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1914 Mons Star To-
John Trevor Jones was born in Birkenhead, Cheshire 21-11-93 & joined the Mersey Division of the R.N.V.R 7-6-1912.He joined the Nelson Battalion of the RND 22-8-1914 & served on land in Belgium in 1914. He was medically discharged in January 1915 due to Otitis Media (infection of the inner ear)
He returned home to Cleveland Street Birkenhead & returned to his pre war occupation as a Caulker
NEF & Complete with copy RND & RNVR papers.
Named in the unique style for 1914 stars
2X British War Medals to the Cullingworth brothers
1) British war medal
William Clement Cullingworth first served overseas with the 2nd battalion but went on to serve with the 12th & 21st service battalions. He was discharged to the class Z army reserve 19-7-1919
2) British War Medal & Silver War Badge
Albert Cullingworth enlisted in to the 7th battalion of the West Yorkshire regiment 18-5-16 whilst living in Hunslet, Leeds, West Yorkshire.He landed in France 2-1-1917 & later transfered to the Labour corps with service number 386184. Whilst in France he was gassed & received a gun shot wound to the arm & spent time in hospital with trench foot. He was also accidently injured whilst moving boxes of shells with the 144th Labour Company which gave him a crushed hand & fingers. He was finally discharged with a silver war badge due to sickness?
26-8-1919 Both medals are NEF & dark toned and the silver war badge numbered B-291425 is confirmed as being the one issued to Albert Cullingworth.
Complete with with MIC & medal rolls for both recipients & copy war badge roll details & service papers for Albert Cullingworth.
WW1 British War Medal
Second Lieutenant V.S.Dickerson was killed in action in France & Flanders 8-12-1918 serving with the 2nd South African Infantry & is buried in the Fins New British Cemetery at Sorel-Le-Grand.
NEF with a replacement medal ribbon & complete with C.W.G.C details
WW1 British War Medal
Abel Roberts first served overseas with the 1/5th battalion of the Yorkshire Regiment & later went on to serve with the 2nd battalion of the West Riding Regt
GVF/VF with minor eks & a replacement medal ribbon. Complete with MIC & medal roll details.
WW1 Victory medal
Harry Roland Bartlett was born in Ringwood, Hampshire 27-12-1900 & enlisted in to the R.A.F 9-5-1918 serving as a clerk.He left the service in 1919 & died in 1991.
GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with copy service papers
The recipient first landed in France 23-8-1914 serving with the 29th Brigade of the Royal Field Artillery and was later re-numbered with service number 219985.
GVF with MIC details and a replacement medal ribbon.
WW1 Victory medal
Herbert.A.Hill served with the 2nd battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers.
NEF with the original but well worn silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC details.
George Galloway first landed in France 17-3-1915 serving with the 7th battalion of the London regiment. He later transferred & finished his service as a L-Cpl with service number 780937 serving with the 29th battalion of the London regiment.
GVF with a replacement medal ribbon & complete with MIC details
WW1 Memorial plaque
Lieutenant Frederick Phillip Galloway first served overseas with the 14th battalion of the London regiment (London Scottish) & landed in France 3-4-1915 with service number 3291.He was commissioned as a pilot with the Royal Flying Corps 9-5-1917 & served in France with the 27th squadron.
He was fatally injured during take off whilst flying DH4 no- A7707 which was a two seater bomber. He died of wounds later the same day & sadly his passenger Lieutenant F.W.Best of the M.G.C was killed instantly.He was 22 years of age when he died and is buried in the Estaples military cemetery.He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of Mr.P.H.Galloway of 8 Trouville road, Clapham Park, London.
EF/MINT with extensive research details including copy RFC service papers, MIC details, CWGC details & newspaper details.
1914 Star To- 9473.PTE.W.GALLOWAY.2/DNS.
William Galloway first landed in France 9-9-1914 as a member of the Royal Scots Greys & was discharged to the class Z army reserve 5-3-1919.
GVF with a short length of the original silk medal ribbon & complete with MIC & medal roll details
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