Miscellaneous information

Shipping records - July 1902

London Times, 01 Jul 02 (Tuesday)

p3a Dateline St Helena, June 30. After 4 days’ quarantine 396 men of the Sussex Regiment yesterday landed from the Wakool, and in the afternoon 462 men of the East Kent Regiment left.

 

London Times, 02 Jul 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 – Colonel G Farie, Lieutenant Colonel R F M Johnstone, Major W C Douglas, Captains A R C Littledale, R L Cumberland, J A Briggs, H F H Kerr, T B S Menzies, Lieutenants C H Young, W E Merier, 2/Lieutenants H D Crozier, E C Reid, C A R Warren, F L Dyer, E E S Rayment, F S Gist, Lieutenant- & Quartermaster F Brightman and 618 men

4/H Light Infantry (att. 3/SR) – Lieutenants W F Hay, M Rolland

Civil Surgeons 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 – Majors the Hon. G Legh, G D White, Captains G P Du Plat Taylor, J S Reeve, W R A Smith, Lieutenants G W Duberly, G B A, Russell, Sir. R M Filmer, G C Hamilton, E H Weller-Poley, J H Powell, 2/Lieutenants I C Dennistoun, the Marquis of Douro, Lord R Wellesley, C L Blundell, W D Drury-Lowe, Surgeon-Major E N Sheldrake, and 1,010 men.

10/Hussars – Colonel the Hon. J H G Byng

Remount Depot – Captain G Rolleston

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant E Browne

RGA – Captain CB Simonds

4/Manchester – Captain A H Bathurst

2/Yorks & Lancs. – Captain Capron

Border Scts. – Lieutenant R H Gorges

Veterinary Surgeon F C Mahon

Civil Surgeon R Boyd

Nursing Sisters J E Rogers, J B Robertson

Reverends 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 Artillery – Captain M Lane, 2/Lieutenant E E Rich, and 106 men

4/Hussars – Major R Hoare

21/Lancers – Lieutenant P R Smiley

RA – Major S B Von Donop

Lancs. Militia Artillery – Lieutenant C S Hope-Johnston

V C W Surrey – Lieutenant H M Drake and 35 men

V C 5/R Irish – Lieutenants H M Bayer, D R Grindley, and 32 men

V C E Lancs. – Lieutenant G Ramsbottom, and 24 men

V C KRRC – Lieutenants G R Wyld, S H Comyn, and 15 men

2/S Staffordshire – Captain L H Moss

2/V B N Lancs. – 2/Lieutenant L A Dobson

2/Leinster – Major W Seton

I S C – Major J S M Shea

South African Mounted Irregular Force – Captain J D Johnstone

Civil Surgeon S D McLaren

Nursing Sisters M S Barwell, J G Willetts

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 02 Jul 02

p22 The Carisbrook Castle arrived yesterday with the following named military passengers: Major Heath, Captain A Anderson.

The Dunottar Castle sails this afternoon for England with the following named military passengers: Major General Sir. C Knox, Captain Sir W Jaffrey, Captain Lord W Bentinck, Colonels Garritt, Shekleton, Rimmington, Keir, Majors Laffar, B Williams, Captains, Dorrien Smith, Jardine, Lieutenant Cecil.

 

p24 Dateline London, June 29. The Canada embarked 478 Boer POW at St Helena and will sail for South Africa.

 

London Times, 03 Jul 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 – Lieutenant H A Chomley

RE – Lieutenant H T G Moore

W Sum. Miners – Lieutenant J A Anson

3/Suffolk – Lieutenant G L Bailey

5/Lancs. Fusiliers – Captain H A Schank

2/Cheshire – Lieutenant A R Hill

1/Yorks. – Lieutenant C H Bunbury

2/Inniskilling Fusiliers – Lieutenant E F T Traill

2/Dorset – Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Kearney

1/Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant R V Simpson

5/V B Manchester – Captain W G Heys

3/N Stafford – Major A R Wood

1/Leinster – 2/Lieutenant J H Murphy

1/Rifle Bde. – Captain J A Innes, Lieutenant M H Helyar

AOD – Captain T C Morris

Imperial Yeomanry – Captain F F Lance, Lieutenants W St J Oswell, C G G Stewart, A T Hope

Civil Veterinary Surgeon W N Rowston

With the following on passage home:

RAMC – Major J Fallon

Civil Surgeons C W Holden, J H Martin, F R Featherstone, S T Collins, J Barkley

Reverend 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 Jul 02 (Friday)

p9a The Walmer Castle left for England June 25 with the following on passage home:

Staff – Major-Gens. Bruce Hamilton, E L Elliot, Brigadier General E O F Hamilton, Colonels H Cooper, R K Park, Captains A W Tufnill, J H Lloyd, N R Radcliffe, Lieutenant G P Dawnay.

1/Life Guards – Lieutenant Colonel H M Grenfell, Captain the Hon. F E Guest.

10/Hussars – Captain Sir J P Milbanke

21/Lancers – Lieutenant CB Pape

Norfolk Militia Artillery – Colonel Lord Coke, Captain F A Twiss, Lieutenants L G Buxton, the Hon. B F Gurdon, and 84 men

Dublin City Artillery – Lieutenant J C McDonogh

RE – Captain H H Turner

1/Lancs. Volunteer RE – Lieutenant E M Newell and 23 men

Northampton Volunteer RE – Lieutenant F H Cobb and 22 men

Durham Volunteer RE – Lieutenant W E Furneaux and 22 men

2/Glos. Volunteer RE – Lieutenant B R Lambert and 17 men

London Volunteer RE – 21 men

V C R Scots – Captain S Miller, Lieutenants J C C Broun, A Forbes and 106 men

Northumberland Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel W H Sitwell

V C Northumberland Fusiliers – Lieutenant J Marshall and 42 men

1/Suffolk – Major E P Prest, Lieutenants W N Nicholson, F W Wood-Martin, and 146 men

V C W Yorks. – 21 men

1/P O W Yorkshire – Major E S Bulfin

2/Bedford – Lieutenant E W Brighten and 50 men

V C Welsh Fusiliers – Lieutenants W M Griffith, A N Bury, and 38 men

3/SR – Captain G D Luard, Lieutenants H M Coghill, W E Alsen, and 11 men

Worcester – Captain de V Carey

V C Sussex – Lieutenant T O Bermingham-Otway Ruthven and 28 men

V C Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant E N Bennett and 28 men

V C L N Lancs. – Captain E Stowell, Lieutenant C R Shaw and 93 men

V C H Light Infantry – Lieutenants G Wingate, W C Leckie-Ewing, and 52 men

V C Gordon High. – Captain B C Greene, Lieutenants G A S Chedburn, J Watson and 61 men

1/Cameron High. – Captain the Hon. R A Campbell, Lieutenant A B Robertson

V C Cameron High. – 2/Lieutenant G J S Scovell and 130 men

Composite Cyclist Corps. – Captain W B Robinson, Lieutenants T Carus-Wilson, W Wilson, E D Dickson, and 75 men

ASC – Major A E Delavoye

ISC – Colonel J E Nixon, Lieutenant Colonel A Phayre

2/Scottish Horse – Captain M Chinnery

Civil Surgeons 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 Mounted Rifles – Lieutenant Colonel T D B Evans, Majors W H Merritt, G W Cameron, Captains J D Moodie, J H Elmsley, R G E Leckie, J F Macdonald, P E Thacker, I R Snider, Lieutenant & Adjutant F Church, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J G Graham, Lieutenants 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, Surgeon-Majors J A Devine, H R Duff, Veterinary Captain R Riddell, Veterinary Lieutenant A E James, and 656 men.

