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Shipping records - September 1902

London Times, 01 Sep 02 (Monday)

p6d The Ortona left for England Aug 27 with the following on passage home:

Worcester – Major Chichester, Lieutenants L M Stevens, J E Gordon, 2/Lieutenants J L F Tweedie, N C Duncan and 144 men

Oxford Light Infantry – Major A Good, Capts E Childers, RE Watt and 100 men

Gloucester – Captain J W S Wingfield-Digby, Lieutenants A A McLeod, J Fane and 172 men

Bedford – Captain C R J Griffith, Lieutenant A J Hall and 99 men

ASC – Captains R R B Jackson, D Parsons and 138 men

R W Kent – Captains C M Allfrey, C E Kitson, Lieutenants A H Grant, E H Norman and 100 men

R Sussex – Lieutenant J S Woodruffe, 2/Lieutenant J O Nelson and 99 men

Essex – Captain F W Moffitt, Lieutenant L O W Jones, C J B Daubeny and 118 men

R Irish Fusiliers – Lieutenant F S Brereton, 2/Lieutenant F A C Downes and 89 men

E Lancs. – Bt. Majors E A Daubeny, J S Baumgartner, Captains A A Sanders, L CB Hamber, Lieutenant G C D Kempson, 2/Lieutenant L D Moule and 222 men

Northld. Fus, – Bt. Major W Somerwell, Captain A C L H Jones, Lieutenants T W Carthew, H C Boddam-Whetham and 146 men

KRRC – 2/Lieutenant C T Mackenzie and 41 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel W W Pike, Major J P S Hayes, Captain G H Goddard, 2/Lieutenant P T Mackenzie and 23 men

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant E De Burgh

Highland Light Infantry – Captain H T Kays

RA – Captains A C Russell, G Baillie, H C H Burton, C de Saumerez, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Bass

R W Surrey – Captain C W Blake

7/Hussars – Captain C H Rankin

Remount Depot – Lieutenant E Greene-Lake

Imperial Yeomanry – Major H C Carden, Lieutenant E F Flowerdew

R Scots Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel E E Carr, Captain A H Leggatt

IG – Lieutenant Earl of Kingston

1/Dragoons – Major G F Steele

CG – Captain G Fielding (Feilding)

N Staffs. – Major L T C Twyford

Yorks. Light Infantry – Lieutenant Colonel H N C Heath

S W Bordrs. – Major N Burrows

N Fusrs. (?). – Lieutenant Colonel Hon. C Lambton

Manchester – Colonel J E Watson

W Yorks. – Major J M Benson

Canadian Scouts – Lieutenant F W Glennie

Australian Staff – Captain H C Caines

W Prov. M R – Lieutenant G A Wilmot

Civil Veterinary Surgeon W B Gridley

Civil Surgeons 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 Sep 15.

 

The Walmer Castle left for England Aug 27 with the following on passage home:

3/ Liverpool – Colonel J M Batten, Major E C Westem, Captains R L Hartley, S D Norris, H E Dedinfield, H S Husted, F W Barnes, R J Hornridge, C N French, W B Dart, Lieutenants F G Wilmer, F J Lloyd, F W M Drew, F M Watney, E W Chapman, 2/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster C Roberts and 474 men

4/ Liverpool – Lieutenant Colonel W H Hand, Major W Maxwell, Captains C S Edridge, E M Beall, W T E Wallace, G E H Sheen, W M L Bower, Lieutenants A Luidermore, J A Dearden, G H Jenkins, C A E Miller, 2/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J W Bailey and 613 men

RFA – Lieutenant Colonel A Bell Irving

N Staffs. – Lieutenant H P L Heyworth

Cheshire – Captain B H L Stapylton

H Light Infantry – Captain J H Purvis

Hants. – Major F R Hicks

RB – Captain A D Boden

ASC – Maj, W S Swabey

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel J A Gormley, Major H C Thurston

Civil Surgeon J Dawson

Nursing Sisters C H Harrison, A M Thomson

Due Southampton Sep 13.

 

The Norman arrived at Southampton 9 am Saturday with 59 officers and 1,123 men.

 

The Norham Castle arrived Southampton Saturday morning.

 

London Times, 02 Sep 02 (Tuesday) Nothing Noted.

 

London Times, 03 Sep 02 (Wednesday)

p4b The Oswestry Grange left for England Aug 29 with the following on passage home:

3/York & Lancaster – Lieutenant Colonel J E Groomy, Captains E J Woodley, E F Lowthorpe, F A Cathcart, H O Swanstone, J F Coston, J H Wansbrough, D C McClellan, Lieutenants K R Davies, D T Welsh, Lieutenant & Quartermaster M J Duggan and 609 men

3/A & S High. – Lieutenant Colonel R W Colquhoun, Captains J W Scott-Plummer, M E Rouse, W Home, Lieutenant W A Ganden, 2/Lieutenant G H R Gibson, Lieutenant & Quartermaster A Beattie and 470 men

ASC – Lieutenant I R S Shinkwin and 105 men

5/Lancers – Lieutenant H de L Hulton-Harrop and 44 men

Norfolk – Captain F D DeB Bell and 102 men

Northants – Lieutenant J Wood-Martin and 90 men

KRRC – Lieutenant C F Hawley and 69 men

R Irish Fusiliers – Lieutenant C M Gibbon and 48 men

Seaforth High. – Captain N A Thompson and 112 men

Wilts. – Captain W E Matchan and 96 men

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant W A Supple and 20 men

RAMC – Major R J C Cottrek and 16 men

Civil Surgeons J M L Brown, T E Bull

3/Hussars – 20 men

N Lancs. – 26 men

Dorset – 27 men

Due Southampton 21 Sep

 

The Syria arrived Southampton yesterday afternoon with a number of troops from South Africa.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 03 Sep 02

p1 Dateline Durban, Aug 30. The Canada arrived this morning with 984 ex-Boer prisoners.

 

London Times, 04 Sep 02 (Thursday) Nothing Noted

 

London Times, 05 Sep 02 (Friday)

p6c & d Note Here: Chart showing British strength at 1 Aug1899, and 31 May 1902.

