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QUEEN'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL - WILTSHIRE REGIMENT :

Bars, 'Cape Colony', 'Transvaal', 'Wittebergen', 'South Africa 1901' - officially impressed naming - 3483 Private J.GORDON, 2nd.Wilts: Regt. : (JAMES GORDON - Born in the Parish of St Thomas, Glasgow, Lanarkshire around 1870, a labourer residing at Shadwell, London on the date of attestation for the Rifle Brigade, 9 April 1894 : Initially posted to 5th.Battalion : Reported absent from training and struck off on 27 May 1895 : Taken on and sentenced by Commanding Officer 10 August 1896 : To Army Reserve 19 August 1899 : Re-called for service with Regular Forces and appointed to Wiltshire Regiment for service in South Africa, 18 April 1900 : Transferred to Wiltshire Regiment from 5 March 1901: Shown on Medal Rolls as "Attached from 5 Rifle Bde. : To England 13.2.01" : Discharged "Time Expired" on 8 April 1905.) : Last Bar awarded in March 1903, retained by unofficial rivets.) : Sold with verification and copy Service Papers NEF - £165