1914/15 STAR TRIO AND TERRITORIAL FORCE EFFICIENCY MEDAL- TO LEWIS- NORFOLK YEOMANRY AND ROYAL ENGINEERS-TWICE MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES
1914/15 Star trio, with M.I.D. emblem on Victory Medal named to:
72482 CPL.F.G,LEWIS R.E.(SJT on pair)
Territorial Force Efficiency Medal (George V) named to:
1357 SQ.Q.M.SJT.F.G,LEWIS NORF YEO.
Medals about good very fine, on wearing bar.
Frank Gray Lewis was born in Crewe Cheshire, and was living on Unthank Road Norwich when he attested for the Kings Own Royal Norfolk Yeomanry.
During WW1 he served at home from 05/08/1914
to 14/01/1915, and arrived in Egypt in 15/04/1915.
He served in the Yeomany Mounted Section of the Divisional Signalling Squadron, Royal Engineers.
He was mentioned in despatches twice, for Egypt, see London Gazette 11th June 1918 and 21st January 1919 (4th Signalling Squadron)
He was awarded the Territorial Efficiency Medal in 1920.
There is a large file available online in the "burnt papers" that can be easily obtained online.
Scarce unusual group, worthy of further reaseach.