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Natal 10 months 1 week ago #66884

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Another present for IL, spotted at Britannia yesterday. The miniatires accompany his full size mendals.

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Natal 8 months 1 week ago #67624

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QSA (1) Natal (809 TPR. T. V. THOMPSON BETHUNE'S M.I.)
BWM and VM (DVR. T.V. THOMSPSON S.A.S.C.)
Pretoria Citizen's Service Medal

Also entitled to the SA01 clasp.
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QSA (1) Natal (14674 Pte. E. Browne. A.S.C.)

E. Browne died of enteric fever at Mooi River on 12 June 1900.
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QSA (1) Natal (1384 Pte. W. J. James. Middlesex Regt.)

W J James attested for the Middlesex Regiment and served with the 2nd Battalion in South Africa during the Boer War. He died of enteric fever at Ladysmith on 26 May 1900.

Only 1 Officer and 21 other ranks of the Middlesex Regiment awarded the single clasp ‘Natal’.
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Natal 1 month 2 weeks ago #71097

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I certainly think that is a very pleasing example to a recipient in the Steel Backs, James was subsequently buried in Ladysmith Town cemetery, I wonder how much his medal will fetch.



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QSA (1) Natal (1384 Pte. W. J. James. Middlesex Regt.)

W J James attested for the Middlesex Regiment and served with the 2nd Battalion in South Africa during the Boer War. He died of enteric fever at Ladysmith on 26 May 1900.

Only 1 Officer and 21 other ranks of the Middlesex Regiment awarded the single clasp ‘Natal’.

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[ IGS 1895 (1) PF 97-8 ]
QSA (1) Natal (2049. Pte. V. I. Imray, Rl. W. Surrey Regt.)

Victor Imray was invalided from the Boer War.
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