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PostSubject: King's Own Royal Regiment Museum Lancaster collection   Sat Jun 02, 2012 8:14 pm

South Africa (1879) Medals in the museum's collection

With bar ‘1879’ to Private P Allen, number 2922, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1872/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private T Barron, 1119, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1049/01

With bar ‘1879’ to 2nd Lieutenant Edgar Dolphin, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1883/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Sergeant J Gibbons, number 1940, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0224/06

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J Gorman, number 2339, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0962/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J Harrell, number 2155, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0902/17

With bar ‘1879’ to 2nd Lieutenant William Lancelot James, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0774/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J J Jenkins, number 2916, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0792/12

With bar ‘1879’ to Private T Kennedy, number 3060, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1887/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J McAuley, number 367, 2nd/4th Foot. KO2693/10

With bar ‘1879’ to Major Oswald Robert Middleton, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0666/03

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J Reynolds, number 3054, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0792/11

With bar ‘1879’ to Private A Sayers, number 1006, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1885/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Sergeant G Slight, number 1694, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0282/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private J Smith, number 2680, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1871/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private P Timmins, number 780, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0917/05

With bar ‘1879’ to Major Augustus Charles Twentyman, 2nd/4th Foot. KO0391/03

With bar ‘1879’ to Corporal T Tyson, number 355, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1884/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Private E Williams, number 2547, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1886/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Drummer W Wilson, number 1598, 2nd/4th Foot. KO1006/01

With bar ‘1879’ to Captain Edward Robert Prevost Woodgate, 2nd/4th Foot. KO2010/06

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PostSubject: Re: King's Own Royal Regiment Museum Lancaster collection   Sat Jun 02, 2012 9:18 pm

Littlehand I have sent you a PM. Salute
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