DELVILLE WOOD

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THE SOUTH AFRICAN INFANTRY BRIGADE

ROLLCALL ON THE 14th JULY 1916

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Second Lieutenant Allan Christie HAARHOFF

1st SAI, D Coy - Killed on the 17th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private C.H. HAARHOFF

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Private J.B. HAARHOFF

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded

Sergeant G.V.L. HACKING

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Private J.E. HACKNELL

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private T. HADDON

Wounded

Private T. HADLOW

Wounded

Private Alfred HAGELL

1st SAI - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Lance Corporal George Peters HAGGIS

4th SAI - Died of wounds on the 28th July (St Sever Cemetery, Rouen)

Private P. HAGGIS

4th SAI - Wounded

Private C.V. HAGGLUND

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Killed on action at Maretz (as Lance Corporal) on the 9th October 1918 (Beaurevoir British Cemetery)

Captain Ernst Albert Linsingen HAHN

1st SAI, D Coy - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Peter HAIG

2nd SAI, B Coy - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private John Fraser HAIR

3rd SAI, C Coy - Declared missing in action on the 1st August (Thiepval Memorial)

Private A.E. HALE

Wounded

Private H.B. HALES

4th SAI - Taken prisoner on the 16th July

Private HALL

3rd SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Lance Corporal Eden Lashley HALL

1st SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private G. HALL

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Lance Corporal Harold George Litton HALL

1st SAI, B Coy - Wounded on the 17th July

Returned to his battalion in a A Coy in November 1916 then was declared permanently unfit for duty in 1917

Lance Corporal J. HALL

4th SAI - Taken prisoner

Private J.R. HALL

Wounded

Lance Corporal John HALL

4th SAI, B Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Recommended for the DCM and awarded the Military Medal for his conduct at Delville Wood. Sergeant at the end of the War.

Private O.N. HALL

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private V.W. HALL

3rd SAI, D Coy - Taken prisoner on the 17th July

Private W.C. HALL

4th SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private G.A. HALLEWELL

2nd SAI

Private W. HALLOW

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private J.G. HALLREACE

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Corporal Frankland HALSTED

4th SAI

Lance Corporal S.G.R. HAMBROOK

4th SAI

Private Hugh J. HAMILTON

2nd SAI, A Coy - Wounded

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Private J. HAMILTON

2nd SAI

Private J.D. HAMILTON

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private Joseph Welsey HAMILTON

2nd SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private W. HAMILTON

3rd SAI, A Coy - Wounded on the 19th July

Private G.V. HAMMOND

4th SAI - Died of wounds on the 16th July(Favreuil British Cemetery)

Private Harold John HAMMOND

2nd SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private J. HAMMOND

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 17th July

Private Frederick Louis HAMPSON

1st SAI, D Coy

Sergeant at the end of the War.

Lance Corporal J.S. HAND

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded on the 17th July

Second Lieutenant Alfred Charles HANKS

3rd SAI, A Coy - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private A.M. HANNAH

Wounded

Private E. HANSSEN

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private O.J.H. HARBOTH

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Sapper T. HARDEN

64th Field Coy, Royal Engineers - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private G.E. HARDING

4th SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Private HARDY

3rd SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Private H.L. HARDY

2nd SAI

Private J. HARDY

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private R.L. HARDY

3rd SAI, C Coy - Taken prisoner on the 17th July

Private Harry Lampard HARE

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Later awarded the Military Medal

Missing in action near Messines on the 12th Avril 1918 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Private V. HARE

4th SAI - Killed on the 16th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Lance Corporal F. HARGRAVE

4th SAI

Private H. HARGREAVES

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private H.M. HARKER

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private H. HARLING

4th SAI - Wounded

Private A.L. HARMSWORTH

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private V.R. HARMSWORTH

2nd SAI - Wounded

Lance Corporal Dennis Joseph HARNEY

2nd SAI

Died of wounds on the 30th August 1916 (Cabaret-Rouge British Cemetery)

Private E. HARNEY

2nd SAI

Private Reginald Charles HARPER

3rd SAI - Declared missing in action on the 1st August (Thiepval Memorial)

Private A.S. HARRIES

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner

Private A.J. HARRIS

2nd SAI

Private Ashley Ronald HARRIS

3rd SAI, B Coy - Died of wounds on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Charles Augustus HARRIS

