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WW1 Pair To- 34483.PTE.G.M.STAMMERS.W.YORK.R
George.M.Stammers from Leeds first served overseas with the 18th service battalion of the W.York.R & went on to serve with both the 2/8th & 10th battalions prior to his transfer to the class Z army reserve 14-3-1919.He was awarded a sterling silver cricket medal from the 3rd army rest camp in France between 21-7-1918 & 5-8-1918.
Post WW1 he served as secretary to the 10th battalion association and was presented with a sterling silver cigarette case when he left the post in 1934.(total weight of the case 134 grams)
Mint boxed WW1 Pair
To- 12-1599.C-SJT.G.WARD.YORK & LANC.R
George Ward from Grimethorpe was one of the original members of the 12th service battalion of the York & Lancaster regiment (The Sheffield city battalion / pals)
He was born in 1896 & Wounded on the Somme
16-8-1916 & discharged to the class Z army reserve 13-1-1919
NEF/EF & complete with MIC & other basic details.
1914-15 trio To- 54163.GNR.W.NEWCOMBE.R.F.A
Along with the same recipients London County Council education medal. Named on the rim to-W.NEWCOMBE
The recipient first landed in France 29-7-1915 & was discharged with a silver war badge
GVF or better & complete with MIC details
GVF or better
Harold Topliss first landed in Egypt 19-5-1915 & later went on to serve with the Cheshire regiment,
The 2-13th London regiment & the KRRC
Complete with MIC details
WW1 Pair to- REV.O.VICTOR.
The Reverend Osmund Victor served overseas from August of 1917 attached to the R.G.A & both the 23rd casualty clearing station & the 51st General hospital.
He spent many years as a missionary in both South Africa & Rhodesia along with spells back in the UK at Mirfield Near Dewsbury, West Yorkshire
Complete with a copy of the Salient of South Africa as written by the recipient in 1931 & a first edition copy of Priest & Pioneer by Doris Thompson. This was published in 1958 & is the life story of the Reverend Osmund Victor.C.R.
1914-15 Trio To- 138.TPR /S-SGT.P.ISHERWOOD. ROYAL CANADIAN DRAGOONS
Percy Isherwood from Oldham, Lancs enlisted in to the Royal Canadian Dragoons 21-11-1914 & first landed in France 1-5-1915, He received a gun shot wound to the left hand 10-6-1915. The wound required extensive treatment & he was returned to the UK. he never served overseas again & spent the rest of his war in London with the C.A.S.C. He took his discharge in London in August of 1919
GVF or better & complete with a full set of copy service papers & enlistment papers
1914 Mons star trio with Original Aug to Nov Mons bar
To- 77059.DVR.A.R.CORMACK.RFA /RA
The recipient first landed in France 16-8-1914 serving with the 36th battery of the Royal Field Artillery & later in the war served with both the W.York.R & the W.Rid.R
The award of his August to November Mons clasp is confirmed on his Mic and this was issued to him
GVF/NEF Complete with MIC detailS
WW1 Pair to-5747.PTE.S.CARPENTER.23-LOND.R
Sidney Carpenter first landed overseas with the 23rd battalion of the London regiment and later went on to serve with the M.G.C prior to his discharge to the class z army reserve 28-9-1919
Complete with MIC and medal roll details
WW1 1914-15 Trio To- 6873.PTE.W.S.BURLINSON.A.CYC.CORPS
William.S.Burlinson first landed in France 9-11-1915 and later went on to serve with the East Yorkshire regiment & the Royal Engineers
NEF and complete with MIC and medal roll details
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