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1914/15 STAR-TO STEVENS ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 23 NOVEMBER 19171914/15 Star, named to: L/10791 PTE.F.STEVENS R.SUSS.R.
Star about good very fine, on modern ribbon.
L/10791 Pte.Frederick Stevens ,2nd Bn.,Royal Sussex Regiment,was killed in action on 23 November 1917.He was born and enlisted in Brighton,and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
Code: 52189Price: 48.00 GBP
BRITISH WAR MEDAL-MACKEY ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 12TH APRIL 1917British War Medal,named to: G/5258 PTE A.MACKEY R.SUSS.R.
Medal about extremely fine,on modern ribbon.
G/5258 Private Arthur Mackey,7th Bn., Royal Sussex Regiment wa killed in action on 12th April 1917.He was born in Fulham, Middlesex,and enlisted in London.He is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
Code: 52188Price: 45.00 GBP
1914/15 STAR TRIO TO JEWELL-SUSSEX REGIMENT LISTED AS DIED OF WOUNDS ON 6TH AUGUST 1917 (SOLDIERS DIED)-WITH ENTRY FROM DE-RUVIGNEY'S ROLL OF HONOUR WHICH STATES THAT HE WAS KILLED IN ACTION1914/15 Star trio, named to: G-693 PTE A.W.JEWELL,R.SUSS.R.
Medals about good very fine, on original silk ribbons.
G/6913 Private Arthur William Jewell,9th Btn.,Royal Sussex Regiment,
died of wounds on the 6th August 1917.The son of William Henry and Sarah Elizabth Jewell,of 9,Jersey St.,Brighton.He was born and enlisted in Brigton,and is buried at the Aeroplane Cemetery.
Entry in Durevigney's Roll of Honour: JEWELL,ARHUR WILLIAM.
Private no.6913 9th service Battn,The Royal Sussex Regiment.eldest Son of William Henry Jewell,of 9,Jersey Street,Brighton,by his Wife Sarah Elizabeth,daughter of Richard Cherriman; born Brighton,Suusex 27th October, 1897; educated Richmond St School.He was employed as a clerk at Volk's Electric Railway.He enlisted 22nd May,1915,and served with the Expeditionary Force in France and Flanders from the following August;took part in the battle of Loos in September; was wounded at Guillemont in August 1916,and was killed in action near Ypres 6th August 1917.Lieut Best wrote: "Your Son was what we call one of the old ones,and will be missed personally by the men,while I, as well miss him for the same reason,as I have been with the Regiment many years. I shall also notice the loss of a good and dependable man in the line and one I can ill spare"
Code: 52187Price: 180.00 GBP
1914/15 SATR AND VICTORY MEDAL-WELLS MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 13TH OCTOBER 19161914/15 Star, named to: PW-2756 L-CPL J.T..R.WELLS MIDDX R.
Victory Medal,named to: PW-2756 PTE J.T.WELLS MIDD'X R.
Medals about good verry fine,the star has verdigris stains on reverse.
2756 Lance Corporal John Thomas Wells 18th (Public Works) Btn Middlesex Regiment, was killed in action on 13th October 1916,aged 40.The husband of Emily Gooderum(formerly Wells) of 13,Harvist Road,Holloway London.He was born in Stepney,London, and enlisted at Mill Hill, Middlesex.He is buried in the Hebuterne Military Cemetery
Code: 52186Price: 85.00 GBP
M.B.E. (MILITARY) GROUP OF SEVEN TO CAPTAIN GILLINGS ROYAL SIGNALSM.B.E.(Military) 1939/45 Star,Italy Star,Defence Medal,1939/45 War Medal,1953 Coronation Medal, and Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal,with clasp REGULAR ARMY.
Long Sevice Medal named to: 2317281 W.O.CL2 G.J.GILLINGS.R.SIGNALS.
Medals about good very fine,mounted on pin for wearing.
M.B.E.London Gazette 1st June,1953.Captain (Quartermaster)
Gordon Jack Gillings (345774) Royal Corps of Signals.
