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Sold with copy papers which record much active service during the Peninsular War.

Capt 31-8-1954 - Regular Army National Service Officer.

A., on 5-4-1916 with the 6th Bn., in Mesopotamia and is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.

Died of disease on 20-6-1900 & buried in President Avenue Cemetery, Bloemfontein.

Recipient died of injuries caused by an accident on the railway at Kimberley on 4-7-1901.

- Verified on roll for Action at Shubkudder on 2nd Jan.

Also entitled to Afghan 1878-80 Medal without clasp. (Researchers report states killed) Roll shows entitlement to Atbara clasp. Sold with copy of roll which lists recipient as deceased. He was born in Hindon, Wiltshire, and was employed as a labourer prior to enlistment on 8-3-1838. Was present during the whole of the Campaign of 1854-55, during which period he was never absent from his duty, sickness or any other cause. Wilde against the Bazotee Black Mountain Tribes 3-. which shows service in Gallipoli and entitled to S.