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GreeneT1st Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Prince of Wales's Leinster Regiment (Royal Canadia
GreeneT1st Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
GreeneT M1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA rolls
Imperial Light Horse
GreeneThomas3131Private3rd RPR
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Railway Pioneer Regiment
GreeneThomas2095TrooperServed in 1st KFS. Joined Durban 18 Mar 02 Boysens 6 Jul 02 disbandment
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Kitchener's Fighting Scouts
GreeneThomasSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsNew Zealand, 10th Contingent
GreeneThomas Peter114PrivateSource: OZ-Boer databaseQueensland, 6th Imperial Bushmen Contingent
GreeneThomas Westland9626PrivateSource: QSA Medal Rolls45th Company, 13th Btn, IY
GreeneTristram M2247Trooper1st Battalion
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Imperial Light Horse
GreeneVernon258Source: Medal rollsCanada, 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles
GreeneW HTrooperNatal 1906 (1)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Transvaal Mounted Rifles
GreeneWalter RaymondLieutenantSource: QSA Medal Rolls43rd Company, 12th Btn, IY
GreeneWilliam24006PrivateSource: QSA Medal Rolls42nd Company, 12th Btn, IY
GreeneWilliam ConynghamThe son of Richard J Greene, Barrister-at-Law, and the Hon Louisa Plunket, fourth daughter of the third Baron Plunket. He was born Oct 29, 1854, in Ireland, and educated at Harrow and Oxford where he graduated MA (1880). He entered the Foreign Office in 1877, and the Diplomatic Service in 1887; served as Secretary, to HM Legations at Athens, Stuttgart, Darmstadt, The Hague, and Brussels; as Secretary, of Legation and Charge d'Affaires at Teheran 1893-96, but it was when he was appointed Agent at Pretoria in Aug, 1896, with the rank of Charge d'Affaires in HM Diplomatic Service that he first came prominently before public attention. It will be remembered that Mr Steyn roundly accused him of 'decoying' the Transvaal Govt, into making a conditional offer of the five years' franchise. It was Sir Conyngham who told Mr Kruger that, whether he said 'suzerainty' or not, suzerainty there would have to be; but that "if the present were a bonajide endeavour to settle the political rights of our people for good and all, we should neither wish, nor have cause, for interference with the internal affairs of the Transvaal". At 5 p.m. on Oct 11, 1899, Sir W C Greene's official duties at Pretoria came to an end. He received the ultimatum of the Transvaal Government, and having asked for and received his passports left Pretoria on Oct 12 for England. For his services he was made KCB, May 24, 1900, and promoted to be an Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary in HM Diplomatic service in 1901. He married, in 1884, Lady Lily Stopford, fifth daughter of the Earl of Courtown.Unknown
GreeneWilliam John39746PrivateSource: QSA Medal RollsImperial Yeomanry
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