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GibsonWilliam JamesSergeantServed 21 Dec 00 to 20 Feb 01. Discharged  
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Scottish Horse
GibsonWilliam James Sergeant1st Battalion
Source: QSA Medal Rolls
Scottish Horse
GibsonWilliam John30979SergeantSource: QSA Medal Rolls61st Company, 17th Btn, IY
GibsonWilliam John Gibson35798TrooperSource: QSA Medal Rolls49th Company, 9th Btn, IY
GibsonWilliam Macluskie24276TrooperSource: QSA Medal Rolls8th Company, 4th Btn, IY
GibsonWilliam Mann24161Lance SergeantSource: QSA Medal Rolls50th Company, 17th Btn, IY
GibsonWilliam Mitchell197Sergeant MajQSA (4)
Source: List of QSAs with the clasp Defence of Kimberley
Kimberley Light Horse
GibsonWilliam MitchellTrooperUnit: K. troop. Nationality: South African - Cape Colony. Address: Mafeking, Bechuanaland.
Source: List of Jameson raiders
Unknown
GibsonWilliam Mitchell130 TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Kimberley Horse
GibsonWm J7085GunnerQSA (4) CC OFS Tr SA01
Source: WO100/146
Elswick Artillery Volunteers
Gibson-CraigR JSecond Lieutenant3rd Battalion
Demise: Died of disease - dysentery 23 Apr 1900
Place: Noupoort
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
Gibson-CraigRobert James2nd LieutenantHe died of dysentery at Naauwpoort April 23rd, 1900. He was 17 years of age, educated at Harrow, and joined his regiment in October 1899. He volunteered for active service and proceeded with his battalion to South Africa in February 1900.
Source: Donner
Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment)
Gibson-WattJ MCaptainSeverely wounded. Elandslaagte, near Klerksdorp, 25 February 1902
3rd Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
South Wales Borderers
GibtonL W PCaptain1st Battalion
Demise: Died of disease - dysentery 19 Mar 1900
Place: Ladysmith
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
GibtonLionel William PersseCaptainHe died of dysentery March 19th, 1900, at Ladysmith. He was the only surviving son of Major William Gibton, Kingstown, Ireland, was born February 1865, and educated at Freiburg, in the Black Forest. Captain Gibton entered the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers in March 1887, from the 4th Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, being promoted Lieutenant May 1889, and Captain October 1896. In October 1899, he accompanied his battalion to South Africa, and was present at the Battle of Colenso, and all the fighting on the Tugela. In the actions of the 23rd and 24th February he was one of four officers of the Inniskillings who were untouched at the end of the two days fighting, and succeeded to the command of the battalion. He then entered Ladysmith with the Irish Brigade. His death made the 25th officer of the 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, who was rendered hor de combat during the fighting in Natal. Captain Gibton was buried in the Town cemetery at Ladysmith beside his brother officer, 2nd Lieutenant Hutton. A Celtic cross of white marble marked the place, and a railing encloses both graves. A marble headstone was also erected in his memory by his comrades of all ranks.
Source: Donner
Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers
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