Queen’s South Africa Medal RAMC Disease Casualty 1900

£155.00

1st Volunteer Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

FMP Snip summary

FMP Snip summary

 

Description

Queen’s South Africa Medal RAMC Disease Casualty 1900

QSA with Cape Colony clasp and Wittebergen clasp named to:

13452 PTE. F. W. OWLES. R.A.M.C.

Royal Army Medical Corps. This medal and clasps are confirmed on the Medal roll, see image attached.

Frederick William Owles was born in Leiston, Suffolk, 1875. He died at Bethlehem, South Africa 27th November 1900 of disease. His probate was registered in Brighton.

St Margaret Church Leiston Suffolk

St Margaret Church Leiston Suffolk

 

The FMP records, snapshot attached, show that he was attached 1st Volunteer Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment. Memorials St Peter, Old Steine. East wall. 1 Vol bn Sussex Regiment, Brighton, East Sussex, England; Gun Hill Road. Memorial. RAMC, Aldershot, Hampshire, England; Christchurch Park. Statue. County, Ipswich, Suffolk, England

 

 

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