1st SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Sergeant H.B. HARRIS

4th SAI

Private H.G. HARRIS

4th SAI

Private J.T. HARRIS

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 15th July

Sapper Joseph HARRIS

64th Field Coy, Royal Engineers - Killed in action on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Ralph Eric HARRIS

3rd SAI - Killed on the 19th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Recommanded for a mention in despatches for his conduct at Delville Wood (no retained)

Private Raymond William Smart HARRIS

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 18th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Private Richard Frank HARRIS

1st SAI - Died of wounds on the 27th July (La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie)

Lance Corporal W.E. HARRIS

3rd SAI, B Coy

Later commissioned and awarded the Military Cross

Private William Fairfield HARRIS

1st SAI HQ

Awarded the Military medal for gallantry at Longueval. Lance Corporal, he was severely wounded late 1917 and discharged.

Private HARRISON

3rd SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Lieutenant A.C. HARRISON

1st SAI, C Coy - Wounded on the 17th July

Private G. HARRISON

2nd SAI

Private Guy Alexander HARRISON

1st SAI, C Coy - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private T.F. HARRISON

4th SAI

Private William HARRISON

2nd SAI - Missing in action on the 17th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private W.T. HARRISON

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private R. HARROWER

Wounded

Private W.M. HARRY

4th SAI - Wounded

Private D.D.G. HART

Medical services  - Wounded

Private G.W. HART

2nd SAI

Private M.G. HART

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private N. HARTLEY

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private E.M. HARTZ

3rd SAI, C Coy - Taken prisoner on the 18th July

Private J.N. HARVEY

2nd SAI

Private C.G. HARWOOD

2nd SAI

Killed in action (as Corporal) at Meteren on the 21st July 1918 (Meteren Military Cemetery)

Private John HARWOOD

3rd SAI - Killed on the 19th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private HASKIS

3rd SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Private A.A. HASSET

2nd SAI

Private A. HASTINGS

2nd SAI

Private J.H. HASTINGS

2nd SAI

Lance Corporal R.B. HATCH

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Lance Corporal Ashley Goodwin HATCHARD

2nd SAI

Taken prisoner then died of wounds on the 27th March 1918 (Tincourt New British Cemetery)

Private F.H.F. HATCHARD

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Later commissioned and awarded the Military Cross

Private George John Alfred HATFIELD

4th SAI

Killed in action (as Sergeant) at Meteren on the 19th July 1918 (Meteren Military Cemetery)

Private Arthur Clarence HATTON

2nd SAI - Wounded

Died of wounds (as Sergeant) on the 10th October 1918 (Doingt Communal Cemetery Extension)

Private J.J.L. HATTON

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private N.W. HATTON

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private Victor George Cleaver HATTON

2nd SAI, B Coy - Wounded on the 18th July

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Thiepval Memorial)

Private J.L. HAUGAN

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private D. HAVENGA

2nd SAI

Sergeant J.W. HAVERS

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Corporal Henry Vernon HAW

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Died of wounds on the 10th Avril 1919 (Cape Town Plumstead Cemetery)

Private Lewis William HAWES

3rd SAI - Killed on the 20th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Harry HAWKINS

1st SAI - Wounded

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 18th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Sergeant William HAWKINS

1st SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Leslie HAWTHORNE

3rd SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Lance Corporal J.J. HAWTREY

4th SAI

Private A. HAY

Medical services - Wounded

Private Eustace O.N. HAY

4th SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Wounded on the 9th December 1916

Sergeant J. HAY

Wounded

Private J.W.M.  HAY

4th SAI - Wounded on the 20th July

Private John HAY

4th SAI - Wounded on the 20th July

Private R. HAY

4th SAI

Private Herbert Bert HAYES

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner

Private P.J. HAYES

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private William HAYMAN

3rd SAI - Wounded

Company Sergeant Major F. HAYTER

Wounded

Major Frank Henry HEAL

1st SAI HQ

Promoted Lieutenant-Colonel, he was Commanding Officer the 1st SAI  from January 1917.

Later awarded the DSO. Mentioned in Despatches.

Killed at Marrieres Wood on the 24th March 1918 (Pozieres Memorial)

Private A.G. HEALY

Medical services - Wounded

Private E. HEALY

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private J. HEALY

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private P.W. HEALY

2nd SAI

Private William Michael HEALY

1st SAI, D Coy

Awarded the DCM for his conduct at Delville Wood.

