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Umzimkulu was an area in the eastern Cape. During the Boer War, it furnished a small force of men who turned out ready to defend the town if necessary.

The QSA roll is signed by Fred Hayward and notes "they were actually called out for active military duty against the enemy but they they did not actually engage the enemy whilst serving in this Corps".

See the forum posts on the Umzimkulu Reserves.

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 Surname   Forename/inits   Regimental no   Rank   Notes 
BoothWalterTrooperQSA issued off Matatiele Native Contingent roll as Lt
CarrollHerbert HCorporal
DellHerbert KTrooper
FletcherW J459Source: QSA medal roll in WO100/277
HancockJamesCorporal
HancockWilliam JTrooperQSA (3) Witt CC Tr issued off Border Horse
HaywardFred JCaptain
HerronTrooper
HulleyDanielSgtQSA issued off Matatiele Native Contingent roll
HulleyFrankTrooper
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