Is anyone able to access this as it relates to my Great Great Grandfather. I would like especially to see what it says about nationality.
In my experience with FWR's Anglo-Boer War records, whatever it says for Nationality will be a huge uneducated guess, and given that no papers survive for this man I cannot see how they would know his nationality in the first place. It is a silly piece of information they offer as nationality is subjective, especially with folk born in Ireland pre-1922 (independence) - are they Irish or British? A prickly question even today.
The fact his name is on a war memorial in Cork just means he has an association there - lived, married a Cork lady or perhaps his favourite Aunt who lived in Cork persuaded the authorities to put his name on the memorial.
I don't know what you know about him but he had a widow Annie who received monies owed to him by the War Office - see Soldier's Effects on Ancestry.
Thanks for that. Yes, Alfred Morris married an Annie Hurley. Good to know she got what was owed. Annie was born in Cork, as per the 1901 census and they were living together as far back as 1893 and perhaps sooner in Barracks accommodation near Victoria Barracks, now Collins Barracks Cork. Interestingly he names his unit as the 85th regiment which I believe later formed part of the KSLI.