Queen's South Africa Medal 1899 - 1902 Bars: Cape Colony / Tugela Heights / Orange Free State / Relief of Ladysmith / Johannesburg / Diamond Hill / Belfast (2835 CORPL. C. PENTLAND, 14 / HRS.), King's South Africa Medal Bars: South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902 (15 S.SERJT:- MAJ: G. PENTLAND, 14th HUSSARS), Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, EVIIR issue (5036 SQ. S. MJR: G. PENTLAND, 14 / HRS.).
Prisoner of War:
Name: G Pentland
Casualty Type: Prisoner
Casualty Date: 5 Oct 1901
Casualty Place: Holfontein
Force: South Africa Field Force
Regiment: South African Constabulary
Battalion: A Division
QSA & KSA medals and clasps verified to the rolls. His correct initial on the QSA roll has been changed to 'C' and his South African Constabulary service including serial number is confirmed in the remarks column. LSGC medal awarded in 1911. QSA has ghost dates.
George Pentland, born Perth, Scotland. He enlisted into the 10th Hussars in 1890, transferred to the 14th Hussars in 1897 and went on to complete 21 years and 34 days service. He was awarded his EVII LSGC in April 1911 (Army Order 92). There were only 31 EVII LSGCs to the 14th Hussars.
He died in Brighton on 11/1/1945.