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  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker
  • United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker

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United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker

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United Kingdom. A Canada General Service, Long Service and QOR Reunion Medals to Pte Henry Fricker

United Kingdom. General Service Medal, Fenian Raid 1866 (356. Pte. H. Fricker 1st. Bn R.B). Naming is impressed, cleaned, ribbon correctly replaced, very fine; Canada. Colonial Auxiliary Forces Long Service, Edward VII. (CORP’l H. FRICKER 2nd RECt INF’Y). Naming is impressed, cleaned, ribbon correctly replaced, very fine; Canada. Queen's Own Rifles Semi-Centennial Reunion Medal, bronze, Maker mark "P.W. ELLIS & Co" on the reverse, dark patina, very fine.  Accompanied by modern badges and buttons.

 

Footnote: Henry Fricker was born on March 7, 1849 in England and immigrated to Canada in 1865, already a member of the 1st Battalion of the Rifle Brigade. Pte Fricker was in Hamilton during the Fenian Raid of 1866 when the Battle of Ridgeway took place, however his level of involvement is unknown. His name is listed on page 46 of the “Canada General Service Medal Roll, 1866-1870” by John Thyen.  He was among 19 other veterans of the 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade who resided in Hamilton following military service. By 1881, Fricker was employed as a bricklayer, and had his first child with his wife, Rosa. Later, in 1901, he and his family of 5 lived in Toronto West and Fricker was employed as a driller in a factory.

 

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