I am attempting to research Lieutenant J H Ward.
From Harts Army Lists 1901 he is recorded as a member of the Worcestershire Yeomanry and it indicates he was "Press Censor" from 9th May 1900.
I am trying to find out in what locality / localities he was acting as Censor during May to December 1900.
I am assuming he remained attached to his regiment - the Worcestershire Yeomanry but I do not know where they were located during this time.
I would be really grateful for any information regarding the locality of the regiment between May and December 1900.
Thanks and best wishes.
Honourable Colonels A G Lucas, Lieutenant Colonel Suffolk IY; A, Viscount Valentia, MVO, Lieutenant Colonel, Oxford IY; Lieutenant Colonel H Graham, Reserve of Officers; Captain Honourable W L Bagot, Reserve of Officers; E D Miller; G W J C, Earl of Cardigan, Wilts IY; E C S Holden, Derbyshire IY, attached Protectorate Regt; Lieutenants Honourable J H Ward, Worcester IY; R A Poore, H E Spencer, Wilts IY; U O Thynne, Wilts IY, attached Rhodesian Field Force; Sergeant Major C O Mudford, East Kent IY, attached S African Light Horse; Sergeant F Healey, 13th Battalion
Thank you for your time and effort.
His medal entitlement is a good indicator for his locality. The information from the 1905 Army list is most helpful. It would appear from this that as a Press Censor he was located at 'Head Quarters.' I am assuming that would be the HQ for the Imperial Yeomanry. as he was aide to Major Gen. John Palmer Brabazon.