Having an hour or so to spare - and breaking out references - here goes:
ARMFIELD, H.W. PTE K.R.R (3712, Died of injuries, Ladysmith, 23/4/01 - Volunteer Coy).
BAILEY, E.B., Cpt, Sherwood Fors (4th Bn., SF, slightly wounded Roodeval, 7/6/00, died of injuries from accidental fall, Pt. Eliz., 15.2.01)
BLOOMFIELD, J. PTE, IY (4693, Died of disease, Marandellas, 12/6/00. 17th IY)
BOULTBEE, P.D., Cpl., I.Y. (no apparent entry in Palmer, 22486, Cpl., 22 Coy., 2 I.Y.)
BOYLE, C.W., Capt., Oxford Hrs (Lt., Killed in action, Tweefontein, 5/4/00 10th I.Y. - was the first I.Y. officer to fall in the war)
BRISTOWE, T. Pte., Paget's Hse (26039, Died of disease, Johannesburg 3.4.02. 12 I.Y.)
BROOKS, S.F., Lt., E.Surrey ( Died of disease, Newcastle 9/6/00 Enteric fever. Volunteer Coy)
EADY, G.J.H., Loch's Hse (2, LH., PoW, Jhb., 22/5/00 and released. Died of Disease, Jhb., 10/11/00)
HOLLAND, M.W., Pte., C.I.V. (1488 Pte., Killed in action, Brandfort 3/5/00 C.I.V.)
HOSKIER, F.H., Lt-Col, Mdsx Art Vol. (Killed in action, near Schoneman's farm, 23.2.00, 3rd Mx V. Art)
IRVIN, D.W., Lt., I.Y. (Died of Disease, enteric at Harrismith 19.3.02 9th I.Y.. Memorial in St. Paul's Cathedral)
LASKIE, A.D., Pte, I.Y., (13315, Killed in action, near Jacobstal, 12.12.00. 19 I.Y.)
LIPSCOMBE, A.D., Pte. I.Y. (13462, Dang. wounded, Hartbeestefontein, 16.2.01. Died of disease, 18.2. 19th I.Y.)
MORRIS, R. H., Pte, Kitchener's Scouts (Killed in action, Komfiesdoorn, 27.8.01. KFS)
ROBBINS, D.G., Lt., I.Y. (Killed in action near Standerton, 22.8.01 , 21 I.Y. Memorial in St. Paul's Cathedral)
ROSE, B.T., Cpt., Thorneycroft's M.I. (Died of disease, PMburg., 30/3/00 enteric. He did splendid service on Spion Kop).
STAPYLTON, B., Pte., Paget's Hse. (13400, severely wounded, Lichtenvburg 12.3.01. Died 13.3. 19th I.Y.)
WATNEY, J.S. Lt., I.Y. (Killed in action while leading a charge, Tweefontein, 25.12.01. 11th I.Y.)
WESTON, F.S., Pte., I.Y. (possibly 3824, Died of disease, Kroonstad. 13.8.00. 12th I.Y.)
WHITE, A.C., Pte., I.Y. (unable to locate - will dig further, later)
WOLESLEY, H.J., Pte., Imp.Lt. Hse( n/n Pte. Wolseley, Killed in action, Elandslaagte, 21.10.99. Biggins roll shows "465, Hubert Joseph, Wolseley)
WOOD-GORDON, Capt. I.Y. (probably Capt., Killed in action, Botha's farm, 20/10.00. 5th., I.Y.
WOODFORDE-FINDEN, Paget's Hse (unable to locate on first go, will search further and link shows Killed in action at Faber's Put, 30.5.00)).
YOUNG, J. Pte., I.Y. (possibly 29776, severely wounded, Elandslaagte near Klerksdorp, 25.2.02 and died of wounds. 5th I.Y.)
Well with the increasing price of metals I'm not surprised really, but, I do think it is a very sad state when people steal or damage a memorial, as I said, I wish people would leave them alone.
LinneyI wrote: Frank
Similar stealing of brass/bronze plaques (mainly WW1) occurred here a few years ago. Replacements were re-cast in resin in some cases. And remain untouched.
Mike, I am confused, when you say stolen a couple of times, was that stolen and subsequently recovered, before being stolen again, or, stolen from the original thief by yet another thief?
Frank Kelley wrote: This sort of thing annoys me, invariably, an original memorial is better, in terms of overall quality and attention to detail, I wish people would leave them alone.
I agree about original but I know of a memorial which was made out of brass and has been stolen a couple of times so they switched to cast aluminum and had it painted brass and it has not been stolen yet after 10 years..... The original brass one is inside the building it represents.....
AC White - possibly Alonzo Maynard Charles White? Need to pull his papers
Gordon Wood - the Wood you refer to is George Edward Boileau Wood, still a mystery, possibly Gordon Wood never left England
J Young - agree on that match, need to pull papers
Boultbee is Cpl 24487 22 coy IY. SAFF has his surname as Baultbee - has Palmer copied this?
Woodforde-Finden, Pte 13119 L, 52 coy IY KIA Faber's Put 30-05-1900
No confusion intended. Indeed, in one example (along the network upon which I trek home from the range), there is one WW2 memorial plaque which had indeed been stolen, replaced, stolen, replaced again - and finally replaced by a cast resin version. Happily, still there as of Saturday last.
My useful I.Y. CD does not show anything for "Baultbee, P.D.": however, it does show "24486 Cpl. Boultbee, Philip Duncan" of 22 Coy., 2 Bn., IY. (note the regimental number differs by one digit).
Palmer and SAFF both show "24487 Baultbee, P., Cpl., Died of Disease, Aliwal North, 19.2.01. 2nd I.Y."
While I willingly spend the time necessary to trawl through my sources to add whatever details I can about those Soldiers, sometimes an Ouija board might be handy. No disrespect intended to those men who fell.