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GVR 1st type IGS 1908 with Afghanistan NWF 1919 clasp To- 124523.PTE.B.TOWNSEND.M.G.C
Bertie Townsend served with the 286th Coy of the Machine Gun Corps in India & is also entitled to the the WW1 British war medal for his services in India during the great war.
GVF or better & complete with both MIC & medal roll details.
GVR 2nd type IGS 1908 with North West Frontier 1935 clasp To- 1-A-12191,SEPOY.RISAL.SINGH.1.I.H.C
GVF or better
IGS 1908 with Afghanistan N.W.F 1919 clasp
The recipients surname was actually Rennie not Renill and his 1914-15 star & British war medal sold at DNW in 2016. He was born in Hong Kong in 1884 & was commissioned in to the I.M.S in 1907. He was M.I.D in the London gazette 28-1-1916 for services on Gallipoli whilst attached as medical officer to the 1/5th Ghurka Rifles. He was a doctor of tropical medicine & retired as a Lieut Colonel in 1928 & went on to became a GP in Diss, Norfolk. He died in 1934 & his widow died in Aberdeen in 1994 age 96
GVF/VF with basic biographical details
GVIR IGS 1936 with North West Frontier 1936-37 clasp
To- LT-COL.F.J.B.HASTINGS.R.E (I.A)
Frederick John Bernard Hastings He enlisted in the Royal Artillery in 23 November 1903 and he served in ranks 14 years, 186 days He was commissioned a 2/Lt on the Royal Engineers Supplementary List from Staff Serjt, Indian Unattached List with the Public Works Dept. on 28th May 1918 & served in South Persia with the R.Engineers
(Indian Army) he was awarded the O.B.E in the London gazette 13-6-1939 & retired from the service 23-3-1940
NEF & Complete with basic research details
GVIR 1st type GSM 1918-1962 with Palestine clasp
GVF & Complete with medal roll details that state the recipient served with the 2nd battalion
Original 1st issue United nations Korea medal
Unnamed as issued
1982 South Atlantic medal with combat rosette To- PO.STD.J.D.BUDWORTH.D136741.HMS.INTREPID
HMS Intrepid was part of the landings at San Carlos Water & came under heavy attack. Later in the conflict she was used to house Argentine prisoners of war & the Surrender document that ended the conflict was signed on the deck of HMS Intrepid.
GVIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Malaya clasp
GVF or better
GVIR 2nd type N.G.S 1915-1962 with Minesweeping 1945-51 clasp To- P/SSX.819233J.HINDLE.AB.RN
GVF or better
Mint boxed EIIR 2nd type GSM 1918-1962 with Canal Zone clasp
To- AC2.H.C.G.SIMPSON (2508908) RAF
Hugh Clark Gordon Simpson did his national service with the RAF between 27-2-1951 & 13-3-1953. Spendng some time in Suez at RAF Firdan and RAF Ismalia.
Complete with the recipients service documents & his photograph album that includes a number of service related photographs
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