BRITISH QUEENS & KINGS SOUTH AFRICA BOER WAR SERVICE MEDALS SCOTTISH RIFLES 1625 LAWSON
Boer War Queen’s & King’s South Africa Medals to Private Lawson, who served with the 2nd Battalion Camronians (Scottish Rifles) during the Boer War.
Queen’s South Africa Medal with campaign bars TUGELA HEIGHTS, RELIEF OF LADYSMITH, TRANSVAAL & LAING’S NEK correctly impressed named 1625 PTE T. LAWSON, SCOTTISH RIFLES.
King’s South Africa Medal with date bars SOUTH AFRICA 1901. SOUTH AFRICA 1902, impressed named to: 1625 PTE T. LAWSON. SCOT: RIFLES.
Medals court mounted for display and come with both rolls, confirming entitlement to all campaign bars, as well as a copy of his service record.
Thomas Lawson was born Tillicoultry, County of Clackmannanshire and attested for service 8/7/1885 at Hamilton, Scotland at the age of 22 years & 11 months. In Court Awaiting Trial 17/2/1897, imprisoned 8/3/1887 to 8/3/1889 for ‘Drunkeness’ whilst serving in India. Served South Africa 1/1/1900 to 19/7/1902. Discharged 30/7/1902.
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