MEDALS TO THE INDIAN ARMYEgypt Medal Suakin 1885 Pte Rughjoo Pendneykur 28th Bombay Infy. SOLD
The 28th Bombay Native Infantry were part of the Anglo-Indian Suakin Field Force which attempted to relieve General Gordon in Khartoum.
Afghanistan Medal Kandahar Sowar Saifoodin 3rd Punjab Cavy £250
Sowar = Trooper, 3rd Punjab Cavalry.
|Afghanistan Medal BHISHTI RAHDOO 27TH
A water carrier serving with the 27th Punjab Native Infantry.
|Afghanistan Medal Private Luximon Saivonth 13th
13th Bombay Native Infantry.
Service Medal Hazara 1891 1440
Singh. 11th Bl
Duffadar = Sergeant. 11th Bengal Lancers.
|India Service Medal 1895 Punjab Frontier 1897-98 1099 Sepoy Mohamed Bahksh. 33d Pjb Infy £135|
Service Medal 1895 Punjab
Naudhu 38th Bl Infy
38th Dogra Regtiment
|India Service Medal (EdVII) Waziristan 1901-2 2152 Sepoy Shandar 5th Pjb Infy £180|
|India General Service Medal
1908 North West
Frontier 1908 4790 Sepoy Spin Khan, 22nd
India General Service Medal 1908 North West Frontier 1908 Erased Naming £50
General Service Medal
1919-20 1648 HAVR: MUJAIT
KHAN, 3/BN. CORPS OF GUIDES F.F.
3rd Battalion Corps of Guides Frontier Force.
India General Service Medal 1908 Waziristan 1919-21 87 NK. FAZAL AHMAD, 3-152 PJBIS. £60
The 152nd Punjabis were formed in May 1918 and disbanded in April 1921.
India General Service Medal 1908 North West Frontier 1930-31 210623 A.ORDY. GULAB DIN. 1 I.H.C. £52
Acting Orderly, Indian Hospital Corps.
India General Service Medal 1908 Mohmand 1933 PTE. BHISHTI MOHD. FAZAL. I.S.C. £60
Indian Signal Corps.
India General Service Medal 1908 North West Frontier 1935 4464 NAIK FATEH KHAN. 5-1 PUNJAB R. £50
Colonel Alfred Lucian Phillips
1914 Star COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
British War COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
Victory Medal COL. A.L. PHILLIPS
Colonel Alfred Lucian Phillips was born on 24 March 1861 in Bombay, he was commissioned from the Royal Military College into the Dorsetshire Regiment in January 1881, and later admitted to the Indian Staff Corps on 1 July that year, advanced to Assistant Commissariat Officer in the Lushai Column and qualified for the 1903 and 1911 Delhi Durbar medals where he was serving as Colonel of Supply and Transport, 8th Division. He retired from service in 1913 but reengaged for service out the outbreak of WWI and went to France on 16 September 1914, after the war Phillips retired from service and resided in Milverton, Weston Park, Bath and died on 7 December 1940.
Group of Four: £895
Lieutenant Hume Guilford Rochfort
Military Works Service
|India General Service Medal
H.G. ROCHFORT, M.W.S. £250
Captain Hume Guilford Rochfort was born in 1888 in Hyderabad, Deccan India, educated a St. George's Grammar School, and a two year course in Civil and Mechanical Engineering at the Crystal Palace School of Engineering (1911-1913), in 1914 he was engaged as Assistant Engineer in charge of Nirmal Sub-division Adilabad District (Roads & Buildings) including the reconstruction of the Nagpur road in 1916. In 1917 he was commissioned Lieutenant in charge of the Military Works as Garrison Engineer, Tank, North West Frontier Province, constructing factories, railway lines, roads, wells etc and in 1918 and 1919 he was promoted to Captain and put in charge of Manjai Cantonment, erecting 40 barracks and 6 officers' quarters in addition to 12 miles of roads. Research includes a full list of the projects on which he worked during the war.
