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GregorieH GSource: QSA and KSA rollsImperial Light Infantry
GregorieHugh Gilbert LieutenantSource: Nominal roll in WO127Imperial Light Infantry
GregorieHugh Gilbert8253TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry
GregorowskiF JSource: WO100/281Humansdorp TG
GregorowskiFrank James1416TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Prince Alfred's Guard Mounted Infantry
GregorowskiHerbert Willet1417TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Prince Alfred's Guard Mounted Infantry
GregorowskiJudgeFormerly a Judge of the OFS, was in 1896 State Attorney to that Republic when invited to preside over the trial of the Reform prisoners at Pretoria, although having no status in the Transvaal. He was accordingly provisionally appointed to a seat on the Transvaal Bench. He was noted for the peculiar severity of his sentences of all except Boers, and it is asserted that he came to the trial of the Reformers with the full intent of stretching the law to its utmost against the prisoners. In summing up he stated that he held the signatories of the letter of invitation to Dr Jameson to be directly responsible for the shedding of the burghers' blood at Doornkop. Notwithstanding that the Committee had offered to guarantee with their persons that if the Govt, would allow Dr Jameson to come into Johannesburg unmolested, he would leave again peacefully as soon as possible, and setting aside the special statutes of the State, he passed the death sentence upon them under Roman Dutch law. The Judge then passed sentence on the other prisoners, the rank and file of the Reform Committee, condemning them to two years' imprisonment, to pay fines of £2,000 each, or as an alternative to suffer another year's imprisonment, and thereafter to be banished from the State for a period of three years. Mr Gregorowski resigned his judgeship to fill the post of State Attorney vacated by Dr Coster. When a law was passed (No. 1 of 1897) empowering the Govt, to exact assurances from the judges that they would respect all resolutions of the Volksraad as having the force of law and declare themselves not entitled to test the validity of a law by its agreement or conflict with the Constitution, and empowering the President to summarily dismiss the judges Mr Gregorowski emphatically stated that no honourable man could possibly sit upon the Transvaal Bench so long as that law remained upon the Statute Book. Nevertheless, on having to decide the question of costs which was referred to him in the case of Brown v. the State, he gave a judgment which practically brought the case under the operation of the obnoxious law. Furthermore, when Chief Justice Kotze was dismissed by the President under the summary powers of Law 1 of 1897, Mr Gregorowski did not find it inconsistent to accept the office of Chief Justice. Boer Forces
GregorowskiMartin Alfred30182TrooperServed 22 Feb 01 to 04 Sep 01. Discharged completion of service, Port Elizabeth
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Ashburner's Light Horse
GregorowskiMartin AlfredSource: Attestation paper in WO126Ashburner's Light Horse
GregorowskiRMember of the late Legislative Assembly, Transvaal
206 of 580 awards
GregorowskiW H938 TrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Marshall's Horse
GregorsonD24275TrooperSource: QSA Medal Rolls78th Company, 20th Btn, IY
GregorsonH2985Colour Sergeant1st Battalion
Demise: Died of wounds 14 Jan 1901
Place: Rietfontein West
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Border Regiment
GregoryWSource: QSA Medal RollsImperial Yeomanry Hospital
Gregory3970PrivatePrisoner. Blood River Poort, 17 September 1901
2nd Battalion. Released
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)
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