Both on replacement ribbons.
IGS 1854 with Burma 1885-87 clasp named to 42531 Gunr A Parker no 7 by 1st Bde N Div RA
Long Service Good Conduct Medal EVII 42531 C Sergt Maj A Parker RGA
Alfred Parker was born in Birmingham June 1864
In May 1884 he joined the 1st Brigade Northern Division, Royal Artillery at Sunderland aged 19 years 11 months. Occupation, wood Turner. His next of kin his mother living at Mosley, Warwick.
He was sent to India December 1884
His service as follows .
Home 05/05/1884 to 26/12/1884 234 days
India 27/12/1884 to 22/11/1889 4 years 331 days . 7th Mountain Battery Northern Div
Aden 23/11/1889 to 14/11/1892 2 years 358 days no 15 battery Western Div
Home 15/11/1892 to 27/04/1898 5 years 164 days
Mauritius 28/04/1898 to 06/01/1900 1 year 254 days
Home 07/01/1900 to 04/05/ 1907 7 years 118 days . Forfar and Kincardine Artillery South Div/1st Cheshire and Caernarfon RGA Volunteers and lastly 1st Caernarvonshire RGA Volunteers
A Company Sergeant Major, he was discharged at Bangor on 4th May 1907 having served 23 years 321 days character exemplary.
A nice pair to a long serving soldier who worked his way up the ranks comes with copy paperwork confirming above .