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1914 Mons star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp & EIIR 2nd type imperial service medal
George.Thomas.Smith enlisted in to the Royal Engineers 4-5-1911 & first landed in France 17-8-1914 serving with the 2nd signal company. He was discharged with a silver war badge due to sickness 28-7-16 from Fenny Stratford.
He was awarded his ISM in the London gazette 28-1-1958 for services as a Group office assistant at the Royal Ordnance factories as part of the Ministry of Supply, Woolwich
GVF & mounted as worn.
Complete with MIC & roll details for the trio along with London gazette details for the ISM.
1914 Mons star trio with original August to November 1914 clasp & M.I.D oakleaves, GV GSM 1918-1962 with Iraq clasp, GVR 1st type army LS&GC & Corps of Commissionaires long service medal
To- 33888 / 1048569.GNR/BMBR/SJT.E.A.GREEN.
R.F.A / RA
Ernest.Alfred.Green first enlisted in 1904 & served for the duration of WW1. He re-enlisted in 1919 & took his final discharge in 1928 having been awarded his LS&GC in 1926.
He was mentioned in Despatches for services in France by Haigh whilst serving with the 71st battery, 36th brigade, Royal Field Artillery & this was published in the London gazette 4-7-1919.
Following his military service he was a long serving member of the Corps of Commissionaires and his long service medal from this organisation is named A.E.GREEN to the reverse
NEF /GVF & complete with MIC & medal roll details along with London gazette details and other basic research details
1939-45 Star, Africa Star with 8th Army clasp, Italy Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal with M.I.D Oakleaf, GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender
The recipient was mentioned in despatches for service in the middle east in the London gazette 13-1-1944
The group is mounted as worn on two bars & comes complete with a large archive of original documents & photographs that includes the recipients AB64 Army paybook, Discharge book, M.I.D certificate, Dog tags, Brigade history, Cap badge & other assorted items.
1914-15 Trio & IGS 1908 with Malabar 1921-22 clasp
To-33293.PTE.F.V.WHITE.WELSH.R (on the trio)
& 5719352.PTE.F.B.WHITE.DORSET.R (on the IGS)
Frank.V.White first served overseas with the 19th service battalion of the Welsh regiment & first landed in France 5-12-1915. This battalion was a new army battalion & had the secondary title of the Glamorgan pioneers. During the war he transferred to the Dorset regiment and was given the new service number of 0695. He was again re-numbered as 5719352 & went on to serve with the 2nd battalion of the regiment in Malabar 1921-22
GVF/VF Complete with MIC & medal roll details that confirm all of the above details.
(Please not the incorrect 2nd initial on the IGS)
IGS 1908 with Burma 1930-32 clasp & GVIR 1st type Regular Army LS&GC
To- 6279183.SJT / WO.CL.2.S.E.C.THOMAS.
GVF/NEF & complete with medal roll details for the IGS
1914-15 Trio, GVR 1st type RN LS&GC & EVII Naval good shooting medal
To- 208876.T.H.MILLER.AB / ACT-L.S .RN
LS&GC Named to HMS PRESIDENT III & Naval good shooting named-HMS.ANTRIM.1908.3PR.O.F
Thomas Henry Miller was born in Blackfriars, London 19-10-1883 & joined the Royal Navy in October 1901. He was awarded the Naval good shooting medal in 1908 & the LS&GC in 1917.He spent most of his WW1 serve on board HMS Excellent & was discharged to the RFR in 1921
GVF or better & complete with the recipients original service papers along with a large photograph of the recipient in uniform & four small postcard photographs that depict sporting groups from HMS Sandfly & HMS Venerable
1st type British Korea medal, UN Korea medal & EIIR 2nd type R.N.R Long service medal
To- C/KX903186.G.A.GYNN.S.M.RN (on the Korea)
WW1 PAIR & T.F.W.M
To- 2nd LIEUT / LIEUT.N.E.DE-VESIAN.MIDDX.R
Norman Ellis De Vesian of the Middlesex regiment first landed in Mesopotamia 18-11-1918 & applied for his medals in 1921 giving his home address as 6 Jayton Crescent, Hamsptead, London, NW3
NEF & Complete with MIC details
Mint boxed 1939-45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal & GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender
The box of issue for the WW2 stars is addressed to the recipient at his home address in Worthing, Sussex.
1939-45 Star, Italy Star, Defence Medal, 1939-45 War Medal, GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine 1945-48 clasp & EIIR 2nd type I.S.M
Sidney Alfred Miller was born 28-5-1922 & enlisted in to the Royal Signals at Ossett 5-4-1942. He was a radio mechanic & served in the Middle east & Palestine. He was transferred to the reserve in July 1946 & went on to work with the G.P.O. He was awarded his Imperial service medal in the London gazette 17-8-1982 for his services as a Technical officer with the London region of the G.P.O
GVF/NEF & complete with a selection of original documents along with copy medal roll details for the GSM & London gazette details for the I.S.M
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