Family Casualty Group.
1st, 27932 Bomb S Harbour 43rd Bty RFA, Queens South Africa Medal with Orange Free State and Cape Colony bars, confirmed on copy document and copy exerts from his short service book that also states he died of fever in 1900.
2nd, 56016 Gnr G.M. Martin 47th Siege Bty RGA, 1914/15 Trio, commemorative scroll with post tube, plaque letter and single I.D. disc.
The medals come with copy's of his short service book, medal roll, MIC and CWGC details, I am not sure what the relationship is but G.M Martin's Father and S. Martin both came from Lambeth as per the 1911 census and S. Martin's record book, Brothers I think, the family later moved to Gosport.