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To- 54259.CPL.F.C.HARTLEY.R.E (on the star)
& 54259.SPR.F.C.HARTLEY.R.E (on the pair)
Frank.C.Hartley first landed in France 21-9-1915 & his medal index card notes that he reverted to the ranks due to misconduct prior to his discharge to the class Z army reserve 4-3-1919.
Hence CPL on the star & SPR on the pair
NEF & Complete with MIC details
Harry Price first landed in France 18-4-1915 serving with the Royal Field Artillery & was discharged to the reserve at the wars end.
GVF with the original well used medal ribbons. The ribbon on the 1914-15 star has been reversed but is as worn. Complete with MIC details
Robert Wiliam Mudd first landed in France 14-8-1915 serving with the 8th battalion of the Suffolk regiment. He later transferred to the Labour Corps with service number 363437 and was discharged to the class Z army reserve 28-2-1919
GVF or better & complete with both MIC & medal roll details.
Richard Vollans from Sheffield served with the 2nd battalion of the Durham Light Infantry & was recorded as wounded in the war office casualty list 18-12-1918.He was born in Hull in 1898 but was living at 37 Burke Sreet, Malin Bridge, Sheffield when he enlisted. He spent WW2 working in a Sheffield steel works as a fitter & died in Sheffield in October 1971 age 72.The probate register states he was living at 80 Southey hall street, Sheffield when he died & his estate was valued at £202.
GVF with MIC & medal roll details along with other basic biographical research details.
Joe Thresh served overseas with the 8th battalion of the Seaforth Highlanders and whilst in the UK served with the training reserve battalion of the Royal Scots Fusiliers with service number T-4838 & 32924.
NEF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
WW1 Mercantile Marine pair
To- JOHN BALL
NEF with original silk medal ribbons
1914 Star trio To-
11960.PTE.H.SANDERSON.2/NOTTS & DERBY.R
Harry Sanderson first landed overseas 8-9-1914 serving with the 2nd battalion of the Notts & Derby Regiment but later transferred to serve with the
Guards Machine Gun Regiment.
He was entitled to the August to November clasp to his 1914 star & this was issued to him in 1920 but is missing from the ribbon of the medal.
GVF or better & complete with MIC details
James Galloway was born in Manchester & enlisted in to the 22nd service battalion of the Manchester regiment. He served with C company & first landed in France 12-11-1915. He was discharged to the class Z army reserve at the wars end.
GVF with MIC details, details from the Manchester city battalion book of honour, Copy group photographs No-X11 platoon, C- company which include the recipient, census returns & other basic research details
WW1 Mercantile Marine pair
To- EDWARD RUTTER
Edward Jas Charles Rutter was born in Battersea, London 17-9-1896 & served as an able seaman with the Mercantile Marine (ID cert number 302119)
His next of kin was Mrs Anna Rutter of ward 21, Lambeth infirmary, Kennington & his medals were issued in 1921 whilst living at 11 Beaumont Road, Leyton.
GVF & complete with two sets of copy mercantile marine record cards that include a photograph of the recipient.
WW1 Pair To- LIEUT.O.D.FRITH
Oral Dunbar Frith was born Maxville, Ontario 24-8-93 & Joined the C.E.F in Ottawa in May 1915. He first served overseas with the Canadian Engineers but was commissioned in to the Canadian Machine Gun Corps 22-11-1917.He was discharged medically unfit in 1918.
GVF & Complete with a electronic copy of his 108 page service file that will be sent to the buyer via e-mail.
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