 

The Assaye left for England Aug 31 with the following on passage home:

5/Middlesex – Lieutenant Colonel V Rolleston, Major B Moore, Captains W C C Ash, L Fletcher, R H Parnell, A R Brown, B J Russell, A D Snow, F A Baker, M S Furlong, Lieutenants L F Passy, J H Morris, G Pearson, J M Bathe, R A H Inglis, H Bennett, 2/Lieutenants M Miles, R A Leving, E A Vinen, P T Miller, C P Duck, CBS Ricketts, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Lee, and 745 men

R Fusiliers – Captain M L S O Cole, Lieutenants E H S Nicholson, A C S Chichester, C A H Palairet, R S May and 78 men

H Light Infantry – Captain R A H Ronaldson, Lieutenants 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 – Lieutenant J H W Becke and 69 men

RA – Captain E W Grove, Lieutenant C S Cameron

Seaforth High. – Captain E Campion, 2/Lieutenant L Holland

Cornwall Light Infantry – Captain H T Cantan

Reserve of Officers – Captain C D D Shute

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel A P Hart, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Duncan

Remount – Captain Eb. Fisher

10/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel H L Alexander

Norfolk – 2/Lieutenant K M Buxton

Worcester – Lieutenant J T Goff

S Staffs. – Captain S J Jervis

I G – Captain H R Bruce

R Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant A Grogan

Wilts. – Captain A J Yardley

York & Lancs. – Major E C Broughton, Lieutenant G Adhead, G Henderson, 2/Lieutenants H P Lascelles, G B Groom, H J East, E B Fawcett, G T E Keith, L W Wolrige

R High. – Captain W R Smith, Lieutenant I J D Phillips

E Yorks. – Lieutenants J L Fisher, E N Gilliatt

Suffolk – Lieutenant J E Marshall

W of Scotland Militia Artillery – Lieutenants A E Moore, H B Spear, A R Newlands

R Scots Fusiliers – Major H E Gogarty, Lieutenant W B Brook

Connaught Rangers – Lieutenant C J Hughes

SR – Lieutenant S Campbell

Leinster – Lieutenant P de Havilland

A & S High. – Lieutenant A M McG Bell

KRRC – Captains G A P Rennie, J A Hope

W Riding – Captain K A McLeod

R Irish – Lieutenant C D Macklin

2/DG – Lieutenant T M Hill

Border Scouts – Lieutenant T W H Harel

Reverends T S Goudge, D P Lane

Civil Veterinary Surgeons W Jowett, A D Lalor, C R Twist

Civil Surgeons F G Lloyd, P T Cairns

Nursing Sisters M Bell, A Morrison

Due Southampton Sep 17

 

The Doune Castle left for England Aug 29 with the following on passage home:

3/H Light Infantry – Colonel W F Story, Major E A Everett, Captains 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, Lieutenants REW Baird, A G Thomson, T Jackson, A C Geddes, Captain & Quartermaster W Bissett and 880 men

R W Surrey – Lieutenant J Rainsford-Hannay and 32 men

RAMC – Captain H A Berryman and 7 men

Civil Surgeon J McLaws

Nursing Sisters C S Carse, H Anderson

R W Kent – 22 men

Due Southampton Sep 19

 

The Galician left for England Aug 30 with the following on passage home:

H Light Infantry – Captain W M F Hamilton, Lieutenant H M Craigie-Halkett. 2/Lieutenant A J McCulloch and 161 men

S Wales Bord. – Captain T S Marquis, Captain & Quartermaster W Burrows and 94 men

R Munster Fusiliers – Captain G C Bowen and 72 men

Northumberland Fusiliers – Captain H R Sandilands and 29 men

Border – Major J P Wood, Lieutenant C G W Andrews and 99 men

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant T H C Frankland, 2/Lieutenant K C Weldon, and 105 men

L N Lancs. – Captain H A Robinson, 2/Lieutenant D R H Jackson and 50 men

Yorks. – Lieutenant H V Bastow and 44 men

Welsh – Lieutenant C C Torington and 23 men

KRRC – Lieutenants J F R Pixley, A H Huth and 29 men

D C Light Infantry – Lieutenant R M Grigg and 36 men

Cheshire – Captain W Martin-Loake and 49 men

A & S High. – Lieutenant H A Duncan and 44 men

RHA & RFA – Captain J G Dooner, Lieutenant H Davies Evans and 121 men

RGA – Lieutenant A H Saner and 39 men

RE – Major E D Swinton, Lieutenants C R Johnson, C W Biggs and 101 men

RAMC – Captain J G Borne and 121 men

R Sussex – Captain E H Montressor

5/Lancers – Lieutenant W E Mummers

Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant C F Henley

Northampton – Lieutenant P J Partridge

Civil Surgeons 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 Fusiliers – 26 men

RB – 25 men

Leinster – 22 men

R Welsh Fusiliers – 20 men

Due Southampton Sep 22

 

London Times, 06 Sep 02 (Saturday) Nothing Noted.

London Times, 08 Sep 02 (Monday)

p6a The Sunda left for England 01 Sep with the following on passage home:

3/N Staffordshire – Colonel J H Monckton, Lieutenant Colonel G C Hall, Majors G S Tunnicliffe, C H James, G L P Seckham, W L P Mark-Wardlaw, H Marwood, Captains H E Falls, W Shakespeare, Lieutenants A N Ogilvie, H J Bath, B White, H G Harrison, 2/Lieutenants J T D Kirkpatrick, A S Bonsfield, H C Faussett, A C Hudson, W Shaw-Sandiland and the following attached officers, Captain A T Smythe, 2/Lieutenants 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. – Majors A F Mackenzie, A H Middleton, Captain G D Baillie-Hamilton, Lieutenants 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. – Captain RE Barkeley

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel H J Peard, Major D Stiell

Nursing Sisters H Hogarth, A Knaggs

Reverend Finn

Due Southampton Sep 23.

 

The Newark Castle left for England Sep 3, with the following on passage home:

R Berks. – Captain J H W Southey, Lieutenants A E F Harris, R J Collins and 194 men

R Scots – Captain G Gunn, Lieutenant N K Charteris and 113 men

Lincoln – Lieutenant R F G Broomhead and 29 men

R Irish – Captain W H White, 2/Lieutenant E Roche-Kelly and 99 men

KRRC – Captain H C Johnson, 2/Lieutenant H M Gosling and 200 men

RAMC – Major E R Hamilton and 15 men

Manchester – Captain R N Hardcastle and 98 men

Civil Surgeon J T Jordan

2/DG – 23 men

Due Southampton Sep 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 Sep 02 (Tuesday)

p3c Dateline Madras, Sep 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 Sep 02 (Wednesday)

p5b The Scot left for England Sep 4, with the following on passage home:

3/Northampton – Colonel J Hill, Majors Earl of Westmoreland, H Wickham, Captains E O Smith, Sir. A De Capell-Brooke, C P Harvey, L H Martineau, H Grant-Thorold, A G Weigall, G F Hodgson, Lieutenants P B Allott, W A De Gale., A W Hunt, 2/Lieutenants 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 – Captain C M Stephenson and 76 men

