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B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Rifle Bde. (9th. Btn.) died of wounds, 27/5/1917
B.W.M., Victory & Memorial Plaque, Dvr. R. Artillery, wounded, taken prisoner of war, Chapelle Armentieres 27/5/1918 and died in enemy hands, 15/10/1918, buried Berlin
B.W.M., Victory 22/Northumberland Fus. (3rd Tyneside Scottish) killed in action, 6/9/1918 La Bassee, previously severely wounded 15/10/1917
B.W.M., Victory 2.Lieutenant. served Northumberland Fusiliers
family group, 1914/15 trio Pte Durham L.I. killed in action 20/10/1917 also 3 times wounded, and B.W.M. to his sister , Wkr.Q.M.A.A.C.
B.W.M., Victory & Sunderland Peace Medal, Pte.Somerset Light Infantry wounded First Day of the Somme 1/7/1916 with photo in hospital uniform
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Northumberland Fus. killed in action (1st Btn.) 16/6/1915 Belleward Ridge, with photo, named boxes of issue, plaque contained in fine Maltese Cross frame
1914/15 trio, East Yorks R. killed in action with Yorks. & Lancs.. Regt., (9th. Btn.) Polygon Wood, 1/10/1917. previously wounded first day of Loos, 25/9/1915, with copy service papers
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque , Pte. East Yorks. R. (8th. Btn.), killed in action, 3/5/1917 Monchy, (Arras) with portrait photo in uniform
1914/15 trio, Spr. Rl. Engineers, killed in action, 30/11/1917, German counter-attacks at Gillemont Farm. Cambari, Divisional history records the Division Engrs. were acting as infantry in holding the line. With original photograph
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, 1/7 Middlesex Regt. killed in action 16/9/1916 Somme
Brothers, 2 x 1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaques, Hampshire Regt. consecutive service numbers. killed, Gallipoli Landings off the ‘River Clyde’ and buried ‘V’ Beach. Second 2 times wounded and died of wounds
B.W.M., Victory Sgt. Durham L.I. later comm’d (Sgt. on medals) with useful D.L.I. & Durham University O.T.C. badges
1914 Star, with clasp (43 Sjt., 1/16 Lond. R.), B.W.M., Victory (43 C. Sjt., 16-Lond. R.), Volunteer Force Long Service, (EDVII), (Sjt., 13/Middx. V.R.C.), Memorial Plaque (Ernest Charles Whiskin) , two Westminster Rifles’ shooting awards for 1899 and
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Lieutenant, East Yorks, formerly Sergeant 24/Sportsman’s Battn. R. Fus.
1914 Star and bar trio Memorial Plaque , 1/K.R.R.C. killed in action 19/9/1914
1914/15 trio, Durham Light Inf. (9th. Btn) killed in action 3/5/1915 St. Julien
Memorial Plaque A.S.C. died home 11/11/1915
1914 trio A.B. R.N.V.R. Anson Battn. R.N.D.
B.W.M., Victory & Silver War Badge and Sunderland Peace medal, A/Cpl. North’d. Fus, served 12/13th Btn. disch. gunshot wound
1914 Star and bar trio, Memorial Plaque, L.Sgt./Cpl. Irish Guards killed in action, 1/9/1914
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, with illuminated memorial scroll, 9/Royal Sussex Regt. Killed in action 25/9/1915 First Day of Loos
1914 Star & Bar trio, L.Cpl. 2/Rifle Brigade (awarded M.M. as Sergt. Bugler) and 2.Lieut. 2/Rifle Bde & R.F.C. Killed in a flying accident 5/7/1918
B.W.M., Victory 1/9 Durham Light Infantry killed in action, Pilkem Ridge 28/10/1917
1914 trio Captain Northampton Yeo
1914/15 trio, W. Yorks. Regt. (12th Btn.) killed in action, second day of Loos, 26/9/1915
1914/15 trio & Memorial Plaque, Yorkshire Regiment (5th Btn.) killed in action, Lys, 11/4/1918
B.W.M. & Mercantile Marine, unnamed pair ( not erased)
1914 trio (1/4 Suffolk R.), T.F.E.M. (GV) wounded twice June 1916, prisoner of war Ypres, April 1917, photo in uniform
1914/15 trio, Serbia Oblitch Bravery Medal, silver class to Spr. H. Pask, R.E. Oblitch Medal L.G. 15/2/1917
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