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WebbA1825Lance SergeantModder River 28 Nov 99. Magerfontein 11 Dec 99
Source: DCM recipients
Coldstream Guards
WebbA1165Sapper1st Field Troop. North of Bloemfontein 13 Mar 00
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Engineers
WebbF4476SergeantLeeuwkop 1 Apr 02 (died of wounds)
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2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays)
WebbH RSergeant MajorSource: DCM recipientsRhodesia Field Force
WebbW829Colour SergeantWounded 6 Jan 00 Ladysmith
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Devonshire Regiment
WedgburyHarry Frank37857Sergeant23rd Company Western Division. Defence of Kimberley. LS&GC Medal. MSM. Died 23 Feb 49 Worcester.
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Garrison Artillery
WeirW A148CorporalDefence of Ladysmith
Source: DCM recipients
Imperial Light Horse
WelchJQMSLibertas 11 Mar 02
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Frontier Light Horse
WelchmanWilliam Ernest9826SergeantSource: DCM recipientsColdstream Guards
WeldingJohn3514PrivateSource: DCM recipients(Cameronians) Scottish Rifles
WeldonP M565CorporalSpion Kop 24 Jan 00 (killed in action)
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Imperial Light Infantry
WellmanW J22671Sergeant1st Balloon Section
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Royal Engineers
WelshJ H7000Sergeant MajorD.C.M. London Gazette 27 September 1901 (Army Order 15/02). James Henry Welsh was born in Leamington, Warwickshire and enlisted in the 10th Hussars in June 1871, aged 20 years. Having served in the East Indies 1873-75, he was advanced to Corporal in September 1878 and was re-embarked for India in the same year, and was subsequently employed with his regiment in the Second Afghan War. Welsh returned to the U.K. in May 1881, was advanced to Sergeant in the following year, and transferred to the Permanent Staff of the Queen's Own Oxfordshire Hussars in September 1884. Having then been awarded his L.S. & G.C. Medal in 1889, and gained further promotion to Troop Sergeant-Major, he was discharged in March 1893. Soon after the advent of hostilities in South Africa, Welsh - aged 47 years - attested for the Imperial Yeomanry, and was attached to the 44th Company, 12th Battalion on his arrival in South Africa in February 1900. Actively engaged in that theatre of war until returning home in August 1902, he was mentioned in despatches by Lord Roberts and awarded the D.C.M. At the time of his discharge, he was serving as a Sergeant-Major in the 29th Company, 9th Battalion. Distinguished Conduct Medal, V.R. (7000 Serjt.-Maj. J. H. Welsh, 12 Imp. Yeo.); Afghanistan 1878-80, no clasp (1331 Corpl., 10th Rl. Hussars); Queen's South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal, Wittebergen (R. S. Major, 44th Coy. 12th Impl. Yeo.), single initial ‘J.'; King's South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (7000 R. Serjt. Maj., I.Y.); Army L.S. & G.C., V.R. (1331 Sergt., 10th Hussars). DNW Dec 07 £3,200
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12th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry
WenhamEdward9283SergeantRelief of Ladysmith. MC.
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King's Royal Rifle Corps
WestC379Colour SergeantSource: DCM recipientsSouth Wales Borderers
WestonA E2697Colour SergeantBrandwater Basin 26 Aug 00. Killed in action 28 Jan 01 Abraham's Kraal
Source: DCM recipients
Royal Sussex Regiment
WestonG2383CorporalSource: DCM recipientsRoyal Sussex Regiment
WestonG H3396Colour Sergeant MajorSeverely wounded 4 Jan 02 Onverwacht. Dow 22 Jan 02.
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Hampshire Regiment
WestonR4318SergeantSource: DCM recipients(Queen's) Royal West Surrey Regiment
WestonW H12944BQMSSource: DCM recipients76th Battery, RFA
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