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WW1 1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 7th EAST.YORK.R & R.F.C OFFICER, KIA 22-2-1918

1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
To- LIEUT.F.R.COOK.E.YORK.R
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.

Code: 52202

1295.00 GBP


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WW1 1914-15 TRIO, ENGINEMAN R.N.R, KIA 26-10-16, HM DRIFTER DATUM

1914-15 Trio
To- TS.2017.J.R.H.STAINSBY.TR/ ENGN.R.N.R
John Robert Harrison Stainsby was born in Leith, Edinburgh 12-4-1896 & joined the Royal Naval Reserve 9-2-1915.He was sadly lost at sea 26-10-1916 at the age of 18. When H.M.Drifter Datum was lost as a direct result of enemy action.He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Portsmouth Naval memorial & is recorded by the CWGC as the late 18 year old son of John Robert Harrison Stainsby & Mary Gordon Stainsby of 8 George Street, Leith.
NEF & complete with copy service papers along with CWGC details

Code: 52188

195.00 GBP


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1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 17th HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY, GLASGOW CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BATTALION, KIA 1-7-1916 FIRST DAY OF THE SOMME

1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
To- 15893.PTE.P.RAMAGE.HIGH.L.I
Peter Ramage first landed overseas 22-11-1915 serving with the 17th service battalion of the Highland Light Infantry. He was sadly killed in action 1-7-1916 on the first day of the battle of the Somme when his battalion left its trenches at 7.23am & was heavily involved in the attack on Hindenberg trench.
He was born in London & enlisted in Glasgow. Having no known grave he is commemorated on the Theipval memorial on the Somme.
The 17th service battalion of the H.L.I was raised by the Glasgow chamber of commerce as the 3rd Glasgow pals battalion & by 9am on the first day of the somme it had lost 22 officers & 400 other ranks.
NEF & complete with a photograph of the recipient in uniform along with MIC details & details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C

Code: 52182

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WW1 1914-15 TRIO & PLAQUE, 4th COLDSTREAM GUARDS, KIA F&F 13-12-1916, WITH PRESENTATION SILVER POCKET WATCH

1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
To- 13382.PTE.A.HABERMEL.C.GDS.
Arthur Habermel first landed in France 15-8-1915 & was killed in action in France & Flanders 13-12-1916 serving with the 4th battalion of the Coldstream Guards.He was born in Middlesex & enlisted in Islington. He is buried in Guillemont Road cemetery at Guillemont & is recorded by the CWGC as the late 30 year old husband of Agnes Habermel of 19 Upper Park Street, Islington, London.
The group comes with a silver cased open faced English lever pocket watch by Tree of London. The inner dust cover is engraved with the Coldstream Guards badge & states, Private. A.Habermel Cold stream Guards, Killed in action Combles 13th Dec 1917. (Note the incorrect year of death)
The watch is working but would probably benefit from a service by a qualified watch maker.
The medals & plaque are GVF or better & come complete with MIC & medal roll details along with details from both SDGW & the C.W.G.C including a modern photograph of the recipients grave.

Code: 52163

595.00 GBP


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WW1 PAIR & PLAQUE WITH MEMORIAL SCROLL, R.N.A.S / R.A.F, DIED HOME 21-11-1918

WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque with the original memorial scroll
To- F-7735.A.E.AUSTIN.AM.1.R.N.A.S
Albert Edwin Austin was born in Leyton 27-6-1894 & joined the R.N.A.S 18-8-1915.He served as a rigger in France & Flanders but returned to the UK prior to the formation of the R.A.F in April 1918. He transferred to the RAF on its formation & was serving at the 59th training depot station when he sadly died 24-11-1918 in the Spanish influenza pandemic that was quickly spreading across Europe at that time. He is buried in Leyton St.Marys & St.Edwards Churchyard
EF with the original postal tube for the memorial scroll & the box for the memorial plaque. Complete with copy RN & RAF service papers along with CWGC details & other basic details.
(Medals named RNAS & scroll named RAF)

