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PostSubject: 1329 Sg. Smith W. T. Solly, 6th Bde. R.A.   Sat Mar 03, 2018 11:31 pm

“William Thomas Solly was born in Margate, Kent. A Shoeing Smith by occupation, he attested for the Royal Artillery at Shorncliffe on 19 April 1876, aged 19 years. As a Shoeing Smith with the 6th Brigade R.A. he served in the Cape of Good Hope, February-October 1879, seeing service in the South African campaign of 1879. He then served in India, October 1879-February 1881. Solly was transferred to the Army Reserve in April 1884 and discharged in April 1888 having completed his service.”
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PostSubject: 1329 Shoeing Smith W.T.Solly 6th Bgde    Fri Mar 30, 2018 7:21 pm

Shoeing Smith 1329 W.T.Solly awarded the Medal with Clasp 1879 .
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