29th (Denbighshire Hussars) Coy, 9th Btn, Imperial Yeomanry
Lieutenant John Wilfred BROADBENT
Died in action, 24th November 1901, at Gelegenfontein. Born Latchford, Cheshire, England. Son of Charles & Constance Broadbent.

3677 Farrier Sergeant R BAGLEY
Died at Springfontein, on the 4th of January 1902.

26688 Sergeant H B HEARD
Died at Aliwal, 19th July 1901.

33917 Farrier Sergeant J LOWE
Died at Little Vaalbank, 22nd May 1902.

3683 Sergeant Edward Cornelius Tutton SALVIDGE
Died of wounds at Hammonia, 29th December 1900.
Son of Archibald & Maria Salvidge, of the Queen's Hotel, Conway Street, Birkenhead, Cheshire, England.

32056 Corporal J EDWARDS
Died at Springfontein, on the 8th of January 1902

1466 Lance Corporal T DICKEN
Died at Springfontein, on the 20th of July 1901.

3625 Lance Corporal Owen ROBERTS
Killed at Abrahamskraal, 13th November 1900.

3708 Shoeing Smith J GRIFFITH
Died of wounds at Quaggalaagte, 27th November 1900.

34752 Private D P CONWAY
Died at Harrismith, 14th March 1902.

3614 Private George Charles GOODWIN
Died of disease at Jagersfontein Drift, 27 July 1900.

20625 Private W GOSTAGE
Died of wounds at Leeuwfontein, 29th December 1901.

3629 Private H M NIGHTINGALE
Killed in action at Taaibosh, 19th February 1901.

20630 Private L PERKINS
Died at Elandsfontein, 11th May 1902.

3669 Private J SAMPSON
Died of wounds at Taaibosch, 19th February 1901.

34703 Private J A SNELL
Died at Springfontein, 14th November 1901.

26685 Private G WILLIAMS
Died of wounds at Fauresmith, 25th December 1901.

Lieutenant C.E. Ayton
29th (Denbighshire Hussars) Company, 9th Btn, Imperial Yeomanry.
Taken at Jagersfontein, South Africa, 1900.

James Lloyd Evans
Denbighshire Hussars
29th Coy, 9th Btn Imperial Yeomanry

He was born on 17th March 1879 at Compton House, Trelwney Square, Flint. His parents were James Bowen and Sarah Elizabeth Evans. James had been a professional soldier before WW1 and had fought in the Boer War with the Denbighshire Hussars with whom he served for 8 years. He emigrated to Canada in 1903 and he served in the 12th Manitoba Dragoons for 7 years. He returned to Wales for his marriage in 1904 and married a Mold girl, Edith Eleanor Price in 1904 at the Bailey Hill Chapel in Mold. They settled in Mineota, Manitoba Canada. When he enlisted for the first World War in December 1914, he stated that he was a hardware and lumber merchant. The couple had three children Frank Lloyd b 1906, Gwladys Eleanor b 1909 and James Eric b 1914.

22345 Pte. W D HUGHES
29th (Denbighshire Hussars) Company, 9th Btn, Imperial Yeomanry.