10/Canadian Hospital – Lieutenant Colonel A N Worthington, Captain H D Johnson, Lieutenants J A Roberts, H E Trimayne, Drum, Civil Surgeon 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 Jul 02 (Saturday)

p8d The Tagus left for England June 30 with the following on passage home:

1/CG – Lieutenant Colonel J A G Drummond-Hay, Captain C E Wyld, Lieutenants C M H Massey, R F Peel, C A Bryce, F J O Montagu, 2/Lieutenant C J Murray, and 496 men.

2/CG – Captains J McNeile, R C E Skeffington-Smyth, Lieutenants F Jenkins, C W Banbury, 2/Lieutenant W L C Moore-Brabazon, and 321 men.

1/SG – Major B F S Baden-Powell, Captain J S Thorpe, Lieutenants J B L Deane, A B E Cator, C Alexander, N A McNeill, and 479 men

Staff – Colonel AAGarston

6/DG – Captain A du P T Cola

Scots Greys – Lieutenant Colonel W H Hippisley

6/Dragoons – Colonel M F Rimington, CB

19/Hussars – Major P W Chetwode

Reserve of Officers – Lieutenants H B Jay, C C Harvey

RFA – Lieutenant Colonel J W G Dawkins

6/R Fusiliers – Lieutenant R J I Hesketh

Gordon High. – Major W Campbell

A & S High. – Lieutenant Colonel E B Urmston

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants R C J Stewart, G H Burnside

RAMC – Captain C F Wansill

N S Wales M I – Lieutenant & Quartermaster R R Allen

Western L H – Lieutenant J H Hale

N Z M I – Reverend A W H Compton

S A M I F – Captain A L Cooper

Civil Surgeon H G Ellery

Civil Veterinary Surgeons 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 – Captain the Hon. J S R Tufton

4/Sussex – Lieutenant C S Wilson

For Southampton:

5/Lancaster Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel F F Mackenzie, Majors H S Lockhart-Ross, H C E Westropp, Captain M Higgin-Birket, Lieutenants G C Blair, A H Watson, E L Van Someran, W Higgin-Birket, A B D Moore, A G Dawson, 2/Lieutenants E C Boutflower, W P Armitage, R A Eakin, R Lluellyn, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Bowes and 830 men.

5/Irish Rifles – Colonel R H Wallace, Major J Maidment-Morrison, Captains 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, Lieutenants C G Rivett-Carnac, J C M O’Donnell, G Craig, P S Murray, E V H Chatterton, 2/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster A Henderson, and 596 men.

Civil Surgeon 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 Jul 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 Company – 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 Regiments

Staff (??) – Major General F W Kitchener

RHA – Lieutenant Colonel Wing

5/Warwick – Colonel B C McCalmont

 

London Times, 08 Jul 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 pm for Southampton.

Dateline St Helena, July 7. The Avondale sailed from here with Colonel 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 – Colonel M A W Broun, Lieutenant Colonel E V D Pearse, Captains C E Lord, G J Mitton, E A C Wilson, A L K Anderson, H C H Marriott, C S Davidson, Lieutenants H Weaver, H Nevanas, 2/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Birch and 518 men

Staff – Major General C E Knox, Colonel J L C St Clair

RHG – Major W Anstruther-Thomson

10/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel C E McM Kavanagh, Captain Lord W A Cavendish-Bentinck

21/Lancers – Major P A Kinna, V C

Remount Dept. – Captain Sir W Jaffray

RFA – Lieutenant Colonel J L Keir

RE – Majors F G Bond, H R Gale

3/GG – 2/Lieutenant A W J Cecil

1/Devon – Colonel C W Park

R Irish – Lieutenant Colonels W R B Doran, B J C Doran

3/Yorks. – Captain A L Aspinall

2/V B Worcester – Captain F Checketts

E Lancs. – Lieutenant Colonel T Capper

Dorset – Colonel C H Law

S Lancs. – Lieutenant Colonel H P Shekleton

Oxford Light Infantry – Major R Fanshawe

Shropshire Light Infantry – Colonel J Spens, Major O H E Marescaux

1/Manchester – Colonel A E R Curran

Seaforth High. – Lieutenant Colonel C J Mackenzie

Gordon High. – Lieutenant D S Miller

1/Cameron High. – Colonel J S Ewart

RAMC – Colonel W Donovan

ISC – Lieutenant Colonel S D Gordon

Australian Horse – Captain G E Reid

Civil Surgeon 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 – Lieutenant Colonel J M Onslow, Captains E W R Soane, E A Blow, V W Ryrie, Lieutenants 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 – Lieutenant Colonel H G Charvel, Major W H P Plower, Captains 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 – Lieutenant Colonel Lemesurier, Major Osborne, Captains Reid, Cook, Ogilvy, Roberts, Langly, Lieutenants L L Reid, Spencer, and 371 men

4/Aust Commonwealth H – Captain E T Thorne, Lieutenants W W Watson, J R Fawn, and 241 men.

Doyle’s Scouts – Lieutenants C J C Philips and 33 men.

 

London Times, 09 Jul 02 (Wednesday)

p12b The Avoca left Point Natal for England, July 6 with the following invalids:

RHA – Lieutenant C F Holford

2/Lancs. Fusiliers – Lieutenant G H Hastings

2/Norfolk – Captain W C Tonge

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants W B Pearch, J C S Cameron

1/S Staffs. – Captain F H Parkin

4/KRRC – L C V L Poe

2/Buffs – Lieutenant F W Tomlinson

2/Shropshire Light Infantry – Lieutenants G F Mallor, C M Vassar-Smith

1/ Liverpool – Lieutenants E H Tunson, E H Simpson

Kitchener’s F S – Lieutenant J A S Sampson

Civil Surgeon J B Walker

1/H Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant C H M McCallum

7/DG – 2/Lieutenant C F Heathcote

1/V B York & Lancs. – Lieutenant A W Upcher

3/Cheshire – Captain F L Lloyd

ASC – Captain A S M Porter, (?)E W Brooke

Scottish Horse – Captain J R McKenzie

Aust. AMC – Major R N Howse

3/N S W Bushmen – Major J Browne

Nursing Sisters E McLean, A Parker, J McIntyre

Aust. Sister – M Mavins

Reverend H H Schofield

RAMC – Major S Butterworth

Civil Surgeons 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

Reverend Gardner

3/Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant D Abbott

540 invalided men.

