James Thompson Anderson Unknown date of birth - Died 20 November 1900 PDF Print Share Key details Contribute › Service number817 AWMM Also known as ForceArmy AWMM Rank and unit at dischargeNew Zealand Mounted Rifles, 3rd Contingent (Rough Riders) AWMM WarSouth African War, 1899-1902 AWMM Lay a poppy Roll of Honour, Ranfurly Veterans' Home, detail, 1st - 7th C … Read more View gallery Hide sources Show empty fields Identity About Contribute › Title ForenamesJames Thompson AWMM SurnameAnderson AWMM Ingoa Also known as Service number817 AWMM GenderMale AWMM Iwi Hapū Waka Rohe Religion Images and documents Images Contribute › Documents Contribute › Civilian life About birth Contribute › Date of birth Place of birth Birth notes Occupations Contribute › Occupation before enlistmentLabourer AWMM Post war occupation Next of kin Contribute › Address before enlistmentUnknown AWMMNapier, New Zealand AWMM Next of kin on embarkationMr J. Anderson, Kereru, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand AWMM Relationship status Service Wars and conflicts Contribute › WarSouth African War, 1899-1902 AWMM Campaigns ForceArmy AWMM Service number817 AWMM Military units Military service Miilitary decorations Contribute › Medals and Awards Training and Enlistment Contribute › Military training EnlistmentUnknown AWMM Age on enlistment Embarkations Contribute › Embarkation detailsPre WW1 AWMM17 February 1900 AWMMLyttelton, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand AWMM Embarkation bodyPre WW1 AWMM17 February 1900 AWMM3rd Contingent AWMM3rd New Zealand Mounted Rifles, 6 Company AWMMKnight Templar AWMM Prisoner of war Contribute › Capture details Days interned Liberation date POW liberation details POW serial number Medical history Contribute › Medical notesDied of Sickness, Cause of Death AWMMEnteric fever AWMM Last known rank Contribute › Last rankNew Zealand Mounted Rifles, 3rd Contingent (Rough Riders) AWMM Biographical information Biographical information Contribute › Before World War I, enteric fever, or typhoid fever, was the scourge of armies, and in the Anglo-Boer War killed more soldiers than enemy action. It is caused by a bacteria entering the body via contaminated food or water. Early symptoms include high fever, headaches and lassitude. Follicles along the intestinal walls later become inflamed, often leading to perforation and hemorrhaging. Other complications include gall bladder, pneumonia or heart failure. At the time of the Boer War, there were no antibiotic remedies for the disease. AWMM Read more Death About death Contribute › Age at death Date of death20 November 1900 AWMM Cause of deathDied of Sickness AWMM Place of deathPretoria, Republic of South Africa AWMM Death notesPretoria, Transvaal, South Africa AWMM Cemetery Contribute › Cemetery name Grave reference Memorial Contribute › Memorial nameRanfurly Veterans' Home, 539 Mount Albert Road, Three Kings, Auckland, New Zealand AWMMAuckland War Memorial Museum, South African War Memorial 1899 - 1902 AWMM Memorial reference Obituary Roll of Honour Remember James Thompson Anderson by laying a poppy. James Miller Anderson James Pellew Anderson James Thompson Anderson James Wallace Anderson James Walter Anderson Lay a poppy for 2015 Leave a note Leave a tribute or memory of James Thompson Anderson Leave a note Contribute › Processing Sources Sources Contribute › External linksNew Zealand History online. New Zealand in the South (Boer) Warhttp://www.nzhistory.net.nz/war/the-south-african-boer-war/introductionFurther Reference Documents Seen an error on this page? Tell us about it.