Northumberland Fusiliers – Major G S C Willmott and 59 men

R W Surrey – 2/Lieutenant W A Adams and 33 men

R Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel C G Donald, Captain M Byng, Lieutenants L W Kentish, W H Machin, 2/Lieutenants E G Ozanne, F V B Birwan

Reserve of Officers – Lieutenant R Crawshay

S Wales Bord. – Lieutenant G A M Praed

1/Suffolk – Lieutenant C H Standbridge

R Monmoth RE – Lieutenant F St J Atkinson,

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant C P Cross

Staff – Colonel G M Bullock

Devon – Captain G N T Smyth-Osborne

York & Lancs. – Captain C F Thomas

RFA – Captain H R W M Smith, Lieutenant H B Cox

Hants. – Lieutenant H B Renny

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel M D O’Connell, Captain C J S Archer

R W Kent – Captain H L C Moody

16/Lancers – Major C M Dixon

Lancashire Fusiliers – Captain H O Bishop

Somerset Light Infantry – Captain E G Elger

Essex – Captain G M H Stirling

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant W F Stirling

Gordon High. – Lieutenant A T Gordon

RB – Lieutenant E Coke

Nursing Sisters J Speed, M J Martin, A F Bodwell

R Irish Fusiliers – 19 men

Due Southampton Sep 20

 

The Wilcannia left for England Sep 3, with the following on passage home:

RGA – Captain J C Appleyard and 130 men

Dublin City Militia Artillery – Lieutenant G L E Sherlock

RAMC – Lieutenant P J Bodington and 3 men

Imperial Yeomanry – 65 men

Due Southampton Sep 22.

 

The Orotava arrived at Southampton yesterday afternoon with over 1,200 men

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 10 Sep 02

p25 The Briton sails for England today with the following named military passengers: Majors K Daivas, White, Goring, St Mure, Captains Phillips, Tupper, Captain & Mrs. Crowe, Lieutenants Stokes, G Mure, Sergeant F Watts.

 

London Times, 11 Sep 02 (Thursday)

p3a Dateline Wellington, Sep 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, Sep 10. The City of Vienna arrived here from Bermuda yesterday evening with 1,100 repatriated prisoners.

 

London Times, 12 Sep 02 (Friday)

p5a The Tagus left for England Sep 6, with the following on passage home:

4/E Surrey – Lieutenant Colonel E F Sulivan, Major F G S Moon, Captains RE Benson, J H Dresser, C O’Malley, C R Etches, C G Gordon, B G F Garnett, T H Stringer, Lieutenants A AAGilbert, A White, G V D A Innes, L E Haines, 2/Lieutenants 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. – Lieutenant Colonel B G Harrison, Captains R B Turton, F L Puxley, F A Ragley, W B Shannon, J F V Thorne, Lieutenants A Wright, F Latham, 2/Lieutenants A D B Scott, B H Archer, E F Bates, F W W M Arden, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Sheridan, the following attached – Captains W S Fulton, E C Rogerson, A W Gelston, G W Biggs, W A H Grimshaw, Lieutenants G J V McCraig, A B Fulleton, C E Wells, H D’Arcy, J R Cartwright and 531 men

RAMC – Major M O D Braddell, Lieutenant 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 Sep 7 with the following on passage home:

6/Manchester – Colonel C D Leyden, Major A H Baldwin, Captains B W Pigott, W L Beales, J E Lamb, L Johnstone, T M Greer, P E Hohnson, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenants H Gillios, W H Holroyd-Sergeant, H J F Wallis, H Y Purcell, Lieutenant & Quartermaster M H Connery and 623 men

Connaught Rangers – Captain H A Hamilton, Lieutenant O F Lloyd and 87 men

R Inniskilling Fusiliers – Major C H L Davidson, Captain C S Owen, Lieutenant E Ridings, S F Dunbar and 168 men

H Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant C H T Whitehead and 16 men

AOC – Captain E W Bradbridge and 33 men

RAMC – Major G E Hale, Lieutenant A J Williamson,

S Staffordshire – Captain P E R F Smith, Lieutenant V B Wilson

Lancs. Fusiliers – Captain J F E Bowring

3/V B Essex – Lieutenant H E Phillies

2/Middlesex V Artillery – Lieutenant G M Horn

Border – Lieutenant E James

Worcestershire – Lieutenant R L Barlow, Devon – Lieutenant E Duke

Berkshire – Lieutenant F H Barkley

Somerset Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant F H Wyley

Shropshire Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant H B Green

Civil Surgeon J Stewart

Nursing Sisters C Duncan, M Tyndall, L Thornton

Due Southampton Oct 29 (?).

 

The Wakool left Cape Town Sep 8 for Hong-kong with the following:

1/Derby – Lieutenant Colonel H C Wylly, Captains R H Keller, T H M Green, L St H Morley, J F Ritchie, P F R Anley, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenant C D Harvey, E M T Collin, Lieutenant & Quartermaster F Tyler and 570 men.

ISC – Lieutenant C E Dease ( for India)

RAMC – Captain H C French and 4 men

Civil Surgeon 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 Sep 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 Sep 02 (Monday)

p10c The Avondale Castle left East London for Southampton Sep 9, with the following on passage home:

5/RB – Lieutenant Colonel W C E Sergeant, Captains Viscount Vernon Morpeth, F D Vernon, T J L’Estrange, W B Branston, R B Gossett, Lieutenants CB Southey, B H Hodgson, J S M Corrie, 2/Lieutenants J A Yates, E T J Kerans, F E P Case, J B Redmond, J G S W Samamn, F P Edwards, Quartermaster W Wadham and 671 men

13/Middlesex V R C – N V Tyrwhitt,

3/Dorset – Lieutenant L E Mercer

RE – Captain W Hawley, Lieutenants A Ruck, H W Milne

4/V B Devon – Lieutenant T Trad

7/ R B – 2/Lieutenant H C L Rumbold

3/Scottish Bord. – 2/Lieutenant F H B Dealtry

3/KRRC – Captain & Adjutant C Herbert-Stepney

3/Leicester – Major B G Humphrey, Captains P R Fuller, C H D Palmer, C Turner, K T Stewart, F R C Paget, H P Cross, R H Radford, Lieutenants G M Evans, W Callington, H F Emmerson, H a. F Gordon, R D Burne, C P Mason, 2/Lieutenants W H Brymer, J E Courthope, A S Christie, W James and 538 men

5/R Irish Fusiliers – Major W H Broughton, Lieutenant A E Beattie

4/S Staffs. – Lieutenant L D Inglefield

Leicester – Major & Adjutant G H P Burne

2/E Kent – Lieutenant W R Stainforth and 56+ men

1/R Irish – Lieutenant G A Elliott and 3 men

1/Manchester – Lieutenant A G Omered

AOC – 9 men

RAMC – Lieutenant C R Wilson and 50 men

Civil Surgeons H Bayliss, J B Meldon

Nursing Sisters H Freer, F L Gledhill, E Taylor, K Lamant

2/R Berks. – Lieutenants 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 am Saturday with 46 officers and 1,087 men.