 

The Cestrian left Point Natal on July 2 for Halifax. Due there 30 July.

Canadian Mounted Rifles:

3/Battalion – Lieutenant Colonel N A S Williams, Captains C T Van Straubenzee, W H Henderson, S A McKenzie, W W Nasmyth, E A Arnoldi, Lieutenants 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/Battalion – Lieutenant Colonel Boulanger, Captains Mackie, Good, Pope, Denning, Lieutenants Lawlor, Stewart, Sully, Williams, Dickie, Papineau, Surgeon-Major Elliott and 406 men

5/Battalion – Lieutenant Colonel A S MacDonald, Captains D A E Strickland, A W Strange, F B Bayley, Lieutenants F Crean, H L Hooper, C C Raven, H H Nash, J B Sargent, G Worsnop, Lieutenant-Surgeon Thomas, and 360 men

6/BN – Lieutenant Colonels Irving, Gordon, Captains Uniack, Ross, Lieutenants 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/Battalion – Lieutenants T B Johnson, T L Bowden, G H S Harris, Veterinary Lieutenant E Barbeta & 4 men

2/Battalion – Lieutenants E P Pretty, C N Bidstrup and 3 men

4/Battalion – Captain Mailer MacDonald, Surgeon-Captain Stackpole, Chaplain-Captain Milne, Lieutenants F W Healy, H MacDonald, H Downer, S T Rickland, D K Messer, H Dailley, Rodd, Veterinary -Lieutenant D T Jones and 3 men

8/Battalion – Lieutenants Ward, Nordman, Mills, Farmer

6/Battalion – Major Hayter, Lieutenants Kessall, Cochraine, Mountjoy, Bell, Henty, Rowan, Power, Dobson, Beattice, Rogers, Veterinary -Lieutenant Wilson, and 12 men.

Aust. Medical Corps. – Lieutenants James, Cades, Nursing Sisters E Croft, E V Brooke

For New Zealand:

7th & 8th Contingents – Captain H T H Heckler, Lieutenant J E L Duigan and 82 men

9/Contingent – Surgeon-Captain Bakewell

1/8/Contingent – Colonel R H Davis, Captains 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, Lieutenants W Pith, A W Roberts, A S Cunningham, G J Bullock, W J Parker, A W Wynyard Goss, Surgeon-Major W Pearless, Surgeon-Captain H D Eccles, Veterinary -Captain J G Clayton, and 450 men

2/8/Contingent – Colonel E M Ghaylor, Captains F Colbeck, K C M Lewin, A A Fooks, J Hasleden, Lieutenants 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, Surgeon-Captains M F Fauchop, J E Rogers, Veterinary -Captain A R Young, and 445 men

Due Albany Jul 21, Melbourne July 28.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 09 Jul 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: Lieutenant Colonel Wyndham.

The Briton sails today for England with the following named military passengers: General Lucas Meyer, Colonels Sir Willian and Lady Knox, Lambert, Pultenay, H Savage, Stuart, and Mrs. Allemby, Majors Griffiths, Clifton Browne, J Lewis, H Maitland Kersey, Wormald, Lieutenant Dugdale, Lieutenant Moore, Captain Carr, Lt Grant.

 

London Times, 10 Jul 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 Jul 02 (Friday)

p8a & b Note Here: The Egyptian Army dinner guest list. Colonel F I Maxse, CB, DSO

 

p10c The Gaika left for England July 5 with the following on passage home:

5/R Fusiliers – Colonel H B Weatherall, Major F T F Scoones, Captains E B Norton, A F Penny, C M Hastings, V J F Smith, R P Jessel, Lieutenants P A Prescott-Roberts, P H Dean, H A Drewe-Mercer, J E McGwire, L M Smith, E A Jones, 2/Lieutenants C O Lambert, G E Rodwell, J U Kelly, A H Hopkinson, G Frend, E J E Cowell, Lieutenant & Quartermaster F Sutton and 569 men.

3/E Surrey – Major J C Worthington, Captains H D Lawrence, W J Seton, A J D Hay, R C Platt, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenant A B Hill, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Coleman, and 580 men.

Lanarck Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant J H Fleming and 16 men

Middlesex Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant H H S Marsh and 22 men.

1/Cheshire Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant J L McLean and 19 men

1/Yorks. Volunteer Eng. – 23 men

Devon & Somerset Volunteer Eng. Lieutenant G H Lake and 23 men

R Monmouth Militia Eng. – Major C H Paynter, Lieutenants C F J Galloway, K E Digby and 94 men

Volunteer Company R Fusiliers – Captain E G Mercer, Lieutenant R W Ironside and 31 men

2/Warwick – 2/Lieutenant C Burton

Imperial Yeomanry – Captain W R K Mainwaring

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel E O Milward, Captain G St C Thom

Canadian Medical S C – Major 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 Mounted Rifles – Captains E Harrowell, J Pringle, Lieutenants E Saunders, H Valentine, T H Foster, C R Morris, G R Cotterill and 39 men

2/E Surrey – Lieutenant Colonel H W Pearse, Major F White, and 100 men

1/Black Watch – Captain T O Lloyd and 70 men

2/Black Watch – 5 men

3/A & S High. – 8 men

1/St Stafford – Captain H E Walshe and 100 men

2/GG – Major R G Gordon-Gilmour, Captain Lord Ardee, Lieutenants J A C Quilter, E B Loraine, H St L Stucley, Lord F G Montagu-Douglas-Scott, E G B Foster, Surgeon-Major J H E Austin, and 283 men

2/SG – Captain A Stirling, Lieutenant J T Carpenter-Garnier, 2/Lieutenant F G Alston and 248 men

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants J B Franklin-Adams, C R Barker, T Fitzgerald, A C Pallant, H M E Batchelor and 5 men

ASC – Lieutenant Colonel M J Godfrey

Medical Staff – Civil Surgeons W M Burke, W E Turner

RAMC – 9 men

RAMC Militia – 5 men

Reverend Turnbull

Canadian Mounted Rifles for Canada:

2 Battalion – Lieutenants R H Moir, E Allan, and 2 men

4 Battalion – Captain Bolton, Lieutenants 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 Battalion – Lieutenant Colonel D McLeish, Major E Twey, Captains E A, Roberts, M T Kirby, J H Bruche, H M Pendlebury, W De Passey, Reverend J McInerney, Lieutenant & Quartermaster E R Andrews, Surgeon-Lieutenant J F Bernard, Lieutenants 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 Battalion – Major W G Patterson, Captain A E Collins, and 58 men

Aust. Medical Corps – Captain L D Collins, and 22 men

Doyle’s Scouts – Lieutenants P H Priestly, W H Swan, J McFarlane, Crichton and 52 men

Due Albany July 27.

