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AldworthWilliamLieutenant ColonelHe was killed in action, near Paardeberg, February 18th, 1900.  He was the eldest surviving son of Colonel Robert Aldworth, of County Cork, and Claremont, Dorking (formerly of the 94th Foot and North Cork Rifles), was born October 1855, and educated at Rossall and Clifton.  Lieutenant Colonel Aldworth entered the 16th Foot June 1874, being promoted Captain March 1881, Major February 1893, BrevetLieutenant Colonel May 1898, and Lieutenant Colonel to command the 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry in the following October. He was adjutant of the 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment from October 1877 to March 1881, and held an interpreter's certificate in Russian.  Lieutenant Colonel Aldworth was an enthusiastic sportsman, and a first-rate rider.  He served with the Burmese Expedition 1885-86 as ADC and Acting Military Secretary to Sir Harry Prendergast, was mentioned in despatches, and received the DSO and medal with clasp.  He was also ADC in Madras 1886-87, and served with the Isazai Expedition 1892, and with the Chitral Relief Force, under Sir Robert Low, 1895, with the 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment; including the storming of the Malakand Pass, and the engagement near Kahr, receiving the medal with clasp.  He also took part in the campaign on the North-West Frontier of India, under Sir William Lockhart, 1897-98, with the Tirah Expeditionary Force, as DAAG 2nd Brigade, and with the Khyber Force, as DAAG 1898, was present at the forcing of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, in the operations against the Chamkanis in the Bazaar Valley; being mentioned in despatches, and granted the brevet of Lieutenant Colonel and two clasps.  Lieutenant Colonel Aldworth fell near Paardeberg, while leading his battalion and calling to them "we will make the name of the Cornwalls ring in the ears of the world, boys", was struck down, but raising himself on his elbow he continued to urge his men forward, his last words being "go on men and finish it".  He is buried close to where he fell.  Major General Smith-Dorrien reported "he deeply deplored the loss of this gallant and distinguished officer".  Lieutenant Colonel Aldworth was mentioned in despatches by Field Marshall Earl Roberts, LG, February 8th, 1901, as having "rendered conspicuously valuable services". A memorial was erected in Cork Cathedral to the memory of Lieutenant Colonel Aldworth.
Source: Donner
Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
AleanderC CSource: QSA and KSA rollsNatal Police
AleckJames EdwardPrisoner number: 2585
Captured: Elandslaagte 22 Oct 1899
Sent to: Unknown
Age: 34
Address: Fordsburg
Source: Anglo Boer War Museum 2016
AlecockW3648CorporalQSA (5).
Source: QSA medal rolls
7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards
AleeHSeedieQSA (0). Medal returned
Source: QSA medal rolls
HMS Thetis
AlefordFrank22491SergeantSource: Nominal roll in WO127Commander-in-Chief's Bodyguard
AlehinG5576PrivateDied of disease. Middelburg, 20 March 1901
1st Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Leicestershire Regiment
AleickJames EdwardPrisoner number: 3569
Captured: Elandslaagte 22 Oct 1899
Sent to: St. Helena
Age: 34
Address: Fordsburg, Johannesburg
Source: Anglo Boer War Museum 2016
Aleki1237CGHGSM (1) Bechuanaland. CPD1. Native Private
Source: Roll of the CGHGSM
Cape Police
AlelheimBSource: QSA and KSA rollsDEOVR
AlemanderW ESource: QSA and KSA rollsBritish South Africa Police
AlenKSource: QSA and KSA rollsDEOVR
Alen-MahonL4th Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Royal Dublin Fusiliers
AlernE3rd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
AleroFeranceGeoghegan's Scouts
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