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1914 TRIO to the 3rd DRAGOON GUARDS

4442 PTE F.BOWDITCH 3/D.GDS (on 1914 Star)
D-4442 PTE F.BOWDITCH 3-D.GDS

Enlisted 25/3/10.
To France 31/10/14.
Wounded.
Discharged 10/10/16 & entitled to a Silver War Badge.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: GVF

Code: 52507Price: 250.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO & MEMORIAL PLAQUE to 2nd DEVON REGT (KIA 1916)

8402 PTE W.J.WALSH 2/DEVON R. (on 1914 Star)
8402 PTE W.J.WALSH DEVON R. (on pair)
WILLIAM JOSEPH WALSH (on plaque)

Born, lived & enlisted in Plymouth.

To France 6/11/14.
KIA F&F 6/10/16 & is commemorated on the Loos Memorial, France.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF/EF

Code: 52504Price: 425.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO with ORIGINAL 'AUG-NOV 1914' CLASP to 2nd SUFFOLK REGT (KIA 1914)

6788 PTE C.PRYKE 2/SUFF.R (on 1914 Star)
6788 PTE C.PRYKE SUFF.R (on pair)

Charles Pryke, born Bildeston, Suffolk.

To France 23/8/14 & his entitlement to the 'Aug-Nov 1914' Clasp is confirmed.
KIA F&F 30/10/14 near Neuve Chapelle & is commemorated on the Le Touret Memorial, France.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: NEF

Code: 52501Price: 395.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO to 2nd SOUTH LANCASHIRE REGT with 3 Letters of Condolence/Bestowal (KIA 1915)

9114 DMR C.H.RANDALL 2/S.LAN.R. (on 1914 Star)
9114 PTE C.H.RANDELL S.LAN.R. (on pair; note spelling)

Born Lambeth, Surrey.

To France 14/8/14 as a Drummer & is entitled to the 'Aug-Nov 1914' Clasp.

The battalion landed with 27 Officers & 980 other ranks. It went into action at Frameries on 24/8/14 and, with 2nd Lincolns, held the complete German 6th Division (III Corps) for 4 hours. Five days later the 2nd South Lancs mustered 14 Officers & 405 Other Ranks.

During the First Battle of Ypres, despite reinforcements, their strength fell further & by 17/11/14 the survivors were commanded by the M.O. - their only remaining officer.

KIA F&F 25/9/15 & is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres.

With 3 original Record Office transmittal forms, 2 of which are addressed to a Mrs C.L.Gott.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Letters slightly foxed. Medals EF

Code: 52497Price: 350.00 GBP


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QSA 2 Bars 'CC;SA02';1914 TRIO & ORIGINAL 'AUG-NOV 1914' CLASP, SILVER WAR BADGE & CORPS OF COMMISSIONAIRES MEDAL

7332 PTE W.GUNN ESSEX REGT. (on QSA with 2 clasps 'CC, SA02')
9184 SJT W.GUNN 2/HIGH.L.I. (on 1914 Star with original clasp)
9184 SJT W.GUNN HIGH.L.I. (on pair)
78460 (on correctly numbered Silver War Badge)
W.J.GUNN (on Silver Commissionaire's Medal, Hallmarked 1937)

Served in Boer War with the Essex Regt & both clasps confirmed.
Enlisted in Highland Light Infantry 2/2/04.
To France 14/8/14 with 2nd HLI & his entitlement to the 'Aug-Nov' Clasp is confirmed.
Wounded.
Discharged 5/10/16 & entitled to this Silver War Badge.

With QSA Medal Rolls & supporting documentation.

Condition: QSA & 1914 Trio Mounted as worn. All Toned GVF

Code: 52496Price: 425.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO to 2nd ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS

9470 PTE G.SHAW 2/A.&S.HIGHRS (on 1914 Star)
9470 PTE G.W.SHAW A.&S.H. (on pair)

Born Richmond, Canada circa 1882.

Served with the Grenadier Guards during the Boer War & was entitled to a QSA & KSA.

To France 10/8/14 & is entitled to the 'Aug-Nov 1914' Clasp.

Suffered from 'Delusional Insanity' 9/1/15 & was admitted to hospital with Neurasthenia.

With 6 pages of his Soldiers Papers (some 100 pages are available online).

With supporting documentation.

Condition: GVF

Code: 52494Price: 220.00 GBP


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1914/15 TRIO to a WESSEX DIVISIONAL ENGINEERS OFFICER

1312 Q.M.SJT D.S.WOOD RAMC (on star)
2.LIEUT D.S.WOOD (on pair)

To Egypt 25/4/15 with RAMC.

Commissioned into RE 28/7/17 & served with Wessex Divisional Engineers.

Medals sent c/o Dr Harcourt, Dundallan, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham in 1926.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: GVF

Code: 52472Price: 160.00 GBP


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1914/15 TRIO to a 6th SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY OFFICER (KIA LOOS 1915)

2.LIEUT C.E.C.TALBOT SOM.L.I. (on star)
2.LIEUT C.E.C.TALBOT (on pair)

Claude Eustace Chetwynd Talbot.

Born 24/12/1893 at the Rectory, Downside, Bath, the son of Reverend Percival Burney Talbot Le Bas & lived 'The Towers', Bath.

Educated at St Edwards School, Bath, then at Haileybury College & at Clare College, Cambridge University.

Joined the 19th 'Public Schools' Battn, ROYAL FUSILIERS.
Commissioned 13/11/14 into 6th SOMERSET LIGHT INFANTRY.
To France 12/7/15

KIA F&F 25/9/15 on the First Day of the Battle of Loos, during a diversionary attack at at Bellewaerde & is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres.

With 12pp Officers Papers, 1901 Census, LG Promotions etc.

Note 1: See < www.hertsatwar.co.uk/haileybury_college_su_u >
Note 2: See < www.haileybury.com/honour/ >

Condition: Toned EF

Code: 52469Price: 500.00 GBP


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1914/15 TRIO to a 10th RIFLE BRIGADE OFFICER

2288 PTE P.J.RANDALL 1st LOND.R (on star)
2.LIEUT P.J.RANDALL (on pair)

Percy John Randall, born Hanwell, Middlesex 1893.
Lived St.Clair, Montem Lane, Slough, Bucks.
Worked pre-war as a Railway Accountant.

Attested 2/9/14.
To Egypt 30/8/15 with 2/1st LONDON REGT.
Landed at Suvla Bay, Gallipoli 17/9/15.
Invalided to England 25/11/15.

Commissioned from No.8 OCB 25/10/16 into 21st LOND.R.
To France & attached to 10th RIFLE BRIGADE.
Invalided back to Blighty 11/5/17.

With 20pp of A3 Officers Papers (Ref: WO 374/56172) plus supporting documentation.

Condition: GVF/NEF

Code: 52467Price: 175.00 GBP


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1914 TRIO to 2nd ROYAL IRISH REGT OFFICER & INTERPRETER

2.LIEUT J.H.A.NEVILL (on 1914 Star)
LIEUT J.H.A.NEVILL (on pair)

John Henry Adrian Nevill, born London 22/1/82.

A member of the British Peerage, the great, great grandson of Sir George Nevill, 1st Earl of Abergavenny, and a descendant of William the Conqueror.
Shown as living in Rogate, West Sussex, in the 1891 Census.

To France 6/10/14 & served as Interpreter attached to Base Command at Ostende.
Later served as Lieut in 2nd R.IR.REGT.
Died 29/4/42 & his memorial service was held at Holy Trinity, Sloane Street, London.

With supporting documentation.

Condition: Lacquered NEF

Code: 52466Price: 375.00 GBP

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