George Edwin Dullingham
|Col. Sjt. G.E. Dullingham, Rifle Brigade.
Queen’s Sudan Medal (3865 Cpl.); Queen’s South Africa Medal clasps
Cape Colony, Defence of Ladysmith, Orange Free State, South Africa
1902 (3865 Sgt.); 1914-15 Star (B-97 C.Q.M. Sjt.); British War
Medal (B-97 Col. Sjt.); Victory Medal (B-97 Col. Sjt.); Khedive’s Sudan
Medal (unnamed as issued).
With 13 photocopy pages of service documents and MIC details.
George Edwin Dullingham enlisted at Hounslow 25 June 1895 aged 19 years 11 months. Born
Portsea. Occupation milkman. Also served in occupation of Crete 1898. Transferred to Army
Reserve 19 August 1902. Discharged 24 June 1907. Re-enlisted in Army Reserve at Reading
8 July 1907. Discharged 7 July 1911. Re-enlisted at Winchester 14 August 1914. Landed in
France 20 May 1915 and reached the rank of Acting Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant in
the Machine Gun Corps. Discharged 14 April 1919.
Served in 2nd Battalion in Sudan and South Africa and 5th and 8th Battalions and Machine
Gun Corps in WW1.