Listed as a single Belmont but clearly a Belfast clasp.
Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 1 clasp, Belmont (27239. Sapr. D. C. Chivers. R.E.); King’s South Africa 1901-02, 2 clasps (27239. Sapr. D. C. Chivers. R.E.); 1914-15 Star (41072 Dvr: D. C. Chivers. R.E.); British War and Victory Medals (41072 Dvr. D. C. Chivers. R.E.)
I have a QSA named to 3709 Tpr W Cope, SA Light Horse, single clasp Belfast. The roll extract shows him originating from the 5th Lancers, and a handwritten note "Killed". However I cannot find any reference to him, or his death.
This would comprise a very rare single clasp Belfast QSA to a colonial unit.
I had a look for "3709 Tpr. W.Cope SALH" in the Palmer casualty roll and no luck. I had a look in my Cavalry CD and there are only x2 "W.Copes" on that; 4314 Cpl and 4615 Pte and both from 12th Lancers. A mystery, indeed.
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