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BOER WAR LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO BELL- NORFOLK REGIMENT

BOER WAR LONG SERVICE GROUP OF FOUR TO BELL- NORFOLK REGIMENT

Queens South Africa Medal, clasps: CAPE COLONY/PAARDEBERG
JOHANNESBURG.Kings's Sourh Africa Medal,clasps: SOUTH AFRICA 1901/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.
Named to: 5083 PTE.C.BELL.NORFOLK REGT.
British War Medal, named to: 5083 A C SJT C.BELL.NORF R.
Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal(George V) Named to:
5083 L.SGT.C.BELL. NORF R.
First two very fine with contact wear,mounted on pin for wearing, last two extremely fine,on original full length ribbons.
Charkes Bell was born in Gt Yarmouth in 1879, and worked as a Grocers assistant before attesting for the Norfolk Regiment on 19th December, 1898.
He served in South Africa,Gibralter and India.He re-engaged at Gibraltar,in 1910 and was received a certificate in map reading,and and a tepmporary Schoolmasters certificate,and served as an acting Schoolmaster Sergeant from 29/01/1912-08/09/1914.He served in India from 22/01/1911 to 13/09/1920 when he was discharged, his rank then being C/Q/M/SJT.His address given upon discharge was 206,Palgrave Road, Great Yarmouth.His Wife died at Bangalore 23rd August, 1918.
Long Service Medal awarded 1917, papers show entitlement to Medals and clasps for the Boer War,British War Medal only for WW1.
A very full set of service papers available online.

Code: 52352

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2ND NORFOLK ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS MEDAL-IN ORIGINAL FITTED BOX

2ND NORFOLK ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS MEDAL-IN ORIGINAL FITTED BOX

2nd Norfolk Artillery Volunteers Medal,silver 31 mm
Reverse: HON'Y MEMBER 2ND NORFOLK ARTILLERY VOL'RS.
Medal about good very fine, on original pin,and ribbon, which is a little stained.
In original fitted case
Scarce

Code: 52347

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SUTLEJ/PUNNIAR STAR PAIR TO FELWICK-WOUNDED AT ALIWAL

SUTLEJ/PUNNIAR STAR PAIR TO FELWICK-WOUNDED AT ALIWAL

Sutlej Medal for Moodkee,clasps: FEROZESHUHUR /ALIWAL.
Named to: PTE.JAMES FELWICK 50TH REGT.
Punniar Star, named to; Private James Felwick 50th Queens Own Regt.
This named in running script, with contemporary replacement suspension.Medals Fair to Fine,Sutlej severley pitted and worn,the Star with two blunted points from contact wear.
James Felwick was wounded at Aliwal on 21/08/1846


Code: 52346

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BRITISH EMPIRE GROUP OF FIVE TO SKIPPER GREENGRASS-SKIPPER MOTOR FISHING VESSEL

BRITISH EMPIRE GROUP OF FIVE TO SKIPPER GREENGRASS-SKIPPER MOTOR FISHING VESSEL "WINSTON"

British Empire Medal,(Civil) named to: JERMYN T GREENGRASS
1914/15 Star trio,named to: WSA1801 J.T.GREENGRASS SKR.,R.N.R (naming engraved on B.E.M.)
1939/45 War Medal, un-named as issued.

Medals very fine and better, mounted on felt pad.
London Gazette: 24th June,1946: Jermyn Thomas Greengrass, Skipper,Motor Fishing Vessel "Winston"
Jermyn Thomas Greengrass was born in Lowestoft, Suffolk in 1882.
He was enrolled on 12/07/1915, and served in H M D "Placeo" "Kingfisher" and "White Oak"
For WW2 as well as being awarded the B.E.M., he is on the roll for the 1939/45 War Medal.

Code: 52332

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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-AND I.G.S AFGHANISTAN 1919-HINCKS MACHINE GUN CORPS AND MOTOR MACHINE GUN SERVICE ROYAL ARTILLERY

British War and Victory Medal,India General Service Medal,clasp AFGHANISTAN N.W.F.1919.
Named to 2120 GNR. A.E.HINCKS. M.G.CORPS.
Medals about very fine and better, the I.G.S.cleaned and officially re-impressed.
Comes wth copied M.I.C.and Medal roll for the I.G.S.,which shows Hincks serving with the 3rd Motor Machine Gun Battery.

