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BaileyA T157TrooperDied of disease. Pretoria, 29 January 1901
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Queensland, 3rd Mounted Infantry Contingent
BaileyA T2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Manchester Regiment
BaileyA TSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNo 4 Mountain Battery, RGA
BaileyA T157PrivateDemise: Died of disease - enteric fever 29 Jan 1901
Place: Pretoria
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Queensland, 3rd Mounted Infantry Contingent
BaileyA TSource: WO100/146No 4 Mountain Battery, RGA
BaileyA W1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Essex Regiment
BaileyA W1st Volunteer Service Company
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Bedfordshire Regiment
BaileyAbeMrA Colonial. MID LG: 16 April 1901, page: 2613. Source: Field Marshal Roberts. 2 April 1901. Re: General mentions
This page contains all the London Gazette pages for the Boer War
Unknown
BaileyAbeCaptainWas born in Cape Colony in 1864. He is the only son of T Bailey, was educated in England, and proceeded first to Barberton and then to Johannesburg in the early days where he soon acquired large mining interests. He was an active member of the Reform Committee; was tried for high treason against the Govt, of SAR; was imprisoned, and only released on payment of the generally imposed fine of £2,000. At the commencement of the Boer War he served as Intelligence Officer with Lord Roberts, and took a prominent part in the formation and organisation of Roberts' Horse and the SA Light Horse, largely contributing to the expense of their equipment, and afterwards proceeded to the front with the rank of Major as second in command with Gorringe's Flying Column, which he was also partly instrumental in raising. After the war (in Oct, 1902) he was appointed to the command of Kitchener's Fighting Scouts. Mr Bailey entered the arena of Cape Colonial politics in 1902, when he was elected unopposed in the Progressive interest for Barkly West, the only constituency which Cecil Rhodes ever represented in the Cape Legislative Assembly. He was Whip of the Progressive Party, and was re-elected at the general election in Feb, 1904, retiring in 1905 with a view to devoting himself to Transvaal politics. In the summer of 1906 he came to England to lay the views of the Transvaal Progressive party as regards the new Constitution before the British Government. He is a keen patron of all forms of sport, racing in both South Africa and England, and indulges particularly in shooting and cricket. He was elected President of the Wanderers' Club (Johannesburg) in 1902, and is a member of the MCC and many other sporting clubs. He married Caroline, elder daughter of John Paddon, who died in 1902, leaving him with two children: John Milner (godson of Lord Milner) and Cecil Marguerite Sidwell (godchild of Cecil Rhodes).Imperial Yeomanry
BaileyAbeMember of the late Legislative Assembly, Transvaal
13 of 580 awards
Unknown
BaileyAbeMajor Source: Nominal roll in WO127Gorringe's Flying Column
BaileyAdrian Reginald6853SergeantSource: QSA Medal Rolls44th Company, 12th Btn, IY
BaileyAidan30822TrooperSource: Nominal rollFrench's Scouts
BaileyAlan Cliffe30556TrooperSource: QSA Medal Rolls6th Company, 4th Btn, IY
BaileyAlbert Edward26Occupation: Bookbinder. Next of kin: Father. Address: Pimlico London .
Source: Attestation paper in WO126
Town Guard and District Mounted Troops
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