MERITORIOUS SERVICE MEDAL TO WINDER-AWARDED THE MILITARY MEDAL IN WW1
Meritorious Service Medal (George VI) Named to:
1407975 B.Q.M.S. P.W WINDER M.M. R.A.(small area of erasure noted after name, where MM has been added)
Medal about good very fine.
M.M. London Gazette 13 March 1918.37594 Cpl. P. W. Winder R.G.A.(Worthing) 7th Siege Battery
Percy Winder was born around 1893 in Newhaven, Sussex. His trade given as assistant grocer.
He was entitled to 1914 Star trio, arriving in France on 19/10/1914.He was wounded WW1 and entitled to a "wound stripe" He re-enlisted in the R.A. (Territorials) 16/02/1940.He served with various Technical Training groups in WW2.He was finally discharged in 1954.
He was working as a postman in 1935, and died in 1963 aged 69 at Worthing, Sussex.
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