5,000 Miles with the Cheshire Yeomanry in South Africa: A Series of Articles, Compiled from Letters and Diaries Written by Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Men of the 21st and 22nd (Cheshire) Companies of Imperial Yeomanry, Relating Their Experiences During the South African War in the Years 1900-1901 : Also Articles from "The Times," "'The Times' History of the War," and Other Papers Relating to the Marches, Movements and Operations of the Two Companies
Mackie & Company, Limited, 1913 - South African War, 1899-1902 - 434 pages
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Inscription on War Memorial Tablet in the Victoria Inﬁrmary Northwich
Summary of events connected with the 21st Company from Liverpool to Upington
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21st Company 22nd Company April arrived Artillery bank Barnston Birkenhead Bloemfontein Boers Brandfort British Britstown camp Cape Colony Cape Town Captain captured Cheers Cheshire Companies Cheshire Yeomanry Chester Trooper Colesberg Colonel column command Company I.Y. crossed district Drachoender Drift Dutch duty enemy entrained farm Farmer Father ﬁnd ﬁre ﬁrst force Friday gallop garrison guard guns Hall halt hear horses Imperial Yeomanry joined Kenhardt Kheis killed Kimberley Knutsford Koegas Pont kopje laager Lieut Lieutenant Barbour Lord Arthur Grosvenor Lord Roberts March miles Monday morning mounted move mules Naauw Poort night Northwich ofﬁcers Orange River Colony orders patrol Petrusville pom-pom Prieska prisoners railway rain reached rebels received riﬂe Road Saturday scouts Senekal sent Sergeant shot South Africa Street Sunday Tattenhall Thorneycroft took train Transvaal trekking Trooper Trooper Trooper troops Upington Vaal veldt Victoria Volunteers wagons whilst Winburg Winsford wounded