Pembrokeshire Men at Natal. . , ,. ,|1899-10-25|Haverfordwest and Milford Haven Telegraph and General Weekly Reporter for the Counties of Pembroke Cardigan Carmarthen Glamorgan and the Rest of South Wales - Welsh Newspapers Online
Hide Articles List

21 articles on this Page

Haverfordwest Town Council.

Grand Concert at Milford Haven.

APPROACHING EVENTS

IDo You Know ?

INEW JUSTICE -OF THE PEACE…

----- -,--I -MILFORD HAVEN.

Dates to be Remembered at…

FOOTBALL.

ITHE WAR.

TO-DAY'S WIRES. I

I YULE'S RETREAT I

GREAT BATTLE AT GLENGOE.

:ANOTHER BRILLIANT IBRITISH…

I OFFICIAL REPORT.

DUNDEE ABANDONED.

Departure of Welsh Fusiliers.

The Sad Occurence at Pembroke…

Pembrokeshire Men at Natal.…

News
Cite
Share

Pembrokeshire Men at Natal. Of the Welshmen in Natal, PembroKesnire has tur- liished a large number, and their movements arc being anxiously watched by the members of their families iu that county. In the Natal Police Force alone are the following, among others Seigeant Esmonde White, the eldest son of Colonel Esmonds W hite, of Pictou Place Haverfordwest, who is in charge of a contingent at Iscopo; James Esmonde White, second son of Colonel White, who is m caarge at Ngutu. in Zululand Trooper 1L L-smonUo ,nte, another son of Col. White now serving with tne force at Durban Serjeant Gordon I isher, soii of Nir J. T. Fisher, Denant, Haverfordwest, who is 111 charge at ^Sicourt, Natal, and who has volun- teered for the front. Mr Charles B<nham, son of Mr Durham, Ql I?llow?y House. Havcrfordwest, stationed at?rq? .)?d /.ululand Mr Leonard Martin (formerly c. th? JLuerfordwesi-, ohinf- r? who was .?ioncd at 1'nft, i• 1hn Trans.vaa.l Border, n?.r L ungs .S?.. and v:h, 111:' U!r,?._?.t, is one of the captured p?trul J.n ?.viy.i(.? ?,, d <??.e) Edwardcs, of H,.l1k, near Haverfordwe: t, the commandant of the Pembroke- shire Artillery Militia, who is iu the district of PLtcr- maritzburg Mr Ronald George and Mr Norman George, sous of Mr Robert George, formerly of Pcmbrosc, uow of Sauudc-rsfoot, who are i11 the police force— in Pietermaritzburg, and the other ou jauty up Country Air Bowen Davies, son of Mr aud Mrs .i'?\n's, C?st!? d? u. Cardigan, who is at Ladymilh: Mr Ja?cs M?rrhant Phillips, of Portfield, Haverfordwest, who is stationed at I of Portfiold, liave"fcrdwe.,t WI-10 i- staiioD?.,(l at Pietermaritzburg. and Mr Lewis, son of Mr= L"wis, X orchard, Manorbier, who is also serving at the laA- named place. Mr Hugh Bowen, son of Mr Bowen, of Kmgswood, CastJemartin. Pembrokeshire, is also in the Natal Police.— frentt-rn Jirl, Natal Po l ice.— J7,f, THE PRISONERS OF DE JAGER'S DRIFT. It is otficially announced that the names of the six troopers of the Xatal Police, who were captured at De Jager's Drift, are:—William Mann, Samuel H. Atwood, Thomas Kenny, Oscar R. J. Askland, John S. Ferguson, and Charles C. Alexander. _It will be observed that the name of Mr Martin, late of Haverfordwest, who was reported to be one of the prisoners of De Jager's Drift is not included in this list. —ED. of 1'.1

Family Notices

INEYLAND.

I - - =LATJ ADVERTISEMENT...]