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India Medal 1895,bars,'Punjab Frontier 1897-98', 'Tirah 1897-98', correct style of running script engraved naming (3238 Pte. F. Smith, 1st. Bn.Ryl.W.Surr.Regt.); Queen's South Africa Medal, bars,'Tugela Heights', 'Orange Free State', 'Relief of Ladysmith', 'Transvaal', 'Laing's Nek', officially impressed naming (3238 Pte., F. Smith, Rl:Wt:Surrey Regt.); King's South Africa Medal, bars, 'South Africa 1901', 'South Africa 1902', officially impressed naming (3238 Pte., F. Smith,The Queen's) : (FRED SMITH - Born around 1871 at Andover, Hampshire, a carter by trade on the date of attestation at Guildford, 10 October 1890 : Posted to 1st. Battalion and served at Home until 23 December 1891 when sent for service in Malta : The Battalion was posted to India from 17 January 1895 and subsequently took part in the Tirah Campaign of 1897-98, returning to England on 20 October 1898, when the recipient was transferred to Army Reserve : With the outbreak of the Second Boer War the recipient was recalled to Active Service and transferred to the 2nd.Battalion : Served in South Africa from 20 October 1899 until 5 August 1902 : WOUNDED IN THE ACTION at Spearman's Camp on 21 January 1900 : Returned Home from 6 August 1902 and was discharged on 9 October 1902 then having completed twelve years service.) : Sold with verification, copy Service Papers and copy Casualty Roll entry : GVF - NEF - £625