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A large collection of medals formed around the Boer War and the Natal Rebellion 1906. The Boer War is focused mainly on the various Lancashire Regiment, the Gloucestershire Regiment and the Royal Artillery. Medals will be listed over the coming weeks. Medals being sold on behalf of widow of collector and payment will be direct to her.


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  66128 GNR.: W. CARVER. 15TH COY. S.D., R.G.A.   £170      
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William Carver was born in Diss, Norfolk and enlisted Janaury 1888, aged 19. Served in India and in South Africa from December 1899 to Janaury 1901. Discharged January 1901. Clasps confirmed on roll. May 1915 enlisted in the 4th Battalion Norfolk Regiment (Territorials) and was transferred to the Royal Defence Corps in April 1916. He served in the U.K. until discharge in March 1919 (no medals). 

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  66461 GNR: E. CARR, 15TH W.D., R.G.A.      £170          image         
Edward Carr was born in Sunderland and enlisted March 1888, aged 21. Served in India, Aden and to South Africa November 1899 to February 1901. Discharged February 1907. Clasps confirmed.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Rhodesia/Orange Free State/Transvaal/South Africa 1901  67036 DVR: H. HOUGHTON, R.F.A.   £450          image
Henry Houghton was born in Liverpool and enlisted April 1888 in the Royal Field Artillery. Went to South Africa April 1900, aged 22. His QSA roll shows attached 1st PomPom Battery, Rhodesian Field Force. Returmed to U.K. April 1901 and discharged in May. 1911 living in Liverpool and in 1921 in Walton on the Hill, shown as "Railway Signal Company, Royal Engineers."

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  7519 PTE. H. HEYES. VOL: COY L.N. LANC: REGT        
British War Medal  ART.ENG. H. HEYES. R.N.
Harold Heyes was born in Little Hulton, near Bolton and enlisted February 1901 into the Active Service Company of the 1st Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, aged 20. To South Africa 16 March 1901. Returned to U.K. and discharged September 1902. On 8th September 1903 he enlisted into the Royal Navy and served as an ERA until November 1913, when he was discharged to commission as Artificer Engineer. Served on HMS Courageous through WW1 (1914/15 Star trio). Placed on retired list 1920 (Warrant Engineer). He died 19 April 1940. 
Pair: £250
          
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Queen's South Africa Medal Tugela Heights/Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal  2989 PTE. R. HUNT. S. LANC: REGT   £195        image
Ralph William Hunt was born in Kingsport, Lancaster and enlisted January 1890, aged 19. Served in Gibraltar, Malta, Egypt, India and to South Africa November 1899. Discharged September 1902. Service record shows entitled to King's South Africa Medal but unable to find him on medal roll.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  939 GNR: G. HENRY. CAPE G.A.   £120        image
Clasps confirmed on roll.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State  5586 CORPL. J. HODGSON. RL: LANC: REGT    £120         image  
John Hodgson was born in Barrow, Lancashire and enlisted in the 3rd (Militia) Battalion Royal Lancaster Regiment November 1897. Went to South Africa February 1900 and returned January 1902 for discharge.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Wittebergen  29608 BOMB: J.H. HURLEY, 77TH BTY., R.F.A.   £140          image  
James Henry Hurley was born in  and enlisted in the Royal Artillery August 1898, aged 21. To South Africa November 1899 and returned to U.K. July 1902. Clasps confirmed. Entitled to K.S.A. Discharged October 1904 and died of pneumonia 16 April 1907.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony 4758 PTE W. HEYWOOD. LANC: FUS:    £100               image
William Heywood was born in Manchester and enlisted September 1898 in the 6th (Militia) Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, aged 17.
Discharged May 1903. Clasp confirmed on roll. There are at least six William Heywoods in the Lancashire Fusiliers in WW1.

Queen's South Africa Medal Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal/ South Africa 1901  117 GNR: W.W. WILSON. NATAL F. ARTY: £130          image
Clasps confirmed on roll.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal/South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  24102 PTE. F.R.F. LEM. 1ST COY IMP: YEO:    £185 SOLD           image
Frank Reginald Fitzgerald Lem was born in Worcester and enlisted February 1901 into the Imperial Yeomanry, aged 30. To South Africa March 1901. Returned to U.K. June 1902 and discharged "to take up employment on Imperial Military Railways." 1911 he was a signal fitter living in Downing Street, Chippenham. No record of WW1 service, possibly served on railways in U.K. In 1939 still living in Chippenham and a retired engineer. He died in Chippenham 1946.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Driefontein/Johannesburg/Diamond Hill/South Afica 1901/South Africa 1902  81290 GNR. D. WALSH, 83RD BTY., R.F.A.  £200        image
Copy medal rolls confirm clasps.


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Paardeburg/Driefontein/South Afica 1901 82033 DVR. A.J. WATSON., R.F.A.   £175           image
Arthur James Watson was born in London and enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery December 1890. Served in India and then South Africa November 1899. Returned to U.K. April 1901 and discharged the same month. Clasps confirmed on roll.

Queen's South Africa Medal   8018 PTE S. HOCKENHULL. VOL: COY: Y.& L. REGT:  £195         image
Sidney Joseph Hockenhull was born in Sheffield and enlisted into the 3rd Volunteer Service Company, York and Lancaster Regiment February 1902. Went to South Africa March 1902 and returned to U.K. in August 1902. The Yorkshire Telegraph and Star (27 June 1902) reported on the regiment in South Africa and listed a series of blockhouses. "Blockhouse No. 12. Willeman's Kop - Lieut. Barnes, Sergeant. Moffatt, Privates Hicken, Cooper, Hockenhull, Layland, Beasley, Moffatt, Hull, Parramore, Jeavons." Copy service record and medal roll. 1911 he was living in Amos Road, Sheffield and working as an engineer. 1921 he was living in Amberley Road, Sheffield and he died in 1937.   


