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Register of Surviving medals awarded to St John Ambulance Brigade 9 months 6 days ago #73792

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From Burman, March 2004.

SJAB Medal (Colonel Sir H.C Perrott, Bart. 1902.)

Recipient was Chief Secretary of the St. John's Ambulance Association from its formation in 1877, until 1915 & was given the honorary award of the Medal, without suspender, in 1901.

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Register of Surviving medals awarded to St John Ambulance Brigade 9 months 6 days ago #73794

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From CJ Auctions, July 2007

QSA (1) Cape Colony (1801 PTE. A.TINKER ST.JOHN AMB.BDE.) (with copy of verification certificate)
SJAB Medal (PTE. A. TINKER WELBECK DIV,)
BWM and VM (93303 PTE. A. TINKER DURH.L.I.)
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Register of Surviving medals awarded to St John Ambulance Brigade 9 months 6 days ago #73811

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Arthur Tinker is named on the plaque at Wellbeck abbey.
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QSA (2) Cape Colony, South Africa 1901 (1514 Ordly. E. Harding, St. John Amb. Bde.);
St. John Medal for South Africa 1899-1902 (1514 Pte. E. Harding, Isle of Wight Corps)

Provenance: Dix Noonan Webb, September 2011. Sold for a hammer price of £800
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QSA (2) Cape Colony, South Africa 1902 (515 Ordly: C. E. Goodwin. St John Amb: Bde:);
St. John Medal for South Africa 1899-1902 (515 Pte. C. E. Goodwin Met Corps.);
Volunteer Force Long Service Medal, EdVII (1089 Cpl. C. E. Goodwin.2nd V.B. E. Surrey R.)

C E Goodwin served as an Orderly with the St John Ambulance Brigade in South Africa and was attached to the 24th Field Hospital, of the Royal Army Medical Corps. He was invalided to Base on 10 May 1900 and returned to active duty again in 1902.

Volunteer Force Long Service Medal issued in August 1905.
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Register of Surviving medals awarded to St John Ambulance Brigade 7 months 1 day ago #74983

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WW1 territorial medal and 1899-1902 South Africa bronze medal in mint

Oval medal. 221 L Cpl TF BAWDEN 5/E. Lancs Regt.

Edward medal 402 Pte W Holden Accrington corps.

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