 

London Times, 12 Jul 02 (Saturday)

p7f Dateline Southampton July 11, 8 pm The Orotava, with Lord Kitchener and Sir John French on board, only passed Ushant at 4 30 pm this afternoon.

 

London Times, 14 Jul 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 Militia Artillery, 1/Lancs. V RE, Northampton V RE, Durham V RE, London V RE, V C Northumberland Fusiliers, 1/Suffolk, 2/Bedfordshire, V C Welsh Fusiliers, V C Sussex, V C Oxfordshire Light Infantry, V C L N Lancs., V C H Light Infantry, V C Gordon High., V C Cameron High., Composite Cyclist Corps.

Staff – Major-Gens. Bruce Hamilton, E L Elliot, Brigadier General E O F Hamilton, Colonels H Cooper, R K Park

1/Life Guards – Lieutenant Colonel H M Grenfell, Captain the Hon. F E Guest.

10/Hussars – Captain Sir J P Milbanke

21/Lancers – Lieutenant CB Pape

Norfolk Militia Artillery – Colonel Lord Coke

Northumberland Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel W H Sitwell

ASC – Major A E Delavoye

ISC – Colonel J E Nixon, Lieutenant Colonel A Phayre

 

London Times, 15 Jul 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 Jul 02 (Wednesday)

p11d-f The Canada left for England July 8 with the following invalids:

12/Lancers – Captain D’A Legard

20/Hussars – Lieutenant & Quartermaster J N Crawshaw

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant F P Cocherell, Vet Lieutenant T A J Anderson

Reserve of Officers – Captain E M E Munus

RGA – Major W H Mills

RE – Lieutenant L Evans

London Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant P E Adams

2/GG – Lieutenant D W Cameron

Northumberland Fusiliers – Captain H E B Leach

2/Norfolk – Lieutenant P V P Stone

3/Lincoln – Lieutenant J Billiat

3/Devon – Captain R M V Stead

3/Cheshire – Lieutenant Colonel L Jones

1/Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant A G Bayley

2/Essex – Lieutenants W G Charles, H E Crooker

2/Northampton – Captain & Quartermaster J Perrin

5/Middlesex – Lieutenants G A E Poole, C P Roe

1/Connaught R – Colonel M G Moore

RAMC – Lieutenant- Colonel R P Hetherington and F J Lambkin

APD – Captain C H Moore

Civil Surgeons 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 – Lieutenant General Sir C Tucker, Major General G Barton, Colonel C P Ridley, Major E H Cox

6/DG – Major F S Garratt

7/Hussars – Major R M Poore

9/Lancers – Captain T M H Kincaid-Smith

11/Hussars – Lieutenants R J P Anderson, DSO, C von Essen Moberley

13/Hussars – Captain H J J Stern

21/Lancers – Captain A S Pilcher

Remount Dept. – Captains A W M Richards, J Pender, W G Cumming

RA – Lieutenant Colonels P J R Crampton, A B Scott, W A M Thompson, Majors H F Mercer, G F MacMunn, H S Jeudwine, Captains A E C Myers, F W Gosset, H R Peck, Lieutenant N B Inglefield, Lieutenant & Quartermaster T Stoyle

Dublin City Militia Artillery – Captain W D O’Battley

RE – Colonel E H Bethell, Majors G M Kirkpatrick, H B Williams

Aberdeen Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant R A Duthie

1/Yorkshire Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant L T O’Shea

Imperial Yeomanry – Captain K F MacLachlan, Lieutenants C W Chalmers, R Gray, Veterinary Lieutenant W G Barnes

3/W Surrey – 2/Lieutenant C E L Bowen

2/R Fusiliers – Lieutenant J C Hartley

4/Warwick – Major H G Fitton

Cheshire – Captain R J F Hayter

Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant the Hon. G W F S Foljambe

1/KRRC – Captain Lord R W O Manners

4/N Stafford – Lieutenant F J Philips

2/H Light Infantry – Captain F M Sandys-Lumsdaine

V C A & S High. – Captain J Paton

1/Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant C F Aspinall

Veterinary Dept. – Captain R P Tomas

RAMC – Major A P Bloenkinsop

W India – Captain H S Oppenheimer

I S C – Lieutenant Colonel G A Cookson, Major P Holland-Pryer, Captain W S Fraser

N S W M I – Captains R M Heron, J G Legge

Thorneycroft’s M I – Captain L W Birt, Lieutenants G O Rees, F C Belson, N S Mansergh

Western Light Infantry – Lieutenants W Judge, B Featherstone, C de M Grant

Brabant’s Horse – Lieutenant E Barren

Bethune’s M I – Lieutenant R M B Needham

Queensland Bush. Contingent – Lieutenant T Christie

Duke Of Edinburgh’s Volunteer Rifles – Lieutenant W C Mountain

1/ Imperial L H – Captains R J Bentinck, E E Dull, Lieutenants C R H Gresson, J Dryden

Civil Surgeons RE Thompson, A E Ash, T H Body

Civil Veterinary Surgeons 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

Reverends 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 Fusiliers – 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 – Captain O L Francis and 94 men

2/GG – Captains the Hon. W E Cavendish, Lord Cavan, Lieutenant M R A Cholmeley and 240 men

2/R Lancaster – Captain H K Clough and 100 men

W Yorkshire – Captain A C Daly and 103 men (2nd)

2/E Yorkshire – Captain H R S Brown and 100 men

2/N Stafford – Captain S C G F Astell and 100 men

1/ York & Lancaster – Lieutenant H W Duckworth and 107 men

Staff – Lieutenant Colonel R B Gaisford

1/DG – Colonel H M Owen, Major C J Briggs

3/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel F W N Wogan-Browne

12/Lancers – Major F Wormald, Lieutenant A Grant

RA – Majors G Wright, F J A Trench, Lieutenant W S D Craven

RE – Major H B H Wright

3/Border – Captain J Norman

2/Middlesex – Lieutenant O V Forbes and 107 men

1/ V B N Stafford – Lieutenant V H Goss

London Scottish – Lieutenant H A H Newington

ASC – Major H N Sargent

Reserve of Officers – Major A Lamb, Captain H R S Maitland

N Z M I – Major A G E Bingley

1/Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Lieutenant G W Millard

Imperial L H – Lieutenant J Emerton

Thorneycroft’s M I – Lieutenants T P A Rose, A H Pryor

Duke of Edinburgh’s Volunteer Rifles – Lieutenants W C Arthur, J H Freeman

Reverend E F Newman

Civil Surgeons W Fitzpatrick, Hampton

Veterinary Civil Surgeon 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel G F Milner, Captains S G Evans, W Harland, C F Gurney, R G A Lloyd, G P Jennings, G J Duff, H G McRew, Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster G E Thomas and 558 men

Tower Hamlets, Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant J F Keen and 20 men

