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BOER WAR AND WW1 M.S.M.GROUP TO HAMBLING NORFOLK REGIMENT AND FARRIER SJT ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY-ALSO COMES WITH A 1914 STAR TO A SIBLING IN THE NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,second type, calsps: RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY/PAADEBERG/JOHANNESBURG.
Kings South Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.These named to: 4600 PTE R HAMBLING NORFOLK REGT British War and Victory Medals, named to: 27 SJT R HAMBLING R..A.
Meritorious Service Medal, (George V) Named to: 876641 FAR: R.HAMBLING R.F.A.
Medals about very fine and better, some contact wear.
Robert Hambling was born in Norwich in 1877.He was serving in the 3rd Btn Norfolk Regiment,along with 4 of his Brothers!-who all went on to join the Norfolk Regiment proper,Robert enlisting on 9th June 1896, his adress given as 9, Dog Yard, Oak St.Norwich.Having served in South Africa he was back home by 1903 when he married Edith Francis Northfield in Norwich.In 1911 he was living at 88, Wodehoiuse Street, Norwich and was a postman.
He re-enlisted into the 3rd East Anglian Brigade Royal Field Artillery (TF) on 3rd November 1915 with the low no of 27 as a Sergeant, later attaing the rank of Farrier Sergeant.He was later numbered as 876641.He was discharged on 30th April, 1919.
M.S.M:London Gazette 17th June,1918.
Comes with some copied papers(full set available online), and many census returns, including his siblings, etc.
Also comes with his brothers 1914 Star, named to: 6919 PTE A. HAMBLING 1/NORF R.
About very fine, on modern ribbon
Arrived in France on 22/08/1914-entitled to the Aug-Nov clasp.
He attested in the Norfolk Regt in 1904-a full set of papers are available online.
ROYAL NAVY GROUP OF FIVE-ATTRIBUTED TO C.A. CLARKE R.N.S.R.1939/45 Star,Atlantic Star,Africa Star,1939/45 War Medal, and the Defence Medal.
Medals about extremely with a litte few green deposts on the Stars.
Came with a note, stating medals as awarded to: Cecil Arnold Clarke Royal Navy R.N.S.R.
See item no: 52129 For Medals to his Father.
Code: 52130Price: 50.00 GBP
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA MEDAL AND 1914/15 STAR TRIO TO CLARKE-NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,second type.with clear ghost dates,calsps; CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL,named to: 3413 PTE C CLARKE NORFOLK REGT.
1914/15 Star trio,named to: 10364 PTE C CLARKE NORF R (S-10364 on star).
Medals about very fine and better.
No papers found.
Private Charles Clarke is listed on the Medal roll for the Queens South Africa Medal, and it states that he was invalided on 21/02/01.
His M.I.C,for WW1 shows him as arriving in France on 25/07/1915,later transferring to the Labour Corps,before being discharged on 12th April 1919.
For the Medals to his Son see item no: 52130
Code: 52129Price: 250.00 GBP
AIR CREW EUROPE STAR GROUP TO NUTTALL A NAVIGATOR WITH 10 SQUADRON-WHOSE HALIFAX WAS SHOT DOWN OVER THE NORTH SEA ON 23 JUNE 1943 BY THE GERMAN ACE NIGHT FIGHTER PILOT BRUNO EIKMEIR1939/45 Star,Aircrew Europe Star,and 1939/45 War Medal.
Comes with casualty medal slip,and additional slip with 1600601 SGT NUTTALL.
Also comes with the bottom section of the Air Ministry box,and a copied photo of his grave,and a photo of Halifax Bomber BB324 ZA-X( Nuttals aircraft on the night he died)
Medals about extremely fine.
Segeant Navigator FrederIck Thomas Nuttall 1600601,10 Squadron Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve died on 23rd June 1943,aged 20.
The Son of Sidney A.H.and Ellen Nuttall of North End,Portsmouth.He is buried in Amsterdam New Eastern Cemetery.
Handley Page Halifax Mk11 BB324 ZA-X 10 Squadron (Piloted by Pilot Sergeant R.M.Pinkerton) ,took off from R.A.F.Melbourne on 22nd June 1943,on a mission to Mulheim.On the return journey,she was shot down at 2.36 on 23rd June by Night Fighter Pilot Oberfeldwebel Bruno Eikmier of the 2./NJG 1,flying a Bf 110 g-4 from Gilze-Rijen airfield.Bruno Eikmier was a German Ace,who shot down 6 aircraft, before he was himself killed in action on 04/09/1943.
All seven occupants of the aircraft were killed,the body of Navigator Sgt Nuttall being washed up near Zandvoort on 10th August 1943.
The Handley Page Halifax mk11 BB324 ZA-X is a much photographed aircraft-several images can be found on the internet,the copied image included with the group has a caption Handley Page Halifax BB324 ZA-X on a mission to Mulheim 23/06/1943.
An interesting lot, worthy of furher research.
EL-TEB-TAMAI- EGYPT PAIR TO TWELVETREES YORK AND LANCS REGTEgypt Medal,undated, clasp; EL-TEB-TAMAI.Named to:
278 PTE J TWELVETREES 1/YORK & LANC R.
Khedives star EGYPT 1884.
