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1915 Star Trio (with original boxes, ribbons and two

officers pips) to 2nd Lieutenant George Ernest Lister

Cressey, 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment (Green

Howards). Killed in Action 26th September 1915,

commemorated Loos Memorial. Previous service in Kent

Cyclist Corps. Tonbridge and Christ's College,

Cambridge. Lieut Cressey was killed instantaneously at

about 3 a.m. on the 26th, shot through the head, whilst

holding a captured trench. He was buried near the spot

where he fell, east of Vermelles. "He had been with us but

a short time," writes his Colonel, "but we all recognised

that we all had a real good officer in him, to be relied on

in an emergency, and from that point of view we deplore

his loss, but also we all liked him and are - those left of us-

very deeply grieved at his loss." "The opinion we all had

of him," says his Major, "was that he was one of the best

band most promising officers we had seen.". Son of Dr.

G.H.Cressey of Tunbridge Wells.

£180 - £200


1915 Star Trio, Contemporarily framed and glazed with

Transmission Slip to 3/8189 Pte Arthur Henry Jenkins

5th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment. Killed in Action 4th

October 1917, Commemorated on the Tyne Cot

Memorial. Living in Mardy, Rhondda, Glamorgan


£120 - £140


1915 Star Trio, Defence Medal, TF Efficiency Medal and

Cadet Force Medal (mounted for wear) to T-

1494/240166 Pte William George Peters.1/5th Battalion

The Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) W.O.1. on

Cadet Force Medal commissioned 2nd Lt. Surrey Cadet

Force, 16th March 1953

£100 - £120


1915 Trio to 46906 Pte John Edward Webb 13th

Battalion Canadian Infantry

£40 - £50


An original framed Memorial Scroll to Cpl Robert

Taylor 2/Bn. Northampton R. in a contemporary frame

with MIC taped to rear. To France 06.11.14 died with

Labour Corps

£20 - £25


British War Medal to 31634 Pte William Ayres, 1st

Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. Killed in

Action 4th September 1916. Commemorated Thiepval

Memorial. Attack on Leuze Wood. Ex Dorset Regiment.

Born Warsash Hampshire

£25 - £30


BWM and Victory Medal to 21311 Pte George Morrison,

7th Battalion Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers)

Killed in Action 9th September 1916. Commemorated

Thiepval Memorial. Attack on Ginchy, 143 casualties.

Previous service in Royal Dublin Fusiliers no. 17011

£60 - £70


BWM and Victory Medal to 25739 Sjt Frederick E Evans

5th Battalion Dorset Regiment

£25 - £30


BWM and Victory Medal to 2896/201126 Lance

Corporal Stanley George Lee 1/4th Battalion

Dorsetshire Regiment. Died 15th February 1918, buried

Amara War Cemetery, Iraq. Address 21, Victoria Road,

Dorchester. A native of Dorchester, his name can be

found on the Postal Staff Memorial, The Town Memorial

and St Peters Church Memorial

£60 - £70


BWM and Victory Medal to 29400 Pte Robert Sedgwick

2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers. Killed in Action 20th

July 1916. Buried Sucrerie Military Cemetery,

Colincamps. From Bury, Lancashire

£60 - £70


BWM and Victory Medal to GS48044 Pte Arthur

Budworth Royal Fusiliers

£25 - £30


BWM and Victory Medal to Lt Albert Victor Seymour

Nordheimer Royal Canadian Dragoons. Killed in Action

30th March 1918, buried Moreuil Communal Cemetery

Allied Extension. He commanded the Guard Squadron

during the change of the Canadian Cavalry Brigade at

Bois de Moreuil. One of the last charges on the Western

Front. Taken from the intelligence summary :'Lt AVS

Nordheimer was killed in the first mounted charge of the

day. Later he was buried where he fell, his initials being

cut into a large tree'. Lt Flowerdew of Lord Strathcona's

Horse was awarded a VC during the charge. So

important was this action to Canada that it was re-

enacted less than a month later so that the artist Alfred

Munnings could immortalise the charge in paint. Upper

Canada College.

£70 - £80


BWM and Victory Medal to Lt. Cyril George Johnson-

Stuart 13th Battalion (4th Hull, The T'others) East

Yorkshire Regiment. Killed in Action 16th March 1918,

commemorated Tyne Cot Memorial. Attached to the 1st

Battalion. Commissioned from Inns of Court OTC, a

native of Aberdeen

£80 - £100


BWM and Victory Medal to S/255013 Pte Percival Allen

Riggs Army Service Corps. 1034th MT Company. Died

23rd March 1919, buried Arouata Scrivia Communal

Cemetery Extension, Italy. Born Cheselbourne, Dorset.

Commemorated Hazelbury Bryan

£30 - £40


BWM and Victory Medal (entitled to 1914 Star Trio) to

7112 Cpl Charley Park, 1/5th Battalion Wiltshire

Regiment. Died 9th September 1919, buried Melksham

Church Cemetery

£40 - £50


BWM and Victory Medal (only entitlement) to 34605 Pte

John F. Raven 9th Battn Loyal North Lancashire

Regiment. Killed in Action 22nd March 1918,

commemorated Arras Memorial. Also commemorated

on the Barnsley St.Mary's Church Combined Memorial.

£60 - £70


BWM and Victory Medal (only entitlement) to 4639 Pte

William E Grigg Royal Fusiliers. War Medal is

incorrectly named to Northamptonshire Regiment? Sold


£20 - £25


BWM and Victory Medal, Territorial War Medal and

Territorial Efficiency Medal to 274/307050 Bdr Harry

H. Sibbald 1st/2nd Lancashire Heavy Battery, Royal

Garrison Artillery

£70 - £80


BWM and Victory Medal, Territorial War Medal and

Territorial Efficiency Medal to 98/905044 Gnr John W

.Knight Royal Field Artillery, Sussex 2nd Brigade

£70 - £80


BWM to Lt. William Aubrey Darlington 7th Battalion

Northumberland Fusiliers. A/Capt on Medal Index

Card. Lived Beauford Mansions, Chelsea, SW3. W.A.C

Darlington was born in Taunton, the son of the principal

of Queen's College, Taunton. At fourteen he was sent to

Shrewsbury School and then in 1908 he secured a

classical scholarship in Cambridge. He had pieces

published in Punch during the War and after the war

became a journalist. He is best remembered as the drama

critic for the Telegraph

£30 - £40


BWM with suspender bar made into a brooch clip (nicely

done) 134240 Spr Charles Howell, 2nd Field Squadron

R.E. Killed in Action 23.03.1918. Buried Grand

Seraucourt British Cemetery. Unusual Memorial

£20 - £25