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Walter Beanland first landed on Gallipoli / the Balkans 11-7-1915 & was sadly killed in action 14-8-1915 serving on Gallipoli with the 9th service battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment.He was born in Horsforth, Leeds and enlisted in Leeds. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Helles memorial on Gallipoli.
GVF or better & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
John Robert Etherington first landed in France 23-11-1914 & missed out on being a recipient of the 1914 star by just one day. He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 4-2-1915 serving with the 1st battalion.He was both born & enlisted in Newcastle & having no known grave is commemorated on the Menin Gate memorial at Ypres.
GVF/NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
Walter Brown Ingleby was serving with the Household battalion when he was killed in action in France & Flanders.12-10-1917.He was born in Bishopside & both enlisted & lived in Pateley Bride.He was 24 years of age at the time of his death & having no known grave is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial. The C.W.G.C state that he was the late son of William & Sabina Ingleby of High Plain, Glasshouses, Pateley Bridge.
NEF with MIC details & other extensive research detaiils including copy service papers & medal rolls along with copy newspaper photographs & census details. Along with copy newspaper cuttings about the recipient.
George Oswold Horner was a member of the 2nd battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment and was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders 25-10-16.
He was born in Bishopside, Yorks & enlisted in Pateley Bridge, Yorks. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Thiepval memorial in Flanders & on the war memorial in Glasshouses school.
NEF with MIC & medal roll details along with basic research details including a copy newspaper photograph of the recipient
Robert Prest was a member of the 2/5th battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment when he first landed in France 8-1-1917,He later re-numbered as 201062 & He was sadly killed in action in France & Flanders
3-5-1917.He enlisted in Harrogate & lived in
Kirby Malzeard, Ripon, Yorks.He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Arras Memorial.
NEF & complete with MIC details along with copy battalion war diary details & other basic research
Fred Bell was serving with the 10th battalion of the Northumberland Fusiliers when he was killed in action in France & Flanders 8-6-1917.He was born in Pateley Bridge & enlisted in Halifax.He has no known grave and as such is commemorated on the Menin Gate memorial at Ypres.
GVF with MIC details & medal roll details along with other basic research details.
To- 22350.GNR.A.AUGER.R.F.A / R.A.
Arthur Auger first landed in France 29-8-1915 & sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 1-4-18.
He was serving with the 116th battery of 26th brigade, Royal Field Artillery at the time of his death & was 27 years of age. He was both born & enlisted in London & is Buried in Estaples military cemetery.
He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of William & Ann Auger of Tottenham, London
GVF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
A superb family group to three brothers from London
1) 1914 Star trio & Memorial plaque
Edward Bartley first landed in France 13-8-1914 & was killed in action in France & Flanders 14-9-1914 serving with the 4th battalion of the Royal Fusiliers. He was born & lived in Kensington, London & enlisted in London.He was serving with C-company at the time of his death & was 26 years of age. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the La Ferte-Sous-Jouarre memorial.
2) WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque
Albert Henry Bartley was serving with the 2/10th battalion of the Middlesex regiment in Egypt when he died on the 26th of March 1917. He was born in West Kensington & enlisted in Acton, London.He had been issued with a new six figure TF number prior to his death 291407 & was 31 years of age at the time of his death. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Jerusalem Memorial.
3) WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque
George Bartley was serving with the 17th service battalion of the Lancashire Fusiliers when he was killed in action in France & Flanders 22-7-1916. He was born in Kensington & lived in Fulham whilst he enlisted in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was a former member of the Suffolk regiment and was 24 years of age when he died. He is buried in Bernafay Wood British cemetery.
All three recipients are recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late sons of Sarah & the late George Bartley of 72 Blythe road, West Kensington, London & all three groups represent the full & correct entitlement for each recipient.
EF/MINT & complete with MIC details for all three recipients along with details for all three recipients from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
Harold Marshall was killed in action in France & Flanders 4-11-1918 serving with the 2/4th battalion of the K.O.YL.I. He was both born & enlisted in Leeds and was a former member of the training reserve battalion with service number 86105.
He is buried in the Cross roads cemetery at Nord in France & was one of 16 members of this battalion to be killed in action on this day just a week before the armistice.
NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
Francis Richardson Cook was born in Blackheath & was educated at Rugby School from 1911 to 1914 when he left school at the age of 17 to take up a commission in the 7th battalion of the East Yorkshire Regiment. He landed in France 14-7-1915 & was wounded at Ypres 28-8-1915. He transferred to the Royal Flying Corps as an observer in February 1917 & went on to serve on the North West Frontier of India & took part in two expeditions against the Waziris at Tonk. He arrived in Egypt in October 1917 & went on to serve as a pilot & instructor. He was serving at 58 training squadron & instructing Lieutenant F.H. Robertson in Avro 504 when he was killed in a collision with another aircraft at Suez.
He is buried in Suez war cemetery & is recorded by the CWGC as the late 20-year-old son of John William & Eda Cook of St. Aubyn, Hardy Road, Blackheath, London.
The group is housed is a period glazed frame by Spink with an East Yorkshire Regiment officers bronze service dress cap badge affixed to the top of the frame.
EF & Complete with extensive research details including copy photographs of the recipient along with biographical & military service details.
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