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Queen's South Africa Medal, bars, 'Cape Colony', 'South Africa 1902', officially impressed naming (2417 E. Surrey Regt.); 1914 Star with original 'Aug-Nov 1914' clasp (7318 1/Devon R.); British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-19 (7318 Devon R.) : (THOMAS J. LAW - Served in South Africa with 'B' Company, 4th.(Militia) Battalion, East Surrey Regiment, formed from the 3rd.Royal Surrey Militia in 1881 which was also a reserve Battalion : It was embodied on 4 December 1899, disembodied on 12 July 1901 and then re-embodied again for service during the Second Boer War in South Africa : Some 850 Officers and men returned to Southampton by the SS.'Tagus' in October 1902 following the end of the war, and was disbanded at Kingston Barracks : He subsequently enlisted into the Regular Army and on 22 August 1914 he entered France with 1st.Battalion, Devonshire Regiment and with the exception of a period of five months spent in Italy, served continuously in France from August 1914 until November 1918 : The war cost the Battalion, whose total strength at any one time should have been 800 men, more than 1150 killed and three times that number wounded : Upon discharge the recipient gave his proposed residence as 14 Miranda Road, St Johns Road, Highgate, London N19 .) : Sold with verification and related research : Mounted on wearing bar: Very light contact marks generally GVF - £445