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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO ERNEST WILLIAM LOCKEY-2ND BTN LONDON REGT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 10TH SEPTEMBER 1916-BURIED AT DELVILLE WOOD CEMETERY

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO ERNEST WILLIAM LOCKEY-2ND BTN LONDON REGT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 10TH SEPTEMBER 1916-BURIED AT DELVILLE WOOD CEMETERY

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
2ND LIEUT E.W.LOCKEY
Medals about extremely fine,
2nd Lieutenant Ernest William Lockey 2nd Btn., London Regiment was killed in action on the 10th September, 1916.
The Commonwealth War Graves states that he died between 8-10 September 1916.
Previous service as 3536 4th London Regt. Commissioned 2nd Lieutenant London G...  read more

Code: 53674

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1914/15 STAR TRIO TO DANIEL STURMAN-DIED ON 20TH NOVEMBER 1939-FISHING VESSEL WILLIAM HUMPHRIES-SUNK BY U33

1914/15 STAR TRIO TO DANIEL STURMAN-DIED ON 20TH NOVEMBER 1939-FISHING VESSEL WILLIAM HUMPHRIES-SUNK BY U33

1914/15 Star trio, named to:
A.4850.D.STURMAN.SMN.R.N.R.(4850A on pair)
Medals extremely fine,with original full length silk ribbons, and original boxes of issue(A/F)
Deck Hand Daniel Sturman, Steam Trawler William Humphries (London) Fishing fleet died on 20th November 1939 aged 44.
Son of Henry and Mary Sturman; husband of Elizabeth May Sturman, of Hemblington, N...  read more

Code: 53665

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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA-1914/15 STAR TRIO TO KILMAN-NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 11TH AUGUST 1915

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA-1914/15 STAR TRIO TO KILMAN-NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 11TH AUGUST 1915

Queens South Africa Medal (third type reverse) clasps:
TRANSVAAL/SOUTH AFRICA 1902 (these loose on ribbon) named to:
3514 F.KILMAN.NORFOLK.REGT.
1914/15 Star trio, named to: 3-10665 PTE.F.KILMAN NORF.R.
Medals about good very fine, the WW1 medals on original silk ribbons.
3/10665 L/Corporal Frederick Kilman 7th Bn., Norfolk Regiment was killed in action on...  read more

Code: 53658

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BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO SJT IRONSIDE -A DCM WINNER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS ON 19/11/1914-DCM AWARDED FOR 23RD AUGUST 1914-LISTED IN DE-RUVIGNYS ROLL OF HONOUR

BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO SJT IRONSIDE -A DCM WINNER WHO DIED OF WOUNDS ON 19/11/1914-DCM AWARDED FOR 23RD AUGUST 1914-LISTED IN DE-RUVIGNYS ROLL OF HONOUR

British War Medal, named to:
32255 SJT.R.S.IRONSIDE.R.A.
32255 Serjeant Robert Stewart Ironside 120th Battery Royal Field Artillery died of wounds on 9th November 1914 aged 31.The Son of Hannah Coon (formerly Ironside) of Hunworth, Melton Constable, Norfolk, and the late William Stewart Ironside. Native of Aberdeen.
He was born at Sheffield and enlisted at Newcastle-on Ty...  read more

Code: 53609

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1914/15 STAR-AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO WILSON-NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION 12TH AUGUST 1915-5TH NORFOLK REGT-VANISHED BATTALION

1914/15 STAR-AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO WILSON-NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION 12TH AUGUST 1915-5TH NORFOLK REGT-VANISHED BATTALION

1914 15 Star, named to: 2752 L.CPL-W.J.WILSON NORF.R.
British War Medal, named: 2752 PTE.W.J.WILSON.NORF.R.
Medals about good very fine.
2752 Lance Corporal William John Wilson 1/5th Bn., Norfolk Regiment was killed in action on 12th August 1915.The Son of Robert and Rose Anna, of "Westacre2 High House Farm, Castleacre, King's Lynn.
He enlisted at East Dereham and is...  read more

Code: 53646

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1914/15 AND BRITISH WAR MEDALS TO ROSE-1/4TH BATTALION NORFOLK REGT-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 05/12/1915 AT GALLIPOLI

1914/15 AND BRITISH WAR MEDALS TO ROSE-1/4TH BATTALION NORFOLK REGT-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 05/12/1915 AT GALLIPOLI

1914/15 Star, British War Medal, named to:
2041 PTE.P.ROSE.NORF.R.
Medals about good very fine.
2041 Pte. Percy Rose 1/4th Battalion Norfolk Regt., died of wounds on 5th December, 1915.
The Son of Arthur and Mary Anne Rose, of 4, Station Road, Lingwood, Norfolk.
He was born at South Burlingham, Norfolk and enlisted at Acle, Norfolk
He arrived in Gallip...  read more

Code: 53612

110.00 GBP

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 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

Code: 53597

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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COOPER-ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY-DIED IN A RAILWAY ACCIDENT ON 14TH FEBRUARY 1917

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COOPER-ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY-DIED IN A RAILWAY ACCIDENT ON 14TH FEBRUARY 1917

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
38171 DVR D.COOPER.R.A.
Medals about good very fine, on original but tatty full-length silk ribbons
38171 Driver Thomas Cooper 17th., Div. Ammunition Column Royal Field Artillery died of accidental injuries on 14th February 1917.
Thomas Cooper was born at Clerkenwell, and enlisted at Holburn.He is buried at Bois-Guillaume Co...  read more

Code: 53577

75.00 GBP

1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO 2 LIEUT  ROBINSON-SUFFOLK YEOMANRY AND MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 12/11/1918-FROM CHESTERTON CAMBRIDGE

1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO 2 LIEUT ROBINSON-SUFFOLK YEOMANRY AND MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 12/11/1918-FROM CHESTERTON CAMBRIDGE

1914/15 Star, named to: 3222 PTE E.ROBINSON SUFF YEO.
Victory Medal, named to: 2-LIEUT.R.E.ROBINSON.
Medals good very fine.
Second Lieutenant Robert Ernest Robinson 46 Bn., Machine Gun Corps died of wounds on 12th November, 1918 aged 29.
The Son of Robert and Elizabeth Robinson of 11, Kimberley Road, Chesterton Cambridge. He is buried at Tourgeville Military Cemetery...  read more

Code: 53576

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1914/15 STAR-TO CHESSER-ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT

1914/15 STAR-TO CHESSER-ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT

1914/15 Star, named to:
G-5639 PTE.A.CHESSER.R.W.KENT.R.
Medal about good very fine, on original silk ribbon.
G/5639 Pte. Alfred Chesser, 8th Bn., Royal West Kent Regiment was killed in action on 8th June,1916.
The Son of Mr W. and Mrs E. Chesser. of 126,Fairbridge Road, Upper Holloway, London. He was born at Hampstead, London and enlisted at Worthing.He is buried a...  read more

Code: 53557

55.00 GBP