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GurdenW J1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Northumberland Fusiliers
GurdonBertrand Evelyn MellishLieutenantGURDON, BERTRAND EVELYN MELLISH, Lieutenant, was born 2 September 1867, third son of Major General Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon, late ISC, and Mary, daughter of General Sandenian.  He was educated at Haileybury and Sandhurst; was gazetted Lieutenant in the Manchester Regiment 25 August 1880, and entered the Indian Army in 1887.  He was transferred to the Indian Political Department in 1889, and became Assistant to the British Agent at Gilgit in 1892.  In December 1894, he was appointed Assistant British Agent in Chitral, and served as one of the Garrison of Chitral Fort during the siege, March and April 1895.  He was mentioned in Despatches, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 10 July 1895]: "In recognition of services during the recent operations in Chitral, Bertrand Evelyn Mellish Gurdon, Lieutenant, Indian Staff Corps".  The Insignia were presented by the Queen at Osborne on Monday, 12 August 1895.  He was created a Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire in 1900.  He became Lieutenant Colonel in 1912, and retired in 1918.  He held the following appointments during his period of service in the Indian Political Department: Boundary Settlement Officer in Central India; Assistant British Agent, Gilgit; Assistant Political Agent, Chitral; Political Agent, Gilgit; Political Agent, Khyber; Political Agent, Southern States, Rajputana; Political Agent, Eastern States, Rajputana; Political Agent, Bhopawar; Political Agent, Phulkian States.  In 1916 he was selected for the appointment of Agent to the Governor-General in Rajputana, but owing to ill-health was unable to continue to serve in India, and took leave pending retirement.  He married, in 1907, Evelyn Agnes, daughter of Frederick Clarke and widow of Captain Frank Duncan, Indian Army, and they had two daughters.
Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book)
Indian Staff Corps
GurdonW J1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Northumberland Fusiliers
Gurdon-RebowMLieutenantWounded. Belmont, 23 November 1899
3rd Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Grenadier Guards
Gurdon-RebowMLieutenant3rd Battalion
Demise: Killed in action 16 Sep 1901
Place: Hanover Near Riet Siding
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Grenadier Guards
Gurdon-RebowMartinLieutenantHe was killed in a patrol engagement near Hanover Road September 16th, 1901. He was the only son of H J Gurdon-Rebow of Wyvenhoe Park, Essex, was born February 1875, and educated at Eton. He entered the Grenadier Guards from the 3rd Battalion Hampshire Regiment, being promoted Lieutenant December 1898. Lieutenant Gurdon-Rebow served in the Soudan campaign under Lord (then Sir Herbert) Kitchener in 1898, and was present at the battle of Khartoum, receiving the British medal and Khedive's medal with clasp. He went to South Africa with his regiment from Gibraltar in October 1899, joining the Kimberley Relief Force, and was present at the action at Belmont, where he was wounded. Recovering however in time, he was present at the Battle of Modder River and afterwards saw much service during the war. The day he was killed Lieutenant Gurdon-Rebow was in charge of a patrol of Grenadier Guards, and Lieutenant General Lord Kitchener in referring to his death says "I must also make allusion to the very gallant stand made on September 16th by nine men of the 3rd Battalion Grenadier Guards, under Lieutenant M Gurdon-Rebow, who found themselves attacked by some thirty to forty of the enemy near Cyferkuil, ten miles north of Riet Siding". A summons to surrender was refused by Lieutenant Gurdon-Rebow and he and one man were killed and two others dangerously wounded. The sergeant of the patrol was drowned in a gallant attempt to swim the Carolus River in order to get assistance. Lieutenant Gurdon-Rebow was mentioned in despatches for special bravery in the action in which he fell. He was buried in De Aar cemetery. A white marble cross was erected by his brother officers over his grave, which was also enclosed with a white marble curbing.
Source: Donner
Grenadier Guards
GurhamH2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
(King's Own) Yorkshire Light Infantry
GurhrieJ PSource: QSA and KSA medal rollsCape Town Highlanders
GurireJohn McSource: WO100/252Imperial Military Railways
GurkeESource: WO100/281East London DMT
GurkinE3429PrivateSlightly wounded. Greylingstad, 13 October 1901
Accidentally. 8 Ml
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
East Lancashire Regiment
GurlandI1st Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
(Princess Louise's) Sutherland and Argyll Highland
GurnerW BSource: Medal rollsCanada, Lord Strathcona's Horse
GurnettErnest C239/114Source: Medal rollsCanada, 1st Canadian Mounted Rifles
GurnettW G955TrooperSeverely wounded. Near Witnek, 11 April 1901
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Johannesburg Mounted Rifles
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