Lovelock Casualties in the Two Boer Wars



Name     
Regiment
Notes
Lovelock
Tree






H Lovelock
(Regimental Number 2811)

3rd Battalion, 60th Rifles
    
H Lovelock was included in a list of the dead submitted
to the War Office by General Colley, and reported in the
'Manchester Evening News' of 12 Feb 1881.

He was killed in the Battle of Schuinshoogte (also known
as the Battle of Ingogo) on 8 Feb 1881.
?


Second Boer War

Name
   
Outcome    
Date    
Place
   
Regiment Lovelock
Tree

W H Lovelock, Private*

Died

12 Aug 1900

Pretoria

2nd Bn Coldstream Guards
Ly
C Lovelock, Trooper

Wounded

3 Feb 1901

Uitvalskop

Bushman Bn, South Australian Contingents
L
There were no Loveluck casualties of the War






Legend:
L = Lieflock Line
Ly = Lyneham Line

*According to an item in the 'Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser' of Wednesday 15 August 1900 W H Lovelock died of 'enteric' (Enteric Fever is another name for Typhoid Fever). This is William Henry Lovelock, born 1872.