Queen’s South Africa Medal, 2 bars, Talana, Defence of Ladysmith, 4235 Corporal Henry Tidmarsh, 1st Battalion Leicestershire Regiment.
Roll confirms this as his full bar entitlement, as he was invalided home on 1st October 1900.
Henry Tidmarsh was born during 1876 in St Marys, Leicester. He enlisted for service on 1st November 1894 aged 18.
Promoted to Corporal on 1st January 1899, which he served as until his return from South Africa, when he resigned his rank on 4th December 1900.
Served overseas in South Africa from 16th May 1896 until 20th June 1900. The medal roll records him as being invalided home, after 8 months recuperating he was sent to Egypt between 4th February 1901 to 26th October 1902.
On 21st February 1901, he was arrested and awaiting trial, being convicted in March by D.C.M. of striking his super officer, sentenced to 112 days of imprisonment by Hard Labour.
Discharged after completing his period of engagement on 31st October 1906.