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British War Medal 1914-18 To Cpl Walter Albert Woodcock, Royal West Kent Regiment ( Prisoner of War)

British War Medal 1914-18
G/11444 A/Cpl W.A.Woodcock. R W. Kent. R.
Together with copy of medal index card details To
Cpl Walter Albert Woodcock, Royal West Kent Regiment
Pte Woodcock was taken Prisoner of War on the 23rd of March 1918
With service details Born in Norwich in 1882. A Boot Manager and Secretary to Trade.
Address given as 33 Thorn Lane Norwich
Served in Italy and France

Code: 54494

45.00 GBP


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Military Medal Group To Cpl Charles Jones, Worcestershire Regiment

Military Medal Group To Cpl Charles Jones, Worcestershire Regiment
Military Medal : George V: (19357 Lcpl C.Jones, 2 Worc R. ) British War & Victory Medals (19357 Cpl C.Jones, Worc R. )
Military Medal London Gazette 18th July 1917
also issued Silver War Badge
With copy of Silver War Badge discharged scroll & copy of medal index card

Code: 54509

490.00 GBP


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Mercantile Marine Medal Pair To Australian recipient F.A.Dean

Mercantile Marine War Medal 1914-18, British War Medal 1914-18
4034 F.A.Dean . Australia

Code: 54507

240.00 GBP


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British War Medal 1914-18 To Ord Seaman William McLumphar Brown, Royal Navy ( From St Andrew in Edinburgh)

British War Medal 1914-18
J-63903 W.McL Brown Ord . RN
With Service papers born on the8th of May 1898 in St Andrew Edinburgh A Fishmonger to Trade

Code: 54448

29.00 GBP


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WW1 Glasgow Special Constable Tribute Medal 1914-19 To Roderick Couper

WW1 Glasgow Special Constable
Hallmarked Silver Tribute Medal 1914-19
To Roderick Couper
Obverse Glasgow Coat of Arms with date 1914-1919
Top Bar 3 Years
Reverse Presented by the corporation of Glasgow To Roderick Couper Special Constable in Acknowledgement of services rendered

Code: 54503

65.00 GBP


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WW1 Glasgow Special Constable Tribute Medal 1914-19 To William D Lang

WW1 Glasgow Special Constable
Hallmarked Silver Tribute Medal 1914-19
To William D Lang
Obverse Glasgow Coat of Arms with date 1914-1919
Top Bar 2 Years
Reverse Presented by the corporation of Glasgow To William D Lang Special Constable in Acknowledgement of services rendered

Code: 54502

65.00 GBP


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Victory Medal 1914-1919 To Cpl William Ernest Yeomans, 8th Bn., Leicestershire Regiment

Corporal
William Ernest Yeomans
Service Number: 36489
8th Bn., Leicestershire Regiment on 22 March 1918 Age 31 Son of William and Martha Yeomans, of 25, Fleet St.,Derby; husband of Ethel Yeomans, of 43, Belgrave St.,Derby.
Remembered with Honour
POZIERES MEMORIAL

Code: 54499

45.00 GBP


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British War Medal 1914-1918 To Pte Albert P Howard East Surrey Regiment

War Medal 1914-1918
His only entitlement see medal index card
1927 Pte A. P. Howard, E. Surr. R.
Issued Silver War Badge
Together with copy of Honourably Discharged certificate & medal index card details To
Pte Albert P Howard East Surrey Regiment

Code: 54495

40.00 GBP


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1914-15 Star Trio & Memorial Plaque To Captain Hugh Reid Haddow, Royal Scots Fusiliers

1914-15 Star (Capt H.R.Haddow, R.Sc.Fus ); British War & Victory Medals (Capt H.R. Haddow.)
Memorial Plaque Hugh Reid Haddow
With copy of newspaper cutting which reads
Captain Hugh Reid Haddow, 1/ 5th Battalion The Royal Scots Fusiliers Died in Hospital at Alexandria from enteric fever on the 12th of July 1915.
Captain Haddow was the the only son of the late Mr H.R Haddow, Bowbridge, Denny and was married, his residence being at Headswood The Golf Course Girvan. He was a teacher by profession, and went to Girvan in 1908 as one of the senior assistants in the local elementry school. Two years later he was appointed art Master in Girvan High School, a position which he continued to fill up to the time of mobilisation last August several years ago he entered the local company of the 5th Royal Scots FusiliersT.F. as Lieutenant and on the retirement of Captai Farish he was gazetted Captain and succeeded to the charge of the local section.

On the outbreak of war and the mobilisation of the Territorials he proceeded with his battalion to Cambusbarron, Stirling and was attached to B Company during the regiments period of training there and subsequently also on active service at the Dardanelles. Captain Haddow succeeded in increasing the strength of the Girvan section during his command of it. He was also in command of the Girvan High School Cadets
With copy of Memorial Scroll, Medal Index Card and Commonwealth War Graves Details
Remembered with Honour Alexandria ( Chatby) Military Cemetery

Code: 54497

650.00 GBP


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WW1 Medal Pair & Territorial Efficiency Medal : To Fusilier John McLaughlin, 4/5th Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers

British War & Victory Medals ( 265835 Pte J McLaughlin, R.S.Fus), Territorial Efficiency Medal
( 3124746 Fus J McLaughlin, 4-5 R.Sco Fus )
Condition GVF
With copy of Medal Index Card

Code: 54491

Reserved


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