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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-BUGDALE NORFOLK REGIMENT-FROM LITTLE SNORING NORFOLK
Queens South Africa Medal(very clear ghost dates) clasps:CAPE COLONY/PAARDEBERG/JOHANNESBURG,Named to:
2353 PTE T BUGDALE NORFOLK REGT.
Medal nearly extremely fine,a few light scratches to right of bust (pawnbokers' marks?).
Thomas Bugdale was born in Little Snoring in March 1865.He was a Labourer aged 23 years 9 months when he joined the Norfolk Regiment on 18th December 1888.Serving at the depot, he transferred to the 1st Battalion on 3rd December 1889 and travelled to India where he served for 7 years.He transferred to the Army Reserve,but was recalled in 1899 and served in South Africa .He was discharged time expired on 31st December,1901.
Comes with a large amount of copied research-papers,census returns, medal roll (clasps confirmed)and a synopsis of his career.

Code: 51998Price:


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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-MILLS NORFOLK REGIMENT
Queens South Africa Medal,clasps:CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL.NAMED TO: 2541 CPL.A MILLS NORFOLK REGT.
About fine to very fine,edge bruise.
Ebenezer Gabriel Mills was born in the parish of St.Martins,Norwich,in 1875.He attested for the 4th Militia Battalion Norfolk Regiment on 28th December,1892,giving his christian name as Albert.On 3rd April 1900 Albert attested for the Militia Reserve.He was attached to the 2nd Battalion for service in South Africa.He was discharged upon termination of his engagement on 27th December, 1902.On the 11th May 1905,he re-enlisted in the Norfolk Regiment in Norwich,and interestingly his employers were given as Maskelyne and Cooke of London,the famous magicians and illusionists!
He was finally discharged as being "medically unfit" 4th May 1908.
Sold with copied service papers,census returns, etc,and a synopsis of his career and life.

Code: 51995Price:


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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-LONG NORFOLK REGIMENT
Queens South Africa Medal,no clasp,named to:
295 PTE D LONG NORFOLK REGT.
Medal about good very fine.
Dennis Long was born in 1874 in St Germans, Kings Lynn.He joined the Militia Reserve 3rd Battalion Norfolk Regiment in Norwich on 2nd June,1896.He served in South Africa,and qualified for the Q.S.A. with clasps for Cape Colony and Orange Free State,and the King's South Africa Medal.
Sold with copied attestation papers, medal roll, etc

Code: 51993Price: 85.00 GBP


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INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-BURMA 1887-89 BOWEN 2ND BATTALION NORFOLK REGIMENT
India General Service Medal,clasp: BURMA 1887-89 Named to:
1328 PTE A BOWEN 2ND BN NORFOLK REGT.
Medal good very fine,a couple of small e/nicks,suspension a little slack.
Allen William Bowen was born in 1864 in Hoxton,London.He joined the Norfolk Regiment in in London on 28th April, 1885.He was transferred to the 2nd Battalion on being posted to India, and served in Burma.He was Court martialled in 1891 for using "insubordinate language" and sentenced to 28 days in prison with hard labour.He was discharged in 1897.He was recalled for Army service,and served in South Africa, and is entitled to a 2 clasp Q.S.A, clasps Cape Colony and Paardeberg.Discharged on termination of his engagement on 7th April 1902,he then attested for the 4th Norfolk Reserve Division of Militia in Stratford 16th October, 1903,then living in Battersea.He was finally discharged in 1907 and died in 1941. aged 78 years.
Sold with a large amount of copied research-papers,census returns, death cert etc.etc.

Code: 51992Price:


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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-COOPER NORFOLK REGIMENT
Queens South Africa Medal,clasps;CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE.Named to: 3195 PTE E COOPER NORFOLK REGT.
Medal about extremely fine.
Elijah Cooper was born in Preston Green,Tibbenham,Norfolk in 1877.
A shoe maker,he attested for the 3rd Battalion Norfolk Regiment in 1895.Attesting for the Militia Reserve in 1897,he joined the 3rd Battalion on it's embodiment in January 1900,and was sent to South Africa.Elijah was discharged time expired in 1905.In the 1911 census he is shown as living in Tibbenham Street.He died in 1958.
Sold with copied papers,census returns, etc

Code: 51990Price: 110.00 GBP


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CRIMEA MEDAL-CHARLES GILBERT-72ND REGT-KILLED IN ACTION BEFORE SEBASTOPOL-08/07/1855
Crimea Medal,clasp SEBASTOPOL,named to: C GILBERT 72ND REGT.( Officially impressed naming)
Medal about good very fine.
Charles Gilbert 72nd Regt was killed in action before Sebastopol on 08/07/1855.

Code: 51984Price:


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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL-PTE A TURNER NORFOLK REGT
Queens South Africa Medal,no clasp.
Named to: 3447 PTE A TURNER NORFOLK REGT
About fine,several edge nicks and bruises.
Entitled to Transvaal,and South Africa 1902 clasps
Albert Turner was born in November 1877,in Runham Vauxhall Great Yarmouth.He served for 21 years and received the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in 1913.
Comes with copied research,medal rolls, etc.

Code: 51964Price: 80.00 GBP


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INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL CLASPS BURMA 1885/7 AND 1887-89-JAMES-NO 8 BATTERY IST BRIGADE LONDON DIVISION ROYAL ARTILLERY
India General Service Medal, calsps: BURMA 1885/7 and BURMA 1887-89 Named to: 43091 GUNNER J JAMES NO 8 BY 1ST BDE Ln Dn R.A.
Medal about very fine, edge bruise,second clsp attached to ribbon

Code: 51931Price: 185.00 GBP


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INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASPS HAZARA 1891 AND SAMANA 1891 TO BAYLISS KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS
India General Service Medal (1854) clasps: HAZARA 1891/SAMANA 1891.Named to: 5031 PTE H BAYLISS 1ST BN K.R.R.C.
Medal very fine or better,a couple of small edge bruises,suspension a little loose.Clasps confirmed on rolls

Code: 51930Price: 255.00 GBP


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AFGHANISTAN MEDAL TO DAVEY 2/11TH REGIMENT (DEVONS_
Afghanistan Medal 1878-79-80.Named to: 828 PTE J DAVEY 2/11TH REGT
Medal about very fine or better,dark toned on original ribbon.
James Davey was born in Woodbury,Exeter,Devon, in 1857 He attested for the Devon Regt on 30th December, 1876.
Full set of papers available online

Code: 51929Price:

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