DELVILLE WOOD

LONGUEVAL - SOMME - FRANCE

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THE SOUTH AFRICAN INFANTRY BRIGADE

ROLLCALL ON THE 14th JULY 1916

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Private C.V. O'BREE

4th SAI

Private J.A. O'BREE

Wounded

Private Spencer Claringbould O'BREE

4th SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private W.R. O'BRIEN

2nd SAI

Killed in action (as Lance Corporal) in Kemmel sector on the 4th May 1918 (Ypres Menin Gate Memorial)

Lance Corporal B.H. O'CONNELL

Wounded

Private H. O'CONNELL

2nd SAI

Private Clarence Frederick Reid O'CONNOR

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

Private John O'CONNOR

3rd SAI, B Coy - Taken prisoner and died of wounds on the 2nd August (Porte de Paris Cemetery, Cambrai)

Private R.E. O'CONNOR

1st SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Died of wounds on the 12th October 1918 (Port Elizabeth, South End, Cemetery, South Africa)

Private Stephen James O'CONNOR

1st SAI - Died of wounds on the 16th July (La Neuville British Cemetery, Corbie)

Lance Corporal Philip Stephen O'DONOGHUE

Wounded

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

Private D.H. O'HARA

3rd SAI - Taken prisoner

Private F. O'HARA

2nd SAI

Private T.H.A. O'HARA

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 19th July

Private (stretcher-bearer) Denis P. O'KEEFE

3rd SAI, B 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 P. O'KEEFE

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

Private J. O'MALLEY

4th SAI - Wounded

CQMS T.W. O'MALLEY

2nd SAI - Wounded

Private Charles Cecil O'NEILL

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

Lance Corporal Joseph Bonan O'SHEA

64th Field Coy, Royal Engineers - Killed on the 19th July (Quarry Cemetery, Montauban)

Private J.H. OATES

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private E.W. OCHLEY

2nd SAI

Lance Corporal Arthur Edward OCHSE

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

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

Private C.D. ODGERS

2nd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private C. OFFICER

1st SAI - Wounded

Died of wounds on the 6th April 1917 (Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension)

Private Nicholas OGDEN

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

Lance Corporal George Swan OGILVIE

2nd SAI

Died of wounds on the 29th May 1918 (Brookwood Military Cemetery)

Private Henry J. OLDFIELD

2nd SAI HQ - Wounded on the 17th July

Private Albert Ernest OLDMAN

4th SAI, D Coy

Private A.M. OLIVER

2nd SAI

Corporal Stanley OLIVER

4th SAI, B Coy - attached to the Trench Mortar Battery

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

Later awarded the Military Medal.

Private T.L.J. OLIVIER

2nd SAI

Corporal C. OOSTHUIZEN

1st SAI - Wounded on the 16th july

Private G.P. OOSTHUIZEN

2nd SAI

Private J. OOSTHUIZEN

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Private W.J. OOSTHUIZEN

Wounded

Later awarded the Military Medal.

Private W.M. OOSTHUIZEN

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 17th July

Private Hubert Douglas OPENSHAW

2nd SAI - Killed on the 16th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private J.H. OPPERMAN

3rd SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private D.C. ORR

3rd SAI - Wounded

Private Ernest ORSMOND

2nd SAI

Died of wounds on the 27th October 1916 (Bruay Communal Cemetery Extension)

Private E. OSBORNE

2nd SAI

Lance Corporal W.H. OSBORNE

4th SAI - Wounded

Private Henry Edward OSMOND

3rd SAI

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

Private W.H. OTTO

1st SAI - Wounded on the 18th July

Sergeant Ernest White OUTRAM

2nd SAI

Died of wounds (as Company sergeant Major) on 12th October 1916 (Thiepval Memorial)

Private Garnet Ewart OVERTON

3rd SAI, B Coy - attached to the Trench Mortar Battery

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

Died of wounds on the 19th October 1916 (Dernancourt Communal Cemetery Extension)

Private James Edward OWEN

3rd SAI - Killed on the 18th July (Thiepval Memorial)

Private R. OWEN-JONES

4th SAI - Wounded on the 16th July

Private F.T. OXLEY

Wounded