lord Kitchener and General French as passengers. Due Southampton July 10.

 

p5 e     The Orcana left Port Natal for England with the following invalids:

    RE  – Capt. H.E.G. Clayton, Lts. W.G.S. Dobbie, E.O. Henrici

    6.V.B. Manchester  – Lt. W.C. Clark

    1/Yorkshire L.I.  – Capt. A.S. Colqunoun

    1/Durham L.I.  – Lt. F.S. Warwick

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Lt. H.C. Johnson

    I.Y.  – Lts. F.J. Quarry, F.A.M. Rawes, H.J. Kitcher, Lt. & Qm. C.P. Warner

    1/L.N. Lancs.  – Capt. T. McB. Bridges

    1/RB  – Maj. the Hon. H. Yarde-Buller

    2/RB  – 2/Lt. H.E. Wrottesley

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. W.A.C. Kinsman

    2/Irish Fus.  – Capt. T.C. Bensen

    Civil Surgs. J. McGaw, C.C. Harris

    Nursing Sister C. Nolan

    Medical Staff:

    RAMC  – Capt. N. Tyacke

    Civil Surgs.  Davies, A.H. Stewart, J.F. Fox, H. Kernohan, D. Craster

    Nursing Sisters H.V. Haydon, E.M. Grovenor, K.E. Chatfield, J.M. Tato, M.E. Remmie, F.M. Gibson

    Due Southampton July 13.

 

    The Raglan Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday. Named Lord Conyngham, 3/Wilts.

 

London Times 25/06/02 (Wednesday) Nothing Noted

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    25/06/02

p1    Dateline Durban, June 16.    The India has arrived with 1,018 horses from North America. Two transports have arrived from Australia with troops, Canadian troops and 954 horses disembarked yesterday.

 

p2    The Dunvegan Castle sailed Thursday afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Maj.-Gen. W. Kitchener, Lt.-Gen. Sir J.D.P. French, Cols. Wing, Kelham, Walford, McCalmont, Maj. Taylor, Capts. Burns, Begg, Dorrien Smith, Money, Kitson.

 

p27    The Briton arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Col. W.P. Pulteney, Maj. C.B. Waller, Lt. J.H. Cuthbert.

 

London Times 26/06/02 (Thursday)

p10a & b    The Orotava left for England June 23 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Gen. Viscount Kitchener, Lt.-Gens. Sir. J.D.P. French, Sir. I. Hamilton, Cols. Sir. H.S. Rawlinson, A.W. Money, Lt.-Cols. W.R. Birdwood, W.N. Congreve, V.C., the Hon. F. Gordon, Capts. F.A. Maxwell, V.R. Brooke, E.Gibb, H.J.M. Macandrew, the Hon. R. Ward, S.L. Barry

    RE  – Capt. H.L. Pritchard

    1/SG  – Maj. F.J. Heyworth, Lts. the Hon. R. Coke, the Hon. J.J. Dalrymple, and 145 men

    1/Inniskilling Fus.  – Maj. G.P. Stewart, Capt. J.N. Crawford, Lt. R.C. Smythe, and 144 men

    2/Hants.  – Capt. A.C. Richards, Lt. H.F. Ashby, 2/Lt. F.W. Earle, and 144 men

    1/Welsh  – Maj. C.B. Morland, Lts. W.H. Ferrar, F.H. Romilly and 150 men

    1/Gordon High.  – Capt. C. Ogston, Lts. L. Gordon-Duff,    R.E.H. Lockley, and 151 men

    Civil Surgs. E.L. Hunt, E.F.W. Bywater, G.M. Wilkinson

    Due Southampton July 11.

 

    The Assaye left for England June 21 with the following invalids:

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen. Lord Methuen

    2/DG  – Capt. T. Ward

    5/Lancers  – Capt. W.A. Adams, Lt. O.K. Chance

    12/Lancers  – Lt. H. Montgomery

    RA  – Maj. J.P. Du Cane

    5/Warwick  – Capt. H. Lutwyche

    2/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. C.H.G.V. Stokes

    3/S. Stafford  – Capt. T.S. Timmis

    2/Essex  – Lt. A.C. Halahan

    1/Manchester  – Capt. H.C.W. Theobald

    1/H.L.I.  – Lts. the Hon. P.J.L. Hore-Ruthven, C.G.A.E. Crabbe, 2/Lt. J.D. Blyth

    V.C. Seaforth High.  – Lt. R.G. Campbell

    3/Irish Rifles  – Capt. H.W. Reeve

    5/RB  – Capt. S.F. Saunderson

    ASC  – Lt. A.G. Galloway

    RAMC  – Maj. H.T. Baylor

    Kaffrarian Rifles  – Capt. J.M. Fairweather

    Civil Vet. Surg. S. Jackson

    Sick laying down , 78; sick convalescent, 661

    Wounded laying down, 14; wounded convalescent, 22.

    With the following on passage home:

    17/Lancers  – Capt. W.A. Tilney

    Staff  – Maj. J.G. King-King

    Lancs. Mil. Arty.  – Maj. A.J. Budd, Capt. H.F. Hollins

    Glamorgan Mil. Arty.  – Lt. H.W. Bhor

    I.Y.  – Lt. K.F. Powles

    1/R. Lancs.  – Capt. C.E. Foster

    1/Warwick  – 2/Lt. C.H. Turner

    1/R. Fus.  – 2/Lt. M.C.C. Miers

    Suffolk  – Capt. H.F.H. Clifford

    3/Yorks  – Lt.-Col. W.E.C. Ellis

    4/Worcester  – Capt. P.S.G. Wainman

    2/E. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. G.G.C. McLean

    2/Derby  – 2/Lt. G.S.T. Pragnell

    4/N. Stafford  – Lt. C.W. Moore

    2/York & Lancs.  – 2/Lt. C.S. Sharpe

    3/York & Lancs.  – Lt. C.A. Chayton

    1/H.L.I.  – Lt.-Col. H.R. Kelham

    2/W. Indian  – Lt. R.P. Leader

    RAMC  – Maj. H.N. Thompson

    Bishop H. MacSherry & Rev. H..F. Drake

    Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts  – Lt. L.A. Wainwright

    Vivt. (?) Mt. Infty  – Capt. L.A. Cleveland

    Civil Surgs. W.J. Shannon, T. McDonagh, R. Kennedy, A. Prentice, H.T. Stack, H.H. Swanzy

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.O. Armstrong, L.T. Nagle, J.P. Dumphy, C. Goundry, T.W. Hodgins, L.M. Holmes, J.A. Airth

    Nursing Sisters A. Ridley, K.M. Carter, B. Shepley, L.M. Stewart, F.E.B. Bickmore, Charleston

    Due Southampton July 9.

 

    The Wakool left for England June 19 with the following for St. Helena:

    3/Sussex  – Maj. S.R. Clarke, Capts. A.R. Hurst, P.R. Papillon, W.M. Clarke, C.P. Aldridge, Lts. A.J. Parkin, H.F. Bidder, W.W. Otter, C. de St. Croix, 2/Lts. R. Nicholson, G.R. Sandeman, R.B. Powys Lybbe, J.S. Mellor, J.T. North, C.V.M. Bell (Lt. & Qm.) and 378 men

    6/RB  – Lt. J.F. Vallentin ( Att. 3/Sussex)

    4/Oxford L.I.  – C.D. Wynter (Att. 3/Sussex)

    2/Middlesex  – Capt. P.M. Large

    3/Middlesex  – 2/Lt. G.H. Thorne

    With the following on passage home:

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. W.R. Banting

    I.Y.  – Capt. H.J. McGee, Lt. F. Geiger

    3/Warwick  – 2/Lt. J.H.B. Peyton

    5/R. Fus.  – Lt. W.R. Warren

    3/Lancs. Fus.  – 2/Lt. T. Crean

    Scots Fus.  – 2/Lt. G.A. Clark

    3/Scots Fus.  – Capt. the Earl of Cassillis

    3/Cheshire  – Maj. E.K. Williamson

    2/S. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. E.H. Hawkins

    3/V.B. Welsh  – Lt. H.J. Pechell

    2/Manchester  – Capt. E.J.T. Vaughan

    3/Manchester  – Capt. E.N. Fisher

    5/Dublin Fus.  – Capt. J.R.D. Robertson

    Civil Surgs. H.G.S. Webb, F.E. Auley

    The Wakool due at Stl Helena June 26, Las Palmas, Jul. 8, & Southampton July 14.

 

    The Dunvegan Castle left for England June 19 with the following on passage home:

    V.C. Liverpool  – Capt. L. Hignett, Lts. A. Buckley, S.G. Cohen and 97 men

    V.C. Gloucester  – Lt. H.B. Spencer and 17 men

    Scottish Cycle Co.  – Capt. J.M. Hunter, Lts. T.H. Shortridge, W.B. Gray and 96 men

    V.C. Northants.  – Lt. A.H. Rice and 40 men

    V.C. SR  – Lt. R.W.D. Hawson and 35 men

    V.C. Seaforth High.  – Lt. W.M. Macphail and 31 men

    V.C. W. Kent  – Lt. J. Sawers and 53 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. F.W. Kitchener

    RHA  – Lt.-Col. F.D.V. Wing

    RE  – Maj. E.F. Taylor

    5/Warwick  – Col. B.C. McCalmont

    1/V.B. E. Lancs.  – Capt. E.L. Carns

    1/W. Yorks.  – Lt.-Col. J.C. Yale

    Gordon High.  – Capt. A.W.F. Baird

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. N.E. Money

    South African Mtd. Irr. Force  – Capt. R. Burns Begg

    Civil Surgs. R.A. O’Donovan, E.M. Pennefather, A.B. Smallman, S.I. Cullunn, A.W.H. Grant, D.S.S. Skelton, R.F. Macmahon, F.M. Otmanaw

    Due Southampton July 5.

 

    The Syria arrived in Southampton Water Tuesday evening. The troops were landed yesterday morning. Named were:

    V.C. Lancs.  – 3 officers and 78 men.

    V.C. W. Yorks.  – 2 officers  and 83 men

    V.C. E. Surrey  – 1 officer  and 21 men

    V.C. S. Lancs.  – 1 officer  and 25 men

    V.C. Middlesex  – 1 officer  and 39 men

    V.C. Manchester  – 3 officers  and 78 men

    V.C. N. Staffs.  – 3officers  and 89 men

    V.C. Yorks & Lancs.  – 1 officer and 86 men

 

London Times 27/06/02 (Friday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 28/06/02 (Saturday)

p5c    Dateline Durban, June 27.        "Fourteen hundred Australian Commonwealth troops sail to-day in the transport Manchester Merchant, and 1,500 Canadians in the Winifredia. Two thousand more Canadians leave by the transport Cestrian on July 2.

 

    Dateline St. Helena, June 27.        "The first batch of Boer prisoners to return home, numbering 478, sailed from here yesterday.” (no ship mentioned)

 

London Times 30/06/02 (Monday)    Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 01/07/02 (Tuesday)

p3a    Dateline St. Helena, June 30.        After 4 days’ quarantine 396 men of the Sussex Regt. yesterday landed from the Wakool, and in the afternoon 462 men of the East Kent Regt. left.

 

London Times 02/07/02 (Wednesday)

p11a    Note Here: Official Program for Return of Troops.

 

    The Lismore Castle left for England June 24 with the following on passage home:

    3/Scottish Rifles  – Col. G. Farie, Lt.-Col. R.F.M. Johnstone, Maj. W.C. Douglas, Capts. A.R.C. Littledale, R.L. Cumberland, J.A. Briggs, H.F.H. Kerr, T.B.S. Menzies, Lts. C.H. Young, W.E. Merier, 2/Lts. H.D. Crozier, E.C. Reid, C.A.R. Warren, F.L. Dyer, E.E.S. Rayment, F.S. Gist, Lt.- & Qm. F. Brightman and 618 men

    4/H.L.I. (att. 3/SR)  – Lts. W.F. Hay, M. Rolland

    Civil Surgs. C.L. Francis, C.H. Alban

    Nursing Sisters L.M. Flotchel, B.I. Talbot

    Due Southampton July 13.

 

    The City of Vienna left for England June 28 with the following on passage home:

    3/GG  – Majs. the Hon. G. Legh, G.D. White, Capts. G.P. Du Plat Taylor, J.S. Reeve, W.R.A. Smith, Lts. G.W. Duberly, G.B.A, Russell, Sir. R.M. Filmer, G.C. Hamilton, E.H. Weller-Poley, J.H. Powell, 2/Lts. I.C. Dennistoun, the Marquis of Douro, Lord R. Wellesley, C.L. Blundell, W.D. Drury-Lowe, Surg.-Maj. E.N. Sheldrake, and 1,010 men.

    10/Hussars  – Col. the Hon. J.H.G. Byng

    Remount Depot  – Capt. G. Rolleston

    I.Y.  – Lt. E. Browne

    RGA  – Capt. C.B. Simonds

    4/Manchester  – Capt. A.H. Bathurst

    2/Yorks & Lancs.  – Capt. Capron

    Border Scts.  – Lt. R.H. Gorges

    Vet. Surg. F.C. Mahon

    Civil Surg. R. Boyd

    Nursing Sisters J.E. Rogers, J.B. Robertson

    Revs. E.B. Clifford, E.P. Lowry, C.E. Scratchley, J.L. Greenfields

    Due Southampton July 20.

 

    The Harlech Castle left for England June 28 with the following on passage home:

    Hants. & I. of Wtight Arty.  – Capt. M. Lane, 2/Lt. E.E. Rich, and 106 men

    4/Hussars  – Maj. R. Hoare

    21/Lancers  – Lt. P.R. Smiley

    RA  – Maj. S.B. Von Donop

    Lancs. Mil. Arty.  – Lt. C.S. Hope-Johnston

    V.C. W. Surrey  – Lt. H.M. Drake and 35 men

    V.C. 5/R. Irish  – Lts. H.M. Bayer, D.R. Grindley, and 32 men

    V.C. E. Lancs.  – Lt. G. Ramsbottom, and 24 men

    V.C. KRRC  – Lts. G.R. Wyld, S.H. Comyn, and 15 men

    2/S. Staffordshire  – Capt. L.H. Moss

    2/V.B. N. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. L.A. Dobson

    2/Leinster  – Maj. W. Seton

    I.S.C.  – Maj. J.S.M. Shea

    South African Mtd. Irr. Force  – Capt. J.D. Johnstone

    Civil Surg. S.D. McLaren

    Nursing Sisters M.S. Barwell, J.G. Willetts

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    02/07/02

p22    The Carisbrook Castle arrived yesterday with the following named military passengers: Maj. Heath, Capt. A. Anderson.

    The Dunottar Castle sails this afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Maj.-Gen. Sir. C. Knox, Capt. Sir W. Jaffrey, Capt. Lord W. Bentinck, Cols. Garritt, Shekleton, Rimmington, Keir, Majs. Laffar, B. Williams, Capts., Dorrien Smith, Jardine, Lt. Cecil.

 

p24    Dateline London, June 29.    The Canada embarked 478 Boer POW at St. Helena and will sail for South Africa .

 

London Times 03/07/02 (Thursday)

p3a    Dateline Cape Town , July 2.        The Canada, with 400 Boer Prisoners from St. Helena, has arrived at Simons Bay.

 

p5d & e    The Dunera arrived at Plymouth yesterday with 20 officers and 568 men. 6 officers and 198 men landed at Plymouth. The remainder to Southampton . The following were listed:

    7/DG  – Lt. H.A. Chomley

    RE  – Lt. H.T.G. Moore

    W. Sum. Miners  – Lt. J.A. Anson

    3/Suffolk  – Lt. G.L. Bailey

    5/Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. H.A. Schank

    2/Cheshire  – Lt. A.R. Hill

    1/Yorks.  – Lt. C.H. Bunbury

    2/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. E.F.T. Traill

    2/Dorset  – Lt. & Qm. J. Kearney

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. R.V. Simpson

    5/V.B. Manchester  – Capt. W.G. Heys

    3/N. Stafford  – Maj. A.R. Wood

    1/Leinster  – 2/Lt. J.H. Murphy

    1/Rifle Bde.  – Capt. J.A. Innes, Lt. M.H. Helyar

    AOD  – Capt. T.C. Morris

    I.Y.  – Capt. F.F. Lance, Lts. W. St. J. Oswell, C.G.G. Stewart, A.T. Hope

    Civil Vet. Surg. W.N. Rowston

    With the following on passage home:

    RAMC  – Maj. J. Fallon

    Civil Surgs. C.W. Holden, J.H. Martin, F.R. Featherstone, S.T. Collins, J. Barkley

    Rev. I. Watts

    Nursing Sisters   Hurcombe,  C.H. Potts, A.L. Langshaw, S.B. Lanyon, S. Paul, K.E. Luard, J.E. Church, E. Edmondson.

   

London Times 04/07/02 (Friday)

p9a    The Walmer Castle left for England June 25 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gens. Bruce Hamilton, E.L. Elliot, Brig.-Gen. E.O.F. Hamilton, Cols. H. Cooper, R.K. Park, Capts. A.W. Tufnill, J.H. Lloyd, N.R. Radcliffe, Lt. G.P. Dawnay.

    1/Life Guards  – Lt.-Col. H.M. Grenfell, Capt. the Hon. F.E. Guest.

    10/Hussars – Capt. Sir J.P. Milbanke

    21/Lancers  – Lt. C.B. Pape

    Norfolk Mil. Arty.  – Col. Lord Coke, Capt. F.A. Twiss, Lts. L.G. Buxton, the Hon. B.F. Gurdon, and 84 men

    Dublin City Arty.  – Lt. J.C. McDonogh

    RE  – Capt. H.H. Turner

    1/Lancs. Vol. RE  – Lt. E.M. Newell and 23 men

    Northampton Vol. RE  – Lt. F.H. Cobb and 22 men

    Durham Vol. RE  – Lt. W.E. Furneaux and 22 men

    2/Glos. Vol. RE  – Lt. B.R. Lambert and 17 men

    London Vol. RE  – 21 men

    V.C. R. Scots  – Capt. S. Miller, Lts. J.C.C. Broun, A. Forbes and 106 men

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

    V.C. Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. J. Marshall and 42 men

    1/Suffolk  – Maj. E.P. Prest, Lts. W.N. Nicholson, F.W. Wood-Martin, and 146 men

    V.C. W. Yorks.  – 21 men

    1/P.O.W. Yorkshire  – Maj. E.S. Bulfin

    2/Bedford  – Lt. E.W. Brighten and 50 men

    V.C. Welsh Fus.  – Lts. W.M. Griffith, A.N. Bury, and 38 men

    3/SR  – Capt. G.D. Luard, Lts. H.M. Coghill, W.E. Alsen, and 11 men

    Worcester  – Capt. de V. Carey

    V.C. Sussex  – Lt. T.O. Bermingham-Otway Ruthven and 28 men

    V.C. Oxford L.I.  – Lt. E.N. Bennett and 28 men

    V.C. L.N. Lancs.  – Capt. E. Stowell, Lt. C.R. Shaw and 93 men

    V.C. H.L.I.  – Lts. G. Wingate, W.C. Leckie-Ewing, and 52 men

    V.C. Gordon High.  – Capt. B.C. Greene, Lts. G.A.S. Chedburn, J. Watson and 61 men

    1/Cameron High.  – Capt. the Hon. R.A. Campbell, Lt. A.B. Robertson

    V.C. Cameron High.  – 2/Lt. G.J.S. Scovell and 130 men

    Composite Cyclist Corps.  – Capt. W.B. Robinson, Lts. T. Carus-Wilson, W. Wilson, E.D. Dickson, and 75 men

    ASC  – Maj. A.E. Delavoye

    ISC  – Col. J.E. Nixon, Lt.-Col. A. Phayre

    2/Scottish Horse  – Capt. M. Chinnery

    Civil Surgs. H.J. Crossley, A.D. Davidson, R. Rutherford, J. Dundon, B. Flood, W.Owen-Prichard, W.F. Syndale

    Nursing Sisters L.E.C. Steen, L.E. March

    Due Southampton July 11.

 

    The Winifredian left Port Natal June 27 for Halifax with the following:

    2/Canadian Mtd. Rifles  – Lt.-Col. T.D.B. Evans, Majs. W.H. Merritt, G.W. Cameron, Capts. J.D. Moodie, J.H. Elmsley, R.G.E. Leckie, J.F. Macdonald, P.E. Thacker, I.R. Snider, Lt. & Adj. F. Church, Lt. & Qm. J.G. Graham, Lts. C.R. Tryon, J.C. Richards, R.H. Ryan, W.R. Marshall, A.F. Ashmead, F.H. Dixon, T.H. Callaghan, B. Carruthers, G.H. Kirkpatrick, H.S. Douglas, G.B. MacKay, F.H.W. Fishwick, E.P. Clarkson, H. Hian, H.B. Brunton, G.W.M. Farrell, H.J. Lambkin, J.D. Graham, J.W. Allan, S.J.A. De Mers, A.H. Gault, W.J. Loudon, C.P.B. Simpson, W.J. Rodden, Surg.-Majs. J.A. Devine, H.R. Duff, Vet. Capt. R. Riddell, Vet. Lt. A.E. James, and 656 men.

    10/Canadian Hospital  – Lt.-Col. A.N. Worthington, Capt. H.D. Johnson, Lts. J.A. Roberts, H.E. Trimayne, Drum, Civ. Surg. Whitton, and 40 men

    Canadian Sisters S. Forbes, F.E. Fortescue, M. McDonald, G.F. Pope, A.W. Scott, M. Smith

 

    The Monarch arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with over 500 remounts intended for South Africa , but which have been brought over to this country to train for military purposes.

 

London Times 05/07/02 (Saturday)

p8d    The Tagus left for England June 30 with the following on passage home:

    1/CG  – Lt.-Col. J.A.G. Drummond-Hay, Capt. C.E. Wyld, Lts. C.M.H. Massey, R.F. Peel, C.A. Bryce, F.J.O. Montagu, 2/Lt. C.J. Murray, and 496 men.

    2/CG  – Capts. J. McNeile, R.C.E. Skeffington-Smyth, Lts. F. Jenkins, C.W. Banbury, 2/Lt. W.L.C. Moore-Brabazon, and 321 men.

    1/SG  – Maj. B.F.S. Baden-Powell, Capt. J.S. Thorpe, Lts. J.B.L. Deane, A.B.E. Cator, C. Alexander, N.A. McNeill, and 479 men

    Staff  – Col. A.A. Garston

    6/DG  – Capt. A. du P.T. Cola

    Scots Greys  – Lt.-Col. W.H. Hippisley

    6/Dragoons  – Col. M.F. Rimington, C.B.

    19/Hussars  – Maj. P.W. Chetwode

    Reserve of Officers  – Lts. H.B. Jay, C.C. Harvey

    RFA  – Lt. Col. J.W.G. Dawkins

    6/R. Fus.  – Lt. R.J.I. Hesketh

    Gordon High.  – Maj. W. Campbell

    A & S High.  – Lt.-Col. E.B. Urmston

    I.Y.  – Lts. R.C.J. Stewart, G.H. Burnside

    RAMC  – Capt. C.F. Wansill

    N.S. Wales M.I.  – Lt. & Qm. R.R. Allen

    Western  L.H.  – Lt. J.H. Hale

    N.Z. M.I.  – Rev. A.W.H. Compton

    S.A.M.I.F.  – Capt. A.L. Cooper

    Civil Surg. H.G. Ellery

    Civil Vet. Surgs. F. Hopkins, N.C. Ayers, M.I. Stevenson

    Nursing Sisters N.V. Blythe, B.M. Bentham

    Due At. Vincent, July 12, Southampton July 19

 

    The Avondale Castle left for England June 30 with the following on passage home:

    For St. Helena:

    3/Sussex  – Capt. the Hon. J.S.R. Tufton

    4/Sussex  – Lt. C.S. Wilson

    For Southampton:

    5/Lancaster Fus.  – Lt.-Col. F.F. Mackenzie, Majs. H.S. Lockhart-Ross, H.C.E. Westropp, Capt. M. Higgin-Birket, Lts. G.C. Blair, A.H. Watson, E.L. Van Someran, W. Higgin-Birket, A.B.D. Moore, A.G. Dawson, 2/Lts. E.C. Boutflower, W.P. Armitage, R.A. Eakin, R. Lluellyn, Lt. & Qm. W. Bowes and 830 men.

    5/Irish Rifles  – Col. R.H. Wallace, Maj. J. Maidment-Morrison, Capts. T. Carson, F. Dixon, W.A. Hardy, J.L. Douie, C.G. Cole-Hamilton, E.M.G. McFerran, E.B.D. Chichester, W.T.S. Lauder, Lts. C.G. Rivett-Carnac, J.C.M. O’Donnell, G. Craig, P.S. Murray, E.V.H. Chatterton, 2/Lts. R.A. Boxham, F.T. Allen, C.D. Smyth, J.G. Montagu, F.B. Humphreys, C.W. Moore, F.F. O’Halloran, S.E. Armitage, Lt. & Qm. A. Henderson, and 596 men.

    Civil Surg. G.H. Braithwaite

    Nursing Sisters A. Thomas, A. Brown

    Due Southampton July 23

 

    The Assaye, with Lord Methuen on board, left Las Palmas for Southampton yesterday noon. Due Southampton July 9.

 

London Times 07/07/02 (Monday)

p8a    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday. The following were listed: 

    Liverpool   – 3 officers and 97 men

    Gloucester  – 1 officer and 17 men

    Scottish Cycle Co.  – 3 officers and 96 men

    Northamptonshire  – 1 officer and 40 men

    SR  – 1 officer and 35 men

    Seaforth High.  – 1 officer and 31 men

    W. Kent  – 1 officer and 53 men

    Detachments for Wiltshire & Sussex Regts.

    Staff (??) – Maj.-Gen. F.W. Kitchener

    RHA  – Lt.-Col. Wing

    5/Warwick  – Col. B.C. McCalmont

 

London Times 08/07/02 (Tuesday)

p5a & b    Dateline Las Palmas, July 7.        The Orotava, with Lord Kitchener on board, arrived here yesterday evening at 7 o’clock and sailed at 11 p.m. for Southampton .

    Dateline St. Helena, July 7.    The Avondale sailed from here with Col. Schiel and 7 other Boer prisoners for Europe. The Kirkfield sailed from here for Cape Town with General De Wet’s 2 sons, 2 Boer commandants, a captain and 4 other prisoners.

 

p11c & d    The Dunottar Castle left for England July 2 with the following on passage home:

    3/St. (?) Staffs  – Col. M.A.W. Broun, Lt.-Col. E.V.D. Pearse, Capts. C.E. Lord, G.J. Mitton, E.A.C. Wilson, A.L.K. Anderson, H.C.H. Marriott, C.S. Davidson, Lts. H. Weaver, H. Nevanas, 2/Lts. W.R.F. Cooper, R.S. Spurrier, P.D. Sexton, J.D. Lees, K.J. Maples, T.A. Stanley, C.H.S. Catty, A.H. Bibby, Lt. & Qm. W. Birch and 518 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. C.E. Knox, Col. J.L.C. St. Clair

    RHG  – Maj. W. Anstruther-Thomson

    10/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. C.E. McM. Kavanagh, Capt. Lord W.A. Cavendish-Bentinck

    21/Lancers  – Maj. P.A. Kinna, V.C.

    Remount Dept.  – Capt. Sir W. Jaffray

    RFA  – Lt.-Col. J.L. Keir

    RE  – Majs. F.G. Bond, H.R. Gale

    3/GG  – 2/Lt. A.W.J. Cecil

    1/Devon  – Col. C.W. Park

    R. Irish  – Lt.-Cols. W.R.B. Doran, B.J.C. Doran

    3/Yorks.  – Capt. A.L. Aspinall

    2/V.B. Worcester  – Capt. F. Checketts

    E. Lancs.  – Lt.-Col. T. Capper

    Dorset  – Col. C.H. Law

    S. Lancs.  – Lt.-Col. H.P. Shekleton

    Oxford L.I.  – Maj. R. Fanshawe

    Shropshire L.I.  – Col. J. Spens, Maj. O.H.E. Marescaux

    1/Manchester  – Col. A.E.R. Curran

    Seaforth High.  – Lt.-Col. C.J. Mackenzie

    Gordon High.  – Lt. D.S. Miller

    1/Cameron High.  – Col. J.S. Ewart

    RAMC  – Col. W. Donovan

    ISC  – Lt.-Col. S.D. Gordon

    Australian Horse  – Capt. G.E. Reid

    Civil Surg. P. Grant

    Nursing Sisters J.E. Sanders, L.M. Biggs

    Due Southampton July 19

 

    The Manchester Merchant left Point Natal on July 1 for Albany with the following:

    5/Aust. Commonwealth H.  –   Lt.-Col. J.M. Onslow, Capts. E.W.R. Soane, E.A. Blow, V.W. Ryrie, Lts. G.E. Gould, A.E.G. King, G.G. Geary, F.V. Bassly, W.P. Martin, B.B. Dickson, and 335 men

    7/Aust. Commonwealth H.  – Lt.-Col. H.G. Charvel, Maj. W.H.P. Plower, Capts. J.C. O’Brine, J.C.M. Leod, F.V. Nicholson, C.H. Brand, Lts, F.H. Wilson, F. Morden, G.A.C. Dods, V.B. Brodis and (unreadable) men

    8/Aust. Commonwealth H. – Lt. Col. Lemesurier, Maj. Osborne, Capts. Reid, Cook, Ogilvy, Roberts, Langly, Lts. L.L. Reid, Spencer, and 371 men

    4/Aust Commonwealth H.  – Capt. E.T. Thorne, Lts. W.W. Watson, J.R. Fawn, and 241 men.

    Doyle’s Scouts  – Lts. C.J.C. Philips and 33 men.

