Queen’s South Africa 1899-1902, 3 clasps, Cape Colony, Rhodesia, Transvaal (2701 Tpr. J. W. Quinn, New Z’land M.R.), good very fine £240-280
James William Quinn, a printer from Greymouth, Westland, New Zealand, attested for the 5th N.Z. Contingent and was embarked - as a reserve - in the S.S. Waimate in March 1900. He served in Rhodesia, and in other operations, and was invalided home at the year’s end, and received his Queen’s South Africa Medal at Wellington during the royal visit in June 1901. Quinn died in October 1937 and is buried at Anderson’s Bay cemetery; sold with copied research and roll confirmation.