Dixon's medals

Distinguished Conduct Medal V.R, (49007 Serjt. R.G.A.). 49007 Company Sergeant Major F.E. Greene, Royal Garrison Artillery - £1,450.00

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ConditionVF/GVF
DocumentsYes
BoxedNo
Product ID1026851

Recipient

NameF.E. Greene
RankCompany Sergeant Major
UnitRoyal Garrison Artillery
Regimental No.49007

Attached Medals

Distinguished Conduct Medal
TypeV.R
Notes(49007 Serjt. R.G.A.)
Queen's South Africa Medal 1899-1902
Notes(49007 Sejt. 14: S.D. R.G.A.)
Clasps
  • Cape Colony
  • Orange Free State
  • Transvaal

D.C.M. London Gazette 27 September 1901.

M.I.D. London Gazette 10 September 1901.

Frederick Edwin Greene was born in Bow, London. A Musician by occupation, he attested for the Royal Artillery at London on 12 May 1885, aged 19 years, 6 months. Promoted to Corporal in August 1888; to Sergeant in December 1888; to Sergeant-Major in January 1895; reverting to Sergeant in June 1897; and promoted to Company Sergeant-Major in December 1900. Served in Malta, June 1885-February 1888 and May 1898-May 1899; South Africa, February 1900-November 1901; and Bermuda, November 1901-December 1903. Serving in the Boer War he was mentioned in despatches and awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Discharged at his own request 28 October 1904. With copied service papers. 14th Company S. Sussex Royal Garrison Artillery.