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Ladismith is a small town some 300km east of Cape Town.  During the Boer war, it fielded a small Town Guard of some 75 men who all received no clasp QSAs.

Medals were named to the Ladismith Town Guard and the Ladismith Reserve Town Guard, around 50 and 17 respectively.

Ladismith is frequently confused with Ladysmith.

See the forum posts on the Ladismith Town Guard

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 Surname   Forename/inits   Regimental no   Rank   Notes 
ArmstrongJ MPrivateQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
ArmstrongP GLieutenantQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
BerkmanH BPrivateQSA (0). Also served as 71 W Sqn CCF
Source: WO100/283
BirkB J JPrivateQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
BirkLPrivateQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
BoothmanAPrivateQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
BrinkJ S FPrivateQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
BroersC WLieutenantQSA (0). Also served Malmesbury Defence Corps
Source: WO100/283
CollinsJ HCorporalQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
CraffordC WCorporalQSA (0)
Source: WO100/283
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Parent Category: South African units
Category: Town Guards
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