Morton, 73 Trooper Ernest, Brabant's Horse |
QSA (4) CC Wep Tr SA01 | Enlisted 1st BrH
18 November 1899 in King William's Town.
Aged 26. Trade: Salesman. Address: Jetty
Street, Port Elizabeth. Business address: King
William's Town. Discharged 6 June 1901, time
expired, in Cape Town. Conduct exemplary.
Address after discharge: 4 Galpin Terrace,
Westbourne Road, Port Elizabeth. Settlement
of £1 10s. Also served PTC (Trooper 73) 16
June to 14 December 1900. SA01 clasp issued
27 September 1905 | Medals: QSA (3) excl
SA01. Spink December 2001 £264. Dixon's
Medals April 2002 £350 | Ref: 237p8, 237p81,
I am glad to say I have got further on with this. My reason for research is QSA 785 Pte W Porteous Kaffrin Rifles. Clasps Cape Colony, Wepener, Transvaal and Wittebergen Thanks to David i can now see a roll with his QSA on it stating entitlement. I can also however find his KSA on WO100/362 he is numbered 785 and 3502 3. There are Two other rolls with his name on them for the C in Cs Bodyguard. WO100/243