Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Bell VC - West Australian Mounted Infantry ( 2nd Boer War )


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Name Frederick William,
BELL
Daniel,
BURGES
John Charles Campbell,
DAUNT
Gronow,
DAVIS
Rank Lieutenant Colonel T / Lieutenant-Colonel Colonel Major-General
Force West Australian Mounted Infantry Gloucestershire Regiment
comd 7th Bn, South Wales Borderes
Bengal Military Police Battalion Royal Regiment of Artillery
VC won 2nd Boer War, South Africa
16 May 1901
Jumeaux, The Balkans,
18 September 1918
Indian Mutiny,
2 October 1857
Crimea,
8 September 1855
London Gaz 4 October 1901 14 December 1918 25 February 1862 23 June 1857
Born Perth, Western Australia
3 April 1875
Central London,
1 July 1873
8 November 1832,
Autranches, Normandy, France
Clifton, Bristol,
16 May 1828
Died 28 April 1954
Bristol
24 October 1946,
Bristol
15 April 1886,
Bristol
18 October 1891,
Clifton, Bristol
Grave Canford Cemetery, Bristol Arno's Vale Crematorium, Bristol
( memorial plaque erected October 2006 )
Redland Green Parish Church Graveyard, Bristol
( image VC & GC Association )
Arno's Vale Cemetery, Bristol
( image VC & GC Association )
Location
of VC
Western Australian Museum, Perth, Australia Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum, Gloucester Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Royal Artillery Museum, Woolwich
Remarks None None None None

BRISTOL

Name Manley Angell,
JAMES
Herbert Wallace,
LE PATOUREL
Ferdinand Simeon,
LE QUESNE
Frederick George,
ROOM
Rank Brigadier Brigadier Lieutenant Colonel Acting Lance Corporal
Force 8th Bn, Gloucestershire Regiment 2nd Bn, Royal Hampshire Regiment Medical Staff
( Royal Army Medical Corps )
2nd Bn, Royal Irish Regiment
VC won France,
21 March 1918
Tebourba, Tunisia,
3 December 1942
Tartan Village, Burma,
4 May 1889
Belgium,
16 August 1917
London Gaz 28 June 1918 9 March 1943 29 October 1889 17 October 1917
Born Odiham, Hampshire,
12 July 1896
Guernsey, Channel Islands,
20 June 1916
Jersey, Channel Islands,
25 December 1863
Bristol,
31 May 1895
Died 23 September 1975,
Westbury on Trym
4 September 1979,
Chewton Mendip, Somerset
14 April 1950,
Bristol
19 January 1932,
Bristol
Grave Canford Crematorium, Bristol South Bristol Crematorium, Bedminster, Bristol Canford Cemetery, Bristol
( image courtesy Lyndon Parsons )
Greenbank Cemetery, Bristol
Location
of VC
Lord Ashcroft Gallery
Imperial War Museum, London
Royal Hampshire Regimental Museum, Winchester Jersey Museum, St Helier National Army Museum, Chelsea
Remarks DSO MC MBE None None None

BRISTOL

Name Harry Blanshard,
WOOD



Rank Lance Sergeant


Force 2nd Bn, Scots Guards


VC won France,
13 October 1918



London Gaz 14 December 1918


Born Newton upon Derwent, North Yorkshire,
21 June 1882



Died 15 August 1924,
Bristol



Grave Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol


Location
of VC
York Castle Museum


Remarks MM


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