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Help identifying clasp entitlement 761 Corporal P. Boyd Durban Light Infantry 2 weeks 5 days ago #64543

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Can anyone assist me in finding out the clasp entitlements for this man or help steer me in the right direction. I can find him on the roll but not what his clasps were. I have the disc only in good condition which I hope to restore with replacement ribbon and clasps. Thank you very much. Jeremy

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Help identifying clasp entitlement 761 Corporal P. Boyd Durban Light Infantry 2 weeks 5 days ago #64544

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A quick look on WO100/260 (roll for amongst other units, the Durban L.I.) shows "761 Cpl. P.N.Boyd" of the DLI as entitled to clasps Relief of Ladysmith and Transvaal on his QSA. Others on this site may be able to assist you further. Good on you for looking to restore his medal.
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Help identifying clasp entitlement 761 Corporal P. Boyd Durban Light Infantry 2 weeks 5 days ago #64548

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Hello Jeremy

Your man was in the Durban Light Infantry Cyclist Corps under Lieutenant Goulding.

This a write up done on the use of bicycles during the ABW

samilitaryhistory.org/vol041dm.html

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