Killed in action (as Corporal) near Arras on the 12th April 1917 (Athies Communal Cemetery Extension)

Private Osborne William HEARD

4th SAI

Killed in action near Ypres on the 21st October 1917 (New Irish Farm Cemetery)

Private P.E. HEARD

3rd SAI, A Coy

Private A.E. HEATH

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private Clifford Vincent HEATH

2nd SAI

Private E.J. HEATH

2nd SAI

Private Cecil Edward HEATHCOTE

1st SAI, C Coy - Killed on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Andrew HEATSON

2nd SAI

Private George William HEDGES

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Missing in action (as Lance Corporal) near Arras on the 27th February 1917 (Arras Memorial)

Private L.J. HEEGAR

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Second Lieutenant H.N. HEELEY

3rd SAI - Wounded

Later awarded the Military Cross. Lieutenant at the end of the War.

Captain Claude Rigby HEENAN

2nd SAI, A Coy - Wounded on the 15th July

Later awarded the DSO. Mentioned in Despatches. Major at the end of the War.

Private C.J. HELFRICH

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private William HELFRICH

1st SAI, C Coy - Wounded on the 19th July

Awarded a Silver War Badge and mentioned in despathes

Declared permanently unfit for duty in January 1918

Knicknamed Senussi Bill

Lance Corporal J.R. HELLIWELL

2nd SAI

Lance Corporal S.D. HELM

4th SAI - Wounded on the 20th July

Private HENDERSON

4th SAI, A Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Lance Corporal G. HENDERSON

4th SAI - Wounded

Killed in action near Messines on the 11th April 1918 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Private J. HENDERSON

2nd SAI - Wounded

Sergeant W. HENDERSON

4th SAI

Later mentioned in Despatches

Lance Corporal W.J. HENDERSON

1st SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private W.McF. HENDERSON

Wounded

Private J.W. HENDERSON

Wounded

Private H.W. HENDLEY

3rd SAI, A Coy - Taken prisoner on the 14th July

Corporal Norman Thomas HENDRY

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Killed in action (as second Lieutenant) near Frezenberg on the 20th September 1917 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Private H.D. HENDY

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner

Private B.P. HENNESEY

2nd SAI

Later commissioned and awarded the Military Cross

Private C.J. HENREY

3rd SAI, B Coy

Private William Miles HENRICK

3rd SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private A.W.D. HENRY

4th SAI - Wounded

Lieutenant Walter Douglas HENRY

1st SAI, C Coy - Wounded and taken prisoner on the 18th July

Private Percival Melville HENWICK

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private Frederick William HERBERT

4th SAI - Killed on the 14th July (Quarry Cemetery, Montauban)

Private C. HERBST

4th SAI - Wounded on the 19th July

Private G.J. HERBST

2nd SAI

Sergeant W.T. HERM

2nd SAI

Corporal W.A. HERMISTON

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Lance Corporal J. HERRICK

2nd SAI

Private J.C. HERSELMAN

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private B. HERSON

1st SAI - Wounded on the 14th July

Private R.O. HERTNIE

2nd SAI

Private G.  HESSELL

4th SAI

Sergeant Francis Danby HESTER

3rd SAI - Declared missing in action on the 1st August (Thiepval Memorial)

Private C. HETHERINGTON

3nd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private W. HETHERINGTON

Wounded

Private Wilfrid  HETHERINGTON

1st SAI, C Coy - Died of wounds on the 22nd July (Abbeville Communal Cemetery)

Private Thomas Finlayson HEUNIS

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded and taken prisoner

Private R.D. HEWAT

2nd SAI

Later commissioned and awarded the Military Cross

Private William Duxbury HEWAT

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Missing in action at Marrieres Wood on the 24th March 1918 (Pozières Memorial)

Private William Henry Routledge HEWETT

1st SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Edward James HEWITT

4th SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private J.B. HEWITT

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private W.D. HEWITT

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 19th July

Private William Henry HEWITT

2nd SAI, B Coy

Wounded in front the Butte de Warlencourt in October 1916

Awarded the Victoria Cross for his conduct near Frezenberg on the 20th September 1917 (again wounded)

