A Boer war Colenso casualty QSA to 6622 Private Thomas Edward Andrews, King's Royal Rifle Corps.
Queen's South Africa Medal (Clasps - Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith) named to 6622 Pte. T.E. Andrews. K.R.R.C.
Thomas Andrews was born in Sandall, Wakefield. He attested for service with the K.R.R.C. in July 1891 and served a total of 12 years.
On the 22/02/1900 Andrews was wounded in action at Colenso as part of the Ladysmith relief column.
The medal is in good condition with ribbon.
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Queen's South Africa Medal (Clasps - Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Relief of Ladysmith) - Pte. T.E. Andrews, King's Royal Rifle Corps - Wounded at Colenso
- Product Code: MM-3296
- Regiment: King's Royal Rifle Corps
- Era: Boer War Availability: Out of Stock