Civil Surgeons 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 – Colonel H CrosbieCaptains J B Aiken, J F Dempster, W J Boggie, J C Crawford, H T Pomfret, T Dickin, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster G E Vickers and 795 men

Staff – Major-Gens. Sir W G Knox, Sir J G Maxwell, Colonels T P B Ternan, M O Little, Lieutenant Colonel J H Poett

5/Lancers – Lieutenant F B Dugdale

16/Lancers – Lieutenant S T More

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants W S Goss, M G S Sheriff

RA – Majors R A K Montgomery, F H G Stanton, G S Nairne

SG – Colonel W P Pulteney

Buffs – Lieutenant Colonel E C J Williams

R Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel C F Heyworth-Savage, Lieutenant S Phillips

2/Lancashire Fusiliers – Major E G Tidswell and 100 men

2/Scots Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel W A Young and 99 men

1/L N Lancashire – Lieutenant F H E Torbett and 107 men

3/Seaforth High. – Lieutenant W B J Reid

1/Cameron High. – Captain A D Nicholson

1/Irish Rifles – 2/Lieutenant G A Chatterton

I S C – Major O B F S Shore

ASC – Captain F P S Taylor

Cape Pioneer Rly. Reg. – Lieutenant J H G Lawrence

RAMC – Major E M Hassard

Civil Surgeons 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) Captain F G H Davies

For Calcutta:

RE – Captain J M C Colvin

5/DG – Lieutenant J Norwood

2/Inniskilling Fusiliers – Lieutenant 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 – Major S O’Brien, Captains J B Beale, R W B Chambers, A W A Connoll, F A Wood, C Beckett, W F Henderson, Lieutenants 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, Medical -Captain F W King, Chaplain-Captain D C Bates, and 516 men

South Island – Major O C Abbott, Captains J J Clarke, J N Nicholson, T P Halpin, McOillan, Edon, Marshall, Ross, Richardson, Lieutenants 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, Surgeon-Captain Falconer, Veterinary -Lieutenants G Henderson, Franks, Chaplain-Captain Dutton and 527 men

3/N S W M I – Captains P McDonald, Hungerford, J H Peck, S F Stokes, Lieutenants 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, Veterinary -Lieutenant Symonds

8/N Z M I – Lieutenant 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 Imperial Bush. – 5th- 1 man, 6th- 8 men

S Aust. Bush. – 2 men

Aust. Scouts. – 3 men

Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Captain H Yaldwyn, Lieutenant T Germaine, Veterinary -Lieutenant 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 – Colonel J S Lyster, Lieutenant Colonel J H A Lee, Captains H J Cox Taylor, RE Zouch, J K Berry, A E Forrest, A W B Percival, Chaplain G S Oakes, Lieutenants CBB White, J Apps, H Vec, Surgeon-Captain Gillies and 417 men

3/Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Lieutenant Colonel R Wallace, Captains F A Dove, G Wynne, A Fullerton, A Morrisby, S Nicholson, R Shadler, R R Creer, Lieutenant Crichton, Major R Murray (attd. to Aust. Artillery ) and 482 men

6/Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Lieutenant Colonel G G H Irving, Captains E E Riglotti, V J P Hennessy, Lieutenants A C Coghill, A N Prigg, J F Stebbins, Surgeon-Captain D A Shields and 372 men

3/N S W Imperial Bush. – Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. Rupert Carington, Captains G E Mylne, C A Lee, C E A Middleton, Lieutenants A E Wearne, C W Houthey and 330 men

4/Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Lieutenant Colonel Johnstone, Lieutenants 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 Imperial Bush. – Lieutenant Colonel Flewell Smith

Scottish Horse – Captain Long Innes and 144 men

Aust. Medical 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel A C Baillie, Captain and Adjutant D Deane (I S C ), Captains C C Stone, R Hamilton Stubber (1/L G ), the Hon. E Thesiger, Lieutenants 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, Veterinary -Lieutenant H C Taylor, and 323 men

RHA – Captain G R FitzR Talbot

5/RFA – Lieutenant D W Roberts and 30 men

9/RFA – 34 men

17/RFA – 29 men

Civil Veterinary Surgeon J O’Brien

Civil Surgeon 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel F L Banon, Captains H H Hewlings, H H Syer, W Gill, L F Devenish-Meares, Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster F G Walker and 315 men

RA – Colonel T S Baldock

5/DG – Lieutenant P E Hardwick and 101 men

Res. of Off. – Major C F Lindsell

Limerick City Militia Artillery – Lieutenant Colonel W A Bentley

7/R Fus, – Lieutenant H G Grist

3/Gloucester – Captain A I Menzies

1/ H Light Infantry – Major J Richardson and 100 men

4/H Light Infantry – Captain A W Jones

RAMC – Major F R Newland

Civil Surgeon R A Slessor

Civil Veterinary Surgeon 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 – Major C J Vines, Lieutenant J R Wethered and 100 men

2/Bedford – Lieutenants H Featherstonhaugh, W H Boteler and 100 men

2/Norfolk – Captain C C Blackburn and 100 men

1/ R Irish Fusiliers – Captain H McConaghy and 100 men

4/Derby – 2/Lieutenant W B Lang

2/W Surrey – Captain L M Crofts, Lieutenant J E C Wilcox and 99 men

1/Sussex – Captain F W Robinson, Lieutenant H S Ashworth and 98 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel R J L Fayle

1 Civil Surgeon, 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 Regiments in South Africa.

R W Surrey, S Wales Borderers, R Irish, & S Staffordshire Regiments

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 16 Jul 02

p22 The Saxon has arrived from England with the following named military passengers: Lieutenant Colonel G Wyndham.

The Carisbrook Castle sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Lieutenant Viscount Cole, Colonel & Mrs. Calvin, General Willson, General Sir H Dickson, Colonels McIntosh, Laming, Backhouse, Kays, Majors Smythe, Dauncey, Majors Guinness, Johnstone, Captains Leschallas, Dickin, Lumsden, South, Longueville, Mather, Bannatyne, Dorien-Smith, Church, Kirts, Lieutenants 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, Captain Goning, Lieutenant Brambly, Lieutenant Mason, Sergeant Snowden, Lieutenants Schneider, Brawn, Love, & Gascoyne.

 

p23 Dateline London, July 13. The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday with Kitchener on board.

 

London Times, 17 Jul 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 Colonel T F Brinckman, CB Also there were nearly 300 time expired men from South Africa. Captain Lord Cassillis, 3/R Scots Fusiliers 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 Jul 02 (Friday)

p9b The Montrose left Point Natal on July 15 for Albany, Melbourne, and Wellington with the following:

10/N Z Contingent, 1st Regiment – Major A W Andrew, Captains E Davy, C Browne, F Chapman, J Mitchell. Paymaster Mabin, Lieutenants Clarke, Paul, Smith, Whyte, Medical Surgeon Major MacKenzie, Veterinary Captain Towers and 355 men

2nd Regiment – Major W S Pennycock, Captains R Stevenson, D Cosgreve, R J Brenner, D Luxford, E Hooper, C Morrison, Lieutenants 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/ Captain Strong and 2 men, 7/ 9 men, 8/ 1 corporal.

