CRIMEA MEDAL-CLASP SEBASTOPOL-TO CHEYNE-71ST HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY
Crimea Medal, clasp: SEBASTOPOL. Named to:
2219 CHARLES CHEYNE 721ST.HD.LT.INFY.
Named in large upright capitals.
About very fine-with two or three large edge bruises.
Worldwide Index of 1851 shows Cheyne as serving in Toronto, Canada. read more
EGYPT MEDAL AND KHEDIVES SUDAN PAIR TO LOVEYS-COLDSTREAM GUARDS
Egypt and Sudan Medal, dated 1882, clasp: TEL-EL- KEBIR. Named to: 4672 PTE.S.LOVEYS-2 CDM.GDS.
Khedives Star, 1882, impressed 4672 C.G.
Medals about very fine, the Egypt Medal a little pitted from wear with the Khedives Star, naming not affected.
Samuel Loveys was discharged time expired in 1895.
Medals, and clasp confirmed on roll,copy included with Medals. read more
1914 STAR-TO CAPTAIN GEORGE VALENTINE DOVE-1/LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT-ALSO SERVED IN THE BOER WAR.
1914 Star, named to: LIEUT G.V.DOVE.LINC: R.
Medals about very fine, and gilded, on original faded and tatty ribbon.
George Valentine Love was born in 1879. and was commissioned into the 1st Volunteer Battalion of the Lincolnshire Regt on June 25th 1900.Captain G.V. Dove, 3rd Volunteer Battalion, was granted the temporary rank of Lieutenant in the Army whilst serving with the Volu... read more
1914 STAR TO STAPLES-LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT-A MILITARY MEDAL WINNER
1914 Star, named to: 8387 PTE.J.STAPLES.1/LINC.R.
Medal about very fine.
Military Medal, London Gazette 21 August 1917.(6th Battalion)
James Staples was born at Surfleet, Spalding around
1888.He attested for the Lincolnshire Regiment on 20th January 1908.
Arrived in France on 13/08/1914.He was wounded in action on around 29/09/1914, and again on 24/02/1915.He... read more
1914 STAR TO SIMPSON-LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT-WOUNDED-AND ENTITLED TO THE SILVER WOUNDS BADGE
1914 Star, named to:7957 PTE.J.SIMPSON.2/LINC.R.
Medal about good very fine.
Pte John Simpson enlisted in the Lincolnshire Regiment in 1907.He is on a 2nd Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment Regimental Orders list of Troops placed under order for India embarking December 1908.
He arrived in France on 05/11/1914.
He was reported wounded on 21st March 1915 -Gunshot wound k... read more
1914 STAR AND BAR TO KERSHAW-LINCOLNSHIRE REGIMENT-KILLED IN ACTION ON 15TH SEPTEMBER 1914
1914 Star, with very good copy AUG-NOV copy clasp, named to:
7177 PTE.B.KERSHAW 1/LINC R.
Medal about good very fine.
7177 Pte. Ben Kershaw 1st Btn., Lincolnshire Regiment was killed in action on the 15th September 1914.He was born and enlisted in Bradford and is remembered on the La-Ferte-Sous-Jarre-Memorial.
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO CLARK-NORTHUMBERLAND FUSILIERS
British War and Victory Medals,named to:
37999 PTE.T.CLARK.NORTH'D FUS.
Medals about good very fine read more
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-TO PEARCEY-ROYAL ARTILLERY
British War and Victory Medals.
Medals about extremely fine, on original ribbons
Comes with copied M.I.C. read more
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-RUNAGLE-RIFLE BRIGADE
British War and Victory Medals, named to:
S-18322 PTE.S.G.RUNAGLE-RIFLE BRIGADE.
Medals about good very fine.
M.I.C states re-issued 15/11/1921 as incorrectly engraved.
These look like the re-issue with correct naming.
Comes with copied M.I.C and medal rolls read more
BRITISH WAR AND VICTORY MEDALS-CLEALL MIDDLESEX REGIMENT-WOUNDED SERVING WITH THE 2ND-LONDON REGIMEN T
British War and Victory Medals, named to: 6699 PTE,J.CLEALL.MIDD'X R.
Medals about extremely fine, the BWM toned.
Also saw service with the 2-London Regiment.
Reported wounded on 15/06/1918.
Comes with copied research read more