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WW1 Pair & memorial plaque
James Deangate Died of wounds in India 14-9-1917 serving with 3.coy.1st.Btn.R.Sussex.Regt
He was 20 years of age at the time of his death and is commemorated on the Karachi 1914-18 memorial.
He was born in Saddlescombe, Sussex & enlisted in Hastings.He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late son of James & Naomi Deansgate of Sedlescombe, East Sussex.
GVF or better & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 Canadian memorial cross
Alexander William Wright was born 1-10-1885 in Newcastle-on-Tyne. He was working as a carpenter in Artland, Sask when he enlisted in to the 54th Canadian Infantry 13-3-1916. He sadly died of war related causes 22-9-1930 & the memorial cross was issued to his widow Mrs Grace Wright of Dipton, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
GVF or better and complete with basic research details
A family group to two brothers from Lancashire
1) WW1 Pair & memorial plaque
Alfred Appleton was KIA F&F 11-4-1918 serving with the 2nd battalion of the South Wales Borderers. He was born in Sowerby Yorks & enlisted in Rochdale.
He was 19 years of age at the time of his death and is buried the the Le Grand Beaumart British cemetery at Steenwerck.
2) 1914-15 Trio & silver war badge (No-B60190)
To- 10276 / 240999.PTE.T.APPLETON.LAN.FUS
Thomas Appleton first enlisted in to the 1/6th battalion of the Lancashire fusiliers 22-9-1914. He landed in Gallipoli / The Balkans 21-6-1915 & was discharged with a silver war badge 6-12-1918
Both men are recorded as the sons of James & Martha Jane Appleton of 5 Tonacliffe, Whitworth, Lancs
NEF & complete with MIC details & medal roll details for both recipients along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C for Alfred Appleton
WW1 Pair to-6867.PTE.D.WHITELAW.K.O.S.B
David.N.Whitelaw was KIA on Gallipoli 12-7-1915 serving with C company of the 1/4th K.O.S.B.
He first landed in the Balkans 4-6-1915 and his medal index card states that he was missing presumed dead 12-7-1915.He was born in Symington, Lanark & both enlisted & lived in Galashiels, Selkirk.
He is commemorated on the Helles memorial on Gallipoli & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 30 year old son of James & Christina Whitelaw of 116 Scott street, Galashiels
NEF or better & complete with both MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
He is also entitled to the 1914-15 star but this is missing from the group
A very nice family group to two brothers who were both killed in action serving with the same battalion of the same regiment & both sadly on 19 years of age when they died.
1) 1914 Mons star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp to, 9386.PTE.W.McMILLAN.CAMERON.HIGHRS.
William McMillan first landed in France 14-8-1914 & was sadly KIA F&F 30-10-1914 serving with the 1st battalion. He was born in Barony, Glasgow, Lanarkshire & lived in Glasgow. He is commemorated on the Menin Gate memorial at Ypres
2) 1914-15 Trio to,
Archibald McMillian was KIA F&F 3-9-1916 serving with the 1st battalion of the Cameron Highlanders. He was 19 years of age at the time of his death & was both born & enlisted in Glasgow. He is buried in the Caterpillar valley cemetery at longueval.
Both recipients are recorded as the late sons of Archibald & Mary.A.McMillian of 24 Balmano street, Glasgow,
Complete with Mic details, CWGC details, SDGW details for both brothers.
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 interesting WW1 pair & mercantile marine war medal to,169515.GNR.F.J.CLARK.RA (on the pair)
& FREDERICK.J.CLARK (on the mercantile marine)
32 year old Frederick.J.Clark was serving with the mercantile marine as a able seam onboard the SS.wega when the ship was sunk by a german submarine 14-6-1917. He was 32 years of age when he died and is commemorated on the Tower hill memorial. He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 32 year old son of the late James & Eliza Clark & the late husband of Anne Clark (nee Villa) of 30 Edward street, South Shields.The C.W.G.C also state that he was born in London & the Mercantile marine records state that he was born in Pimlico & lived at Victoria docks. They also state that his British war & victory medals were issued by the army
Complete with basic research details & medal roll details
NEF or better and a scarce combination to a fatal casualty.
1914-15 TRIO To, 17507.PTE.H.H.DOBSON.NORTH'D.FUS
Harry Horace Dobson died of wounds in France & Flanders 13-10-1918 serving with the 2nd battalion of the Northumberland fusiliers. He was both born & enlisted in Sheffield and had first landed in France
He is buried in the Roisel communal cemetery extension.
Complete with MIC details and details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
WW1 Pair to, D-10208.PTE.F.STOPPS.6TH.D.GDS
Frederick Stopps died F&F 28-10-1918. He was born at Thame, Oxon & enlisted in London whilst living in Peckham.
He was 47 years of age when he died & is recorded by the CWGC as the late husband of Ann Stopps of 40 Wingfield street, Peckham, London
He is buried in the Estaires communal cemetery extension
Complete with MIC details & details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
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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