Private S. HEYDENRYCH

Medical services - Wounded

Private W. HEYMEN

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private J.H. HEYNIS

Wounded

Private B.J. HIBBINS

Wounded

Private P. HICHENS

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 15th July

Private William Beaconsfield HICKMAN

3rd SAI - Died of wounds as prisoner of war on the 30th July (Le Cateau Military Cemetery)

Private J.H. HICKS

2nd SAI

Sergeant A. HIGGINS

3rd SAI, A Coy - Wounded on the 16th July

Private Albert Victor HIGGINS

4th SAI, A Coy - Wounded on the 17th July

Taken prisoner in March 1918

Sergeant C.J. HIGGO

4th SAI

Killed on action at Maretz on the 8th October 1918 (Beaurevoir British Cemetery)

Private C.B. HILL

4th SAI - Wounded

Corporal E.J. HILL

2nd SAI

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Padre Eustace St Clair HILL

Chaplain of the 1st SAI

Lost his right arm in front the Butte de Warlencourt and awarded the Military Cross

Returned in France in April 1917 and served at N°32 Casualty Clearing-Station

Taken prisoner in March 1918 at Marrieres Wood.

Private H. HILL

2nd SAI

Killed in action on the 24th March 1918 (Hem Farm Military Cemetery)

Private Roy HILL

3rd SAI, D Coy - Wounded

Lieutenant Walter James HILL

2nd SAI, B Coy - Killed on the 20th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Recommanded for the Victoria Cross and mentioned in Despatches

Private A. HILLIKER

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Sergeant John Clark HILSON

2nd SAI - Wounded

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Awarded the DCM

Private J.W. HILTON

1st SAI

Private S.J. HINES

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Killed in action (as sergeant) on the 10th November 1918 (Hestrud Chuchyard)

Corporal Charles John Morton HINTON

4th SAI

Died of wounds (as Second Lieutenant) near Arras on the 15th February 1917 (Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension)

Sergeant Edward Joeph HINTON

1st SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private S.J. HINWOOD

3rd SAI, C Coy

Later awarded the Military Medal (as Sergeant)

Private George Bertram Lake HIRTZEL

3rd SAI, A Coy- Killed on the 17th July  (Thiepval Memorial)

Lieutenant H.M. HIRTZEL

3rd SAI - taken prisoner

Private Eric William HITCHCOCK

3rd SAI, C Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Killed in action (as Lance Corporal) on the 12th July 1918 (Caestre Military Cemetery)

Private A.D. HITCHMAN

4th SAI - Wounded

Sergeant W.H. HITCHMAN

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Died of wounds near Arras on the 13th April 1917 (St Nicolas British Cemetery)

Private Andrew HOATSON

2nd SAI, C Coy - Wounded

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Recommended for the DCM for his conduct at Delville Wood. Won a bar to the MM near Ypres on the 20th September 1917.

Transferred to the Railway Company in 1918.

Private G.L.S. HOBBS

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner

Private G.C. HOBSON

4th SAI - Wounded

Private M.E. HOCKEY

Wounded

Private J.G.F. HOCKNELL

Wounded

Private R.J. HODDER

Wounded

Private R.J. HODDER

4th SAI

Private H. HODGE

4th SAI

Private J.S. HODGE

4th SAI - Killed on the 16th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Private E.F. HODGES

1st SAI - Taken prisoner on the 18th July

Private HODGSON

3rd SAI

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Private Frank HODGSON

4th SAI - Wounded

Killed in action on the 17th October 1916 in front the Butte de Warlencourt (Thiepval Memorial)

Private H.L. HOFFMAN

1st SAI -Wounded on the 17th July

Private Lawrence Joubert HOGAN

2nd SAI

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Thiepval Memorial)

Lance Corporal Donald HOGARTH

4th SAI, C Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Recommanded for a mention in despatches for his conduct at Delville Wood (no retained)

Private David Charles HOGG

1st SAI, D Coy - Wounded on the 18th July

Lance Corporal J.C. HOGG

2nd SAI - Wounded

Sergeant H. HOLDEN

4th SAI - Wounded

Private F. HOLDER

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private L.F. HOLDER

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private H. HOLDSWORTH

Wounded

Private W. HOLDSWORTH

Wounded

Private William HOLDSWORTH

2nd SAI

Awarded the Military Medal for his action as streatcher-bearer at Bernafay Wood.

