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MEDALS POST WORLD WAR ONE


Lieutenant Musgrave Kennedy
Royal Army Medical Corps
1939-45 Star                                                        Unnamed
Burma Star                                                          
Unnamed
Defence Medal                                                     Unnamed
1939-45 War Medal                                           
Unnamed

General Service Medal (GVI)  Malaya             LT. M. KENNEDY. R.A.M.C.
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (GVI)   LT. M. KENNEDY. R.A.M.C.
With original documents. Army Certificate of Education 3rd class 1931 (Aldershot), 1st class 1934 (Karachi, India), envelope addressed to Mrs Kennedy, North Shields, Northumberland, an original photo wearing his miniatures and a ration book (1947) to J. Kennedy.
Copy research. Musgrave Kennedy was born 1908 in North Shields, Northumberland.
Commissioned Lieutenant (Quartermaster) 30 January 1946 (from WOII). Lieutenant 1 April 1949.
Died in Hartlepool 20 February 1981.
Group of Six: 225


Private J. O'Grady
Leicestershire Regiment
King's Own Scottish Borderers


General Service Medal (GVI)  Palestine                                     3184654 PTE. J. O'GRADY. LEIC.R.
India General Service Medal North West Frontier 1937-39   3184654. PTE. J. O'GRADY. LEIC.R.
1939-45 Star                                                                                   Unnamed
Burma Star                                                                                     
Unnamed
Defence Medal                                                                                Unnamed
1939-45 War Medal                                                                      
Unnamed

Group mounted for wear. Copy medal rolls for Palestine and North West Frontier. The India medal roll states "To KOSB 1.3.39"
The 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers were in India in 1939. The Battalion served in the Arakan and fought at Ngakydauk Pass and in the Admin Box. Later the battalion were flown to the front t Imphal. In early 1945 they took part in the attack onn the Irrawaddy line and fought at Prome in May 1945.
Group of Six: SOLD




1939-45 Star                                                                  Unnamed
Africa Star                                                                      
Unnamed
Defence Medal                                                                Unnamed
1939-45 War Medal                                                      
Unnamed

1937 Coronation Medal                                                 Unnamed
Territorial Efficiency Decoration (3 bars - 1950)    
1944

Group mounted as worn. Each clasp is dated 1950 on the back. The London Gazette confirms that a number of officers were awarded 3 bars in 1950.
Group of Six: 250

Sergeant G.H. Corney
Royal Artillery

1939-45 Star                                                           Unnamed
Defence Medal                                                         Unnamed
1939-45 War Medal                                               
Unnamed

United Nations Medal Korea                                  Unnamed
General Service Medal (QEII) Malaya    
          22208797 SGT. G.H. CORNEY. R.A.

Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal (GVI) 22208797 SGT. G.H. CORNEY. R.A.
Dog tag:
22208797   C.E.  CORNEY
Group of Six: 245

Fusilier D.J. Williams
Royal Welsh Fusiliers

Efficiency Medal (GVI) Territorial  4194858. FUS. D.J. WILLIAMS. R.W.F75     Ind Imp issue

Efficiency Medal (GVI) Territorial  1448110 BDR. R.E. CARTER. R.A.         70    
Robert Edgar Carter died in Cheltenham in 2005, aged 84. He appeared on a casualty report as "dangerously ill, 17 March 1940 while serving with 160/54th Anti Aircraft Regiment.

Efficiency Medal (GVI) Territorial  871127 GNR. A.S. FREEMAN. R.A.         70    
Albert Samuel Freeman
enlisted in 1937. Transferred to Royal Engineers in February 1945.


Gunner J. Diack
Royal Artillery
General Service Medal (GVI) Palestine 1945-48 21038093 GNR. J. DIACK. R.A65
Copy medal roll.

Driver R. Greens
Royal Army Service Corps
General Service Medal (GVI) Palestine 1945-48 T/14476569 DVR. R. GREENS. R.A.S.C70
Copy medal roll. Served in Palestine attached to 3rd Field Ambulance, RAMC from November 1946 to October 1947.

Private T. Roberts
Worcestershire Regiment
General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya   22384249 PTE. T. ROBERTS. WORC R.  90
Copy medal roll.
1st Battalion The Worcestershire Regiment served in Malaya from  from 1950 to 1953.

General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya   S/22310636 PTE. M.B. ALLEN. R.A.S.C.  65 
In box of issue.