 

The Golconda arrived Southampton (?) Saturday (?) with 990 men.

 

Note Here: Lieutenant Colonel J T Sterling, CG, mentioned here.

 

London Times, 16 Sep 02 (Tuesday)

p6c The Harlech Castle left for England Sep 9, with the following on passage home:

3/Cheshire – Colonel A Hill, Majs C P Lees, R J Cooke, Captains F E Christian, W C Earle, C H Toler, J Dundas, Lieutenants A T Sheringham, P J Mottram, T M Booadbent, F D Frost, C A Matterson, R D Apthorp, 2/Lieutenants J R Brooks, J D Penrose, Lieutenant & Quartermaster T Dutton and 442 men.

S Lancs. – Captain R A Greg

Derbyshire – Lieutenant R B Rickman and 18 men

R Manmouth Eng. – Lieutenant F E Gill

Seaforth High. – Lieutenant & Quartermaster D King

RAMC – Captain 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 Sep 9, with the following on passage home:

1/Border – Lieutenant Colonel G H Ovens, Majors W F Nash, C E H Cooch, Captains P J Bellamy, G F Booadrick, Lieutenants P F B Hawes, W L Allen, E H H Lees, C H Harrison, 2/Lieutenants B O Palmer, S H Dawson, S H Worrall, A P Blackwood, J W Chumley, H A Askew, P P W Fendall, Lieutenant & Quartermaster F W Austin and 452 men

1/Suffolks – Majors V W H Graham, C F Lenneck, Captains C R Fryer, G N Glossop, F A White, F T D Wilson, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenants H E Thomas, P S Walker, W M Campbell, Captain & Quartermaster A Smith and 488 men

2/Hants. – Lieutenant Colonel H W Smith, Brevet Major H Tompson, Captains M de Montmorency, H J W Whitaker, Lieutenants H W Man, E R Street, A E Andrews, N E Baxter, W H Middleton, F S T J Barton, 2/Lieutenants J D M Beckett, B S Parker, W C Garcia, G W Reid, Lieutenant & Quartermaster D G Andrews and 449 men

31 Company RGA – Captain R C J Alexander, Lieutenant F F Rynd and 55 men

7/RE – Major E D Haggitt, Captain R H Macdonald, Lieutenants R H McClintock, E E B Wilson and 54 men

45/RE – Captain G E Smith, Lieutenant J J Connor and 68 men

3/DG – Captain W R Ponsonby

6/DG – Lieutenant H Dixon

8/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel C E Duff

12/Lancers – Lieutenant Colonel T J Atherton

RGA – Lieutenant Colonel H C C D Simpson

RE – Major J S Purvis

Leicester – Major S R L White

Leinster – 2/Lieutenant W H Kerans

R Irish Fusiliers – Captain & Quartermaster R Johnson

R Lancs. – Captain W B Malony

E Surrey – Lieutenant G F C Wollett, 2/Lieutenants G S Hutton, H E Ward, C W Wall

Yorks. – Captain G Christian

R Fusiliers – Captain A W Rickman

Derby – Lieutenant C G W Hobbs

R Irish – Major F I Gavin

R Dublin Fusiliers – Major W Bromilow

Northumberland Fusiliers – Major C Armstrong

W Yorks. – Captain H B Trevor

AOD – Lieutenant Colonel G J Butcher

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel R C Gunning

Border Scouts – Captains C Tabateau, H Tabateau, F McSheehy

Cape GA – Lieutenant D McCarthy

Civil Surgeons W Lee, J C Franklin

Nursing Sisters V J Lamb, M Dow.

Due Southampton 26 Sep

 

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 Sep 02 (Wednesday)

p5d The Briton left for England Sep 10, with the following on passage home:

5/R Warwick – Major J F Clyde, Captains 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, Lieutenants W Cosier, C E Adamthwaite, G B Ford, H Stoddart, P J Locke, O T Crawshay, 2/Lieutenants W A Panton, J M Milling, H Chadwick, A G Martin, C Fletcher, J M Lingen. T F Brook, Captain & Quartermaster G Rance and 671 men

11/RE – Captain W T Digby, Lieutenant R F A Hobbs and 48 men

6/RE – Major H Broke, 2/Lieutenant D Ogilvy and 52 men

4/RE – Lieutenant L C Jackson and 23 men

R Irish Fusiliers – Lieutenant F W E Johnson and 73 men

8/Hussars – Captain L C Page and 28 men

Yorkshire – Major M H Tomlin, Lieutenant G C Evans, 2/Lieutenants G P Stevens, B C D Nash- Wortham, B L Maddison, C E Moss-Blundell

Essex – 2/Lieutenants C F de Salis, A R Earle, M A P Gilman

Middlesex – 2/Lieutenant R Maclean

RGA – Captain A D Freeland

West Riding – 2/Lieutenants S F Marriner, N B Goddard, D A Fairbairn, G CB Farrel

R Dublin Fusiliers – 2/Lieutenants U C Jennings, J F Newton, J E Clarke

Somerset Light Infantry Major W P Braithwaite

3/Hussars – Captain B Granville

York & Lancs. – Captain B B Learoyd

R Fusiliers – Major S T B Lawford

RAMC – Major W H Pinches

Canadian M I – Captain J H Staple, Lieutenant J E Armstrong and 53 men

Canadian Scouts – Lieutenant F W Lerwill

Civil Surgeon R L Rose

Nursing Sisters A Jarman, A Rose-Innes

R Sussex – 20 men

Due Southampton Sep 27

 

The Avoca left for England Sep 10, with the following invalids:

RGA – Lieutenant H R Adams

Tipperary Militia Artillery – Lieutenant R M Knolles

Lincolns. – Lieutenant S L Swanzy

Worcesters. – 2/Lieutenant N C Duncan

R Sussex – 2/Lieutenant A W K Lloyd

S Lancs. – Captain H De L Walters

KRRC – Major H C Howard

Seaforth High. – Lieutenant J A Brims

R Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant M F B Dennis

APD – Captain R W Fanshawe

Lieutenants W Underwood, M H Mather

Civil Surgeons 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 – Major R Casement, Lieutenant J H S Stone and 59 men

86/RFA – Captain F Rainsford Hannay, Lieutenant E F Shewell, 2/Lieutenant W S Pillans and 52 men

87/RFA – Captain W H C Bell, Lieutenant R A McClymont and 58 men

Elect. Eng. – Major A Bain, Captains E L Leaf, H Bigge and 24 men

Essex – 2/Lieutenants H E Watkins, W C Warren, T Dallin

R Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant J Hodgins, 2/Lieutenants A J Marshall, R W Goff

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel P H Johnston, Captain J G McNaught

Celon M I – Captain R V Webster

Civil Surgeons 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 Fusiliers 16 men

Due Southampton Oct 1.

