1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO 2 LIEUT  ROBINSON-SUFFOLK YEOMANRY AND MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 12/11/1918-FROM CHESTERTON CAMBRIDGE 1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO 2 LIEUT  ROBINSON-SUFFOLK YEOMANRY AND MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 12/11/1918-FROM CHESTERTON CAMBRIDGE

1914/15 STAR AND VICTORY MEDAL TO 2 LIEUT ROBINSON-SUFFOLK YEOMANRY AND MACHINE GUN CORPS-DIED OF WOUNDS ON 12/11/1918-FROM CHESTERTON CAMBRIDGE

1914/15 Star, named to: 3222 PTE E.ROBINSON SUFF YEO.
Victory Medal, named to: 2-LIEUT.R.E.ROBINSON.
Medals good very fine.
Second Lieutenant Robert Ernest Robinson 46 Bn., Machine Gun Corps died of wounds on 12th November, 1918 aged 29.
The Son of Robert and Elizabeth Robinson of 11, Kimberley Road, Chesterton Cambridge. He is buried at Tourgeville Military Cemetery.
Robert Ernest Robinson was born in Chesterton, Cambridge in late 1889.He enlisted as a private with the Suffolk Yeomanry and served in Egypt from October 1915, latterly transferring to the Machine Gun Corps, and commissioned on 17th September, 1917.He was wounded and gassed on 28th September 1918. admitted 73 General Hospital Gunshot wound left leg (thigh) leg amputated and septicaemia. Died the day after the cessation of hostilities.
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