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CampbellJohn41085TrumpeterSource: QSA Medal Rolls175th Company, 29th Btn, IY
CampbellJohn32626TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Rimington's Guides
CampbellJohnTrooperFrontier Wars. SAGS (1) 1879. Medal returned. KIABaker's Horse
CampbellJohn1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Scots Guards
CampbellJohnTrooperFrontier Wars. SAGS (1) 1879Baker's Horse
CampbellJohnSource: WO100/283Mafeking Railway Volunteers
CampbellJohn Source: Nominal roll in WO127Johannesburg Mounted Rifles
CampbellJohnSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNo 10 Mountain Battery, RGA
CampbellJohnCaptainSource: OZ-Boer databaseWest Australia, 6th Mounted Infantry Contingent
CampbellJohnAttested: Dec 1901. Source: CMP6Cape Police
CampbellJohn514Attested: May 1902. Source: CMP6Cape Police
CampbellJohn1265Attested: Jan 1903. Source: CMP6Cape Police
CampbellJohn1885TrooperBSACM Matabeleland 1893 (1) Rhodesia 1896. 1896: Tpr. Gifford's Horse.
Source: BSACM rolls
Bechuanaland Border Police
CampbellJohn2929Colour SergeantBSACM Rhodesia 1896 (1) Mashonaland 1897. Senior NCO of the small detachment of Royal Dublin Fusiliers that served with the Mounted Infantry in Rhodesia in 1896. This detachment comprised of two officers and 31 other ranks, under Captain A. J. Godley and later Captain A. F. Pilson. Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. H. Alderson, who commanded the Mounted Infantry of the Mashonaland Field Force, in his report to Sir Frederick Carrington, commanding the troops in Rhodesia, said: 'Of the non-commissioned officers and men I would specially bring to your notice the following:- Colour-Sergeant Campbell proved himself a valuable and reliable Colour Sergeant and did excellent work at all times.’ During the Great War he served with the 8th Battalion in Gallipoli from August 1915, and later in France. An officer said of him in 1914: 'The RSM, J. Campbell, was an old Dublin Fusilier and a typical example of the old regular NCO, quiet, impeturbable, knowing everyone and everything, exacting obedience and respect from all, without bullying, but by example and character. He had the most uncanny understanding of the feelings of the subalterns, and many's the time he has whispered a word of advice or warning about some hasty action one of us was about to take. He has never lost his Scots accent and I have often been amused at C. O.’s orderly room parade to hear him giving the advice in a stage whisper to the malefactors lined up, when the C. O. was approaching, Staund steady. Staund steady. MID London Gazette 4 September 1901 (South Africa), 23 June 1902 (South Africa), 28 January 1916 (Gallipoli), 25 May 1917 (France), and 21 December 1917 (France). MSM Army Order 27 of 1941. LS&GC Army Order 254 of October 1906. BSACM Rhodesia 1896 (2929 Cr. Sgt., 1/R. Dub. Fus.); QSA (5) Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal, Laing's Nek (2929 C. Sgt., Rl. Dublin Fus.); KSA (2) (2929 Qr. -Mr. -Serjt., Rl. Dublin Fus.); 1914-15 Star (13507 S. Mjr., R. Dub. Fus.); BWM and VM with MID oak leaf (Q. M. & Lieut.); Army LS&GC Ed VII (2929 Q. M. Serjt., Rl. Dublin Fus.); Army Meritorious Service Medal, GVI, 1st issue (Q. M. Sjt., R. D. Fus.). DNW September 2003 £4,500.
Source: BSACM rolls
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
CampbellJohn9246Source: Attestation paper in WO126Brabant's Horse
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