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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.
AFGHANISTAN AND I.G.S. PAIR TO HARRIS-NORFOLK REGIMENT AND DUKE OF CORNWALLS LIGHT INFANTRYAghanistan Medal 1878-79-80 no clasp,named to: 1909 PTE C HARRIS 2/9TH FOOT.
India General Sevice Medal(1895-1902) clasps: PUNJAB FRONTIER 1897-98 and TIRAH 1897-98.Named to: 5130 PTE.C.HARRIS1/D.C.L.I.
Medals about good very fine,I.G.S.with engraved naming unique to the D.C.L.I.
Charles Harris was born in Lambeth,London around 1856 and he enlisted in the 31st Brigade at Woolwich, on 8th October1878.He gave his occupation as a glassblower.He was posted to India with the 2/9th Foot on 10th December.On 1st July,1889 in Simla,he was transferred to the Royal Welch Fusiliers.He was again transferred on 31st October 1896, this time to the Duke Of Cornwalls Light Infantry,with whom he qualified for the I.G.S..On 30th November 1900 Charles transferred to the Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) and 1st March 1902 to the 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment, before going to the 1st Battalion Gloucester Regiment on 1st November,1902.He disembarked in England on the 7th January 1905, having served 26 years and 126 days, over 25 years of which was spent in India,mostly around Lucknow,.Charles Harris was discharged in Gosport 10th February 1905.
Comes with copied service papers,census returns, etc. and a well written synopsis of his career.
IRAQ AND LONG SERVICE PAIR TO NICHOLSON ROYAL ARTILLERYGeneral Service Medal,clasp IRAQ,named to: 77809 GNR. R. O. NICHOLSON. R.A.
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George VI Robed bust)
clasp: REGULAR ARMY.Named to: 1046714 SJT. R.O.NICHOLSON R.A.
Medals very fine or better, a little contact wear and a few e/nicks.
This would appear to be his full entitlement.Comes with copied M.I.C.,which confirms change of numbers .
A SCARCE BURMA/BOER WAR PAIR TO GREEN-NORFOLK REGIMENTIndia General Service Medal (1854) clasps; BURMA 1887-89.Named to
827 PTE.J.GREEN 2ND.BN NORF R
Queens South Africa Medal,2nd type,clasps: RELIEF OF KIMBERLEY/PAARDEBERG.Named to:
827 PTE.J.GREEN NORFOLK REGT.
Medals about very fine, I.G.S.toned,suspension post on I.G.S.slightly twisted.
Medals confirmed on rolls.On the Q,S,A,rolls he is listed as serving with the 2nd Btn Norfolk Regt,and the mounted Infantry.He is additionaly entitled to the Cape Colony and Transvaal clasps.
Code: 52153Price: 425.00 GBP
QUEENS AND KINGS SOUTH AFRICA MEDALS TO BROWN-NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,second type,(ghost dates) wit clasps:
RELIEF OF KIMBERLET/PAARDEBERG/JOHANNESBURG.
King's South Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Medals name to: 3389 PTE.A BROWN.NORFOLK.REGT.
Medal about very fine,with a little contact wear, on original wearing bar. and taty ribbons.Stain on K.S.A.
Albert Brown was born in Moulton St Mary,near Acle Norfolk on 22nd March 1874.By 1881 he was living with his widowed Mother in Freethorpe.Already serving with the 4th Battalion Norfolk Regiment,Albert joined the Norfolk Regiment in Norwich on 16th November 1892,giving his trade as a Fisherman.Originally posted to the Depot,Albert transferred to the 2nd Battalion on 7th January,1893.On 9th November he was posted to India,He returned on 24th February 1899,and extended his service to 12 yeras on 12th November 1899,and was off to South Africa on 4th January 1900.He returned home on 11th February 1903,and was discharged on 15th November,1904 having completed 12 years service.He diedin 1909 aged 34 years.Sold with copied service papers,census returns, detc,and a well written synopsis of his life and career.
QUEENS AND KING'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDALS NAMED TO LEEDER-NOFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,2nd type (ghost dates) clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE/TRANSVAAL.
Kings South Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Medals named to: 5237 PTE A LEEDER NORFOLK REGT.
Medals about very fine or bette,mounted on pin as worn-with original ribbons.K.S.A.a little stained.
Arthur Leeder was born in Broome,Eye Suffolk in 1880.He joined the the 3rd Battalion Norfolk Regt on 4th April, 1899,and joined the Norfolk Regiment proper on 4th July 1899.Having served in South Africa, he trasferred to the 4th Queens Own Hussars 1st March 1906.He was finally discharged 3rd July 1911.
Comes with copied service papers, census returns, etc.Also comes with a well written comprehensive synopsis of his service and life
QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA AND KING'S SOUTH AFRICA MEDALS TO FRANCIS NORFOLK REGIMENTQueens South Africa Medal,2nd type, (ghost dates) clasps:
RELIEF OGF KIMBERLEY/PAARDEBERG/JOHANNESBURG.
King's South Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/ SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 2923 PTE R FRANCIS NORF REGT.
Medals about extremely fine,suspension bar with slight twist on K.S.A.
Robert Francis was born in 1867 at Tottenham,Middlesex.
He moved to Lowestoft Suffolk and lived with his Sister and Fish Merchant husband.He enlisted in the Norfolk Regiment on 27th July 1891 in Norwich.Having served at home and India,he returned home on 2nd February 1899 and was transferred to the Army Reserve on the 4th. Recalled to the colours on 17th April 1899 Robert was posted to the 2nd Battalion on the 21st and went to South Africa on the 4th January 1900.Having served with the 2nd Battalion at the Relief of Kimberley,he may have served with the Mounted Infantry,Robert returned home on the 11th February 1903 and was discharged on the 20th July, having served 12 years.
Sold with copied serive papers,census returns,etc.Also comes with a well written synopsis of his career.
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.
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
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
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