 

London Times 09/07/02 (Wednesday)

p12b    The Avoca left Point Natal for England, July 6 with the following invalids:

    RHA  – Lt. C.F. Holford

    2/Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. G.H. Hastings

    2/Norfolk  – Capt. W.C. Tonge

    I.Y.  – Lts. W.B. Pearch, J.C.S. Cameron

    1/S. Staffs.  – Capt. F.H. Parkin

    4/KRRC  – L. C.V.L. Poe

    2/Buffs  – Lt. F.W. Tomlinson

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Lts. G.F. Mallor, C.M. Vassar-Smith

    1/ Liverpool   – Lts. E.H. Tunson, E.H. Simpson

    Kitchener’s F.S.  – Lt. J.A.S. Sampson

    Civil Surg. J.M. Walker

    1/H.L.I.  – 2/Lt. C.H.M. McCallum

    7/DG  – 2/Lt. C.F. Heathcote

    1/V.B. York & Lancs.  – Lt. A.W. Upcher

    3/Cheshire  – Capt. F.L. Lloyd

    ASC  – Capt. A.S.M. Porter, (?)E.W. Brooke

    Scottish Horse  – Capt. J.R. McKenzie

    Aust. AMC  – Maj. R.N. Howse

    3/N.S.W. Bushmen  – Maj. J. Browne

    Nursing Sisters E. McLean, A. Parker, J. McIntyre

    Aust. Sister  – M. Mavins

    Rev. H.H. Schofield

    RAMC  – Maj. S. Butterworth

    Civil Surgs. F. Isherwood, W. Dick, J. Doherty, M.E. Odea, Caldwell

    Nursing Sisters J. Stephenson, M.E. Buse, A.G. Rees, E. Nixon, L.E. Snape, J.J. Walworth, S. Horsley

    Rev. Gardner

    3/Munster Fus.  – Lt. D. Abbott

    540 invalided men.

 

    The Cestrian left Point Natal on July 2 for Halifax. Due there 30 July.

    Canadian Mounted Rifles:

    3/Bn.  – Lt.-Col. N.A.S. Williams, Capts. C.T. Van Straubenzee, W.H. Henderson, S.A. McKenzie, W.W. Nasmyth, E.A. Arnoldi, Lts. A. Reid, C.H. Hill, E.H. Tott, P.B. Patterson, A.E. Shaw, C.S. Sparkes, P.W. Odlum, W.G. Bishop, W.P. Butcher and 409 men.

    4/Bn.  – Lt.-Col. Boulanger, Capts. Mackie, Good, Pope, Denning, Lts. Lawlor, Stewart, Sully, Williams, Dickie, Papineau, Surg.-Maj. Elliott and 406 men

    5/Bn.  – Lt.-Col. A.S. MacDonald, Capts. D.A.E. Strickland, A.W. Strange, F.B. Bayley, Lts. F. Crean, H.L. Hooper, C.C. Raven, H.H. Nash, J.B. Sargent, G. Worsnop, Lt.-Surg. Thomas, and 360 men

    6/BN.  – Lt.-Cols. Irving, Gordon, Capts. Uniack, Ross, Lts. Cooper, Garlshire, Broadburn, Robinson, Irvine, Sullivan, McKinley, Hollands and 424 men.

 

    The Britannic left Point Natal July 6 for Albany, Melbourne, & Wellington. These for Australia, Australian Commonwealth Horse:

    1/Bn.  – Lts. T.B. Johnson, T.L. Bowden, G.H.S. Harris, Vet. Lt. E. Barbeta & 4 men

    2/Bn.  – Lts. E.P. Pretty, C.N. Bidstrup and 3 men

    4/Bn.  – Capt. Mailer MacDonald, Surg.-Capt. Stackpole, Chaplain-Capt. Milne, Lts. F.W. Healy, H. MacDonald, H. Downer, S.T. Rickland, D.K. Messer, H. Dailley, Rodd, Vet.-Lt. D.T. Jones and 3 men

    8/Bn.  – Lts. Ward, Nordman, Mills, Farmer

    6/Bn.  – Maj. Hayter, Lts. Kessall, Cochraine, Mountjoy, Bell, Henty, Rowan, Power, Dobson, Beattice, Rogers, Vet.-Lt. Wilson, and 12 men.

    Aust. Med. Corps.  – Lts. James, Cades, Nursing Sisters E. Croft, E.V. Brooke

    For New Zealand:

    7th & 8th Contingents  – Capt. H.T.H. Heckler, Lt. J.E.L. Duigan and 82 men

    9/Cont.  – Surg.-Capt. Bakewell

    1/8/Cont.  – Col. R.H. Davis, Capts. R.S. Matthews, D. Polson, Todd, J. Cameron, H.C. Collett, Shera, W.J. O’Dowa, W.G. Mason, B.B.M. Taplin, C.L. Somerville, Lts. W. Pith, A.W. Roberts, A.S. Cunningham, G.J. Bullock, W.J. Parker, A.W. Wynyard Goss, Surg.-Maj. W. Pearless, Surg.-Capt. H.D. Eccles, Vet.-Capt. J.G. Clayton, and 450 men

    2/8/Cont.  – Col. E.M. Ghaylor, Capts. F. Colbeck, K.C.M. Lewin, A.A. Fooks, J. Hasleden, Lts. H. MacRenzie, G.W. Fergusson, R.J.C. Harper, S. Joyce, V.A. Kesall, J. de P. Manson, J. Martin, A. McNab, H.S. Orbell, L.G. O’Callaghan, A. Palmer, G.B. Peacock, C.A. Street, C.J. Smith, J.B. Vallance, Surg.-Capts. M.F. Fauchop, J.E. Rogers, Vet.-Capt. A.R. Young, and 445 men

    Due Albany Jul. 21, Melbourne July 28.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    09/07/02

p1    Dateline Durban, July 4.    The Cestrian    left here last night for Halifax with Canadian troops on board.

 

p17    The Kildonan Castle arrived here yesterday with the following named military passengers: Lt.-Col. Wyndham.

    The Briton sails today for England with the following named military passengers: Gen. Lucas Meyer, Cols. Sir Willian and Lady Knox, Lambert, Pultenay, H. Savage, Stuart, and Mrs. Allemby, Majs. Griffiths, Clifton Browne, J. Lewis, H. Maitland Kersey, Wormald, Lt. Dugdale, Lt. Moore, Capt. Carr, Lt Grant.

 

London Times 10/07/02 (Thursday)

p10b    The Assaye arrived Southampton yesterday. Lord Methuen on board and    57 officers and 786 Invalids, 255 time-expired men, 76 details.

 

London Times 11/07/02 (Friday)

p8a & b     Note Here: The Egyptian Army dinner guest list.  Col. F.I. Maxse, C.B., D.S.O.

 

p10c    The Gaika left for England July 5 with the following on passage home:

    5/R. Fus.  – Col. H.B. Weatherall, Maj. F.T.F. Scoones, Capts. E.B. Norton, A.F. Penny, C.M. Hastings, V.J.F. Smith, R.P. Jessel, Lts. P.A. Prescott-Roberts, P.H. Dean, H.A. Drewe-Mercer, J.E. McGwire, L.M. Smith, E.A. Jones, 2/Lts. C.O. Lambert, G.E. Rodwell, J.U. Kelly, A.H. Hopkinson, G. Frend, E.J.E. Cowell, Lt. & Qm. F. Sutton and 569 men.

    3/E. Surrey  – Maj. J.C. Worthington, Capts. H.D. Lawrence, W.J. Seton, A.J.D. Hay, R.C. Platt, Lts. G. Parnell, G.L. Watson, G.S. Briscoe, C.E. New, H.C. Rees, C.D. Home, A. Montgomery, E.E. Hodgson, F.W.H. Denton, 2/Lt. A.B. Hill, Lt. & Qm. W. Coleman, and 580 men.

    Lanarck Vol. Eng.  – Lt. J.H. Fleming and 16 men

    Middlesex Vol. Eng.  – Lt. H.H.S. Marsh and 22 men.

    1/Cheshire Vol. Eng.  – Lt. J.L. McLean and 19 men

    1/Yorks. Vol. Eng.  – 23 men

    Devon & Somerset Vol. Eng. Lt. G.H. Lake and 23 men

    R. Monmouth Mil. Eng.  – Maj. C.H. Paynter, Lts. C.F.J. Galloway, K.E. Digby and 94 men

    Vol. Co. R. Fus.  – Capt. E.G. Mercer, Lt. R.W. Ironside and 31 men

    2/Warwick  – 2/Lt. C. Burton

    I.Y.  – Capt. W.R.K. Mainwaring

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. E.O. Milward, Capt. G. St. C. Thom

    Canadian Med. S.C.  – Maj. G. Carleton Jones

    Nursing Sisters A. Luscombe, M.M.H. Holloway

    Due Southampton July 28

 

    The Mohawk left Point Natal for England July 7 with the following on passage home:

    8/N.Z. Mtd. Rifles  – Capts. E. Harrowell, J. Pringle, Lts. E. Saunders, H. Valentine, T.H. Foster, C.R. Morris, G.R. Cotterill and 39 men

    2/E. Surrey  – Lt.-Col. H.W. Pearse, Maj. F. White, and 100 men

    1/Black Watch  – Capt. T.O. Lloyd and 70 men

    2/Black Watch  – 5 men

    3/A & S High.  – 8 men

    1/St. Stafford  – Capt. H.E. Walshe and 100 men

    2/GG  – Maj. R.G. Gordon-Gilmour, Capt. Lord Ardee, Lts. J.A.C. Quilter, E.B. Loraine, H. St. L. Stucley, Lord F.G. Montagu-Douglas-Scott, E.G.B. Foster, Surg.-Maj. J.H.E. Austin, and 283 men

    2/SG  – Capt. A. Stirling, Lt. J.T. Carpenter-Garnier, 2/Lt. F.G. Alston and 248 men

    I.Y.  – Lts. J.B. Franklin-Adams, C.R. Barker, T. Fitzgerald, A.C. Pallant, H.M.E. Batchelor and 5 men

    ASC  – Lt.-Col. M.J. Godfrey

    Med. Staff  – Civil Surgs. W.M. Burke, W.E. Turner

    RAMC  – 9 men

    RAMC Mil.  – 5 men

    Rev. Turnbull

    Canadian Mtd. Rifles for Canada:

    2 Bn. – Lts. R.H. Moir, E. Allan, and 2 men

    4 Bn.  – Capt. Bolton, Lts. H. Cameron, Metzler

    Due Southampton July 31

 

    The Norfolk left Point Natal July 9 for Albany, Adelaide, & Melbourne with the following on passage home:

    Australian Commonwealth Horse:

    2 Bn.  – Lt.-Col. D. McLeish, Maj. E. Twey, Capts. E.A, Roberts, M.T. Kirby, J.H. Bruche, H.M. Pendlebury, W. De Passey, Rev. J. McInerney, Lt. & Qm. E.R. Andrews, Surg.-Lt. J.F. Bernard, Lts. C.R. Davies, F.O. Thorn, R.R. Garland, H.H. Bell, T.S. Cahill, F.C. Sickman, A.H. Press, D. Sandford, H.L.L. Balfour-Ogilvy, J. Powell, W.H. Thomson, C.L.M. Johnson, and 413 men

    4 Bn.  – Maj. W.G. Patterson, Capt. A.E. Collins, and 58 men

    Aust. Med. Corps  – Capt. L.D. Collins, and 22 men

    Doyle’s Scouts  – Lts. P.H. Priestly, W.H. Swan, J. McFarlane, Crichton and 52 men

    Due Albany July 27.

 

London Times 12/07/02 (Saturday)   

p7f    Dateline Southampton July 11, 8 p.m.    The Orotava, with Lord Kitchener and Sir John French on board, only passed Ushant at 4 30 p.m. this afternoon.

 

London Times 14/07/02 (Monday)

p6a-f    Dateline Southampton , Jul. 12.    The Orotava was signalled at Hurst Castle shortly after 6 o’clock this morning.  Page devoted to Lord Kitchener’s arrival, meetings, etc.

 

p7c    The Walmer Castle arrived Southampton Saturday morning with the following on passage home:

    Drafts of the following Regts:    Norfolk Mil. Arty., 1/Lancs. V. RE, Northampton V. RE, Durham V. RE, London V. RE, V.C. Northumberland Fus., 1/Suffolk, 2/Bedfordshire, V.C. Welsh Fus., V.C. Sussex, V.C. Oxfordshire L.I., V.C. L.N. Lancs., V.C. H.L.I., V.C. Gordon High., V.C. Cameron High., Composite Cyclist Corps.

    Staff  – Maj.-Gens. Bruce Hamilton, E.L. Elliot, Brig.-Gen. E.O.F. Hamilton, Cols. H. Cooper, R.K. Park

    1/Life Guards  – Lt.-Col. H.M. Grenfell, Capt. the Hon. F.E. Guest.

    10/Hussars – Capt. Sir J.P. Milbanke

    21/Lancers  – Lt. C.B. Pape

    Norfolk Mil. Arty.  – Col. Lord Coke

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

    ASC  – Maj. A.E. Delavoye

    ISC  – Col. J.E. Nixon, Lt.-Col. A. Phayre

 

London Times 15/07/02 (Tuesday)

p11b    The Englishman arrived at Colombo yesterday with troops returning from South Africa .

    The Hospital Ship Orcana arrived at Southampton yesterday and disembarked 24 officers and 300 time expired men and invalids.

   

    The Manchester Corporation arrived at Southampton from Canada with 500 horses.

 

London Times 16/07/02 (Wednesday)   

p11d-f        The Canada left for England July 8 with the following invalids:   

    12/Lancers  – Capt. D’A. Legard

    20/Hussars  – Lt. & Qm. J.N. Crawshaw   

    I.Y.  – Lt. F.P. Cocherell, Vet Lt. T.A.J. Anderson

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. E.M.E. Munus

    RGA  – Maj. W.H. Mills

    RE  – Lt. L. Evans

    London Vol. Eng.  – Lt. P.E. Adams

    2/GG  – Lt. D.W. Cameron

    Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. H.E.B. Leach

    2/Norfolk  – Lt. P.V.P. Stone

    3/Lincoln  – Lt. J. Billiat

    3/Devon  – Capt. R.M.V. Stead

    3/Cheshire  – Lt.-Col. L. Jones

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. A.G. Bayley

    2/Essex  – Lts. W.G. Charles, H.E. Crooker

    2/Northampton  – Capt. & Qm. J. Perrin

    5/Middlesex  – Lts. G.A.E. Poole, C.P. Roe

    1/Connaught R.  – Col. M.G. Moore

    RAMC  – Lt.- Col. R.P. Hetherington and F.J. Lambkin

    APD  – Capt. C.H. Moore

    Civil Surgs. S.H. Curry, M.D.E. Jordan

    Nursing Sister A.E. Tate

    Sick laying down , 59; sick convalescent, 362

    Wounded laying down, 8; wounded convalescent, 18

    With the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Gen. Sir C. Tucker, Maj.-Gen. G. Barton, Col. C.P. Ridley, Maj. E.H. Cox

    6/DG  – Maj. F.S. Garratt

    7/Hussars  – Maj. R.M. Poore

    9/Lancers  – Capt. T.M.H. Kincaid-Smith

    11/Hussars  – Lts. R.J.P. Anderson, D.S.O., C. von Essen Moberley

    13/Hussars  – Capt. H.J.J. Stern

    21/Lancers  – Capt. A.S. Pilcher

    Remount Dept.  – Capts. A.W.M. Richards, J. Pender, W.G. Cumming

    RA  – Lt.-Cols. P.J.R. Crampton, A.B. Scott, W.A.M. Thompson, Majs. H.F. Mercer, G.F. MacMunn, H.S. Jeudwine, Capts. A.E.C. Myers, F.W. Gosset, H.R. Peck, Lt. N.B. Inglefield, Lt. & Qm. T. Stoyle

    Dublin City Mil. Arty.  – Capt. W.D. O’Battley

    RE  – Col. E.H. Bethell, Majs. G.M. Kirkpatrick, H.B. Williams

    Aberdeen Vol. Eng.  – Lt. R.A. Duthie

    1/Yorkshire Vol. Eng.  – Lt. L.T. O’Shea

    I.Y.  – Capt. K.F. MacLachlan, Lts. C.W. Chalmers, R. Gray, Vet. Lt. W.G. Barnes

    3/W. Surrey  – 2/Lt. C.E.L. Bowen

    2/R. Fus.  – Lt. J.C. Hartley

    4/Warwick  – Maj. H.G. Fitton

    Cheshire  – Capt. R.J.F. Hayter

    Oxford L.I.  – Lt. the Hon. G.W.F.S. Foljambe

    1/KRRC  – Capt. Lord R.W.O. Manners

    4/N. Stafford  – Lt. F.J. Philips

    2/H.L.I.  – Capt. F.M. Sandys-Lumsdaine

    V.C. A & S High.  – Capt. J. Paton

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt. C.F. Aspinall

    Vet. Dept.  – Capt. R.P. Tomas

    RAMC  – Maj. A.P. Bloenkinsop

    W. India  – Capt. H.S. Oppenheimer

    I.S.C.  – Lt.-Col. G.A. Cookson, Maj. P. Holland-Pryer, Capt. W.S. Fraser

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capts. R.M. Heron, J.G. Legge

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Capt. L.W. Birt, Lts. G.O. Rees, F.C. Belson, N.S. Mansergh

    Western L.I.  – Lts. W. Judge, B. Featherstone, C. de M. Grant

    Brabant’s Horse  – Lt. E. Barren

    Bethune’s M.I.  – Lt. R.M.B. Needham

    Queensland Bush. Cont.  – Lt. T. Christie

    Duke Of Edinburgh’s Vol. Rifles  – Lt. W.C. Mountain

    1/ Imp. L.H.  – Capts. R.J. Bentinck, E.E. Dull, Lts. C.R.H. Gresson, J. Dryden

    Civil Surgs. R.E. Thompson, A.E. Ash, T.H. Body

    Civil Vet. Surgs. A. Frank, H.J. O’Neill

    Nursing Sisters K.S. MacQueen, E. Miller, E.H. Becher, E.M. McCarthy, C. McGowan, A.B. Smith, M.E. Greenham, M.M. Hanson

    Revs. W. Le Grave, A. Keane, A.R. Hoare

    Also the following Reservists:

    10/Hussars  – 101 men

    13/Hussars  – 99 men

    12/Lancers  – 60 men

    2/R. Fus.  – 101 men,

    1/KRRC  – 100 men

    Due Southampton July 25

 

    The Sicilia left for England July 8, with the following on passage home:

    6/DG  – Capt. O.L. Francis and 94 men

    2/GG  – Capts. the Hon. W.E. Cavendish, Lord Cavan, Lt. M.R.A. Cholmeley and 240 men

    2/R. Lancaster  – Capt. H.K. Clough and 100 men

    W. Yorkshire  – Capt. A.C. Daly and 103 men (2nd)

    2/E. Yorkshire  – Capt. H.R.S. Brown and 100 men

    2/N. Stafford  – Capt. S.C.G.F. Astell and 100 men

    1/ York & Lancaster  – Lt. H.W. Duckworth and 107 men

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. R.B. Gaisford

    1/DG  – Col. H.M. Owen, Maj. C.J. Briggs

    3/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. F.W.N. Wogan-Browne

    12/Lancers  – Maj. F. Wormald, Lt. A. Grant

    RA  – Majs. G. Wright, F.J.A. Trench, Lt. W.S.D. Craven

    RE  – Maj. H.B.H. Wright

    3/Border  – Capt. J. Norman

    2/Middlesex  – Lt. O.V. Forbes and 107 men

    1/ V.B. N. Stafford  – Lt. V.H. Goss

    London Scottish  – Lt. H.A.H. Newington

    ASC  – Maj. H.N. Sargent

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj. A. Lamb, Capt. H.R.S. Maitland

    N.Z. M.I.  – Maj. A.G.E. Bingley

    1/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Lt. G.W. Millard

    Imperial L.H.  – Lt. J. Emerton

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Lts. T.P.A. Rose, A.H. Pryor

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Vol. Rifles  – Lts. W.C. Arthur, J.H. Freeman

    Rev. E.F. Newman

    Civil Surgs. W. Fitzpatrick, Hampton

    Vet. Civil Surg. Wright

    R.N.  – Surgeon Fryer

    Nursing Sisters A.F. Hobbs, Crosby

    1/S. Lancashire  – 110 men

    Militia M.S.C.  – 20 men

    Due Southampton July 30

 

    The Dunolly Castle left for England July 10 with the following on passage home:

    12/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. G.F. Milner, Capts. S.G. Evans, W. Harland, C.F. Gurney, R.G.A. Lloyd, G.P. Jennings, G.J. Duff, H.G. McRew, Lts. W.J. Parry, C.H. Coleman, S.D. Terry, W. Lenton, W.L. Ambrose, J.C.E. Leslie, F. Jenkins, H.H. Heatley, H.T. Sullivan, H.J. Earle, A.H. Bunting, R.R. Scott, C.M. Porter, M.W. Corrie, G. Lorimer, R.O. Atcherley, H.C. Swaine, A.G.D. Capel, Lt. & Qm. G.E. Thomas and 558 men

    Tower Hamlets, Vol. Eng.  – Lt. J.F. Keen and 20 men

    Civil Surgs. D.J. Pierson, R.B. Hunt

    Nursing Sisters R. Gwyer, I.M. Searle

    Due Southampton Aug. 2

 

    The Briton left for England July 9 with the following on passage home:

    5/Manchester  – Col. H. CrosbieCapts. J.B. Aiken, J.F. Dempster, W.J. Boggie, J.C. Crawford, H.T. Pomfret, T. Dickin, Lts. H. De Regny-Irving, F.C. Cass, F.W.M. Leader, J.L. Murphy, C.E. Leng, O. Oakes, B.C.S. Clarke, T.B. Chatteris, 2/Lts. L.V. Murphy, A.J. Ellis, D.W.G. Jackson, C.H. Stainforth, C.A. Godwin, P.G. White, E.W.de T. Prevost, A.G. Stone, J.P. Inglefield, D.S. Jopling, A.R.F. Brenes, Lt. & Qm. G.E. Vickers and 795 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gens. Sir W.G. Knox, Sir J.G. Maxwell, Cols. T.P.B. Ternan, M.O. Little, Lt.-Col. J.H. Poett

    5/Lancers  – Lt. F.B. Dugdale

    16/Lancers  – Lt. S.T. More

    I.Y.  – Lts. W.S. Goss, M.G.S. Sheriff

    RA  – Majs. R.A.K. Montgomery, F.H.G. Stanton, G.S. Nairne

    SG  – Col. W.P. Pulteney

    Buffs  – Lt.-Col. E.C.J. Williams

    R. Fus.  – Lt.-Col. C.F. Heyworth-Savage, Lt. S. Phillips

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – Maj. E.G. Tidswell and 100 men

    2/Scots Fus.  – Lt.-Col. W.A. Young and 99 men

    1/L.N. Lancashire  – Lt. F.H.E. Torbett and 107 men

    3/Seaforth High.  – Lt. W.B.J. Reid

    1/Cameron High.  – Capt. A.D. Nicholson

    1/Irish Rifles  – 2/Lt. G.A. Chatterton

    I.S.C.  – Maj. O.B.F.S. Shore

    ASC  – Capt. F.P.S. Taylor

    Cape Pioneer Rly. Reg.  – Lt. J.H.G. Lawrence

    RAMC  – Maj. E.M. Hassard

    Civil Surgs. C.D. Hatrick, C.J. Baker

    Nursing Sisters C.E. Badreyo, E.E. March

    Militia M.S.C.  – 6 men

    Due Southampton Jul. 28.

 

    The Umlazi left Point Natal July 12 for Colombo and Calcutta:

    Guides  – (For Bombay) Capt. F.G.H. Davies

    For Calcutta:

    RE  – Capt. J.M.C. Colvin

    5/DG  – Lt. J. Norwood

    2/Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. C.F. Knaggs

    Due Calcutta Aug. 7

 

    The Orient left Point Natal July 11 for Albany, Melbourne and Wellington with the following:

    9/N.Z. Contingent, North Island  – Maj. S. O’Brien, Capts. J.B. Beale, R.W.B. Chambers, A.W.A. Connoll, F.A. Wood, C. Beckett, W.F. Henderson, Lts. A.M.W. Coventry, N.W.L. Main, G.E.B. Mickle, H.I. MacDonald, T. Taylor, I.G.E. Hawkesly, R. Porter, W.H. Kingsley, H.G. Lewis, T.G.A. Richardson, W.H. Sandle, I. Gwatkin, E. Quinlan, W. Handyside, F.F. Neale, J.W. Gallaway, Med.-Capt. F.W. King, Chaplain-Capt. D.C. Bates, and 516 men

    South Island  – Maj. O.C. Abbott, Capts. J.J. Clarke, J.N. Nicholson, T.P. Halpin, McOillan, Edon, Marshall, Ross, Richardson, Lts. W.E. Christie, Jack, Wilkie, Chesney, Collins, Haylett, Rayne, Algie, Smith, Newman, Orbeli, P. Cotton, Graham, Wray, Smythe, Black, Capstick, Johnson, Richards, McLeod, Lorringan, T.G. Smith, Hawdon, Wilson, Surg.-Capt. Falconer, Vet.-Lts. G. Henderson, Franks, Chaplain-Capt. Dutton and 527 men

    3/N.S.W. M.I.  – Capts. P. McDonald, Hungerford, J.H. Peck, S.F. Stokes, Lts. D.C. Price, J.W. Binstead, A.S. Barnett, D. Drummond, C. Brann, H. Waters, J.W. Stewart, G.L.H. Dendney, W. Moffitt, N.M. Pearce, C.M. Featherstonbaugh, H.E. Hindmarsh, Vet.-Lt. Symonds

    8/N.Z. M.I.  – Lt. T.J. Gardner and 2 men

    10/N.Z. M.I.  – 51 men

    2/N.S.W. M.I.  – 5 men

    Victorian M.I.  – 1 man

    Queensland Imp. Bush.  – 5th- 1 man, 6th- 8 men

    S. Aust. Bush.  – 2 men

    Aust. Scouts.  – 3 men

    Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Capt. H. Yaldwyn, Lt. T. Germaine, Vet.-Lt. B.B. Loel

    Nursing Sisters A.H. Hiatt, A.G. Cooks

    Due Albany July 24

 

    The Drayton Grange left Point Natal July 11 for Albany, Adelaide, and Melbourne with the following:

    1/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Col. J.S. Lyster, Lt. Col. J.H.A. Lee, Capts. H.J. Cox Taylor, R.E. Zouch, J.K. Berry, A.E. Forrest, A.W.B. Percival, Chaplain G.S. Oakes, Lts. C.B.B. White, J. Apps, H. Vec, Surg.-Capt. Gillies and 417 men

    3/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Lt.-Col. R. Wallace, Capts. F.A. Dove, G. Wynne, A. Fullerton, A. Morrisby, S. Nicholson, R. Shadler, R.R. Creer, Lt. Crichton, Maj. R. Murray (attd. to Aust. Arty.) and 482 men

    6/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Lt.-Col. G.G.H. Irving, Capts. E.E. Riglotti, V.J.P. Hennessy, Lts. A.C. Coghill, A.N. Prigg, J.F. Stebbins, Surg.-Capt. D.A. Shields and 372 men

    3/N.S.W. Imp. Bush.  – Lt.-Col. the Hon. Rupert Carington, Capts. G.E. Mylne, C.A. Lee, C.E.A. Middleton, Lts. A.E. Wearne, C.W. Houthey and 330 men

    4/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Lt.-Col. Johnstone, Lts. Esdaile, Houston, Robertson and 82 men

    5/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – 5 men

    7/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – 37 men

    8/Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – 2 men

    Doyle’s Scouts  – 19 men

    5/Queensland Imp. Bush.  – Lt.-Col. Flewell Smith

    Scottish Horse  – Capt. Long Innes and 144 men

    Aust. Med. Corps  – 1 warrant officer and 44 men

    Due Albany July 27

 

    The Colombian left Port Elizabeth for Southampton July 10 with the following on passage home:

    15/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. A.C. Baillie, Capt. and Adj. D. Deane (I.S.C.), Capts. C.C. Stone, R. Hamilton Stubber (1/L.G.), the Hon. E. Thesiger, Lts. H.C. Manders, F.W. Aston, J. O’Callaghan, C.G.N. Watts, A.F.T. Meikle, B. Kennedy, H.W.W. Swann, F.W. Foster, L.C. de L. Le Champion, T.L. Price, C.H. Domville, W.T. Bridges, A.H. Watts, Vet.-Lt. H.C. Taylor, and 323 men

    RHA  – Capt. G.R. FitzR. Talbot

    5/RFA  – Lt. D.W. Roberts and 30 men

    9/RFA  – 34 men

    17/RFA  – 29 men

    Civil Vet. Surg. J. O’Brien

    Civil Surg. F.G. Alderdice

    Nursing Sisters Fraser, McDonald

    Due Southampton Aug. 2.

 

    The Victorian left for England July 9 with the following on passage home:

    17/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. F.L. Banon, Capts. H.H. Hewlings, H.H. Syer, W. Gill, L.F. Devenish-Meares, Lts. L.T.H. Leland, A.R. Barker, A.L. Lintott, A.H. Guy, E.L. Lester, H.L. Thomas, F.E.L. Philp, A. Silver, Lt. & Qm. F.G. Walker and 315 men

    RA  – Col. T.S. Baldock

    5/DG  – Lt. P.E. Hardwick and 101 men

    Res. of Off.  – Maj. C.F. Lindsell

    Limerick City Mil. Arty.  – Lt.-Col. W.A. Bentley

    7/R. Fus,  – Lt. H.G. Grist

    3/Gloucester  – Capt. A.I. Menzies

    1/ H.L.I.  – Maj. J. Richardson and 100 men

    4/H.L.I.  – Capt. A.W. Jones

    RAMC  – Maj. F.R. Newland

    Civil Surg. R.A. Slessor

    Civil Vet. Surg. Tinkler

    Nursing Sisters Lees, Chitty

    2/Gloucester  – 100 men

    Due Southampton July 29.

 

    The Corinthian left East London for Southampton July 12 with the following on passage home:

    2/Gloucester  – Maj. C.J. Vines, Lt. J.R. Wethered and 100 men

    2/Bedford  – Lts. H. Featherstonhaugh, W.H. Boteler and 100 men

    2/Norfolk  – Capt. C.C. Blackburn and 100 men

    1/ R. Irish Fus.  – Capt. H. McConaghy and 100 men

    4/Derby  – 2/Lt. W.B. Lang

    2/W. Surrey  – Capt. L.M. Crofts, Lt. J.E.C. Wilcox and 99 men

    1/Sussex  – Capt. F.W. Robinson, Lt. H.S. Ashworth and 98 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. R.J.L. Fayle

    1 Civil Surg., 4 Nursing Sisters , 24 RAMC reservists.

    Due Southampton, via St. Vincent, Aug. 6.