Lieut. Claude Boileau Mosse
British War Medal LIEUT. H.F.G. PITT.
Victory Medal LT. C.B. MOSSE.
Defence Medal Un-named
1939-45 War Medal Un-named
1937 Coronation Medal Un-named
Copy research. Claude Boileau Mosse was born 8 October 1893 in Mhow, India, the son of Charles George Drummond Mosse, Surgeon-Captain, Army Medical Staff. Commissioned from Royal Military College as 2nd Lieutenant, Indian Army Unattached List 24 August 1912. Posted to 116th Mahrattas 2 November 1913.His MIC shows that he qualified for the 1914/15 Star in the Tochi Valley 28 November 1914.
General Staff Officer 3rd Grade 24 May 1919 - Staff Captain 16 February 1920 - Major 24 August 1929 - Lieutenant-Colonel 23 February 1936
1939 census living in Weymouth, "on leave pending retirement, Lieut. Col. Indian Army. Air Raid Warden."
Retired 23 February 1940. He died in Weymouth 23 November 1975.
NOTE BRITISH WAR MEDAL IN ABOVE GROUP IS NAMED TO PITT: Copy research. Horace Frederick George Pitt was born 1885 in Northampton. The family moved to India soon after, as a brother, Hubert Cyril Pitt, was born in Bombay in 1887. He married Ellen Maude Backhurst in Secunderabad 23 January 1907. His occupation was "Fireman, H.H.N.G.S. Rlwys." (Hiss Highness Nizam's Guaranteed State Railway). A daughter, Phylis Blanche Pitt, was born in Dornakul, India in May 1908. In 1924 he visits England and is listed as a railway official. Awarded the Volunteer Force Long Service Medal (Indian Army Order 35 of 1927): Private H.F.G. Pitt, 1st Battalion Baroda and Central India Railway Regiment, A.F.I.
Group of Six: £395 RESERVED
Lieut-Colonel William Reginald Warden
Madras Regiment, Jat Regiment
and Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
|India General Service Medal North West Frontier 1930-31 MAJOR W.R. WARDEN,
2-9 JAT R.
Defence Medal Un-named
1939-45 War Medal Un-named
Copy research. William Reginald Warden was born in Secunderabad, India 27 December 1885, the son of Lieutenant Edmund Warden, Madras Staff Corps. Educated in England, he was commissioned into the Indian Army, Unattached List January 1905. Posted to the 83rd Wallajahbad Light Infantry June 1907.
He married Marion Kathleen Kowsell at St. John's Church, Cannanore, India 5 September 1914. MIC shows he was issued 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal and General Service Medal with clasp Iraq serving with 2/3rd Madras Regiment and Indian Signal Service. (Acting Major while commanding a Divisional Signal Company). His Officer's Confidential Report states "29-12-15 to 17-2-16 Iraq, Tigris Corps Headquarters, Capt. Offg DD.S. & Tels. 17-2-16 to 23-4-16 Iraq, Tigris Corps Signals, Capt. i/c R.A. Sigs: Tigris Corps. 26-9-20 to 3-5-21 Iraq, 63rd P.L.I. Major." In January 1927 the Cheltenham Chronicle reported that the Divorce Court had granted a "decree of restitution of conjugal rights" to Mrs Marion Kathleen Warden, of Queen's Road, Cheltenham, on the grounds of desertion by her husband, Captain William Reginald Warden. Three years later their divorce was reported on the grounds of "misconduct of her husband, William Reginald Warden, with a woman at an address in East Molesley, Surrey. 20 February 1931 he was married in a church in Bombay to Alice Freda Wallace, of East Molesley, Surrey. He claimed to be "unmarried".
Served with the 2nd Battalion 9th Jat Regiment during the Red Shirt Rebellion 1931 (medal and clasp) as 2nd-in-command of the battalion. In 1932 he commanded 10th Battalion, 4/9th Jats. Retired 1934 as Lieutenant-Colonel.
