" From the data collected for The Register these are the available combinations and known medals to date are:
Defence of Kimberley - Relief of Mafeking : 142
Defence of Ladysmith - Relief of Mafeking : 25
Relief of Ladysmith - Relief of Mafeking : 120 (I suspect this is the least accurate of these numbers)
Relief of Kimberley - Relief of Mafeking : 6
Relief of Kimberley - Relief of Ladysmith : 1
Relief of Kimberley - (Defence of) Wepener : 3 "
With the 25 DoL/RoM named earlier.
I'm guessing the ~200 Fusiliers/ILH who travelled from the Natal front to join Mahon's flying column are represented by the 25 + 120 = 145.
Surprised at the number of DoK/RoM - not seen many of those on the market?
Who is the one person who got the double relief Kimberley and Ladysmith - that must have required some fancy logistics? So leaving the Ladysmith area between 15 Dec and 15 Feb - and within that time getting down to Durban, around the coast and up to Kimberley to be there on 15 February?
This one is NOT an "double relief" - but it adds to the list shown in your 43250
QSA named to "Capt. D.Maxwell, I.L.H." and bearing the clasps Elandslaagte/Defence of Ladysmith/Relief of Mafeking/ Transvaal/Orange Free State.
Regarding your 43253 regarding a RofK/RofL entitlement (plus others), and Meurig's reply naming L/Cpl. G.Schofield of 14H, I think it would have been possible to attain such a clasp combination. Rof L qualification was granted to "all troops in Natal, north of and including Estcourt, between 15th December 1899 and 28 February 1900 inclusive". Two squadrons of 14H arrived at the Cape on 1st January 1900 and were sent on to Durban. So if L/Cpl. Schofield served in the qualification area for even a short period, the RofL clasp would have been earned.
The date for the RofK clasp was 15th February, 1900 and my copy of BBM shows a squadron of 14H did so qualify. How long would it have taken a soldier (possibly a servant to an important officer) to move from one front to another? Ship back to the Cape and train up to join the Kimberley relief force. Perhaps a week?
That is my reasoning anyway.