 

    The Ionian left Liverpool yesterday deafts numbering 16 officers, 2 warrant officers and 688 men for the following Regts. in South Africa .

    R. W. Surrey, S.Wales Borderers, R. Irish, & S. Staffordshire Regts.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   16/07/02

p22    The Saxon has arrived from England with the following named military passengers: Lt.-Col. G. Wyndham.

    The Carisbrook Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Lt. Viscount Cole, Col. & Mrs. Calvin, Gen. Willson, Gen. Sir H. Dickson, Cols. McIntosh, Laming, Backhouse, Kays, Majs. Smythe, Dauncey, Majs. Guinness, Johnstone, Capts. Leschallas, Dickin, Lumsden, South, Longueville, Mather, Bannatyne, Dorien-Smith, Church, Kirts, Lts. Gibbs, Gordon, Legall, Hankey, Evans, Hall, Sug, James, Coles, Macdonald, Thorneycroft, Villiers, Mills, G. Briggs, Watt, Creagh Scott, A. Thorburn, Gibbs, Sinclair Garch, Royd, Cooper, Capt. Goning, Lt. Brambly, Lt. Mason, Sgt. Snowden, Lts. Schneider, Brawn, Love, & Gascoyne.

 

p23    Dateline London, July 13.    The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday with Kitchener on board.

 

London Times 17/07/02 (Thursday)

p3b    Dateline Berlin, July 16.    Article on repatriation of German P.O.W.  110German P.O.W. in Ceylon. July 8, 7 officers and 48 men left in the North-German Lloyd steamer Oldenburg. 8 left Colombo July 9 in the German East African Co.’s steamer Sultan, for East Africa. The rest are expected to leave Colombo Aug. 12 bu the North-German Lloyd steamer Gera. 13 prisoners left Bermuda on July 11 on the N-G L. Roland. G.E.A. Co.’s steamer Herzog is expected to call at St. Helena.   

 

p9b    The Wakool arrived at Southampton yesterday with 9 officers and 454 men of the 3/Buffs, from St Helena, commanded by Col. T.F. Brinckman, C.B.. Also there were nearly 300 time expired men from South Africa . Capt. Lord Cassillis, 3/R. Scots Fus. was also a passenger. The Wakool also took the 3/R. Sussex to St. Helena.

   

    The Syria embarked at Queenstown yesterday 9 officers and 881 men for South Africa . Will call at St. Helena.

 

    The Hortensius, from St. John, N.B. arrived at Queenstown yesterday with 500 horses that will be landed here. Originally intended for South Africa .

 

London Times 18/07/02 (Friday)

p9b    The Montrose left Point Natal on July 15 for Albany, Melbourne, and Wellington with the following:

    10/N.Z. Contingent, 1st Regt. – Maj. A.W. Andrew, Capts. E. Davy, C. Browne, F. Chapman, J. Mitchell. Paymaster Mabin, Lts. Clarke, Paul, Smith, Whyte, Med. Surg. Maj. MacKenzie, Vet. Capt. Towers and 355 men

    2nd Regt.  – Maj. W.S. Pennycock, Capts. R. Stevenson, D. Cosgreve, R.J. Brenner, D. Luxford, E. Hooper, C. Morrison, Lts. T.J. Mailing, J.W. Garland, H.R.S. Corlett, P.A. Keddell, S.L. Jones, J.W. Durham, A.J. Glasson, J.F. Butler, W.J. Stevens and 439 men

    Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – 1/ 7men, 3/2 men, 5/ 10 men, 6/ Capt. Strong and 2 men, 7/ 9 men, 8/ 1 corporal.

    3/Imp. Bushmen  – 2 men

    6/Queensland Imp. Bushmen  – Lt. I.W. Elston

    2/Tasmanian Bushmen  – 1 corporal

    3/N.S.W. Bushmen  – 4 men

    3/N.S.W. M.I.  – 4 men

    2/N.S.W. M.I.  – 1 man

    5/Victorian M.I.  – 1 man

    Doyle’s Scouts  – 1 man

    Bechuanaland Rifles  – 1 warrant officer and 7 men

    6/N. Z. M.I.  – 1 man

    8/N.Z.M.I.  – 7 men

    9/N.Z.M.I.  – 2 men

    Invalids:

    3/N.S.W. Bush.  – Lt. Taylor

    9/N.Z.M.I.  – Maj. H.D. Jackson

    3/ Australian Commonwealth  – Lt. J.R. Conilly and 6 men

    2/Australian Commonwealth  – 2 men

    5/Australian Commonwealth  – 3 men

    6/Australian Commonwealth  – 8 men

    7/Australian Commonwealth  – 7 men

    8/Australian Commonwealth  – 5 men

    1/Australian Commonwealth  – 4 men

    3/N.S.W. Imp. Bush.  – 3 men

    5/Queensland Imp. Bush.  – 1 bugler

    S. Aust. Bush.  – 1 man

    Doyle’s Scouts  – 1 sergeant

    8/N.S.W. M.I.  – 2 men

    9/N.S.W. M.I.  – 5 men

    7/N.S.W. M.I.  – 2 men

    Medical Staff:

    Civil Surg. Salkeld

    Nursing Sisters E.J. Gourd, J.B. Johnstone, W. Heel, L.R. Woolcombe, E.O. Rowley

    Due Albany Aug. 31 (?)

 

    The Ionian left Queenstown yesterday for South Africa with drafts for RS, 1/A & S High., RB, total of 8 officers 838 men

 

    The Palawan left Royal Albert Docks yesterday for South Africa with 8 officers, 7 warrant officers and 203 men.

 

London Times 19/07/02 (Saturday)

p13c - d     Note here L.G. Kitchener’s despatch with M.I.D.

 

London Times 21/07/02 (Monday)

p5b    Dateline Lisbon, July 19.    "The Boers who have been quartered in barracks in different parts of Portugal arrived in Lisbon to-day to embark on board the transport Bavarian, which left for Cape Town at 6 o’clock with about 900 Boers on board.”

p6a    The German left Cape Town for England July 9 with the following on passage home:

    Vol. Co. York & Lancs.  – E.W. Longden and 36 men

    Vol. Co.  W. Riding  –  Lt. L.H. Palmer and 23 men

    Vol. Co. S. Lancs  – Lt. E.F. Willcocks and 26 men

    Vol. Co. Scottish Bord.  – Lt. J. Stevenson and 60 men

    Vol. Co. E. Surrey  – 2/Lt. E.V. Bayliss and 21 men

    Vol. Co. Middlesex  – Lt. H.V. Kershaw and 53 men

    Vol. Co. Border  – Lt. F.P.N. Dunne and 23 men

    Vol. Co. Derby  – Lt. J.E. Blackwall and 18 men

    Vol. Co. Welsh  – Lt. W.H. Edmond-Jenkins and 53 men

    Vol. Co. Cheshire  – Capt. J. Bates, Lts. T. Ridgway, L.V. Walker, H.L. Moir and 116 men

    Vol. Co. Buffs  – Lts. W. Wyllie, J.R. Manderson and 20 men

    Vol. Co. S. Staffs.  – Capt. V.J. Magrane and 110 men

    Vol. Co. R. Scots Fus.  – Lt. J. Alexander and 21 men

    Vol. Co. Hants.  – Lt. C.G. Young and 49 men

    Vol. Co. Liverpool  – Lts. J.W. Fisher, H.D. Read and 42 men

    Vol. Co. W. Yorks.  – Lt. A.W. Hill and 23 men

    Vol. Co. Durham L.I.  – Capt. E.S. Strangwayes, Lts. H. Ensor, P.P. Wilson and 90 men

    Vol. Co. Manchester  – Capt. J.N. Eaton, Lts. G.K. Dury, C.J. Slade and 82 men

    Vol. Co. Norfolk  – Lts. J.H. Holston, H. Diver and 58 men

    Vol. Co. R. Lancs.  – Lts. C.G. Bradley, W.B. Harte and 18 men

    Vol. Co. Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. C.S. Lakeman, Lts. A.C. Bealey, W. Wike and 111 men

    Vol. Co. S. Wales Bord.  – Lt. E.W. Hitchcox, S.G. Mullock and 29 men

    Vol. Co. Yorks. L.I.  – Lt. E.C. St. G. Stockwell and 19 men

    Vol. Co. A. & S. High.  – Capt. G.H. Black, Lts. J.M. Lamont, H.R. Rae, S. Foulds, and 94 men

    Newcastle-on-Tyne Vol. Eng.  – Capt. R.M. Rodgers and 19 men

    Vol. Co. Black Watch  – Capt. J. Buyers, Lts. C.E.C. Walker, T. Ferguson and 88 men

    Vol. Co. Essex  – 43 men

    Vol. Co. N. Staffs.  – 28 men

    Aberdeen Vol. Eng.  – 17 men

    RE  – Lt. H. Jackson

    RS  – Lt. P.W. Stewart

    Civil Surgs. L.C.M. Wedderturn, W.E. Burnand

    RAMC  – 6 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 1.

 

    The City of Vienna arrived at Southampton Saturday morning at 10 30 a.m. with 3/GG, consisting of 17 officers and 1,018 men, Maj. the Hon. G. Legh in command.

 

    The Tagus arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with the following:

    1/CG  – 496 men

    2/CG  – 321 men

    1/SG  – 479 men

    Details

    Total was 38 officers and 1,335 men

 

    The Dunottar Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday morning with the 3/S. Stafford Regt. consisting of 19 officers and 581 men , Col. M.A. Brown, commanding.  Maj.-Gen. Sir C. Knox was also a passenger.

 

London Times 22/07/02 (Tuesday)

p5a    Dateline Durban, July 20.      400 repatriated Boers arrived from Colombo Saturday.

 

p11b    Revised passengers on board Corinthian, East London for London, add:

    Civil Surg. C.M. Ekins

    Nursing Sisters A,M Poulter, A. Rogers, A. Cleghorn, F. Epton.

 

    The Staffordshire left for England July 14 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. W.H. Sawyer

    6/DG  – Lt. W.O. Upton-Cottrell-Dormer

    7/Hussars  – 2/Lt. N.J.B. Whitehead and 98 men

    12 Lancers  – Lt. J.N.P. Wood and 98 men

    Remount  – Lt.-Col. H. Graham, Capt. R. Macfarlane

    RA  – Col. J.W. Dunlop, Capts. R.T.C. Herbert, J.G. Phillips, W.G. Bedford, W.A. Allpress, Lts. W.W. Jelf, J.V.P. Hawksley, J.G.B. Allardyce

    Tipperary Mil. Arty.  – Capt. D.E. Shine

    RE  – Maj. V. Murray, Capt. W.V. Scudamore

    CG  – Maj. G. Fremantle, Capt. E.T.H. Hanbury-Tracey

    Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. R.F. Gatehouse and 101 men

    2/Cheshire  – Maj. R.P. Grove and 101 men

    W. Riding  – Capt. H.W. Beeher and 99 men

    2/V.B. S. Stafford  – Lt. A.W. Bleckley

    2/Dorset  – Maj. W.K. Arnold and 100 men

    3/Essex  – Capt. E.S. Penrose

    3/ V.B. Essex  – Lt. J.F.G. Fitzpatrick

    KRRC  – Capt. R.G. Jelf, Lt. H.B.P.L. Kennedy and 97 men

    1/Gordon High.  – Capt. J.M. McLaren and 108 men

    3/Gordon High.  – Lts. the Hon. A.E. Crichton, H.H. Kennedy

    6/Irish Rifles  – Lt. J.F. Martyr

    4/Leinster  – Maj. T.E.W. Willington, Lt. G.H. Atkinson

    5/Leinster  – Lt. R.J. Filgate

    Dublin Fus.  – Capt. E.A. Molesworth and 99 men

    RB  – Capt. A.A. Dorrien-Smith

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. J.M. Irwin

    N.Z. M.I.  – Lts. R.H.F. Dumaresma, J.N. Hamer

    Western L.H.  – Capt. J.M. Gillespie

    Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Vol. Rifles  – Lt. T.G.A. Miller

    Cape Pioneer Rly.  – Capt. W.H. Roe

    Damant’s Horse  – Lt. A.M. Walker

    Kimberley L.H.  – Lt. A.H. Bintley

    BSAP  – Lt. H. Chapman,

    Bechuanaland Rifles  – Lt. T.E.P. More

    Civil Vet. Surgs. E.R. Forbes, A.L. Leather

    Civil Surgs. T.F. Telford, H.A. Wiseman, D.F. Roberts

    Nursing Sisters M. Simey, A.A. Knight

    RHA  – 103 men

    RFA  – 102 men

    RGA  – 2 men

    ASC  – 18 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 02.

 

    The Pembroke Castle left for England July 15 with the following on passage home:

    8/Hussars  – Capt. F.W. Mussenden, 2/Lt. J.C. Brutton and 201 men

    I.Y.  – Capt. F.G.W. Jones

    Remount  – Lt. C.J. Manners-Sutton

    RA  –  Capt. H.C.T. Hildyard, Lts. G.F.S. Tuke, T.S. Dick-Cleland and 38 men

    RE  – Capt. E. Barnardistan

    1/R. Scots  – Capt. E.F. Annand and 105 men

    2/W. Surrey  – Capt. H.M. Cowper, Lt. R.H. Mangles and 100 men

    1/ Liverpool  – Capt. R.C.R. Jones and 98 men

    4/Devon  – Maj. H.A.S. Bridge

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt. F.R. Cockburn

    1/Manchester  – Capt. D.R. Paton and 100 men

    2/Irish Rifles  – Capt. H.J. Morphy and 103 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. B.W. Somerville-Large, Maj. J. Donaldson

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capt. J. Newman, A.H. Moyes

    Queensland M.I.  – Capt. H. Bailey

    Canadian Scouts  – Capt. A.V. Vaghan

    2/Canadian M.I.  – Capt. R.G.E. Leckie

    Imp. L.H.  – Lt. S. Norton-Taylor

    Civil Surgs. A. Ingram, C. McMaster, R. Carswell

    Nursing Sisters M. Careswell, M.L. Harris, M.O.C. McCreery

     ASC  – 35 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 6.

 

    The Custodian left for England July 15 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Lt.-Col. R.H. Morrison

    14/Hussars  – Lt. J. Halliday

    18/Hussars  – Lt. C.V. Clarke, D.S.O. and 100  men

    19/Hussars  – Capt. G.A. Egerton and 100 men

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.P. Barchard

    RA  – Maj. P.H. Slee, Lts. V. Asser, D.W.L. Spiller, J.W. Scott, E.F. St. John

    Welsh  – Maj. W.V. Pennefather

    Irish Fus.  – Lt.-Col. R.S.H. Moody, Lts. M.J. Furnell, J. Millerd (3 Bn.) and 96 men

    ISC  – Lt.-Col. M.H.S. Grover

    Vet. Dept.  – Capt. E.E. Martin, J. Brand

    Aust. Commonwealth Horse  – Capt. J.E. Robertson, Lt. C.W. St. J. Clarke and 30 men

    Johannesburg M.R.  – Lt. F. St. G. Gilbert

    2/ Imp. L.H.  – Lt. B. Young

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

    BSAP  – Capt. W.E. St. John

    Rev. F.A. Hill

    Civil Surgs. C.M. Robston, H.E. Scowcroft, W.E. Pritchard

    RFA  – 182  men

    RAMC  – 12 men

    RGA  – 7 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 12

 

    The Malta left for England July 14 with the following on passage home:

    6/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. W.K. Hamilton-Campbell, Capts. J.G. Orr, P.B. Highet, J.C. Stewart, Lts. H.C. Heenan, R.P. Matheson, H.S. Burrough, C.H. Wylde, J.M.R. Richie, J.A. McEwen, L. Maberley, G.K. Anderson, G.E. Adamson, F.H. Kemp-Potter, D.H. Greig, J. St. C. MacGregor, R.S. Francis, F.A. Flint, W.L. Swan, A.W. Read, Lt. & Qm. W. Kennedy and 531 men

    7/I.Y.  – Maj. H.D. de Pree, Capt. A. Ferguson, C.W. Lovell, G.B. Bennett, E.S. Woodiwiss, Lts. J.M. Pye-Smith, J.M. Rosseter, R. Philipson-Stow, J.L. Bennett, S. Brighouse, O. Field, R.W. Cousins, J.A. Ford, G.H. Digby, G.B.S. Walrond, E.S. Clarke, R. Anderson, P.C. Gregory, C. Bishop, Lt. & Qm. W.P. Parsons and 453 men

    2/Cheshire Vol. Eng.  – Lt. E. Davenport and 43 men

    Staff  – Capt. Lord Romilly

    6/DG  – Maj. W.J.C. Butler

    1/R. Dragoons  – Lt.-Col. Lord Basing

    5/Lancers  – Capt. R.C. Browne-Clayton

    6/Dragoons  – Maj. G.K. Ansell

    13/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. C. Williams

    RA  – Capt. G.T. Brierley

    2/V.B. N. Stafford  – Lt. J.H.P. Clarson

    3/Munster Fus.  – Lt. L.T.C. Richardson

    RAMC  – Maj. J.W. Cockerill and 13 men

    Rev. Mullineux

    Civil Surg. A.J. McClymont

    Nursing Sisters A. Guthrie, A.J. Moffat

    Aust. Commonwealth Regt.  – 22 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 4.

 

    Note Here: "A Reuter telegram from Durban of Sunday’s date states that last week 10,000 troops embarked for home.”

 

London Times 23/07/02 (Wednesday)

p5b    Dateline Halifax, N.S., July 22.    The Winifredian, with the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles on board, arrived here to-day from South Africa , all well.

 

p7c    The Carisbrook Castle left for England July 16 with the following on passage home:

    10/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. E.R. Murray, Capts. H.J.I. Brown, A.G. Purves, E.C. Sell, T.C. MacK. T. Hogg, Lts. R.M.W. Selby-Lowndes, R.W. Murray, H.H. Fenner, P.B.Duff, P.B. Shaw, N.J.M. Archdall, C.P. Hill, L. Bigge, C.R.D. Clerinson, H.E. Knox-Little, E.D. Powell, W.T. Gornall, and 321 men

    Elect. Eng.  – Capts. the Hon. R.C. Craven, J.E. Pearce, Lts. A.P. Lambert, T. Rich, J. Clarke, and 100 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. M.W. Willson, Brig.-Gen. H.G. Dixon

    1/R. Dragoons  – Lts. H.W.A. Ripley, H.M.L. Lambert, Lord A.R. Innes-Ker

    3/DG  – Lt. S.R.A. Hankey

    6/Dragoons  – Maj. T.H.E. Dauncey, Lt. A.R. Gibbs

    7/Hussars  – Lt. W. Gibbs

    9/Lancers  – Lt.-Col. F.F. Colvin

    13/Hussars  – Capt. J.F. Church

    14/Hussars  – Lts. J.B. Walker, W.R. Campbell

    20/Hussars  – Maj. A.M.B. Jones, Capt. A. Goring, Lts. E.W.P. Love, A.W. Jennings-Bramly, P.G. Mason, F.K. Gascoyne, B.A.P. Shreiber, G.W. Browne

    21/Lancers  – Maj. R.N. Smyth

    RA  – Lt.-Col. R.A.G. Harrison, Maj. C.D. Guinness, Capt. R.H. Hare

    I.Y.  – Lt. R.B. Lucas

    3/GG  – Col. E.M.S. Crabbe

    2/R. Fus.  – Lt. M.O. Clarke

    2/E. Kent  – Lt.-Col. J. Blackhouse

    1/Northumberland Fus.  – Lts. P.B. Evans, E.B. Gordon, G.M. James, R.G. Coles, A.G. L’E. Le Gallais

    1/Scot Fus.  – Lt. G.C. Briggs

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Capt. L.F. Scott

    L.N. Lancs.  – Col. R.G. Kekewich

    KRRC  – Lt.-Col. W.S. Kays, Capt. L.F. Philips

    2/Manchester  – Lt. C.M. Thorneycroft

    1/A. & S. High.  – Capt. H.B. Kirk, Lts. A.B. Thorburn, J.C. Scott

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt. C.H. Jardine and 101 men

    RAMC  – Col. F.W. Trevor and 15 men

    Civil Surgs. McDougall, G.O. Richardson

    Nursing Sisters J.B.B. Bell, Wohlman

    Due Southampton Aug. 2.

 

    The Ortona left Southampton yesterday for South Africa with 30 officers and 1,375 men, drafts for Devons, Somerset L.I., Gloucesters, Welsh, Dublin Fus., W.Yorks, SR, and Northamptonshire Regiments.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    23/07/02   Nothing Noted

London Times 24/07/02 (Thursday)

p11c    The St. Andrew left for England July 16 with the following on passage home:

    21/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. A.W. Jarvis, Capts. H. Harbord, A.G. Uniacke, C.F. Nesham, J.R. Hanson, G.J. O’Connell, C.D. Mackenzie, F.A.E. Godwin, Lts. A.W. White, D.H.J. Christie, J.S. Orr, C. Benwell, and 484 men

    3/Devon  – Capt. J.M. Gill and 100 men

    2/Somerset L.I.  – Capt. F.M. Peacock and 102 men

    1/Leicester  – Lt. F.D. Harrison and 99 men

    2/SR  – Lt. E.S. Girdwood and 99 men

    S. Lancashire  – Maj. J.A. Moggridge

    1/Essex  – Lt. H.R. Bowen and 100 men

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – Capt. J.D. Doull and 99 men

    KRRC  – Capt. the Hon. C.S.G. Canning and 99 men

    2/Manchester  – Lt. C. Richardsonn and 100 men

    4/Durham L.I.  – Lt. E.O.F. Smith

    RB  – Capt. H. Tabbort and 101 men

    Thorneycroft’s M.I.  – Capt. N.K. Prettejohn

    5/C.M.R.  – Lt. A.A. Vernon and 49 men

    ASC  – Lt.-Col. C.E. Wyncoll

    Civil Surgs. D.S. Wylie, W.R. Kemp 

    1/Durham L.I.  – 100 men

    RAMC  – 15 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 10.

 

    The Harlech Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with 17 officers and 521 men from South Africa .

 

    The Avondale Castle arrived at Queenstown yesterday with 1,600 troops on board and disembarked the 5/R. Irish Rifles consisting of about 24 officers and 596 men

 

London Times 25/07/02 (Friday)

p3a    Dateline Simla, July 24.    "Eleven hundred Boer prisoners, mainly from Madras, and 400 from Ceylon will sail by the Golconda and the Englishman at the end of the month for Cape Town .”

 

p9a    The Goorkha left Cape Town for England July 19 with the following on passage home:

    4/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. T.E. Harrison, Maj. J. Armstrong, Capts. F.S. Goulden, M.L. Paget, G. Emerson, H.G.D. Thompson, D.H. Macdonell, E.A. Dorrell, W.H. Chattaway, Lts. R.G. Furley, E.R. Tomlinson, R.H.T. Handcock, C.W. Hammerton, H.I. Robinson, O.A.E. Green, H. Greene, E.C.M. Layton, N. Biggs, G. P. Lempriere, H.R. Thomas, A.E. Hanson, C.A. Cutbill, E.F.T. Ritchie, L.V. St. V. Nepean, G.P. Madden, D. Spurling, C. Peel, H.W.L. Parker, C. Dent, C.L. Hacket, W.S. Vernon-Tonge, E. Von Essen and 550 men.

    10/I.Y.  – Maj. O.N. Segrave, Capts. D.A. Drummond, N.F. MacLeod, W. Coote-Brown, J.W.A. Parr, Lts. H.J. Aitchison, W.N. Coates, E.R. Brickdale, J.S. Macleod, H.P. Nesham, C.G. Salmon, J.A.W. Charge, C.H.F. Jervis, C. Williams, L.P. Storr, G.C. Nicoll, F.S. Pountney, Lt. & Qm. J. Leech, and 322 men.

    7/DG  – Lt. W.S. Whetherly

    5/Lancers  – Maj. R.J. Spurrell, Lt. E.F.W. Arkwright and 99 men

    RA  – Lt.-Cols. C.E. Callwell, G.G. Simpson, Lt. T.F.H. Crewe

    2/W. Surrey  – Capt. H.C. Pilleau, Lt. P. Fearon and 100 men

    3/Devon  – Lt. A. Eccles, jun.

    1/Worcester  – 2/Lt. D.W. Pollock and 88 men

    3/W. Riding  – Lt.-Col. E.L. Cordes

    2/W. Kent  – Capt. N.H.S. Lowe and 100 men

    RAMC  – Capt. G.E.F. Stammers and 3 men

    Civil Surgs. G.F. Leonard, A.H. Thomas

    Nursing Sisters A. Pallot, F.E Filkin, A.E. French, A. Murten, M.E. Powell, S.C. Schlieman

    Irish Fus.  – 87 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 10.

 

    The Canada arrived Southampton Water last evening and anchored for the night. Officers on board include:

    Lt.-Gen. Sir C. Tucker, Maj.-Gen. G. Barton, Col. C.P. Ridley, Maj. E.H. Cox

    RA  – Lt.-Cols. P.J.R. Crampton, A.B. Scott, W.A.M. Thompson,

    RE  – Col. E.H. Bethell,

    I.S.C.  – Lt.-Col. G.A. Cookson,

    7/Hussars  – Maj. R.M. Poore, D.S.O.

    KRRC  – Capt. Lord Robert Manners, D.S.O.

 

London Times 26/07/02 (Saturday)

p8d    The Avondale Castle arrived at Southampton late Thursday night, having called at Queenstown to disembark some of the troops.

 

London Times 28/07/02 (Monday)

p10f    The Gaika arrived Southampton Saturday morning with over 1,000 troops from the front. Included were:

    5/R. Fus.  – 21 officers and 569 men

    3/E. Surrey  – 16 officers and 580 men

    Details.

 

    The Briton arrived at Southampton Saturday from Cape Town with 288 passengers and 1,221 officers and men. Troops included:

    5/Manchester  – 27 officers and 795 men

    2/Lancashire Fus.  – 100 men

    R. Scots  – 99 men

    1/L.N. Lancashires  – 107 men

 

    The Orcana saild from Southampton Saturday afternoon with a small number of detail for South Africa .

London Times 29/07/02 (Tuesday)

p7d    The Victorian arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

    17/I.Y.   – 14 officers and 315 men, Lt.-Col. F.L. Barron, commanding.

    5/DG  – 101 men

    2/Gloucester  – 100 men

    H.L.I.  – 100 men

 

    The Dominion left Southampton yesterday afternoon for st. Helena and South Africa .

    3/Manchester  – Lt.-Col. J.P. Gethin commanding 16 officers and 491 men for St. Helena.

    15 officers, 74 men, 13 women, and 16 children and details and Drafts for South Africa .

   

London Times 30/07/02 (Wednesday)

p3a-f and p4a & b    Note here: The LG with Kitchener’s final despatch.  M.I.D. , Note here, col. b, Plumer, Burn-Murdoch

 

p5a     Dateline Bermuda, July 29.    The Roslin Castle , with a detachment of Northumberland Fus. and 380 Boers, has left for Cape Town .

 

    Dateline Halifax, N.S., July 29.    The Cestrian, with the remainder of the Canadian Mounted Rifles, has arrived from Port Natal.

 

p11a     The Fort Salisbury left for England Jul. 24 with the following on passage home:

    RFA  – Lts. C.A.R. Scott, H.M. Ballingall

    3/Devon  – Capt. J.H.L. Sims

    4/Devon  – Lt. C. Darbyshire

    2/Bedford  – Lt. A.E. Greenwell and 100 men

    2/Worcester  – Lt.-Col. G.W.K. Pafu (Pafn ?)

    5/Worcester  – Capt. H. Beck

    V.C. N. Lancs.  – Lts.  C.H. Potter, T.P. Phethean and 92 men

    2/Northampton  – 2/Lt. A.G.L. Pepys

    3/York & Lancaster  – Lt. C.A. Chaytor

    2/RB  – Maj. L.L. Nicoll

    APO  – Col. J. Greer and 31 men

    RAMC  – Majs. C.S. Sparkes, A.A. Sutton, W.T. Mould, Capt. W. Tibbitts and 8 men

    Cape GA  – Lt. R.J.M. Horne, Lt. & Qm. H.B. Wiber

    Canadian Scouts  – Lt. H. Wilkins

    S.A. Mtd. Irr. Forces  – Capt. A. de M. W. Vickers

    Revs. R. Griffiths, H.J. Raymer

    Nursing Sisters F.N. Davies, A.G. Wylie

    S.A.C.  – 12 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 16.

 

    The Alnwick Castle left Port Elizabeth July 18 with the following on passage home:

    6/Dragoons  – Lts. C.R. Terrott, R.M. Wood and 99 men

    11/Hussars  – Capt. J.D.T. Tyndale-Briscoe and 99 men

    RFA  – 2/Lt. C.W. Alston and 45 men

    3/Northld Fus.  – Capt. A.M. Gibbes

    2/Northld Fus.  – 100 men

    E. Lancs.  – Maj. F.H. Trent, Lt. G.D. Lenke and 100 men

    2/Irish Rifles  – Maj. FitzR. E.P. Curzon and 100 men

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capt. J.L.J. Conry, Lt. C.E. Hack and 100 men

    Civil Surg. W. Haull

    Nursing Sisters C.M.C. Rogers, E. Lawson

    RAMC  – 8 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 11.

