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Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal/South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902 5272 PTE I. GALLAGHER. RL: LANC: REGT M.I. £120
Clasps confirmed. Served with 16th 
Battalion Mounted Infantry.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal 88169 GNR: T. ELMER, R.F.A. £95
Clasps confirmed on roll. Thomas Elmer was born in 1872 and enlisted in 1891. He served in South Africa with 9th Divisional Ammunition Column. He was discharged 31 December 1903 and settled in Wix, Essex. 
In 1921 census he was working at the Royal Navy Mining Depot at Wrabness, Essex.

Queen's South Africa Medal 6513 GNR: C.W. GREEN E.D. R.G.A. £100
Charles William Green was born in London and enlisted October 1898, aged 19. Served in St. Helena from April 1898 to 27 August 1903. During the Boer War, Boer POWs were held on the island. Served in India 1908-09, Aden 1909-12 and in India from January 1912 to April 1919. His Medal Index Card shows entitlement to a 1914/15 Star trio for service aboard H.M.S. Hardinge in 1914. Discharged May 1919. Awarded the Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal 1917.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Orange Free State/ Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal 76627 DVR: A. NEWMAN, R.F.A.  £120 
Albert Newman was born in Essex and enlisted January 1890, aged 18. Served in India, and in South Africa November 1899 to May 1902. Discharged September 1902. Clasps confirmed on rolls.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony 92397 SGT T. EWEN, 15TH W.D., R.G.A. £95
Thomas Ewen was born in Essex and enlisted January 1890, aged 18. Served in South Africa, China, Straits Settlements, India, Hong Kong and Ceylon. Discharged August 1913. Awarded China Medal 1900 and the Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal in 1911.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Transvaal/South Africa 1901/ South Africa 1902 1209 GNR: H. GOUGH. 6TH COY W.D. R.G.A.
British War Medal          337521 CPL. H. GOUGH. R.A.
Victory Medal                 337521 CPL. H. GOUGH. R.A.
Imperial Service Medal HENRY GOUGH.
Includes original Certificate of Employment during the war, Certificate of Demobilization, Award document for his Imperial Service Medal, Protection Certificate, and Statement of Post Office Career.

Henry Gough was born in Bristol and joined the Post Office as a Telegraph Messenger May 1893 and was a Postman in April 1898, but resigned in September. Enlisted October 1899, aged 18. Served in South Africa February 1901 to February 1902, Mauritius, India and was transferred to the Reserve in December 1907. He rejoined the Post Office in London in April 1908 as Assistant Postman. Became Postman in January 1909 and retired in May 1939. He rejoined the Army in November 1915 and was a signaller with the Royal Garrison Artillery, Lowland Divisional Ammunition Column. He was discharged May 1919.
Group of Four: £150

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free Stat/South Africa 1901 6264 PTE J.J. MCKAY. Glouc: Rgt. SOLD
Clasps confirmed on roll. 2nd
Battalion.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Relief of Ladysmith /Transvaal/Laings Nek 96298 CPL. G.G. LENNON, 16TH S.D. R.G.A.
King's South Africa Medal South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902 96298 CPL. G.G. LENNON, 16TH S.D. R.G.A.
British War Medal SR-4498 SJT. G.G. LENNON. R.A.
Victory Medal       SR-4498 SJT. G.G. LENNON. R.A.
George Gibson Lennon was born in Liverpool and enlisted March 1893, aged 20. Served in Ceylon, Malta, South Africa, and Mauritius. Discharged 1906. MIC
Group of Four: £200

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony / Tugela Heights / Relief of Ladysmith  9464 SERJT: G. PACEY. YORK & LANC: REGT  £120  RESERVED
George Pacey was born in Sidcup, Kent, but was living in Spring View Road, Sheffield when he enlisted in the 3rd militia battalion in April 1901, aged 19. His trade was painter. He was embodied December 1901 for service in South Africa. Corporal February 1902. Disembodied September 1902 and discharged February 1903. In 1911 he was living in Birmingham and working as a coach painter.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Transvaal/Wittebergen  30165 GNR. J. SULLIVAN, 77TH BTY., R.F.A.   £90
Jeremiah Sullivan was born in Wexford and enlisted September 1898, aged 18. Served in South Africa November 1899 to May 1902. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal. To Reserve September 1905. Mobilized August 1914 and to France 24 December 1914. To Labour Corps April 1918 and discharged October 1919 with a silver war badge. Entitled to 1914/15 Star trio.  


