WO25/1426 - NCO & Privates - Under 'Capt.J. Gurwoods Troop/Company':
Private Henry GANDER
born Walcott, Somerset.
Trade when enlisted: Gardener.
Killed in Action: 18 June 1815 - Waterloo.
Amount of Credits remitted to Agent: 1s 6d.'
WO25/1426(?) - 'Jas. GANDER 190 days at 1d = 15s 10d. Killed in action 18 Jun 1815'
WO12/935 - Private John GANDER, Killed in Action 18 June 1815 (Waterloo)
- listed earlier in Regimental Pay Lists as on '25 Dec 1814-6 Mar 1815 when in Chelmsford Gaol by sentence of a Court Martial 7th & 28th March 1815 - 22 days at 9d a day (with James HALLS (Private) in Custody of a Civil Power'. Pay for 18 Apr-18 Jun 1815 was 86 days at 1/3 (+ 86 days at 9d) = GBP3-17shillings. (The extra 9d a day appears to be an allowance granted to 'Men employed on Night Patrol ... in the Metropolis' (Dec 1814-Mar 1815).
Walter Ebenezer GANDER enlisted for the Boer War Feb 1901 (Aged 22 years 6 months) and discharged 11 Aug 1902, 26535, Private 43rd Coy., 12th Bn. I.Y. Son of Ebenezer GANDER of 49 Swinton Street Kings Cross.
James GANDER Private, 52nd Foot (Oxfordshire Light Infantry)
John GANDER Private, 52nd Foot (Oxfordshire Light Infantry)
John GANDER Private, 37th Foot (North Hampshire)
4356 Private GANDER A. 10th Hussars
5430 Private GANDER J.V. 7th Dragoon Guards
ADM157/68/132 - Attestation
James GANDER: born Hackney, London, Mdx. Enlisted 5 May 1854 at Woolwich, Aged 19 years. Bounty £3-17s-6d. (@GBP3.87). Trade: Boot & Shoe Maker ('not an apprentice'). Married. Signed on for 12 years. On attestment: sallow complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, 5 feet 6 inches, no distinctive marks.
ADM/159/100/3118 (& ADM 159/100/444):
Arthur Edwin GANDER, Enlisted London 6 Jun 1918 aged 21yrs 7dys, dob: 31 May 1897, born: Kilkeel, Cranfield, Co.Down. Trade: Farm Labourer, Religion: Church of England. NOK: Mother, Annie GANDER, Cross Keys, Green End, Cottenham, Cambridge. Private, Co.Q, Royal Maritime Artillery Supy. Demob: 6 Feb 1919. Character V.G., Ability: Sat. Paid £5 War Gratuity.
For Service in Action with Enemy Destroyers off the Belgian Coast on 21 Mar 1918: P.O.1st Class Edward Albert Edward GANDER: O.N., (Service No:) 198304 (Chatham) - Distinguished Service Medal