1914/15 STAR TRIO TO LONDON-ROYAL ENGINEERS-LIVED AT BARTON TURF, NEATISHEAD NORFOLK
1914/15 Star trio
Named to: 68370 SPR. C.LONDON.R.E.
Medals extremely fine, on new and old ribbons.
Arrived in France 06/06/1915
Later served as WR500281 Royal Engineers.
Charles London was living at Barton Turf, Neatishead, Norfolk, when he joined the Royal Engineers on 22/02/1915.His trade was given as a Fisherman.
He is entitled to a silver discharg... read more
ROYAL NAVY LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-TO GARGET- KILLED WHEN H.M.S.CURACOA WAS SLICED IN TWO BY H.M.S. QUEEN MARY-BURIED ON THE ISLE OF SKYE
Royal Navy Long Service and Good conduct Medal (George VI IND IMP fixed suspension)
MX.45530 .S.GARGET.BLK.1. H.M.S. CURACOA.
Medal extremely fine and toned.
Blacksmith 1st Class Sydney Garget C/MX45530
H.M.S. Curacoa Royal Navy died on 2nd October 1942.
The Son of William and Elisabeth Mary Garget, husband of Margaret Gertrude Garget of Bri... read more
1914/15 STAR TRIO AND INDIAN GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL CLASP MALABAR- TO WALL-ROYAL ARTILLERY
1914/15 Star trio, named to: 42196 GNR.F.WALL.R.G.A.
Indian General Service Medal, clasp: MALABAR
Named to: 1410176 GNR F.WALL.R.A.
Medals about very fine, the star and victory a little stained.
Malabar clasp scarce to the Royal Garrison Artillery, with approx 100 being issued according to Richard Stiles book "Taming the Tiger"
Arrived in the Balkans 18/12/191... read more
BOER WAR PAIR TO SIR EDMUND BEECROFT FRANCIS HEATHCOTE LACON- BARONET 12TH LANCERS
Queens South Africa Medal, clasps: CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE
Named to: LIEUT SIR E.B. LACON BART.12TH RL LANCERS( naming impressed)
King's South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902 (naming engraved)
Named to: LT.SIR E.B.F.H. LACON BT 12/LCRS
Medals very fine, contact wear, edge bruise on Q.S.A. large e/bruise on K.S.A.
Lt. 4th (Militi... read more
1914 STAR TO CAPTAIN MEEKE-MIDDLESEX REGT-A MILITARY CROSS WINNER WITH THE ROYAL MUNSTER FUSILIERS WHO WAS KILLED IN ACTION ON 1ST JULY 1916
1914 Star, named to:
2 LIEUT W.S.MEEKE MIDD'X R
Medal about good very fine, on original full length silk ribbon.
William Stanley Meeke
Born Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire
Captain William Stanley Meeke 2nd Bn., Middlesex Regt was killed in action on 1st July 1916 The son of the late Joseph and Mary Meeke of Sheffield .He is buried at the Ovillers Military Cemete... read more
BIRMINGHAM PAL'S MILITARY CROSS CROSS GROUP OF FOUR TO LIEUT HARRY LESLIE HIGGINS-PLAYED FIRST CLASS COUNTY CRICKET FOR WORCESTERSHIRE-AND RUGBY FOR THE OLD EDWARDIANS
Military Cross (George V) unnamed as issued
1914/15 Star trio, named to: to 2 LIEUT H.L.HIGGINS R.WAR.R. (2nd Lieut on pair)
Medals about good very fine, on original shortened stitched ribbons
M.C. London Gazette 25th November 1916
Temp 2nd Lieutenant Harry Leslie Higgins. For conspicuous gallantry in action. "He went forward under very heavy fire to ascertain the s... read more
SUTLEJ/PUNJAB PAIR-TO ENOCH EXLEY-53RD FOOT
Sutlej Medal for ALIWAL clasp SOBRAON
Named to: ENOCH EXLEY 53rd REGT
Punjab Medal, clasp GOOJERAT named to:
ENOCH EXLEY 53rd FOOT
Medals good very fine, contact wear and e/nicks to both medals.
On the Worldwide Index of 1851 (January to March) at Rawalpindi, India
There is an E Exley listed as Sergeant Major, whose widow was in receipt of a payment fr... read more
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO LAWRENCE-BRITISH COMMITTE-FRENCH RED CROSS
British War and Victory Medals.
Named to: F. S. LAWRENCE
Medals about good very fine-medals with safety pins attached to ribbons.
British Committee French Red Cross-Frederick Lawrence-Driver
Confirmed on roll.
Comes with copy of medal roll. read more
SOUTH AFRICA (ZULU) MEDAL-TO WALSH-2-21ST FOOT
South Africa Medal 1879, named to:
2323 PTE.P.WALSH 2-21ST FOOT
Medal good very fine, confirmed on roll.
Patrick Walsh was born at St Mark's. Dublin in 1844.
He attested for the 2/21st Foot on 12th Feb 1864.
His discharge papers state that he was "bad" his name appears 32 times in the Regimental defaulters book and he was three times court martialled.
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1914/15 STAR TRIO TO BEACHER-ROYAL SUSSEX REGIMENT-SERVED GALLIPOLI
1914/15 Star trio, named to:
4-2698 PTE.W.J.BEACHER R.SUSS:R.
Medals very fine or better on modern ribbons
Arrived in the Balkans on 06/09/1915
Also served with the Sussex Regt as 6529 and 241430
Entitled to the SWB no B241262 (wounds) enlisted 09/11/1914 read more