 

    The Sicilia arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 38 officers and 1,224 men. The following were listed: 

    6/DG  – 94 men

    2/GG  – 240 men

    2/R. Lancashire  – 100 men

    2/W. Yorkshire  – 103 men

    2/E. Yorkshire  – 100 men

    1/S. Lancashire  – 110 men

    2/Middlesex  – 107 men

    1/York & Lancaster  – 107 men

    The officers included the Earl of Caven and the Hon. W.E. Cavendish

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    30/07/02   Nothing Noted

 

London Times 31/07/02 (Thursday)

p5d    The Kildonan Castle left for England July 23 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. E.S. Brock, Lt.-Col. T.E. O’Leary, Capts. E.V.D. Riddell, H.A. Thompson

    3/DG  – Capts. G.H. Watson, H.B.O. Williams, Lts. T.V.T. Thacker, S.S.P. Paddon, G.G. Sadler

    6/DG  – Lt.-Col. H.P. Leader

    5/Lancers  – Capt. A. Parker

    7/Hussars  – Majs. G.A.L. Carew, H.K. Harley, Capt. F.W. Wormald

    11/Hussars  – Lt. G.G. Wilson

    13/Hussars  – Lts. C.E. Jenkins, T.H.S. Marchant, G.H. Hodgkinson

    19/Hussars  – Col. E.K.G. Aylmer, Capt. M.G.E. Woodmass, Lts. W.J.R. Wingfield, P. Van Den Nest, O.M. Croshaw

    I.Y.  – Lts. J.G. Kennedy, E.H. Barker, L.H.P. Birch, Lt. & Qm. J. Milton

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.H.E. Hall

    Remount  – Lt. J.B. Caldwell

    RA  – Lt.-Col. C.E. Coghill, Maj. L.H. Ducrot, Capts. G. H. Sanders, J.S. Ollivant, H.A.D. Simpson-Baikie, Lts. F.G. Maunde-Thompson, A. St. J. Boultbee, H.A.G. Chamier, D.H.K. Hunter and 100 men

    RE  – Col. C.H. Cowie

    1/CG  – Lts. A.G. Leather-Culley, R.L. Dawson

    2/SG  – Maj. S.H. Godman, Capt. M. Barne, Lt. H.A. Hilton

    2/ Q.R.W. Surrey  – Lt. R.J.K. Mott

    R. Warwick  – Lt.-Col. L.E. Kiggell, Lt. R. Trevis-Owen

    2/Devon  – Lt.-Col. F.C. Briggs, Maj. G.J. Ellicombe, Capts. C.A. Lafone, P.U.W. Vigors

    1/Yorks.  – Maj. H.G. Holmes and 103 men

    6/Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. H.W.G. Dansey

    R. Scots Fus.  – Lt.-Col. A.W. Thorneycroft, 2/Lt. C. Thorburn

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Lts. C.C. Norman, A.H. Reynolds, 2/Lts. H.I. Webb-Bowen, W.J.H. Hughes

    2/SR  – Maj. R.B. Fell, Capts. A.C. Northey, J.H. Dutton, Lt. M. Kerr, 2/Lt. J.E. Turner

    R. Inniskg. Fus.  – Majs. R.C.C.Cox, E.A. Strachan, Lt. W.P. Thompson

    Gloucester  – Maj. C. du P. Richardson-Griffiths, Capt. B.O. Fyffe and 104 men

    1/E. Lancs.  – Lt. H.L. Wethered, 2/Lt. A. St. L. Goldie and 108 men

    4/V.B. E. Surrey  – Capt. C.E. Terry

    D. of Cornwall’s L.I.  – Capt. E.A. Shakerley, Lts. A.St. A. Molesworth, A.W. Stericker

    3/Hants.  – Lt. H.M. Humphrey

    2/Dorset  – Lt. Col. P. Farrer, Capt. R.F.W.F. Leslie

    1/Welsh  – Maj. H. A’A. Harkness

    Essex  – Maj. F.G. Anley

    2/Berks.  – Maj. R.E.T. Bray

    K.O. Yorks. L.I.  – Lt.-Col. C. St. L. Barter

    2/Middlesex  – Lts. H.F. Spence, H.P. Hilton

    1/KRRC  – Lt.-Col. R.A.C.B. Benwicke-Copley

    2/Manchester  – Maj. W.H. Goldfinch, Lt. P.D. de la Penha

    Durham L.I.  – Lt. H.A. Franklyn

    2/Seaforth High. – Capt. W.G. Moon and 102 men

    H.L.I.  – Capt. G.C.I. Stockwell

    1/Cameron High.  – Capt. A.F. Egerton, Lt. C.G. Collins

    Connaught Rangers  – Capt. G.H. Ford Hutchison

    1/A. & S. High.  – Majs. T. Irvine, A. Patten, Capt. A.H. Maclean and 204 men

    2/RB  – Maj. J.E. Gough

    4/Leinsters.  – Capt. W.R. Trevelyan

    RAMC  – Capt. P.J. Probyn

    I.S.C.  – Capt. R.J.T. Stewart

    APO  – Lt.-Col. G.W. Treble

    W. Aust. M.I.  – Capt. E. Vernon

    R.M.  L.I.  – Capt. H.M. Howard

    S.A.L.H.  – Lts. H.C. Fleming, C.G.M. Plumer and 150 men

    Revs. C.V.P. Day, W.F. Horsbie, E.W. Norris

    Civil Surgs. P.W. James, S.W. Battle, H.B. Smith, F. McTavish, J. Lunn, J.B. Gillies, P.H. Ward, J.T.C. Laing, J.B. Bate, A.G.T. Swain, F.B. Carron, W.H. McGowan, A.C. McLean, E. Mitchell

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.M. Cartwright, C.E. Aber, W.G. Green

    Nursing Sisters E. Heaton-Cole, E. Andrews, A. Ainsworth, B.E. Hutchinson, J.B. Boots, M.A. McDonald, D.E. Reynolds

    8/Hussars  – 25 men   

    Due Southampton Aug. 9.

 

    The Avoca arrived Southampton yesterday morning with 25 officers and 540 men, invalids and convalescents.

 

London Times 01/08/02 (Friday)

p8e    The German, with nearly 1,500 returning troops, arrived Southampton Water last evening and will dock this morning.

 

    Dateline Albany,  July 31.  The Drayton Grange has arrived here with 41 officers and 1,946 men . There are 100 cases of measles and pneumonia on board, 50 serious.

 

    The City of Vienna left Southampton yesterday for Bermuda and South Africa . She carries a few details and will embark 1,000 Boers at Bermuda for South Africa .

 

London Times 02/08/02 (Saturday)

p6c    The Tintagel Castle left for England July 26 with the following on passage home:

    1/DG   – Maj. W.J.S. Fergusson and 83 men

    6/DG  – Capt. & Riding-Master B. Turner

    14/Hussars  – Lts. J.G. Browne, G.R. Scott

    I.Y.  – Lts. G.C. Griffiths, W.E. Craig, Lt. & Qm. G.H. Fox and 75 men

    RA  – Lt.-Col. C.G. Henshaw, Maj. G.M. Yunge-Bateman, Capts. H.R. Gotto, G.J.C. Stapylton, F.L.C. Livingstone-Learmouth, Lts. M.N. Ross, F.H.P. O’Connor, J.C. Guthrie, R.M. Sutherland, C.A. Orton, J. Way, J.E.F. d’Apico, M.C. Dobson, 2/Lts. C.A. Mortimore, C.H. Smith

    RE  – Maj. W.D. Waghorn, Capt. J.M. Burn

    5/R. Fus.  – Lt. R.H. Reeves, 2/Lt. H. Lancaster

    6/R. Fus.  – Lt. H.G. Lyell

    7/R. Fus.  – Lt. G.H. Madeley

    2/Lincoln  – Maj. G.B. McAndrew, Capt. B. Edwards, Lt. R. Bastard and 199 men

    4/Suffolk  – Lt. F.A. White

    R. Irish  – Capt. G.M. Grogan, 2/Lt. the Hon. H.R.T.G. Fitzmaurice-Deane-Morgan and 100 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt.-Col. H.T. Lyle, Maj. R.M.O. Glynn, Capt. H. Delme-Radcliffe, Lt. T.H. Pritchard

    Worcester  – Capt. C.H. Bennett

    3/Cornwall L.I.  – Lt. O. Lang

    Border  – Maj. H.S. Mayhew, Capt. J.E.S. Probyn, Lt. A.R.S. Lyon-Campbell and 101 men

    R. High.  – 2/Lt. R.W. Hadow

    2/Northampton  – Maj. E.F. Brereton and 100 men

    2/Middlesex  – 2/Lt. D.W. Churchill

    3/Leinster  – 2/Lt. T.R. Umbers

    Leinster  – Capt. J.D. Mather, 2/Lt. C. Harman

    5/Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt. W.E. Beamish

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. E.J.E. Risk, Maj. J. Ritchie and 49 men

    Lovant’s Scouts  – Capts. the Hon. J. Forbes-Sempill, H.B. Galloway, the Hon. J.F. Gathorne-Hardy, Lts. C. Burn-Murdoch, C.N. Macdonald, D.E. Mackintosh, C. Lamb, C. Stirling, E.B. Mackenzie, the Hon. A.T.J. Fraser and 219 men

    N.Z.M.I.  – Lt. A.J.M. Bonar

    C.P. Rail.  – Lt. A. Wilcox

    Ceylon M.I.  – Lt. G.M. Wigram

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J.J. O’Connor, C.C. Abrum

    Civil Surgs. J.A. Howard, A.S. Sieger, W. White

    Revs. W. Naish, H.C. Orpwood, F.H. Roach, J. Brough, E.R. Day

    Nursing Sisters A.R. Andre, A.J. Davidson, F. Greystone, A. Von Dix

    RHA  – 234 men

    RFA  – 21 men

    R. Welsh Fus.  – 101 men

    2/D. of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 89 men

    2/Leinster  – 100 men

    APO  – 32 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 16

 

p12c    Note Here: LG Staff, Burn-Murdoch   

 

London Times 04/08/02 (Monday)

p3b    Dateline Durban, Aug. 1.    The Scottish Horse will leave Durban to-morrow on board the Goth. Due Southampton 28 Aug.

 

p8d    The Colombian arrived Southampton Saturday morning with the following listed:

    15/I.Y.  – 19 officers and 340 men.

    5, 9 & 17/RFA  – 100 men

 

    The Carisbrook Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday with Col. Kekewich, and the 10/I.Y.

   

    The Staffordshire arrived Southampton Saturday afternoon with 52 officers and about 1,200 men

 

    The Mohawk arrived Southampton Saturday with the following:

    8/N.Z. M.R.  – 7 officers and 39 men

    2/E. Surrey  – 3 officers and 100 men

    1/R. High.  – 1 officer and 70 men

    1/S. Staffordshire  – 1 officer and 100 men

    GG  – 8 officers and 283 men

    2/SG  – 3 officers and 248 men

    Details.

    The Malta arrived Southampton Water yesterday afternoon and will land troops this morning. The following were listed: 

    6/ I.Y.  – 21 officers and 531 men, Lt.-Col. Hamilton Campbell, commanding

    7/I.Y.  – 20 officers and 453 men , Maj. De Bree, commanding

    2/Cheshire Vol. Eng.  – 1 officer and 43 men

 

London Times 05/08/02 (Tuesday)

p8c     The Malta, Dunolly Castle and the Mohawk arrived at Southampton yesterday.

 

    The Aurania, for St. Vincent and Southampton , left Table Bay on Sunday

 

    Dateline Wellington Aug. 4.     The Britannia , from Durban and Melbourne arrived here last night with 55 cases of sickness on board. Three deaths occurred during the passage.

 

London Times 06/08/02 (Wednesday)

p8 b    The Pembroke Castle, from South Africa for Southampton, passed Hurst Castle last night.

 

    The Britannic, from Natal, arrived at Auckland yd, and is to leave to-day for Sydney

 

    Add Lt. R. Trevor Tudor Owen, 2/Middlesex, to passenger list on Kildonan Castle.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    06/08/02 

p17    The Kinfauns Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Brig.-Gen. Dalfield, Cols. Sclater, Finlayson, Maj. Topham and family, Majs. Carrington Smith, McCrea, S. Fitz. G. Cox, Corbyn, Capt. Bald, Capt. & Mrs. Pilcher, Capts. Staveley, Greenway, Freebody, Dingle, D.F. Sempell, E.J. Marshall, Lts. Hon. J.C. Littleton, Westmacott, Gilliott, Barlow, Style, Adair, Gardiner, Hargreaves, Tijon, Pennant, H.B. Barrett, Williams, Kuckock, E. Wood, Mayne, Tynte,

 

p25    Dateline London, Aug. 3.    The Englishman left Bombay yesterday with a number of Boers who are returning to South Africa .

 

London Times 07/08/02 (Thursday)

p3f    The Pembroke Castle arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

    8/Hussars  – 200 men

    1/R. Scots  – 105 men

    2/W. Surrey  – Capt. H.M. Cowper, Lt. R.H. Mangles and 100 men

    1/ Liverpool  –  98 men

    1/Manchester  –  100 men

    2/ R. Irish  – 103 men

    South African Irr. Corps.  – 168 men

    Details

 

    The Nubia, for Southampton, left Natal Tuesday.

 

    The Manila, from Australasia, arrived Durban Tuesday.

   

    The Soudan, from London, arrived at Cape Town   on Tuesday and left for Durban

 

London Times 08/08/02 (Friday)

p3a    Dateline Melbourne, Aug. 7.        The Drayton Grange, with 2,000 troops has arrived. "The vessel was very much overcrowded, illness was widespread on board, and sanitary provision was deficient. Five deaths occurred and there were 90 men in hospital.”   Long article follows.

 

London Times 09/08/02 (Saturday)

p11c    The Saxon left Cape Town for Southampton July 31 with the following on passage home:

    1/R. Dragoons.  – Lts. W.D. Grant, A.H. Cooper and 99 men

    13/Hussars  – Capt. L.S. Battye, Lt. T.G. Anderson and 30 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. A. FitzR. Hart-Synnot

    16/Lancers  – Lts. A. Neave, F.E. Adams, H.C. Howard, A.L. Tate

    3/Hussars  – Maj. V.G. Whitler, Capt. R.S. Hunt

    3/DG  – Maj. Sir A. Lushington

    18/Hussars  – Lts. J.G. Dugdale, A.S. Will

    20/Hussars  – Capt. H.R. Lee

    RA  – Maj. C.M. Ross-Johnson, Lts. J.G.G. Magee, H.R. Scarlett, A.H. Harrison

    GG  – Capt. N.S. Blackett, 2/lts. C. de Crespigny, Lord A. Percy

    CG  – Capts. H.D. Studd, C.H.D. Willoughby, Lts. C.D. Baring, H.M. Pryce-Jones, W.H.V. Darell, G. Stewart

    Northumberland Fus.  – Capts. W.C. Wright, H.B. Warwick, F.B. Morley

    1/Scottish Borderers  – Capt. E.N. Broadbent, 2/Lt. A.M.Jameson and 101 men

    2/Worcester  – Capt. E.C.F. Wodehouse, Lt. H.R. Eliott

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Capt. E.A.E. Lethbridge, Lt. G.A. Sullivan, 2/Lt. F.J.R. Peel and 199 men

    1/Derby  – Lt.-Col. F.C. Shaw, Maj. L. Gordon-Cumming, Lts. A.S. Murray, G. Magoll, M.K. Hodgson, L.O. Mott and 206 men

    Munster Fus.  – Lt. W. Leahy

    2/Shropshire L.I.  – Capt. H. Hudson, Lt. P.C. Huth and 103 men

    1/Cameron High.  – Capt. A.C. McLean, Lt. F.C. Anderson and 107 men

    Leinster  – Lts. T.W. Butler, Kearney, A.P. Woods

    RB  – Maj. C.F. Pinney, Capt. M.E. Manningham-Buller, Lt. R.H. Townshend

    3/R.W. Surrey  – Lt.-Col. W.A.D. Shelton

    Cheshire  – Capt. R.M. Cadell, Lt. L.A/ Forster

    6/Warwick  – Capt. R.D. Wigham

    E. Surrey  – Capt. L.G. Ironsides, Lt. R.V.O. Hart, 2/Lt. A. Elphinston

    2/W. Kent  – Lt.-Col. W.G.B. Weston

    4/Durham L.I. Col. M.H. Lambert

    2/Somerset L.I. – Lt. P.M. Wardlaw

    Essex  – Capt. C.F. Boone

    2/SR  – Maj. C.T.C. Carter-Campbell

    RAMC  – Surg.-Gen. W.H. McNamara, Lt.-Col. G.E. Weston, Lt. H.B. Fawcus

    Civil Surg. J.M. Lewis

    Nursing Sisters L. Haud, R.M. Browse

    2/Northumberland Fus.  – 101 men

    2/Worcester  – 100 men

    2/Leinster  – 100 men

    4/RB  – 85 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 16.

 

    The Syria, from Southampton , arrived Table Bay Thursday morning.

 

London Times 11/08/02 (Monday)

p11f    The Kildonan Castle arrived Southampton Saturday with 65 officers and 956 men .

   

    The Corinthian arrived Southampton Saturday with the following:

    2/Gloucester  – 2 officers and men

    2/Bedford  – 2 officers  and 100 men

    2/Norfolk  – 1 officer and 100 men

    1/ R. Irish Fus.  –1 officer  and  men

    2/W. Surrey  – 2 officers  and 99 men

    1/Sussex  – 2 officers  and 98 men

    Officers included Maj. C.J. Vines and Lt.-Col. R.J.L. Fayle, RAMC

   

    The Alnwick Castle arrived Southampton Saturday with 700 Reservists of the 6/Dragoons, 11/Hussars, RFA, 2/Northumberland Fus., E/ Lancs., 2/Irish Rifles, 1/Connaught Rangers and RAMC. Included were Maj. Trent, E/ Lancs., and Major Curzon, 2/IR.

 

    The St. Andrew arrived Southampton yesterday with the following listed:

    21/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. A.W. Jarvis, and 484 men

    2/Devon  – 100 men

    2/Somerset L.I.  – 102 men

    1/Leicester  – 99 men

    2/SR  – 99 men

    1/Essex  – 100 men

    2/Yorkshire L.I.  – 99 men

    KRRC  – 99 men

    2/Manchester  – 100 men

    1/RB  – 101 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – 100 men

   

    The Custodian arrived Southampton yesterday with 541 Reservists and time-expired men of the 18/Hussars, 19/Hussars, RFA, RGA, Irish Fus., RAMC, and Lt.-Col. R,H, Morrison, Staff.

 

London Times 12/08/02 (Tuesday)

p10a & b.    The Simla left for England July 29 with the following invalids:

    Staff  – Col. J.W. Godfray

    I.Y.  – Surg.-Capt. J.H. Wright

    3/GG  – Maj. H.R. Crampton-Roberts

    1/SG  – Lt.-Col. W.C.G. McGrigor

    3/R. Warwick  – 2/Lt. E.V.M. Schelley

    4/ Liverpool  – Lt. E.H.Le M. Sinkinson, 2/Lt. E.A.A. Lewis

    4/Bedford  – Lt. F.E. Fitz H. Wright

    3/Leicester  – Lt. Qm. Sgt. J. Breacher   ( ? Lt. Qm. Sgt. )

    3/W. Riding  – Lt. W.A. Ross

    1/Sussex  – 2/Lt. J.L. Sleeman

    2/Essex  – Capt. C.W. Barlow

    RAMC  – Col. W.R. Allin

    Rev. S.S. Stitt

    Civil Surgs. J.H. Hefferman, J.T. Sear, G.E. Cathcart, E.H. Worth, R. Gedatly, P.H. Clarke

    Nursing Sisters M.W. Pughe, M.A. Rickards, G.E. Larner, A.G. Hayhurst

    Sick laying down , 40; sick convalescent, 312, including 11 RN.

    Wounded laying down, 10; wounded convalescent, 14

    With the following on passage home:

    11/Hussars  – Lt. C.S. Rome

    11/Lancers  – Maj. N.T. Nickalls

    RA  – Maj. W.R.N. Madocks, Capts. H.E. Carey, R.E. Ramsden, D.G. Blois, W.C. Symon, F.C. Poole, Hon. N.A. Hood, W.A.S. Gommel, H.J. Brock

    RE  – Maj. H.C. Nanton

    GG  – Capts. the Hon. G.A.A. Hood, the Hon. F.C. Stanley

    SG  – Surg.-Maj. S.G. Moores, Lt. the Earl of Granard

    R.W. Surrey  – Lt. C.F. Watson

    4/Lancaster  – Capt. J. Rutteledge

    4/Warwick  – Capt. H.C. Stuart

    Somerset L.I.  – Maj. H.J. Everett, 2/Lt. C.E.G. Levedson Gower

    3/ Liverpool  – Capt. H.W. Hutson

    1/Welsh Fus.  – Capt. J.B. Cockburn

    KOSB  – Capt. H.G.M. Amos, 2/Lt. C.A.L. Irvine

    R. Innis. Fus.  – (?) E.S. Carey

    Oxford L.I.  – 2/Lt. J.A. Pollock

    Manchester  – Maj. G. Grant, Lt. J.J. O. Sullivan

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. W. Garrard

    I.S.C.  – Capt. W.H. Wradell

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. L.E. Anderson, Capt. M. Taylor

    Western L.I.  – Lt. W. Milward Yates

    D.o.Edinburgh’s Vol. Rifles  –   Lt. E. Knap

    Marshall’s Horse  –   Lt. J.R. Harris

    Driscoll’s Scouts  –   Lt. J.B. Ellard

    BSAP  – Capt. L.T.E. Lewellyn

    Kimberley L.H.  – Capt. G.C. Corry Smith

    Revs. W.B. Alexander, D.R. Slacke, J.F. Prince

    Civil Surg. M. Eustace

    Civil Surveyoe H.A. Elton

    Nursing Sisters S.A. Boneham, G.E.S. Saunder, K.A.G. Chew, M.G. Gilmore, D.A. Gray

    Due Southampton Aug. 20

 

    The Nubia left Durban for England Aug. 5, with the following:

    1/A.&S. High.  – Lt. E.D. Cuthbertson, 2/Lt. A.B. Brown

    1/Welsh Fus.  – 2/Lt. A.G. Frere

    I.Y.  – Capt. G. Fraser, Lts. W.St. G. Asha, J. Anderson

    1/Manchester  – 2/Lts. A.H.D. Millard, R.H. Spooner

    RGA  – Capt. R. de B. Hassell, Lt. C.A.H. Campbell

    RFA  – Maj. H. Rouse

    RE  – Lt. N.H. Brierley

    1/KOSB  – 2/Lt. J.F. McKay

    2/S. Wales Borderers  – 2/Lt. R.S.G. Wynn

    ASC  – Capt. H.J. Russell

    1/Border  – Lt. J.R.C. Meiklejohn

    3/Dublin Fus.  – Lt. R.D. Johnson

    2/RB  – Capt. B.A. Turner

    1/Leicester  – Lt. F. Colquhoun

    3/Scots Fus.  – Lt. J. Boyle

    Civil Vet. Surg. J. Stableford

    Civil Surg. B. Dunlop

    Nursing Sisters H.M. Shaw, A.B. Denton, S.M. Paterson, A. Finnemore

    441 men

    Ship Medical Staff, RAMC  – Col. O. Todd, Capts. H.J. Parry, J.W. Meake, Lt. C.C. Cumming, Lt. & Qm. T. Exton and 33 men

    Civil Surgs. A.D. Thomson, G.G. Whyte

    Nursing Sisters Carr, A.R. Cullum, K. Despard, J. Paget, F. Sykes, K.X. Phillips, M. Pedlar, L.M. Green

    Due Southampton Aug. 28.

 

    The Moravian left for England Aug. 4 with the following on passage home:

    R.E.  – Lt.-Col. W.R. Stuart, Capt. F. Fuller, Lts. R.H. Greig, J.J.H. Nation and 301 men

    1/E. Lancs.  – Lt. O.B. Hargreaves

    RAMC  – Capt. F.J. Wadebrown and 8 men

    Cape Colonial Forces  – Capt. A.H.S. Baker

    Nursing Sisters F.E. Beedie, E.F. Ridgley

    Due Southampton Aug. 26

 

    The Templemore left Port Natal for England July 31, having on board Reservists:

    1/Leicester  – Bt. Maj. H.M. Welstead, Lt. R.R. Rayner and 100 men

    1/Yorks L.I.  – Capt. H.W.B. Thorpe and 100 men

    2/ W. Yorks  – Lts. G.L. Crossman, A.H. Cuthell and 99 men

    2/N. Staffs.  – Bt. Maj. H.K. Carlyon, Lt. A.S. Conway and 99 men

    2/E. Surrey  – Capt. A.C.S. Barchard, Lt. R.E.N. North and 98 men

    1/S. Staffs.  – Lt. R.W. Morgan and 118 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – Lt.-Col. H.S. Fitzgerald, Capt. R.F. Bell, Lt. A.H.M. Bowens and 100 men

    2/R. Irish Fus.  – Lts. A.G. Knocker, S.M.L. Clements and 102 men

    2/E. Yorks  – Capt. C.E. Cobb and 98 men

    2/Black Watch  – Lt.-Col. A.M. Carthew Corstoun and 98 men

    19/Hussars  – Lt. C.R.I. Hull and 48 men

    18/Hussars  – Lt. J.W. Lichtenburg and 9 men

    3/DG  – Capt. G.A. Burgoyne and 9 men

    6/DG  – 37 men

    5/DG  – Lt. H.P. Travers and 31 men

    1/Leinster  – 100 men

    2/Manchester  – Capt. G.C. Cooper King and 100 men

    RAMC  – Capt. C. Healy, Lt. C.D. Davies and 8 men

    3/R. Fus.  – Capt. G.D. Waddell

    Due Southampton Aug. 26

 

    The Orissa left for England Aug. 1 with the following on passage home:

    2/Dragoons  – Maj. E’A. Maude, Lts. H.C.T. Parker, A.M. Henley, W.A. Montgomery and 182 men

    7/DG  – Maj. C.W. Thompson and 98 men

    RA  – Majs. A.F. Powell, R.S. De Winton, Capt. C.N.B. Ballard, Lt. F.D. Gothin

    E. Kent  – Capt. R.A. Reith, Lt. H.L. Archer Haulblon

    D.o. Cornwall’s L.I.  – Lt. E.E. Barrow

    Welsh  – Capt. J.H. Kerrick, Lt. G.F. Pridham

    N. Lancs.  – Maj. H.F. Coleridge, Capt. R.W. Thompson

    RB  – Capt. A.T. Paley

    Suffolk  – Lt. W.L. FitzSimons

    Essex  – Lt. R. Preston Whyte

    Oxford L.I.  – Lt. J.C.M. Doran

    ISC  – Maj. J. Vans Agnew

    Cape Mtd. Rifles  – Capt. F. Young

    Rev. Father G. Walmsley

    Civil Surgs. C.H.G. Atkyns, E. Curtin, W. Bell

    Nursing Sisters A.D. Cameron, A.A. Hill, N.R. Mackintosh, A.W.C. Higgs

    2/E. Kent  – 100 men

    2/Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 98 men

    1/Welsh  – 99 men

    1/N. Lancs.  – 103 men

    2/RB  – 99 men

    ASC  – 15 men

    South African Irr. Horse  – 139 men

    RAMC  – 16 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 31

    The Berwick Castle left for England Aug. 3 with the following on passage home:

    Devon  – Capt. S. Osborne

    Cameronians  – Maj. T.T. Macan and 103 men

    RB  – Maj. L.F. Green Wilkinson

    Essex  – Lt. A.G.N. Wood

    Middlesex  – Lt.-Col. G.B. Lempriere

    Canadian M.I.  –  Maj. D.V. Eaton, Lts. G. Roy, D. Douglas Young, Surgeon-Capt. L.R. Murray and 226 men

    RAMC  – Maj. J.F. Donogan

    Civil Surg. J.F. Bulfin

    2/Devon  – 100 men

    1/RB  – 98 men

    1/Essex  – 99 men

    S.A. Irr. Corps  – 70 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 27

 

    The Dilwara left for England July 31 with the following on passage home:

    14/Hussars  – Capt. H.W. Tilney and 99 men

    RA  – Maj. A.R. Stuart, Capt. H.L. Reed, Lts. W. Jackell, F.A.S. Morgan, S. Carruthers

    S. Wales Borderers  – Maj. E.C. Purchas, Lt. L.H. Tudor,  2/Lt. H.C.H.W. Moffat

    Wilts.  – Capt. W.S. Brown, Lt. C.B. Long

    Gordon High.  – Lt. J.R. White, 102 men

    Black Watch  – Lt. H.T. Peareth

    Liverpool – Lts. R.W. Gaskell, H.T.C. Wheeler

    Essex  – Lts. B.B. Green, R.W.F. Cotgrave

    R. Fus.  – Lt. H.N. Winter

    Yorks. L.I.  – Capt. C.H.M. Tabutean

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Maj. C.T. Sennet

    Hants.  – Lt. R.H.A. Daniell

    R. Innis. Fus.  – Lt. R.J.H. Pattle

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. N.C.G. Camerons, 2/Lt. H.R.A. Whitehead

    Lancs. Fus.  – 2/Lt. D.G.M. Dundas

    W. Riding  – 2/Lts. P.J. Gout, R.J. McCleverty

    Cheshire  – 2/Lts. J.N. Simons, A.E.J. Connell McDowell, H.S. Hodgkin, J.F.A. St. Maur Sheil

    Scots Fus.  Lt. J.P. Boyd Carpenter

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. E.J. Coates

    S.A. Irr. Mtd. Force  – Lt. A.H. Winterton

    South African Constabulary  – Lt. W.F. Glieman

    ISC  – Maj. L.W.C. Karrick, Lt. K. Henderson

    Border Scouts  – Lt. H.G. Maddison Layland

    South African L.H.  – Lt. C.M.F. Lilly

    Cape Garr. Arty.  – Lt. W. Bridges

    D. of E. O. Vol. Rifles  – Capt. G.M. Johnson

    Revs. Edwards, R.J. Deane Oliver

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J. Thompson, C.E. Smith

    Civil Surgs. D.F.R. Clarke, W.H. Sturge

    Nursing Sisters J.C.S. Spence, E.N. Newton, L. Parsons, E.M. Pethick

    2/S. Wales Borderers  – 198 men

    2/Wilts.  – 101 men

    3/Wilts.  – 25 men

    2/V.B. Norfolk  – (?) 25 men

    3/Berks.  – 25 men

    4/Norfolk  – 17 men

    Warwick  – 65 men

    Various Corps  – 76 men

    S.A. Irr. Corps  – 146 men

    Telegraph Div., RE  – 28 men

    Details  – 143 men

    Due Southampton Aug 21.