Queen's South Africa Medal
 Relief of Kimberley/Paardeberg/Johannesburg/Diamond Hill/Wittebergen  71205 DVR: W. HATTON, R.H.A. 
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  71205 DVR: W. HATTON, R.H.A. 
1914/15 Star        3033 PTE. W. HATTON, MANCH.R.
British War Medal  
3033 PTE. W. HATTON. MANCH.R.
Victory Medal        3033 PTE. W. HATTON. MANCH.R.
William Hatton was born in Stalybrige and enlisted into the Royal Artillery February 1889, aged 18. To South Africa November 1899 with U Battery, Royal Horse Artillery and returned to U.K. February 1902. Discharged 26 March 1902. William Hatton served with the Manchester Regiment (France 5 December 1914) and later transferred to the Labour Corps.
Group of Five: £380         
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Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State       5819 PTE. H.G. HAVERS. GLOUCESTER REGT. 
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  5819 PTE. H.G. HAVERS. GLOUC: R. 
1914/15 Star        75475  PTE. DVR. H.G. HAVERS.R.F.A
British War Medal  
75475 DVR. H.G. HAVERS. R.A.
Victory Medal        copy medal
Herbert George Havers was born in London and enlisted into the 2nd Battalion Gloucestershire Regiment in March 1900, aged 18. To South Africa October 1900. To India November 1902. and returned to U.K. January 1908. Discharged March 1912. Clasps confirmed on roll. Medal index card shows service with Royal Field Artillery, arriving in France 10 July 1915.
Group of Five: £225        
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Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Johannesburg/Diamond Hill/Belfast  51648 BOMB: W.A. HUTTON. R.H.A.
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902                                                    51648 BOMB: W.A. HUTTON. R.H.A.
Medal rolls confirm clasps.
Pair: £275           
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Queen's South Africa Medal
 Orange Free State/Transvaal/Laing's Nek  1376 PTE J. HARRIS. S. LANC: REGT
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902            1376 PTE J. HARRIS. S. LANC: REGT
Johm Harris was born in Walsall and enlisted November 1884, aged 19. Served in Africa, Gibraltar, Malta and to South Africa March 1900 to March 1902. Discharged April 1902.
Enlisted November 1914 and transferred to the Royal Defence Corps. Discharged January 1919 from No. 53 Protection Company R.D.C. U.K. service only.
Pair: £220        
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Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  25811 DVR: C. LOVELL. 9TH BTY: R.F.A.
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902              25811 DVR. C. LOVELL. R.F.A.
Charles Lovell was born in Bridport, Dorset and enlisted January 1898 into the Royal Garrison Artillery, aged 18. Served in South Africa with 9th Battery, R.G.A. from January 1900 to October 1902. Discharged September 1904. In 1911 he is living in Bridport and is a domestic groom (army pensioner) and in 1939 is living in Poole and working in a Royal Navy Cordite Factory.
Pair:
£200    image

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  88566 BR. J.F. HENLEY, 37TH BATT. R.F.A.
Kings's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902             88566 BOMB: J.F. HENLEY. R.F.A.
Joseph Francis Henley was born in Liverpool and enlisted Janaury 1892, aged 18. Served in South Africa November 1899 to September 1902. Discharged January 1904. Clasps confirmed. In 1911 he was living in Liverpool and worked as a Motorman on the trams. He died 30 May 1927.
Pair: £200    
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Natal Medal  1906   TPR A. CAIRNIE. NATAL CARBINEERS.   £220         image
Confirmed on roll. Andrew Cairnie served with the 2nd Imperial Light Horse and Driscoll's Scouts during the Boer War. A Medal Index card also exists for Pte Andrew Cairnie, Army veterinary Corps, which also has Driscoll's Scouts" written at top. He appears on a list of passengers from Matadi, Congo to Plymouth, arriving 31 March 1916.

Natal Medal  1906   PTE: H. PAYNE, DURBAN LIGHT INFANTRY.     £195              image
Comfirmed on roll.

Natal Medal  1906   L.CPL: W.S. WILINSON, TRANSVAAL MTD. RIFLES.    £195    image
Confirmed on roll.

Natal Medal  1906   SUB. LEADER C.E. WALKER, UMSINGA MIL: RES:  £200     image
Confirmed on roll.

Natal Medal  1906   PTE: C. LOWE, LANCS. & YORKS. CONTG.        £225          image
Comfirmed on roll. Evening Star (30 May 1906) "The Government has accepted the offer of the Transvaal York and Lancaster Association to raise 150 fully-equipped men to take part in the operations against Bambaata.

Natal Medal   LEADER C. WATSON, NEWCASTLE DIV: RES:    £200         image
Confirmed on roll.

Natal Medal   S:Q:M:S: S. WOLFERSTAN, ROYSTON'S HORSE.  £200        image
Squadron Quartermaster Sergeant. Confirmed on roll. There was a Stanley Henry Pipe Wolferstan who served in the Boer War with 31 Company Imperial Yeomanry and is shown as medal roll as Pte S. Wolferstan. He was discharged in November 1900 at his own request. Born about 1880 and educated at Polkington School, York he had been studying for the Indian Civil Service when he enlisted in February 1900.

Natal Medal  TPR. J. CAMPBELL, UMVOTI MTD. RIFLES.   £1795       image
Confirmed on roll.