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JohnsonFrederick FrancisColonelBorn May 1, 1852, and is the youngest son of Ven. John E Johnson, DD, Archdeacon of Ferns. He was educated at Cheltenham Coll, and Dublin University, entered the Army in 1874, and served in the 69th Foot at Gibraltar. He was transferred to the 5Oth Foot in 1878, and was attached to the Commissariat and Transport Staff in 1881. Colonel Johnson served in the Egyptian Campaign in 1882 as transport officer in the Cavalry Div. (medal and clasp for Tel-el-Kebir; bronze star, 4th class Medjidieh). He was transferred to the Army Service Corps in 1889, and acted as AAG on the Headquarters Staff, South Africa, as Assistant Director of Supplies, and Transport to Sir Edward Ward from 1899-1900. In 1900 he was sent on a special mission from Paardeberg by Lord Roberts to Mr Cecil Rhodes at Kimberley (medal and three clasps, despatches, and CB); was AAG of the NE District from 1900 to 1903, when he was appointed Director of Supply and Transport to the 4th Army Corps. Since 1905 he has acted as Administrator of the Eastern command. Recreations: Cricket, football, hunting, shooting, and golf. He married Bertha, daughter of Henry Gotts, of Newhouse Park, St Albans.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
JohnsonH H Lieutenant ColonelList of CB recipients. Various sourcesRoyal Army Medical Corps
JonesEdward P Captain Naval Cadet, September 1863; Captain, January 1,1895; is serving as Captain on the Victory at Portsmouth. He was Lieutenant of the Carysfort during the Egyptian War of 1882 (Egyptian medal; Khedive's bronze star); also during the naval and military operations near Suakin in the Eastern Sudan, 1884 (Suakin clasp); highly commended by General Buller in his despatches for the manner in which he fought his guns and silenced every one of the enemy's guns that could be located at Colenso on December 15, 1899; also for the smart manner in which the heavy guns of the brigade were brought into action on Sunday, June 10, 1900, when the troops concentrated on Klip River at the junction with Gans Vlei Stream;
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Royal Navy
JonesI RColonelEntered 1866; Colonel, 1890. Staff service: Major General Guards Brigade, South Africa, April 1900. War service: Sudan Expedition 1885 (medal with clasp; bronze star); Boer War, 1899-1900; on Staff.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Karri-DavisWMajorList of CB recipients. Various sourcesImperial Light Horse
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