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GuineyT3685CorporalPrisoner. Stormberg, 10 December 1899
2nd Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Royal Irish Rifles
GuineyWSource: WO100/252Imperial Military Railways
GuineyW CSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsSouth African Constabulary
GuineyWilliam251Source: Medal rollsCanada, 2nd Canadian Mounted Rifles
GuinhellW 4846Private1st Btn. Wounded at Farquhar's Farm. 30 Oct 1899.
Source: Natal Field Force Casualty Roll, page 105 line 54
Gloucestershire Regiment
GuinhellW2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Gloucestershire Regiment
GuinlanD3rd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
GuinnF3rd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
GuinnF634TrooperQSA (1). Died of disease, Kimberley, 21 Mar 00. Also 'Gunn'.
Source: QSA medal rolls
Royal Horse Guards
GuinnaneJ2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
East Yorkshire Regiment
GuinnessC2nd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
GuinnessEBrevet Lieutenant ColonelDemise: Killed in action 30 Oct 1901
Place: Bakenlaagte
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
84th Battery, RFA
GuinnessEustaceLieutenant ColonelHe was killed in action near Brakenlaagte on October 31st 1901. He was the second son of Henry Guinness of Burton Hall, Stillorgan, Dublin, was born June 1860, and educated at Cheltenham. He entered the Royal Artillery from the Royal Military Academy in April 1879, being promoted Captain September 1887, and Major May 1897. He married Isabel, second daughter of C L Bell of Woolsington Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne, and left two sons. Lieutenant Colonel Guinness went out to South Africa from Newcastle-on-Tyne with the 84th Battery, Royal Field Artillery, and was mentioned in despatches, LG September 10th 1901, and received a brevet Lieutenant colonelcy which was antedated to November 29th 1900. He had been present at many battles and actions during the war. At Brakenlaagte his conduct was heroic, twenty-nine out of his thirty-two gunners fell around him where they stood. He was mortally wounded while endeavouring with his own hands to fire a round of case shot. Memorials to Lieutenant Colonel Guinness have been erected at Newcastle-on-Tyne, and at Stillorgan, and his name was inscribed on the Eleanor Cross War Memorial at Cheltenham College.
Source: Donner
Royal Artillery
GuinnessH W NLieutenant ColonelWar service: Sudan Expedition 1884-85 (Despatches; medal with clasp; bronze star; Brevet of Major); Boer War, 1899-1900.
Source: List of CB recipients. Various sources
Royal Irish Rifles
GuinnessJamesTrooperSource: Nominal roll in WO127Rhodesia Regiment
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