 

    The Gascon left for England Aug. 3 with the following on passage home:

    7/DG  – Capt. & Qm F.C. Butcher and 102 men

    16/Lancers  – Lt. G.F. Martyn and 95 men

    I.Y.  – Maj. E.A. Cunningham

    RA  – Capt. E.M. Birch, Lt. C.L.T. Walwyn

    Oxford L.I.  – Maj. G.F. Mockler and 194 men

    Sussex  – Maj. A.R. Gilbert, Lt. C.E. Bond and 100 men

    Cheshire  – Capt. A. De C. Scott and 98 men

    R. Scots Fus.  – Capt. E.E. Blaine, Lts. R.G. Craufurd, T.S. Mason and 197 men

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capts. C.J. Griffen, J.J. Whitehead, Lt. W. Mellor

    Berks.  – Capt. A.S. Turner, Lt. F.H. Moore and 100 men

    R. Scots  – Lt. C.L. Price

    Worcester  – Lts. A.H.D. Ray, R.A.De B. Rose and 101 men

    Bedford  – 2/Lt. E.C. Talbot and 99 men

    North’d Fus.  – 2/Lt. J.W. Henry

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. A. Peterkin, Maj. A. Watson and 51 men

    Civil Surgs. H.A. Carter, R. Wilbond, C.H. Hawkins

    Nursing Sisters G. McFarlane, M.G. Denton, A. Matherson, S.J. Coldwell, E. Grey, E.R. Tait

    1/Suffolk  – 100 men

    RFA  – 101 men

    Various Corps  – 30 men

    ASC  – 39 men

    S.A. I. C.  – 65 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 24.

 

    The Britannic arrived at Sydney Sunday

 

    The Goorkha arrived Southampton yesterday morning with 68 officers and 1,393 men including the following:

    4/I.Y.  – 550 men

    10/I.Y.  – 322 men

    5/Lancers, 2/W. Kent, and Irish Fus.

 

London Times 13/08/02 (Wednesday)

p3a    Dateline St. Helena, Aug. 12.        The German liner Hertzog, detailed to convey German prisoners to Germany from St. Helena, left yesterday evening with 49 Germans and 5 Hollanders.

 

    Dateline Bermuda, Aug 12.        The City of Vienna sailed to-day for Cape Town with 1,090 Boer prisoners.

 

p5a    The Goth left for England Aug. 5, with the following on passage home:

    Scottish Horse  – Lt.-Col. The Marquis of Tullibardine, Capts. Lord G. Stewart-Murray, R.H. Dick-Cunyngham, J. Stuart-Wortley, Lts. W. Macklin, W.C. Ross, B.R. Baker, H. Barnett, R. Fotheringham, G.H. Gordon, J.S. Gordon, G. Hampson, J.L. Jack, J.L. Moates, R.C. Skinner, P.E. Stanley, Surg.-Capt. W.S. Kidd and 764 men

    R. Lancaster  – Lt. F.C. Napier and 100 men

    Middlesex  – Majs. L.G. Oliver, R. de H. Burton and 100 men

    York & Lancaster  – Lt. H.A.B. Salmond, 2/Lt. A.C. Cameron and 99 men

    RA  – Bt. Maj. W.P. Saunders

    I.Y.  – Capt. A.S. Lawrence

    E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. F. Hind

    Manch.  – Lt. W.G. Young

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt.-Col. H.T.W. Allatt

    Devonshire  – Lt. J.W. Woolcomb

    Essex  – Lt. J.H. Disney

    Border  – Lt. E. Berry

    W. Surrey  – Lt. R.G. Clarke

    RB  – Lt. E.B. Powell

    SR  – Lt. R.S. Chisholm

    RAMC  – Maj. J.R. Mallins, Lts. S. Worthington, M.C. Beatty (invalided)

    Canadian M.I.  – Maj. F.A.O. Farrell, Capts. F.J. Clark, J.N. Caines, Harrington, McMillan, Hadwen, Surg.-Capt. Jory Anderson, Lts. G.C. Barker, A. Butler, W.S. Kingsford, B.C. White, J.C. Briggs, W.A. Cook, G.L. Boulanger, W.L. Savage, W.A. Simson, A.H. Dawson, C.F. Pooley, J.C. de Balinhard, J.D. Harriott, C. Tomlinson, F.L. Hartley, H.R. Page, P. Stanley, A.S. Purvis, W.A. Crimmon, R.A. Carman, C.O. Beardmore, G.A. MacBeth, W.H. Bell, P.R. Terman, Lt. & Qm. C. Lavie, J. Hamilton and 22 men

    Canadian Med. Corps.  – Maj. F.L. Vaux

    Civil Surg. W.F. McEwen

    Due Southampton Aug. 28

 

    The Orient, from Table Bay , arrived Wellington Saturday.

 

    The Dominion has arrived at St. Helena and disembarked 510 men of the Manchester Regt. She is to embark 380 men of the Sussex Regt. and 524 men of the Wiltshire Regt.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    13/08/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Aug. 5.    The Michigan has arrived here from Fiume with horses and 18 stowaways.        Several pages of this issue are unreadable.

 

p26    The Norman sails today for England with the following named military passengers: Col. & Mrs. Heyman, Col. Grogan, Lt.-Cols. Horne, G. Sylvester, Majs. Oliver, Richardson, Livingstone, M. Kilby, Capts. Dunbar Anderson, Jains,  C. Barclay, E.C. Holland, Smitheman, Reeves, J. Webb, Sir. J. Keane, Wallace, Lts. Hughes-Bonsell, T. Huband, Huband, Surg.-Gen. Watson, Sergeant Brand.

 

p27    The Norham Castle sailed for England late Monday afternoon with 770 I.Y. The Syria sailed yesterday for England with 1,050 officers and men, listed as: Lt.-Col. Paris and 200 men of 1/Derbyshires, under  Capt. Radford,  200 men of the 1/Leinsters under Capt. Legg, 200 Seaforth High., under Maj. Bradford, and over 300 men of the RA and RE.

    Most third class accommodations on the weekly mail steamers  have been reserved by the government for troops.

    The Norman sails tomorrow with the following named military passengers: Lt.-Col. Byrne, Lts. E.J.G. Dore, J.R. Boothby, E.A. Barratt and 197 men of the 24/I.Y. who embarked at East London.

 

London Times 14/08/02 (Thursday)

p8c    The Aurania left for England Aug 3 with the following on passage home:

    1/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. E.M. Percival, Capts. E.W. Thain, R. Allsopp, A.F. V. Bowles. Lts. L.W. Grant-Henshaw, H.L.P. Russell, J.L. Pegg, P. Wallace, W.H.S. Leonard, L.S. Innis, H.P. Gray, E. St. G. Bowley, L.B. Bigg, G. Tylden, H.M. Blair, E.A. Dyer, E.H. Currie, W.V. Edwards, Lt. & Qm. G.H. Fox, Vet. Capt. J.P. Spanton, and 229 men

    11/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. R.B. Firman, Capts. J.H. Watson, S.H. Prell, C.C. Murray, F.D.J. Annesley, G.L. Johnstone, T. Sargent, Lts.  H.E. Jamieson, G.P. Plumptre, C. Wright, P. Roscorla, W.D. Butler, W.C. Cunningham, A.E. McLean, O. Mowatt, E.J. Malin, S.H. Sheffield, A.C. Carey, G.H.S. Lyne, E. Parsons, R.H. Greaves, T.E. Mereney, H.C. Fowley, F.J. Cooke, C. Amyatt-Burney, Lt. & Qm. F. Langley and 606 men

    2/DG  – Lt. L.C.F. Oppenheim

    9/Lancers  – Lt. W. Grant

    20/Hussars  – Lt. A.P. Gibbs

    RA  – Maj. F.R. Patch

    Sligo Mil. Arty.  – Capt. G.A. Heather

    Cork Mil. Arty.  – Capt. N.B. Jobson

    RE  – Lt.-Col. A. Thompson

    Electrical Eng.  – Capts. D. Bradley, J.F. O’Shaughnessy, Lts. J.H. Field, G.W. Peart, and 30 men

    I.Y.  – Lts. P.F. Wall, J.R. Devino, G.R. Welsted, Lt. & Qm. E.S. Deposs

    2/V.B. Lincoln  – Lt. G.V. Dove and 27 men

    W. India  – Lt.-Col. E.S.C. Kennedy

    1/V.B. Berks.  – Lt. C.G. Carter

    ISC  – Maj. R. Chesney

    R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. S.H. Hazeldine, 2/Lt. A. Graham

    R. Innisk. Fus.  – Capt. E.W. Atkinson

    N. Staffs.  – Lt. C.J. Boyce

    Black Watch  – Lt.-Col. M.M. Berkeley

    Res. of Officers  – Maj. G. Hearn

    Y. & Lancs.  – Lt. H.R. Headlam

    KOSB  – Capt. H.D.N. McLean

    Middlesex  – 2/Lt. A.S. Page

    RAMC  – Maj. A.J. Reilly, Capt. E.C. Anderson

    Johannesburg Mtd. Rifles  – Lt. A. Osborne

    Aust. Med. Corps  – Lt. H.N. Formby and 16 men

    Aust. Comm. Horse  – Lts. R.V. Doudney, F.C.E. Codd, C.B. Holme, and 30 men

    N.Z. M.I.  – Lt. A.S. Weir, F. Willis, J.C.McKillop, A. Powrie, H.R. Moss-Davis, R. Grace, Surg.-Maj. A. Malne-Thompson, Surg.-Capt. R.C. McLachlan, Vet. Capt. C.R. Neale, and 47 men

    N.S.W. Bushmen  – Lt. W.H. Thomas and 46 men

    Queensland Bushmen  – Lt. P.S. Sleight

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capt. F.W. Mellhuish

    Revs.  J.F. Sweatman, A. Hordern, J. Partridge

    Civil Surgs. A.E. Wynter, W. Woodhouse, O.S. Maunsell, R.F. Williams, B. Farrell

    Civil Vet. Surg. T. Parker

    Nursing Sisters K. Webb, A.B. Noble, G. Deacon, L.E. Colston, M.F. Richardson, F.M. Learmouth, E. Johnson, V.P. Squire, E. McIntosh, A.A. Bonsfield, E.M. Renton, B.E. Caws, M.A.C. Millington, D.E.J. Wetson, E. Ellis, E. Prangley, A.E. Byrne, E.A.S. Webster, C.E.A. Thorpe, E.A. Chaffey, M.J. Mill, F.H. Barry, M. Ounsworth, E.M. Beetham, M.M. Tunley, G.K. Swanton, H.H. Mason, E. Kitching, P.M. Barsdorf, M. Talbot, A. Austin,

    RAMC  – 14 men

    The following were disembarked at Cape Town owing to overcrowding:

    RFA  –  Lt. Ewart and 48 men

    RE  – Maj. Schrieber, Capts. C.S. Wilson, A. Hildebrand, H. McInnes

    Telegraph Bn. RE  – 147 men

    5 Field Troop, RE  – 26 men

    47 Co. RE  – 11 men

    A Troop, Bridging Bn.  RE  – 12 men

    17 Co, RE  – 23 men

    12 Co. RE  – 5 men

    26 Co. RE  – 13 men

    23 Co. RE  – 3 men

    1/Field Troop  – 28 men

    2/Black Watch  – Lt. Bullock and 100 men

    1/Leinster  – Capt. Legg and 97 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 25.

    The Pongola left Durban Aug. 6, for Colombo and Calcutta with the following on passage:

    ASC  – Maj. G.H. Cardew, for Singapore

    Civil Surg. H. Leembruggen, for Colombo   

    ISC  – Capt. G.D. M. Moore, for Calcutta

 

    The Kinfauns Castle left for England Aug. 6 with the following on passage home:

    3/I.Y.  – Maj. M.S. Dawson, Capts. J.B. Royle, L.E.O. Charlton, H.R. Cole-Hamilton, H.R. Meyer, W. Gutch, J.S. Corbett, C. Shears, R. Cattley, F. Douthwaite, Lts. A de A. Donisthorpe, R.E. Sugden, A.F. Turner, C.L. Cockell, W. Hewetson, A.D. Ramsay, F.N. Griffin, M.R. Wilson, W.G.L. Nantes, A.M. Hutchins, H.C. Hall, R.L. Layton, J. Bennett, H.M. Beckett, E. Green, D.R. Lahiff, G. Swainston Strangways. P.B. Woodford, D.F. Christy, and 617 men

    Staff  – Brig.-Gen. H.E. Belfield, Col. J. Adye, Majs. S. Fitz, G. Cox

    Details, I.Y.  – Maj. W.C. Knight, Capt. A.B. Boyd-Carpenter, Lt. A.J. Servaes and 74 men

    6/DG  – Lt. R.H. Style

    15/Hussars  – Capt. J.E.H. Bald

    RA  – Col. H.C. Sclater, Maj. R.F. McCrea, Capts. E.H. Stevenson, C.S. Ingham, C.W. Kennaway, A.H. Devenish, Lts. R.A. Tigon, C.J.C. Maunsell, D. Smith

    RE  – Lt.-Col. P.T. Buston, Maj. T. Harrison-Topham

    Seaforth High.  – Capts. D. Forbes-Sampill, F. Marshall

    RB  – Capt. C.R. Staveley, Lts. A. McComas, J.C. Lyttleton, O.C.S. Gilliat, A.K. Hargreaves

    Middlesex  – Capt. H. Storr

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. G. P. Westmacott

    N. Lancs.  – Lt. R.M. Luckock

    W. Kent  – J.H. Bennett

    Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. E. Barlow

    ISC  – Capts. N. McPherson, W. Keyworth, H.H. Cobb, A.E. Barnard, Lts. M.E. Tuito, R.W. Henderson, H.G. Bally

    RAMC  – Capt. E.M. Pilcher, T.C. Lauder

    Kitchener’s F.S.  – Lt.-Col. A.E.W. Wilson

    Canadian M.I.  – Maj. E.A.C. Hasmar, Capt. C.H. Rogers

    South African Constabulary  – Capt. H. Dingle, Lt. J. Gardiner

    Kimberley  – Col. R.A. Funlayson

    Civil Surg. M.W. Renton

    78 men including 32 from P.O.C.

    Due Southampton Aug. 23.

 

    The Staffordshire left Royal Albert Docks yesterday morning with 4 officers and a few details for Bermuda where she will embark 1,000 Boer Prisoners for Cape Town .

 

    The Avoca left Southampton for South Africa yesterday afternoon with her full complement of nurses and orderlies plus a few indulgence passengers.

 

    Next Tuesday the latest P.and O. liner, the Sardinia, will leave London for the cape as the 12th charter from that company.

 

    The Golconda, from India, arrived at Natal on Tuesday.

    

    The Syria, for Southampton , left Table Bay on Tuesday afternoon.

 

London Times 15/08/02 (Friday)

p4e    The Braemar Castle left for England Aug. 7,  with the following on passage home:   

    2/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. W.H. O’Neill, Capts. R.C.W. Lukin, C.H. Haigh, H.P. Wolff, R. Jenkins, E.C.S. Jervis, Lts. H.G.R.F. Andrews, J.B. Drummond, J.S. Ireland, R.F. Forbes, S.G. Shepperd, J. Evans, H. Barwell, P.G. Nevile, H.H. Holmes, R.D. Anderson, T. Thomas, Lt. & Qm E. Hides, and 594 men

    9/I.Y.  – Majs. T.R. Mallock, T. Walcott, Capts. A.E. Darvall, W.N. Dugdale, G.H. Ardagh, G.H. Mytton, H.G. Young, E.W.P. Uniacke, Lts. H.G.S. Gray, H. Ellis, N.I.M. Campbell, A.G. Wade, R.R. Tailyour, A. Hine, A.G. Bolingbroke, H. Davis, H,.C.C. Dela Poer, B.H.M. Ritchie, E. Coates, E.A. Ash, Lt. & Qm. C, Bingham and 473 men

    26/I.Y.  – Capts. A. St. G. Gibbons, H.A. Boyce, E.A. Digby, C.W. Carey, F.W. Moir, Lts.  G. Seccombe, L. Johnston, J.A. Chalk, L.A. de S. Dethoren, H.M. Goldie, J.A. Moncrieff, Lt. & Qm. S. Reid and 151 men

    1/Connaught Rangers  – Capts. H. W. Biddulph, A. Webber, Lt. H.P. Blake White and 151 men

    Gloucester  – Capt. C.B. Messiter

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. R.F. O’Brien, Maj. F.S.S. Le Quesne and 14 men

    Civil Surgs. A.E. Softly, J.T. Titterton, A. Jack, F.A. Bailey, J. McMillan, F.W. Dawson

    Nursing Sisters S. Clarke, A. McLeod, M.C. Reilly, A.M. Lashwood, H. Wolford Hansen, C. Cruickshank, E. Smith

    Rev. Davis

    Due Southampton Aug. 28

 

    The Canada left Point Natal for Bombay with the following:

    RAMC  – Maj. N.M.S. Henderson

    Indian Mes. Service  – Lt. J. Moore

    1/Manchester  – Lt. C.C. Stewart

    Punjaub Ligh Horse  – Lt. Clifford

    Indian Med. Serv.  – 11 assistant surgeons

 

    The Maplemore left for England Aug. 7 , with the following on passage home:

    10/Hussars  – Lt. W.A.H. Buss and 50 men

    17/Lancers  – Lt. B.D. Fisher and 49 men

    RA  – Capt. J.C.W. Malony, Lts. R.F.E. Ewart, H. Cowell, H.W. Paxton, 2/Lt. C.E. Lawder and 29 men

    RE  – Maj. A.L. Schreiber, Capts. C.S. Wilson, H. Hildebrand, D.A. MacInnes, P.G. Torant and 357 men

    2/Black Watch  – Lt. R.A. Bullock and 100 men

    2/R. Fus.  – Maj. R.N. McMahon, Lt. R.H. Torkington, 2/Lt. J.H. Williams, and 149 men

    1/W. Riding  – Capt. P.B. Strafford, Lt. C.O. Jubb, and 148 men

    2/Northampton  – Maj. C.S. Cpoland, 2/Lt. R.B. Parker, and 149 men

    1/KRRC  – Capt. L.B. Cumberland, Lt. A.T. Hodgson, 2/Lt. CP.R. Rawlings and 152 men

    2/Wilts.  – Maj. C.H. Kirkwood, Lt. C.A. Barker, and 149 men

    1/Munster Fus.  – Lt. J.C.M. Canny and 117 men

    Leinster  – Maj. K.M. Drummond and 97 men

    RAMC  – Maj. A.L. Josling and 17 men

    ASC  – 9 men

    Civil Surgs. G. Hodge, A.R. Tweedie

    South African Irr. Corps  – 115 men

    Due Southampton Aug. 30.   

 

London Times 16/08/02 (Saturday)

p3f    The Roslin Castle, for South Africa , left Pernambuco on Thursday.

 

    The Orissa and the Dilwara, from Table Bay, for home, arrived Las Palmas yesterday .

 

    The Manila, for Southampton , left Natal on Thursday.

 

    The Maplemore, port of call has been changed from Las Palmas to Madeira.

 

    The Fort Salisbury arrived at Southampton yesterday evening and landed 500 invalid and reservist troops.

 

London Times 18/08/02 (Monday)

p6d     The Tintagel Castle, from Cape Town , arrived Southampton yesterday with the following:

    Lovant’s Scouts  – 10 officers and 219 men

    1/DG  – 83 officers and men

    RHA  – 234 officers and men

    2/Lincoln  – 199 officers and men

    R. Irish Fus.  – 100 officers and men

    R. Welsh Fus.  – 101 officers and men

    2/Cornwall L.I.  – 89 officers and men

    Border  – 101 officers and men

    Northampton  – 100 officers and men

    Leinster  – 100 officers and men

    I.Y  – 75 officers and men

    Details

 

    The Saxon also brought troops consisting of ten officers and 281 men, details, and 25 officers and 1,281 Reservists for various depots.

London Times 19/08/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 20/08/02 (Wednesday)

p9c    The Norham Castle left for England Aug 11 with the following on passage home:

    8/I.Y.  – Maj. F. Humb, Capts. W.H. Griffiths, W. Jenkins, F.W. Saunders, Lts, A.E.T. Stuckey, R.A. Swan, W. Holding, R.N. Pike, T.P. Forwood, G.H. Chapman, H.W. Tracy, F.C. Thomson, L.M. Garstin, E.W. King, and 364 men .

    24/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. H. Bryne, Capts. C.A. Booth, F. Jenkins, W.P. Wells, Lts. E.J.G. Boro, A.R. Asling, J.R. Boothby, E.A. Barrett, R.J. Watson, and 208 men.

    25/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. J.R. Harvey, Capts. H.E.M. Hutchinsin, A.M. Calwell, W.W. Ferris, F.G. Chamberlin, Lts. W.H. Wilson, D.C. Graham, E.C. Hopkins, C.E. Moxon Browne, R. Owen, Lt. & Qm. W. Weightman and 159 men .

    2/I.Y.  – 25 men

    RAMC  – Maj. G.T.H. Thomas, Lt. A. M. Maclaughlin and 6 men .

    Civil Surg. J.P. Byrne

    Nursing Sisters C. Strahan, L.A.H. Seligmann.

    Due Southampton Aug. 31.

 

    The Arundel Castle left for England Aug. 4 with the following on passage home:

    1/Staffordshire  – Lt.-Col. H.A. Raitt,

    Manchester  – Bt. Maj. A.W. Marden, Capt. H.W. Stevens and 97 men

    KRRC  – Capts. W.A.J. Kay, G.K. Priaulx, Lts. F.C. McLachlan, B.J. Curling and 148 men

    Royal Scots  – Lt. T.E. Russell and 98 men

    R. Irish  – Maj. A.S. Orr, Lts. E.C. Lloyd, G.A. O’Callaghan and 148 men

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. F.J. Radcliffe and 96 men

    Fife Mil. Art.  – Capt. D. Burges

    York & Lancs.  – Maj. H.S. Scholey, Lt. T.W. Parkinson and 100 men

    Middlesex  – Maj. G.W.G. Savile, Capt. G.W. Bentley and 100 men

    Liverpool  – Maj. E.H. Molyneux Seel, Capt. W.S. Bannatyne and 97 men

    Lincoln  – Lts. E.N. French, G. le Huguet and 100 men

    Buffs  – 2/Lt. G.A.C. Chapman and 46 men

    S. Lancs.  – Capt. S.H. Skinner, Lt. G.R. Mott and 90 men

    Shropshire L.I.  – Capts. E.R. Luard, H.G. Bryant, 2/Lt. F.J. Leach and 149 men

    R. Lancs.  – Lt. A.H.B. Foster and 98 men

    E. Yorks.  – Lt.-Col. J.R.F. Sladen

    RAMC  – Maj. J.H. Daly and 8 men

    RA  – Lt. G.W.B. Gabbitas

    Jersey Mil.  – Capt. A.W. Godfrey

    Civil Surgs. J. Weglesworth, H.M. Ticknell

    Nursing Sisters B.F. Belton, D. Gilbert, A. Britten, G.A. Boyce, E. Coburn, D. Cocker, E.A. Hancock, E.W. Jayne, A.S. Johnstone

    Details  – 20 men

    Due Southampton 26 Aug.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   20/08/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Aug. 14.    The Ionian, from Liverpool, has brought 1,500 troops. The Golconda has arrived from Calcutta with 500 Boer prisoners who will go to Umbilo Camp.

 

p23    Dateline London, Aug. 13.    The City of Vienna left Bermuda for South Africa  yesterday with 1,090 Boer prisoners. The Staffordshire is going to Bermuda to take on Boer prisoners. The Malta is bound for St. Helena to take on 1,000 Boer prisoners.

 

London Times 21/08/02 (Thursday)

p3b    Dateline St. Helena, Aug. 20.        The Tagus left to-day with 997 Boer prisoners for South Africa . including Gen. and Mrs. Cronje and staff.  The Avondale Castle took 20 prisoners for South Africa yesterday.

 

p5e    The Syria left for England Aug. 12 with the following on passage home:

    Staff  – Capt. W.A. Gordon

    8/Hussars  – Capt. G.M. Mort, Lt. R.W. Allen and 100 men

    I.Y.  – Maj. P. Coke

    RA  – Maj. W.G. Massey, Capts. J.H.W. Johnstone, H. Allcard, S.F. Stallard, G.H. Nugey, G.H. Rickard, J.H. Patterson, F.A. Wilson, H.E. Street, G. Wheeler, A.G. Hay, R.T. Hill, A.C. Edwards, J.A.P. Robinson, C.W. Scott, Lt. E.N. Tandy

    RFA  – 183 men

    RGA  – 42 men

    R. Monmouth Mil. Eng.  – Lt. J.E.C. Partridge

    Leinster  – Capt. R.F. Legg, Lt. B. Usher and 100 men

    Scottish Bord.  – Capt. G.M. Hannay, Lts H.W. Todhunter, E.W. Macdonald and 148 men

    Seaforth High.  – Maj. E.R. Bradford, Capts. the Hon. C.H.M. St Clair, H.F. Baillie and 198 men

    Derbyshire  – Capt. G. Radford, Lt. R.S. Popham and 200 men

    R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. F.S. Papham

    R.M.A.  – Lt.-Col. A. Paris

    Yorks. L.I.  – Capt. F. Riley

    KRRC  – Lts. R.M.B. Farrell, E.W. Marsh

    Wilts. – Lt. E.J. FitzG. King

    S. Wales Bord.  – Capt. J.P. Wood, Lt. C.W. Hitchcock

    W. Riding  – Lt. J.A. Whitaker

    RB  – Maj. H.C. Petre, Capr. S.M. Neill

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. E. de P. McKelly

    ISC  – Lt. E.W.C. Ridgeway

    South African L.H.  – Lt. J. Munro

    Yorks.  – Lt. J.H. Samuel

    Gordon High.  – Capt. J.E. Park

    Northampton  – Lt. H.N. Nicholson

    R. Irish  – Lt. A.E. De W. Waller

    Queensland M.I.  – Capt. H.M. Wolsteen

    Cape Police  – Lt. S. Grave

    Victorian Imp.  – Lt. C.B. De B. Darey

    RAMC  – Maj. R.J.A. Durrant, Capt. B.W. Longhurst and 15 men

    Rev. H.G. Thompson

    Civil Vet. Surgs. G.H. Barber, H.H.L. Somers, W. Hepburn

    Civil Surgs. W.J.O. Jaring, E.C. Osborne

    Nursing Sisters E.M. Beesby, H. Fishery

    South African Irr. Corps  – 23 men

    Details 29 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 2.

 

    The Bulawayo left for England Aug 14 with the following on passage home:

    RA  – Lt. R.F. Daubuz

    I.Y.  – Capt. A.L. Tottenham, Lts. C.H. Mellish, E.C. Wright, G.G. Philip, J.H. Sinclair, F.N. Powell and 54 men

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. E.M. Eyre

    Cheshire  – Capt. A.S. Coper, Lt. J.A. Busfield and 149 men

    Hampshire  – Capt. G.H. Parker, Lt. A.C. Addison and 150 men

    Suffolk  – Capt. W.D.B. Halbed, Lt. C.R. Logan and 102 men

    RAMC  – Capt. H.B.J. Walton and 10 men

    Civil Surgs. R. Hassard, H. Hutcheons

    Nursing Sisters F.A. Rhodes, S.A. Fisher

    POC  – 42 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 5

 

    The Simla arrived Southampton Tuesday with 64 officers and 442 men (invalids)

   

    The Dilwara arrived Southampton yesterday with 43 officers and 1,045 men .

 

London Times 22/08/02 (Friday)

p3b    Dateline St. Helena, Aug. 21.        The Canada embarked 1,000 Boer prisoners for return to South Africa .

 

p5a    The Norman left for England Aug. 14 with the following on passage home:

    5/Lancers  – Lt. A.M.R. Bingham and 50 men

    7/DG  – Lt. F.C. Watson and 100 men

    6/DG  – Capt. G.C. Holland

    8/Hussars  – Lt. M.F.S. Howard

    12/Lancers  – Capt. & Qm. W. Barrows and 50 men

    RA  – Lt.-Col. H.S. Horne, C.J.H. Seymour, Majs. W.H. Oliver, G.D. Chamier, L.A. Tighe

    RE  – Lt.-Col. C.D. Learoyd, Capt. A.N. Tucker

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. F.G. Hughes

    L. N. Lancs.  – Lt. R. Trefusis, 2/Lt. R.W. Woodmass and 104 men

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Capts. A.E. Mainwaring, F.W. MacDonell, A.F. McDermott, Lt. J.P.B. Robinson and 150 men

    Northumberland Fus.  – Capts. S.A.J.B. Percival, A.C. Girdwood and 99 men

    S. Wales Borderers  – Maj. J.H. du B. Travers, Lts. C.L. Taylor, R.W. Bradley and 152 men

    Border  – Capt. A.E. St. V. Pollard, Lt. G.E. Warren and 99 men

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Capt. A. Hay, Lt. R.E.C. Ball and 151 men

    R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. E.G. Cochrane, 2/Lt. J.H.R. Yardley and 51 men

    IG  – Capt. Lord H. Scott

    R. West Surrey  – Capt. B.T. Pell

    Connaught Rangers  – Capt. J.F. Robertson

    E. Lancs.  – Capt. C.J. Lloyd-Carson

    R. Warwick  – Capt. G.I. Phillips, Lt. H.C. Anstey

    R. High.  – Col. E.G. Grogan, Maj. G.J.E. Livingstone

    Yorkshire  – Lt. E.S. Drown

    Suffolk  – Lt. J.C. Hughes-Bonsall

    Essex  – Capt. G.B. Wallace

    Manchester  – Capt. J.M. Webb

    E. Ken t  – Capt. F.S. Reeves

    RAMC  – Surg.-Gen. Sir W.D. Wilson, Lt.-Col. R.J.S. Simpson, Maj. S. Hickson, Capt. A.F. Tyrrell, T.W. Gibbard, Capt. & Qm. J. Hirst, Lt. & Qm. A.J. Pilgrim and 22 men

    ASC  – Col. R.B. McComb

    APD  – Lt.-Col. H. Bowen

    Lumsden’s Horse  – Lt. C.G. Huddleston

    Revs. L.J. Mathews, A.J. Stevenson, F.W. Bennett

    Civil Vet. Surgs. F.H. Pinkett, M. Huband

    Nursing Sisters C.F. Hodhe, L. Dawson

    Due Southampton 30 Aug.

