A Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 2 Clasps: Cape Colony, South Africa 1902, awarded to Private T. Richardson, 5th Militia Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, who saw service during the Boer War on operations in the Cape Colony during 1902.

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A Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 2 Clasps: Cape Colony, South Africa 1902, awarded to Private T. Richardson, 5th Militia Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment, who saw service during the Boer War on operations in the Cape Colony during 1902.

Queen’s South Africa Medal 1899-1902, 2 Clasps: Cape Colony, South Africa 1902; (8109 PTE T. RICHARDSON. RL: WARWICK: REGT)

Condition: Nearly Extremely Fine.

Thomas Richardson was born in Alveston, Warwickshire, and then attested for service with the British Army Militia on 10th September 1900, joining as a Private (No.8109) the 5th Militia Battalion, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Embarking for South Africa on 16th December 1901, he then saw service during the Boer War on operations in the Cape Colony during 1902, and was disembodied on 29th September 1902, before being discharged by purchase on 27th June 1903. Clasp entitlement confirmed.