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Names of officers and numbers of men sent out to South Africa by the Volunteer Battalions of the Royal Sussex Regiment.

1st Volunteer Battalion:--     

Capt. S. W. G. Tamplin  (1st Active Service Coy.),     

Lieut. W. H. Findlay    (2nd Active Service Coy.),     

Lieut. J. G. Cockburn   (2nd Active Service Coy.),     

Lieut. T. O. B. Ruthven (3rd Active Service Coy.),      

and 105 N.C.O.'s and men in all.

2nd Volunteer Battalion:--     

Capt. and Hon. Maj. Sir W. G. Barttelot (1st Active Service Coy.),

Lieut. B. J. D'Olier    (1st Active Service Coy.),     

Capt. S. W. P. Beale    (2nd Active Service Coy.),

and 81 N.C.O.'s and men in all.

[N.B.--Col. the Duke of Norfolk, E.M., K.G., served in South Africa with the Sussex Imperial Yeomanry; Capt. Lord Zouche served with the Rough Riders; Surgeon-Capt. G. Black served with the R.A.M. Corps].

1st Cinque Ports:--     

Lieut. A. F. A. Howe    (1st Active Service Coy.),

and 128 N.C.O.'s and men in all.

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