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1914/15 STAR AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO DARWIN-YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY-KILLED IN ACTION ON 3RD OCTOBER 1918

1914/15 STAR AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL-TO DARWIN-YORKSHIRE LIGHT INFANTRY-KILLED IN ACTION ON 3RD OCTOBER 1918

1914/15 Star, and British War Medal, named to: 16421 PTE.H.DARWIN.YORKS:L.I.
Medals about extremely fine, on original stitched ribbons, the star with a brooch suspender.
Also comes with Medal boxes (A/F)
16421 Pte. William Hubert Darwin 1st Btn., Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry was killed in action on 3rd October 1918.The Son of John and June Darwin, of Mattersey, Doncaster.
He was born at Retford, and enlisted at Doncaster.
He is buried at the TEMPLEUX-LE-GUERARD BRITISH CEMETERY.

Code: 52699

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BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO BOOTH 28TH BTN AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES-KILLED IN ACTION ON 26TH MARCH 1917

BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO BOOTH 28TH BTN AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCES-KILLED IN ACTION ON 26TH MARCH 1917

British War Medal, named to: 5298 A-CPL. B.BOOTH 28 BN A.I.F.
Medal about extremely fine, in original box of issue.
5298 Pte Bertie Booth 28th Bn., Australian Infantry was killed in action on 26th March 1917 aged 35.
The Son od Mrs Jane Dawle, of "Electra" Southbourne Avenue, Emsworth Hants. Born at Aldershot.
He id commemorated on the VILLERS-BRETONNEUX MEMORIAL.
Comes with active service sheet, and CWGC details.

Code: 52698

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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-TO WAKEFIELD NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION WITH THE NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT-LISTED ON THE KINGS LYNN MEMORIAL

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-TO WAKEFIELD NORFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION WITH THE NOTTS AND DERBY REGIMENT-LISTED ON THE KINGS LYNN MEMORIAL

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
26618 PTE.A.H.WAKEFIELD NORF R.
Bronze Memorial Plaque, named to: ALBERT HENRY WAKEFIELD.
Medals about good very fine, British War Medal has been re-pinned. Plaque has small hole at the top.
71418 Private Alfred Henry Wakefield 15th Btn., Sherwood Foresters (Notts and Derby Regiment) was killed in action on 20th October 1917.He was born at Hull, Yorkshire, and enlisted at Kings Lynn.
He is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, and also listed on the King's Lynn Memorial

Comes with copied M.I.C. which confirms change of number, etc.

Code: 52687

205.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO PARKER- ROYAL ARTILLERY

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO PARKER- ROYAL ARTILLERY

British War and Victory Medals.
Named to: 107546 GNR W.H.PARKER R.A.
Medals about good very fine, on original full length silk ribbons.

Code: 52680

38.00 GBP


1914 STAR-THOMSON-KILLED IN ACTION 1ST SEPTEMBER 1917

1914 STAR-THOMSON-KILLED IN ACTION 1ST SEPTEMBER 1917

1914 Star, named to: 32921 A.BMBR:R.THOMSON.R.G.A.
Medal about very fine, marks to reverse.
32921 Serjeant Robert Thomson Royal Garrison Artillery 4th Siege Battery was killed in action on 1st September,1917.He was born in Hilled, Fife, and enlisted at Leith Fort. He is buried at the Divisional Collecting Post Cemetery and Extension, Belgium.

Code: 52678

75.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE--TO HANSLIP SPARKES-NORFOLK REGIMENT KILLED IN ACTION ON 2ND SEPTEMBER 1918

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE--TO HANSLIP SPARKES-NORFOLK REGIMENT KILLED IN ACTION ON 2ND SEPTEMBER 1918

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
43350SJT.H.SPARKS NORF R.
Bronze memorial plaque: HANSLIP SPARKS
Medals and plaque about extremely fine, plaque holed.
Medals on original full length silk ribbons.43350 Serjeant Hanslip Sparks 1st Bn., Norfolk Regiment was killed in action on 2nd September 1918.He enlisted at North Walsham, and is remembered on the VIS-EN-ARTOIS Memorial.
He was the Son of John and Hannah Sparkes of Gladstone Cottages, Littleport Bridge, Ely Cambridgeshire.
See Brothers group see item no 52639

