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ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-CHAPPLE 1/9TH FOOTArmy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria small letter reverse) named to: 4240 .SERGT R CHAPPLE 1-9TH FOOT.
Medal about good very fine, with ornate top suspension.
Robert Chapple was born in 1837 in Chulmleigh near Chawleigh in the County of Devon.He attested for the 9th Regiment in Limerick on 26th January 1856,giving his trade as a Labourer.He re-engaged for a further 11 years in 1866.On 15th October 1874 Robert transferred to the South Gloucester Militia,with whom he served until 13th February
1877 having served 21 years 19 days service.He was recommended for the L.S.G.C.Medal on 1st April 1876 whilst still serving with the South Gloucester Militia, but must have been attached to them, as he is on the roll for the 9th foot, and was discharged by them.
Comes with copied papers, census returns, etc.etc,and a synopsis of his service.
Code: 52105Price: 165.00 GBP
ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-VICTORIA-TO FULKER-1/9TH FOOT (NOFOLK REGT)Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria, small reverse letters) named to: 3846 SERGT H FULKER 1-9TH FOOT.
Medal about good very fine.
Henry Fulker was born in Reading in 1841.He enlisted in the 9th Foot on 21st March 1855 aged 14,trade given as musician, so would probably have been a drummer.On the 1861 census he is shown serving at Corfu Vidu Sa. Maura and Ithica He was recommended for the L.S.G.C.Medal in 1877.(this his only Medal) but unfortunately died in service of meningitis in Dublin General Military Hospital and is buried in Dublin.
Sold with copied census returns, details of gravestone,death cert etc.etc., and a well written synopsis of his service.
Code: 52104Price: 165.00 GBP
DELHI DURBAR MEDAL 1911Delhi Durbar Medal 1911-unnamed as issued.
Medal about good very fine.
Code: 52094Price: 95.00 GBP
ARMY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-STEWARD 15TH FOOTArmy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (Victoria small reverse lettering type 2 1859-74-see Fred Larimores book "The Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal" )
Named to: 2545 PATK STEWARD 1ST BATT. 15TH FOOT.
Medal about very fine or better,a couple of edge bruises.
Early impressed naming.
Patrick Steward was born In 1826 at Trinity, Waterford.He attested for the 15th Foot on 28th November 1845.
He served in Ceylon, Gibraltar and British North America.,being discharged on 11th January 1867 after 21 years 45 days service.
Code: 52093Price: 145.00 GBP
ROYAL OBSERVERS CORPS MEDAL-TO COLLISONRoyal Observers Corps Medal ( Elizabeth II DEI GRA).
Named to: OBS S.J.COLLISON
Medal about extremely fine.
Stephen John Collison awarded the Medal 1986-served with group 6 (Norwich)
Code: 52091Price: 165.00 GBP
ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO GUNNER WHITE ROYAL MARINE ARTILLERYRoyal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal(Victoria)
Named to: CHAS WHITE GUNNER,NO 1199 R.M.A.
Medal about very fine,pitted from contact with star.
Born Hertford,Herts, 1852.
Entitled to the Egypt Medal, clasp Tel-El-Kebir and Khedives Star.
Long Service Medal awarded 1888.
Travelled to Egypt on H.M.S.Orontes.
Comes with copied papers,confirming Medals awarded
Code: 52077Price: 150.00 GBP
CIVIL DEFENCE GROUP AND SPECIAL CONSTAB MEDALS TO CHARLES AND B.D.PRICECivil Defence Long Service Medal, in box of issue,un-named as issued.
Defence Medal, in box of issue,named to B.D.Price 30, Crofton Road,Ipswich Suffolk.Comes with original issue slip, and Method of wearing the ribbon letter. Also comes with Civil Defence Armband and stripes x 2.
Special Constabulary Medal( George V) named to: Charles Price
TERRITORIAL EFFICIENCY MEDAL TO ROBINSON ROYAL ARTILLERYterritorial Efficiency Medal (George VI) clasp: TERRITORIAL.
Named to: 2046699 BMBR S ROBINSON R.A.
Medal about good very fine.
Code: 52073Price: 43.00 GBP
ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO MORRIS-H.M.S. DRAGON-SERVED WITH THE AUSTRALIAN NAVY FOR 2 YEARSRoyal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George V Coinage bust) Named to: K58343 G.J.MORRIS S.P.O. H.M.S. DRAGON.
Charles John Morris was born in Tottenham,London in 1901.
He joined the Royal Navy in 1917 serving as J92651 on H.M.S.Powerfull, before being transferred to K 58343 in April 1919.
He served on numerous Ships and Shore establishments, including:
H.M.S.Pembroke/Barham/Empress of India/Benbow/Cyclops/Castor and Calliope.He then served with the Royal Australian Navy for two years from 28/05/1925.He served on Cerberus and Sydney,His record was transferred in 1928,He suffered an injury to his right arm during service.He was awarded his Long Service Medal in October. 1934.Comes with copied service record and Medal roll
Code: 52069Price: 75.00 GBP
GEORGE V NAVAL LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-RUDKIN H.M.S.CUMBERLANDRoyal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George V Admirals bust) Named to: K19298 W.G.RUDKIN.STO1 H.M.S.CUMBERLAND.
Medal:Obverse Fine/ Reverse Good very fine.
Walter George Rudkin was born in Colchester,Essex in 1893
He joined the Royal Navy 9th May 1913.
He served in various Ships and shore establishments including: during WW1: H.M.S. St George,Wallington and Cyclops,then from 1920 in H.M.S. Erin/Pembroke/Ganges/Pembroke,He then served from 10 February 1923-21 March 1924 on H.M.S. Cricket,an insect Class Gunboat,on the China Station,and then on H.M.S.Mantis,from 1st April 1924 to 31st March 1925.He was serving on H.M.S.Cumberland in 1927 where his service record is transferred.
He was awarded the Long Service Medal in 1928,and is entitled to a 1914/14 Star trio.
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