 

The Roslin Castle left for England Sep 11 with the following on passage home:

4/Durham Light Infantry – Lieutenant Colonels H M Greenwell, C W Darwin, Major J E Bush, Captains R H W Cardiff, T Hodgson, W A Fraser, H Danvern, P C Du S Leather, G A Warburton, A E M Bacon, Lieutenants C H Wilkinson, H W Glenn, W G Hoare, A B Clayton, 2/Lieutenants A J E Smith, N A G Leadbitter-Smith, J S Archer, CBF Bennett, J O F Bennett, J E Knowles, C S Garbett, E Shaw Phillips, W T Wyllie, J R Cleave, R W McGrath, Captain & Quartermaster J M Byrne and 749 men

3/ R Irish – Lieutenant E H B Thompson

3/Gordons – 2/Lieutenant R L McCall

R Munster Fusiliers – 2/Lieutenant B H Purdon

Seaforth High. – Lieutenant G W Tweedie

RA – Lieutenants L Gascoigne, A M Addison, M Crofton

2/V B Northumberland Fusiliers – CB Skinner

L N Lancs. – Lieutenant CB Wallis, 2/Lieutenants C N C Hayter, F G Kunhardt

R Innis. Fusiliers – Lieutenant C Alexander, 2/Lieutenant H A Harris

Reserve of Officers – Major C de C Ethridge, Lieutenant F Walter

12/Lancers – Captain W H Greenly, Lieutenant J J Pawson

Yorks. – Captains E C Clegg, R J T Bindley, Lieutenants R H Duff, A W B Brown, 2/Lieutenant A S Croswaite

Liverpool – Lieutenant J H S Batten

Connaught Rangers – 2/Lieutenant G F Callaghan

Cameronians – 2/Lieutenant E P Grant

Sussex Militia Artillery – Lieutenant D D Rose

Buffs. – Lieutenant E H Lynch

E Surrey – Captain RE Benson

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant W F Stirling

R Irish Rifles – Captain J D Hamilton

RAMC – Major J Will, Lieutenant & Quartermaster A Clapshaw

ASC – 2/Lieutenant A E Hogger

A P D – Major R W Graham

Bethune’s M I -- Captain C T Coke

Border Scouts – Lieutenant B Blyth

Western L Horse – Lieutenant J Clarke

Aust. Comm. Horse – Major J De B Griffiths

Civil Surgeon K Fraser

Nursing Sister R O Robertson

RHA & RFA – 24 men

Due Southampton Sep 29.

 

The Cestrian left for England Sep 12, with the following on passage home:

3/Lincoln – Lieutenant Colonel C A Swan, Captains W G Harding, G E Heneage, J G Thorold, C E F Rich, P C Wright, W V R Fane, S Massingberd, Lieutenants A K M C W Savory, R H Skinner, J Topham, G Piggot, E H Allot, 2/Lieutenants H R Milnes, W H Davis, H B Skinner, Lieutenant & Quartermaster T Hammond and 519 men

3/Essex – Lieutenant Colonel H H Stewart, Majors A J Calsworthy, J B Oreilly, R W Bayley, Captains F C Winter, G N Sheffield, J H Montagu, H M Tufnell, C M Forsbrook, J Cunningham, D M Mathew, Lieutenant H Perry-Ayscough, 2/Lieutenants J Bradstock, G M Ayscough, H W Cleve, O N Seagrave, Lieutenant & Quartermaster G S Ames and 532 men

4/R Dublin Fusiliers – Colonel E Pearse, Major M C Hackett, Captains G Downing, L Alen-Mahon, A D Lang, C J Cameron, J H Murray, R P Walsh, Lieutenants J S Robertson, C J Burke, A L P Jesson, R J Rogers, 2/Lieutenants C L H Cooper, L M Johns, C Rowley, D W Jackson, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Ward. and 524 men

U/RHA – Lieutenant Colonel H M Campbell, Lieutenants A H D West, J E Rich and 85 men

37/RFA – Captain H H Wade, Lieutenant C O C Hunt and 66 men

RAMC – Captain R C Lewis

Civil Surgeons A B Brown, T J G Wilson.

Due Southampton Oct 3.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 17 Sep 02 Nothing Noted

 

London Times, 18 Sep 02 (Thursday)

p5e The Lake Michigan left for England Sep 13 with the following on passage home:

3/GG – Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. J T Stanbyn, Majors W A L Fox-Pitt, L R Fisher-Rowe, Hon. A V F Russell, Captains G F Trotter, E H Trotter, Surgeon- Captain C W Profeit, Lieutenants G D Jeffreys, C Le D Leslie-Melville, V Vivian, D N Brooke, P H Herman-Hodge, E Seymore, 2/Lieutenants 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, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W J Cook and 1,014 men

1/CG – 2/Lieutenant A C Tritton and 39 men

IG – 24 men

SG – Lieutenant the Hon. T Cooke and 27 men

1/W Riding – Lieutenant Colonel P T Rivett-Carnak, Major F A Hayden, Captains S C Umfreville, L G Stayner, H D E Greenwood, W E M Tyndall, L A Ackworth, Lieutenants J H B Wilson, C G O Harman, E M Liddell, Captain & Quartermaster J T Seaman and 474 men

1/Yorks. – Lieutenant Colonel H Bowles, Major M H Orr, Lieutenants W B Walker, J C Morgan, C H Marsden, H W McCall, B H Leatham, M E T Gunthorpe, 2/Lieutenants S L Whatford, A F Bone, Major & Quartermaster C Organ and 354 men

1/Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant C L Scott and 66 men

RAMC – Major H T Knaggs, Lieutenant E G Ffretch and 8 men

Reverend H M Larner

Due Southampton Oct 5.

