Royal Glasgow Yeomanry & Edinburgh Royal Artillery Territorials Group of Medals.
Awarded to Frederick Waddell, who served during the Boer War with the 108th (Royal Glasgow Yeomanry) and a Territorial living in Edinburgh fought with the local Battery of the Royal Artillery during the Great War.
Comprising: Queen’s South Arica Medal, five clasps Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901, South Africa 1902 (22562 TPR F. WADDELL 108TH COY IMP YEO), British War Medal, Victory Medal, (132243 BMBR F WADDELL RA), Territorial Efficiency Medal (GVR), (1660858 B.Q.M.SJT F WADDELL RA). The group remains mounted as original worn, but the QSA is detached due to a stitching fault.
Clasps to the QSA and all regimental numbers are confirmed.
B.Q.M. Sgt Frederick Waddell, living in Edinburgh he volunteered, serving with the 2nd Lowland Brigade RGA, but it would not be until June 1918 he would land in France and would remain there until February 1919. Remaining with the Battery he was awarded the TFEM in 1927.
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