A South Africa Boer War pair awarded to Private T.T. Robinson, City Imperial Volunteers, late of the 20th Middlesex Volunteer (Artist) Rifles, and later a Trooper, South African Constabulary who saw service on operations in Cape Colony and Orange ...

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SKU: A1715
Condition: Nearly extremely fine
Description:

A South Africa Boer War pair awarded to Private T.T. Robinson, City Imperial Volunteers, late of the 20th Middlesex Volunteer (Artist) Rifles, and later a Trooper, South African Constabulary who saw service on operations in Cape Colony and Orange Free State as well as at the Battles of Johannesburg and Diamond Hill.

Queens South Africa Medal; four clasps, Cape Colony, Orange Free State, Johannesburg, Diamond Hill; (1441 PTE T.T. ROBINSON. C.I.V.) Kings South Africa Meda1, two clasps: South Africa 1901 and South Africa 1902; (2023 TPR. T.T. ROBINSON. S.A.C.)

Thomas Tinmouth Robinson was born in Rugby, Warwickshire in 1873. He joined the 20th Middlesex Volunteer Rifles (Artists Rifles) in 1890 and served as a Private with their City Imperial Volunteer Detachment during the Boer War on operations in Cape Colony and Orange Free State as well as at the Battles of Diamond Hill and Johannesburg. He further served as Trooper with the South African Constabulary between 21st May 1901 and 13th January 1903.