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eMedals-Four: Sapper W. Barnecutt, Royal Engineers

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Four: Sapper W. Barnecutt, Royal Engineers


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Four: Sapper W. Barnecutt, Royal Engineers

South Africa 1877-79, 1 clasp, 1879 (11055 Sapper, R.E.); Egypt and Sudan 1882-89, undated reverse, 1 clasp, Suakin 1885 (11055 Sapr., 2/Sec. T. Bn. R.E.); Army L.S. & G.C., V.R. (11055 Sapr., R.E.; Khedive?s Star 1884-6, unnamed, edge bruising, contact marks, nearly very fine. William Barnecutt was born in Gillingham, Kent. A Collar Maker by occupation, he attested for the Royal Engineers at Devonport on 8 May 1871, aged 21 years. With the R.E. he served in Natal, April 1879-January 1880, and in Egypt, February-July 1885. Suffering an accident causing injuries to his head and abdomen at Brokenhurst Camp on 13 June 1890, he was discharged the service at Aldershot on 7 May 1892. Sold with copied service papers and roll extracts.
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