1914/15 STAR TRIO-AND I.G.S.(WAZIRISTAN 1919-21) TO CAPTAIN RUPERT ARTHUR DRIVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT AND 1-26 PUNJABIS-SERIOUSLY WOUNDED 1915 1914/15 STAR TRIO-AND I.G.S.(WAZIRISTAN 1919-21) TO CAPTAIN RUPERT ARTHUR DRIVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT AND 1-26 PUNJABIS-SERIOUSLY WOUNDED 1915 1914/15 STAR TRIO-AND I.G.S.(WAZIRISTAN 1919-21) TO CAPTAIN RUPERT ARTHUR DRIVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT AND 1-26 PUNJABIS-SERIOUSLY WOUNDED 1915

1914/15 STAR TRIO-AND I.G.S.(WAZIRISTAN 1919-21) TO CAPTAIN RUPERT ARTHUR DRIVER SUFFOLK REGIMENT AND 1-26 PUNJABIS-SERIOUSLY WOUNDED 1915

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 2/LIEUT R.A.DRIVER.SUFF.R. (CAPT on pair)
India General Service Medal(1908) clasp: WAZIRISTAN 1919-21 Named to: CAPT.R.A.DRIVER.1-26 PJBIS
Medals good very fine
Rupert Arthur Driver was born in Southampton The Son of J.B. Driver, a Headmaster. He was was employed as Assistant Master at Eversley School, Southwold prior to the Great War. He served with the 7th (Service) Battalion Suffolk Regiment in the French theatre of war from 27th October 1915.He was "seriously " wounded in France on November 1st 1915-head chest and abdomen. Driver was attached to the 2/19 Punjabis Indian Army in May 1917, and transferred to the Indian Army permanently as Lieutenant in May the following year. Advancing to Captain in 1919,he was attached for service with the 1/26th Punjabis in Waziristan. After the War he followed in his Father's footsteps and was employed as a school master. In later life he resided at 4, Burton Villas, Hove, Sussex, and died in November 1965 at Paddington General Hospital, London.

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