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Hacking, Ernie Haddon, Tommy Hall, Charles Hall, Robert Hammond, M.E.
 Hacking, Ernie
Corporal
#SR599018*
Haddon, Tommy
Rifleman
#SR599046*
Hall, Charles
Major
#SR59771*
Hall, Robert
Lance Corporal

#3529858
Hammond, M.E.
Private
#1104
Harcourt, Eric. Harding, Benjamin Harding-Newman, Rupert Harkness, Roy Harper, Foo
Harcourt, Eric
NZ#7346
Harding, Benjamin
Rifleman
#SR59904*
Harding-Newman, Rupert
Lieutenant Colonel
Harkness, Roy
Guardsman
#2695693
Harper, Foo
Signalman
#2579777 R.C.S.
Harries, Kenith Harris, Vause Harrison, F. Gordon Haselden, John Hawkins, Doug
Harries, Kenith
Signalman ~ R.C.S.
#2585811
Harris, Vause
Corporal
#RH6296770*
Harrison, F. Gordon
Sergeant
 #3445997
Haselden, John
Lieutenant Colonel
#147079
Hawkins, Doug
Signalman ~ R.C.S.
#SR598532*
Hawkins, Len Hay, R. E. Heard, Victor Hein, Hugh Henry, James D
Hawkins, Len
Fitter
NZ#7377
Hay, R. E.
Trooper
NZ#15302
Heard, Victor
Private
#29568
Hein, Hugh
Sergeant
#RH6857952*
Henry, James D
Lieutenant
#316338
Herd, George Hewetson, H.P.   Hews John Hewson, Cyril D.  Heywood, Geoffrey
Herd, George
Guardsman
Hewetson, H.P.
Trooper
#29197
Hews, John
Trooper
Hewson, Cyril D.
Sergeant
#1030
Heywood, Geoffrey
Captain
#92342
Hickey, George Higham, Jimmy Hill, Harry Hill, Ron Hirst John D.
Hickey, George
Corporal ~ R.A.M.C..
#7259005
Higham, Jimmy
Private
RH4983627*
Hill, Harry
Guardsman
#2660324
Hill, Ron
Corporal
#7909829
Hirst, John D.
Trooper
#325336
Hobson, N.W. Hogan, P.J. Holliman, Charles Hollywood Hood, A.W.
Hobson, N.W.
NZ#14324
Hogan, P.J.
Rifleman
#SR599029*
Holliman, Charles
Lieutenant Colonel
#71224
Hollywood
Medical Orderly ~ R.A.M.C.
Hood, A.W.
Heavy Section
NZ#1041
Howard, George J. Hudson-Beck, Roy

Hunter, Anthony 

Hurst, Tommy Hutchins, Derek
Howard, George J.
Corporal ~ Survey Section Driver
#7877441
Hudson-Beck, Roy
#SR599041*
Hunter, Anthony
Captain
#58117
Hurst, Tommy
 Light Repair Service
Hutchins, Derek
Sergeant
#322600
Hutchinson, Edward        
Hutchinson, Edward
Leutenant
NZ#34264
       

* a. Rhodesians had their own numbers 

  b. Then they had to join British regiments

  c. Then they were taken over by the South Africans.

  Some joined prior to, before, during, after the above.

  So some have one, two or even three nunbers.    Thanks to Jonathan Pittaway for that clarification.

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