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 Surname   Forename   No   Rank   Notes   Unit 
WilsonAlexander3509SergeantContinuous scout duty, Koodoesberg 7 Feb 00, Paardeberg 18 Feb 00 (wounded), Retief's Nek 23 Jul 00. Died 11 Apr 37 Edinburgh.
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Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)
WilsonE78952SergeantWounded 26 Feb 00 Ladysmith
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61st Battery, RFA
WilsonH64914Sergeant1st Brigade Divisional Ammunition Column. Defence of Ladysmith
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Royal Field Artillery
WilsonH W4157SergeantSource: DCM recipients(Princess of Wales's Own) Yorkshire Regiment
WilsonJ22442CorporalA' Pontoon Troop. Munger's Drift 5 Feb 00
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Royal Engineers
WilsonT3519Lance CorporalSource: DCM recipients(Queen's Own) Cameron Highlanders
WingF WB1081Troop Sergeant MajorLeeuwkop 10-12 Jun 01. Bar.
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South African Constabulary
WingateJ W7855SergeantRelief of Ladysmith
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(Prince Consort's Own) Rifle Brigade
WinyardE H G498PrivateServed with Langman's Hospital
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St John Ambulance Brigade
WischusenE2178PrivateSpion Kop 24 Jan 00
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(Duke of Cambridge's Own) Middlesex Regiment
WithersJoseph3250CorporalMC
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Leicestershire Regiment
WithingtonH4681Lance SergeantSource: DCM recipientsLincolnshire Regiment
WixonW M2340Staff Sergeant MajorDistinguished Conduct Medal, E.VII.R. (2340 Sq. Serjt.-Maj., 16th Lancers) surname spelt ‘Wixen'; Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 5 clasps, Relief of Kimberley, Paardeberg, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Wittebergen (2340 S.S.M., 16th Lancers) official correction to surname; King's South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (2340 S. Serjt.-Maj., 16th Lancers); Army L.S. & G.C., E.VII.R. (2340 S. Serjt.-Maj., 16th Lancers). William Matthew Wixon was born at Queenstown, Cork, and enlisted for the 16th Lancers at Dundalk on 13 February 1885, aged 19 years 4 months. His surname is spelt both ‘Wixon' and ‘Wixen' throughout his service papers and, indeed, he himself signs his name both ways, but appears finally to settle on ‘Wixon'. He was promoted to Sergeant in June 1890, and to Squadron Sergeant-Major in January 1895. He served in South Africa from January 1900 to May 1903, and again from September 1903 until November 1904. He was awarded his L.S. & G.C. Medal with £5 Gratuity in May 1904, and was attached to the Permanent Staff of the Essex Yeomanry from November 1905 until his final discharge in April 1912. DNW Apr 01 £1,600
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16th (The Queen's) Lancers
WoodA2346Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsLeicestershire Regiment
WoodA998PrivateSource: DCM recipients(Duke of Wellington's) West Riding Regiment
WoodA E1045SergeantField battery
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City Imperial Volunteers
WoodE G1971Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipients(Queen's Own) Royal West Kent Regiment
WoodF4246Lance CorporalSource: DCM recipientsLancashire Fusiliers
WoodJames6103S/Sergeant Major30 Company
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Army Service Corps
WoodS26599Sergeant MajorSource: DCM recipients10th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
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