QSA (5) Orange Free State, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Belfast, South Africa 1901 (10014 Tpr: A.M.Lowe. French's Scts.) Impressed. Good very fine.
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Trooper Arthur Milbourne Lowe confirmed on nominal roll of French's Scouts.
Arthur Milbourne Lowe, electrician, age 35, born at Sydney, NSW, Australia; WWI: Enl.25 Sep 1916 at Show Ground Camp Sydney, NSW, with previous service of 2 1/2 years with General French's Staff Scouts in South Africa; Emb. 22 Dec 1916 as a M.T. Driver with 2 Aux Mech. Trans. Coy; RTA 23 Mar 1919; Disch. 22 Feb 920.
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Another result of recent cataloguing is the following -
QSA to Tpr. 10003 Tpr. H.L.Taylor. French's Scouts. Clasps Cape Colony, OFS, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Belfast and SA1901. Naming helpfully emphasised with white filler by a previous owner.
As Tpr. Harry Louis Taylor, he served with French's Scouts between 28/4/1900 and 6/5/1901 with all clasps confirmed.
A quite small unit judging by the size of the nominal roll, Tpr. Taylor's medal apparently differs little alongside the others shown in this thread.
However, searching WO100/247 a little farther, page 142 shows him as "Scout".