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/South Africa 1901  5673 PTE E. RILEY. L.N. LANC: REGT.   £80
Edward Riley was born in Preston and enlisted 3rd (Militia) Battalion August 1898, aged 18. Embodied in South Africa December 1899 and disembodied March 1902. Discharged August 1908. 
There is a Pte Edward Riley who served with the 5th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment in WW1 (15 star trio and SWB - wounds) but is it the same man?

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Wittebergen  197 PTE F. EDEN. 2ND COY 1ST IMPL: YEO:
King's South Africa Medal   
South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  197 PTE F.E. EDEN. IMP: YEO:
Natal Medal  1906  TPR. F.E. EDEN, NATAL POLICE.
Frederick Ernest Eden was born in Devizes, Wiltshire and enlisted into the Imperial Yeomanry in January 1900, aged 20. Served in South Africa from March 1900 to February 1901.
He was dicharged April 1901 "at his own request." In September 1901 he re-enlisted into the Imperial Yeomanry, going to South Africa in October 1901 and returning in September 1902. He was discharged again on his return. On 20 December he sailed back to Natal on the ship Galician.
Pair: SOLD
 


Queen's South Africa Medal Tugela Heights/Orange Free State/Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal/Laing's Nek  2992 PTE F. ONSLOW. R. LANC: REGT
King's South Africa Medal   
South Africa 1901/South Africa 1902  
2992 PTE F. ONSLOW. RL: LANC: REGT
Frederick Virgo Onslow was born in Portsmouth and enlisted in the Royal Artillery October 1889, aged 18. In July 1890 he transferred to the Royal Lancaster Regiment. Served in India and South Africa December 1899 to July 1902, when he was discharged. 
Pair: £200  
RESERVED

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange free State/Transvaal/Laing's Nek  2321 PTE C. PHILLIPS, LANC: FUS:    SOLD
Charles Phillips was born in Shrewsbury and enlisted August 1887 under the name Thomas Ryan, aged 20.  In 1889 he was found to have fraudulently enlisted and is noted as being "1725 Pte Charles Phillips, South Wales Borderers." Transferred to the Reserve 1895. Recalled for service in South Africa.
Later enlisted 18th Lancashire Fusiliers (12644) and also served with 1st Garrison Bn Leicestershire Regiment (29246) and 9th Royal Defence Corps (60985).

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony  71784 DVR: A. SWADKIN, 44TH BTY: R.F.A.    £90
Albert Taylor was born in Birmingham and enlisted as Albert Swadkin in March 1889, aged 19. In August 1891 he was tried and imprisoned. In July 1893 tried and imprisoned again. To Reserve 1897. Recalled December 1899 and posted to 44th Battery. July 1900 tried and imprisoned. Discharged April 1902. 
A man named Albert Swadkins was serving with 7th D.A.C., R.F.A. in France in October 1914. His 1914 Star was forfeited and he transferred to 3rd Essex Regiment June 1915. Possibly the same "troubled" man?


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Relief of Ladysmith  85473 DVR. J. REEVES. 63RD BTY..R.F.A  SOLD
John Reeves was born in London and enlisted July 1891, aged 18. To Reserve January 1899. Tried and imprisoned by civl power August 1899. Recalled October 1899 and to South Africa.
Died of enteric at Ladysmith 8 April 1900.

Queen's South Africa Medal Belmont/Modder River/Orange Free State  20242 GNR: J.E. RUNCORN, 75TH BTY: R.F.A.  £200
Medal rolls shows entitlement to Transvaal and South Africa 1901 clasps as well as three on the medal.


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  3663 PTE A. SHAW, LANC: FUS:  £90
Served with 6th Battalion and also entitled to South Africa 1901 clasp.


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal  83464 GNR. M. SINOTT. 78TH BTY, R.F.A.   £100
Mark Sinott was from Wicklow, Ireland and enlisted in January 1891, aged 18. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal. Discharged January 1903.