Code: 52638

230.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO JAMES ROBERT SPARKS-7TH BATTALION SUFFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 11 MARCH 1917

1914/15 STAR TRIO AND BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO JAMES ROBERT SPARKS-7TH BATTALION SUFFOLK REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 11 MARCH 1917

1914/15 Star trio, named to:
18662 PTE.J.R.SPARKS SUFF R.
Bronze Memorial Plaque named to: JAMES ROBERT SPARKES.
Medals and plaque about extremely fine. plaque holed.
Medals on original full length silk ribbons.
18662 Private James Robert Sparks 7th Btn.,Suffolk Regiment was killed in action on 11th March, 1917 aged 23.The son of John and Hannah Sparkes, of Gladstone Cottages, Littleport Bridge, Ely Cambridgeshire. He was born at Sutton Bridge, and enlisted at Holbeach. He is buried at the Faubourg D'amiens Cemetery, Arras.
He is also commemorated on
the Sutton Bridge War Memorial.
For his brothers group see item no 52638

Code: 52639

325.00 GBP


1915/15 STAR TRIO AND MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO SHELDON WEST RIDING REGT-KILLED 20/09/1917

1915/15 STAR TRIO AND MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO SHELDON WEST RIDING REGT-KILLED 20/09/1917

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 13093 PTE.T.SHELDON W RID.R.(Sjt on pair)
Bronze Memorial Plaque named to: THOMAS SHELDON.
Serjeant Thomas Sheldon 13093 Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regiment was killed on the 20th September 1917.The husband of Emma Shelon,of 92,Cotewall Rd., Manchester Road, Bradford.He is buried at the Bedford House Cemetery.
Thomas Sheldon was born Horton, Bradford in 1886.
Comes with a folder of research, including , including census returns, etc and a photo and obituary of Sheldon from the Bradford Weekly Telegraph:
Sheldon Sergeant Thomas, of 92,Cotewall Road, Bradford has been killed while being taken to the dressing station. He enlisted in September 1914,had been in France over two years and had only been back eight weeks after being home on leave. In a letter to his widow, his C.Q.M.S. says "He was well liked by officers and other ranks of his company, and his loss is keenly fely by by all, he was an excellent soldier. He was wounded twice, and was on his way to the dressing station when he was again hit by a heavy shell, which gave him his his death blow. All your husband's comrades in this company sympathise with you in your sad bereavement" Sergeant Sheldon is the third member of his family to make the supreme sacrifice. Four brothers are still serving, three in France, and his eldest brother Luke
is in hospital in Salonica. The sergeant leaves a widow.
Medals and plaque about good very fine, two small holes in top of plaque.

Code: 52604

295.00 GBP


BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-WALTER CLEMENT BOLTON-MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 13TH SEPTEMBER 1915

BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-WALTER CLEMENT BOLTON-MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 13TH SEPTEMBER 1915

Bronze Memorial Plaque.
Named to; WALTWR CLEMENT BOLTON.
Plaque about good very fine, a little discoloured, and glue residue on reverse-removed from a frame.
G410/ Private Walter Clement Bolton 11th Btn., Middlesex Regt., was killed in action on 13th September, 1915.He was born in Lambeth, Surrey, lived at Walworth, and enlisted in London.
He is buried at the Hoplines Communal Cemetery extension.

Code: 52568

80.00 GBP


BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO THOMAS GEORGE CHURCH-14TH LONDON REGIMENT (LONDON SCOTTISH)-ONE OTHER POSSIBILITY

BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE TO THOMAS GEORGE CHURCH-14TH LONDON REGIMENT (LONDON SCOTTISH)-ONE OTHER POSSIBILITY

Bronze Memorial Plaque, named to: THOMAS GEORGE CHURCH.
Plaque about extremely fine, label to reverse.
515143 Private Thomas George Church 1st/14th Btn.,London Regiment was killed in action on 28th March,1918.The husband of Mary Anne Church, of 10, Ackmar Rd., Parson's Green, Fulham, London.
He was born, enlisted and lived at Fulham, London.
There is also a Thomas G. Church listed on the CWGC serving with the Royal Engineers, died 3rd December, 1918,but only one Thomas George Church.

Code: 52528

85.00 GBP