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Boer War Memorial

transcribed by

John Williams

Kentonians who served in the South African War 1900 - 1902
(From plaque inside All Saints Church, Kenton, Devon)
     
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Trooper William Henry Anning 27th Co. Devon Imperial Yeomanry
Pte. Charles Wm. Avery 1st Btn. Royal Irish Fusiliers
Sgt. John Henry Beer 27th Co. Devon Imperial Yeomanry
Pvt. Frederick John Bidgood 10th Lancers
Pvt. Harry Bowden 1st Batt. Welsh Fusiliers (Wounded &
    Invalided home)
Trooper Edwin John Bricknell South African Constabulary
Driver Henry Bulley Army Service Corps
Trooper James Coombe South African Constabulary
Cpl. Thomas John Cossey 5th Dragoon Guards
Pvt. William Henry Cumes (Volunteer) Devon Regiment
Pvt. James Davey (Reservist) 2nd Batt. Devon Regiment
    (Invalided home)
Pvt. James Howard 1st Coldstream Guards
Seaman-Gunner    Henry John James Naval Brigade
Trooper Edward Leach South African Constabulary (Died of
    Enteric fever at Johannesburg 4/6/1901)
Pvt. James Melhuish (Reservist)    2nd Batt. Devon Regt. (Invalided home)
Pvt. Thomas Rose Devon Regmt. (Invalided home)
Trooper Henry James Treble South African Constabulary
Pvt. William John West 1st Devon Regiment
Pvt. George Wilkey 2nd Devon Regmt. (Invalided home)
Trooper John Wilkey South African Constabulary
Trooper John James Wood South African Constabulary
Cpl. Sydney Wood 6th Dragoon Guards (Carbineers)