This plaque is on display in the regimental museum, at Carlisle Castle, but no indication of where it was originally. One of the staff said he'd try to find out where it came to the museum from, but I never heard back.
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
THE FOLLOWING MEN
OF THE 3RD BATT. BORDER REGIMENT
WHO DIED IN SOUTH AFRICA
DURING THE CAMPAIGN OF 1899-1902
T. GREEN & J. ROGERS - SERVED WITH EAST LANCASHIRE REGT. H. FITZSIMMONS - SERVED WITH WILTS. REGT. M. YOUNG & J. ROUTLEDGE - SERVED WITH BORDER REGT.
ERECTED BY OFFICERS PAST AND
PRESENT OF THE ROYAL CUMBERLAND
MILITIA, 3RD BATT. BORDER REGT.
Palmer shows as follows -
T.Green ("6230 Pte. T. Green, Died of Disease, Johannesburg, 4/2/01 1st E.Lancs")
J.Rogers (the only fit seems to be "5965 Pte. J.Rogers, Died of Disease, Bloemfontein, 14/2/01 3Rl.Lancaster.Regt")
H.Fitzsimmons ("2412 Pte. H.Fitzsimmons, Died of Disease, Pretoria, 1/12/00, Ist Border. SAFF adds "3rd Bn, MR, attached to 2 Wilts Regt")
M.Young ("1007 Pte. M.Young, Died of Disease, Mooi River, 3/2/01, 1st Border")
J.Routledge ("2382 Pte. J.Routledge, Died of Disease, Johannesburg, 20/3/01, Border Regt").