ABO (Burger N.J.S. Viljoen)
Slight rim damage at 7 o’clock
Nicolaas Viljoen, a farmer from the Victoria West District, joined the Rebel Boer Forces late in 1900. He served under Commandant Smith, who in turn answered to General Wynand Malan and specifically mentioned on his Vorm “B” that he saw action in the Uitspanfontein skirmish.
He laid down arms in Hope Town on 7 June 1902, surrendering 1 horse, 1 mule, a saddle and a bridle.