 

The Rippingham Grange left for England Sep 14, with the following on passage home:

RFA – Lieutenant Colonel F Waldron, Major L G F Gordon, Lieutenant R W Lamb and 208 men

RGA – Lieutenant W F P Groves

RE – Brevet Major A J Craven, Lieutenant H L Meyrick and 93 men

Devonshire – Captain C S Warwick, Lieutenant O J Mortimore and 150 men

W Yorkshire – Lieutenant F J Lemon, 2/Lieutenant H G Bird and 98 men

Leicester – Captain B C Dwyer, Lieutenant F Lewis and 93 men

Cameronians – Captain H E Green and 33 men

Shropshire Light Infantry – Lieutenant E P Dorien-Smith and 68 men

N Staffordshire – Lieutenants J Carnegy, A N Beauclerk, 2/Lieutenants G Strongitharme, R A Bradley, E M Steward, C A W Anderson, J M Crayie, H Etlinger and 140 men

Yorks & Lancs. – Lieutenants A H C Kearsey, E Morton and 24 men

R Munster Fusiliers – 2/Lieutenant D H Powell and 67 men

Rifle Brig. -- 2/Lieutenant M E Rayner and 134 men

R Lancs. – 2/Lieutenant E C R Kempson

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel T J R Lucas, Majors S F Freyer, H B Mathias

19/Hussars – 20 men

Liverpool – 47 men

Yorkshire Light Infantry – 14 men

KRRC – 68 men

Lancs. Fusiliers – 35 men

Cheshire – 21 men

Due Southampton Oct 10.

 

London Times, 19 Sep 02 (Friday)

p6c The Winifredian left for England Sep 13, with the following on passage home:

1/CG – Lieutenant Colonel A E Codrington, Major G Pleydell-Bouverie, Captains N R Wilkinson, L C Garratt, Hon. L D H Hamilton, Lieutenants H F Stirling, G J C Grant, A F Watts-Russell, C M King, 2/Lieutenants 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, Surgeon-Major J F Bateson, Surgeon-Captain A W Hooper and 626 men.

1/SG – Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. C Harbord, Captains R G I Bolton, G J M Bagot-Chester, W S Gosling, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenants M O Roberts, Hon. E M Massey, R G Stracey, Hon. J S Coke, W J Wickham, G C D Gordon, Captain & Quartermaster G Payne and 659 men

1/Oxford Light Infantry – Lieutenant Colonel the Hon. A E Dalzell, Major H R Davies, Captains R M Feilden, A J F Eden, S F Hammick, Lieutenants F H Stapleton, C E Forrest, J A Ballard, H L Wood, J F C Fuller, E H Kirkpatrick, 2/Lieutenants F J Scott-Murray, H C Ind, R O Logan, REU Hermon-Hodge, F F Tarver, W E E Morland, Lieutenant & Quartermaster W Ross, and 540 men

Thames Militia Sub. Miners. – Lieutenant C H Ayscough

3/Lincoln – Lieutenant F Elliott

RAMC – Lieutenant J F Martin and 7 men

Civil Surgeon C D Soutter

Due Southampton Oct 5

 

The Mohawk left Port Elizabeth for England Sep 15, with the following on passage home:

2/CG – Lieutenant Colonel Hon. A H Henniker, Major H G D Shute, Captains the Hon. E M Pakenham, Lord Newtown-Butler, C E Pereira, T E Case, H A Gell, J H C Graham, Lieutenant & Adjutant J B Campbell, Lieutenants 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/Lieutenants G H Brown, G M Paget, W A Fuller-Maitland, Captain & Quartermaster Grindel, Surgeon-Major W R Crook-Lawles, Captain E E Powell, RAMC, attached, total of 22 officers, 1 warrant officer and 791 men

2/CG M I – Captain J Ponsonby, Lieutenant H F Ward, 2/Lieutenants Hon. C M B Ponsonby, B Vandewyer, H Phillips, total 5 officers and 149 men

Civil Surgeon 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 Sep 02 (Saturday)

p10c The Doune Castle arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the 3/H Light Infantry, 17 officers and 870 men and details.

 

London Times, 22 Sep 02 (Monday)

p8b The Scot arrived Southampton Saturday with the following:

3/Northamptonshire – 20 officers and 613 men.

KOSB – 76 men

R Irish Fusiliers – 19 men

W Surrey – 33 men

Details – 74 men

 

London Times, 23 Sep 02 (Tuesday)

p8f The Sunda, from South Africa, arrived Southampton yesterday morning with the following:

3/N Staffordshire – 27 officers and 567 men, Colonel J H Monckton, commanding.

3/A & S High. – 11 officers and 352 men, Major 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, Lieutenant Colonel J E Green, commanding.

3/ A & S High. – 7 officers and 470 men, Lieutenant Colonel R W Colquhoun, commanding.

upwards 700 men

 

London Times, 24 Sep 02 (Wednesday)

p7f The Greek left for England Sep 16, with the following on passage home:

6/Worcester – Colonel E H Bearcroft, Lieutenant Colonel H E E Everard, Captains T D W Lea-Smith, C H Bailey, M H Berkeley, W E D Bell, H R Ward, CB Westmacott, C C How(attached) Lieutenants A Graham, G B Horne (Attached), R V Jellicoe (attached), F S Hawksley(attached)2/Lieutenants H J G Gilmore, G N Fitzjohn, H H Gordon Browne, E J Hewitt, C A Foster, G F S Allen, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Pearse and 591 men

3/E Yorks – Lieutenant Colonel H Walker, Majors H Haggard, H R Pease, Captains F C S Constable, A Windham, E N B Boyd, D F Wrangham, G Wellesley, A B Pembroke (attached), A C Deeman (attached), Lieutenants W D Hamilton (attached), R T C Cream (attached), H A Chichester (attached), C G Mackenzie (attached), R S McGregor (attached), 2/Lieutenants 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), Lieutenant & Quartermaster M Barry and 533 men.

RAMC – Major J Hearney

Civil Surgeon 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 Sep 17 with the following invalids:

Bedford – Captain G P Appleby

Northumberland Fusiliers – Lieutenant A L Airy

Suffolk – Lieutenant T B Skinner

R Scots – Lieutenant J M Gilliat

R Fusiliers – Lieutenant W F B Rayner, 2/Lieutenant R Howlett

RE – Lieutenant L W Neville

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel G T G Edwards, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J B Nolan

Sherwood Foresters – Major C N Watts, Lieutenant H V Rhodes

Seaforth High. – Lieutenants R Laing, J E Thornhill

Yorks. – Lieutenant J H S Westby

A & S High. – 2/Lieutenant A A L Campbell

ASC – Lieutenant A S Byng

APD – Captain C J Scott

Canadian Field Hosp. – Surgeon-Lieutenant Weatherbe

Reverend J G McLeod

Civil Veterinary Surgeon W E Schofield

Sick laying down, 8; sick convalescent, 138

Wounded convalescent, 4

With the following on passage home:

