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Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony  4241 PTE J. HARWOOD, L.N. LANC: REGT   £80
John Harwood was born in Manchester and enlisted in the 3rd Loyal North Lancashire Regiment (Militia) July 1896, aged 17. Served in South Africa May December 1899 to March 1902.
Entitled to South Africa 1901 and 1902 clasps.


Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Orange Free State/Relief of Ladysmith  5644 PTE G. SKELTON. 1: Y: & LANC: REGT   £90 RESERVED
clasps confirmed on roll.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Tugela Heights/Orange Free State/Relief of Ladysmith/Transvaal/Laing's Nek 2175 CPL E.R. SUTCLIFFE, 1ST YK: & LANC: REGT £120  RESERVED
Emil Sutcliffe was born in Keighley and enlisted Janaury 1898, aged 22. To Reserve 1896. Recalled November 1899.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State  4050 Pte. T. SIMMONS. Glouc. Rgt.    £90
Thomas Simmons was born in Bristol and enlisted August 1893, aged 20. Served in Malta, Egypt and India (1st Bn) and with 2nd Battalion in South Africa. Discharged May 1901. His service papers are stamped DECEASED.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State  3025 BOMB: WHLR: C. TABOR. 39TH BTY., R.F.A.     £120
Charles Tabor was born in Ryde, Isle of Wight and enlisted January 1900, aged 30. He was a wheelright by trade. Served in South Africa. Discharged March 1901. His mother lived at Myrtle Cottage, East Side, Isle of Wight. In 1911 he was a domestic gardener, living in William Street, Ryde.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal/South Africa 1901  21320 TPR: F. TAYLOR. 1ST COY IMP: YEO:     £100
Frank Taylor was born in Taunton, Somerset and enlisted January 1901, aged 23. He was a groom by trade. Served in South Africa March 1901 to Ocvtober 1901. Discharged November 1901. His father lived in Plassey Street, Cardiff.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State  4100 PTE J. MC CRORY. S. LANC: REGT     £120
Clasps confirmed on roll. Served with 3rd Battalion.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  3867 PTE W. JONES, GLOUC: REGT     £80  RESERVED
Frank Taylor was born in Weston under Penyard, Herefordshire and enlisted January 1893, aged 18. Served in Malta, Egypt, India and then South Africa October to December 1900. Served with 1st Battalion and should have been issued the Natal clasp and not Cape Colony.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony/Transvaal/Wittebergen  36286 SGT CR: MR: G.H. CECIL, 79TH BTY: R.F.A.     £120
George Harry Cecil was born in Brighton, Sussex and enlisted December 1892, aged 14, with the rank Boy. Appointed Trumpeter 1884. Collar Maker 1889. Corporal Collar Maker 1895. Sergeant Collar Maker 1899. Staff Sergeant
Saddler 1902. Served in South Africa November 1899 to September 1902 (entitled to King's South Africa Medal). Discharged December 1902 in Sheffield and lived in Marlcliffe Road, Sheffield. 
October 1914 enlisted into the Royal Artillery but was discharged in December 1914.