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PostSubject: SGt. C. CHAMBERS   Sat Jan 14, 2012 6:33 pm

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South Africa Medal 1877-79, bar 1877-8. 240 3/CL.S. SGt. C. CHAMBERS, A.S. CORPS. EGYPT MEDAL 1882 - 1889 (reverse dated 1882) bars Tel-el-Kebir & Suakin 1885. 240 3/CL.S. SGt. C. CHAMBERS, C&T.CORPS. Army L.S. & G.C., V.R., 3rd issue, small letter reverse . 240 3/CL.S. SGt. C. CHAMBERS, C&T.CORPS. Khedive's Star 1882. Copy medal rolls, lived West Lane, Plumstead. Discharge papers Charles Chambers born Bishopsgate, Middlesex.Only I Officer & 6 O.R.'s entitled 1877-8 bar. Claw repinned on Zulu otherwise N.V.F.
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PostSubject: Sgt .C. Chambers   Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:58 pm

Hi Littlehand .
I see you state South Africa War Medal 77- 79 , bar 77-78 which tells us he either wasnt involved in the zulu war or possibly didnt cross the border . On further checking with the Medal Roll he is listed under , Army Service Corp ; Transport . 3rd Class Staff Sergeant . The Medal Roll does indeed have him down for the 77-78 Clasp only .
cheers 90th. Idea

PS. Does a 3rd class staff sgt exist today in the British Army and if so what is his roll ????.

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PostSubject: Re: SGt. C. CHAMBERS   Sun Jan 15, 2012 12:24 am

Hi All

Part of Charles Chambers Record of Service.

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