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WW1 Pair with original boxes & packets of issue along with the original forwarding / condolence slip to,
Joseph Howard Simpson was KIA F&F 25-9-1915 at the battle of Loos
He first landed in France 9-9-1915 serving with the 12th service battalion of the regiment and was sadly KIA just 16 days later.
He was both born & enlisted in Thornaby on Tees and is commemorated on the Loos memorial
He is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 22 year old son of the Late John & Emily simpson of 65 Gilmour street, Thornaby-on-Tees
EF/MINT & complete with MIC details along with details from both S.D.G.W & the C.W.G.C
Sadly the recipients 1914-15 star is missing from the group.
WW1 Pair to-BZ-9285.J.C.JONES.AB.R.N.V.R.Complete with copy service papers that state the recipient was born 4-3-1895 and joined the RNVR in June 1916.
1914-15 Trio to-207274.E.FARRINGTON.AB.RN
Elias Farrington was born Cambridgeshire 12-7-1883 and joined the Royal navy as a boy 12-7-1901. He joined the RFR in 1913 but was re-called for service in WW1. He served on HMS Cressy from 2-8-1914 until she was Sunk 22-9-1914.Despite his long service he was not entitled to the LS&GC having spent a number of days in the cells during his service.
GVF/NEF Complete with copy service papers
1914-15 Trio to-6107.PTE.P.McINERNEY.R.MUNSTER.FUS.
Patrick McInerney first landed in France 27-2-1915 and later transfered to the Leinster regiment with saervice number 28187. He was transfered to the special reserve at the wars end.
GVF or better & complete with MIC details
WW1 Pair to-276673.PTE.W.H.HUNT.BUCKS.YEO
Complete with MIC details that state William.H.Hunt also served with the Lincolnshire yeomanry & the Royal Engineers
WW1 Pair with the recipients original silver war badge to-3-1395.PTE.A.R.GAVAN.N.Z.E.F.
Complete with a copy of the recipients service file that states he served with the New Zealand medaical corps and was discharged due to wounds received in action
Mint boxed WW1 pair to,
12-1599.C-SJT.G.WARD.YORK & LANC.R
George Ward was born in 1896 and lived at 29 Holywell Road, Grimesthorpe, Sheffield.
He was wounded on the Somme 16-8-1916
1914-15 Trio to, PLY.278.PTE.R.FURNESS.R.M.L.I (on the 1914-15 star) & LIEUT.R.FURNESS (on the pair) The recipient served on Gallipoli with the Plymouth battalion of the R.M.L.I.Before being commissioned in to the Lincolnshire regiment in January 1917 for service with the B.E.F.Complete with the recipients original named & dated army boxing association small bronze medal.Along with copy R.M.L.I service papers & MIC details.
TRIO GVF, SPORTS MEDAL POLISHED FAIR TO FINE.
1914-15 Trio to, 5007.PTE.W.BIDDLE.ARMY.CYCLIST.CORPS. The recipient served in theatre of war 2B Gallipoli. Complete with MIC details
1914-15 trio to, 15890.PTE.R.HAMPSON.L.N.LANC.R
Robert Hampson first landed in France 31-7-1915 serving with the 10th battalion. He was discharged to the class Z reserve 28-3-1919 having spent the later part of the war with the East Surrey Regiment
Complete with MIC & Medal roll details
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