General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya/Arabian Peninsula   S/329575 S/SJT. T.T. ROBSON. R.A.S.C.   135

Captain Arthur Llewellyn Cox
Royal Army Ordnance Corps
1939-45 Star                                                         Unnamed    
France & Germany Star
                              Unnamed
Defence Medal                                            Unnamed
1939-45 War Medal                                     Unnamed

General Service Medal (QEII) Malaya              
10554396 C.S.M. A.L. COX. R.A.O.C.
1953 Coronation Medal                                 Unnamed
Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (QEII) 10554396 W.O.CL.1. A.L. COX. R.A.O.C.
Medals mounted for wear. Copy research and full service papers. Arthur Llewellyn Cox  was born 10 October 1920 in Gillingham, Kent. Enlisted 12 June 1941, Leicestershire Regiment. Transferred to R.A.O.C. Served UK to 19 July 1944 when embarked for North West Europe. Served with BAOR to July 1949. Promoted from Private to WOII 14 July 1949. Posted MELF March 1950 to June 1953 WOII CSM March 1952. Japan to March 1956 WOI RSM 14 November 1955. Korea to June 1956. Singapore to January 1959. LSGC awarded 22 March 1961. Short Service Commission 23 October 1964. Captain 23 June 1966. Relinquished commission on completion of service 22 October 1971. He died 10 June 1972 at Garden Gate Public House (he was the Landlord), Aldershot. All medals confirmed. 

Group of Seven:  375





Special Constable Kulop Said Nasir
Federation of Malaya Police

General Service Medal (GVI)
Malaya
19046531 SGT. P.M. GLASS. R.A.M.C.               65  
        
22359070 SIGM. E. McGONIGLE  R. SIGS              65

6222 PC ABD HAMID HASSAN F.OF.M. POL          58


QEII

Malaya
2326683 W.O.CL.2. M. ESSAY. R.SIGS.             70
56194 S.C. KULOP SAID NASIR. F. OF M. POL.   
60 (Special Constable)

Cyprus
23491044 PTE. J.W. OATES. R.A.O.C.     60   Royal Army Ordnance Corps



Private H. Walker
Royal Army Medical Corps
General Service Medal (QEII) Borneo / Malaya Peninsula   23945789 PTE. H. WALKER. RAMC.
Pingat Jasa Malaysia
Pair: 165



Warrant Officer class 2 M. Essay
Royal Signals

General Service Medal (QEII)
Malaya
  2326683 W.O.CL.2. M. ESSAY.  R.SIGS         70     Dei Gratia type       






Captain Arthur Kenneth Homersham
Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
General Service Medal (QEII)
Cyprus
  CAPT. A.K. HOMERSHAM. R.E.M.E.              150
Copy research. Arthur Kenneth Homersham was born in London 19 January 1910. He served in the Territorial Army (Royal Tank Corps), being discharged in 1934. He probably rejoined at outbreak of war and was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Army Service Corps in July 1943. He transferred to R.E.M.E. in March 1955 and retired in March 1959. He died in Liverpool in March 1975. Obviously entitled to WWII medals.

Fusilier A. Cornish
Lancashire Fusiliers
General Service Medal (QEII)      
Cyprus   23484148 FUS. A. CORNISH. L.F.        85
The Lancashire Fusiliers served in Cyprus 1956 to 1959.

Corporal Eric I P Mcintyre
Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (QEII) 25005955 CPL E I P MCINTYRE REME   65   
Laser engraved naming. LSGC Gazetted 27 March 2007. Eric Mcintyre enlisted 1991.


Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (QEII) 23486032 SGT. J.E.S. LEWIS. R.SIGNALS.  65


Driver J. Lawson
Royal Corps of Transport

General Service Medal
Borneo     1245 CPL. BS. NUMBU AK KELAI. SARAWAK POLICE   85
Northern Ireland
24502324 GNR K J KNAPP RA                      65
Northern Ireland 24291788 DVR. J. LAWSON RCT.                     65    (Royal Corps of Transport). In box of issue
Northern Ireland
242176936 FUS. K.T. MORLEY RRF.              70
        (Royal Regiment of Fusiliers)
Northern Ireland 244432683 DVR K F DICKINSON RCT            65      (Royal Corps of Transport)
Northern Ireland 24388660 FUS M S DICKINSON RRF             75
Northern Ireland
24227540 PTE. P.C. BEECHING  QUEENS        70
     

Northern Ireland 24431657 GDSM B R SCOTT GREN GDS         85


Private M.J.A. Scott
Royal Army Medical Corps
General Service Medal   Northern Ireland 24670795 PTE M J A SCOTT RAMC  68 
Medal in box of issue.

Lance-Corporal M.J. Boase
Royal Corps of Transport / Royal Logistic Corps

UN Cyprus Medal
General Service Medal 1962
Northern Ireland        24685445 LCPL M J BOASE RCT
NATO Medal Kosovo
Unnamed
Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal Unnamed       
Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (QEII)  24685445 LCPL M J BOASE RLC
Mounted as worn court style.
Group of Five: 295


General Service Medal 1962 Northern Ireland        24373301 DVR. P.E. ASHER RCT.
Gulf War Medal 6 Jan to 28 Feb 1991
                   24373301 LCPL P E ASHER RCT  
Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (QEII)  24373301 LCPL P E ASHER RCT
Mounted as worn court style.
Group of Threee: 395