3/Imperial Bushmen – 2 men

6/Queensland Imperial Bushmen – Lieutenant 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. – Lieutenant Taylor

9/N Z M I – Major H D Jackson

3/ Australian Commonwealth – Lieutenant 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 Imperial Bush. – 3 men

5/Queensland Imperial 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 Surgeon 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 Jul 02 (Saturday)

p13c - d Note here L G Kitchener’s despatch with M I D

 

London Times, 21 Jul 02 (Monday)

p5b Dateline Lisbon, July 19.”The Boers who have been quartered in barracks in different parts of Portugal arrived in Lisbon today 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:

Volunteer Company York & Lancs. – E W Longden and 36 men

Volunteer Company W Riding – Lieutenant L H Palmer and 23 men

Volunteer Company S Lancs – Lieutenant E F Willcocks and 26 men

Volunteer Company Scottish Bord. – Lieutenant J Stevenson and 60 men

Volunteer Company E Surrey – 2/Lieutenant E V Bayliss and 21 men

Volunteer Company Middlesex – Lieutenant H V Kershaw and 53 men

Volunteer Company Border – Lieutenant F P N Dunne and 23 men

Volunteer Company Derby – Lieutenant J E Blackwall and 18 men

Volunteer Company Welsh – Lieutenant W H Edmond-Jenkins and 53 men

Volunteer Company Cheshire – Captain J Bates, Lieutenants T Ridgway, L V Walker, H L Moir and 116 men

Volunteer Company Buffs – Lieutenants W Wyllie, J R Manderson and 20 men

Volunteer Company S Staffs. – Captain V J Magrane and 110 men

Volunteer Company R Scots Fusiliers – Lieutenant J Alexander and 21 men

Volunteer Company Hants. – Lieutenant C G Young and 49 men

Volunteer Company Liverpool – Lieutenants J W Fisher, H D Read and 42 men

Volunteer Company W Yorks. – Lieutenant A W Hill and 23 men

Volunteer Company Durham Light Infantry – Captain E S Strangwayes, Lieutenants H Ensor, P P Wilson and 90 men

Volunteer Company Manchester – Captain J N Eaton, Lieutenants G K Dury, C J Slade and 82 men

Volunteer Company Norfolk – Lieutenants J H Holston, H Diver and 58 men

Volunteer Company R Lancs. – Lieutenants C G Bradley, W B Harte and 18 men

Volunteer Company Lancs. Fusiliers – Captain C S Lakeman, Lieutenants A C Bealey, W Wike and 111 men

Volunteer Company S Wales Bord. – Lieutenant E W Hitchcox, S G Mullock and 29 men

Volunteer Company Yorks. Light Infantry – Lieutenant E C St G Stockwell and 19 men

Volunteer Company A & S High. – Captain G H Black, Lieutenants J M Lamont, H R Rae, S Foulds, and 94 men

Newcastle-on-Tyne Volunteer Eng. – Captain R M Rodgers and 19 men

Volunteer Company Black Watch – Captain J Buyers, Lieutenants C E C Walker, T Ferguson and 88 men

Volunteer Company Essex – 43 men

Volunteer Company N Staffs. – 28 men

Aberdeen Volunteer Eng. – 17 men

RE – Lieutenant H Jackson

RS – Lieutenant P W Stewart

Civil Surgeons 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 am with 3/GG, consisting of 17 officers and 1,018 men, Major 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 Regiment consisting of 19 officers and 581 men, Colonel M A Brown, commanding. Major General Sir C Knox was also a passenger.

 

London Times, 22 Jul 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 Surgeon 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 – Lieutenant Colonel W H Sawyer

6/DG – Lieutenant W O Upton-Cottrell-Dormer

7/Hussars – 2/Lieutenant N J B Whitehead and 98 men

12 Lancers – Lieutenant J N P Wood and 98 men

Remount – Lieutenant Colonel H Graham, Captain R Macfarlane

RA – Colonel J W Dunlop, Captains R T C Herbert, J G Phillips, W G Bedford, W A Allpress, Lieutenants W W Jelf, J V P Hawksley, J G B Allardyce

Tipperary Militia Artillery – Captain D E Shine

RE – Major V Murray, Captain W V Scudamore

CG – Major G Fremantle, Captain E T H Hanbury-Tracey

Northumberland Fusiliers – Captain R F Gatehouse and 101 men

2/Cheshire – Major R P Grove and 101 men

W Riding – Captain H W Beeher and 99 men

2/V B S Stafford – Lieutenant A W Bleckley

2/Dorset – Major W K Arnold and 100 men

3/Essex – Captain E S Penrose

3/ V B Essex – Lieutenant J F G Fitzpatrick

KRRC – Captain R G Jelf, Lieutenant H B P L Kennedy and 97 men

1/Gordon High. – Captain J M McLaren and 108 men

3/Gordon High. – Lieutenants the Hon. A E Crichton, H H Kennedy

6/Irish Rifles – Lieutenant J F Martyr

4/Leinster – Major T E W Willington, Lieutenant G H Atkinson

5/Leinster – Lieutenant R J Filgate

Dublin Fusiliers – Captain E A Molesworth and 99 men

RB – Captain A A Dorrien-Smith

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel J M Irwin

N Z M I – Lieutenants R H F Dumaresma, J N Hamer

Western L H – Captain J M Gillespie

Duke of Edinburgh’s Own Volunteer Rifles – Lieutenant T G A Miller

Cape Pioneer Rly. – Captain W H Roe

Damant’s Horse – Lieutenant A M Walker

Kimberley L H – Lieutenant A H Bintley

BSAP – Lieutenant H Chapman,

Bechuanaland Rifles – Lieutenant T E P More

Civil Veterinary Surgeons E R Forbes, A L Leather

Civil Surgeons 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 – Captain F W Mussenden, 2/Lieutenant J C Brutton and 201 men

Imperial Yeomanry – Captain F G W Jones

Remount – Lieutenant C J Manners-Sutton

RA – Captain H C T Hildyard, Lieutenants G F S Tuke, T S Dick-Cleland and 38 men

RE – Captain E Barnardistan

1/R Scots – Captain E F Annand and 105 men

2/W Surrey – Captain H M Cowper, Lieutenant R H Mangles and 100 men

1/ Liverpool – Captain R C R Jones and 98 men

4/Devon – Major H A S Bridge

2/Wiltshire – Captain F R Cockburn

1/Manchester – Captain D R Paton and 100 men

2/Irish Rifles – Captain H J Morphy and 103 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel B W Somerville-Large, Major J Donaldson

