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George V Military Medal 9261 Sgt. John Lurburam Gilliland. 2nd Devonshire Regiment.
Sgt Gilliland Died of Wounds France & Flanders 1st July 1916 Born & Enlisted Exmoiuth His name is included ib Solsiers killed onthe 1st day of the somme. by Ernest W Bell. page 47. Sergeant Gilliland's name is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial He is also entitled to a Mons Star Trio
London Gazette Posthumous awards of the Military Medal 19th February 1917 Pages 1759-1760
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George V Military Medal 13873 Pte. T. Stephens. 4th Liverpool Regiment.
MM London Gazette 14th September 1916
Sold with MIC & LG Entry
Military Medal 5626 Pte. G. Collins 69/ Coy. M.G. Corps. British War & Victory Medals 5626 Pte. G. Collins M.G.C.
Lance Corporal George Henry Collins was Killed in Action France & Flanders 29th September 1917.
Son of George Henry and Mary Ann Collins of 31 Sturla Road, Chatham.
Remembers with Honour Tyne Cot Memorial.
Military Medal Newspaper cutting reads.
Bringing there guns in to action in a gap in advance of our lines under heavy fire from enemy bombs and displaying great coolness in remedying a prolonged stoppage and again bringing their guns in to action in the Scots redoubt line to the east of La Boiselle on the 4th instant.
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A Collection of 3 medals 1914-15 Star Trio named to 2911 Pte. W.R. Smith. A Dispatches leaf, his Field Wallet that has a bullet hole in it and the pictures that are inside it He carried it in his top pocket (Can be seen in his photo) Christian Soldiers Diary 1915 Also whats left of a plant wraped in a letter saying 'A little piece of home Mother. A hand drawn map of roads to Becordel - Becourt, Bray, Fricourt, Albert, Meaulte, dugout 11 H.Q. The bullet has gone through most of the photgraphs but not right through
A Field Compass , The Buffs Lapel Badge, Newspaper cutting of never give up hope and a letter in a frame in excellent condition The letter reads.
Pte W.R. Smith. 7th (s) Bn. The Buffs Reg East Kent.
I have read with great pleasure the report of your regimental commander and brigade commander regarding your gallant conduct and devotion to duty.in the field on the 1st July 1916 during the battle of the somme.
Signed Maxse Major General commanding 13th Division
He was mentioned in dispatches for his actions on the 1st July 1916
Condition of medals EF
George V Military Medal 249109 Private. W. Mayoh. 2/5th East Lance Regiment.
Medal sold with copy citation.
Military Medal (83964 Gnr. J.R. Coutts. Can. F.A.) 1914-15 Star (83964 Gnr J.R. Coutts Can F,A.) British War & Victory Medals ( 83964 A.S.Sgt. J.R. Coutts Can F.A.)
Military Medal Citation. For Gallantry and Devotion to Duty on October 8th 1916 north of Courcelette in maintaining the line from battery to O.P. in Kenore Trench under continuously heavy shell fire being practically buried three occasions Hid devotion to duty was of the greatest value to the battery
Staff Sergeant Coutts was Wounded France November 18th 1916
Sold with Large amount of copied papers including citation
Military Medal 10513 Sergeant T. Briggs. East Lancs Regiment.
Sergeant Briggs was Killed in Action on the 31st July 1917 1st Day of the 3rd battle of Ypres and is commemorated on the Menin Gate Memorial
Military Medal London Gazette 14th September 1916
Sergeant Briggs is entitled to a 1914 Star & Bar trio
Born & Resided Darwen Lancs, Enlisted Blackburn
Military Medal 15225 Cpl. R.A. Rowledge. 87 Coy Machine Gun Corp
Condition Edge Knock hence VF
Military Medal London Gazette 18th October 1917
Military Medal 241405 Cpl. J. Mather. 2nd/5th Loyal North Lancs Reg
Cpl Mather was Killed in Action 2nd October 1918
He is Buried Proville British Cemetery
Condition NEF sold with copy papers
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
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