Code: 52327

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ULSTER DEFENCE REGIMENT LONG SERVICE MEDAL

ULSTER DEFENCE REGIMENT LONG SERVICE MEDAL

Ulster Defence Regiment Long Service and Good Conduct Medal
About extremely fine
An un-named specimen
Granted to personnel after 15 years exemplary service after 15th April 1970.
Scarce on the market

Code: 52305

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VICTORY MEDAL TO LIEUT LINFORD ROYAL AIR FORCE-AN OBSERVER-HE WAS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES TWICE

VICTORY MEDAL TO LIEUT LINFORD ROYAL AIR FORCE-AN OBSERVER-HE WAS MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES TWICE

Victory Medal, named to: LIEUT.R.D.LINFORD R.A.F.
Medal about good very fine.
Robert Dudley Linford was born on 18th July, 1893.He lived at Trinity St., Norwich, Norfolk.
He joined the Royal Air Force on 25th April,1918 after previous service as an oficer in the 1/7th Warwickshire Regiment,and was attached to the Royal Flying Corps on 13/10/1917.
He was appointed to 36 Squadron..He was later posted to 149 where he served as a night flying observer, and 12 and 22 Squadrons.
Under Special quilifications it states that he was the designer of three telescopes for torpedo directors and other optical instruments,Sgt Instructor? of Lewis Guns etc.
Since joining R.F.C:-
Flown as an observer:- RE R7,
Landed? a Bristol Fighter.
DH4,FE2B,FE2D
Course at School of Aerial gunnery, Hythe, 12/11/1917-04/01/1918.
Mentioned in despatches 18/12/1917 (Warwickshire Regt) and 11/07/1919 (149 Squad)
Joined the Territorial Army 08/11/1038 (78th A.A.Regt.,Royal Artillery)
Interesting recipient-worthy of further research.

Comes with copied M.I.C.,London Gazettes,and R.A.F. Record

Code: 52296

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BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-TO SARGENT CAMBRIDGESHIRE REGIMENT KILLED IN ACTION ON 7TH JUNE 1916

BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDAL-TO SARGENT CAMBRIDGESHIRE REGIMENT KILLED IN ACTION ON 7TH JUNE 1916

British War and Victory Medals, named to; 3903 PTE.B.E.SARGENT CAMB.R.
Medals extremely fine, the BWM dark toned, on original ribbons.
2903 pte.Bert Ernest Sargent,1st Battalion Cambridge Regiment,was killed in action on the 7th June 1916.
The Son of Mrs E.A.Sargent of Almhouses,Babraham, Cambridgeshire.
He enlisted at Cambridge,and is buried at the Gorre British and Indian Cemetery.
Cambridge Regiment casualties very scarce on the market.

Code: 52283

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QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA- 1914 STAR TRIO TO GILL-COLDSTREAM GUARDS

QUEENS SOUTH AFRICA- 1914 STAR TRIO TO GILL-COLDSTREAM GUARDS

Queens South Africa Medal,clasps: CAPE COLONY/SOUTH AFRICA 1902.Named to: 4082 PTE.J.GILL COLDSTREAM GUARDS
1914 Star trio (with copy clasp), named to: 4082 PTE.I.J.GILL C GDS.
Medals very fine to good very fine,star marks on Q.S.A.Mounted on felt pad for display.
Isaac James Gill was born at St.Julian's Norwich in 1879.
He attested fo the Militia (P.W.O.Norfolk Artillery) in 1898,and then attested for the Coldstream Guards in Norwich on 14/02/1901.
Served in South Africa,and is on the Regimental Defaulters Sheet as being drunk in barracks at Cape Town-sentenced to 8 day's CB on 09/07/1902.
He arrived in France on 30/08/1914,qualifying for the 1914 Star and clasp.He was discharged on 19/09/1915 with Asthma and Chronic bronchitis.
Comes with full set of service papers,medal roll,etc.


Code: 52281

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1914/15 STAR TRIO AND CAPE BADGE-TO SISTER GIBBS-QUEEN ALEXANRA'S IMPERIAL MILITARY  NURSING SERVICE RESERVE

1914/15 STAR TRIO AND CAPE BADGE-TO SISTER GIBBS-QUEEN ALEXANRA'S IMPERIAL MILITARY NURSING SERVICE RESERVE

1914/15 Star trio,named to: SISTER M.S.GIBBS,Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.(SISTER M.S.GIBBS on pair)
Together with a Q.A.I.M.N.S.R.Cape badge,
Medals about extremely fine,mounted on wearing bar as worn.
Margaret Sussanah Gibbs was born on July 23rd, 1881 at Antingham Hall, Norfolk.She was educated at The Elms, North Walsham. Norfolk,worked at Great Yarmouth 1902-1905.She was a practitioner in her 1st Year, a Staff Nurse,a Theatre Nurse, and Theatre Sister.She worked in private nursing from 1905-1913.
Joined Q.A.I.M.S.R. in 1913 and joined Army Service 16/09/1915.
She worked as a Surgical Theatre Sister on Officers Wards (56 casualty clearing stataion) She was given two weeks sick leave at Boulogne in 1917 to recover from a septic wound of the left forearm.
In 1919 She was granted leave to look after her sick father,who lived at "Glenrock" Wyndham Park, East Runton, Cromer, and resined her appointent, which was accepted.She died in Norfolk in 1969
Full set of papers available online, where there are more details regarding the service of Sister Gibbs

Code: 52274

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