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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA AND KINGS SOUTH AFRICA PAIR TO ING-OXFORD LIGHT INFANTRY

Queens South Africa Medal (3rd type reverse) clasps:
CAPE COLONY/ORANGE FREE STATE.
Kings South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 3245 PTE.J.ING.OXFORD. LT.I.
Medals about good very fine.
Joseph Ing was born in Ashley Green, Chesham, Buckinghamshire around 1879.He attested for the Militia in 1899.He was discharged absent in 1903.
Papers available online. Medals and clasps confirmed on papers and medal rolls

Code: 52610

225.00 GBP


QUEENS AND KINGS SOUTH AFRICA BOER WAR PAIR TO MORGAN GLOUCESTER REGIMENT

QUEENS AND KINGS SOUTH AFRICA BOER WAR PAIR TO MORGAN GLOUCESTER REGIMENT

Queens South Africa Medal (2nd type reverse) clasps;
RELIEF OF KNIMBERLEY/PAAEDEBERG.
Named to: 3215 PTE.F.W.MORGAN GLOUC RGT.
Kings South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 3215 PTE. T. MORGAN GLOUC: REGT.
Correct engraved naming on Q.S.A.
Medals about very fine, and toned.
Medals naming and clasp entitlement confirmed on roll.

Code: 52602

245.00 GBP


BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS WITH LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO GRANT-20TH HUSSARS AND CORPS OF MILITARY POLICE-ALSO SERVED WITH THE TANK CORPS

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS WITH LONG SERVICE MEDAL TO GRANT-20TH HUSSARS AND CORPS OF MILITARY POLICE-ALSO SERVED WITH THE TANK CORPS

British War and Victory Medals, named to:
9867 PTE.E.GRANT.20-HRS
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal (George V) clasp: REGULAR ARMY-named to: 536768 PTE.E GRANT C OF M.P.
Medals about very fine to extremely fine, B.W.M. has contact wear from Star.
Arrived in France 16/08/1914-entitled to a 1914 Star.
His name also appears on the Royal Tank Corps Enlistment records, showing that Edward Grant was born in 1894,in Allensford, Durham., his Tank Corps no given as 536768,previous service with the 20th
and 15th Hussars. He enlisted on16th April, 1913.He transferred to the Tank Corp in 1919 and the M.M.P. on 21/05/1921
Comes with copied M.I.C. and attestation record sheet.

Code: 52587

165.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/KINGS SOUTH AFRICA  PAIR TO RICHARDSON-KAFFARIAN RIFLES AND CAPE COLONY CYCLISTS CORPS

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/KINGS SOUTH AFRICA PAIR TO RICHARDSON-KAFFARIAN RIFLES AND CAPE COLONY CYCLISTS CORPS

Queens South Africa Medal (type 3 reverse) clasps:
CAPE COLONY/TRANSVAAL/WITTBERGEN.
Named to: 1262 PTE.J.A.RICHARDSON.KAFFRN.RIFLES.
King's South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901 and SOUTH AFRICA 1902.Named to:
31185 SERJT.J.A.RICHARDSON C.C.C.C.
Medals about good very fine, mounted on card for display.
Clasps confirmed on the roll of the Cape Colony Cyclists corps, and noted as having previously served with the Kaffarian Rifles-he is also on the roll for the South Africa 1901 and 1902 clasps, and marked King's Medal issued.

Code: 52579

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INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL AND WW1 PAIR TO CAPTAIN H.BUTT, S & T CORPS

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL AND WW1 PAIR TO CAPTAIN H.BUTT, S & T CORPS

India General Service Medal,(1908) clasp:
AFGHANISTAN N.W.F.1919.Named to: CAPT.H.BUTT. S & T..CORPS.
British War and Victory Medals, named to: LIEUT.H.BUTT.
M.I.C. states that BWM &Victory Medals issued by India Office, and he also tried to claim a 1914/15 Star awarded whilst serving with the British Army-It is noted that a 2 Lieut H. Butt is on the Army list, 1917, serving with Middlesex Regt, attached 25th London Regt.
Address given as: Treleigh, Mount Rise, Newquay, Cornwall.

Code: 52570

Reserved


INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP NORTH-WEST FRONTIER 1908-AND BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO JESSOP-WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR MARCH 1918

INDIA GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL-CLASP NORTH-WEST FRONTIER 1908-AND BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS TO JESSOP-WEST YORKSHIRE REGIMENT-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR MARCH 1918

India General Service Medal (1908) clasp:
NORTHWEST FRONTIER 1908.
Named to; 8339 PTE.P.JESSOP. 1ST W.Y.REGT.
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
8339 PTE.P.JESSOP.W.YORK.R.
Medals about extremely fine, mounted on card
(also entitled to a 1914 Star)
Parker Jessop was born in 1888 in Huntingdon.
He attested for the West Yorkshire Regiment in 1907
Served in India qualifying for the I.G.S. Northwest Frontier 1908,Malta in 1913, and France from November 1914.
He was taken a Prisoner of War on 18th March 1918.He was repatriated to England on 24th November 1918, and discharged on 31st March, 1920.
Full set of service papers available online

