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1914-15 Trio with the recipients original silver war badge & service documents
TO- 11329.PTE.T.E.BARKWORTH.YORK & LANC.R
Thomas Edward Barkworth was born in the St.Phillips district of Sheffield & enlisted in to the 6th service battalion of the York & Lancaster regiment 27-8-1914. He landed in the Balkans 2-7-1915 & received a gun shot wound to his left thigh
29-11-1915 whilst serving on Gallipoli. Sadly he had to have his left leg amputated & was discharged with the silver war badge 25-10-1916 having never served in France. He returned to Sheffield and gave his intended place of residence as 10 Birley Street Pitsmoor, Sheffield.
Silver war badge with horizontal pin fitting to the reverse & numbered 115597.
GVF or better & complete with original service documents as pictured along with copy service papers, M.I.C details & medal roll details.
1914 Mons star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp
The 14th Hussars did not serve in France as a unit & spent all of the war in India & Mesopotamia. However they had a number of men on leave or sick in the UK at the outbreak of war & as such they sent 73 other ranks to France to serve with the Horse Guards. Thomas Lindley was one of these men & arrived in France 7-10-1914. As such he was one of only 73 other rank recipients of the 1914 star to the 14th Hussars.
GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details
1914 Star trio with slide on August to November clasp
Queen Victoria's Rifles
Reginal.H.Yates first landed in France 4-11-1914 & was wounded in the right Shoulder at Ypres in April 1915. He returned to the UK and was in Dundee war hospital from 11-5-1915 to 3-7-1915. He transferred to the Labour Corps 28-7-1917 & was discharged at the wars end.
He did not claim the clasp to his 1914 star but simply purchased a period slide on example
NEF & complete with MIC & casualty roll details.
1914 Star Trio To- 9805.PTE.H.COLEMAN.R.WAR.R
Harold Coleman enlisted in to the 1st battalion of the Royal Warwickshire regiment 30-12-1903 & first landed in France 22-8-1914. He was admitted to hospital in December 1914 & returned to the UK.He returned to France 26-5-1916 serving with the 16th service battalion (3rd Birmingham pals) & went on to serve in Italy prior to returning to France where he received a gun shot wound to the left groin 22-5-1918 & returned to the UK 30-5-1918.
He was issued with the clasp & roses to his 1914 star but they are missing from the ribbon of the medal.
GVF & complete with copy service papers & MIC details.
WW1 Pair To-
James Mowbray was living at 44 Quebec street, Langley Park, Durham when he enlisted as one of the original members of the 2nd Tyneside Irish.
GVF & complete with MIC details along with nominal roll details from the Tyneside Irish book by J.Sheen
WW1 Pair To- 596165.PTE.C.WARD.18th.LOND.R
The London Irish rifles.
Charles Ward later went on to serve with the Royal Defence Corps.
GVF & Complete with MIC details
WW1 Pair To- 201082.SPR.F.W.RILEY.R.ENGINEERS
NEF with MIC details
1914-15 Trio To- L-5429.PTE.W.WHITTAKER.9/LCRS
Wright Whittaker enlisted 27-4-1914 & first landed in France 23-11-1914. He was wounded by gun shot to the head & hands during the 9th Lancers action on May 13th 1915 & was admitted to hospital in Estaples as part of a sick convoy from Boulogne the following day. He discharged with a silver war badge & a 30% disability pension 13-11-1916
GVF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details
1914-15 Trio To-
CAPT / MAJOR.H.E.MEASOR.SHROPS.L.I
Herbert Edward Measor was born 31-3-1884 and was a Barrister at law within the middle temple. He was commissioned in the the 5th K.S.L.I in 1914 and first landed in France 20-5-1915. He was wounded at the battle of Hooge in 1915 & his old school register states he was M.I.D 1919.However i can find no trace of this in the London gazette. But when he applied for his trio in 1921 he applied for the emblems. He left the army in 1919 & was granted a civil service commission
GVF/NEF & Complete with MIC & other basic research details.
1914-15 Trio To- 2826.CPL.W.G.BURTON.3-LOND.R
The recipient enlisted 8-9-1914 & first landed in Egypt 12-9-1915 he served in that theatre of war until
13-9-1915 & He then went on to serve on Gallipoli from 15-9-1915 until 7-12-1915.
He was discharged with a silver war badge due to ill health 17-7-1916
NEF & Complete with MIC & medal roll details
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