2/N Stafford – Colonel C E Bradley, Captains 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, Lieutenants J W Ley, G H Hume-Kelly, 2/Lieutenant N Mosley, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Preston and 436 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonels F Lloyd, F H M Burton, Majors W P Squire, W G Marshall, G D Pereira, Captains H K Palmer, R G E Austin, G L Bonham, Surgeon-Captain H Cooper and 15 men

2/GG – Lieutenants L V Colby, E B G Foster, 2/Lieutenants E M Colston, D C L Stephen, Captain & Quartermaster W G A Garton and 309 men

RA – Lieutenant Colonel RE Boothby, Major E M Perceval, Captain C Evans

21/RFA – Captain W B Browell, Lieutenant J R Colville and 55 men

42/RFA – Captain A Bowring, Lieutenant C E Vickery and 48 men

53/RFA – Captain H H Bond, Lieutenants C F Hawkins, H A Boyd, and 57 men

7/DG – Lieutenant Colonel W H M Lowe

11/Hussars – Captain J A Salt

Devon – Captain C C M Maynard

Conn. Rangers – Lieutenant C H B St G Whyte

Civil Veterinary Surgeons J Brown, R Henderson

Civil Surgeons 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 Sep 18 with the following on passage home:

61/RFA – Major E J Duffus, Lieutenant A J Turner and 51 men

65/RFA – Captain C S Holland, Lieutenants G W Lee, R C Keith and 55 men

3/RE – Lieutenant R G Earle and 22 men

29/RE – Lieutenants A J Savage, R L Waller and 37 men

2/Black Watch – Lieutenant A S Grant and 23 men

1/S Lancs. – 2/Lieutenant A C Wroughton and 117 men

E Surrey – Captain F W King-Church, Lieutenant L M Miller and 103 men

Leinster – Major T H Stuart, Captain B J Jones, Lieutenants R M Raynesfort, Q M Denison, R H Orpen-Palmer, F F Buller-Kearney, N P Brooke, 2/Lieutenants R Smyth, G B Scott and 65 men

E Yorks. – Captain J A Unett, Lieutenant D G Wrangham and 90 men

S Stafford – 2/Lieutenant J Strathon and 63 men

Essex – Lieutenant W A Jacomb and 54 men

KRR – Major C S Chaplen, Captains B J Majendie, H Wake, Lieutenants C A Blacklock, G Wynne-Finch, 2/Lieutenants A J Hunter, E G St Aubyn and 38 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel G W Robinson, Major A L F Bale, Captain W D Erskine, Lieutenant H F Shea, Lieutenant & Quartermaster C Bee and 128 men

AOC – Captain S A Stoyle and 28 men

7/DG – Lieutenant W F Chapple

18/Hussars – Lieutenant Colonel P Marling, Lieutenants D M King, E L Lyon, E C Jury, H A de Pentheny-O’Kelly, F W Sopper, Lieutenant & Quartermaster F A Dunkley

RA – Lieutenant Colonel C V B Kuyper

Remount Dept. – Captains I W Blunt, J A Hope-Johnstone, Lieutenant E C Moubray

SG – Major J F Erskine, Captain J A G King, Lieutenants H B Sparke, A Bodie

R Lancs. – Captain R N Dobson, Lieutenant W C T Hibbert

Dublin City Militia Artillery – Lieutenant P R Peebles

Cameronians – Lieutenant O M Torkington

Middlesex – Captain G W Haslehurst

Dorset – Lieutenant G M Herbert

Rail. Pioneer – Lieutenant W D Oswald

Civil Veterinary Surgeon E A Ellis

Civil Surgeons C E Smith, C R Boyce

2/Lincoln – 23 men

3/DG – 26 men

1/Durham Light Infantry – 30 men

ASC – 18 men

Due Southampton Oct 10.

 

Cape Times Weekly Edition, 24 Sep 02 Nothing Noted

 

London Times, 25 Sep 02 (Thursday)

p5b The Carisbrook Castle left for England Sep 17, with the following on passage home:

1/L N Lancs. – Lieutenant Colonel P Palmes, Major G A Norcott, G A Faulder, Captains 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, Lieutenants A McC Webster, L K Darcy, R T C Mace, R Howard-Vyse, W R Goodwin, G T Body, 2/Lieutenants W D Hill, L T Allason, Captain & Quartermaster H J Gill and 502 men

1/Oxford Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant R M Logan and 23 men

7/DG – Major General Sir W F Kelly, Colonel I R Jones, Majors R Cooper, J W P Peters

Imperial Yeomanry – Captain P C Mercer, Lieutenants B J F Fitzherbert, J Lewin, J P D Underwood, E C Palmer

RA – Colonels J S S Barker, C J Long, Captains E A Saunders, W F T Corrie, S R Normand, L H D Broughton, Lieutenant C R Woodruffe

Limerick City Artillery – Lieutenant H W B Wills

CG – Captain T G Matheson, Lieutenant E Longneville

Reserve of Officers – Captain C H B Meston

Yorks. – Captains E Somerville, D L Hardy

Leinster – Captain A H Bell

R Lancs. – Captain J Barker, Lieutenants F S B Johnson, J Caddy

R Warwick – Major G F Elkington, Captain T Diver

Dorset – Lieutenant O L Mathias

Bedford – Captain G M Dayrell

Yorks. Light Infantry – Major H Wells-Cole

R Irish Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel F R C Carleton

Lincoln – Captain D H F Grant

Derby – Lieutenant Colonel W R Marshall

Scottish Bord. – Lieutenants W T Wilkinson, C E Bland

R Welsh Fusiliers – Lieutenant F C A Hurt

Hants. – Lieutenant S R Jones

Norfolk – Lieutenant R W Hewitt

R Dublin Fusiliers – Lieutenant A A C Taylor

R Scots Fusiliers – Captain F de S Short

Shropshire Light Infantry – Lieutenants R L Surtees, J C Hooper

Manchester – Captain G A J Godbold, Lieutenant E E G Jerry

ASC – Lieutenant R W Sharpe

RAMC – Colonel J Magill, Lieutenant M W Falkner, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J Glennon

Border Scouts (late) – Lieutenant R Tovey-Cozens

N S W M I – Captain J E Oxley

AOD – Captain H Robinson

Jersey Light Infantry – Lieutenant CB Nicolle

Civil Veterinary Surgeons W Scott, E G Vans-Agnew

Civil Surgeon 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, Lieutenant Colonel E F Sulivan, commanding

4/Yorkshire – 24 officers and 531 men, Lieutenant Colonel B G Harrison, commanding

Details.

