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 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
UrellT1622Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards
UsherW1142PrivateSource: DCM recipients(Princess of Wales's Own) Yorkshire Regiment
VallecardeF H1176PrivateColt Gun Detachment
Source: DCM recipients
South African Light Horse
VallerA J1219Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsDorsetshire Regiment
Van de MerweNPrivateSource: DCM recipientsScott's Railway Guards
VarleyH ESergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers)
VaughanA OSergeantSource: DCM recipientsRimington's Guides
VaughanE2505Colour SergeantDistinguished Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (2505 Clr. Serjt., Leinster Regt.); Queen's South Africa, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (2505 C. Sgt., Leins. Regt.); 1914-15 Star (753 C. S. Mjr., Leins. R.); British War and Victory Medals (753 A.W.O.Cl.1., Leins. R.); Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (2505 C. Sjt., Leinster Regt.). DNW Jun 00 £1,200
Source: DCM recipients
Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadia
VennessE67639BQMS1st Ammunition Park
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Artillery
VerdonB S633Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsDorsetshire Regiment
VerekerS H P8184SergeantSource: DCM recipients9th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
VicaryW19972Colour Sergeant Major31st Company. MSM
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
ViggersW27906Corporal20 (Fortress) Company. Prisoner 4 Jun 00 Leeuwspruit and released
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
VincentC H2424SergeantSource: DCM recipientsNorfolk Regiment
VineT W706SergeantD.C.M. London Gazette 27 September 1901: Sergeant T. W. Vine, City of London Imperial Volunteers. Although Vine's D.C.M. is named to the S.A.C. it was unquestionably won whilst he was serving with the C.I.V. Thomas Walter Vine was born on 22 July 1870, and joined the Volunteers on 20 July 1887, serving in the 3rd Middlesex Volunteer Artillery. He received the Royal Humane Society's Honorary Testimonial in October 1891, ‘for having on the 18th April 1891 gone to the rescue of Gunner Sharman, who was in imminent danger of drowning at Shoeburyness, and whose life he gallantly assisted in saving.' A jeweller and watchmaker by trade, he volunteered to join the City of London Volunteers in January 1900, then aged 29, and served in South Africa with No. 1 Mounted Infantry Company. He was mentioned in despatches (London Gazette 10 September 1901) and awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal. He was discharged from the C.I.V. Mounted Infantry at Pretoria on 1 October 1900, at his own request to be employed with the South African Constabulary. He served as a Troop Sergeant-Major in the S.A.C. for the remainder of the war and later became a Head Constable. He was discharged from the S.A.C. upon its withdrawal from Swaziland in March 1907, and transferred to the Swaziland Police with whom he served until 1925. DCM. QSA (3) CC Paar Joh, KSA (2). Shirley Medals Dec 04 £4,200. DNW Mar 08 £2,900
Source: DCM recipients
City Imperial Volunteers
VyceAlfred Walker43391SergeantDied 3 Jan 45 Lancing
Source: DCM recipients
Londonderry Artillery Volunteers
VyeW40SergeantSource: DCM recipientsCape Garrison Artillery
WadeH B407PrivateSource: DCM recipientsNew Zealand, 2nd Contingent
WadeJ2763Colour SergeantWounded and prisoner 11 Jul 00 Zilikat's Nek and released
Source: DCM recipients
Lincolnshire Regiment
WadeW J1947SergeantRelief of Ladysmith. Prisoner 15 Dec 99 Colenso and released
Source: DCM recipients
Devonshire Regiment
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