Comes with copied Recommendation and Citation dated 16th January 1953, Catterick Camp:
"Captain Gillings has been Quartermaster of 7, training Regiment Royal Signals for the past five years during which time,amongst his other duties,he has been responsible for clothing and equipping upwards of sixty thousand Regular and National Service recruits.It is mainly due to his personal efforts in this line that the very high standard of dress and turn-out of Royal Signals soldiers has been possible.
During his service with the regiment,Captain Gillings has carried out his duties in a manner worthy of the highest praise.He has ever given of his best and has in no way spared himself in the execution of his duty and in any other Unit activity.His little spare time has been devoted to the interests of the Regiment and in every way has given far more than his duties require of him.
His conscientiousness, spirit of co-operation,loyalty,devotion to duty,and utter diesregard of self have been an outstanding example to all ranks of the Regiment".
Code: 52185Price: 310.00 GBP
GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP-CYPRUS-TO GIRLING-ROYAL SIGNALS-IN ORIGINAL BOX OF ISSUEGeneral Service Medal (1918-62) Elizabeth II, clasp CYPRUS.
Named to: 23275904 SIGMN D.GIRLING R.SIGS.
Medal extremely fine, with original box and Medal envelope.
Code: 52184Price: 65.00 GBP
ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOS CONDUCT MEDAL TO RIX-ROYAL ARTILLERYArmy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (GeorgeV) fixed suspension,named to: 2402565 SJT F.H.RIX R.A.
Medal about very fine or better, with a little contact wear.
Entitled to a 1914 Star and clasp trio,arrived in France 25/09/1914
Code: 52183Price: 78.00 GBP
POLICE LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO BARKERFor Examplary Police Service Medal( Q.E.II DEI GRATIA)
Named to: CONST.HERBERT.J.BARKER.
Medal about extremely fine,dull patches on obverse,mounted on original pin.
Code: 52182Price: 38.00 GBP
INDIA MUTINY MEDAL-CLASP DELHI-TO WILLIAM KILLEEN 1ST BATTALION, 60TH RIFLES-DIED OF SUNSTROKEIndia Mutiny Medal,clasp: DELHI.Named to: W.KILLEEN 1ST.BN 60TH RIFLES.
Medal about extremely fine,a few marks in obverse field.
William Killeen died of long-de-soleil (sunstroke) on 12/09/1857.
Comes with research by Ivan Mortenson,detailing the movements anf actions of the 60th Rifles up to the death of Killeen,copy Medal roll,etc.
Code: 52181Price: 475.00 GBP
EGYPT 1882 GROUP OF FIVE TO PAYMASTER COMMANDER MAXWELL ROYAL NAVYEgypt Medal, dated 1882,clasp; ALEXANDRIA 11TH JULY
Named to: J.MAXWELL ASS PAYR R.N.H.M.S. "ALEXANDRA"
1914/15 Star trio,named to: FT PAYR J MAXWELL R.N.(Victory erased)
Khedives Star dated 1882.
The "X" on Maxwell has been corrected from the "N" (Manwell)
A little contact wear on Egypt Medal, otherwise about very fine and better,sometime lacqured, court mounted for display.
James Maxwell was born in Cornwood,Paignton Devon in around 1861.He hoined the Royal Navy in 1877 as an Assistant Clerk.
He served on numerous Ships and Shore establishments including:
Royal Edelaide/Victor Emmanuel/Charybdis/Adelaide/Temeraire/Bittern Alexandra (Egypt campaign) Repulse/Express/Royal Adelaide/Minotaur/Northumberland/Hearty/Duncan/Wildfire/Archer/Wallaroo/Duke of Wellington III/ Illustrius-He was advanced to Clerk/Ass Paymaster/Payamster/Staff Paymaster and finally Fleet Paymaster.Retired Paymaster Commander 01/04/1919.
Comes with Naval Officers papers,service history,Medal rolls, etc.
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