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BuchananD1031SergeantPrisoner. Mt Pisanes, 7 August 1901
Released
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Steinaecker's Horse
BuchananD2229PrivateSeverely wounded. Kaffir Kop, 23 October 1901
1st Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Imperial Light Horse
BuchananDSeamanNatal 1906 (0)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Natal Naval Corps
BuchananD1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA rolls
Imperial Light Horse
BuchananDPrivateNatal 1906 (0)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Durban Military Reserves
BuchananD 9515Private3rd Btn. Wounded at Spion Kop. 24 Jan 1900.
Source: Natal Field Force Casualty Roll, page 147 line 23
King's Royal Rifle Corps
BuchananDTrooperNatal 1906 (1)
Source: Recipients of the Natal 1906 Medal
Royston's Horse
BuchananD3rd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
King's Royal Rifle Corps
BuchananDLieutenantDemise: Killed in action 18 Feb 1900
Place: Paardeberg
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Kitchener's Horse
BuchananD T2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA rolls
Imperial Light Horse
BuchananDaleLieutenantServed 12 Oct 01 to 31 Aug 02. Resigned
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Steinaecker's Horse
BuchananDalziel Ross36898Trooper1st Battalion
Source: QSA Medal Rolls
Scottish Horse
BuchananDalziel Ross36898TrooperServed 24 Apr 02 to 07 Jul 02. Discharged Disbandt., Second Number 2495
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
Scottish Horse
BuchananDaniel3193LieutenantSource: Nominal roll in WO127Kitchener's Horse
BuchananDaniellLieutenantHe was killed in action near Paardeberg, February 18th, 1900.  Born in 1863, he was the second son of James Buchanan of Briar Hill, Campden, Gloucestershire, and Sackville, Tralee, Ireland (now of Scarborough).  When the war broke out Lieutenant Buchanan was acting as Mining Engineer at Aguas Calientes, Mexico, where he had been since 1889, and in that country was noted for his fine physique and as a daring rider and splendid shot.  He responded promptly to the call of his country, and resigning his important post went to South Africa and joined Kitchener's Horse as a trooper, but within a week was given a commission.  He took part in the advance on Jacobsdal, and was present at the action of Klip Drift and Klip Kraal and the capture of Cronje.  In the action in which he fell he was at first severely wounded, but in spite of this again stood up and fired, and as he refused to surrender was shot down.  He was one of four brothers who served throughout the war; another brother was Vicar of St Thomas's, Leeds.
Source: Donner
Kitchener's Horse
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