 

    The Ionian left Point Natal Aug 16 for Madras with the following:

    G Batt. RHA  – Capt. S.G. Gosling, Lts. E.M. Cunninghame, K.H.C. Sherbrooke and 158 men

    6/DG  – Maj. A.C. Hamilton, Capts. S.R. Kirby, W.G. Home, H.C. Bickford, W.E. Watson, Lts. S.W. Webster, H. Sadler, O.S.T.M. Jones, D.A. Ker, W.A. Duncombe, B. Waterhouse, 2/Lts. A.G. Gwyer, C.S. Knight, Vet Lt. Brown, 2 warrant officers and 493 men

    1/Essex  – Lt.-Col. C. Wood, Majs. W.G. Carter, H.H.W. Rason, J.S. Spencer, Capts. R.C.L. Buttley, J.M. Tuffnell, Lts. F.C. Rasch, F.N. Whitmore, R. Neave, F.A. Hamilton, J.H. Pattisson, T.C. Strickland, Bt. Maj. A.G. Pratt, Lt. H. Wills, one warrant officer and 950 men

    1/E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. C.W. Watson and 28 men

    RGA  – 11 men

    Details  – 11 men

    RAMC  – Majs. P.J. Power, C.W. Johnston, Lts. A.C. Adderley, J. Powell, T. B. Unwin, and 3 men

    IMS  – 12 men

    Due Madras 31 Aug. The units named above are for Bangalore, Madras.

 

London Times 23/08/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 25/08/02 (Monday)

p4c    The Palawan left East London Aug. 19 for England with the following:

    38/I.Y.  – Bt. Maj. C.W.G. Richardson

    2/Dorset  – Capt. H.B. Household and 103 men

    1/W. Riding  – Capt. F.S. Exham, Lt. E.R. Taylor and 99 men

    20/Hussars  – Lt. A.C. Little and 32 men

    2/Seaforth High.  – Capt. R.S. Wilson, Lt. P.M. Burn and 98 men

    2/Wiltshire  – Capt. E. Evans, Lt. R.F. Guy and 100 men

    2/Northampton  – Lt. C.W. Barton, 2/Lt. A.G. Joiner and 100 men

    2/R. Dublin Fus.  – Lts. C.T.W. Grimshaw, T.A. Moore, E.C.B. Hawkes and 98 men

    2/R. W. Kent  – Lts. F.J. Joslin, E.D. Luard and 100 men

    R. Irish Rifles  – Capt. V.J. Kelly and 98 men

    2/R. Berks.  – Lt. R.P. Harvey, 2/Lt. F.B. Toms (attached) and 57 men

    RAMC  – Maj. F.W. Birch, Capts. J.C. Jameson, H.S. Thurston and 54 men

    Civil Surgs. R. Lindsay, J.R. Marshall,  A.McKay (K. Hallock)

    Nursing Sisters K. Parminter, S.E. Richmond

    Due Southampton Sept. 11

 

    The Templemore arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with 25 officers and 1,495 men

  

    The Gascon arrived at Southampton yesterday morning .

 

    The Kinfauns Castle arrived Southampton Saturday with 31 officers and 691 men of the 3/I.Y. 78 time expired men, including 32 from the POC., and 42 officers and details.

 

London Times 26/08/02 (Tuesday)

p3a    Dateline Bermuda, Aug. 25.         The Staffordshire sailed to-day for Cape Town with 1,046 Boer prisoners returning to South Africa .

 

p4c    The Bavarian left for England with the following on passage home:

    RFA  – Maj. T.R.C. Hudson, Capts. R.S. Hardman, F.H. Metcalfe, A.M.R. Malloch, J.F.A. Higgins, A.M. Fox, Lts. C.F. Potter, H.A.L. Mundy, F.G. West, H.B. Higgon, W.E.D. Broughton, H.R. Ayton, and 358 men

    R. Fus.  – Capt. G.C.R. Overton, Lts. S.J. Lowe, J.B. Hulton, and 100 men

    Lincoln  – Lt. R.D. Warren and 101 men

    R. Irish  – Capt. E.F. Milner, Lt. C.G. Holland and 97 men

    E. Ken t  – Capts. G.B. Mairis, J. McB. Ronald and 100 men

    R. Scots  – Bt. Maj, H.F. Wingate, 2/Lt. E.J.F. Johnston and 100 men

    KRRC  – Maj. H.R. Blore, Lt. I.S.C. Rose and 98 men

    Somerset L.I.  – Maj. H.R. Lloyd, Capt. H.F. Hardman , Lt. A.W.S. Paterson and 152 men

    Cameron High.  – Capt. A. Horne, Lt. J.A. Orr and 100 men

    A & S High.  – 2/Lt. Hon. R. Bruce, O.C. Walker and 105 men

    Yorkshire  – Capt. E.H. Esson, Lt. A.P. Strange and 158 men

    Norfolk  – Maj. C.R. Ballard, Lt. R.E. Walter and 153 men

    Dorset  – Capt. W.A.C. Fraser, Lts. D.N. Davidson, L.C. Wagstaff and 147 men

    RB  – Capts. J. Harrington, C.A. Mitchell, Lts. H.C. Prittie, J.L. Buxton, 2/Lt. N.M. Bullen and 51 men

    ASC  – Maj. H. Davis, Capt. N.G. Anderson and 103 men

    I.Y.  – Capt. O.B.M. Power

    S.Wales Bord.  – Lts. A.C.A. Blackwell, E.G. Howell, F. Lawrence

    R. Irish Rifles  – Lt. W. Eastwood

    R. Malta Mil.  – Lt. F. Stivala

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. H.F. Watson

    ISC  – Capt. F.W. Daniell, Lt. O. St. J. Skeen

    AOC  – Lt. R.J. Findlay

    RE  – Maj. E.M. Burton

    Cheshire  – 2/Lt. J.E. Carey

    R.W. Surrey  – 2/Lts. H.F. Lewis, H.N.A. Hunter, E.C. Feneran

    Durham L.I.  – Maj. E. St. G. Pratt, Lt. S.J. Unthank

    Oxford L.I. – Lt. C.G. Higgins

    R. Sussex  – Lts. G.E. Leachman, G.C. Morphett

    RAMC  – Col. J.D. Edge, Majs. R.P. Bond, W.B. Day, F.J. Morgan and 25 men

    R. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. C. Newington

    Marshall’s Horse  – Capt. C.W. Wallis

    Western L.H.  – Lt. R. Hescroff

    Kimberley  – Lt. W.C. Banham

    Johannesburg M.R.  – Lt. L. Soden

    Revs.  J.J.M. Cooper, A. Dyer, E.G.F. Macpherson

    Civil Surgs. A.J. Evans, N.N. Blanchard

    Nursing Sisters C.S. Travis, A.B. MacDonald, A.C.S. Anderson

    Due Southampton Sept. 8.

 

    The Plassy left for England Aug. 19 with the following on passage home:

    5/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. W.C. Anderson, Maj. T.T. Pitman, Capts. H. Whyte, M.R. Backhouse, H.A. Cheape, A.L. Phillips, J.A. Turner, Lts. E. Morgan, A.R. Taylor, R.J.W. Leyden, C.W. Foreman , S. Baldwin, T.F.R. Parry, A.M. Bellingham, W.H. George, T.S. Palmer, J. Stephenson, H. Gwynne-Smith, J.F.E. Morley, J. McIntyre, A. Kingsnorth, T.R. Jackson, H.T. Hanson, H.P.Sinclaire and 665 men

    24/I.Y.  – Maj. W.J. Stewart, Capts. C.D. Field, R.G. Hunter-Muskett, Lts. C.W.S. James, E. Bevington, K.T. Woodmass, M.V. Thomas, N.E. Cutler, H.J. Monteith, S.E. Apthorp, J. Holland, A. Kelly, and 241 men .

    RA  – Capts. C.D. Hope, G.T.M. Bridges, P.S. Ashford

    I.Y.  – Lt. H.L.W. Parker

    R.W. Surrey  – Capt. H.F. Warden

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lt. B.L. Williams

    2/V.B. Middlesex  – Capt. A.A.C. Selfe

    E. Surrey  – Maj. H.S. Sloaman

    R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. F.C.L. Veasey

    R. Warwick  – Lts. C.F. Burnand, J.B. Haddon, G.B. Marriott

    R. Irish  – 2/Lt. C.T. Furber

    W. Riding  – Capt. R.E. Maffett, 2/Lt. R.B. Clifton

    Norfolk  – Lt. J.M. Lindsay, 2/Lt. G.B.H. Jolliffe

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. S.F. Longhead, W.L. Lane, Majs. P.C.F. Gordon, H. Hosie, Capts. W.G. Beyts, A.H. Benson, Lt. & Qm. E.P. Offord

    ASC  – Lt. E.L. Franklin

    Border Scouts  – Capt. R.C. Damon

    Cape Colonial Forces  – Maj. Scot-Harden

    Civil Surgs. L. Fraser-Hurst, R.H. Facey, J.M. Ross, E. Turton

    Nursing Sisters Romistead, A.D. Barnett

    Due Southampton Sept. 6.

 

Send 23/03/00

 

London Times 27/08/02 (Wednesday)

p4b    Note Here: Lt.-Col. F.I. Maxse commanding in place of Lt.-Col. H.C. Surtees (on leave).

 

p6a     The Manila left Cape Town for England with the following invalids:

    Sick convalescent  – 198 men

    With the following on passage home:

    N. Staffs.  – Maj. T,M. Hawtayne, Capt. V.W. de Falbe and 101 men

    Essex  – Lt. G.A. Rayleigh and 44 men

    Durham L.I.  – Maj. G.C. Mansel, Lt. A.W.B. Wallace, 2/Lt. W.L. Palk and 100 men

    Yorks. L.I.  – Capt. B. Tulloch, Lt. H. Mallinsen and 100 men

    Devon  – Lt. H.J. Storey and 99 men

    RGA  – Lt. R.A. Thomas

    RAMC  – Col. H. Martin, Capt. C.B. Martin, and 12 men

    Civil Surgs. D. Massey-Burnside, E.A. Trelfalo, J. Roberts, J.H. Highet

    Due Southampton Sept. 12.

 

    The Dominion left for England Aug. 21 with the following on passage home:

    3/R. Sussex  – Maj. S.R. Clarke, Capts. C.P. Aldridge, A.R. Hurst, W.M. Clarke, P.R. Papillon, Hon. J. Tufton, A.J. Parkin, Lts. H.F. Bidder, W.W. Otter, R. Nicholson, C. St. Croix, C. Wilson, J. Vallentin, C.D. Wynter, 2/Lts. G.R. Sandeman, R.B. Powys-Lybbe, J.S. Mellor, J.T. North, C.V.M. Bell. J.C. Pickersgill-Cunliffe, Lt. & Qm. R. Pearce and 378 men .

    3/Wiltshire  – Lt.-Col. E.C.A. Sandford, Majs. R. Barclay, L.H. Warden, Capts. J.P.H. Winterscale, E.P. Lewis, Lts. F.H. Brooke, W.P.B. Fraser, 2/Lts. F.R. Bailey, H.B. Mogg, A. McC. Inglis, Lt. & Qm. G. Pepper and 511 men .

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. G.H.B. Freeth, Lt. G.H. Soames and 100 men

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Capt. G.W.B. Lloyd, Lt. D. Powell and 97 men

    Somerset L.I.  – Lt. W.H.M. Freestun, 2/Lt.  C.C. Wigram and 100 men

    Hants.  – Capt. H.L. Wheeler and 99 men

    Cheshire  – Capt. J.R.K. Birch and 97 men

    R. Irish Rifles  – Lt. R.A.C. Daunt, A.F.T. Hughes and 99 men

    RAMC  – Maj. W.L. Gray, Capt. F. Ashe and 8 men

    Nursing Sisters L.C.M.N. Noble, A.B. Briscoe

    Due Southampton Sept. 11

 

    The Orcana left for England Aug 21. The following were listed: 

    Invalids–

    CG  – Lt. J.F. Hubbard

    Sufflolk  – Lt. J.G. Black

    Worcester  – Lt. M. Crawshaw

    Shrop. L.I.  – Capt. H.M. Smith

    Connaught Rangers  – Lt. P.C. Joyce

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Capt. W.H.A. Croker

    RAMC  – Capt. F.M. Mangin

    R. Malta Arty.  – Capt. L. Monreal

    Rev. G. Hood

    Civil Surg. B.H.S. Aylward

    Nursing Sister E. Seddon

    Sick laying down , 42; sick convalescent, 247

    Wounded laying down, 6; wounded convalescent, 11

    With the following on passage home:

    Donegal Mil. Arty.  – Capt. W.H. Milligan

    I.Y.  – Lt. L.S. Deane

    R. Sussex  – Lt.-Col. D.A. Doune

    Derby  – Capt. R.C. Fenwick

    Durham L.I.  – Lt. J.W. Jeffrey

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. J.C. Dorman, Maj. E. Davis, Capt. F.W. Begbie, Lt. & Qm. A.H. Nubblett

    ISC  – Capt. B.F.R. Holbrooke

    Civil Surgs. H.K. Dawson, T.S. Allan

    Nursing Sisters E.J. Wood, J.E. Dodds, A.G. French, M.S. Milne

    Due Southampton Sept. 10.

 

    The Dunvegan Castle left for England Aug. 20 with the following on passage home:

    Shrop. L.I.  – Maj. C.T. Dawkins, Lt. G.A. Delme-Murray and 99 men

    Liverpool  – Capt. W. R. Pinwill, Lt. A.K. Kyrke-Smith and 98 men

    R. Scots Fus.  – Capt. H.H. Northey, Lt. N. McD. Teacher and 98 men

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. E.C. Brierley, Lt. C.R. Hopkinson and 99 men

    Staff  – Maj.-Gen. E. Wood

    RA  – Capts. E.B. Macnaughton-McNaughton, C.G.L.S. Nash,

    RAMC  – Majs. A.E.C. Spence, W. Turner, C.J. MacDonald, Lt. S. Wood and 8 men

    Nursing Sisters M.J. McNair, A.S. Liell

    Due Southampton Sept. 6

 

    The Soudan left for England Aug.  20, with the following on passage home:

    Manchester  – Capt. J.D.B. Erskine, 2/Lt. W.G. Mansergh and 97 men

    S. Lancs.  – Lt. E. Robson and 100 men

    E. Yorks.  – Lts. O.C. Wilkinson, H.E.P. Thomas and 100 men

    ASC  – Capt. R.B. Airey, Lt. W.J.P. England and 88 men

    E. Surrey  – Capt. A.H.S. Hart-Synnet, Lt. E. St. G. Anson and 100 men

    R. Lancs.  – Capts. W. Sandbach, J.M.A. Graham, Lt. E. Von Brockdorff and 148 men

    W. Yorks.  – Maj. H.A. Vowell, Capts. L.H. Spry, R.E.H. Lowe, Lt. A.L. Boyall and 100 men

    York & Lancs.  – Lts. A.E. Palmer, R.E. Key and 150 men

    SR  – Lt. A. McKinnon and 99 men .

    Middlesex  – Capt. C.E. Pemberton, Lt. N.E.G. Willoughby and 159 men

    Leicester  – Maj. F.E. Glossop and 100 men

    Res. of Off.  – Capt. B. Cave-Brown-Cave

    RA  – Maj. J. Cowan

    Yorks. L.I.  – Lts. T.B. Brewis, C.H. Ackroyd, A.C.G. Luther, Hon. E. Stourton

    S. Staffs.  – 2/Lt. G.R. Commings

    R. High.  – Lts. Hon. C. Hore-Ruthven, E.F.M. Urquhart, C.C. Lamb, C.C. West, 2/Lts. P.A. Duff, R.E. Forrester

    N. Staffs.  – Lt. J.H. Ridgway

    Liverpool   – Capt G. Beaumont

    KRRC  – Capt. M.L. Porter

    R. Scots Fus.  – Capt. J.H.W. Pollard

    AOC  – Lt. W.A. Simons

    RAMC  – Col. J. Rhodes, Maj. R.J. Gibbes, Capt.  W.H. Nickerson

    Rev. W.R. Gardner

    Civil Vet. Surg.  C.E. Parker

    Civil Surgs. P. Tolles, E.L. Jenkins

    Nursing Sisters K.A. Moxon, G.W. Johnson, A. Bower, P. Schere, S. Lamming, C.B. Duke, M.E. Knox, M.L. McAdam, L.A. Cowley, L.Allman, M. Potts

    The following were listed as invalids:

    16/Lancers  – Maj. A.G. Dallas

    19/Hussars  – 2/Lt. W. Gilligan

    I.Y.  – Maj. H.J. Ferguson

    RAMC  – Lt. R.A. Cunningham

    Due Southampton Sept. 10

 

    The Arundel Castle arrived Southampton yesterday morning with nearly 1,400 reservists and Militiamen from South Africa .

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   27/08/02

p3    Schedule for departure listed. From Cape Town : European, 23 Aug., 2,000; Oswestry, 26 Aug., 2,000; Walmer, 27 Aug., 1,144; Assaye, 28 Aug., 1,000; Doune Castle, 29 Aug., 1,087; Tagus, 03 Sept., 1,325; Scott, o3 Sept., 900; Wileannia, 03 Sept., 200.

    From Port Elizabeth: Galician, 24 Aug., 1,500; Harlech Castle, 03 Sept., 558; Guelph, 03 Sept., 990; Roslin Castle, 06 Sept. 830; Winefredian, 11 Sept., 2,000.

    From East London: Newark Castle, 28 Aug., 750; Avondale Castle, 06 Sept., 1,526; Greek, 11 Sept., 1,070; Winefredian, 12 Sept., 453.

    From Durban: Englishman, 31 Aog., 1,800; Galeka, 06 Sept., 1,400; Sicilia, 10 Sept., 1,050; Rippingham Grange, Date not set, 1,500; Michigan, Date not set, 1,500.

    Also mentions that these figures include the following: By the Assaye, 632 men 4/Liverpool and 350 reservists; by the Walmer Castle 888, 3/Argile and 350 reservists; by the Doune Castle, 938,  3/ H.L.I., 125 reservists, 17 RAMC, by the Tagus, 518, 3/N. Staffordshire, 675, 4/Yorks, 200 reservists, by the Guelph, 637, 6/Manchester, by the Roslin Castle, 802, 4/Durham, by the Winefredian, 1,296 I.Y., by the Avondale Castle, 740, 5/R.B., 558, 3/Lancaster, by the Greek, 515, 6/Worcester, 539, 3/E. Yorks, by the Winefredian from East London, 453 I.Y.

 

p6    The Palawan sailed from East London for England with 700 men including W. Riding, 100; Northamptonshire, 100; Wiltshire, 100; Seaforth  High . , 100; 20/Hussars, 30; Dublin Fus., 10; Dorset, 100; Berkshires, 60; and W. Kent, 100. The following officers were listed; Capt. Exham, Lt. Taylor, Lt. Barton, Lt. Joiner, Capt. Evans, Lt. Grey, Capt. Houshold, and Lt. Le Merchant.

 

p24    Dateline London, Aug. 21.     The Tagus has sailed from St. Helena for Cape Town    with 1,000 Boer prisoners. 

    Dateline London, Aug. 22.    The Canada has sailed from St. Helena for Cape Town   with 1,000 Boer prisoners.

    Dateline London Aug. 26.    The Staffordshire sailed from Bermuda for South Africa yesterday with 1,046 Boer prisoners.

 

p27    The Briton arrived yesterday with the following named military passengers: Maj.-Gen. Sir John Ardagh, Col. Harris, Capt. G.F. Jenkins.

    The Walmer Castle sails for Englend this afternoon with the following named military passengers: Cols. B. Irving, Lambton, Lt.-Col. Watson, Majs. Jenkins, Swaby, Burrows, Hicks, Capts. D. Boden, Musgrave, Legard, Lts. H. Heyworth, Parker, Truefit, Sgt. Buyan, Q-M Sgt. Williams.

 

London Times 28/08/02 (Thursday) 

p9a    The Orotava left for England Aug . 22 with the following on passage home:

    RB  – Capts. J.T. Burnett-Stuart, R. Alexander, Lt. C. Dick-Cunningham and 99 men

    Essex  – Capt. C.J. Hobkirk and 49 men

    Manch.  – Lt. E.N. Buchan and 98 men

    RE  – Lt.-Col. J.L. Irvine, Capt. R.H.H. Boys, Lts. Sir A. Bannerman, A. Meares, A.J. Wolff, E.V. Turner and 418 men

    2/DG  – Lt. A.K.H. O’Brien and 50 men

    RA  – Lt.-Col. E.J.K. Priestley, Maj. G. Milne, Capt. B.M. Bateman, Lt. C.E.G. Woollcombe-Adams, 2/Lt. B. Lamb

    RFA  – 100 men

    R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Lt. G.C. Adams and 30 men

    R. Scots Fus.  – Lt. A. St. L. Fetherstonhaugh and 99 men

    Gordon High.  – Capt. P.S. Allan, Lt. V. Gordon and 99 men

    RAMC  – Maj. M.W. Russell and 25 men

    Lt. & Qms. B.E. Essex, J.B. Conolly

    E. Lancs.  – Lt. G.E.M. Hill

    R. Warwickshire  – Capt. F.C.P. Williams-Freeman

    Yorks.  – Maj. M.L. Ferrar

    Worcester  – Bt.-Maj. B.F.B. Stuart, Lt. M.G. See

    Derby  – Lt. P.C. Shepard

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. W.G.M. Sarel

    L.N. Lancs.  – Lt. J.S. Gaskell

    Bedford  – 2/Lt. W.E.W. Tottenham

    Liverpool – Capt. T.W. Williams

    Connaught Rangers  – Lt. H.C. Hall

    R. Scots  – Capts. S.R. Dunn, R.W. Campbell

    R. Sussex  – 2/Lt. F.N. Thorne

    KRRC  – Capts. H.C. Warre, M. Pratt

    R. Fus.  – Lt. A.C. Hewitt

    Civil Surgs. V.H. Symons, H. Harvey, J.G. Cooke

    Nursing Sisters E.M. Kent, V. Christian, E. Ambrose

    Due Southampton Sept. 9.

 

    The Golconda left for England Aug. 23 with the following on passage home:

    2/SR  – Lt. S.A.C. Hamilton and 101 men

    RB  – Capt. A.C.H. Kennard, 2/Lt. W.V.L. Prescott-Westcar and 100 men

    2/Devonshire  – Lts. H.C. Whipple, B.H. Bosly and 100 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – Maj. B.W.L. Marchon, Capt. R.M. D’Arcy-Hildyard, Lt. K.J.W. Leather and 100 men

    2/Yorks. L.I.  – Capt. H.C. Fernyhough, Lt. R.H. Ellis and 100 men

    2/E. Surrey  – Capt. F.L.A. Packman, Lt. L.H. le Fleming and 100 men

    RGA  – Capt. F.F. Lambarde, Lt. H.L. Murrow and 88 men

    2/R. High.  – Capt. J.G.L. Hamilton, 2/Lt. J.M. Blair and 100 men

    1/S. Staffs.  – Capt. E.V. Cuppage, Lts. R.E.E. Franklin, G.B. Vella, Lt. & Qm. F.H. White and 100 men

    1/Leicester  – Majs. E.R. Scott, L.C. Sherer and 101 men

    2/Manchester  – 3 men

    19/Hussars  – 1 man

    RAMC  – Lt. & Qm. P. MacKintosh, G.H. Painton, Lt. F. Harvey, Lt.-Col. J. Armstrong and 8 men

    Civil Surgs. T.E. Harty, E.J.S. Chill

    Nursing Sisters K.O. White, M. Percival, G. Black, S.F. Pollard, S.M. Lippiatt, A.R. Allaway, E.A. Cowley, E.J.M. Kere, M.D. Knapp, L. Shepherd, M. Everett, M.C. Cole, A. Hill, F.C. Puddicombe, M. Clements

    4/Manchester  – Capt. R. Hunt-Grubbe

    Liverpool  – Maj. T.C.P. Glynn, Capts. G.A. Howard-Vyse, A.C. Robinson, F. Hyslop, Lts. N.B. Grounds, N.V. Stoddart, J.L. Wood, E.R.A. Hall

    Imp. L.H.  – Lt. W.H. London

    2/Munster Fus.  – Capt. A.M. Bent Lt. E.M. Simms

    Canadian M.I.  – Lt. F.S. Morrison, invalid for Canada.

    Due Southampton Sept. 14.

 

    The European left for England Aug. 24 with the following on passage home:

    ASC  – Maj. E.C. Thring and 60 men

    Derby  – Bt.-Maj. C.R. Crofton-Atkins and 98 men

    R.W. Surrey  – Lt. J.T.W. Fiennes and 43 men

    R. Irish Rifles.  – Lt. T.L.Soutry and 50 men

    Worcester  – Capts. M.R. Walsh , M.J. Sweetman and 208 men

    RFA  – Capt. R.H. Griffiths, Lts. H.A. Hamilton, T.E. Pooley and 171 men

    Bedford  – Capt. E.F. Rowe and 104 men

    Lincoln  – Maj. F.C. Lloyd and 63 men

    Cameron High.  – Capt. E. Craig-Brown, Lt. P.W.N. Fraser and 87 men

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. W.N. Herbert and 100 men

    Somerset L.I.  – Capt. J.B.C. Thompson and 32 men

    R. Sussex  – Lt. A. Gouldsmith and 109 men

    Suffolk  –   Lt. F.A. McDougall and 54 men

    E. Lancs.  – Maj. C.W.T. Goff and 96 men

    Oxford L.I.  – Lt. R.R.M. Brooke and 108 men

    Hants.  – Maj. E.S. Crofts and 32 men

    Lancs. Fus.  – Lt. C.F. Darcy and 47 men

    Gordon High.  – Capt. A.F. Gordon, Lt. D.A.D. Alexander and 69 men

    L.N. Lancs.  – Capt. R.B. Flint and 98 men

    W. Riding  – Lt. W.E. Maples and 43 men

    Dorset  – Capt. C. Saunders and 59 men

    RAMC  – Maj. T. Du B. Whaite and 15 men

    1/R. Dragoons  – Capt. E. York

    Civil Surgs. J.S. Paton, J.R. Pooler

    6/Dragoons  – 34 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 14.

 

    The Goth, Braemar Castle and Moravian arrived yesterday at Southampton .

 

London Times 29/08/02 (Friday)

p10d    The Hawarden Castle left for England Aug. 24 with the following on passage home:

    Worcester  – Maj. G.W. Lewis, Capt. P.C. Alderson and 146 men

    R. Irish Rifles  – Maj. D. Wilmot Sitwell, Capts. A.V. Weir, C.R. Spedding, Lts. E.H. Saunders, T.N.F. Davenport, C.J. Wiley and 294 men

    High. L.I.  – Maj. G.E. Begbie, Lts. G.M. Knight, R.C.W. Alston and 20 men

    ASC  – Capt. W. Taylor, Lts. H.W.A. Collum, W.H.F. Kelly, W.G. Huskisson and 245 men

    RAMC  – Maj. H. Carr and 13 men

    Civil Surgs. T.M. Johnstone, J.R. Turner

    Nursing Sisters M. McLeish, R. Howard, A. Cook

    4/Hussars  – 26 men

    11/Hussars  – 33 men

    Sick laying down – 11 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 13.

 

    The Aurania arrived Southampton yesterday morning .

 

London Times 30/08/02 (Saturday)

p4a    Additions to the passenger list for the Orotava, from St. Helena, Aug. 27:

    97 Co. RGA  – Lt. Page and 60 men

    43 Co. RE  – 9 men

    3/Buffs  – 9 men

    3/R. Sussex  – 1 man

    2/Cheshire  – 2 men

    1/Gloucester  – 1 sgt.

    3/Middlesex  – Maj. Bennett and 8 men

    ASC  – 1 lance-corporal

    Civil Surg. Wheeler

    P.O.W. Staff  – 1 W/O and 1 Qm Sgt.

 

    The Berwick Castle , the Maplemore, and the Nubia arrived at Southampton yesterday .

 

London Times 01/09/02 (Monday)

p6d    The Ortona left for England Aug 27 with the following on passage home:   

    Worcester  – Maj. Chichester, Lts. L.M. Stevens, J.E. Gordon, 2/Lts. J.L.F. Tweedie, N.C. Duncan and 144 men

    Oxford L.I.  – Maj. A. Good, Capts E. Childers, R.E. Watt and 100 men

    Gloucester  – Capt. J.W.S. Wingfield-Digby, Lts. A.A. McLeod, J. Fane and 172 men

    Bedford  – Capt. C.R.J. Griffith, Lt. A.J. Hall and 99 men

    ASC  – Capts. R.R.B. Jackson, D. Parsons and 138 men

    R.W. Kent  – Capts. C.M. Allfrey, C.E. Kitson, Lts. A.H. Grant, E.H. Norman and 100 men

    R. Sussex  – Lt. J.S. Woodruffe, 2/Lt. J.O. Nelson and 99 men

    Essex  – Capt. F.W. Moffitt, Lt. L.O.W. Jones, C.J.B. Daubeny and 118 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. F.S. Brereton, 2/Lt. F.A.C. Downes and 89 men

    E. Lancs.  – Bt. Majs. E.A. Daubeny, J.S. Baumgartner, Capts. A.A. Sanders, L.C.B. Hamber, Lt. G.C.D. Kempson, 2/Lt. L.D. Moule and 222 men

    Northld. Fus,  – Bt. Maj. W. Somerwell, Capt. A.C.L.H. Jones, Lts. T.W. Carthew, H.C. Boddam-Whetham and 146 men

    KRRC  – 2/Lt. C.T. Mackenzie and 41 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. W.W. Pike, Maj. J.P.S. Hayes, Capt. G.H. Goddard, 2/Lt. P.T. Mackenzie and 23 men

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. E. De Burgh

    Highland L.I.  – Capt. H.T. Kays

    RA  – Capts. A.C. Russell, G. Baillie, H.C.H. Burton, C. de Saumerez, Lt. & Qm. W. Bass

    R.W. Surrey  – Capt. C.W. Blake

    7/Hussars  – Capt. C.H. Rankin

    Remount Depot  – Lt. E. Greene-Lake

    I.Y.  – Maj. H.C. Carden, Lt. E.F. Flowerdew

    R. Scots Fus.  – Lt.-Col. E.E. Carr, Capt. A.H. Leggatt

    IG  – Lt. Earl of Kingston

    1/Dragoons  – Maj. G.F. Steele

    CG  – Capt. G. Fielding (Feilding)

    N. Staffs.  – Maj. L.T.C. Twyford

    Yorks. L.I.  – Lt.-Col. H.N.C. Heath

    S.W. Bordrs.  – Maj. N. Burrows

    N. Fusrs. (?).  – Lt.-Col. Hon. C. Lambton

    Manchester  – Col. J.E. Watson

    W. Yorks.  – Maj. J.M. Benson

    Canadian Scouts  – Lt. F.W. Glennie

    Australian Staff  – Capt. H.C. Caines

    W. Prov. M.R.  – Lt. G.A. Wilmot

    Civil Vet. Surg. W.B. Gridley

    Civil Surgs. L.F. McLean, J.A. Booth, F. MacCabe, J. Fleming, J.B. Boyd, A.K. Mathews

    Nursing Sisters N. Johnson, A. Fincher, S.H.J. Hadden

    M.I. Details  – 72 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 15.

