4 edition of The transport medal roll, 1899-1902, South Africa 1899-1902, China 1900. found in the catalog.
The transport medal roll, 1899-1902, South Africa 1899-1902, China 1900.
Authorship attributed to Piers S. Davies: editorship to Trevor J. Davies.
|Contributions||Davies, Piers S., Davies, Trevor J.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
Boer War () Conflict WWI Militaria Medals & Ribbons, Great Britain Medals & Ribbons Army Boer War Militaria (), Medals & Ribbon Boer War Militaria (), Boer War Medals, Boer War Medal, Queens South Africa Medals, Queen's South Africa Medal, Ww1 Medal Casualty. South Africa medal - 53 This medal is often referred to as the "Kaffir Wars" medal with Kaffir meaning "unbeliever" (of arabic origin). Whilst Kaffir resentment of land encroachment by white settlers lay at the heart of these conflicts, the real catalyst sprang from .
China Fully indexed with detailed nominal roll, photographs, etc. Boer War Nominal roll of this Boer War Irregular unit showing significant occurrences and medal issues. Some Australians noted. Alphabetical listing of personnel on the Queen’s South Africa Medal Roll with remarks. an extremely rare “transport medal” (edward vii) with “two clasps” [south africa ] & [china ]. to: john hastie robertson (chief engineer) torpedoed by uc on 28th july
Transport Medal, EVII, bar S. Africa , A.L. Brown, Alexander Laurie Brown was a Scottish Ship’s Surgeon of S.S. City of Glasgow of the Ellerman Line. READ MORE £ 5 Clasp Boer War Queens South Africa Medal Corpl J Farrow. Corpl Farrow served in the South African Constabulary and was on the official medal role for the QSA & KSA medal. Apart from a few slight scratches, the medal is in amazing condition.
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The medal is attached to the ribbon by a plain straight swivelling suspender as found on the Queens South Africa Medal. Two clasps were awarded and South Africa 1899-1902 recipient could receive one or two clasps.
The clasps were 'SOUTH AFRICA ' and 'CHINA '. The ribbon is " wide and is red with two broad dark blue stripes at either side. Transport Medal Roll, South Africa, and China, [Piers S Davies, Trevor J Davies] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Piers S Davies.
– For services related to the South African War. CHINA For services related to the Boxer Rebellion. The officers of transports and eleven hospital ships qualified, with a total of 1, medals awarded: 1, with the 'S. Africa ' clasp, with the 'China ' clasp and with both d for: Campaign service.
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WO / China ; WO / Includes Delhi Durbar; WO / Queen's South Africa: Indian Army ; WO / King's South Africa: Indian Army ; WO / China ; WO / Tibet ; WO / India General Service Medal Rolls Clasp North West Frontier Clasp Abor Three: Transport Medal (2) S.
AfricaChina ; British War Medal; Mercantile Marine War Medal (Walter McL. McCall). Scarce. Only medals with both bars. V.F. £ Served aboard S.S. 'City of Cambridge' of the Ellerman Line.
The China War Medal was a British campaign medal approved on 1 January for issue to British and Indian The transport medal roll and sea troops who served during the Boxer Rebellion, between 10 June and 31 December Description.
The medal was issued in silver to combatants and in bronze to native, namely Indian, bearers drivers and servants. The obverse shows a crowned and veiled effigy of. HIBBARD, M G Military Commemorative Medals of the South African War a paper presented to the South African Numismatic Convention at Durban KAPLAN, Lilian The Medal Roll for the campaigns in South Africa(n.p.: author, ).
The Second China War Medal was issued by the British Government in to members of the British and Indian armies and Royal Navy who took part in the Second Opium War of to against China. The medal was designed by William Wyon.
The medal's obverse shows the diademed head of Queen Victoria with the legend ‘VICTORIA REGINA’. The reverse has the same shield bearing the.
The Transport Medal was a British campaign medal awarded to masters and officers of merchant ships that were used to move men and equipment to either South Africa during the South African War or China during the Boxer Rebellion.
Approved in it was awarded by the Lord Commissioners of the Admiralty, it was intended that the medal would be awarded for future conflicts but was only awarded. The Anglo- Boer war sometimes known and the 2 nd Boer War was the last major conflict that occurred during Queen Victoria’s reign and the largest.
The British and Commonwealth participants numbered in excess ofAs a result, the medal is not uncommon and the wide variety of clasps offers the collector a limitless permutation of interesting combinations of different examples.
Transport Medal - This medal was to reward service transporting troops and materials (including service on hospital ships) during the Boer War in South Africa and the Boxer rebellion in China.
It was awarded to Mercantile Marine officers of the ranks: Surgeon, Purser, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Engineer, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Officer and the Vessel. The Queen's South Africa Medal (QSA) was awarded to military personnel who served in the Boer War in South Africa between 11 th October and 31 st May Units from the British Army, Royal Navy, colonial forces who took part (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India and South Africa), civilians employed in official capacity and war QSA (without bar) was also awarded to.
Queen’s South Africa MedalClasp “Cape Colony” Sowar Dost Muhammad Khan,15th Bl Lcrs Of particular interest are the remarks on the roll WO / pp & “Soldier Orderly to Captain H.C. Ricketts, 15th Bengal Lancers, Commandant Bhistie Corps, South Africa, March to August ”.
The medals which were granted to those who served against the Boers during the South African War of were the 'Queen's South Africa Medal' (usually in silver, although some bronze were issued to Indian and native troops), the 'King's South Africa Medal', Queen's Mediterranean Medal' and the 'Transport Medal'.
Tel: 1 () Text: 1 () Purveyors of Authentic Militaria. The medal was sanctioned on 8th November for Masters, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Officers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd Engineers, Pursers and Surgeons of merchant vessels employed in the Transport Service which took troops to the South African War and to China A total of Medals were issued for South Africa ( Engineers).
The original medal rolls were compiled by the War Office and are housed at the National Archives of the UK in Kew, Surrey.
The rolls include medals awarded for British campaigns and service in Europe, India, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and elsewhere during the height of. Two bars issued; S. Africa - and China Ribbon, red with two blue stripes.
This medal is for service during the Boer War. The recipient a T.W. Ralston was the Chief Engineer aboard the CITY OF LONDON. Interesting to note there were a.
Around 10 members of the St. John Ambulance Brigade received the Queen’s South Africa Medal, and around 15 of them the China Medal, for services in the American hospital ship Maine. But only around six members of the R.A.M.C. likewise qualified, the whole under. The Sea Transport Medal The Register has just been updated with the recipients of the Sea Transport Medal who served on voyages to and from South Africa.
In July the Admiralty issued a Memorandum announcing the creation of a medal for officers of the Mercantile Marine who served aboard ships carrying troops to the wars in South Africa and China.The Transport Medal was a British campaign medal sanctioned on 8 th November, and awarded to the masters and officers of merchant ships which moved men, supplies and equipment to the South African War and to the Boxer Rebellion in China.
It was intended that the medal would be awarded for future conflicts but was only awarded for the South Africa and China wars.QSA, KSA and Kimberley Star ; Queen’s Sudan Medal and Khedive’s Sudan Medal ; Royal Niger Company’s Medal – 99; Second China War Medal ; South Africa Medal ; South Africa Medal ; Sutlej Medal – 46; Tibet Medal ; Transport Medal ; WW1 Medals