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BWM x 3 - 206123 Pte Leonard H. Haines Devonshire

Regiment. 205173 Pte Thomas Leach Devonshire

Regiment, 25651 Pte Lionel Veal Dorset Regiment plus

a Victory Medal to 1014 Pte Daniel Keyland

Northumberland Fusiliers (4)

£35 - £40


BWM& Victory Medal, Death Plaque and Scroll, framed

and glazed (full entitlement) to 79347 Pte. William

Francis. 9th Battalion Royal Fusiliers. Killed in Action

8th September 1918, Buried Epehay Wood Farm

Cemetery. From Broughton, Lancashire. Previous service

as no. T4/235476 Army Service Corps (fragile)

£100 - £120


BWM (entitled to 1915 Star Trio and Silver War Badge)

to 9665 Pte Reginald W.Crane, 1st Battalion Dorset

Regiment and Victory Medal (entitled to BWM and

Territorial War Medal) to Capt. Robert Daniel Newill.

Royal Horse Artillery, attached to 290th Brigade RFA (2)

£20 - £25


BWM (entitled to 1915 trio) to 7326 Lance Cpl. Patrick

Ryan 2nd Battalion Irish Guards. Killed in Action 2nd

May 1916. Buried White House Cemetery, Ypres. From

Doon, Co.Limmerick (see page 77, Kipling, The Irish

Guards in The Great War). 'Machine guns filling the dark

with bullets - killed one of our corporals and wounded a

couple of Coldstream'.

£25 - £30


BWM, Territorial War Medal and IGS with Afghanistan

NWF 1919 clasp. (Entitled to Victory Medal) to

429/355233 Pte Charles Hall 9th Battalion (cyclists)

Hampshire Regiment. Service in India, Afghanistan and


£80 - £100


BWM, Victory Medal and Death Plaque to 37997 Pte

William Clive Squib 2/4th Battalion Royal Berkshire

Regiment. Killed in Action 21st March 1918, buried

Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy. On this day the

commanding officer Lt Col. Dimmer VC MC, attempted

to rally the battalion whilst seated on his white charger.

Sadly he also lies with his groom in this cemetery

£100 - £120


Casualty, British War and Victory Medals (only

entitlement) to 18745 Pte Frank Oldfield 10th Battalion

(1st Hull, Commercial) East Yorkshire Regiment, killed

in Action 3rd May 1917, commemorated Arras

Memorial Oppy Wood. The Black Day for the Hull Pals.

From Hatfield Woodhouse, named on the Hatfield


£60 - £70


CMG, 1914 Star and Bar Trio, with MID (trio mounted

for wear) to Lt Colonel Philip Claude Tresilian Davy,

Royal Army Medical Corps. Captured 16th September

1914 whilst serving as a Major with the 2nd Battalion

Royal Dublin Fusiliers. He was repatriated on the 1st July

1915 and thereafter served with the EEF. He

commanded the RAMC detachment at Gardelegen

POW Camp, during the typhus outbreak in 1915 and

wrote a damning account for the official report of

October 1916 (copy with the medals). Also see article

published by DNW ref A/Sjt Simpson DCM. A further

reference can be found by Major J D Sainsbury, in then

OMRS journal, Autumn 1981. Taken from The British

Journal Of Nursing, November 11th 1916. WELL

DESERVED HONOURS. "The King has been pleased

to confer the following honours on officers of the RAMC,

in recognition of their distinguished service and devotion

to duty during the typhus epidemic at Gardelegen

Prisoners of War Camp, Germany, during the spring and

summer of 1915: C.M.G (additional member), Major

Philip Claude Tresilian Davy, M.B., RAMC.

Distinguished Service Order, Captain Augustus Scott

Williams RAMC. Captain Arthur James Brown, RAMC

Special Reserve. Never were honours better bestowed.

The story of the self-sacrifice of these three officers is a

glorious page in our national history." His Father Colonel

Sir Henry Davy was High Sheriff of Exeter 1887.

£500 - £600


Death Plaque and Original Scroll in metal frame to

Rifleman Robin Luck N.Z.R.B. Commemorated at

Caterpillar Valley (New Zealand) Memorial. Plaque with

special wall mounting attachment. 23/1511 Rfn R.Luck

1/3. N.2. Rif Bde. Killed in Action 15th September 1916

Somme. Nice lot

£50 - £60


Death Plaque to 2nd Lieutenant Reginald Donaldson

Abbiss 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light

Infantry. Died of Wounds 2nd December 1917, Buried

Mendinghem Military Cemetery. Reginald Donaldson

Abbiss, born 1887, in Cambridge.

£50 - £70


Death Plaque (unique name) to 101106 Pte Henry

Chapman Goldie. East Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry

and 20th Squadron Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) Died

of Wounds 3rd December 1917, commemorated Ramleh

War Cemetery. A native of Hull, son of Capt. William

Henry Joshua and Emily Rose Goldie of Ashfield,

Marlborough Avenue, Hessle, Hull. Enlisted in East

Riding of Yorkshire Yeomanry 1915, transferred to

Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry). Commemorated on the

Hull Grammar School Memorial

£40 - £50


India Medal with three bars, Punjab Frontier 1897 - 98,

Samana 1887 and Tirah 1897-98 (1646 Serjt. M.C.Ellis

2nd York and Lancaster Regt.) China War Medal (1646

Serjt. M.C.Ellis 2nd York and Lancaster Regt.), 1915

Star (3-4072 C.Sjt. M.C.Ellis York and Lanc. R), British

War Medal (Capt.M.C.Ellis) and Victory Medal with

Oak Leaf on the ribbon (MID) (Capt. M.C.Ellis). Sold

with a folder full of original documents and photocopied


£400 - £500


Large framed Great War Commemoration Scroll to Pte.

Thomas Kisby MM 12th Bn. Durham L.I. Note: MM

L/Gaz 23.03.19 for Gallantry during The Battle of the

Piave 27.10.18

£20 - £25