A clasp inscribed "Wittebergen" will be granted to all troops who were inside a line drawn from Harrismith to Bethlehem, thence to Senekal and Clocolan, along the Basuto border, and back to Harrismith, between July 1st and 29th, 1900, both dates inclusive.
QSA (1) Wittebergen (Guide J. W. Archbell. F.I.D.) officially re-impressed naming.
The Wittebergen clasp is listed on the FID roll WO100/201p31 with no other clasps identified.
There is a query on whether this man served in the Harrismith VLH, number 105.
The Archbell on the Harrismith roll (WO100/281p163) has initial F and the clasps OFS and SA01. A note says the SA02 clasp was recovered as he was not entitled. There is nothing on the HVLH roll to link the two.