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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COPPING-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED 1916

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO COPPING-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED 1916

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
TS-8275 DVR G,C.COPPING A.S.C.
Medals about good very fine, on wearing bar, the BWM mounted the wrong way round, Probably worn by a relative.
Private George Carter Copping,T.S./.8275 Army Service Corps, died in on 6th November, 1916 aged 47.The son of James Carter Copping, and Hannah Copping, of St. James, Halesworth, Suffolk. He lived at Bungay, Suffolk, and enlisted in Norwich.
He is buried at St. Hilaire Cemetery, Frevent.

Code: 52543

75.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO MACMILLAN-KILLED IN ACTION ON 20/07/1918-ALSO ENTITLED TO THE MILITARY MEDAL

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO MACMILLAN-KILLED IN ACTION ON 20/07/1918-ALSO ENTITLED TO THE MILITARY MEDAL

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
267142 PTE.A. MC MILLAN. R. HIGHRS.
Medals about extremely fine, on original ribbons.
267142 Pte. Angus Macmillan 7th Btn.,Royal Highlanders (Black Watch) was killed in action on 20/07/1918.The Son of Donald and Jessie Macmillan, of Station Buildings, Aberfoyle, Perthshire. He was born at Aberfoyle, Perthshire and enlisted at Glasgow. He is commemorated on the Soissons Memorial.
He was also entitled to the Military Medal, London Gazette 12th March, 1918: 267142 Pte. A. Macmillan R. Highrs (Glasgow).Comes with copied research, London Gazette, etc.

Code: 52529

Reserved


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


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO AITKEN-KILLED IN ACTION ON THE 28TH JUNE 1917 SERVING WITH THE BLACK WATCH

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO AITKEN-KILLED IN ACTION ON THE 28TH JUNE 1917 SERVING WITH THE BLACK WATCH

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
5095 PTE.J.M.AITKIN R.HIGHRS.
Medals about good very fine, on short pieces of original ribbon.
219604 Pte Joseph Mair Aitken 7th Btn.,Black Watch
was killed in action on the 18th June 1917.
The Brother of Elizabeth Aitken of 16,Marygate,Perth, Fife, Scotland.
He was born at Ansthruther, Fifeshire and enlisted at Cuper, Fifeshire.He is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial.
Soldiers died lists him killed in action on the 28th July. Comes with copied research including M.I.C., which confirms change of number.

Code: 52479

95.00 GBP


1914 STAR TO FAULKNER-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED AT HOME AFTER SERVING WITH /8TH LONDON REGIMEMNT

1914 STAR TO FAULKNER-ARMY SERVICE CORPS-DIED AT HOME AFTER SERVING WITH /8TH LONDON REGIMEMNT

1914 Star, named to: TS-911 DVR C FAULKNER A.S.C
Medal about very fine or better, but attempt has been made to erase the naming details-but still readable.
Arrived in France 22/09/1914
B/201829 Cornelius Faulkner,Rifle Brigade (1/8th London Regiment) died of wounds at home on 2nd October, 1918.He is buried in Highgate Cemetery,Entitled to the S.W.B.
Comes with copied M.I.C.etc.

Code: 52367

55.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-WELLS MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 13TH OCTOBER 1916

1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-WELLS MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 13TH OCTOBER 1916

1914/15 Star, named to: PW-2756 L-CPL J.T..R.WELLS MIDDX R.
Victory Medal,named to: PW-2756 PTE J.T.WELLS MIDD'X R.
Medals about good verry fine,the star has verdigris stains on reverse.
2756 Lance Corporal John Thomas Wells 18th (Public Works) Btn Middlesex Regiment, was killed in action on 13th October 1916,aged 40.The husband of Emily Gooderum(formerly Wells) of 13,Harvist Road,Holloway London.He was born in Stepney,London, and enlisted at Mill Hill, Middlesex.He is buried in the Hebuterne Military Cemetery

Code: 52186

85.00 GBP


BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS- PTE CLEMENTS NORTH STAFFS REGT

BRONZE MEMORIAL PLAQUE-BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS- PTE CLEMENTS NORTH STAFFS REGT

Bronze Memorial Plaque, named to: CHARLES LEONARD CLEMENTS
British War and Victory Medals,named to: 202682 PTE C L CLEMENTS N STAFF R.
Medals and plaque about good very fine,some verdigris staining on Victory Medal.
202683 Pte Charles Leonard Clements 'A' Company 2nd/5th North Staffordshire Regiment was killed in action on 26th September,1917.The Husband of Ada Rosina Clements, of 29,Dorchester Road,St.New North Road, Hoxton,London.He was born in Tottenham,lived at Hoxton,and enlisted in Whitechapel,London.He is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial.

Code: 51932

205.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO MELVILLE-NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS-DIED OF WOUNDS SERVING WITH THE RIFLE BRIGADE-FROM BYKER-NORTHUMBERLAND

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO MELVILLE-NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS-DIED OF WOUNDS SERVING WITH THE RIFLE BRIGADE-FROM BYKER-NORTHUMBERLAND

British War and Victory Medals, named to: 291827 PTE.D.MELVIN NORTH'D FUS.
Medals good very fine or better, the Victory Medal a little stained,on original ribbons und individual brooch suspension.
45355 Lance Corporal David Melvin The Rifle Brigade, Died Of Wounds on 29th August 1918,aged 35.He was born in Byker, Northumberland, and enlisted at Newcastle-on-Tyne.He was the Son of David and Mary H.Melvin of 112,Cumber Street,Newcastle-on Tyne.He is buried at the Bac-Du-Sud British Cemetery,Bailleulval.

Code: 51749

85.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-BRADFORD RIFLE BRIGADE-KILLED IN ACTION 23 OCTOBER 1914

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-BRADFORD RIFLE BRIGADE-KILLED IN ACTION 23 OCTOBER 1914

British War and Victory Medals, named to: 4521 E BRADFORD RIF BRIG
Medals about good very fine, on original full-length ribbons.
4521 Pte.Amos Bradford 3rd Bn Rifle Brigade, was killed in action on 23 October 1914.The Son of Mrs Ada Marsh,of Ley Rd., Sketchworth Newmarket.He was born in, and enlisted in Newmarket.He is commemorated on the Ploegsteert Memorial, Hainalt, Belgium.
Please note, incorrect initial on Medals-but the only Bradford on the M.I.C.'s with this number,so the engraver must have mis-read the Medal card.
Also entitled to a 1914 Star

Code: 51697

80.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO NELSON-SOUTH LANCS KILLED IN ACTION 23/10/1916 ON THE SOMME

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO NELSON-SOUTH LANCS KILLED IN ACTION 23/10/1916 ON THE SOMME

British War Medal/Victory Medal.Named to: 26085 PTE.H.W.NELSON S.LAN.R.
Pte.Henry William Nelson,26085 7th Battalion South Lancs Regt;was Killed In Action 23/10/1916,aged 40.He was the Son of William Henry Nelson,of 51,Kingsland Rd.,Stamford Road.,Dalston,London.He was born at Hackney,Middlesex,lived at Dalston,Middlesex,and enlisted at London.
He is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial.
Medals are about good very fine,on original full-length silk ribbons.

Code: 50564

85.00 GBP