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 Surname   Forename   Rank   Notes   Unit 
MaraisGert HendrikKorporalAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MaraisPieter SarelSers/Maj.Awarded the LVW & ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
MareeDaniel BenjaminArtilleristAwarded the ABO. WinburgBoer Forces
MareeHendrik OosterwaltArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MareeMarthinus JacobusBurgerAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MaritzSaloman GerhardusGeneralHe was born in 1876. During the Boer War he fought in Natal and served under General de Wet in his raids into the Cape Colony in 1900. He was promoted to commandant. Towards the end of the war he was fighting in the north west Cape and capturing the town of Springbok in 1902. After the war he went to Madagascar and Europe, and did not return until after 1910. When the Union Defence Force was established in 1912 he was granted a commission, and stationed as District Staff Officer near Upington. He refused in 1914 to take part in the campaign against German south west Africa and, instead, started a rebellion. He joined forced with the Germans. When the Union forces under General Botha, took south west Africa, he crossed the border to Angola and later travelled to Portugal and Spain. He remained in Europe until 1923 when he returned and was tried as a rebel. He was found guilty in 1924 but was freed with the help of General Hertzog. He farmed for a while and then started his own pro-fascist movement in the 1930s. He was killed in a car accident near Pretoria. Deneys Reitz described him as "cruel and illiterate". Maritz was responsible for some of the worst atrocities against Africans during the war. Boer Forces
MaritzSamuel H.ArtilleristAwarded the ABO. Gen. P. JoubertBoer Forces
MarnutzSamuel ArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MartinRaoul BenoitBurgerAwarded the ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
MasurickDavid JacobusKorporalAwarded the ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
MatheyEugene Van DijkSersantAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MatthysenHendrik Johannes MarthinusArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
McBrideMajorCommanded the Irish Brigade with the Boer Forces in the Boer War. He married an Irish agitator, named Miss Maud Gonne, who obtained a divorce from him. Boer Forces
MeijerJames AugustBurgerAwarded the ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
MeijersHerbert JozefArtilleristAwarded the ABO. Kapt. DalwachtBoer Forces
MeiringJohannes HendricusDescended from a French refugee family who fled to Holland after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes in 1684, his direct descendant, Arnoldus Mauritius Meiring, having gone to the Cape as minister of the PR Church at Tulbagh, Cape Colony, in 1734. The subject of our sketch is the son of J W H Meiring, Mayor of Worcester, Cape Colony, where Mr J H Meiring was born Oct 22, 1849. He was educated in that town; was Headmaster of the Government School at Murraysdorp, Cape Colony, in 1872, and in 1881 went to the OFS as Secretary, to the Mining Board at Jagersfontein, when he subsequently entered the Free State Civil Service as Public Prosecutor to the Special Court for the trial of IPB cases, as well as to the Magistrates' Court. In 1886 he became Landdrost Clerk and Public Prosecutor at Harrismith, and in 1889 when the OFS entered into a Customs Union with the CO, he was appointed Collector of Customs of the State. He attended the Customs Conferences of 1896 and '98. He retained this appointment until the British occupation on March 1 3, 1900. Seven days later, however, he was reinstated by Lord Roberts, and on the military regime being superseded by Civil Government, his position as Collector of Customs for the ORC was confirmed by Lord Milner. In 1902 Mr Meiring was nominated a member of the Legislative Council for the ORC, and he took part in the Customs Conference in 1903 as Customs Adviser. From 1883 to 1894 he was JP for the respective districts in which he held office, and from the latter year has been a JP for the whole Colony. He married, Jan 30, 1872, Anna, daughter of J G de Wet, of Worcester, Cape Colony. Boer Forces
MeyerAnton MichaelBurgerAwarded the ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
MeyerCharles HendrikArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
MeyerCoenraad FrederickAsst VeldkornetDTD, ABO (Asst. V. Kornet. C.F. Meyer). Coenraad Frederick Meyer, an assistant veldkornet of Paulpietersburg was attached to the Republican forces from 20th September, 1899, when the burghers were called up, until 13th June, 1902, when all weapons were laid down. He received the D.T.D. in September 1921 for services rendered during the Boer War at Dundee, Ladysmith, Helpmekaar, Spierhoek, Talana, Louwsburg, Kambula, Utrecht, and Rooivoetpad. He was also entitled to wear the special wound ribbon (Lint Voor Verwonding Opgedaan Gedurende de AngloBoer Oorlog). Meyer died at Standerton in October, 1950, aged 79. DNW May 92 no saleBoer Forces
MeyerCornelius JohannesArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
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