Queen's South Africa Medal 3 Clasps
Code: QSARFA
£ 195.00
2nd Bty Royal Field Artillery Died 1904
A Queen's South Africa medal with 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal and Wittebergen with ghost dates to Driver Walter Sidney Berry of the 2nd Battery Royal Field Artillery who died at Mooi River, South Africa 7th July 1904 while on active duty when he was run over by a Wagon and recieved a ruptured liver

Naming
31983 DVR: W.S. BERRY, 2ND BTY: R.F.A. 
Correctly impressed

Condition
Very good to excellent

Other Information
Born Amptill, Bedfordshire. Medal and clasps confirmed on roll, also entitled to the KSA. Comes with copied research
A Queen's South Africa medal with 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Transvaal and Wittebergen with ghost dates to Driver Walter Sidney Berry of the 2nd Battery Royal Field Artillery who died at Mooi River, South Africa 7th July 1904 while on active duty when he was run over by a Wagon and recieved a ruptured liver

Naming
31983 DVR: W.S. BERRY, 2ND BTY: R.F.A. 
Correctly impressed

Condition
Very good to excellent

Other Information
Born Amptill, Bedfordshire. Medal and clasps confirmed on roll, also entitled to the KSA. Comes with copied research
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