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INDIA MUTINY MEDAL-CLASP DELHI-TO WILLIAM KILLEEN 1ST BATTALION, 60TH RIFLES-DIED OF SUNSTROKEIndia Mutiny Medal,clasp: DELHI.Named to: W.KILLEEN 1ST.BN 60TH RIFLES.
Medal about extremely fine,a few marks in obverse field.
William Killeen died of long-de-soleil (sunstroke) on 12/09/1857.
Comes with research by Ivan Mortenson,detailing the movements anf actions of the 60th Rifles up to the death of Killeen,copy Medal roll,etc.
Code: 52181Price: 475.00 GBP
GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP PALESTINE-HAMPTON ESSEX REGIMENTGenaral Service Medal (1918-62) Georege VI, clasp: PALESTINE Named to: 6011962 PTE.L.HAMPTON.ESSEX R.
Medal about good very fine,toned
Code: 52176Price: 128.00 GBP
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO SMITH NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,2nd type (ghost dates) clasps: PAARDEBERG/CAPE COLONY/TRANSVAAL.Named to:
1664 PTE W SMITH NORFOLK REGT.
Medal about good very fine,toned.
William Smith was born in December,1867 in Kirby Bedon,Norfolk.
He was serving with the 3rd Militia Battalion Norfolk Regiment, when he attested for the Norfolk Regiment proper, in Great Yarmouth on 15th February 1886.He served in Gibraltar and India,and was transferred to the reserve on 21st February 1894.He was recalled to Army service 26th December,1899 and went to South Africa on 4th January 1900.He was invalided home on 29th April 1901, and discharged time expired on 30th April 1902.
On the 1911 census he is living with his family at Home Farm,Downham,Wymondham,Norfolk,and was desribed as a Farm Bailiff.He rejoined the Norolk Regiment on 19th October, 1914.He served with the 4th Battalion on local Guard duties,and then transferred to the Royal Defence Corps,before finally being transferred to the Labour Corps Agricultural Company.He was disembodied, in Nottingham, 9th March,1919.
Sold with copied service papers, census returns, etc,and a well written synopsis of his life and career.
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-HUTCHISON 2ND VOLUNTEER BATTALION-.NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,2nd type reverse,clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/JOHANNESBURG/SOUTH AFRICA 1901.Named to: 5491 W.D.HUTCHISON.2ND V.B.NORFOLK REGT.
Medal about very fine or better.
Clasps confirmed on roll.
No papers found.
Code: 52150Price: 250.00 GBP
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO PORTER NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Afrrica Medal,3rd type reverse,calsps: TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Medal about good very fine, and dark toned.
Arthur Cooper Porter was born in Eaton Socon,Bedfordshire in 1870,the son of unmarried Mother Hannah Porter.In 1878 Hannah married Joseph Wagg in the Norwich District and by 1881 they were living at Station Street, Docking.In the 1901 and 1911 census Hannah is living at the Docking Postmill.Arthur enlisted in the Norfolk Regiment in Norwich on the 8th November 1892,his trade given as Baker.Originally serving at the Depot, he transferred to the 2nd Btn.,and then the 1st Btn,going to India 30th September,1893.He went to South Africa on 11th February 1902, and returned home 11th February 1903, and was discharged 7th November,1904.In 1911 he is listed as Landlord at the Oak Inn in Great Massingham.He died in 1931 aged 61 years.Sold with Service papers, census returns,etc., and a sypopsis of his carrer and life
KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-BODDY NORFOLK REGIMENTKing's South Africa Medal,no clasps,replacement suspension.
Named to: 4400 B.BODDY NORFOLK REGT
About fine,replacement suspension,the two letter D's on BODDY mostly erased.
Bernard Boddy was born in Harpley, King's Lynn,in 1876.He attested for the Norfolk Regiment on 6th November,1895.He went to Sourg Africa on 4th January 1900,and returned home on 11th February 1903,being discharged on 5th November,1907.The 1911 census shows Bernard,a bricklayer living with his wife at Brisley,North Elmham.He died in Wayland District in 1951 aged 75.In 1949 his original rare six clasp Q.S.A. with clasps Paardeberg,Driefontein,Diamond Hill,Wittebergen,and Relief of Kimberley, together with his K.S.A.,are recorded as being in the Regimental Collection.The Q.S.A.is still there,but the K.S.A evidently disposed of at a later date,te suspender and clasps removed then crudely replaced.
Sold with copied service papers, census returns, etc.Plus a well-written synopsis of his career and life
KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-WESTGATE NORFOLK REGIMENTking's South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA1902.
Named to: 2688 PTE A WESTGATE NORFOLK REGT.
Medal very fine or better, may have been rep;inned.
Arthur Westgate was born in Great Yarmouth in 1877.He attested for the Norfolk Regiment on 5th May,1893,his address given as no7,Row 135 Great Yarmouth.He was transferred to the Militia reserve on 2nd April,1900,He was recalled for service with the 2nd Battalion on 9th April 1900 and went to South Africa on 16th April 1900.He was discharged on 4th May,1903.He was entitled to a 3 clasp Queens South Africa Medal.Comes with copied service papers,sensus returns, etc.Also comes with a typed synopsis of his career.
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-TO BALE 1ST VOLUNTEER BTN NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,2nd type reverse,clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/JOHANNESBURG/SOUTH AFRICA 1901.Named to: 5474 CPL R.H.BALE 1ST V.B. NORFOLK REGT.
Medal about extremely fine.
Richard Henry Bale was born in South Heigham, Norwich in 1879.
He joined the Norfolk Regiment (1st Volunteer Btn) on 19th January 1900.He left for South Africa on 11th February 1900,transferring to the 2nd Btn.He gave his trade as an aprrentice Tin Smith, working with Johnson Burton and Theobold in Norwich.He died in Acle in 1953,aged 73 years
Sold with copied service record,census returns, medal roll, etc.Also comes with a well written synopsis of his service .
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL TO NURSING SISTER N CURRIEQueens South Africa Medal,3rd type reverse, no clasp,named to:
NURSING SISTER N CURRIE.
Medal about very fine or slightly better.
Medal confirmed on the Medal Roll for the Frontier Hospital, Queenstown.as Nesta Currie.
Code: 52140Price: 395.00 GBP
QUEENS SUDAN MEDAL TO DOBSON 1-LINCS RGTQueens Sudan M edal, named to:
3681 PTE A DOBSON 1.LIN R.
Medal about good very fine.
Alfred Dobson was born in Hull,Yorkshire in 1875.
He enlisted in the Lincolnshire Regiment on 11th October, 1893,aged 18 years.He served in Malta, Egypt, India,Gibraltar and at home.He wsa discharged in 1915 at the termination of his second period of engagement on 9th October,1915,having reached the rank of Co Sergt Major-Home service only in WW1.Full set of papers available online.
Code: 52113Price: 285.00 GBP
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