Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 4 clasps, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (4423 Tpr. A. Mitchell, 7th N. Z’land M.R.),
Alexander Mitchell, a ploughman from Pleasant Point, Timaru, attested for the 7th N.Z. Contingent and was embarked in the S.S. Gulf of Taranto in April 1901. A member of No. 24 Company, he served variously in Orange Free State and the Transvaal and fell ‘dangerously ill’ with enteric fever at Vreiheid in October 1901. Happily after being treated at Mooi River Hospital for two months, he recovered, and he was discharged in September 1902. Mitchell died in November 1955 and is buried in Eastern Invercargill Cemetery; sold with copied research and roll confirmation - his dated clasps were sent to him in 1907.
Lower lugs of ‘South Africa 1901’ clasp clipped and both dated clasps loose on riband, good very fine SOLD
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