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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
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-ALLEN MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS 1918British War and Victory Medals, named to: 53848 PTE. H. E. ALLEN M.G.C.
Medals extremely fine on original silk ribbons.
53848 Corporal Frank Herbert Allen,30th Bn.,Machine Gun Corps died of wounds on 9th May,1918.
Youngest Son of Absolom and Matilda Allen; husband of Violet Beatrice Allen,of 35,Chewton Rd., Walthamstow,Essex.
He was born in Leytonstone,and enlisted at Leyton.He is buried at the Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery.
Code: 52080Price: 80.00 GBP
1914/15 STAR TRIO-BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE AND ORIGINAL PHOTO TO COOPER -DIED OF WOUNDS 27/09/1916-SERVING WITH THE KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS-ATTACK ON DELVILLE WOOD-V.C. ACTION1914/15 STAR TRIO-NAMED TO: 7897 PTE.W.T.COOPER K.R.RIF:C
Bronze Memorial Plaque,named to: WILLIAM THOMAS COOPER.
Medals and plaque about extremely fine,on original silk ribbons.
Also comes with cabinet photograph of Cooper in uniform,taken by The Gorleston On Sea Studios
7897 Rifleman William Thomas Cooper 1st Bn., Kings Royal Rifle Corps Died of Wounds on 27th July 1916.He was born in Gorleston, Norfolk and enlisted at Great Yarmouth .He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.
William Thomas Cooper attested for the Kings Royal Rifle Corps on
11/01/1907, trade given as Farm Labourer-he was serving the Royal Garrison Artillery Militia when he enlisted.He served in Crete, Malta and India,before being sent to France in December 1914,
Very full set of papers online,which show him as wounded and missing-later stated as having died on the 27th July.
During the action on the 27th July,Albert Gill of the 1st Battalion won the Victoria Cross.
For Brother's Medals see item no: 52061
VICTORY MEDAL TO 2ND LIEUTENANT FREDERICK ALWIN HOLLIS -BLACK WATCH -DIED DECEMBER 1916Victory Medal, named to: 2 LIEUT F A HOLLIS.
Meda about extremely fine.
Second Lieutenant Frederick Alwin Hollis,2nd/6th Bn., Black Watch died on 16th December, 1916,and is buried at Norwich Cemetery.
Previous service as Pte 2916 14th London Regt.
He was a Clerk,living at Wood Green,Middlesex in the 1911 census.
VICTORY MEDAL TO ROBERT LOCKHART CRICHTON ROYAL ENGINEERS-DIED OF WOUNDS 25TH SEPTEMBER 1918Victory Medal, named to; 2775 SPR R CRICHTON R.E.
41225 Sapper Robert Lockhart Crichton 409th Field Coy Royal Engineers died of wounds on 25th September, 1918.The Son of John and Mary Murray Lockhart Crichton,OF 41,rOSS sT., Coatbridge,Lanarkshire.He is buried at the Etretat Churchyard extension.
Comes with CWGC Photographic Project photos, M.I.C. confirming change of number
VICTORY MEDAL TO WILLIAM McDERMID-HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY-KILLED IN ACTION ON Victory Medal,named to: 8989 PTE W.McDERMID H.L.I.
8989 Corporal William McDermid 10th Bn., Highland Light Infantry was killed in action on 17th March,1916.He was born and enlisted at Glasgow.He is buried at the Gunners Farm Military Cemetery.
Comes with two colour photos from the CWG Photographic project on folder
VICTORY MEDAL TO LAFFERTY-HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY-KILLED IN ACTION 18 APRIL 1916Victory Medal,named to: 10535 PTE W LAFFERTY HIGH L I
Meda about very fine, on replacement ribbon.
10535 Pte.William Lafferty,1st BN., Highland Light Infantry,was killed in action on 18th April 1918.
He was born in Airdrie,Lanarkshire,lived at Calderbank, Lanarkshire, and enlisted at Hamilton.He is commemorated on the Basra Memorial.
1914/15 STAR-McEWAN-SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS-KILLED IN ACTION-25TH SEPTEMBER 19151914/15 Star, named to: S-3576 PTE D,McEWAN SEA: HIGHRS.
S/3576 Pte David McEwan 8th Bn., Seaforth Highlanders was killed in action on 25th September, 1915.
The Son of Samuel McEwan of 11,Gladstone Place,Bell St.,Airdrie,Lanarkshire.
He is buried at the Dud Corner Cemetery Loos,Pas De Calais France,
medal about good very fine on replacement ribbon.
Comes with 2 X colour photos in a folder supplied by the CWGC
War Graves photographic project.
BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS- PTE CLEMENTS NORTH STAFFS REGTBronze Memorial Plaque, named to: CHARLES LEONARD CLEMENTS
British War and Victory Medals,named to: 202682 PTE C L CLEMENTS N STAFF R.
Medals and plaque about good very fine,some verdigris staining on Victory Medal.
202683 Pte Charles Leonard Clements 'A' Company 2nd/5th North Staffordshire Regiment was killed in action on 26th September,1917.The Husband of Ada Rosina Clements, of 29,Dorchester Road,St.New North Road, Hoxton,London.He was born in Tottenham,lived at Hoxton,and enlisted in Whitechapel,London.He is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.
Code: 51932Price: 190.00 GBP
BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO CATOR NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 18TH SEPTEMBER 1918British War Medal, named to: 18395 PTE J CATOR NORF R.
18395 Pte James Cator 9th Bn., Norfolk Regiment,was killed in action on 18th September,1918.
He was born in Rockland All Saints,Norfolk and enlisted at Norwich.He is buried at the Chapelle British Cemetery,Holnon.
Medal is about extremely fine, on full-lenght original silk ribbon.
Code: 51855Price: 48.00 GBP
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