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ConnorF2nd Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Cheshire Regiment
ConnorF4335PrivateQSA (5).
Source: QSA medal rolls
10th (The Prince of Wales's Own Royal) Hussars
ConnorF4239PrivateQSA (2).
Source: QSA medal rolls
13th Hussars
ConnorF H BCapt & Adj1st Battalion
Source: QSA roll
(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
ConnorF H BCaptain and Adjutant2nd Battalion
Demise: Died of wounds 20-10-1899
Place: Dundee, Talana + Swedish Mis
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
ConnorF H BCaptain 1st Btn. Died of wounds at Glencoe. 30 Oct 1899.
Source: Natal Field Force Casualty Roll, page 177 line 12
(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
ConnorFrederick HenryCaptainHe died of wounds received in action at the battle of Talana Hill, October 20th, 1899. He was the son of Lieutenant Colonel Connor, was born May 1862, and educated at Cheltenham College and Wellington (where he was in the Combermere and Lynedoch). He joined the Devonshire Regiment from the Militia May 1884, being transferred to the Royal Irish Fusiliers in October of the same year, and was promoted Captain August 1891. He served in the Waziristan Expedition under Sir William Lockhart in August 1895, as Transport Officer. He was adjutant from September 16th, 1899, of his battalion, which landed at Durban on October 12th, 1899. He fell while rushing forward and leading some of his men. They had been lining a wall parallel to the main position on Talana Hill. Sir A Conan Doyle thus describes it "The air was so full of bullets that it seemed impossible to live on the other side of this shelter. Out of the huddled line of crouching men an officer sprang, shouting, and a score of soldiers vaulted over the wall, and followed at his heels. It was Captain Connor, of the Irish Fusiliers, but his personal magnetism carried up with him some of the Rifles, as well as the men of his own command. He and half of his little forlorn hope were struck down, he, alas, to die the same night". Captain Connor is buried at Dundee, and a cross has been erected to his memory by his brother officers. His name was inscribed on the Eleanor Cross War Memorial at Cheltenham College. (See Lieutenant Colonel Gunning)
Source: Donner
(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
ConnorFrederick HenryCaptainQSA (1) QSA known to exist
Source: List of QSAs with the clasp Talana from the Talana book
(Princess Victoria's) Royal Irish Fusiliers
ConnorG33472nd Battalion
Source: QSA medal roll in WO100/185
East Surrey Regiment
ConnorG1st Battalion
Source: Medal rolls
Royal Munster Fusiliers
ConnorG 556Private1st Btn. Killed at Geluk. 23 Aug 1900.
Source: Natal Field Force Casualty Roll, page 52 line 27
(King's) Liverpool Regiment
ConnorG2nd Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
East Surrey Regiment
ConnorG2698PrivateSeverely wounded. Welgevonden, 19 December 1900
1st Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
York and Lancaster Regiment
ConnorG4267SergeantSlightly wounded. Onderste Poort, 18 August 1900
1st Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Royal Munster Fusiliers
ConnorG5720PrivateWounded. Driefontein, 10 March 1900
1st Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Essex Regiment
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