BOER WAR GROUP OF 3 MEDALS TO S.S. MAJ. W.T. WOOD, A.S.C.
Queen's South Africa Medal with Cape Colony, Tugela Heights, Orange Free State, Relief of Ladysmith, Transvaal and Laing's Nek clasps to 11427 Sejt. W.T. Wood, A.S.C.; King's South Africa Medal with South Africa 1901 & 1902 clasps to 11427 C.Q.M. Sgt. W.T. Wood, A.S.C.; Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal George V to 11427 S.S. Maj. W.T. Thompson, A.S.C.
William Thomas Wood was born in Whitechapel, London and attested with the Army Service Corps on 15 Sep 1893 and promoted to the rank of Sergeant on 28 Sep 1899, posted to South Africa from 6 Oct 1899 to 2 June 1903, having been promoted to Company Quartermaster Sergeant on 20 June 1902. Wood became Staff Sergeant Major on 14 Nov 1908 before being discharged on 13 Nov 1913 having been found medically unfit for further service.