Private Thomas Herbert HOLIDAY

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Awarded the Military Medal for his action as runner and guide at Delville Wood.

Transferred to the Royal Flying Corps in 1917 and commissioned Lieutenant.

Private James Thomas HOLLAND

4th SAI

Taken prisoner on the 24th March 1918 at Marrières Wood.

Private Cecil HOLLIDAY

2nd SAI

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 10th October 1916 (Thiepval Memorial)

Private H. HOLLIDAY

2nd SAI

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Private W. HOLLINBERG

Wounded

Private William Lloyd HOLLINGBERRY

3rd SAI, D Coy - Died of wounds on the 31st July (Abbeville Communal Cemetery)

Awarded the Military medal during the taking of Delville Wood on the 15th July 1916 .

Private E.E. HOLLINGSTON

Wounded

Second Lieutenant John Manson HOLLINGSWORTH (or HOLLINGWORTH)

1st SAI, A Coy - Killed on the 16th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Private Ernest Evelyn HOLLINGTON

4th SAI

Recommended for the DCM and awarded the Military Medal for his action as gunner of Lewis gun on the 17th July.

Private William Henry HOLLIS

2nd SAI

Died of wounds on the 1st January 1921 (Netley Military Cemetery, Hampshire)

Private C.P. HOLLISTER

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private William Rule HOLLISTER

2nd SAI - Missing in action on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private C.G. HOLMES

4th SAI

Private J. HOLMES

4th SAI - Wounded

Private J.E. HOLMES

2nd SAI

Private J.H.M. HOLMES

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 15th July

Private Richard Dewey HOLMES

4th SAI - Wounded on the 15th July

Killed in action (as Second Lieutenant) near Messines on the 9th April 1918 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Private Richard James HOLMES

Brigade HQ - Wounded on the 19th July

Awarded the Military Medal for his conduct at Delville Wood. Also Mentioned in despatches.

Private R.Q. HOLMES

2nd SAI

Private B.E. HOLTMAN

4th SAI

Private Martin HOLTMAN

1st SAI, A Coy - Wounded on the 17th July

Private S. HONEYBALL

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded

Private Alexander HOOD

3rd SAI - Declared missing in action on the 1st August  (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Sidney HOOD

2nd SAI

Died of wounds (as Corporal) on the 14th April 1917 (Haute-Avesnes British Cemetery)

Private Jack Sedgwick HOOK

2nd SAI - Killed on the 20th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Frederick George HOOKHAM

3rd SAI, B Coy - Declared missing in action on the 1st August (Thiepval Memorial)

Private A.A. HOPE

2nd SAI, A Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Private C.J. HOPE

4th SAI - Wounded

Later awarded the DCM

Private F.G. HOPE

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 15th July

Killed in action (as sergeant) on the 27th March 1918 (Peronne Road Cemetery, Maricourt)

Private James HOPE

28th Brigade Machine Gun Coy - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Corporal F.E. HOPKINS

4th SAI - Wounded

Private W.A. HOPKINS

4th SAI

Private Eric Wilson HOPPER

1st SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Serre Road Cemetery n°2)

Private W. HOPS

3rd SAI - Wounded

Captain Wallace Frank HOPTROFF

2nd SAI, D Coy - Killed on the 18th July (Serre Road Cemetery n°2)

Lance Corporal Harold HORN

4th SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private C.A.B. HORNE

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private Henry James HORNE

3rd SAI, B Coy - Declared missing in action on the 1st August (Thiepval Memorial)

Sergeant P.S. HORNE

Medical services - Wounded

Sergeant Joseph HORNER

2nd SAI

Killed in action at gauches Wood on the 21st March 1918 (Pozieres Memorial)

Lance Corporal G.T. HORNRY

2nd SAI

Sergeant A.C. HORNSEY

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private F.W. HORSLEY

4th SAI - Wounded

Private Walter Basil HORSLEY

2nd SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private F.V. HORT

2nd SAI

Lance Corporal George Arthur HORT

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Awarded the Military Medal for his conduct at Delville Wood.