 

    The Walmer Castle left for England Aug. 27 with the following on passage home:

    3/ Liverpool  – Col. J.M. Batten, Maj. E.C. Westem, Capts. R.L. Hartley, S.D. Norris, H.E. Dedinfield, H.S. Husted, F.W. Barnes, R.J. Hornridge, C.N. French, W.B. Dart, Lts. F.G. Wilmer, F.J. Lloyd, F.W.M. Drew, F.M. Watney, E.W. Chapman, 2/Lts. C.S. Bayley, R.P. Culver, H.M. MacMillan, F.G. Crompton, H.F.G. James, E.S. Wheeler, A. Blyth, H. Barton, C.H. Ker, H.O.C. Thorp, Lt. & Qm. C. Roberts and 474 men

    4/ Liverpool   – Lt.-Col. W.H. Hand, Maj. W. Maxwell, Capts. C.S. Edridge, E.M. Beall, W.T.E. Wallace, G.E.H. Sheen, W.M.L. Bower, Lts. A. Luidermore, J.A. Dearden, G.H. Jenkins, C.A.E. Miller, 2/Lts. A.B. Stephenson, R.B. Prust, G.T. Maurice, N.H. Hutcheson, C.A.C.W. Wilmer, H.P. Parker, J.M. Davidson, S.W. Price, Lt. & Qm. J.W. Bailey and 613 men

    RFA  – Lt.-Col. A. Bell Irving

    N. Staffs.  – Lt. H.P.L. Heyworth

    Cheshire  – Capt. B.H.L. Stapylton

    H.L.I.  – Capt. J.H. Purvis

    Hants.  – Maj. F.R. Hicks

    RB  – Capt. A.D. Boden

    ASC  – Maj, W.S. Swabey

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. J.A. Gormley, Maj. H.C. Thurston

    Civil Surg. J. Dawson

    Nursing Sisters C.H. Harrison, A.M. Thomson

    Due Southampton Sept. 13.

 

    The Norman arrived at Southampton 9 a.m. Saturday with 59 officers and 1,123 men .

   

    The Norham Castle arrived Southampton Saturday morning .

 

London Times 02/09/02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times 03/09/02 (Wednesday)

p4b    The Oswestry Grange left for England Aug. 29 with the following on passage home:

    3/York & Lancaster  – Lt.-Col. J.E. Groomy, Capts. E.J. Woodley, E.F. Lowthorpe, F.A. Cathcart, H.O. Swanstone, J.F. Coston, J.H. Wansbrough, D.C. McClellan, Lts. K.R. Davies, D.T. Welsh, Lt. & Qm. M.J. Duggan and 609 men

    3/A & S High.  – Lt.-Col. R.W. Colquhoun, Capts. J.W. Scott-Plummer, M.E. Rouse, W. Home, Lt. W.A. Ganden, 2/Lt. G.H.R. Gibson, Lt. & Qm. A. Beattie and 470 men

    ASC  – Lt. I.R.S. Shinkwin and 105 men

    5/Lancers  – Lt. H. de L. Hulton-Harrop and 44 men

    Norfolk  – Capt. F.D. DeB. Bell and 102 men

    Northants  – Lt. J. Wood-Martin and 90 men

    KRRC  – Lt. C.F. Hawley and 69 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. C.M. Gibbon and 48 men

    Seaforth High.  – Capt. N.A. Thompson and 112 men

    Wilts.  – Capt. W.E. Matchan and 96 men

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. W.A. Supple and 20 men

    RAMC  – Maj. R.J.C. Cottrek and 16 men

    Civil Surgs. J.M.L. Brown, T.E. Bull

    3/Hussars  – 20 men

    N. Lancs.  – 26 men

    Dorset  – 27 men

    Due Southampton 21 Sept.

 

    The Syria arrived Southampton yesterday afternoon with a number of troops from South Africa .

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition   03/09/02

p1    Dateline Durban, Aug. 30.    The Canada arrived this morning with 984 ex-Boer prisoners.

 

London Times 04/09/02 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times 05/09/02 (Friday)

p6c & d    Note Here:  Chart showing British strength at 1 Aug.1899, and 31 May 1902.

 

    The Assaye left for England Aug. 31 with the following on passage home:

    5/Middlesex  – Lt.-Col. V. Rolleston, Maj. B. Moore, Capts. W.C.C. Ash, L. Fletcher, R.H. Parnell, A.R. Brown, B.J. Russell, A.D. Snow, F.A. Baker, M.S. Furlong, Lts. L.F. Passy, J.H. Morris, G. Pearson, J.M. Bathe, R.A.H. Inglis, H. Bennett, 2/Lts. M. Miles, R.A. Leving, E.A. Vinen, P.T. Miller, C.P. Duck, C.B.S. Ricketts, Lt. & Qm. J. Lee, and 745 men

    R. Fus.  – Capt. M.L.S.O. Cole, Lts. E.H.S. Nicholson, A.C.S. Chichester, C.A.H. Palairet, R.S. May and 78 men

    H.L.I.  – Capt. R.A.H. Ronaldson, Lts. D. Cameron, R.H. Foster-Batham, J.L.C. Colquhoun, G.L. Rae, J.C. Clark, D. Lamont, W. Mearns, F.H.L. Stevenson, L.G. Aitken and 30 men

    Derby  – Lt. J.H.W. Becke and 69 men

    RA  – Capt. E.W. Grove, Lt. C.S. Cameron

    Seaforth High.  – Capt. E. Campion, 2/Lt. L. Holland

    Cornwall L.I.  – Capt. H.T. Cantan

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.D.D. Shute

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. A.P. Hart, Lt. & Qm. W. Duncan

    Remount  – Capt. Eb. Fisher

    10/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. H.L. Alexander

    Norfolk  – 2/Lt. K.M. Buxton

    Worcester  – Lt. J.T. Goff

    S. Staffs.  – Capt. S.J. Jervis

    I.G.  – Capt. H.R. Bruce

    R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. A. Grogan

    Wilts.  – Capt. A.J. Yardley

    York & Lancs.  – Maj. E.C. Broughton, Lt. G. Adhead, G. Henderson, 2/Lts. H.P. Lascelles, G.B. Groom, H.J. East, E.B. Fawcett, G.T.E. Keith, L.W. Wolrige

    R. High.  – Capt. W.R. Smith , Lt. I.J.D. Phillips

    E. Yorks.  – Lts. J.L. Fisher, E.N. Gilliatt

    Suffolk  – Lt. J.E. Marshall

    W. of Scotland Mil. Art.  – Lts. A.E. Moore, H.B. Spear, A.R. Newlands

    R. Scots Fus.  – Maj. H.E. Gogarty, Lt. W.B. Brook

    Connaught Rangers  – Lt. C.J. Hughes

    SR  – Lt. S. Campbell

    Leinster  – Lt. P. de Havilland

    A & S High.  – Lt. A.M. McG. Bell

    KRRC  – Capts. G.A.P. Rennie, J.A. Hope

    W. Riding  – Capt. K.A. McLeod

    R. Irish  – Lt. C.D. Macklin

    2/DG  – Lt. T.M. Hill

    Border Scouts  – Lt. T.W.H. Harel

    Revs. T.S. Goudge, D.P. Lane

    Civil Vet. Surgs. W. Jowett, A.D. Lalor, C.R. Twist

    Civil Surgs. F.G. Lloyd, P.T. Cairns

    Nursing Sisters M. Bell, A. Morrison

    Due Southampton Sept. 17

 

    The Doune Castle left for England Aug. 29 with the following on passage home:

    3/H.L.I.  – Col. W.F. Story, Maj. E.A. Everett, Capts. G.T.B. Wilson, L.C.E. Wyndham, J.E. Elin, G.M.G. Munro, G.D. Porteous-Arbuthnot, J.F. Anderson, E.C. Hartley, C. Greenwell, W. Neilson, Lts. R.E.W. Baird, A.G. Thomson, T. Jackson, A.C. Geddes, Capt. & Qm. W. Bissett and 880 men

    R. W. Surrey  – Lt. J. Rainsford-Hannay and 32 men

    RAMC  – Capt. H.A. Berryman and 7 men

    Civil Surg. J. McLaws

    Nursing Sisters C.S. Carse, H. Anderson

    R.W. Kent  – 22 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 19

 

    The Galician left for England Aug. 30 with the following on passage home:

    H.L.I.  – Capt. W.M.F. Hamilton, Lt. H.M. Craigie-Halkett. 2/Lt. A.J. McCulloch and 161 men

    S. Wales Bord.  – Capt. T.S. Marquis, Capt. & Qm. W. Burrows and 94 men

    R. Munster Fus.  – Capt. G.C. Bowen and 72 men

    Northumberland Fus.  – Capt. H.R. Sandilands and 29 men

    Border  – Maj. J.P. Wood, Lt. C.G.W. Andrews and 99 men

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. T.H.C. Frankland, 2/Lt. K.C. Weldon, and 105 men

    L.N. Lancs.  – Capt. H.A. Robinson, 2/Lt. D.R.H. Jackson and 50 men

    Yorks.  – Lt. H.V. Bastow and 44 men

    Welsh  – Lt. C.C.Torington and 23 men

    KRRC  – Lts. J.F.R. Pixley, A.H. Huth and 29 men

    D.C.L.I.  – Lt. R.M. Grigg and 36 men

    Cheshire  – Capt. W. Martin-Loake and 49 men

    A & S High.  – Lt. H.A. Duncan and 44 men

    R.H.A. & R.F.A.  – Capt. J.G. Dooner, Lt. H. Davies Evans and 121 men

    RGA  – Lt. A.H. Saner and 39 men

    RE  – Maj. E.D. Swinton, Lts. C.R. Johnson, C.W. Biggs and 101 men

    RAMC  – Capt. J.G. Borne and 121 men

    R. Sussex  – Capt. E.H. Montressor

    5/Lancers  – Lt. W.E. Mummers

    Oxford L.I.  – Lt. C.F. Henley

    Northampton  – Lt. P.J. Partridge

    Civil Surgs. C.J. Jenson, J.A. Clement

    Nursing Sisters M. Sinitu, E.A. Ball, E.G. Lowe

    8/Hussars  – 34 men

    12/Lancers  – 32 men

    R. Scots Fus.  – 26 men

    RB  – 25 men

    Leinster  – 22 men

    R. Welsh Fus.  – 20 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 22

 

London Times 06/09/02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted.

London Times 08/09/02 (Monday)

p6a    The Sunda left for England 01 Sept. with the following on passage home:

    3/N. Staffordshire  – Col. J.H. Monckton, Lt.-Col. G.C. Hall, Majs. G.S. Tunnicliffe, C.H. James, G.L.P. Seckham, W.L.P. Mark-Wardlaw, H. Marwood, Capts. H.E. Falls, W. Shakespeare, Lts. A.N. Ogilvie, H.J. Bath, B. White, H.G. Harrison, 2/Lts. J.T.D. Kirkpatrick, A.S. Bonsfield, H.C. Faussett, A.C. Hudson, W. Shaw-Sandiland and the following attached officers, Capt. A.T. Smythe, 2/Lts. M.M. Ralph, C.E. Griffith, R.L.S. Roberts, E.B. Place, C.E.P. Long, E.B. Wyld and 507 men

    3/A & S High.  – Majs. A.F. Mackenzie, A.H. Middleton, Capt. G.D. Baillie-Hamilton, Lts. R.M. Ker, J.R. Couper, K. Barge, J.A. Mackenzie, G. Cunninghame, J.A. Ure, A. Cuningham, B. White, and 352 men

    N. Lancs.  – Capt. R.E. Barkeley

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. H.J. Peard, Maj. D. Stiell

    Nursing Sisters H. Hogarth, A. Knaggs

    Rev. Finn

    Due Southampton Sept. 23.

 

    The Newark Castle left for England Sept. 3, with the following on passage home:

    R. Berks.  – Capt. J.H.W. Southey, Lts. A.E.F. Harris, R.J. Collins and 194 men

    R. Scots  – Capt. G. Gunn, Lt. N.K. Charteris and 113 men

    Lincoln  – Lt. R.F.G. Broomhead and 29 men

    R. Irish  – Capt. W.H. White, 2/Lt. E. Roche-Kelly and 99 men

    KRRC  – Capt. H.C. Johnson, 2/Lt. H.M. Gosling and 200 men

    RAMC  – Maj. E.R. Hamilton and 15 men

    Manchester  – Capt. R.N. Hardcastle and 98 men

    Civil Surg. J.T. Jordan

    2/DG  – 23 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 26.

 

    The Bavarian arrived at Southampton Saturday with nearly 2,000 officers and men .

 

    The Dunvegan Castle arrived at Southampton Saturday morning at 6 30.

 

London Times 09/09/02 (Tuesday)

p3c    Dateline Madras, Sept. 8.    The Transport Ionian left yesterday for South Africa with 1,300 Boers.

 

p8d    Note Here: Chart showing Home Stations of Returning Troops.

 

    The Plassy arrived Southampton yesterday morning with 36 officers and 906 men and some details.

 

London Times 10/09/02 (Wednesday)

p5b    The Scot left for England Sept. 4, with the following on passage home:

    3/Northampton  – Col. J. Hill, Majs. Earl of Westmoreland, H. Wickham, Capts. E.O. Smith, Sir. A.De Capell-Brooke, C.P. Harvey, L.H. Martineau, H. Grant-Thorold, A.G. Weigall, G.F. Hodgson, Lts. P.B. Allott, W.A. De Gale., A.W. Hunt, 2/Lts. B.H. Harrison, C.R.D. Nash-Wortham, A.W. Trefusis, H.S. Benyon, H. De Wolf, M.C. Smith, R.C. Fowler, and 613 men .

    Scottish Boreerers  – Capt. C.M. Stephenson and 76 men

    Northumberland Fus.  – Maj. G.S.C. Willmott and 59 men

    R.W. Surrey  – 2/Lt. W.A. Adams and 33 men

    R. Fus.  – Lt.-Col.  C.G. Donald, Capt. M. Byng, Lts. L.W. Kentish, W.H. Machin, 2/Lts. E.G. Ozanne, F.V.B. Birwan

    Reserve of Officers  – Lt. R. Crawshay

    S. Wales Bord.  – Lt. G.A.M. Praed

    1/Suffolk  – Lt. C.H. Standbridge

    R. Monmoth RE  – Lt. F. St. J. Atkinson,

    I.Y.  – Lt. C.P. Cross

    Staff  – Col. G.M. Bullock

    Devon  – Capt. G.N.T. Smyth-Osborne

    York & Lancs.  – Capt. C.F. Thomas

    RFA  – Capt. H.R.W.M. Smith, Lt. H.B. Cox

    Hants.  – Lt. H.B. Renny

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. M.D. O’Connell, Capt. C.J.S. Archer

    R.W. Kent  – Capt. H.L.C. Moody

    16/Lancers  – Maj. C.M. Dixon

    Lancashire Fus.  – Capt. H.O. Bishop

    Somerset L.I.  – Capt. E.G. Elger

    Essex  – Capt. G.M.H. Stirling

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. W.F. Stirling

    Gordon High.  – Lt. A.T. Gordon

    RB  – Lt. E. Coke

    Nursing Sisters J. Speed, M.J. Martin, A.F. Bodwell

    R. Irish Fus.  – 19 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 20

 

    The Wilcannia left for England Sept. 3, with the following on passage home:

    RGA  – Capt. J.C. Appleyard and 130 men

    Dublin City Mil. Arty.  – Lt. G.L.E. Sherlock

    RAMC  – Lt. P.J. Bodington and 3 men

    I.Y.  – 65 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 22.

 

    The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with over 1,200 men

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    10/09/02

p25    The Briton sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Majs. K. Daivas, White, Goring, St. Mure, Capts. Phillips, Tupper, Capt. & Mrs. Crowe, Lts. Stokes, G. Mure, Sgt. F. Watts.

   

London Times 11/09/02 (Thursday)

p3a    Dateline Wellington, Sept. 10.    The Norfolk has sailed from the Bluff with 1,000 tons of potatoes and a large quantity of frozen and preserved meat for South Africa .

 

    Dateline Simons Town, Sept. 10.     The City of Vienna arrived here from Bermuda yesterday evening with 1,100 repatriated prisoners.

 

London Times 12/09/02 (Friday)

p5a    The Tagus left for England Sept. 6, with the following on passage home:

    4/E. Surrey  – Lt.-Col. E.F. Sulivan, Maj. F.G.S. Moon, Capts. R.E. Benson, J.H. Dresser, C. O’Malley, C.R. Etches, C.G. Gordon, B.G.F. Garnett, T.H. Stringer, Lts. A.A.A. Gilbert, A. White, G.V.D.A. Innes, L.E. Haines, 2/Lts. C. Tredcroft, R.M.B.I. Cromie, J.B. Humphrey, H.B.A. Maling, H.H.G.N. Burke, P. Percival, Clark, M.G.H. Barker, T.H. Curtis, T.S. King and 824 men

    4/Yorks.  – Lt.-Col. B.G. Harrison, Capts. R.B. Turton, F.L. Puxley, F.A. Ragley, W.B. Shannon, J.F.V. Thorne, Lts. A. Wright, F. Latham, 2/Lts. A.D.B. Scott, B.H. Archer, E.F. Bates, F.W.W.M. Arden, Lt. & Qm. J. Sheridan, the following attached  – Capts. W.S. Fulton, E.C. Rogerson, A.W. Gelston, G.W. Biggs, W.A.H. Grimshaw, Lts. G.J.V. McCraig, A.B. Fulleton, C.E. Wells, H. D’Arcy, J.R. Cartwright and 531 men

    RAMC  – Maj. M.O.D. Braddell, Lt. S.G. McAllum and 12 men

    Nursing Sisters A.A. Murphy, A. Tomanley

    Cheshire  – 22 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 25 (?)

 

    The Guelph left for England Sept. 7 with the following on passage home:

    6/Manchester  – Col. C.D. Leyden, Maj. A.H. Baldwin, Capts. B.W. Pigott, W.L. Beales, J.E. Lamb, L. Johnstone, T.M. Greer, P.E. Hohnson, Lts. G.H. Ernen, R.A. Packham Bullard, A.A.P.R. Stuart, C.H.S. Vaudrey, B.M. Carrell, A.G. Moore, C.E. Roberts, 2/Lts. H. Gillios, W.H. Holroyd-Sergeant, H.J.F. Wallis, H.Y. Purcell, Lt. & Qm. M.H. Connery and 623 men

    Connaught Rangers  – Capt. H.A. Hamilton, Lt. O.F. Lloyd and 87 men

    R. Inniskilling Fus.  – Maj. C.H.L. Davidson, Capt. C.S. Owen, Lt. E. Ridings, S.F. Dunbar and 168 men

    H.L.I.  – 2/Lt. C.H.T. Whitehead and 16 men

    A.O.C.  – Capt. E.W. Bradbridge and 33 men

    RAMC  – Maj. G.E. Hale, Lt. A.J. Williamson,

    S. Staffordshire  – Capt. P.E.R.F. Smith, Lt. V.B. Wilson

    Lancs. Fus.  – Capt. J.F.E. Bowring

    3/V.B. Essex  – Lt. H.E. Phillies

    2/Middlesex V. Arty.  – Lt. G.M. Horn

    Border  – Lt. E. James

    Worcestershire  – Lt. R.L. Barlow, Devon  – Lt. E. Duke

    Berkshire  – Lt. F.H. Barkley

    Somerset L.I.  – 2/Lt. F.H. Wyley

    Shropshire L.I.  – 2/Lt. H.B. Green

    Civil Surg. J. Stewart

    Nursing Sisters C. Duncan, M. Tyndall, L. Thornton

    Due Southampton Oct. 29 (?).

 

    The Wakool left Cape Town Sept. 8 for Hong-kong with the following:

    1/Derby  – Lt.-Col. H.C. Wylly, Capts. R.H. Keller, T.H.M. Green, L.St. H. Morley, J.F. Ritchie, P.F.R. Anley, Lts. C.D.M. Harrington, G.F. De Pledge, J.H. Wybergh, W.R. Frend, G.L.H. Manby, M.B. Webb, G.D.I. Armstrong, H.L. Napier, B.W. Paul, M.B. Rimington, 2/Lt. C.D. Harvey, E.M.T. Collin, Lt. & Qm. F. Tyler and 570 men .

    ISC  – Lt. C.E. Dease ( for India)

    RAMC  – Capt. H.C. French and 4 men

    Civil Surg. M.T. Ellis

    Due Hong-kong Oct. 6.

 

    The Dominion arrived at Southampton yesterday morning .

 

    The Orcana also arrived at Southampton yesterday .

 

London Times 13/09/02 (Saturday)

p6c    The Manila arrived at Southampton yesterday morning

 

    The Palawan also arrived at Southampton yesterday with 25 officers and 938 men .

 

London Times 15/09/02 (Monday)

p10c    The Avondale Castle left East London for Southampton Sept. 9, with the following on passage home:

    5/RB  – Lt.-Col. W.C.E. Sergeant, Capts. Viscount Vernon Morpeth, F.D. Vernon, T.J. L’Estrange, W.B. Branston, R.B. Gossett, Lts. C.B. Southey, B.H. Hodgson, J.S.M. Corrie, 2/Lts. J.A. Yates, E.T.J. Kerans, F.E.P. Case, J.B. Redmond, J.G.S.W. Samamn, F.P. Edwards, Qm. W. Wadham and 671 men

    13/Middlesex V.R.C.  – N.V. Tyrwhitt,

    3/Dorset  – Lt. L.E. Mercer

    RE  – Capt. W. Hawley, Lts. A. Ruck, H.W. Milne

    4/V.B. Devon  – Lt. T. Trad

    7/ R.B.  – 2/Lt. H.C.L. Rumbold

    3/Scottish Bord.  – 2/Lt. F.H.B. Dealtry

    3/KRRC  – Capt. & Adj. C. Herbert-Stepney

    3/Leicester  – Maj. B.G. Humphrey, Capts. P.R. Fuller, C.H.D. Palmer, C. Turner, K.T. Stewart, F.R.C. Paget, H.P. Cross, R.H. Radford, Lts. G.M. Evans, W. Callington, H.F. Emmerson, H.a.F. Gordon, R.D. Burne, C.P. Mason, 2/Lts. W.H. Brymer, J.E. Courthope, A.S. Christie, W. James and 538 men

    5/R. Irish Fus.  – Maj. W.H. Broughton, Lt. A.E. Beattie

    4/S. Staffs.  – Lt. L.D. Inglefield

    Leicester  – Maj. & Adj. G.H.P. Burne

    2/E. Kent  – Lt. W.R. Stainforth and 56+ men

    1/R. Irish  – Lt. G.A. Elliott and 3 men

    1/Manchester  – Lt. A.G. Omered

    AOC  – 9 men

    RAMC  – Lt. C.R. Wilson and 50 men

    Civil Surgs. H. Bayliss, J.B. Meldon

    Nursing Sisters H. Freer, F.L. Gledhill, E. Taylor, K. Lamant

    2/R. Berks.  – Lts. J.P. Hunt, J.R. Bassett, B.H.W. Taylor , G.F. Way (attached) and 198 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 3.

 

    The Walmer Castle arrived Southampton 10 40 a.m. Saturday with 46 officers and 1,087 men .

 

    The Golconda arrived Southampton (?) Saturday (?) with 990 men .

 

    Note Here: Lt.-Col. J.T. Sterling, CG, mentioned here.

 

London Times 16/09/02 (Tuesday)

p6c    The Harlech Castle left for England Sept. 9, with the following on passage home:

    3/Cheshire  – Col. A. Hill, Majs C.P. Lees, R.J. Cooke, Capts. F.E. Christian, W.C. Earle, C.H. Toler, J. Dundas, Lts. A.T. Sheringham, P.J. Mottram, T.M. Booadbent, F.D. Frost, C.A. Matterson, R.D. Apthorp, 2/Lts. J. R. Brooks, J.D. Penrose, Lt. & Qm. T. Dutton and 442 men .

    S. Lancs.  – Capt. R.A. Greg

    Derbyshire  – Lt. R.B. Rickman and 18 men

    R. Manmouth Eng.  – Lt. F.E. Gill

    Seaforth High.  – Lt. & Qm. D. King

    RAMC  – Capt. C.E. Pollock

    Civil Surgeon L.C. Whittaker

    Nursing Sisters E.M. Chamberlain, E.M. Dutton

    Due Southampton Oct. 3.

 

    The Canada left for England Sept. 9, with the following on passage home:

    1/Border  – Lt.-Col. G.H. Ovens, Majs. W.F. Nash, C.E.H. Cooch, Capts. P.J. Bellamy, G.F. Booadrick, Lts. P.F.B. Hawes, W.L. Allen, E.H.H. Lees, C.H. Harrison, 2/Lts. B.O. Palmer, S.H. Dawson, S.H. Worrall, A.P. Blackwood, J.W. Chumley, H.A. Askew, P.P.W. Fendall, Lt. & Qm. F.W. Austin and 452 men

    1/Suffolks  – Majs. V.W.H. Graham, C.F. Lenneck, Capts. C.R. Fryer, G.N. Glossop, F.A. White, F.T.D. Wilson, Lts. S.J.B. Barnardiston, G.A.L. Thompson, G.P. Newstead, E.N. Jourdain, A.H.W. Temple, A.G. Taylor, T.F.S. Pratt, E.H. Reid, 2/Lts. H.E. Thomas, P.S. Walker, W.M. Campbell, Capt. & Qm. A. Smith and 488 men

    2/Hants.  – Lt.-Col. H.W. Smith, Bt.-Maj. H. Tompson, Capts. M. de Montmorency, H.J.W. Whitaker, Lts. H.W. Man, E.R. Street, A.E. Andrews, N.E. Baxter, W.H. Middleton, F.S.T.J. Barton, 2/Lts. J.D.M. Beckett, B.S. Parker, W.C. Garcia, G.W. Reid, Lt. & Qm. D.G. Andrews and 449 men

    31 Co. RGA  – Capt. R.C.J. Alexander, Lt. F.F. Rynd and 55 men

    7/RE  – Maj. E.D. Haggitt, Capt. R.H. Macdonald, Lts. R.H. McClintock, E.E.B. Wilson and 54 men

    45/RE  – Capt. G.E. Smith, Lt. J.J. Connor and 68 men

    3/DG  – Capt. W.R. Ponsonby

    6/DG  – Lt. H. Dixon

    8/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. C.E. Duff

    12/Lancers  – Lt.-Col. T.J. Atherton

    RGA  – Lt.-Col. H.C.C.D. Simpson

    RE  – Maj. J.S. Purvis

    Leicester  – Maj. S.R.L. White

    Leinster  – 2/Lt. W.H. Kerans

    R. Irish Fus.   – Capt. & Qm. R. Johnson

    R. Lancs.  – Capt. W.B. Malony

    E. Surrey  – Lt. G.F.C. Wollett, 2/Lts. G.S. Hutton, H.E. Ward, C.W. Wall

    Yorks.  – Capt. G. Christian

    R. Fus.  – Capt. A.W. Rickman

    Derby  – Lt. C.G.W. Hobbs

    R. Irish  – Maj. F.I. Gavin

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Maj. W. Bromilow

    Northumberland Fus.  – Maj. C. Armstrong

    W. Yorks.  – Capt. H.B. Trevor

    AOD  – Lt.-Col. G.J. Butcher

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. R.C. Gunning

    Border Scouts  – Capts. C. Tabateau, H. Tabateau, F. McSheehy

    Cape GA  – Lt. D. McCarthy

    Civil Surgs. W. Lee, J.C. Franklin

    Nursing Sisters V.J. Lamb, M. Dow.

    Due Southampton 26 Sept.

 

    The Ortona arrived Southampton yesterday morning with troops.

 

    The European also arrived Southampton with a number of officers and 1,900 troops.

