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DelapLieutenantMID LG: 16 March 1900, page: 1787. Source: Lieutenant General Methuen. 15 February 1900. Re: Magersfontein
This page contains all the London Gazette pages for the Boer War
Royal Army Medical Corps
DelapG GLieutenantMID LG: 10 September 1901, page: 5957. Source: Field Marshal Roberts. 4 September 1901. Re: General mentions
This page contains all the London Gazette pages for the Boer War
Royal Army Medical Corps
DelapGeorge GoslettLieutenantDELAP, GEORGE GOSLETT, Lieutenant, was born at Dungrow Rectory, County Donegal, 13 April, 1873, son of  Canon Alexander Delap of Valencia Island, County Kerry, and Mrs Delap.  He was educated at Rathmines School, and at the Royal College of Surgeons Dublin (LRCPI, LRCSI), and entered the Army as a Lieutenant in the Royal Army Medical Corps 27 July 1899.  He served in South Africa from 1899 to 1902, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order for attending wounded under fire at the Battle of Magersfontein [London Gazette, 27 September 1901]: "George Goslett Delap Lieutenant, Royal Army Medical Corps.  In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa".  He was mentioned in Despatches by Lord Methuen after Magersfontein and by Lord Roberts after Paardeberg, also serving in the actions at Karee Siding, Vet and Zand Rivers; operations in the Transvaal, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill, and later in the action at Reit Vie, and operations in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony.  He received the Queen's Medal with four clasps - for the Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Johannesburg and Diamond Hill - and the King's Medal with two clasps.  He became Captain 27 July 1902, and was Assistant Instructor at the RAMC School of Instruction, June 1908 to June 1912, obtaining his Majority 27 April 1914.  Major Delap commanded the New Army Training Centre, Llandrindod Wells, 9 December 1914 to 9 October 1915 and became Lieutenant Colonel 1 May 1915.  He served in the European War for three months at Salonika as DADMS and DDMS, L of C, 11 November 1915 to 8 January 1916; with Travelling War Office Board, in command, to 17 April 1916; mobilized with the 33rd General Hospital; arrive at Basra, Mesopotamia, 11 June, 1916; in command of 33rd General Hospital till 30 April 1917; appointed ADMS, Cavalry Division in Mesopotamia, 29 April, 1917 (to 7 April, 1918); Temporary Colonel 13 May 1917 to 7 April 1918; ADMS, L of C, Mesopotamia, from 27 August 1918: He had the Royal Humane Society's Bronze Medal for saving life.  He married, in 1912, Mary Dorothy, youngest daughter of Surgeon General W J Fawcett, CB, AMS, and they had a son, Peter, born 11 May 1913, and a daughter, Kathleen Mary.
Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book)
Royal Army Medical Corps
DelaportCorporalSeverely wounded. Location unknown, 28 September 1900
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Rimington's Guides
DeLaporteDavey James245TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Rhodesia Regiment
DelaporteRichardSMSource: Nominal roll in WO127Rimington's Guides
DelapuntESource: QSA and KSA medal rollsCape Town Highlanders
DelaraGSource: Medal rollsDorsetshire Regiment
DelargyPatrick40982PrivateSource: QSA Medal Rolls175th Company, 29th Btn, IY
DelarocheC MVolunteer from France serving with the Boer forces
Source: Anglo Boer War Museum database, August 2016
French volunteers
DelatourC ASource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNew Zealand, 7th Contingent
DelaugeJ GA Troop
Source: WO100/247
Farmer's Guard (Burgher Police)
DelaunayLSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNew Zealand, 7th Contingent
DelauseWilliam CaadbusSource: WO100/285Somerset East DMT
DelaveyT2nd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadia
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