Four: Company Quartermaster Sergeant D. J. Vaughan, Liverpool Regiment, who was wounded by gun shot on the Western Front
1914-15 Star (205. Sjt. D. J. Vaughan. L’pool. R.); British War and Victory Medals (205 Sjt. D. J. Vaughan. L’pool R.); Territorial Force Efficiency Medal, G.V.R. (205 Cpl. D. J. Vaughan. 5/L’pool Regt.)
Condition light contact marks, very fine
Daniel Joseph Vaughan was born in Cork on attested for the 5th Battalion, Liverpool Regiment (Territorial Force) on 1 April 1908, having previously served for 9 years and 293 days in the Volunteer Force. He was awarded his Territorial Force Efficiency Medal per Army Order 205 of 1 July 1912, and having been promoted Sergeant on 5 September 1914 served during the Great War on the Western Front from 21 February 1915. Appointed Acting Quartermaster Sergeant, on 22 February 1916, he was discharged suffering from the effects of a gun shot wound to the buttocks on 31 August 1919, and was awarded a Silver War Badge.
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