 

London Times 17/09/02 (Wednesday)

p5d    The Briton left for England Sept. 10,  with the following on passage home:

    5/R. Warwick  – Maj. J.F. Clyde, Capts. E.L. Allen, L.M.F. Gladwin, J.L. Hacket, C.A.R. Hodgson, J.H.G. White, J.M.C. Austin, C.H.G. Newington, Lts. W. Cosier, C.E. Adamthwaite, G.B. Ford, H. Stoddart, P.J. Locke, O.T. Crawshay, 2/Lts. W.A. Panton, J.M. Milling, H. Chadwick, A.G. Martin, C. Fletcher, J.M. Lingen. T.F. Brook, Capt. & Qm. G. Rance and 671 men

    11/RE  – Capt. W.T. Digby, Lt. R.F.A. Hobbs and 48 men

    6/RE  – Maj. H. Broke, 2/Lt. D. Ogilvy and 52 men

    4/RE  – Lt. L.C. Jackson and 23 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt. F.W.E. Johnson and 73 men

    8/Hussars  – Capt. L.C. Page and 28 men

    Yorkshire  – Maj. M.H. Tomlin, Lt. G.C. Evans, 2/Lts. G.P. Stevens, B.C.D. Nash-        Wortham, B.L. Maddison, C.E. Moss-Blundell

    Essex  – 2/Lts. C.F. de Salis, A.R. Earle, M.A.P. Gilman

    Middlesex  – 2/Lt. R. Maclean

    RGA  – Capt. A.D. Freeland

    West Riding  – 2/Lts. S.F. Marriner, N.B. Goddard, D.A. Fairbairn, G.C.B. Farrel

    R. Dublin Fus.  – 2/Lts. U.C. Jennings, J.F. Newton, J.E. Clarke

    Somerset L.I. Maj. W.P. Braithwaite

    3/Hussars  – Capt. B. Granville

    York & Lancs. – Capt. B.B. Learoyd

    R. Fus.  – Maj. S.T.B. Lawford

    RAMC  – Maj. W.H. Pinches

    Canadian M.I.  – Capt. J.H. Staple, Lt. J.E. Armstrong and 53 men

    Canadian Scouts  – Lt. F.W. Lerwill

    Civil Surg. R.L. Rose

    Nursing Sisters A. Jarman, A. Rose-Innes

    R. Sussex  – 20 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 27

 

    The Avoca left for England Sept. 10, with the following invalids:

    RGA  – Lt. H.R. Adams

    Tipperary Mil. Arty.  – Lt. R.M. Knolles

    Lincolns.  – Lt. S.L. Swanzy

    Worcesters.  – 2/Lt. N.C. Duncan

    R. Sussex  – 2/Lt. A.W.K. Lloyd

    S. Lancs.  – Capt. H. De L. Walters

    KRRC  – Maj. H.C. Howard

    Seaforth High.  – Lt. J.A. Brims

    R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. M.F.B. Dennis

    APD  – Capt. R.W. Fanshawe

    Lts. W. Underwood, M.H. Mather

    Civil Surgs. A. Ellenbogen, W. Erskine

    Nursing Sisters L.C. Mitchell, M. Roche

    Sick laying down , 44; sick convalescent, 211

    Wounded laying down, 8: wounded convalescent, 12

    With the following on passage home:

    45/RFA  – Maj. R. Casement, Lt. J.H.S. Stone and 59 men

    86/RFA  – Capt. F. Rainsford Hannay, Lt. E.F. Shewell, 2/Lt. W.S. Pillans and 52 men

    87/RFA  – Capt. W.H.C. Bell, Lt. R.A. McClymont and 58 men

    Elect. Eng.  – Maj. A. Bain, Capts. E.L. Leaf, H. Bigge and 24 men

    Essex  – 2/Lts. H.E. Watkins, W.C. Warren, T. Dallin

    R. Munster Fus.  – Lt. J. Hodgins, 2/Lts. A.J. Marshall, R.W. Goff

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. P.H. Johnston, Capt. J.G. McNaught

    Celon M.I.  – Capt. R.V. Webster

    Civil Surgs. R.T. Harrison, F.Z. Davies, J.J.Y. Campbell

    Nursing Sisters M.S. Farley, A. Mackenzie, R.L. Shappere, M. Fawcett, A. May.

    APOC  – 50 men

    Northumberland Fus. 16 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 1.

 

    The Roslin Castle left for England Sept. 11 with the following on passage home:

    4/Durham L.I.  – Lt.-Cols. H.M. Greenwell, C.W. Darwin, Maj. J.E. Bush, Capts. R.H.W. Cardiff, T. Hodgson, W.A. Fraser, H. Danvern, P.C. Du S. Leather, G.A. Warburton, A.E.M. Bacon, Lts. C.H. Wilkinson, H.W. Glenn, W.G. Hoare, A.B. Clayton, 2/Lts. A.J.E. Smith, N.A.G. Leadbitter-Smith, J.S. Archer, C.B.F. Bennett, J.O.F. Bennett, J.E. Knowles, C.S. Garbett, E. Shaw Phillips, W.T. Wyllie, J.R. Cleave, R.W. McGrath, Capt. & Qm. J.M. Byrne and 749 men

    3/ R. Irish  – Lt. E.H.B. Thompson

    3/Gordons  – 2/Lt. R.L. McCall

    R. Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt. B.H. Purdon

    Seaforth High.  – Lt. G.W. Tweedie

    RA  – Lts. L. Gascoigne, A.M. Addison, M. Crofton

    2/V.B. Northumberland Fus.  – C.B. Skinner

    L.N. Lancs.  – Lt. C.B. Wallis, 2/Lts. C.N.C. Hayter, F.G. Kunhardt

    R. Innis. Fus.  – Lt. C. Alexander, 2/Lt. H.A. Harris

    Reserve of Officers  – Maj. C.de C. Ethridge, Lt. F. Walter

    12/Lancers  – Capt. W.H. Greenly, Lt. J.J. Pawson

    Yorks.  – Capts. E.C. Clegg, R.J.T. Bindley, Lts. R.H. Duff, A.W.B. Brown, 2/Lt. A.S. Croswaite

    Liverpool  – Lt. J.H.S. Batten

    Connaught Rangers  – 2/Lt. G.F. Callaghan

    Cameronians  – 2/Lt. E.P. Grant

    Sussex Mil. Arty.  – Lt. D.D. Rose

    Buffs.  – Lt. E.H. Lynch

    E. Surrey  – Capt. R.E. Benson

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. W.F. Stirling

    R. Irish Rifles  – Capt. J.D. Hamilton

    RAMC  – Maj. J. Will, Lt. & Qm. A. Clapshaw

    ASC  – 2/Lt. A.E. Hogger

    A.P.D.  – Maj. R.W. Graham

    Bethune’s M.I.  --  Capt. C.T. Coke

    Border Scouts  – Lt. B. Blyth

    Western L.Horse  – Lt. J. Clarke

    Aust. Comm. Horse  – Maj. J. De B. Griffiths

    Civil Surg. K. Fraser

    Nursing Sister R.O. Robertson

    RHA & RFA  – 24 men

    Due Southampton Sept. 29.

 

    The Cestrian left for England Sept. 12, with the following on passage home:

    3/Lincoln  – Lt.-Col. C.A. Swan , Capts. W.G. Harding, G.E. Heneage, J.G. Thorold, C.E.F. Rich, P.C. Wright, W.V.R. Fane, S. Massingberd, Lts. A.K.M.C.W. Savory, R.H. Skinner, J. Topham, G. Piggot, E.H. Allot, 2/Lts. H.R. Milnes, W.H. Davis, H.B. Skinner, Lt. & Qm. T. Hammond and 519 men

    3/Essex  – Lt. Col. H.H. Stewart, Majs. A.J. Calsworthy, J.B. Oreilly, R.W. Bayley, Capts. F.C. Winter, G.N. Sheffield, J.H. Montagu, H.M. Tufnell, C.M. Forsbrook, J. Cunningham, D.M. Mathew, Lt. H. Perry-Ayscough, 2/Lts. J. Bradstock, G.M. Ayscough, H.W. Cleve, O.N. Seagrave, Lt. & Qm. G.S. Ames and 532 men

    4/R. Dublin Fus.  – Col. E. Pearse, Maj. M.C. Hackett, Capts. G. Downing, L. Alen-Mahon, A.D. Lang, C.J. Cameron, J.H. Murray, R.P. Walsh, Lts. J.S. Robertson, C.J. Burke, A.L.P. Jesson, R.J. Rogers, 2/Lts. C.L.H. Cooper, L.M. Johns, C. Rowley, D.W. Jackson, Lt. & Qm. J. Ward. and 524 men

    U/RHA  – Lt.-Col. H.M. Campbell, Lts. A.H.D. West, J.E. Rich and 85 men

    37/RFA  – Capt. H.H. Wade, Lt. C.O.C. Hunt and 66 men

    RAMC  – Capt. R.C. Lewis

    Civil Surgs. A.B. Brown, T.J.G. Wilson.

    Due Southampton Oct. 3.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    17/09/02   Nothing Noted

 

London Times 18/09/02 (Thursday)

p5e    The Lake Michigan left for England Sept. 13 with the following on passage home:

    3/GG  – Lt.-Col. the Hon. J.T. Stanbyn, Majs. W.A.L. Fox-Pitt, L.R. Fisher-Rowe, Hon. A.V.F. Russell, Capts. G.F. Trotter, E.H. Trotter, Surg.- Capt. C.W. Profeit, Lts. G.D. Jeffreys, C.Le D. Leslie-Melville, V. Vivian, D.N. Brooke, P.H. Herman-Hodge, E. Seymore, 2/Lts. C.V. Fisher-Rowe, C.T. Clayton, H.C. Woods, E.F. Sartorious, W.E. Necol, W.T. Payne-Gallwey, Viscount J.R. Mahon, A.L. Napier, M.E. Makgill-Crichton-Maitland, Lt. & Qm. W.J. Cook and 1,014 men

    1/CG  – 2/Lt. A.C. Tritton and 39 men

    IG  – 24 men

    SG  – Lt. the Hon. T. Cooke and 27 men

    1/W. Riding  – Lt.-Col. P.T. Rivett-Carnak, Maj. F.A. Hayden, Capts. S.C. Umfreville, L.G. Stayner, H.D.E. Greenwood, W.E.M. Tyndall, L.A. Ackworth, Lts. J.H.B. Wilson, C.G.O. Harman, E.M. Liddell, Capt. & Qm. J.T. Seaman and 474 men

    1/Yorks.  –   Lt.-Col. H. Bowles, Maj. M.H. Orr, Lts. W.B. Walker, J.C. Morgan, C.H. Marsden, H.W. McCall, B.H. Leatham, M.E.T. Gunthorpe, 2/Lts. S.L. Whatford, A.F. Bone, Maj. & Qm. C. Organ and 354 men

    1/Oxford L.I.  – Lt. C.L. Scott and 66 men

    RAMC  – Maj. H.T. Knaggs, Lt. E.G. Ffretch and 8 men

    Rev. H.M. Larner

    Due Southampton Oct. 5.

 

    The Rippingham Grange left for England Sept. 14, with the following on passage home:

    RFA  –   Lt.-Col. F. Waldron, Maj. L.G.F. Gordon, Lt. R.W. Lamb and 208 men

    RGA  – Lt. W.F.P. Groves

    RE  – Bt.-Maj. A.J. Craven, Lt. H.L. Meyrick and 93 men

    Devonshire  – Capt. C.S. Warwick, Lt. O.J. Mortimore and 150 men

    W. Yorkshire  – Lt. F.J. Lemon, 2/Lt. H.G. Bird and 98 men

    Leicester  – Capt. B.C. Dwyer, Lt. F. Lewis and 93 men

    Cameronians  – Capt. H.E. Green and 33 men

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lt. E.P. Dorien-Smith and 68 men

    N. Staffordshire  – Lts. J. Carnegy, A.N. Beauclerk, 2/Lts. G. Strongitharme, R.A. Bradley, E.M. Steward, C.A.W. Anderson, J.M. Crayie, H. Etlinger and 140 men

    Yorks & Lancs.  – Lts. A.H.C. Kearsey, E. Morton and 24 men

    R. Munster Fus.  – 2/Lt. D.H. Powell and 67 men

    Rifle Brig.  -- 2/Lt. M.E. Rayner and 134 men

    R. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. E.C.R. Kempson

    RAMC  – Lt.-Col. T.J.R. Lucas, Majs. S.F. Freyer, H.B. Mathias

    19/Hussars  – 20 men

    Liverpool  – 47 men

    Yorkshire L.I.  – 14 men

    KRRC  – 68 men

    Lancs. Fus.  – 35 men

    Cheshire  – 21 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 10 .

 

London Times 19/09/02 (Friday)

p6c    The Winifredian left for England Sept. 13, with the following on passage home:

    1/CG  – Lt.-Col. A.E. Codrington, Maj. G. Pleydell-Bouverie, Capts. N.R. Wilkinson, L.C. Garratt, Hon. L.D.H. Hamilton, Lts. H.F. Stirling, G.J.C. Grant, A.F. Watts-Russell, C.M. King, 2/Lts. G. Hutch, E.G. Gillilan, F.S. Winnington, Viscount T.V.C. Northland, Sir W.B. Barttelott, G.E. Vaughan, H.E. Whaley, D. Rooke, H.J.H. Pakenham, Surg.-Maj. J.F. Bateson, Surg.-Capt. A.W. Hooper and 626 men .

    1/SG  –   Lt.-Col. the Hon. C. Harbord, Capts. R.G.I. Bolton, G.J.M. Bagot-Chester, W.S. Gosling, Lts. T.H. Rivers-Bulkeley, J.H. Cuthbert, B.G. Van de Weyer, B.H.S. Romilly, A.A.L. Stephen, Lord A.G. Falconer, G.E.H. Macdonald, 2/Lts. M.O. Roberts, Hon. E.M. Massey, R.G. Stracey, Hon. J.S. Coke, W.J. Wickham, G.C.D. Gordon, Capt. & Qm. G. Payne and 659 men

    1/Oxford L.I.  –   Lt.-Col. the Hon. A.E. Dalzell, Maj. H.R. Davies, Capts. R.M. Feilden, A.J.F. Eden, S.F. Hammick, Lts. F.H. Stapleton, C.E. Forrest, J.A. Ballard, H.L. Wood, J.F.C. Fuller, E.H. Kirkpatrick, 2/Lts. F.J. Scott-Murray, H.C. Ind, R.O. Logan, R.E.U. Hermon-Hodge, F.F. Tarver, W.E.E. Morland, Lt. & Qm. W. Ross, and 540 men

    Thames Mil. Sub. Miners.  – Lt. C.H. Ayscough

    3/Lincoln  – Lt. F. Elliott

    RAMC  – Lt. J.F. Martin and 7 men

    Civil Surg. C.D. Soutter

    Due Southampton Oct. 5

 

    The Mohawk left Port Elizabeth for England Sept. 15, with the following on passage home:

    2/CG  – Lt. Col. Hon. A.H. Henniker, Maj. H.G.D. Shute, Capts. the Hon. E.M. Pakenham, Lord Newtown-Butler, C.E. Pereira, T.E. Case, H.A. Gell, J.H.C. Graham, Lt. & Adj. J.B. Campbell, Lts. Hon. C.H.S. Monck, F. Hardy, A.J.E. Egerton, C.P. Haywood, R.B.J. Smith, E.G. Christie-Miller, W.E. Gibbs, 2/Lts. G.H. Brown, G.M. Paget, W.A. Fuller-Maitland, Capt. & Qm. Grindel, Surg.-Maj. W.R. Crook-Lawles, Capt. E.E. Powell, RAMC, attached, total of 22 officers, 1 warrant officer and 791 men

    2/CG M.I.  – Capt. J. Ponsonby, Lt. H.F. Ward, 2/Lts. Hon. C.M.B. Ponsonby, B. Vandewyer, H. Phillips, total 5 officers and 149 men

    Civil Surg. F.W.R. Taugh

    Nursing Sisters A. Myring, C. Meany

    RAMC  – 6 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 7.

 

    The Assaye arrived at Southampton yesterday morning with troops.

 

London Times 20/09/02 (Saturday)

p10c     The Doune Castle arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the 3/H.L.I., 17 officers and 870 men and details.

 

London Times 22/09/02 (Monday)

p8b    The Scot arrived Southampton Saturday with the following:

    3/Northamptonshire  – 20 officers and 613 men .

    KOSB  – 76 men

    R. Irish Fus.  – 19 men

    W. Surrey  – 33 men

    Details  – 74 men

 

London Times 23/09/02 (Tuesday)   

p8f    The Sunda, from South Africa , arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

    3/N. Staffordshire  – 27 officers and 567 men , Col. J.H. Monckton, commanding.

    3/A & S High.  – 11 officers and 352 men , Maj. Mackenzie, commanding’

    Details.

 

    The Oswestry Grange, from Cape Town , also arrived Southampton yesterday morning . Troops listed were:

    3/York & Lancs.  – 11 officers and 609 men , Lt.-Col. J.E. Green, commanding.

    3/ A & S High.  – 7 officers and 470 men, Lt.-Col. R.W. Colquhoun, commanding.

    upwards 700 men

 

London Times 24/09/02 (Wednesday)

p7f    The Greek left for England Sept. 16, with the following on passage home:

    6/Worcester  – Col. E.H. Bearcroft, Lt.-Col. H.E.E. Everard, Capts. T.D.W. Lea-Smith, C.H. Bailey, M.H. Berkeley, W.E.D. Bell, H.R. Ward, C.B. Westmacott, C.C. How(attached) Lts. A. Graham, G.B. Horne (Attached), R.V. Jellicoe (attached), F.S. Hawksley(attached)2/Lts. H.J.G. Gilmore, G.N. Fitzjohn, H.H. Gordon Browne, E.J. Hewitt, C.A. Foster, G.F.S. Allen, Lt. & Qm. J. Pearse and 591 men

    3/E. Yorks  – Lt.-Col. H. Walker, Majs. H. Haggard, H.R. Pease, Capts. F.C.S. Constable, A. Windham, E.N.B. Boyd, D.F. Wrangham, G. Wellesley, A.B. Pembroke (attached), A.C. Deeman (attached), Lts. W.D. Hamilton (attached), R.T.C. Cream (attached), H.A. Chichester (attached), C.G. Mackenzie (attached), R.S. McGregor (attached),   2/Lts. E.B. Leese, C.N. Champney, G.H. Dempster, A.T. Wild, D. Burton, M. Parrington, C.C. Collard, J.S. Marshall (attached), L.P. Baker (attached), Lt. & Qm. M. Barry and 533 men .

    RAMC  – Maj. J. Hearney

    Civil Surg. R.F. Rylands

    Nursing Sisters E.S. Chadborn, G.L. Shelley, E.M. Fisher

    Details  – 14 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 9.

 

    The Galeka left for England Sept. 17 with the following invalids:

    Bedford  – Capt. G.P. Appleby

    Northumberland Fus.  – Lt. A.L. Airy

    Suffolk  – Lt. T.B. Skinner

    R. Scots  – Lt. J.M. Gilliat

    R. Fus.  – Lt. W.F.B. Rayner, 2/Lt. R. Howlett

    RE  – Lt. L.W. Neville

    I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. G.T.G. Edwards, Lt. & Qm. J.B. Nolan

    Sherwood Foresters  – Maj. C.N. Watts, Lt. H.V. Rhodes

    Seaforth High.  – Lts. R. Laing, J.E. Thornhill

    Yorks.  – Lt. J.H.S. Westby

    A & S High.  – 2/Lt. A.A.L. Campbell

    ASC  – Lt. A.S. Byng

    APD  – Capt. C.J. Scott

    Canadian Field Hosp.  – Surg.-Lt. Weatherbe

    Rev. J.G. McLeod

    Civil Vet. Surg. W.E. Schofield

    Sick laying down , 8; sick convalescent, 138

    Wounded convalescent, 4

    With the following on passage home:

    2/N. Stafford  – Col. C.E. Bradley, Capts. A.W.S. Ewing, M.H. Knaggs, H.W.B. Down, J.J.B. Farley, W.F.B.R. Dugmore, L.J. Wyatt, G.E. Leman, H.C. Tweedie, Lts. J.W. Ley, G.H. Hume-Kelly, 2/Lt. N. Mosley, Lt. & Qm. J. Preston and 436 men

    RAMC  – Lt.-Cols. F. Lloyd, F.H.M. Burton, Majs. W.P. Squire, W.G. Marshall, G.D. Pereira, Capts. H.K. Palmer, R.G.E. Austin,  G.L. Bonham, Surg.-Capt. H. Cooper and 15 men

    2/GG  – Lts. L.V. Colby, E.B.G. Foster, 2/Lts. E.M. Colston, D.C.L. Stephen, Capt. & Qm. W.G.A. Garton and 309 men

    RA  – Lt.-Col. R.E. Boothby, Maj. E.M. Perceval, Capt. C. Evans

    21/RFA  – Capt. W.B. Browell, Lt. J.R. Colville and 55 men

    42/RFA  – Capt. A. Bowring, Lt. C.E. Vickery and 48 men

    53/RFA  – Capt. H.H. Bond, Lts. C.F. Hawkins, H.A. Boyd, and 57 men

    7/DG  – Lt.-Col. W.H.M. Lowe

    11/Hussars  – Capt. J.A. Salt

    Devon  – Capt. C.C.M. Maynard

    Conn. Rangers  – Lt. C.H.B. St. G. Whyte

    Civil Vet. Surgs. J. Brown, R. Henderson

    Civil Surgs. J.L. Levack, P.R. Blake, F.C. James

    Nursing Sisters L. Sands, E.M. Sansbury, A. Sutton

    S. Stafford  – 22 men

    R. Scots  – 25 men

    Leicester  – 21 men

    SR  – 23 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 8.

 

    The Sicilia left for England Sept. 18 with the following on passage home:

    61/RFA  – Maj. E.J. Duffus, Lt. A.J. Turner and 51 men

    65/RFA  – Capt. C.S. Holland, Lts. G.W. Lee, R.C. Keith and 55 men

    3/RE  – Lt. R.G. Earle and 22 men

    29/RE  – Lts. A.J. Savage, R.L. Waller and 37 men

    2/Black Watch  – Lt. A.S. Grant and 23 men

    1/S. Lancs.  – 2/Lt. A.C. Wroughton and 117 men

    E. Surrey  – Capt. F.W. King-Church, Lt. L.M. Miller and 103 men

    Leinster  – Maj. T.H. Stuart, Capt. B.J. Jones, Lts. R.M. Raynesfort, Q.M. Denison, R.H. Orpen-Palmer, F.F. Buller-Kearney, N.P. Brooke, 2/Lts. R. Smyth, G.B. Scott and 65 men

    E. Yorks.  – Capt. J.A. Unett, Lt. D.G. Wrangham and 90 men

    S. Stafford  – 2/Lt. J. Strathon and 63 men

    Essex  – Lt. W.A. Jacomb and 54 men

    KRR  – Maj. C.S. Chaplen, Capts. B.J. Majendie, H. Wake, Lts. C.A. Blacklock, G. Wynne-Finch, 2/Lts. A.J. Hunter, E.G. St. Aubyn and 38 men

    RAMC  –   Lt.-Col. G.W. Robinson, Maj. A.L.F. Bale, Capt. W.D. Erskine, Lt. H.F. Shea, Lt. & Qm. C. Bee and 128 men

    AOC  – Capt. S.A. Stoyle and 28 men

    7/DG  – Lt. W.F. Chapple

    18/Hussars  – Lt.-Col. P. Marling, Lts. D.M. King, E.L. Lyon, E.C. Jury, H.A. de Pentheny-O’Kelly, F.W. Sopper, Lt. & Qm. F.A. Dunkley

    RA  – Lt.-Col. C.V.B. Kuyper

    Remount Dept.  – Capts. I.W. Blunt, J.A. Hope-Johnstone, Lt. E.C. Moubray

    SG  – Maj. J.F. Erskine, Capt. J.A.G. King, Lts. H.B. Sparke, A. Bodie

    R. Lancs.  – Capt. R.N. Dobson, Lt. W.C.T. Hibbert

    Dublin City Mil. Arty.  – Lt. P.R. Peebles

    Cameronians  – Lt. O.M. Torkington

    Middlesex  – Capt. G.W. Haslehurst

    Dorset  – Lt. G.M. Herbert

    Rail. Pioneer  – Lt. W.D. Oswald

    Civil Vet. Surg. E.A. Ellis

    Civil Surgs. C.E. Smith , C.R. Boyce

    2/Lincoln  – 23 men

    3/DG  – 26 men

    1/Durham L.I.  – 30 men

    ASC  – 18 men

    Due Southampton Oct. 10.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition    24/09/02   Nothing Noted

 

London Times 25/09/02 (Thursday)

p5b    The Carisbrook Castle left for England Sept. 17, with the following on passage home:

    1/L.N. Lancs.  –  Lt.-Col. P. Palmes, Maj. G.A. Norcott, G.A. Faulder, Capts. M.A. Humphreys, R.R. Feilden, C.E.A. Jourdain, W.R. Lloyd, G.H. Wilde-Browne, T.H. O’Brien, F.J. Braithwaite, F.W. Woodward, E.C. Halton, Lts. A. McC. Webster, L.K. Darcy, R.T.C. Mace, R. Howard-Vyse, W.R. Goodwin, G.T. Body, 2/Lts. W.D. Hill, L.T. Allason, Capt. & Qm. H.J. Gill and 502 men

    1/Oxford L.I.  – 2/Lt. R.M. Logan and 23 men

    7/DG  – Maj.-Gen. Sir W.F. Kelly, Col. I.R. Jones, Majs. R. Cooper, J.W.P. Peters

    I.Y.  – Capt. P.C. Mercer, Lts. B.J.F. Fitzherbert, J. Lewin, J.P.D. Underwood, E.C. Palmer

    RA  – Cols. J.S.S. Barker, C.J. Long, Capts. E.A. Saunders, W.F.T. Corrie, S.R. Normand, L.H.D. Broughton, Lt. C.R. Woodruffe

    Limerick City Arty.  – Lt. H.W.B. Wills

    CG  – Capt. T.G. Matheson, Lt. E. Longneville

    Reserve of Officers  – Capt. C.H.B. Meston

    Yorks.  – Capts. E. Somerville, D.L. Hardy

    Leinster  – Capt. A.H. Bell

    R. Lancs.  – Capt. J. Barker, Lts. F.S.B. Johnson, J. Caddy

    R. Warwick  – Maj. G.F. Elkington, Capt. T. Diver

    Dorset  – Lt. O.L. Mathias

    Bedford  – Capt. G.M. Dayrell

    Yorks. L.I.  – Maj. H. Wells-Cole

    R. Irish Fus.  – Lt.-Col. F.R.C. Carleton

    Lincoln  – Capt. D.H.F. Grant

    Derby  – Lt.-Col. W.R. Marshall

    Scottish Bord.  – Lts. W.T. Wilkinson, C.E. Bland

    R. Welsh Fus.  – Lt. F.C.A. Hurt

    Hants.  – Lt. S.R. Jones

    Norfolk  – Lt. R.W. Hewitt

    R. Dublin Fus.  – Lt. A.A.C. Taylor

    R. Scots Fus.  – Capt. F. de S. Short

    Shropshire L.I.  – Lts. R.L. Surtees, J.C. Hooper

    Manchester  – Capt. G.A.J. Godbold, Lt. E.E.G. Jerry

    ASC  –  Lt. R.W. Sharpe

    RAMC  – Col. J. Magill, Lt. M.W. Falkner, Lt. & Qm. J. Glennon

    Border Scouts (late)  – Lt. R. Tovey-Cozens

    N.S.W. M.I.  – Capt. J.E. Oxley

    AOD  – Capt. H. Robinson

    Jersey L.I.  – Lt. C.B. Nicolle

    Civil Vet. Surgs. W. Scott, E.G. Vans-Agnew

    Civil Surg. J.K. Clarke

    Nursing Sisters E.A. Harter, E.E. Vincent

    Due Southampton Oct. 4.

 

    The Galician arrived Southampton yesterday morning with 36 officers and 1,455 men,

 

    The Tagus arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

    4/E. Surrey  – 22 officers and 823 men , Lt.-Col. E.F. Sulivan, commanding

    4/Yorkshire  – 24 officers and 531 men, Lt.-Col. B.G. Harrison, commanding

    Details.

 

London Times 26/09/02 (Friday)

p4c    The Dunera left for England Sept. 18 with the following on passage home:

    1/Cameron High.  –  Lt.-Col. F. Hacket-Thompson, Maj. F. Souter, Capts. F.L. Scott-Kerr, N.J.G. Cameron, L.O. Graeme, W.M. Stewart, S. Hay, Lts. A.D. Macpherson, P. Muford, J.M. Dougall, F. McE, Mitchell, 2/Lts. J.S.M. Matheson, G.J. Ramsay, R.M. Dudgeon, J.E. Robertson, N.D. Shaw, Maj. & Qm. A.P. Yeadon and 793 men

    2/L.N. Lancs.  Maj. J.E. Pine-Coffin, Lts. H.L. Helme, A.W. Colley and 100 men

    RA  – Capt. P.L. Holbrooke, Lt. H.F. McKenzie

    C/Pontoon/RE  – Lt. G.H. Addison and 43 men

    31/RE  – Capt. A.M. Henniker, 2/Lt. H. Lefroy and 29 men

    R. Irish Rifles  – Capt. G.E.H. Barrett-Hamilton

    Somerset L.I.  – Lt.-Col. J.W.A. Marshall-West

    Duke of Cornwall’s L.I.  – 2/Lt. L.C. Bearne

    S. Wales Bord.  – Lt. W.R. Cedement

    Yorks. Mil. Arty.  – Capt. H.A.C. Darley

    KOSB  – Capt. D.R. Sladen

    Norfolk  – Capt. H.G.L. Leving

    Lincoln  – Lts. F.G. Spring, A.B. Johnson

    Worcester  – Col. W.D. Holland, Capt. R.A.C.L. Leggett, Lts. W.B. Gibbs, F.G. Gibson, P.R. Whelly

    Gloucester  – Lts. A.K. Ford, V.A. Nye

    E. Yorks.  – 2/Lt. A.H. Wilson

    S. Lancs.  – Lt. H.F. Cotton

    Liverpool  – Capt. A.C. Lewin

    RAMC  – Capt. A.C. Samman, Lt. A.W.A. Irwin

    Marshall’s Horse  – Lt. G.E. Tyler

    Driscoll’s Scouts  – Lt. E.L. Matton

    ISC  – Capt. H.L. Anderson

    Civil Surg. J.G. Parker

    Nursing Sisters A.M. Ferguson, R. Griffiths

    H.L.I.  – 21 men

    Horses  – 3

    Due Las Palmas Oct. 3, Gibralter Oct. 5, where the draft of the L.N. Lancs. will disembark, and about 50 men of the Cameron Highlanders will disembark here for Malta.

    Due Southampton Oct. 9.

 

    The Orissa left St. Helena Sept. 17 with 625 men of the Middlesex Regt. and details for South Africa .

 

London Times 27/09/02 (Saturday)

p10a    The Manchester Merchant left for England Sept. 24 with the following on passage home:

    27/I.Y.  –   Lt.-Col. T.A.W. Boycott, Maj. F.J. Fleming, Capts. C. Hunt, J.H. Stewart, Lts. G. Maccullum, J.A. Smithwick, R.E.M. Taylor, H.H. Covell, H.E. Corner, Vet.-Lt. L.M. Verney, Lt. & Qm. L.C.H. Muller and 305 men

    28/I.Y.  – Lt.-Col. J.G. Turner, Maj. W.B. James, Capts. J.G. Dennistoun, F.F. Moore and 162 men

    31/I.Y.  – Capt. A. Rose, Lts. H.G. Fisher, W. Hepburn, K. Rodwell, M.W. Gloag and 303 men

    32/I.Y.  – Capt. G.R. Crosfield, Lt. F.T.L. Ditmas and 141 men