N S W M I – Captain J Newman, A H Moyes

Queensland M I – Captain H Bailey

Canadian Scouts – Captain A V Vaghan

2/Canadian M I – Captain R G E Leckie

Imperial L H – Lieutenant S Norton-Taylor

Civil Surgeons 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 – Lieutenant Colonel R H Morrison

14/Hussars – Lieutenant J Halliday

18/Hussars – Lieutenant C V Clarke, DSO and 100 men

19/Hussars – Captain G A Egerton and 100 men

Reserve of Officers – Captain C P Barchard

RA – Major P H Slee, Lieutenants V Asser, D W L Spiller, J W Scott, E F St John

Welsh – Major W V Pennefather

Irish Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel R S H Moody, Lieutenants M J Furnell, J Millerd (3 Battalion ) and 96 men

ISC – Lieutenant Colonel M H S Grover

Veterinary Dept. – Captain E E Martin, J Brand

Aust. Commonwealth Horse – Captain J E Robertson, Lieutenant C W St J Clarke and 30 men

Johannesburg M R – Lieutenant F St G Gilbert

2/ Imperial L H – Lieutenant B Young

South African L H – Lieutenant C C Peniston

BSAP – Captain W E St John

Reverend F A Hill

Civil Surgeons 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel W K Hamilton-Campbell, Captains J G Orr, P B Highet, J C Stewart, Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Kennedy and 531 men

7/Imperial Yeomanry – Major H D de Pree, Captain A Ferguson, C W Lovell, G B Bennett, E S Woodiwiss, Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W P Parsons and 453 men

2/Cheshire Volunteer Eng. – Lieutenant E Davenport and 43 men

Staff – Captain Lord Romilly

6/DG – Major W J C Butler

1/R Dragoons – Lieutenant Colonel Lord Basing

5/Lancers – Captain R C Browne-Clayton

6/Dragoons – Major G K Ansell

13/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel C Williams

RA – Captain G T Brierley

2/V B N Stafford – Lieutenant J H P Clarson

3/Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant L T C Richardson

RAMC – Major J W Cockerill and 13 men

Reverend Mullineux

Civil Surgeon A J McClymont

Nursing Sisters A Guthrie, A J Moffat

Aust. Commonwealth Regiment – 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 Jul 02 (Wednesday)

p5b Dateline Halifax, N S, July 22. The Winifredian, with the 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles on board, arrived here today from South Africa, all well.

 

p7c The Carisbrook Castle left for England July 16 with the following on passage home:

10/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel E R Murray, Captains H J I Brown, A G Purves, E C Sell, T C MacK T Hogg, Lieutenants 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. – Captains the Hon. R C Craven, J E Pearce, Lieutenants A P Lambert, T Rich, J Clarke, and 100 men

Staff – Major General M W Willson, Brigadier General H G Dixon

1/R Dragoons – Lieutenants H W A Ripley, H M L Lambert, Lord A R Innes-Ker

3/DG – Lieutenant S R A Hankey

6/Dragoons – Major T H E Dauncey, Lieutenant A R Gibbs

7/Hussars – Lieutenant W Gibbs

9/Lancers – Lieutenant Colonel F F Colvin

13/Hussars – Captain J F Church

14/Hussars – Lieutenants J B Walker, W R Campbell

20/Hussars – Major A M B Jones, Captain A Goring, Lieutenants E W P Love, A W Jennings-Bramly, P G Mason, F K Gascoyne, B A P Shreiber, G W Browne

21/Lancers – Major R N Smyth

RA – Lieutenant Colonel R A G Harrison, Major C D Guinness, Captain R H Hare

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant R B Lucas

3/GG – Colonel E M S Crabbe

2/R Fusiliers – Lieutenant M O Clarke

2/E Kent – Lieutenant Colonel J Blackhouse

1/Northumberland Fusiliers – Lieutenants P B Evans, E B Gordon, G M James, R G Coles, A G L’E Le Gallais

1/Scot Fusiliers – Lieutenant G C Briggs

1/Oxford Light Infantry – Captain L F Scott

L N Lancs. – Colonel R G Kekewich

KRRC – Lieutenant Colonel W S Kays, Captain L F Philips

2/Manchester – Lieutenant C M Thorneycroft

1/A & S High. – Captain H B Kirk, Lieutenants A B Thorburn, J C Scott

1/Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant C H Jardine and 101 men

RAMC – Colonel F W Trevor and 15 men

Civil Surgeons 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 Light Infantry, Gloucesters, Welsh, Dublin Fusiliers, W Yorks, SR, and Northamptonshire Regiments.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 23 Jul 02 Nothing Noted

London Times, 24 Jul 02 (Thursday)

p11c The St Andrew left for England July 16 with the following on passage home:

21/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel A W Jarvis, Captains H Harbord, A G Uniacke, C F Nesham, J R Hanson, G J O’Connell, C D Mackenzie, F A E Godwin, Lieutenants A W White, D H J Christie, J S Orr, C Benwell, and 484 men

3/Devon – Captain J M Gill and 100 men

2/Somerset Light Infantry – Captain F M Peacock and 102 men

1/Leicester – Lieutenant F D Harrison and 99 men

2/SR – Lieutenant E S Girdwood and 99 men

S Lancashire – Major J A Moggridge

1/Essex – Lieutenant H R Bowen and 100 men

2/Yorkshire Light Infantry – Captain J D Doull and 99 men

KRRC – Captain the Hon. C S G Canning and 99 men

2/Manchester – Lieutenant C Richardsonn and 100 men

4/Durham Light Infantry – Lieutenant E O F Smith

RB – Captain H Tabbort and 101 men

Thorneycroft’s M I – Captain N K Prettejohn

5/C M R – Lieutenant A A Vernon and 49 men

ASC – Lieutenant Colonel C E Wyncoll

Civil Surgeons D S Wylie, W R Kemp

1/Durham Light Infantry – 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 Jul 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel T E Harrison, Major J Armstrong, Captains F S Goulden, M L Paget, G Emerson, H G D Thompson, D H Macdonell, E A Dorrell, W H Chattaway, Lieutenants 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/Imperial Yeomanry – Major O N Segrave, Captains D A Drummond, N F MacLeod, W Coote-Brown, J W A Parr, Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Leech, and 322 men.

7/DG – Lieutenant W S Whetherly

5/Lancers – Major R J Spurrell, Lieutenant E F W Arkwright and 99 men

RA – Lieutenant Colonels C E Callwell, G G Simpson, Lieutenant T F H Crewe

2/W Surrey – Captain H C Pilleau, Lieutenant P Fearon and 100 men

3/Devon – Lieutenant A Eccles, jun.

1/Worcester – 2/Lieutenant D W Pollock and 88 men

3/W Riding – Lieutenant Colonel E L Cordes

2/W Kent – Captain N H S Lowe and 100 men

RAMC – Captain G E F Stammers and 3 men

Civil Surgeons 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 Fusiliers – 87 men

Due Southampton Aug 10.

