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 SAGS 1879 medals to 17th DCO Lancers known to exist today.

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PostSubject: SAGS 1879 medals to 17th DCO Lancers known to exist today.   Mon Dec 17, 2012 5:41 pm

This is very much a work in progress - please let me know of any medals that you come across that arent on the list.

I would encourage members with medal interests to pick a regiment and start a list - it is a really interesting research project.



J Berryman VC Quartermaster 1879
1176 J Dunn Trumpeter Major 1879
1820 PY Dwyer Lance Sergeant 1879
2371 J Winship Lance Sergeant 1879
1509 JJ Thomas Corporal 1879
1503 FJ Leigh Corporal 1879
2104 W Godfrey Lance Corporal 1879
2198 E Healey Lance Corporal 1879
2205 E Allen Private 1879
2319 S Atkings Private 1879
2209 H Barker Private 1879
2288 I Bartram Private 1879
1051 A Bide Private 1879
2210 J Bluff Private 1879
2213 W Campbell Private 1879
2069 W Coldwell Private 1879
2282 G Cooper Private 1879
2295 W Crick Private 1879
2073 H Cunliffe Private 1879
2072 W Day Private No clasp
1628 W Duff Private 1879
2050 W T Featherstone Private 1879
2157 F Ferris Private 1879
1525 G Foster Private 1879
1452 TGH Frost Private 1879
Gardiner Private 1879
1500 R Hammond Private 1879
1644 A Harbison Private 1879
1106 H Hardiment Private 1879
1293 E Harper Private 1879
2329 R Howard Private 1879
2149 W Hunt Private 1879
2124 F Icke Private 1879
2302 AA Jones Private 1879
1025 E Jones Private 1879
2256 R Keeble Private 1879
2299 J Kiernan Private No clasp
2258 G Lough Private 1879
1203 S Mack Private 1879
1673 R Milne Private 1879
2305 W Moss Private 1879
2080 AW Mowatt Private 1879
2283 G Oatley Private 1879
1793 J Osthennier Private 1879
2225 T Page Private 1879
1873 EC Peyton Private 1879
1478 VD Potter Private 1879
1332 J Ramsbottom Private 1879
2242 LT Reynolds Private 1879
1757 A Scott Private 1879
958 HG Smith Private 1879
2126 C Sparks Private 1879
2231 B Walters Private 1879
2005 J Watts Private 1879
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