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 Surname   Forename   Rank   Notes   Unit 
PelserJacobus Johannes AlbertusBurgerAwarded the ABO. O.V.S. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PienaarFrancois Jacobus JoubertGeneralBorn in Fauresmith in 1856, he started the Boer War and was made a prisoner. He emigrated to France for a period and then settled in Bloemfontein where he die in 1932. Boer Forces
PieterseFerdinand Lucas Johannes B.ArtilleristAwarded the LVW & ABO. CarolinaBoer Forces
PotgieterCornelius JohannesArtilleristAwarded the LVW & ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PotgieterPetrus PhilipArtilleristAwarded the ABO. PretoriaBoer Forces
PrellerGustav SchoemanLt/Adj.Awarded the DTD,LVW & ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PretoriusHenning P JLieutenant ColonelHe was born in 1844. He helped to found the Staatsartillerie. After the Jameson Raid, he was appointed a member of the body which planned the forts in Pretoria forts. He was also instrumental in pushing for the purchase of modern artillery. He died before the Boer War started in 1897.Boer Forces
PretoriusJoachim MartinusSersantAwarded the ABO. O.V.S. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PretoriusJohannes Lodewyk MajoorAwarded the DTD & ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PretoriusJohannes LudewykArtilleristAwarded the ABO. Gen. De le ReyBoer Forces
PretoriusPiet RetiefLt/Adj.Awarded the DTD & ABO. ArtillerieBoer Forces
PretoriusWillem AndriesArtilleristAwarded the ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
PrinslooAntonie MichaelGeneralHe was born in 1864 near Bloemfontein. At the outbreak of the war he joined the Bethlehem Commando. As Field Cornet, he gained the victory at Greonkop. He participated in the peace negotiations and dies in Bathlehem in 1931.Boer Forces
PrinslooMarthinusGeneralBorn in 1838, he was serving as the Commandant of the Winburg Commando in 1867. He was a man of wealth and served as an elder of the church. At the start of the Boer War, he commanded Free State commandos in Natal. In the attack on Caesar's Camp on 6 Jan 1900, he was accused of indecision. He commanded the defensive line on the Tugela after the battle of Spion Kop. When Ladysmith was relieved and Buller pushed north, Prinsloo commanded the Free State commandos at Van Reenen's Pass. Now aged 62, he was seen as too old for combat and retired to his farm. He re-engaged and operated in the Free State. On 30 July 1900 he was captured near Fouriesburg in the Brandwater Basin with over 4,000 men, 2,800 cattle, 4,000 sheep, 5,000 horses and 2 million rounds. He died in 1903. Boer Forces
QuinnDavid EdwardBurgerAwarded the LVW & ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
RademeyerR CKaptDTD, ABO Kapt R C Rademeyer). Kaptain Rademeyer was severely wounded near Klip River by a bomb that damaged his groin, left calf and his eyes. DNW Dec 91 no saleBoer Forces
RaubenheimerAntonieSersantAwarded the ABO. O.V.S. ArtillerieBoer Forces
RaubenheimerPetrus JacobusArtilleristAwarded the ABO. O.V.S. ArtillerieBoer Forces
RaubenheimerWilhelm LundLieutenantAwarded the LVW & ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
RaubenheimerWillem Jacobus S.ArtilleristAwarded the LVW & ABO. StaatsartillerieBoer Forces
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