1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Lieutenant, R. Fusrs, wounded in 3 places at Hooges, 1915, killed in action serving with 1/Battn Grenadier Guards in their attack on the Canal du Nord, 27/1/1918 on which day the O.C. of the Battalion won a Victoria Cross

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1914/15 Star (Lieut. R. Fus.), B.W.M. Victory (Lieut.) , Memorial Plaque (Alfred Ashurst Morris)

Alfred Ashurst Morris, b. 1895, son of Captain A. Morris, late 20th. Hussars of Grosvenor Street London. He served in France from 12/3/1915 and was wounded at Hooges 16/6/1916, in left chhek, through left knee and just below left hip. On this day the battalion suffered severe casualties including 15 officers killed or wounded.   Returning to France he served with the 1st bn. Grenadiers Guards until killed in action on 27 September, 1918 during the Guards successful attack on the Canal du Nord under heavy shell and machine gun fire. On the day, the C.O. of the 1st Battn. Captain A/Lt. Col. Vereker later Field Marshall Viscount Gore won his Victoria Cross.

With copy of officers service papers

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