London Gazette 26 September 1939: Royal Air Force Reserve, Reserve of Air Force Officers. Lt-Col. William Reginald Warden (I.A. Ret.) is granted a commission in class CC as Flight Lieutenant with effect from 21st July 1938 and is granted the rank of Squadron Leader with effect from 17th April 1939." (Class CC - Non-specialist civilians who would be commissioned on mobilisation - no training)." London Gazette 19 January 1940: Squadron Leader William Reginald Warden relinquished commission in class CC in appointment to commission in the RAFVR, 1st September 1939. Wing Commander 1 September 1942. After the war he lived at Haydon Farm, Cullompton, Devon and died 25 December 1963 at Trinity Hospital, Taunton.
The three medals appear mounted as worn, possibly his earlier medals were separated in the divorce?
Group of Three: £295 RESERVED
Captain George Frederick Camm
Indian Army Reserve of Officers
|General Service Medal Iraq
CAPT. G.F. CAMM.
Copy research. George Frederick Camm was born in London, 1895. Educated at Emanuel School, served as Cadet Colour-Sergeant, Emanuel School Contingent, O.T.C. Commissioned 21st London Regiment (1st Surrey Rifles) 17 October 1913. Served in France from April 1915 (received 1914/15 Star, British War and Victory Medals). Commanded a Trench Mortar Battery 1916. Listed as wounded in The Army and Navy Gazette 28 October 1916. Temporary commission Indian Army Reserve of Officers 5 December 1919. MIC shows Supply and Transport Corps. Relinquished commission 12 August 1922.
2nd Lieutenant, Regular Army Emergency Commission 11 September 1939 (The Queen's Royal Regiment). In May 1942 he is listed on a ship, with his brother Edward William Camm, leaving Liverpool on the "Prins Willem III" heading for Georgetown, British Guiana. Both are shown as "Army Officer".
War Substantive captain 4 March 1944. He died in Hove, Sussex in March 1956.
|British War Medal 1 COL. INDRA
SHUM SHERE JUNG, P.G.
Medal mounted for wear. London Gazette 7 February 1919 states that Colonel Indra Shumshere Jung Bahadur Rana was awarded the C.I.E. He was born at Seto Durbar, Katmadu and educated at Narayanhiti and Durbar High School, Katmandu. Appointed Colonel in Nepalese Army 1908 and served with the Nepalese Contingent in Afghanistan 1919. Also received the Order of the Star of Nepal 3rd class. He died 3 June 1926.
British War Medal
3771 HAVR. PIR BAKHSH, 27 PJBIS. £30
421 BHISTI ABDUL HAKIM, 92 PJBIS £40
1011 SEPOY HUSSAN KHAN, 107 PNRS. £30
BARIM KHAN ZARIF KHAN £30
1886 SOWAR RASAL SINGH, 16 CAVY. £20
3335 SOWAR FARMAN ALI, 25 CAVY. £20
2190 SEPOY AKBAR ALI, 2-19 PJBIS. £18
