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Nilitary Medal (9524 C. S. M. R. Packer. 2/ Essex R.)1914-15 Star (9524 Sgt. R. Packer Essex R.) British War 7 Victory Medals with MID to Victory (9524 W.O. Cl 11 R. Packer. Essex R.)
Military Medal L/G. 10-11-16 M.I.D. L/G 26-7-18
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Military Medal & Pair. 33686 Pte. A. P. Westerman. 15th West Yorkshire Reg. (Leeds Pals)
A Stretcher Bearer at Gavrelle on May 3rd 1917 Went out in to the open during the Action and tended wounded men under heavy bombardment he was shot in the eye. L/G 28-7-17 One of 3 Gavrelle awards
Military Medal (678233 Pte. F. G. Page 21/ Lond. R. )
British War & Victory Medals (678233 Pte. F. G. Page 21/ Lond. R. )
Military Medal London Gazette 13th May 1919
Court Mounted for Display. Condition. NEF
Military Medal (19874 Pte. F.E. Mason. 1/ Lan Fus ) British War & Victory Medals (19874 Pte. F.E. Mason. Lan Fus )
Military Medal for attack on Salines-Steenbeck Road, Ledeghem, Ypres Salient. 14th October 1918 London Gazette 17th June 1919
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George V Military Medal (10977 Pte. J. W. Cope 7/ R.Fus ) 1914-15 Star ( 10977 L/Cpl. J.W. Cope. R. Fus ) British War & Victory Medals ( GS-10977 Pte. J. W. Cope. R.Fus. )
Group swing mounted for Wear.
MM London Gazette 9th July 1917
Condition Edge Knocks hence VF
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Military Medal 3-7934 L/Cpl. R. Collins Norfolk Regiment Plaque Robert Collins. Memorial Scroll. Cpl Robert Collins Norfolk Regiment.
L/Cpl Collins Died of wounds 3rd June 1917 and is buried Etaples Military Cemetery Pas De Calais France. He was a Native of Great Yarmouth.
L/Cpl Collins & Sgt Tidd were presented the Military Medal By General Stephens on the 12th June 1916 They were the first awards to the Regiment.
Information The Norfolk Regiment. 1685-1918 Volume 11 Page 23
Condition Medal & Plaque NEF Scroll Ripped to bottom
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Gallantry award to E. Jenkins GV1 British Empire Medal Civil Awarded for saving life when a Flying Bomb exploded at Wandsworth London, early morning on the 17th July 1944, Due to his bravery a family of three were saved. It was reported in the London Gazette 24th October 1944
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Superb London Blitz B.E.M. Group of 3 British Empire Medal (Geo V1 GRI Civil ) Plus Defence Medal and A.R.P. Badge. all to Woolwich A.R.P.
Warden Frederick Charles Parker A Carpenter residing in Camdale Rd Plumstead, London SE18. Parker was on duty during a German Air Raid on 21/09/1940 surviving the explosion of 2 Magnetic parachute mines which landed near to him he was decorated for his gallantry in extinguishing lights, rescuing civilians rendering first aid, organising services and extinguishing incendiary bombs all this during the raid whilst an intense Anti Aircraft barrage was hitting back at the bombers.
Citation states on 21/09/1940 Warden Parker with two Colleagues were patrolling his sector when 2 mines descended by parachute. they only had time to lay flat when the mines exploded and devastated the surrounding area. 50 Homes were demolished and 473 partially destroyed by the blast effects of the mines. the effects of the mines was to operate electric switches in many houses lighting them up brilliantly. Warden Parker and colleagues in the middle of an intense barrage and falling bombs ran to the scene extinguishing the lights, rescued trapped residents and rendered first aid. Warden Parker then organised the clearing of the area and showed great initiative and ability in dealing with a very difficult and dangerous problem. He later assisted in the extinguishing of 70 to 80 incendiary bombs which were dropped in those areas .
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George V Military Medal. 281076 Sergeant Victor Claude Wright. 2/7 Lancashire Fusiliers T.F.
Military Medal London Gazette 14th January 1918
Sergeant Wright was Killed in Action france & Flanders 20th June 1918.
Sgt Wright was born and enlisted at Bury. Lancashire
MM awarded for gallantry at Poelcappelle 9/10/18
27MM's awarded to 2/7 Battalion. for WW1 14 For this Action.
Remembered on the Loos Memorial.
George V Military Medal 62989 Sergeant. A. Ford 119th Battery Royal Field Artillery
Sergeant Ford Died of Wounds France & Flanders 8th October 1918
Buried Thiloy Rd Cemetery Beaulencourt.
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