Private F.C. HORTON

1st SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Lance Corporal G.J. HORTON

2nd SAI

Private C.E. HOSKING

4th SAI

Private J.N. HOSKING

Wounded

Private R. HOSKING

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 15th July

Private W. HOSKING

Wounded

Private J. HOSKINSON

4th SAI - Wounded

Private Archibald L. HOUZET

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th july

Private W.C. HOWARD

4th SAI - Wounded

Private W.J.H. HOWARD

2nd SAI

Private Arthur HOWE

2nd SAI, C Coy

Was of the last South African group relieved on the 20th July at Delville Wood

Missing in action (as sergeant) in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 12th October 1916 (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Charles Sutton HOWELL

3rd SAI, D Coy - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Lance Sergeant Joseph Leigh HOWELL

1st SAI, C Coy - Killed on the 16th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Private C.N. HOYLE

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private A.T. HUBBARD

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private (Signaller) Arthur Leopold HUBER

1st SAI - Missing in action on the 20th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private (Signaller) T.A.M. HUDDLE

Wounded on the 15th July

Private (stretcher-bearer) Eber HUDSON

2nd SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Private T. HUDSON

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private T.C. HUDSON

4th SAI

Private Frederick Royce HUGHES

4th SAI

Died in service on the 26th March 1918 (Assevillers New British Cemetery)

Private J.T. HUGHES

2nd SAI

Private R. HUGHES

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private R.L. HUGHES

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private St Stephen HUGHES

1st SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Lance Corporal W.H.S. HUGHES

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded

Private Charles Nicholas HUGO

3rd SAI, B Coy - Wounded

Killed in action near Arras on the 9th April 1917 (Arras Memorial)

Private J.J.D. HUMAN

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Sergeant Patrick Robertson HUME

1st SAI - Missing in action on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Lance Corporal J.T. HUMPHREY

2nd SAI

Later commissioned and awarded the Military Cross

Private Wesley Napier Frank HUMPHREY

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Recommanded for a mention in despatches for his conduct at Delville Wood (no retained)

Private H.A. HUMPHREYS

2nd SAI

Corporal John David Noble HUMPHREYS

4th SAI - Killed on the 17th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Robert Percy HUMPHRIES

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Major Donald Rolfe HUNT

4th SAI, C Coy

Mentioned in Despatches

Served in the 4th SAI unitl January 1918, then in Mesopotamia, Persia and Russia

Private S.C. HUNT

4th SAI - Wounded

Killed in action (as Sergeant) near Frezenberg on the 20th September 1917 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Sergeant Victor Alfred HUNT

4th SAI, C Coy

Killed in action (as second Lieutenant) near Arras on the 9th April 1917 (Point-du-Jour Military Cemetery)

Mentioned in Despatches

Lance Corporal W.S. HUNT

1st SAI - Wounded on the 16th july

Private George HUNTER

3rd SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Corporal Henry John HUNTER

3rd SAI, C Coy

Recommanded for a mention in despatches for his conduct at Delville Wood (no retained)

Awarded the Serbian Silver Medal

Corporal Thomas HUNTER

4th SAI - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private W.P. HUNTER

4th SAI

Died of wounds (as Lance Corporal) on the 13th May 1921 (Cape Town ,Maitland, Cemetery)

Private N.K. HUNTINGDON

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Acting Sergeant E. HUNTLEY

Wounded

Sergeant John Charles HURLIN

1st SAI, B Coiy- Wounded on the 16th July

Killed in action near Arras on the 12th April 1917 (Brown's Copse Cemetery)

Private James HUSBAND

3rd SAI - Killed on the 19th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Corporal William James Miller HUSBAND

2nd SAI, D Coy - Died of wounds on the 19th July (Dive Copse British Cemetery)

Awarded the MSM

Private Archie HUSKISSON

1st SAI - Wounded

Killed in action in front the Butte de Warlencourt on the 18th October 1916 (Warlencourt British Cemetery)

Private W.E. HUTCHINS

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner on the 19th July

Private Aubrey Neville HUTCHINSON

2nd SAI - Killed on the 15th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private J.M. HUTCHINSON

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private T. HUTCHINSON

4th SAI - Wounded

Private Hubert Cunningham HUTTON

4th SAI - Wounded

Died of wounds on the 3rd September 1917 (Johannesburg, Brixton, Cemetery)

Private John Wilmot HUTTON

1st SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Delville Wood Cemetery)

Private R. HUTTON

Wounded

Private L. HYAMS

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private J.B. HYDE

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private R.K. HYDE

Wounded

Private T.C. HYND

4th SAI