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 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
NevilleC C4634Lance CorporalBrandwater Basin 26 Aug 00
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Sussex Regiment
NewhamJ22123QMSA' Pontoon Troop. Munger's Drift 5 Feb 00
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
NewlandV MCorporalSource: DCM recipientsSouth Australia, 1st Mounted Rifles Contingent
NewlandWilliam EdwardSergeant MajorSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Army Medical Corps
NewtonE F4824PrivateDefence of Ladysmith
Source: DCM recipients
Manchester Regiment
NewtonJ HTrooperDistinguished Conduct Medal, V.R. (Tpr. J. H. Newton, Corps of Guides); Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 8 clasps, Belmont, Modder River, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Wittebergen (Serjt., Damant's Horse); Natal 1906, 1 clasp, 1906 (S.S.M., Royston's Horse). M.I.D. Lord Roberts' despatch dated 2 April 1901. 20 May 1900, Trooper Newton rendered good service in collecting information and guiding a patrol along the Valsch River. 22 May 1900, taking part in a reconnaissance to Rhenoster River Bridge and bringing back report.' (Ref WO/126). J. H. Newton enrolled into Rimington's Corps of Guides on 13 October 1899. Raised at the outbreak of the war by Major M. F. Rimington, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, it was not a large unit, numbering about 150 at the outset. The Guides were distinguished in many of the early actions of the war. Sir Archibald Hunter said of them, ‘Major Rimington has gathered a body of men whose virtues are like his own. They can ride, see, fight, and shoot straight. They are in the forefront where there is danger. They have never disappointed me, let alone failed me.' When Rimington left the Guides to take another command, the unit was resuscitated under another of their leaders, Major Damant. Although the corps was still called officially Rimington's Guides, it eventually became Damant's Horse. Newton left the Guides in August 1900 when he transferred to the Intelligence Department. DNW Sep 02 £2,100
Source: DCM recipients
Corps of Guides
NewtonR2012Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsKing's Own Scottish Borderers
NichollI F8325Sergeant19th (Montgomery) Company
Source: DCM recipients
9th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
NichollRobert Alexander267942 Corporal20 Company. Employed Cape Railway Pioneer Regt. MC.
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
NichollsA4349Private7th Battalion Mounted Infantry. Knapdaar 25 Dec 01
Source: DCM recipients
Norfolk Regiment
NicholsonJ2123Colour SergeantBrandwater Basin 26 Aug 00
Source: DCM recipients
(Queen's Own) Cameron Highlanders
NilandT HPrivateWinburg 26 Aug 00
Source: DCM recipients
Queenstown Rifle Volunteers
NixonE G42057Colour Sergeant Major 6th Company Eastern Division
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Garrison Artillery
NobleA3042Colour SergeantVaal Krantz 5-6 Feb 00. Bar '31st JULY 1915'
Source: DCM recipients
Durham Light Infantry
NolanPatrick85588GunnerSannah's Post 31 Mar 00
Source: DCM recipients
Q Battery, RHA
NorrissA2861Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipients(Queen's) Royal West Surrey Regiment
NortheastAlbert Harry421CorporalLS&GC Medal. MSM.
Source: DCM recipients
Military Mounted Police
NortonW H555Lance CorporalRelief of Ladysmith
Source: DCM recipients
Imperial Light Horse
NugentAlbert22094DriverColenso 15 Dec 99 (killed in action). Photograph in The Spear for 7 Feb 00
Source: DCM recipients
7th Battery, RFA
NunnJ65438S/SergeantDefence of Ladysmith (wounded 6 Jan 00)
Source: DCM recipients
21st Battery, RFA
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