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1914 STAR TRIO-TO McCABE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

1914 STAR TRIO-TO McCABE ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (BLACK WATCH)

1914 Star Trio, named to: 3/2674 PTE. E.Mc CABE R.HIGHRS.
Medals about very fine or better, on old and new ribbons.
Arrived in France on 19/09/1914.
He was discharged on 11/08/1916 due to wounds, and is entitled to a silver wounds badge. no 26107.
Comes with research including a newspaper report stating that Edward Mc Cabe was three times wounded ,and a newspaper report stating that he had been charged with assaulting his Wife-case not proven. A report from the Fifeshire Advertiser stating that his Wife had been charged with neglecting her child whilst being intoxicated-her excuse being that her husband was in Hospital recovering from his wounds. Finally a report from the Fife Free Press, and Kircaldy Guardian dated 31 May 1919,stating that his wife was charged with disorderly conduct, and McCabe was charged with obstructing the Officers who tried to arrest her, by pushing them away. He was dismissed with an admonition.
Also comes with a well presented file of research from War and Sons, with war diary entries, medal rolls, etc. etc.

Code: 52544

185.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-TO GOLDER ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-TO GOLDER ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY

British War and Victory Medals.
Named to: PLY.198826 PTE.C.W.GOLDER.M.L.I.
Medals about very fine with a few e/nicks, on short lengths of ribbon.
Chester William Golder was born in Bowthorpe, Costessey, Norfolk on 26th June, 1900.
He enlisted in the Royal Marines on 26th June, 1917.He served at various depots and On several Ships including H.M.S. Glorious, being discharged in 1932.Papers available online.

Code: 52534

SOLD


1914/15 STAR TRIO-ROBERTSON ROYAL HIGHLANDERS ATTACHED KINGS AFRICAN RIFLES

1914/15 STAR TRIO-ROBERTSON ROYAL HIGHLANDERS ATTACHED KINGS AFRICAN RIFLES

1915/15 Star trio, named to: 11418 SJT.M.A.ROBERTSON R.HIGHRS (CPL. On star).
Medals about good very fine, on modern replacement ribbons.
Arrived in France on 02/05/1915.
Murdoch A Robertson was born around 1894 and was born in Inverness, Scotland.
Later served as no: 265213, and is shown on the roll of the King's African Rifles for the the British War and Victory Medals, so would have seen service in East Africa, being attached to the K.A.R.
He was a Janitor at Pitlochry High School, Perthshire, retiring in June 1958,and died in 1963 at Pitlochry.
Comes with copied papers.

Code: 52531

98.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO OWEN ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (13th SCOTTISH HORSE BTN)

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO OWEN ROYAL HIGHLANDERS (13th SCOTTISH HORSE BTN)

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
S-26538 PTE.R.OWEN. R.HIGHRS
Medals about good very fin, on short pieces of original ribbons.
Robert Owen was born at St. Helens, Lancashire.
He served in the 13th (Scottish Horse Btn.) Royal Highlanders, and later in the Seaforth Highlanders.
Full set of papers available online.
Comes with copied M.I.C.etc.

Code: 52530

50.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO CAWTHORNE-ARMY VETERINARY CORPS

1914/15 STAR AND BRITISH WAR MEDAL TO CAWTHORNE-ARMY VETERINARY CORPS

1914/15 Star, and British War Medal, named to:
SE-13062 PTE J CAWTHORNE A.V.C.(SGT on BWM)
Medals about good very fine, mounted on card for display.
Arrived in France on 11/12/1915.
Comes with copied M.I.C.

Code: 52502

50.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO NOBES-ROYAL FUSILIERS-LATER SERVICE WITH THE NORTHAMPTON REGIMENT

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO NOBES-ROYAL FUSILIERS-LATER SERVICE WITH THE NORTHAMPTON REGIMENT

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
62533 PTE J NOBES R.FUS.
Medals are mint, with their original full-length silk ribbons, and original slip stating that the Medals are engraved with the details of the unit in which first served, etc.
Comes with Medal index card, which also shows service with the Northampton Regiment and the Royal Engineers.

Code: 52501

48.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO HARLING-ROYAL AIR FORCE

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO HARLING-ROYAL AIR FORCE

British War and Victory Medals,named to:
39568 1 A.M. A.W.HARLING R.A.F.
Medals about extremely fine, on small pieces of original ribbon.
Arthur William Harling was born in Snape, Suffolk in 1895,He joined the Royal Flying Corps on 25th July 1916.He had previously served with the 6th Suffolk Regt., from the 29/09/1914 to 24/07/1916.
Served in France 02/07/1917 then to Egypt 03/07/1919 until 11/03/1919.Seerved with 4, 214 and 216 (Port Said) Squadrons.
Discharged from Netley Hospital Physically unfit on 14/05/1921.
Papers available online

Code: 52496

48.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO CURRIE-BLACK WATCH

1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO CURRIE-BLACK WATCH

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 9331 PTE.J.CURRIE
R,HIGHRS.
About good very fine, a few e/nicks on British War
Medal.
Arrived in France on 12/10/1915.
M.I.C shows later service with Royal Engineers.
Comes with copied M.I.C and medal roll.

Code: 52478

95.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO HEINRICH REYNOLDS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-MAY HAVE SERVED WITH THE 171ST  TUNNELLING COMPANY

1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO HEINRICH REYNOLDS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-MAY HAVE SERVED WITH THE 171ST TUNNELLING COMPANY

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 66962 SPR H.J.REYNOLDS.R.E.
Medals about good very fine, the Star with modern ribbon, the British War and Victory Medals on their original full-length silk ribbons.
His number indicates that he served with the 171st Tunneling Company?
He arrived in Egypt on 01/10/1915.
Served with the 13th Division Signal Company in Mesopotamia, and was admitted to hospital there with Malaria, and was evacuated to the UK on the 1st October 1916, aged 21.

Code: 52470

120.00 GBP


1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO ROSS-ENGINEER LIEUTENANT ROYAL NAVY

1914/15 STAR TRIO-TO ROSS-ENGINEER LIEUTENANT ROYAL NAVY

1914/15 Star trio,named to: CH ART.ENG.C.H.ROSS R.N.Medals about good very fine, mounted on card for display.
George Henry Ross was born on 29th September, 1867 at Portsmouth.He entered the Royal Navy on 11th November,1889,as an Acting Engine room Artificer,trade given as a fitter and turner.
He served on numerous Ships and Shore establishments,and was promoted to Artificer Egineer on 31st March, 1902. No Officers papers found,but group comes with a typed record of Navy Lists,of appointments and dates, starting April, 1902.
Assistant Engineer,01/04/1902
Chief Artificer Engineer 1/10/1911
Engineer Lieutenant 27/07/1920
Assistant Engineer Commander July 1919.
He served on numerous Ships, WW1 service includes FAIRY/TERRIBLE/LILAC/SAPHO and ZARIA.He is shown on the Retired list of October, 1920.He would have been aboard Sappho when it was planned to sink her in Ostend harbour on the second Ostend raid, but this had to be abandoned on the day of the raid, when she suffered severe engine damage in a minor explosion.He had previously been court martialled on 12th October 1916, being severly reprimanded for "Negligently performing his duty"
Comes with copied service papers, and typed lists of Ships and appointments extracted from The Navy Lists

Code: 52389

125.00 GBP