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HalliwellH LMajorList of CMG recipients. Various sourcesQueenstown Rifle Volunteers
HamiltonThomas William O'HaraMajorHe was born in Aldershot on 24 May 1860, the son of Colonel T. Hamilton. Educated at King's School, Canterbury and Trinity College, Dublin. After qualifying as a BA and MB he entered the Army as a Surgeon, afterwards Surgeon-Captain, in February 1883 and was promoted to Surgeon-Major in February 1895. He served in the Boer War, taking part in the relief of Kimberley; operations in the Orange Free State, February-May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein and Zand River. Then in the Transvaal, May-June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill. Operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July-November 1900, including actions at Belfast, and operations in Cape Colony, including the actions at Colesberg. For his services he was mentioned in despatches (London Gazette 16 April 1901) and awarded the CMG. Promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel in February 1903, he was placed on Retired Pay in November 1911. Re-employed during the Great War, he died on 22 April 1918.
CMG, QSA (6) RoK Paar Drie Joh DH Belf (Major MB CMG RAMC), KSA (2) (Major MB CMG RAMC), 1911 Coronation (Lt Col CMG MB RAMC). DNW Dec 06 £720.
Source: List of CMG recipients. Various sources
Royal Army Medical Corps
HamleyFMajorList of CMG recipients. Various sourcesArmy Pay Department
HareF S CLieutenant ColonelList of CMG recipients. Various sourcesArmy Service Corps
HarrisDLieutenant ColonelBorn in London, July 12, 1852. He is son of Woolf and Phoebe Harris, and was educated at Coxford's College, London. He arrived in the Cape Colony in 1871, served in the Diamond Fields Horse through the Gaika-Galeka War, 1877-8 (mentioned in despatches medal and clasp); took part in the Griqua War of 1878; commanded the Field Force in the Bechuanaland Rebellion in 1896, receiving the thanks of Government, and the Colonial General Service medal and clasp. During the siege of Kimberley he commanded the Town Guard, 1899 (mentioned in despatches, medal and clasp, and CMG). Colonel Harris has also received the Volunteer Decoration, and has won several medals, cups, and team trophies for rifle shooting. He entered the Cape Parliament as a Progressive in 1897 as member for Kimberley; was last re-elected for Barkly West in Feb, 1904; is a director of De Beers Diamond Mines, and of several ether mining companies. His recreations are hunting and shooting. He married, November 12, 1873, Miss Rosa Gabriel, of Pomerania, Prussia.
Source: List of CMG recipients. Various sources
Kimberley TG
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