Code: 52124

295.00 GBP


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WW1 PAIR, 1st BTN ARMY CYCLIST CORPS, D.O.W F&F 13-9-1918, FORMERLY NORTHERN CYCLIST BTN

WW1 Pair
To- 20986.PTE.W.JAMIESON.A.CYC.CORPS
William Jamieson was both born & enlisted in Newcastle-on-Tyne & sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 13-9-1918 serving with the 1st battalion of the Army Cyclist Corps.He was 32 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in Pernes British Cemetery. The CWGC state that he was the late son of William & Isabella Jamieson of Newcastle-on-Tyne & was a former member of the Northern Cyclist Battalion.
NEF/GVF & complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & the CWGC

Code: 52132

110.00 GBP


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1914-15 TRIO & ORIGINAL ALUMINIUM DOG TAG, 3rd WORCESTER REGT, D.O.W F&F 1-2-1915

1914-15 Trio with the recipients original Aluminium dog tag with the original string
To- 9025.PTE.H.JONES.WORC.R
Henry Jones first landed in France 24-11-1914 & missed out on qualifying for the 1914 star for just two days. He sadly Died of Wounds in France & Flanders 1-2-1915 serving with the 3rd battalion.
He was both born & enlisted in Birmingham & is Buried in Locker Churchyard in the Ypres salient.
EF & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C

Code: 52121

210.00 GBP


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WW1 1914-15 TRIO, 9th SUFFOLK REGIMENT, D.O.W F&F 24-1-1916

1914-15 Trio To-13358.PTE.E.JACOBS.SUFFOLK.R
Ernest.G.Jacobs first landed in France 31-8-1915 serving with the 9th battalion of the Suffolk regiment. He sadly died of wounds in France & Flanders 24-1-1916.He was born in Withersfield Suffolk & enlisted in Haverhill. He was 22 years of age at the time of his death & is buried in Estaples military cemetery. He is recorded by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission as the late son of John & Elizabeth Jacobs of rose hill cottages, Withersfield, Suffolk.
NEF & complete with MIC details along with details from both SDGW & the C.W.G.C

Code: 52097

195.00 GBP


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1914-15 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, HMS GOLIATH, KIA GALLIPOLI 13-5-1915

1914-15 Trio & Memorial plaque
To- 216755.H.E.GALLOWAY.L.SIG.R.N
Henry Edward Galloway was born in Poplar, London 25-4-1886 & joined the Royal Navy 25-4-1901.He was serving onboard HMS Goliath when it was torpedoed of the coast of Gallipoli at 1am on the morning of May 13th 1915. He has no known grave but is commemorated on the Plymouth Memorial.
The C.W.G.C state that he was the late 29 year old son of Mr & Mrs Galloway of Poplar, London & the husband of Mrs S Edkins (formerly Galloway) of 6 New Road, Marsh Green, Dagenham Dock, Essex
NEF with copy service papers & CWGC details

Code: 52037

395.00 GBP


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WW1 PAIR & MEMORIAL PLAQUE, 1st SOUTH AFRICAN INFANTRY, DIED EGYPT 4-4-1916

WW1 Pair & Memorial plaque
To- PTE.J.GALLOWAY.1st.S.A.I
John Bell Galloway enlisted in to the 1st South African infantry 24-8-1915 in Potchefstroom.He died due to heart disease in Alexandria war hospital, Egypt 4-4-1916.He was 29 years of age at the time of his death and is buried in Alexandria (Hadra) war cemetery & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of James & Ann Galloway of 17 St Clair street, Glasgow & he was a native of Leslie, Fifeshire.
NEF with the bilingual reverse to the victory medal & complete with copy service papers & CWGC details along with other basic research. Medals named to the recipient as J Galloway & the plaque named to John Bell Galloway as stated on his service papers & at the C.W.G.C

Code: 52003

295.00 GBP


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