Medals about very fine and better, Egypt Medal has very minor contact wear,with a small edge bruise.Medal and clasp confirmed on roll.
Code: 52115Price: 395.00 GBP
EGYPT PAIR TO 2-DRUMMER-LLOYD ESSEX REGIMENTEgypt Medal,undated,clasp THE NILE 1884-85.Named to:
2 DRUMR J LLOYD 2/ESSEX R
Khedives Star, EGYPT 1884-85.
Medals about goodvery fine, ver minor damage from star.Stitched ribbons.
John Lloyd was born in Steeple, Maldon, Essex.He joined the Essex Regiment on 16th August, 1881.He served in Gibraltar,Egypt, Malta, and home.
He was discharged 15th August, 1893.Medals and clasp confirmed on his papers, which are available online.
Note the very low service no
1914/15 STAR TRIO TO HUGGINS ROYAL NAVAL RESERVE -DIED WW2 H.M.S.ELOOPA194/15 Star trio,named to: SA262 J.R,HUGGINS 2 HD.R.N.R. (262 S.A
1939/45 War Medal, with casualty slip, and box of issue,casualty slip named to: James Robert Huggins, and box addressed to Mrs E.Huggins 82, Baliol Rd Gorleston-On-Sea,Norfolk.
Medals about very fine or better,star a little stained.
Second hand James James Robert Huggins was born in Brdawell,Suffolk in 1885.He enrolled with the Royal Naval Reserve on 10th August 1914, Address given as Yarmouth Road, Caister On Sea,,and served on H.M.D."Tessie".He was demobilised in 1919.
He then saw service in WW2 ,serving on H.M.S.Elloopa.
C.W.G.C.details: Second Hand James Robert Huggins LT/JX 184432.H.M.S. Elloopa,Royal Naval Patrol Service died aged 59 on 24th July 1944.The Son on James Robert and Martha Emma Huggins;husband of Ella Elvery Huggins of Gorleston.He is buried at Gorleston Cemetery
Code: 52098Price: 110.00 GBP
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA-KINGS SOUTH AFRICA PAIR TO WHITE-ROYAL ARMY MEDICAL CORPSQueens South Africa Medal, clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL.
King's South Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 12048 PTE J.WHITE.R.A.M.C.
Medals very fine or better.
Medals and clasps confirmed on rolls
Code: 52092Price: 210.00 GBP
INDIA GENERAL SERVICE (1854) AFGHANISTAN PAIR TO SURGEON MAJOR DONALD ELCUM-MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES FOR BURMA 1887India General Service Medal (1854) clasps: BURMA 1885-7 /BURMA 1887-89 (this bar stitched on).Named to: SURGEON D.ELCUM I.M.D.
Afghanistan Medal 1878-79-80,no clasp, named to:
SURGEON :DNLD ELCUM I.M.D.
Medals are about extremely fine and toned, small nick on I.G.S.On original stitched ribbons.(Medal and clasps confirmed on roll)
Taken from India Medical Service:
Born 28th May,Guy's L.S.A.1875.m.r.c.s.1876.Surgeon 31st March 1877.S.M.31 March 1889.Retired 1895.Lt Colonel 18th October 1903,promoted for services in connection with the South African War for service outside South Africa.Rejoined for service in War of 1914-1918.Died in London 11 August 1922.Afghanistan 1879-80 Medal.Burma 1886-87 ,Desp. G.C.O. No 434 of 1887.Medal.War of 1914-19 Desp. L.G.22 Jan 1919 and 5 June 1919.
The Medical directories have additional information: Donald Elcum, of 41, Montpelior Terrace,Cheltenham,and Luxor,Upper Egypt.
Late Superintendant Lunatic Asylum Madras.Inspector of Disps H.H. The Nazim's dominions,and Super.Medical Off.Native Hosp.Luxor.
Zillah Surgeon and Superintendent of Jails Berhampore
Appointed examiner of Surgical Instruments,India Store depot,April,1908.
The 1911 census lists him as:Lieutenant Colonel,H.M.'s Indian Medical Service (retired) and now Inspector of Surgical Instruments to H.M.'s Indian Government,at India Office, Whitehall.
Sold with copied documents, much information available on Ancestry
Code: 52085Price: 875.00 GBP
GROUP OF SIX TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL E C BULLOCK T.D.MENTIONED IN DISPATCHES-SERVED SOUTH MIDLAND BRIGADE ROYAL ARTILLERY TERRITORIAL FORCEBritish War and Victory Medals (M.I.D.) 1911 Coronation Medal,1935 Jubilee Medal 1937 Coronation Medal and Territorial Decoration Edward VII ( hallmarks for London 1908-9) maker Garrards- with top bar.
British War and Victory Medals named to: LT COL E.C.BULLOCK.
Medals very fine to extremely fine,some dark toned,on original ribbons-group as purchased.
Lt. Colonel Edward Clifford Bullock,T.D.,M.A.,J.P.
Born 1866.Assistant Master at Malvern College,
Appointed Major 2nd Worcester Battery 2nd Midland Brigade Royal Garrison Artillery( volunteers) October 27, 1908.
Arrived in France March 1915.He was mentioned in dispatches on 01/01/1916.
He lived at the Cedars,Malvern.
Comes with copied papers, etc.
& maintained by Concept500