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WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque
Frank Burgess Died of Wounds in France & Flanders 25-8-1918 serving with the 11th battalion of the Essex Regiment. He was born, enlisted & lived in Handsworth, Birmingham & was 19 years of age at the time of his death. He is buried in the Terlincthun British cemetery at Wimille & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of William Edward Burgess of 3 Gordon road, Hansdworth, Birmingham
NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 Trio & memorial plaque
John Smith first landed overseas in France 19-9-1915 and was sadly killed in action in Salonica 8-5-1917 serving with the 11th service battalion of the Cameronians / Scottish Rifles. He was born in Blackfriars, Glasgow & enlisted in Cambuslang.
He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Dorian memorial. He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 23 year old son of Charles & Barbara McFarlane Smith of Wyndford, Bonnybridge, Stirlingshire.
GVF or better with a tiny pin hole at the top of the memorial plaque, Complete with MIC details and details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 Pair To- 5726.PTE.J.E.BEAUMONT.Y&L.R
Joseph Edwin Beaumont first served overseas as a member of the 1/4th Hallamshire battalion of the York & Lancaster regiment. He transferred to the 24th battalion of the Northumberland fusiliers (1st Tyneside Irish)
with service number 285089. He sadly died of wounds at number 5 casualty clearing station in France & Flanders 26-8-1917.He was both born & enlisted in Sheffield and is buried in Tincourt new British cemetery. The C.W.G.C state that he was the late 28 year old son of Mr & Mrs.R.Beaumont of 28 Rudyard Road, Hillsborough, Sheffield.
NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with other basic details.
WW1 Pair To- 202423.PTE.H.ECCLES.Y&L.R
Harry Eccles was a a member of the 2/4th Hallamshire battalion of the York & Lancaster regiment & sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 10-3-1917.
He enlisted in Sheffield and is buried in the Queens cemetery at Bucquoy.
GVF/NEF & complete with MIC details, Medal roll details, C.W.G.C & S.D.G.W details.
WW1 Pair & memorial plaque
James Hume was KIA F&F 11-3-1918 serving with the 1st battalion of the K.O.S.B. He was born & enlisted in Jedburgh, Roxburgh. He was only 20 years of age at the time of his death & is commemorated on the Ploegsteert memorial. He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of James & Margaret Hume of 14 exchange Street, Jedburgh
NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 Pair To- 4057.CPL.R.JACQUES.DURH.L.I
Richard Jaques Died of Wounds in France & Flanders 8-12-1917 serving with the 1/4th West Riding Regiment. He first landed overseas with the 1/6th D.L.I but transferred to the W.Rid.Regt prior to his death. He enlisted in Bishop Auckland & was 34 years of age when he died. He is buried in the Lijssenthoek Military cemetery & is recorded by the CWGC as the late son of Anthony & Elizabeth.J.Jacques of Eldon & the late husband of Jane.R.Jacques of 6 Beech terrace, Eldon lane, Bishop Auckland
NEF or better & complete with the lid of the original box of issue along with MIC & medal roll details plus details from S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 Trio & memorial plaque
Ernest Clarke first landed in France 12-10-1915 serving with the 1/5th battalion of the West Yorkshire Regiment.
He sadly died in France & Flanders 16-7-1918 serving with the same battalion. He was born in Swinton, Malton, Yorks & enlisted in Malton. He is buried in the Tourcoing (Point-Neuville) Communal Cemetery.
EF/MINT & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 Trio To- D-9606.PTE.J.CALLNON.6TH.D.GDS
Jeremiah Callnon first landed in France 15-6-1915. He was sadly KIA F&F 5-10-1916 serving with the 6th Dragoon Guards. He was born in Cork & Enlisted in Glasgow.He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Thiepval memorial.
GVF with contact marks & complete with both MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
1914-15 Trio with boxes of issue, mint silk medal ribbons & the original condolence slip
Albert George Glover Maskell was serving on the HMS Duke of Albany whilst the ship was being used as a armed boarding steamship. He was KIA when the ship was sunk by a german submarine 20 miles east of the Skerries.
He was 45 years of age at the time of his death and is commemorated on the Plymouth naval memorial. He is listed by the C.W.G.C as the late son of George & Matilda Victoria Maskell & the late husband of Rachel Agnes Maskell of 122 Victoria street, Fleetwoood, lancs.
Complete with details from the C.W.G.C & the dictionary of disasters at sea during the age of steam.
A very nice family group to a father & son from Middlesex
1) Metropolitain police 1887 jubilee medal with 1897 clasp & 1902 coronation medal
To, PC.H.HORNE.A.DIV (on the 1887 medal)
PC.H.HORNE.Y.DIV (on the1902 coronation medal)
henry Horne was born 11-8-1864 & joined the police at old scotland yard 18-2-1884.He joined P divsion but soon transfered to A divsion in 1886. He later transfered to Y division in 1888 & retired 22-2-1909
2) 1914-15 Trio to, L-11192.PTE/A-CPL
Henry Lewis Horne first landed in France 18-1-1915 serving with the 4th battalion of the Middlesex Regiment. He was sadly killed in action in FRANCE & Flanders 9-9-1918.
He was born in Enfield, Middlesex & enlisted in Mill Hill, Middlsex.
He is recorded by the CWGC as the late 29 year old son of Harry & Mary Horne of 19 Palace Street, Canterbury & is buried in the Vaulx Hill Cemetery in Flanders
Complete with copy service papers for both recipients and details from both the CWGC & SDGW for the son.along with the younger recipients original white metal dog tag.
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