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We’ve just added more than 3,000 new records to our Boer War collection.
This latest update includes the following new records:
- Queen’s South Africa medal rolls for: Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers (Militia), Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps, Maritzburg Ambulance Corps, Natal Field Artillery and Natal Volunteer Hotchkiss Gun Detachment
- King’s South Africa rolls for: 9th Lancers, 12th Lancers, 10th Hussars, 11th Hussars and Imperial Yeomanry
- Talana clasp for 1st Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, Leicestershire Regiment and King’s Royal Rifle Corps
You can also now search the complete Wepener clasp roll on findmypast.co.uk
This update brings the total number of Boer records on findmypast.co.uk to 271,771.
The Boer War records can tell you key information about your military ancestors, including the unit in which they served, where they became a casualty, which war memorial they appear on and the honours and awards they received.
The records are an invaluable aid for family historians as they contain information from more than 470 sources – some very rare and others out of print – to create a single record for each participant. The records instantly show you information that would usually take many hours of painstaking research.
We’re working with Meurig Jones to bring you these fantastic records.
We have updated our Boer War collection with almost 10,000 new records.
The major inclusions in this update are:
- The complete Queen’s South Africa medal roll for the Coldstream Guards, Irish Guards, 1st battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers and Rundles Scouts
- The Wepener clasp rolls for Royal Scots, Royal Engineers, Cape Mounted Rifles, Driscoll’s Scouts and the Kaffrarian Rifles
The Boer War records can tell you vast amounts of crucial information about your military ancestors, including the unit in which they served, where they became a casualty, which war memorial they appear on and the honours and awards they received.
This update brings the total number of records on findmypast.co.uk to 269,425. The records come from more than 470 sources, some of which are extremely rare and others are out of print.
Meurig Jones provided findmypast.co.uk with these records.