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CowieE1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
(Queen's Own) Cameron Highlanders
CowieE H27244Second CorporalDemise: Died of disease - enteric fever 09 Apr 1900
Place: Modder Spruit
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Royal Engineers, Pontoon Troop, A
CowieE H27244CorporalHospital 24 Mar 1900. to 9 Apr 1900. Died from enteric fever at Ladysmith 9 Apr 1900. QSA issued to Elizabeth Rous, of 3 Whitworth Rd, Plumstead, 18 Apr 1902.

QSA (3) CC TH RoL

TNA ref 160/3
Royal Engineers, Pontoon Troop, A
CowieE H 272442/CorporalDied of enteric at Ladysmith. 26 Apr 1900.
Source: Natal Field Force Casualty Roll, page 32 line 4
Royal Engineers
CowieGPrivateCGHGSM (1) Bechuanaland
Source: Roll of the CGHGSM
First City Volunteers
CowieG2859Private2nd Battalion
Demise: Died of disease - enteric fever 16 May 1900
Place: Kimberley
Source: In Memoriam by S Watt
Royal Scots Fusiliers
CowieG2859PrivateDied of disease. Kimberley, 17 May 1900
2nd Battalion.
Source: South African Field Force Casualty Roll
Royal Scots Fusiliers
CowieG74 SergeantSource: Nominal roll in WO127Marshall's Horse
CowieH ASource: QSA and KSA medal rollsFrontier Light Horse
CowieH ALate District Mounted Rifles
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Frontier Light Horse
CowieH HSource: WO100/252Imperial Military Railways
CowieH N R1st Battalion
Source: QSA and KSA medal rolls
Devonshire Regiment
CowieHenry Edward ColvinLieutenantCOWIE, HENRY EDWARD COLVIN, Lieutenant, was horn 17 December 1872, son of H G Cowie, of the Indian Finance Department, and Tiverton, Devonshire.  He was educated at Shrewsbury, and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich.  He was in the Football XI at Shrewsbury; in the Football XI at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, and in the Royal Engineers Training Battalion Association Team, 1893-94.  He entered the Army as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers 10 February 1893.  He was stationed at Chatham from 1893 to 1895, and in India from 1895 to 1900, in the Indian Public Works Department, Railway Branch; was promoted Lieutenant 10 February 1896.  He served in China, 1900, as Assistant to Field Engineer (Railways); was present at the Relief of Pekin; was mentioned in Despatches [London Gazette, 13 September 1901] (Medal with clasp).  He was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 10 December 1901]: “Henry Edward Colvin Cowie, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers.  In recognition of services during the operations in China”.  The Insignia, Warrant and Statutes were sent to the GOC Troops in China, and presented by Major General Creagh.  He was employed under the Chinese Government 10 September 1902 to 28 January 1903; was promoted Captain 1 March 1904; Major 10 February 1913; became Temporary Lieutenant Colonel 18 May 1916.  He was created a CBE in 1919.  He married, in 1903, Mary Theodora, eldest daughter of the Reverend Daniel G Thomas.
Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book)
Royal Engineers
CowieHilton Arthur1107 PrivateDistrict Mounted Rifles
Source: Nominal roll in WO127
District Mounted Rifles
CowieHugh Norman RamsayCaptainCOWIE, HUGH NORMAN RAMSAY, Captain, was born at Arrochar, 17 September 1872, son of Hugh Cowie, QC, JP. He was educated at Charterhouse and Sandhurst, and joined the Dorsetshire Regiment, 18 May 1892, becoming Lieutenant 28 August 1894. He served in the Tirah Expedition in 1897-98, being present at the actions of Chagra Kotal and Dargai, and the capture of Sampagha and Arhanga Passes. Reconnaissance of the Saran Sar and action of 16 November 1897. Operations in the Waran Valley and action of 16 November 1897. Operations in the Bara Valley 7 to 14 December 1897 (Medal with two clasps). He served in the South African War, 1899-1900; operations in Natal, 1899, including operations at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop. In the Defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7 December 1899) and action of 6 January 1900; operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29 November 1900, including actions of Belfast (26 and 27 August) and Lydenberg 5 to 8 September. He was mentioned in Despatches (Sir R H Buller, 13 September and 9 November 1900 [London Gazette, 8 February 1901]): received the Queen's Medal with three clasps, and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order [London Gazette, 19 April, 1901]: "Hugh Norman Ramsay Cowie, Captain, Dorsetshire Regiment. In recognition of services during the operations in South Africa". The Insignia, etc, were sent to the Commander-in-Chief in South Africa, and presented by the Duke of Cornwall and York 14 August 1901. He had become Captain 13 June, 1900. From 5 June, 1901 to 17 February 1904, he was Adjutant, Volunteers, and he was Adjutant, Dorsetshire Regiment from 9 September 1904 to 22 January 1905, when he went to the Staff College. He was DAQMG, Headquarters, South Africa, 20 April, 1907 to 1909; from 1909 to 1911 a Staff Captain at the War Office, and from 1912-14 Commander of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets at Sandhurst. In 1914 he was appointed Commandant of the 1st School of Instruction in France. He was created a CMG Major Cowie died on 20 May 1915, of wounds received whilst in command of the 1st Battalion of his regiment. He had married, in 1898. Victoria Alexandrina, eldest daughter of Sir Howard Elphinstone, VC KCB CMG.
Source: DSO recipients (VC and DSO Book)
Dorsetshire Regiment
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