1185 SEPOY NOOR MOHAMAD, 20 INFY. £18
2780 SEPOY SULTAN ALI, 20 INFY. £18
1585 SEPOY HASSAN SHAH, 1-22 PJBIS. £18
2752 SEPOY MOHD KHAN. 1-26 PJBS. £18
1537 SEPOY ALI KHAN, 27 PJBIS. £18
1106 SEPOY SHER ZAMAN, 27 PJBIS. £18
1850 SEPOY SHER MOHD, 33 PJBIS £18
3829 SEPOY RAJ WALLI, 46 PJBIS £18
3876 SEPOY SALEH MOHD. 51 SIKHS £18
3282 SEPOY SHAHZADA, 52 SIKHS F.F. £18 (Sikhs is rubbed)
1020 SEPOY MARDAN ALI, 53 SIKHS. £20
1066 SEPOY GHEBA KHAN, 54 SIKHS. £20
3197 SEPOY AZANI KHAN, 1-55 COKE'S RFLS. £18
2672 SEPOY AMAL DIN, 1-56 RFLS F.F. £18
3564 SEPOY RESHIM, 59 RFLS. £18
2109 SEPOY KALA KHAN, 62 PJBIS £18
1903 SEPOY RAHIM ALI, 1-69 PJBIS. £18
3517 SEPOY SAJAWAL KHAN, 72 PJBIS £18
2497 SEPOY AHMAD ALLI, 82 PJBIS £18
1075 SEPOY GHARFAR KHAN, 84 PJBIS. £18
4272 SEPOY SAMUNDER KHAN, 1-89 PJBIS. £18
2476 SEPOY MUHOL WALI, 1-89 PJBIS. £18
2382 SEPOY BAGH ALI, 90 PJBIS. £18
12998 HAVR. NUR ALAM, 91 PJBIS. £18
3247 SEPOY NAINAB KHAN, 92 PJBIS. £18
3345 SEPOY KASHAM KHAN, 92 PJBIS. £18
3247 SEPOY NAWAB KHAM, 92 PJBIS. £18
3009 SEPOY MARDON ALI, 92 PJBIS £20
4283 SEPOY FAMAN KHAN, 93 INFY. £18
4068 SEPOY FATTEH KHAN, 109 INFY £18
4558 SEPOY NUR HUSSAIN, 1-113 INFY. £18
2596 RFMN. FAZAL KHAN, 123.OTRM.RFLS. £18 (Reverse rubbed)
3391 RFMN. FEROZ KHAN, 123.OTRM.RFLS. £18
3612 NK. SHERAZ GUL. 126 BAL. INFY. £18
1765 SPR. KAMAR DIN, RY. BN. S&M. £25
3180 SPR. SADAR KHAN, 1 S & M. £18
9076 HAVR. MOHER SHAH, R.A. £30
MOHD ISMAIL. POSTAL DEPT. £20
Dhoby Azim Khan
Indian Army Hospital Corps
General Service Medal 1936-1939
North West Frontier 1936-37 G-12828 DHOBY AZIM KHAN, I.H.C. £55 (laundryman) Indian Hospital Corps
North West Frontier 1936-37 10603 SEPOY MOHD.YAKUB, 2-1 PUNJAB R. £48
Overseas Service Badge
| 1939/45 War Medal 13026
L/NK. ALAM SING BISHT, R.GARH.RIF.
1939/45 War Medal 91333 L/NK. GURBAKHSH SINGH, BOMBAY S.&M.GP. £12
1939/45 War Medal 18716 SEP. BAKHTAWAR SINGH, 2 PUNJAB R. £12
1939/45 War Medal 1871 SEPOY DAS UNDHA SINGH, 1?/PBJS (?) £12
1939/45 War Medal MTS/807468 SEP. SHEO LAL, R.I.A.S.C. (M.T.) £12
1939/45 War Medal 40915 DVR. SHARAM SINGH, R.I.A. £12
1939/45 Star 206198 PNR. MANAK CHAND, I.P.C. £10
1939/45 Star 60271 GNR. LAKHI RAM, R.I.A. £10
1939/45 Star 781847 L/NK. SADHU SINGH, R.I.A.S.C. (A.T.) £10
Service Medal S.E. Asia
HAV. SHANKAR SAWANT, BOMBAY ENGR.GP.,
Bombay Group, Royal Indian Engineers.
General Service Medal S.E. Asia 1945-49 Un-named (as issued to troops who went to the Pakistan Armed Forces after 1947) £55
||Pakistan Independence Medal
NAZIR AHMAD F.C. 8087
Pakistan Independence Medal 3029648 SEP. DILAWAR KHAN. 8 PUNJAB R. £10
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