 

London Times, 26 Sep 02 (Friday)

p4c The Dunera left for England Sep 18 with the following on passage home:

1/Cameron High. – Lieutenant Colonel F Hacket-Thompson, Major F Souter, Captains F L Scott-Kerr, N J G Cameron, L O Graeme, W M Stewart, S Hay, Lieutenants A D Macpherson, P Muford, J M Dougall, F McE, Mitchell, 2/Lieutenants J S M Matheson, G J Ramsay, R M Dudgeon, J E Robertson, N D Shaw, Major & Quartermaster A P Yeadon and 793 men

2/L N Lancs. Major J E Pine-Coffin, Lieutenants H L Helme, A W Colley and 100 men

RA – Captain P L Holbrooke, Lieutenant H F McKenzie

C/Pontoon/RE – Lieutenant G H Addison and 43 men

31/RE – Captain A M Henniker, 2/Lieutenant H Lefroy and 29 men

R Irish Rifles – Captain G E H Barrett-Hamilton

Somerset Light Infantry – Lieutenant Colonel J W A Marshall-West

Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry – 2/Lieutenant L C Bearne

S Wales Bord. – Lieutenant W R Cedement

Yorks. Militia Artillery – Captain H A C Darley

KOSB – Captain D R Sladen

Norfolk – Captain H G L Leving

Lincoln – Lieutenants F G Spring, A B Johnson

Worcester – Colonel W D Holland, Captain R A C L Leggett, Lieutenants W B Gibbs, F G Gibson, P R Whelly

Gloucester – Lieutenants A K Ford, V A Nye

E Yorks. – 2/Lieutenant A H Wilson

S Lancs. – Lieutenant H F Cotton

Liverpool – Captain A C Lewin

RAMC – Captain A C Samman, Lieutenant A W A Irwin

Marshall’s Horse – Lieutenant G E Tyler

Driscoll’s Scouts – Lieutenant E L Matton

ISC – Captain H L Anderson

Civil Surgeon J G Parker

Nursing Sisters A M Ferguson, R Griffiths

H Light Infantry – 21 men

Horses – 3

Due Las Palmas Oct 3, Gibraltar 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 Sep 17 with 625 men of the Middlesex Regiment and details for South Africa.

 

London Times, 27 Sep 02 (Saturday)

p10a The Manchester Merchant left for England Sep 24 with the following on passage home:

27/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel T A W Boycott, Major F J Fleming, Captains C Hunt, J H Stewart, Lieutenants G Maccullum, J A Smithwick, REM Taylor, H H Covell, H E Corner, Veterinary -Lieutenant L M Verney, Lieutenant & Quartermaster L C H Muller and 305 men

28/Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenant Colonel J G Turner, Major W B James, Captains J G Dennistoun, F F Moore and 162 men

31/Imperial Yeomanry – Captain A Rose, Lieutenants H G Fisher, W Hepburn, K Rodwell, M W Gloag and 303 men

32/Imperial Yeomanry – Captain G R Crosfield, Lieutenant F T L Ditmas and 141 men

RAMC – Major W S Dowman

Civil Surgeons S F Linton, A C Parsons, A J Milne

APOC – 40 men

Due Southampton Oct 19.

 

The Lake Manitoba left Cape Town for India Sep 24 with the following :

1/R Munster Fusiliers – Lieutenant Colonel C A Kinghall, Majors P T Chute, G D Crocker, Captains J K Omeagh, A H Browne, A A MacLaughlin, C H B Jarrett, Lieutenants H S Jervis, D Wise, J C Dick, H E R R Braine, G W Geddes, 2/Lieutenants H C H O’Brien, E L H Henderson, H B T Rye, T J Kennedy, FitzG B Crosbie, G H Hill, Lieutenant & Quartermaster J O’Conner and 503 men.

12/Lrs. – Major Hon. H B Heneage, Lieutenants W M Burrell, C Fane, H R Milrain, CB Olivant, F W B Murray, C M Truman, A Gamble, Pomatum, W H King, 2/Lieutenants A B Reynolds, C E Reynard, T R Badger, R B Wood, and 514 men

10/Hrs – Captain E R A Shearman, Hon. D R A Pelham, Lieutenants Hon. F W Stanley, Hon. F W Cadogan, Lord Farnham, Hon. E B Meade, G Cole, A G Davies-Cooke, B L Lake, 2/Lieutenants F D Rose, T B Ponsonby, Lieutenant & Quartermaster R Pillinger and 361 men

1/Suffolk – Major C H C Van Straubenzee, Lieutenant F D R Seaton, and 114 men

1/Border – Captain S G W Hume, 2/Lieutenants A J Ellis, H D Maccall and 180 men

RAMC – Lieutenant Colonel H O Trevor, Captain E P Connolly and 6 men

RGA – Lieutenant C Duke

Imperial Yeomanry – Lieutenants J C Walker, C H Weathrall

Sivil Surgeon W H Grant

Due Bombay Oct 8.

 

The Newark Castle arrived Southampton yesterday with 13 officers and 771 men

 

London Times, 29 Sep 02 (Monday)

p8a The Pinemore left for England Sep 24, with the following on passage home:

2/Essex – Lieutenant Colonel F J Brown, Captains C G Lewis, W H Chawner, W H Wreford-Brown, H C S Heath, A P Churchill, Lieutenants C I Ryan, E M Gee, 2/Lieutenants R N Thompson, G J G Hanson, A Riddell, Lieutenant & Quartermaster G B Dyson and 559 men

1/R Irish Fusiliers – Majors F F Hill, W P Davidson, Captains R W Leeper, A E S Heard, R A Gray, A H C Macgregor, P Gould, Lieutenants R J Kentish, C E Kinahan, R W R Jeudwine, H C W H Wortham and 486 men

1/Division Tele. Battalion, RE – Brevet Major E G Godfrey-Faussett, Lieutenant H G Gandy and 127 men

RAMC – Captain J R McMunn, Lieutenant J Waddell

Civil Veterinary Surgeon P J L Kelland

Civil Surgeon H F Wilkin

S A Irreg. – 83 men

Due Southampton Oct 15.

 

The Briton arrived at Southampton Saturday morning at 8 o’clock

 

The Canada arrived Southampton yesterday morning.

 

The Assaye sailed Saturday afternoon from Southampton for Cape Town. She carried 53 officers and 132 men and indulgence passengers for Cape Town. 23 officers and 133 men for Bombay

 

London Times, 30 Sep 02 (Tuesday)

p8e The Aurania, from Southampton, arrived at Halifax on Sunday.

 

The Guelph arrived yesterday morning at Southampton with troops from South Africa.

 

The Lake Manitoba has left Cape Town for Bombay with R Munster Fusiliers, 10/Hussars and 12/Lancers.

 

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