 

The Canada arrived Southampton Water last evening and anchored for the night. Officers on board include:

Lieutenant General Sir C Tucker, Major General G Barton, Colonel C P Ridley, Major E H Cox

RA – Lieutenant Colonels P J R Crampton, A B Scott, W A M Thompson,

RE – Colonel E H Bethell,

I S C – Lieutenant Colonel G A Cookson,

7/Hussars – Major R M Poore, DSO

KRRC – Captain Lord Robert Manners, DSO

 

London Times, 26 Jul 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 Jul 02 (Monday)

p10f The Gaika arrived Southampton Saturday morning with over 1,000 troops from the front. Included were:

5/R Fusiliers – 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 Fusiliers – 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 Jul 02 (Tuesday)

p7d The Victorian arrived at Southampton yesterday with the following:

17/Imperial Yeomanry – 14 officers and 315 men, Lieutenant Colonel F L Barron, commanding.

5/DG – 101 men

2/Gloucester – 100 men

H Light Infantry – 100 men

 

The Dominion left Southampton yesterday afternoon for st. Helena and South Africa.

3/Manchester – Lieutenant Colonel 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 Jul 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 Fusiliers 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 – Lieutenants C A R Scott, H M Ballingall

3/Devon – Captain J H L Sims

4/Devon – Lieutenant C Darbyshire

2/Bedford – Lieutenant A E Greenwell and 100 men

2/Worcester – Lieutenant Colonel G W K Pafu (Pafn ?)

5/Worcester – Captain H Beck

V C N Lancs. – Lieutenants C H Potter, T P Phethean and 92 men

2/Northampton – 2/Lieutenant A G L Pepys

3/York & Lancaster – Lieutenant C A Chaytor

2/RB – Major L L Nicoll

APO – Colonel J Greer and 31 men

RAMC – Majors C S Sparkes, A A Sutton, W T Mould, Captain W Tibbitts and 8 men

Cape GA – Lieutenant R J M Horne, Lieutenant & Quartermaster H B Wiber

Canadian Scouts – Lieutenant H Wilkins

S A Mounted Irregular Forces – Captain A de M W Vickers

Reverends 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 – Lieutenants C R Terrott, R M Wood and 99 men

11/Hussars – Captain J D T Tyndale-Briscoe and 99 men

RFA – 2/Lieutenant C W Alston and 45 men

3/Northld Fusiliers – Captain A M Gibbes

2/Northld Fusiliers – 100 men

E Lancs. – Major F H Trent, Lieutenant G D Lenke and 100 men

2/Irish Rifles – Major FitzR E P Curzon and 100 men

1/Connaught Rangers – Captain J L J Conry, Lieutenant C E Hack and 100 men

Civil Surgeon 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 Jul 02 Nothing Noted

 

London Times, 31 Jul 02 (Thursday)

p5d The Kildonan Castle left for England July 23 with the following on passage home:

Staff – Major General E S Brock, Lieutenant Colonel T E O’Leary, Captains E V D Riddell, H A Thompson

3/DG – Captains G H Watson, H B O Williams, Lieutenants T V T Thacker, S S P Paddon, G G Sadler

6/DG – Lieutenant Colonel H P Leader

5/Lancers – Captain A Parker

7/Hussars – Majors G A L Carew, H K Harley, Captain F W Wormald

11/Hussars – Lieutenant G G Wilson

13/Hussars – Lieutenants C E Jenkins, T H S Marchant, G H Hodgkinson

19/Hussars – Colonel E K G Aylmer, Captain M G E Woodmass, Lieutenants W J R Wingfield, P Van Den Nest, O M Croshaw

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants J G Kennedy, E H Barker, L H P Birch, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Milton

Reserve of Officers – Captain C H E Hall

Remount – Lieutenant J B Caldwell

RA – Lieutenant Colonel C E Coghill, Major L H Ducrot, Captains G H Sanders, J S Ollivant, H A D Simpson-Baikie, Lieutenants F G Maunde-Thompson, A St J Boultbee, H A G Chamier, D H K Hunter and 100 men

RE – Colonel C H Cowie

1/CG – Lieutenants A G Leather-Culley, R L Dawson

2/SG – Major S H Godman, Captain M Barne, Lieutenant H A Hilton

2/ Q R W Surrey – Lieutenant R J K Mott

R Warwick – Lieutenant Colonel L E Kiggell, Lieutenant R Trevis-Owen

2/Devon – Lieutenant Colonel F C Briggs, Major G J Ellicombe, Captains C A Lafone, P U W Vigors

1/Yorks. – Major H G Holmes and 103 men

6/Lancs. Fusiliers – Lieutenant H W G Dansey

R Scots Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel A W Thorneycroft, 2/Lieutenant C Thorburn

R Welsh Fusiliers – Lieutenants C C Norman, A H Reynolds, 2/Lieutenants H I Webb-Bowen, W J H Hughes

2/SR – Major R B Fell, Captains A C Northey, J H Dutton, Lieutenant M Kerr, 2/Lieutenant J E Turner

R Inniskg. Fusiliers – Majors R C C Cox, E A Strachan, Lieutenant W P Thompson

Gloucester – Major C du P Richardson-Griffiths, Captain B O Fyffe and 104 men

1/E Lancs. – Lieutenant H L Wethered, 2/Lieutenant A St L Goldie and 108 men

4/V B E Surrey – Captain C E Terry

D of Cornwall’s Light Infantry – Captain E A Shakerley, Lieutenants A St A Molesworth, A W Stericker

3/Hants. – Lieutenant H M Humphrey

2/Dorset – Lieutenant Colonel P Farrer, Captain R F W F Leslie

1/Welsh – Major H A’A Harkness

Essex – Major F G Anley

2/Berks. – Major RET Bray

K O Yorks. Light Infantry – Lieutenant Colonel C St L Barter

2/Middlesex – Lieutenants H F Spence, H P Hilton

1/KRRC – Lieutenant Colonel R C A B Bewicke-Copley

2/Manchester – Major W H Goldfinch, Lieutenant P D de la Penha

Durham Light Infantry – Lieutenant H A Franklyn

2/Seaforth High. – Captain W G Moon and 102 men

H Light Infantry – Captain G C I Stockwell

1/Cameron High. – Captain A F Egerton, Lieutenant C G Collins

Connaught Rangers – Captain G H Ford Hutchison

1/A & S High. – Majors T Irvine, A Patten, Captain A H Maclean and 204 men

2/RB – Major J E Gough

4/Leinsters. – Captain W R Trevelyan

RAMC – Captain P J Probyn

I S C – Captain R J T Stewart

APO – Lieutenant Colonel G W Treble

W Aust. M I – Captain E Vernon

R M Light Infantry – Captain H M Howard

S A L H – Lieutenants H C Fleming, C G M Plumer and 150 men

Reverends C V P Day, W F Horsbie, E W Norris

Civil Surgeons 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 Veterinary Surgeons 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.

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