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BrowneG4154PrivateSeverely wounded. Cornelius River, 2 April 1902
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
3rd (The King's Own) Hussars
BrowneGTrooperNatal 1906 (1)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Transvaal Mounted Rifles
BrowneGCivilian ConductorAttached
Demise: Died of disease - heart 03 May 1902
Place: Cradock
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Army Service Corps
BrowneG BSource: Medal rollsCeylon, Ceylon Mounted Infantry
BrowneG B2nd Lieutenant2nd Battalion
Source: QSA roll
Lancashire Fusiliers
BrowneG B2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Lancashire Fusiliers
BrowneG HTrooperBSACM Rhodesia 1896 (0).
Source: BSACM rolls
British South Africa Police
BrowneG MSource: WO100/226Civil Surgeon
BrowneG W2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Royal Scots Fusiliers
BrowneG W FMasterTransport Medal, clasp: South Africa. Ship: Assaye (P&O).
Source: Transport Medal roll
Transport ships
BrowneGeorge779Attested: Sep 1902. Source: CMP5Cape Police
BrowneGeorge Charles1919TrooperSource: OZ-Boer databaseNew South Wales, 3rd Contingent NSW Mounted Rifles
BrowneGeorge DuncanPrisoner number: 11188
Captured: Roodepoort 26 Aug 1900
Sent to: Unknown
Age: 42
Address: Roodepoort
Source: Anglo Boer War Museum 2016
Boer Forces
BrowneGeorge FitzherbertCaptainBROWNE, GEORGE FITZHERBERT, Captain, was born on the 29th January 1851.  He entered the 48th Regiment 6 July 1870; became Captain, Northamptonshire Regiment in 1882.  He was DAAG and QMG, and QMG Dublin District, 1884-85, and DAAG at Headquarters, Ireland, 1885-89; went on Special Service to the West Coast of Africa, serving in the expedition against the Yonnies, 1887-88; was mentioned in Despatches, received the Medal and clasp, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 9 March 1888]: "George Fitzherbert Browne, Captain, Northamptonshire Regiment.  For operations in Burma".  He also served on the West Coast of Africa in 1892, taking part in the attack on Tambi; was wounded, and received an additional clasp.  From 1896 to 1903 he was Military Attache at Pekin (Medal).  He was created a CB in 1905, and became Major General 10 October 1906, retiring from the Service on 15 February 1913.  Major General G F Browne held the Jubilee and Coronation Medals.  He married in 1911, Harriet, widow of Captain Bankes Tomlin.
Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book)
Northamptonshire Regiment
BrowneGeorge HamiltonMajorBSACM Matabeleland 1893 (2) Rhodesia 1896 Mashonaland 1897. 1896: Maj. Umtali Vol. Corps.: 1897: Maj. Umtali Vol. Corps. Major George Hamilton-Browne was a noted soldier of fortune of the Victorian era. Frequently known as 'Maori Browne' after his adventures in the Maori wars, he served in America during the Sioux wars, throughout the Zulu wars, the campaign in Bechuanaland, and the Matabele rebellion. Not being a member of the Queen's regular forces, he was not entitled to any of the official campaign medals for his service with the exception of the British South Africa Company's Medal with two clasps, which was effectively a privately issued medal. He, however, wore a group of four medals (New Zealand, South Africa 1877-9, Bechuanaland, and the BSACM) and is shown wearing them in the frontispiece portrait photograph of one of the three books that he wrote of his adventures, all published at the turn of the 20th century (With the Lost Legion in New Zealand, etc.). This group of four medals was for many years in the collection of the late W. P. Dawson and is still held in a private collection. The medal offered here must therefore be regarded as a curiosity. BSACM Matabeleland 1893 (2) Rhodesia 1896, Mashonaland 1897 (Major G. H-Browne, Sby. Horse). DNW April 2001 £270.
Source: BSACM rolls
Salisbury Horse
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