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This KSA is my newest addition to my collection.  If anybody can assist with information on the recipient Nr 262 Tpr C.O. Jackson SAC.

I take it the SAC stands for South African Constabulary.  Any help welcomed.

Regards

Norman

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Possible pre SAC service...…  This is the only C.O. Jackson I could find in FMP.....    Mike

First name(s) Charles Osburn
Last name Jackson
Service number 154
Rank Trooper
Regiment B Squadron Rhodesian Regiment
Rolls WO100/266 page 250
Literary references The National Archives WO127. Nominal rolls colonial units.
Biography -
Notes
QSA Clasps: RoM, OFS, T, R
Country Great Britain
Record set Anglo-Boer War Records 1899-1902
Category Military Service & Conflict
Subcategory Boer Wars
Collections from Great Britain, UK None

 

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Thanks Mike. Will certainly be of great help. Much appreciated

Mike

Can you possibly also assist with a KSA to:

Nr 26430

Corpl R.T. Wright RFA. Also the letters Shg Str behind his rank on medal rim. Any information will again be greatly appreciated.

Regards

Norman

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