Mike, I agree with Adrian, a really superb pair and these medals are not only hard to find, but, on occasion when they do actually turn up, they are becoming very expensive indeed to acquire.
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From Find My Past
First name(s) T C
Last name Bruce
Service number 2609
Regiment Cape Mounted Rifles
Other regiments/units Unit: Cape Mounted Rifles, Rank: Private, Number: 2609
Rolls WO100/241 page 18
Notes QSA Clasps: We,W,CC,T KSA Clasps: SA01,SA02
Recently joined and am really enjoying the discussions on this forum. Some of the medals listed are really special.
I have been going through my rather neglected collection - mainly put together in the 1990s - and I do have quite a few Wepeners.
Here they are:
Cape of Good Hope General service Medal bars “Transkei”, “Basutoland”, QSA five bars CC, Wepener, Tr, Witt, SA1901.
883 JR Jessop, Kaffrn Rifles (ex-Baker’s Horse). (confirmed on Forsyth roll)
Severely wounded Tabaksburg Jan 29th, 1901.
QSA four bars CC, Wepener, Wittebergen, Belfast : KSA two bars SA01, SA02.
5124 Tpr WL Smith, Brabant’s Horse on QSA: 1703 Tpr WL Smith, Kitchener’s Fighting Scouts on KSA
(not listed as a casualty). (On roll as 5124 William Smith)
A WL Smith, S. Africa Inf. Died in WW1 7/10/18.
QSA two bars CC, Wepener. KSA two bars SA01, SA02,
925 Pte H Nixon, Kaffrarian Rifles & 3121 Pte. H Nixon, DEOVR, respectively.
QSA four bars, CC, Wepener, Tr, Witt
4133 Tpr. PJ Bailey, Brabant’s Horse (not listed as a casualty) (with clasp
verification, roll confirms - Percy John)
QSA four bars, Cape Colony, Wepener, Transvaal, Wittebergen (GVF)
1164 Sgt. H Fennessy Brabant’s Horse (not listed as a casualty) (confirmed on roll – Hugh Fennessy)
QSA four bars, Cape Colony, Wepener, Transvaal, Wittebergen
489 Pte JK Perkins, Kaffrn Rifles (not listed as a casualty)