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QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL : CITY OF LONDON IMPERIAL VOLUNTEERS :

Bars, 'Cape Colony', 'Transvaal', 'Wittebergen', officially impressed naming - 1512 Gnr. J.S.DYSON, CIV. : (JOSEPH SAMUEL DYSON - The son of Edward Carson Dyson and Emma Dyson, was a member of the 1st. City of London Artillery Volunteers who served in South Africa attached to the Honourable Artillery Company contingent of the City of London Imperial Volunteers (CIV.) : He died of enteric fever at Pretoria on 25 October 1900 : Having taken his discharge in South Africa the sum of £100 from the Relief Fund was paid to his mother : A bronze plaque commemorating the recipient was placed in St Michael's Church, Stoke Newington where it remains to this day. The medal was in the collection of the late Jack Webb and was last sold by Dix, Noonan, Webb in their auction of 20 August 2020.) : Sold with verification; copy entry Casualty Roll; copy extract taken from "The HAC. In South Africa" and related research NEF - £350