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Queen's & Khedives Sudan pair with The Atbara & Khartoum clasps
The recipient died of disease in Cairo 11-10-1899 & is commemorated on the regimental memorial in Inverness.His medals were sent to his next of kin
F.Coppen, Bridge Dairy, Market place, Finchley.
EF with copy medal roll details & copy details from the regimental magazine
1914-15 Trio & GVIR 1st type Special Constabulary faithful service medal
To- 44674.SJT.J.L.GALLOWAY.RAMC (on the star)
& 2-LIEUT.J.L.GALLOWAY (on the pair)
James Leishman Galloway was born in Falkirk, Scotland 30-3-1895 & enlisted in to the R.A.M.C in October 1914. He first landed overseas in Egypt
17-7-1915 & was commissioned in to the 16th service battalion of the Manchester Regiment in August 1917.He was wounded by shrapnel in October 1917 & spent some months in hospital prior to being discharged to the reserve in December 1919. The 16th service battalion of the Manchester Regiment had the secondary title of the
1st Manchester Pals
GVF or better & complete with both copy service papers & MIC details
No clasp Egypt & Sudan medal with 1882 dated reverse & the same recipients 1882 Khedives star
Engine room artificer David Galloway was born in Glasgow 25-12-1856 & signed up for ten years service with the Royal Navy 29-1-1878.He served in Egypt onboard HMS Ready & was discharged to shore in December 1889.
HMS Ready was a wooden built river gun boat & the recipient was one of 81 recipients of the Egypt medal as awarded to this ship (all no clasp medals)
GVF & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details
QSA 1899-1902 with clasps for Orange Free State, Transvaal, South Africa 1901,South Africa 1902 & the same recipients WW1 British War medal
To- 5766.CPL / WO.CL.2.J.GALLOWAY.R.HIGHRS
John Galloway was born in Leslie, Fifeshire 23-6-77 and enlisted in Kirkcaldy, Fifeshire in 1894. He served with the 1st battalion in South Africa during the Boer war & was serving as a Company Serjeant Major with the 8th battalion when he was killed in action in France & Flanders 19-7-1918. He is buried in Meteren Military Cemetery & is recorded by the C.W.G.C as the late 40 year old son of George & Jane Galloway of Leslie, Fife & the husband of Elizabeth Lindsay of 65 Spottiswoode Street, Edinburgh.
QSA GVF, BWM NEF, complete with a copy photograph of the recipient in uniform wearing his QSA. Along with a copy of the recipients extensive entry in the De Ruvigny's roll of Honour, MIC details, CWGC details, medal rolls,copy newspaper cuttings & other basic research details
(also entitled to the victory medal)
1914-15 Trio, 1939-45 Star, Defence Medal & 1939-45 War Medal with M.I.D Oakleaf.
To- S-LT.E.D.GALLOWAY.R.N.V.R (on the star)
LIEUT.E.D.GALLOWAY.R.N.A.S (on the pair)
Ernest Douglas Galloway was born in London
15-4-1883 & joined the anti-aircraft section of the RNVR in October 1914. He was commissioned in to the R.N.V.R in June of 1915 for service as a kite balloon officer with the R.N.A.S onboard HMS canning in the Dardanelles & Salonice.He transferred to the RAF on its formation in April 1918 & by the end of the war he was a captain (technical officer) he retired in 1927 with the rank of squadron leader & in 1936 was a civil training instructor at no-9 training school in Yorkshire. He was re-called for service in WW2 & in the 1942 RAF list is listed as a squadron leader with the equipment branch. He was mentioned in despatches in the London gazette
1-1-1946 & retired from the service soon after.
WW1 medals GVF, WW2 medals NEF & complete with copy service papers, London gazette details & other basic research details.
GVIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp, GSM 1962 with Radfan & South Arabia clasps, EIIR 2nd type R.A.F LS&GC
NEF & mounted as worn
East & West Africa medal 1887-1900 with Benin 1897 clasp, EVII RN LS&GC & GV 1st type WW1 immediate RN Meritorious Service Medal (MSM)
To- J.GALLOWAY.STO.HMS.FORTE (E&W Africa)
13.DEC.1917 (on the MSM)
Joseph Galloway was born 24-2-1874 in Oxborough, Norfolk & joined the Royal Navy 6-11-1894.During his service he was one of three Royal Navy pipers at H.M.S.Victory.He was awarded his RN LS&GC in 1909 & in the London Gazette 15-2-1919 he was awarded the immediate RN M.S.M. This was awarded for his service when the German 2nd flotilla attacked the British Scandinavian shipping route.
The recipient was demobilized to shore on completion of his service in December 1920.
GVF or better with minor contact marks & eks. Complete with copy service papers, medal rolls, London Gazette details & other basic research including a small newspaper cutting that includes a photograph of the three RN pipers at HMS Victory with the recipient being named as one of the three men pictured. The recipient is also entitled to the 1914-15 trio for his services in WW1
EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Cyprus & Brunei clasps & GSM 1962 with Borneo & Malay Penninsula clasps To- 3518015.CPL.J.W.GALLOWAY.R.A.F
VF or better & mounted as worn with traces of old lacquer to both medals
WW1 British War medal & GV 1st type RN LS&GC
To- 198515.E.C.RYDER.LG.BTN.RN (on the BWM)
& 198515.E.C.RYDER.LD.BTN.HM.COAST GUARD
Edwin Campbell Ryder was born in Boscawen, Devon in 1882 & joined the Royal Navy in 1900 & spent nearly all of his service with the Coast Guard. He was awarded his LS&GC in 1915 & was discharged in 1923 on reduction of the service.
The British War medal is his sole entitlement for his service in WW1 & this pair is his complete group.
GVF or better & complete with copy service papers & medal roll details.
No clasp QSA 1899-1902 & China 1900 with Relief of Pekin clasp To- J.BOYD.STO.HMS.TERRIBLE
James Boyd was born in St Cuthberts, Edinburgh on the 17th of January 1870 & joined the Royal Navy in January 1894 with the service number 276052.He served onboard HMS Terrible from March of 1893 through to October 1902. Boyd seems not to have been to happy Naval authority & on ten different occasions he was sentenced to be detained in cells, the most serious offence being when he was recorded as having ran from HMS Achilles on 21st Aug. 1911. He was recovered and sentenced to a period of 90 days. Boyd also had two run ins with the Civil Power.Stoker Boyd was sentenced to 30 days detention but was invalided from the Service on the 16th of August 1914.Before he could undergo this period of punishment.During the Boxer rebellion in China 1900 Boyd was part of the Service Coy., under the command of P.O. Mullis.
This is the recipients full & complete medal entitlement for his service in the Royal Navy as despite his length of service he was not entitled to the RN LS&GC due to his less than good conduct.
GVF/VF with contact marks in the field on both medals & a minor EK to the QSA & complete with both copy service papers & medal roll details
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