Code: 52571

195.00 GBP


QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/KINGS SOUTH AFRICA PAIR TO JONES -RIFLE BRIGADE

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA/KINGS SOUTH AFRICA PAIR TO JONES -RIFLE BRIGADE

Queens South Africa Medal (type 2 reverse with ghost dates) clasps: CAPE COLONY/TUGELA HEIGHTS/RELIEF OF LADYSMITH/TRANSVAAL/LAING'S NEK.
King's South Africa Medal, clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 1100 PTE.T.JONES RIFLE BRIGADE.
Medals very fine or better, and toned.
Medals and clasps confirmed on roll.
Thomas Jones was born at St. Luke's, London in 1872.He attested for the Rifle Brigade on 10th March, 1891.He served at home, India and South Africa, also being entitled to The India General Service Medal, clasp Punjab Frontier, 1897.98
He was discharged in 1903.
Papers available online.

Code: 52569

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CHINA/ASHANTEE LONG SERVICE GROUP OF THREE TO PONTING-ARMY HOSPITAL CORPS

CHINA/ASHANTEE LONG SERVICE GROUP OF THREE TO PONTING-ARMY HOSPITAL CORPS

2nd China Medal, no clasp, named to:
WALTER PONTING ARMY HOSPITAL CORPS.
Impressed naming.
Ashantee Medal, no clasp, named to: 153 2ND CORPL.W.PONTING A,H.C. 1873-4
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, (Victoria small letter reverse) named to:
153 2ND CORPL.W.PONTIN A.H.CORPS impressed naming.
Medals very fine to good very fine, with attractive matching tone. The China Medal has a few e/nicks/bruises.
A very scarce medal combination/group.
Walter Ponting was born in Marlborough, Wiltshire in 1830.He attested for the Medical Staff Corps in 1855, later being transferred to the Army Hospital Corps. His discharge papers state that he served in Malta for 2 years and 135 days and in China for 2 Years and 10 months.
He was discharged in 1878 after over 22 years service.
He is confirmed on the China and Ashantee Medal rolls, The China Medal roll states that he was on the Hospital ship in the Pei-Ho at the Taku Forts assault.
The Medal roll is annotated along with a number of other men on the roll who may have been entitled to the The Taku Forts clasp. However, the China Medal looks entirely as issued.

Code: 52542

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NAVAL LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO CHIEF SHIPWRIGHT HENRY ALFRED JOHNSON-H.M.S. CYCLOPS

NAVAL LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO CHIEF SHIPWRIGHT HENRY ALFRED JOHNSON-H.M.S. CYCLOPS

1914/15 Star trio, named to: 344353 H.A.JOHNSON.CH SHPT.R.N.
Royal Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, (George V) named to: 344353 H.A.JOHNSON.CH.SHIPT H.M.S.CYCLOPS.
Medals about very fine, on original stitched ribbons.
Henry Alfred Johnson was born on 8th July in Sheppey, Kent, trade given as Shipwright.
He served on numerous Ships and Shore Establishments, his WW1 service being mainly on H.M.S. Cyclops and Boadicea.
He was discharged from H.M.S. Castor in 1922.

Code: 52511

165.00 GBP


MALAYA M.I.D. GROUP OF FOUR TO LT.COL HORROCKS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR AND HELD AT OFLAG 79

MALAYA M.I.D. GROUP OF FOUR TO LT.COL HORROCKS-ROYAL ENGINEERS-TAKEN AS A PRISONER OF WAR AND HELD AT OFLAG 79

1939/45 Star, Africa Star,1939/45 War Medal with M.I.D.emblem, General Service Medal (George VI) clasp MALAYA,
named to: MAJOR J HORROCKS R.E.M.E.
Medals about good very fine, on wearing bar, swing-mounted as worn.
Captain J. Horrocks was mentioned in despatches for distinguished services in the Middle East, London Gazette 8th July, 1941 Horrocks Lt.(temp Captain J.
(101150).whilst serving with the Royal Army Ordnance Corps.
He was taken Prisoner of War (Reported missing 20/06/1942 Cyrenaica) with the Royal Ordnance Corps and listed as attached L.A.D.) He was transferred to Oflag 79, which is a camp for Officers. Oflag 79 was liberated by the Americans on 23rd April,1945.He is listed as serving with the R.E.M.E. upon his release. His last entry in the London Gazette is on 1st August 1967, where he is listed as ceasing to belong to the reserve of Officers having reached the age limit. His rank is Maj (Hon Lt.-Col.) Sold with a quantity of London Gazettes re his promotions and M.I.D., casualty lists for when he was taken prisoner, and released,
Worthy of further research.

Code: 52486

325.00 GBP