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  • Steve Hayes
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      Subject: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Rhodesian Rebellion 1896/7 - Mashonaland Casualties
      Part 12
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      The London Gazette Issue 26954 published on the 5 April 1898. Pages 2203 to
      2208. http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/search-by-number

      N.B.-these lists refer only to Mashonaland and do not include casualties in
      Matabeleland.

      List of Casualties (White Men) During the Mashonaland Rising

      Summary of Casualties to the 31st December, 1897:-

      Accidentally Killed
      Civilians, 1; Local Forces, 3; B.S.A. Police, 2-Total, 6

      BESTER, Susarah, June 20, 1896, Van der Merwe's Farm, near Enkeldoorn, wife
      of
      Mr. Bester, accidentally shot when natives attacked the farm. EARNSHAW, Harry
      Popplewell, Trooper Umtali Rifles, October 19, 1896, Gatzi's Kraal; shot
      himself in action. GORDON, George, Lieutenant and Adjutant, Umtali Rifles,
      September 29, 1896, near Headlands; revolver accident JENKINS, Henry, Trooper
      Umtali Rifles, August 4, 1896, Umtali; revolver accident PAYNE, John William,
      Trooper B.S.A.P., accidentally shot at Mazoe, Fort Alderson, died at
      Salisbury
      Hospital, June 16, 1897. TENNANT, Robert, Hospital-Sergeant B.S.A.P., fell
      off
      a rock and killed at Hartley, July 26, 1897.

      Accidentally Wounded
      Local Forces, 2; Imperial Troops, 1-Total, 3

      CARTER, H., Private W. Riding Regiment, October 18, 1896, rifle accident,
      causing compound fracture of foot DAY, Frederick Warren, Trooper Dismounted
      Troop R, H , September 28, 1896, 3rd Mazoe Patrol; dynamite. GIBBS, Joseph,
      Trooper Mounted Troop R.H., Salisbury, September, 1896; rifle bursting.

      Wounded at Commencement of Rising
      Civilians, 8; Local Forces, 1-Total, 9

      BESTER, Barnadus, June 20 1896, Charter District, Farmer, wounded at Van der
      Merwe's Farm. BROADBENT, Edward Charles, June 20, 1896, Abercorn District,
      Prospector, on his way to Abercorn Store CAPE, F. W., June, 1896, Lomogundi
      District, Prospector, on his way to Salisbury CARTWRIGHT, Charles, Trooper
      M.M.P., June 15, 1896, Lomogundi District, wounded at Drake's Farm. KROOK,
      Otto, June, 1896, Lomogundi District, Prospector, on his way into Salisbury
      DEANE, Joseph Francis, June 19, 1896, Abercorn District, Prospector, on his
      way to Abercorn Store STOCKFELT, June, 1896, Lomogundi District, on his way
      to
      Salisbury SIROYAN, James, June 19, 1896, Abercorn District, Prospector, on
      his
      way to Abercorn Store VAN DER MERWE, Hendrick, June 20 1896, Charter
      District,
      Farmer, wounded at Van der Merwe's Farm





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    • Steve Hayes
      ... From: Gary Cannon To: Date sent: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 10:23:37 +1200 Subject:
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        From: "Gary Cannon" <grcannon@...>
        To: <south-africa@...>
        Date sent: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 10:23:37 +1200
        Subject: [SOUTH-AFRICA] Rhodesian Rebellion 1896/7 - Mashonaland Casualties
        Part 13 & last
        Send reply to: south-africa@...

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        The London Gazette Issue 26954 published on the 5 April 1898. Pages 2203 to
        2208. http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/search-by-number

        N.B.-these lists refer only to Mashonaland and do not include casualties in
        Matabeleland.

        List of Casualties (White Men) During the Mashonaland Rising

        Summary of Casualties to the 31st December, 1897:-

        Died from Other Causes
        Civilians, 2; Local Forces, 10; Imperial Troops, 1; B.S.A. Police 20-Total,
        33

        ARMSTRONG, Douglas Fyfe, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died in Salisbury, June 12, 1897,
        of fever. BEATY, John, Private, Medical Staff Corps, October 29, 1896,
        Marandella's Hospital; rheumatic fever and heart disease BEAUMONT, Samuel,
        Trooper, B.S.A.P., died on patrol near Salisbury, May 8, 1897, of fever.
        BELLENDEN, William, Corporal, B.S.A.P., died at Hartley, February 7, 1897;
        fever and dysentery. BIRKS, John Edward, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at Umtali
        May
        21, 1897, of fever BRETT, Edward, Trooper, Mount Darwin Volunteers, died in
        Salisbury of fever, June 10, 1897. BUTCHER, Harry, Trooper, Natal Troop, died
        at Hartley, February 16, 1897, of fever. CAPLEN, Henry Stanley,
        Sergeant-Major, Umtali Garrison, July 18, 1896, Umtali Hospital; fever
        DAVIDS,
        Charles, Corporal, B.S.A.P., died at Fort Chiquaqua, April 23, 1897, of
        fever.
        DUDLEY, F. C., Sergeant, Umtali Rifles, died at Headlands, March 27, 1897.
        ERSKINE, James, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died in Salisbury, July 6, 1897, of fever.
        FISH, Albert, Trooper, B.S.A.P., found dead on veld near Marandella's, August
        7, 1897 FORSTER, John Lowry, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at Hartley, March 23,
        1897, of fever. HALES, A. J., Trooper, died at Kunzi's from fever, December
        5,
        1897. HODGSON, Robert; Trooper, Natal Troop, July 14, 1896, Salisbury
        Hospital; fever HUNT, C., Trooper, Artillery Troop, R.H., November 28, 1896,
        Salisbury Hospital; fever JAY, Edgar, Corporal, B.S.A.P., died at Makowrie on
        27th December, 1897, of fever. LEE, Herman, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at
        Hartley, June 30, 1897, of fever. LIVINGSTONE, William Kinloch, Trooper,
        B.S.A.P., died at Hartley, January 12, 1897, of fever. MCCORMICK, James,
        Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at Marandella's, May 11, 1897, of fever. MCGOWAN,
        James, Trooper, Artillery Troop, R.H., November 18, 1896, Salisbury Hospital;
        fever and jaundice MACVINNIE, William, Corporal, B.S.A.P., died in Salisbury,
        July 12, 1897, of fever. MAXWELL, William, Sergeant, B.S.A.P., found dead on
        veld near Fort Gibbs. 1897. NOY, Richard, about June 18, 1896, Salisbury
        District, Miner, on his way to Salisbury; fever OVERSTALL, Frederick,
        Trooper,
        B.S.A.P., died at Hartley. February 11, 1896, of fever ROWLAND, John Robert,
        July .14, 1896, Abercorn District; exhaustion, on his way into Salisbury
        after
        being rescued SCOTT, John, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at Hartley, March 22,
        1897,
        of fever. SIMS, George, Trooper, B.S.A.P., died at Hartley, April 24, 1897,
        of
        fever. SLADE, William George, Bugler, White's Scouts, about July 7, 1896,
        Enkeldoorn Laager; dysentery VARNDELL, C. R., Sergeant, Natal Troop, died at
        Hartley, April 6, 1897, of fever. WATTS, Charles Edward, Trooper, B.S.A.P.,
        died in Salisbury, June 26, 1897, of fever. WHITE, Harry, Trooper, B.S.A.P.,
        died at Fort Chiquaqua, April 23, 1897, of fever. ZBORIL, Adolph, Volunteer,
        serving with Natal Troop, June 27, 1896, Salisbury Hospital; effects of the
        sun




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