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 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
HodgsonC2566SergeantSource: DCM recipientsLoyal North Lancashire Regiment
HodgsonT J4554Lance SergeantSource: DCM recipientsLoyal North Lancashire Regiment
HodgsonW C H6481Lance CorporalMagersfontein 11-12 Dec 99
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Gordon Highlanders
HoganJ3339PrivatePretoria June 1900
Source: DCM recipients
(King's) Liverpool Regiment
HoganT1261QMSSource: DCM recipientsKing's Royal Rifle Corps
HogarthA H10323TrooperSource: DCM recipients15th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
HoggJ4990PrivateSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Irish Rifles
HoldsworthA B3591Lance CorporalSpion Kop 25 Jan 00
Source: DCM recipients
1st (Royal) Dragoons
HollandH3596PrivateWounded 24 Apr 00 Wakkerstroom
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
HollandJ E4975QMSSource: DCM recipients10th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
HollandJohn Henry4855A/Sergeant MajorErmelo District 11 and 13 Dec 01. John Henry Holland was born in Birmingham and enlisted in the Cheshire Regiment in October 1894, aged 24 years, following earlier service in the Royal Canadian Militia. Posted to the 2nd Battalion, he was advanced to Corporal in February 1896, to Sergeant in August 1898 and to Colour-Sergeant in the following month, all the while being employed in the U.K. In January 1901, however, he was embarked for South Africa, where he served in the 8th Battalion, Mounted Infantry, gallant service that won him a brace of “mentions” (London Gazette 25 April and 29 July 1902 refer), the former entry citing his gallant deeds in the capture of the Boer laager in Ermelo District in December 1901, and more especially his deeds on the 13th, ‘when he captured two Boers single-handed when far ahead of his men and fired at continuously. Subsequently awarded the D.C.M. with a gratuity of £20, Holland was placed on the Army Reserve on his return to the U.K. in September 1902 and was finally discharged in October 1906. Distinguished Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (4855 A. Serjt.-Maj. J. Holland, Cheshire Regt.); Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 4 clasps, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Johannesburg (4855 Col. Sejt. J. H. Holland, Ches. Regt.); King's South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (4855 Cr. Sjt. J. H. Holland, Cheshire Regt.). DNW Jun 09 £2,800
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Cheshire Regiment
HollandW3576SergeantRelief of Ladysmith. Dow 10 Jan 00 Rondebosch
Source: DCM recipients
Devonshire Regiment
HollidayR W6203SapperElectrical Engineers Volunteers
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
HolmanRichard C1Sergeant MajorDSO
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New South Wales, A squadron NSW Mounted Rifles
HolmesJ A4737Lance SergeantMissing 24 Jan 00 Spion Kop and released. Mention for Kaffir Spruit 19 Dec 01 (died of wounds). Dow 20 Dec 01 Holland.
Source: DCM recipients
Lancashire Fusiliers
HolmesW5433PrivateSeverely wounded 28 Aug 01 Jaskraal
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
HolroydRStaff Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipientsSouth African Light Horse
HoltC W28555A/Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipientsDonegal Artillery Volunteers
HolthamErnest99298GunnerGun Hill 7 Dec 99 and Surprise Hill 10 Dec 99, Ladysmith
Source: DCM recipients
No 10 Mountain Battery, RGA
HonnorC W3583Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsNorthumberland Fusiliers
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