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(2096 Records)

 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
LeonardJ7649SergeantRelief of Ladysmith
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Army Medical Corps
LeveyG4311Lance CorporalSource: DCM recipients13th Hussars
LewisA4496PrivateDistinguished Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (4496 Pte. A. Lewis, E. Kent Regt.); Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Driefontein, Transvaal (4496 Pte., E. Kent Regt.); King's South Africa, 2 clasps (4496 Pte., E. Kent Regt.) Private A. Lewis won his D.C.M. for his gallant behaviour at Bakenlaagte on 30th October 1901, when the Buffs formed part of Colonel Benson's Column. The rear-guard, which was the object of the enemy's main attack, was composed of two companies Mounted Infantry, two squadrons Scottish Horse, two guns 84th Battery, and one company 2nd Buffs, the whole under the command of Major Anley, 3rd Mounted Infantry. The guns, the company of Buffs, and 50 Mounted Infantry were posted on a ridge, some Mounted Infantry and Scottish Horse being out as a screen. The screen was ordered to close in, but at the same time it was compelled by a strong force of the enemy to retire. 'The company of the Buffs which formed the original escort, posted well to the front of the guns on the south side of the ridge, was captured by the enemy, as he rode practically into our position almost in touch with our men.' Colonel Benson had ordered up two additional companies of the Buffs to reinforce the ridge, 'but these did not succeed in reaching any positions whence their fire could effectively be brought to bear.' Colonel Benson reached the guns, and there he and Colonel Guiness fell. Only one end of the ridge, occupied by some of the Mounted Infantry, remained in our hands when darkness set in. The two guns were captured by the Boers and removed after dusk. The Buffs casualties in this action amounted to 10 killed, and 41 wounded.
Source: DCM recipients
(Buffs) East Kent Regiment
LewisG M983Lance CorporalSource: DCM recipientsCity Imperial Volunteers
LewisI3286PrivateSpion Kop 24 Jan 00
Source: DCM recipients
(Cameronians) Scottish Rifles
LewisJ2017SergeantSource: DCM recipients5th Battery, RFA
LeyS2479Colour Sergeant MajorDied of wounds 1 Feb 01 Hoopstad
Source: DCM recipients
(Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Royal Berkshire Re
LidstoneF W810SergeantBethlehem, November and December 1900. MSM.
Source: DCM recipients
Worcestershire Regiment
LilleycropE8117Battery Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients79th Battery, RFA
LillleyThomas William3435TrooperBar
Source: DCM recipients
3rd Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
LimbrickF B6232PrivateSpion Kop 24 Jan 00 (wounded)
Source: DCM recipients
King's Royal Rifle Corps
LincolnF4103Corporal3rd Battalion Mounted Infantry. Sannah's Post 31 Mar 00
Source: DCM recipients
Northumberland Fusiliers
LindfieldG J59729BQMSLS&GC Medal
Source: DCM recipients
69th Battery, RFA
LineA2511QMSSource: DCM recipientsEast Yorkshire Regiment
LinfieldC84CorporalSource: DCM recipientsNew South Wales, Bearer Company
LinsellWilliam2549S/SergeantSource: DCM recipientsArmy Ordnance Corps
LintottW T2983CorporalLake Chrissie 6 Feb 01
Source: DCM recipients
(Prince of Wales's Own) West Yorkshire Regiment
LipscombeA3996PrivateSource: DCM recipients16th (The Queen's) Lancers
LittleF W B38906Battery Sergeant Major 44th Battery
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Field Artillery
LittlejohnH3324SergeantSource: DCM recipientsDurham Light Infantry
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