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MBE, 1915 Star Trio, GSM (Iraq Clasp), Defence Medal,

39-45 Star, War Medal, LSGCMedal and MSM (George

VI) to Major George W.Lord M.B.E., M.S.M Royal






2891/59237/4335660 Pte 4th and 2nd Battalion East

Yorkshire Regiment. Taken Prisoner at a date not known.

Transferred to the 2nd Battalion and served in Iraq

1921/22. RQMS at the East Yorks Depot, Beverley

1936, commissioned in 1940 into the King's Regiment,

later transferring into the RTR. MSM awarded in 1952,

at this time he was Chairman of the Hull Branch of the

Regimental Association. (comes with an extensive

research file).

£380 - £400


Memorial Scroll and Letter from the King. Encased in an

attractive bronzed finished frame, with the badge of the

Derbyshire Yeomanry to 43068 L/Cpl William Fielding

Best Finney 14th Battalion Durham Light Infantry.

Killed in Action 7th January 1917, Buried Cambrin

Churchyard Extension. Previous service as no. 2039

Derbyshire Yeomanry

£20 - £25


MM Pair, Territorial War Medal, 1937 Coronation

Medal and MID Oak Leaf (mounted for wear) to

966/850126 Sjt Arthur Baker, Royal Field Artillery (1st

Brigade Wessex Division) From Jubilee Road, Southsea,

Hampshire. MM L/Gaz 17.06.19. Award for Gallantry

in September/October 1918 (Poss Hindenburg Line)

62/Howitzer Bde 12th Div, MID not confirmed

£500 - £550


OBE, 1915 Star Trio, RSPCA Bronze Life Saving Medal

(with miniature medals mounted for wear) to Lt. Colonel

Alfred Stanley Henry 15th Battalion (Transport Workers)

South Lancashire Regiment. Pte on 1915 Star, Major on

War and Victory and Lt Col on RSPCA (rank also noted

on MIC) Previous Service as 25953 Pte 14th Canadian

Infantry. Arrived France February 1915 (M.I.C), noted as

age 50 on return to Canada in 1920, died St Agnes,

Conrnwall 1951.

£240 - £260


OBE, MC, 1915 Star Trio (with MID) GSM (Iraq Clasp),

Defence and War Medal to Lt Colonel Eustace Arthur

Bray, OBE., M.C. 1st Battalion East Yorkshire

Regiment. Born in 1884, 2nd Lt, East Yorkshire Regt,

1903; Lt, 1905; Capt, 1914; served at Gallipoli, 1915, and

in Egypt, 1916; Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General,

11 Div, Egyptian Expedition Force, 1916 and British

Armies in France, 1916-1918; Maj, 1918; Assistant

Adjutant and Quartermaster General, 11 Div, British

Armies in France, 1918-1919; Assistant Adjutant and

Quartermaster General, British Army on the Rhine,

1919; served in operations in Iraq, 1919-1920; Lt Col,

1931. Commanded the 6th Battalion at Gallipoli from the

22nd August till 17th October when he was invalided.

MID Three times, MC awarded on the 1st January 1917,

distinguished service in the field. OBE in the Birthday

Honours List 1919. Commanded the honour guard at the

wedding of King George VI (then Duke of York) 25th

April 1933 (with an extensive research file).

£1200 - £1400








CC/OFS/TR/LN, Kings South Africa with Bars

SA01/SA02, 1915 Trio, GV Special Constabulary

L.S.M, War Medal, Defence Medal to 5794 Sjt. Edward

Ford 5th Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment. Served with

the 2nd Battalion during the Boer War, continuous

regular service until his discharge in May 1918. M.I.C.

notes theatre of war first served as 2b Balkans (Gallipoli).

Served with the 5th Battalion. A photo of him is held at

the Dorset Regimental Museum, Dorchester

£180 - £200


South African War Casualty, Queens South Africa Medal

with bars CC/OFS to Pte. Herbert Hebb 2nd Volunteer

Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment. Died of Enteric fever

on 22nd June 1900 at Senekal, Orange Free State. Aged

22, he was a member of B Company whose drill station

was at Leven. One of 120 Volunteers who formed the

Volunteers Service Company of the East Yorkshire

Regiment, three dying during the campaign. He is

commemorated on brass plaques in the village church,

Leven and Beverley Minster

£80 - £100


Victory Medal to 10/1323 Pte Herbert Rawlings 1st

Battalion Wellington Regiment, N.Z.E.F. 11th Taranaki

Company. Killed in Action 17th September 1916.

Commemorated on the Caterpillar Valley (New Zealand)


£20 - £30


Victory Medal to Captain John German Harrison Royal

Field Artillery (TF) 'X' 32nd Trench Mortar Battery.

Died of Wounds 11th April 1918. Buried St. Sever

Cemetery, Rouen. Age 27, son of Major J.G.Harrison, of

Whitchurch, Salop. Mentioned extensively in Trench

Mortar Memories - 32nd Division "Tuesday, April 9th

Poor dear old Harrison had been very severely wounded

in the head on the way up".

£25 - £30