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 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
StuartD R132QMSSource: DCM recipientsRailway Pioneer Regiment
StuartP6316SergeantSource: DCM recipients(Queen's Own) Cameron Highlanders
StuppleE H3451PrivateSource: DCM recipientsArmy Ordnance Corps
SudworthP3288SergeantSource: DCM recipients2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys)
SulivanJ3044PrivateSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Munster Fusiliers
SulivanW3074PrivateSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Munster Fusiliers
SummertonT W2847Staff Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients3rd (The King's Own) Hussars
SutherlandG W2794Staff Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients14th (The King's) Hussars
SutherlandJ25Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipientsImperial Light Horse
SutherlandJames5334SergeantGraspan 6 Jun 01 (severely wounded). Wounded 11 Feb 00 Wolvekraal.
Source: DCM recipients
Gordon Highlanders
SwabeyH3546SergeantVaal River 31 Dec 01
Source: DCM recipients
18th (Victoria Mary, Prince of Wales's Own) Hussar
SweeneyE397PrivateDied of wounds 25 May 01 Mooifontein
Source: DCM recipients
Queensland, 5th Imperial Bushmen Contingent
SweeneyT2778SergeantSource: DCM recipientsDurham Light Infantry
SweeneyW3421PrivateDistinguished Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (3421 Pte. W. Sweeney, Rl. Irish Regt.); India General Service 1895-1902, 2 clasps, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Samana 1897 (3421 Pte., Rl. Irish Regt.), copy Samana clasp and later impressed naming, suspension detached; King's South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (3421 L. Cpl., Rl. Irish Regt.); together with 1914-15 Star Trio awarded to another member of the family (6943 Sjt. W. Sweeney, R. Ir. R.). The following details are recorded in the regimental history: ‘Between March and November 1901, the section was in the south of the Free State, occupied in clearing the country and similar uncongenial duties, the monotony of which was relieved by occasional skirmishes. In one of these affairs two soldiers distinguished themselves. Private W. Sweeney found himself surrounded by four mounted Boers who, covering him with their rifles, called upon him to surrender; though they were all within fifty yards of him he refused to do so, and firing at them from the saddle succeeded in making his escape. His name was specially mentioned to the General commanding the column for his gallantry on this occasion. This man's death was a sad one; he fell down a well, 45 feet deep, at Needspan, and his body was not discovered for several days. An officer writes of him: 'he was one of the best soldiers and the cheeriest of men whom I have ever met; and his behaviour both in camp and field was excellent.' ' DNW Jul 02 £780
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Irish Regiment
SykesA5364Lance CorporalWounded 6 Nov 00 Bothaville
Source: DCM recipients
Oxfordshire Light Infantry
SymonsF158PrivateSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Munster Fusiliers
SymonsJ F1095SergeantSource: DCM recipientsDuke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
TalbotR H1279SergeantSeverely wounded 1 May 00 Jacobsrust
Source: DCM recipients
(King's) Shropshire Light Infantry
TandeyG J1309Colour SergeantSeverely wounded 5 May 00 Rooidam
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)
TarrantEdwin Victor3449Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsHampshire Regiment
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