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EIIR 2nd type R.A.F LS&GC
Victorian narrow suspender RN LS&GC
William Hewitt was born in Picton, Devon 20-7-1868 & joined the Royal Navy in 1884 as a boy age 15.
He was awarded his LS&GC in September 1901 & was pensioned to shore in 1906. He was re-called for service in WW1 2-8-1914 & discharged three days later due to ill health.
GVF & complete with copy service papers
Victorian Colonial Auxiliary force long service
To- SERGEANT MAJOR.A.LOCKHART.63rd.REGT
(THE HALIFAX RIFLES OF CANADA)
A scarce medal to a nice rank
GVF with very minor contact marks in the obverse field.
Victorian Army LS&GC
To- 116.JAMES.CLARK.74th.FOOT (H.L.I)
James Clark had 13 years prior service with the 1st 60th Rifles when he enlisted in to the 74th foot in 1857. He was discharged in 1865 after 21 years service
VF or better & complete with copy service papers
Victorian 3rd type LS&GC
Victorian Army LS&GC
William Edward Gallant enlisted 16-5-1855 & was discharged 3-1-1866.He was re-engaged 29-3-1866 & was awarded his LS&GC in 1876 just prior to his final discharge later the same year
NEF & complete with copy service papers
EIIR 2nd type Regular Army LS&GC
A nice medal to a female recipient
GVF with one tiny ek to reverse rim.
GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender To- 2026325.BMBR.A.A.WATSON.RA
He was awarded the medal in army order 180 of 1942 whilst serving with a searchlight unit & the 1st clasp as a Sgt in army order 234 of 1944 serving with a coastal artillery searchlight unit
Sadly the clasp is missing from the ribbon of the medal
GVF & complete with roll details
GVIR 1st type efficiency medal with Territorial suspender
Henry William Simpson first enlisted for service with the Essex regiment but was soon transferred to the Royal Artillery for service with the 63rd Light anti-aircraft regiment in the Middle East. He was reported as wounded & missing in North Africa 30-4-43 but then reported as not missing 30-4-43 & only wounded. His Royal Artillery tracer card states that he was indeed missing & in enemy hands but was released ten days later.
GVF & complete with copy casualty roll details & tracer card details
EIIR 2nd type cadet force medal
Bayard Walter Arris was commissioned 9-9-1970 & retired as a Flight Lieutenant 9-9-1984
NEF & complete with London gazette details with regards to his commission & resignation
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