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Hi guys. I just got a ww1 south Africa bwm named to a cpl c.j.labuschagne s.a.s.g. I never seen this unit before.please help  me on this unit with the full naming of the unit.Paul

 

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Yes it a G.i look under a glass it the same g as in the surname paul

 

 

 

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If it is a G the only unit that makes any sense is the South African School of Gunnery.

Paul

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Thanks Paul for your reply.I pick up one more ww1 bwm from the same seller.named as pte.j.meder s.a.s.c.7th.m.b.f.train. paul

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South African Service Corps (7th Mounted Battalion Field Train?).

Paul

 

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For what it may be worth, C.J. Labuschagne would in most cases very typically stand for Casper Jeremia(s) Labuschagne - a family branch that often originates in Natal and the Free State south of Bloemfontein. This is not a hard rule, but a reasonable clue as to origin. 

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