Lt. Innes F. G. Munro

Lieutenant Innes Munro was presumably living in South Africa at the time of the Boer War as he was commissioned into Kitchener's Horse, a locally raised mounted unit which served alongside the Regulars from the British Army.

The Kitchener's Horse were serving with Major General Horace Smith-Dorrien's 19th Infantry Brigade which assaulted Boer trenches near Houtnek in the Orange Free State on 30th April 1900. Lt. Munro was killed in this attack and is buried in South Africa.

On the published Casualty Roll, he is shown as Sgt. G. S. Munro and on an Officers Died internet site as Lt. J. G. S. Munroe.

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