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MEDALS POST WORLD WAR ONE


Private J. Shilton
York and Lancaster Regiment

1939-45 Star
Burma Star
Defence Medal
1939-45 War Medal

Efficiency Medal (GVI. Ind.Imp.) Territorial   2080895 . PTE. J. SHILTON .Y & L.
Wounded 17 February 1945. The 9th Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment arrived in India in September 1942 and were part of 53 Infantry Brigade, 25th Division. In March 1944 the 53rd Infantry Brigade moved into the Arakan and in November 1944 the Brigade was shipped up the Kalapanzin River. In December they took part in operations around Akyab Island. By 6th Jan. 1945 the 9th York and Lancaster Regiment were at Ponnagyun. 16th February the Battalion made a beach landing near Ruywa and Shilton was wounded the next day.
Group of Four: SOLD


Warrant Officer 2nd class C.G. Morgan
Royal Engineers

Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (GVI. Ind. Imp.)  1859588 W.O.CL.II. C.G. MORGAN. R.E.     £75
Obviously entitled to World War Two medals.

Warrant Officer 2nd class G.A. Moore
Royal Engineers

Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal (GVI. Ind.Imp.)  1863448 W.O.CL.2. G.A. MOORE. R.E.           £75
Copy research. Enlisted Royal Engineers 1923. Lance-Corporal 1926, Corporal 1929, Lance-Sergeant 1933. Posted to 24th (Fortress) Company in Malta 1935,  Sergeant 1936, Staff Sergeant and Warrant Officer class 2. Awarded LSGC in 1941. Includes photocopy of unit football team on Malta 1936 which includes Moore. Entitled to World War Two Medals. 24th Fortress Company remained on Malta until 1943 when they transferred to the UK. In 1944 they served in North West Europe (redesignated as 24th Field Company).


Sergeant T. Smith
Royal Army Medical Corps

General Service Medal   Palestine      460899. PTE. T. SMITH. R.A.M.C.
1939-45 Star
Italy Star
Defence Medal
1939-45 War Medal
Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal (GVI Brit.Om) 
4608099. SJT. T. SMITH. R.A.M.C.  
Copy medal roll for Palestine shows that he served with 7 General Hospital.
Group of Six: £220


Signalman John Gildea
Royal Signals

India General Service Medal Waziristan 1921-24 / North West Frontier 1930-31 2309488 SGLN. J. GILDEA. R. SIGNALS.
1939-45 Star
Burma Star
Defence Medal
1939-45 War Medal
Copy research. John Gildea was born 21 January 1901 in Sligo, Ireland. He enlisted 16 December 1919 into the Royal Munster Fusiliers but transferred in January 1920 to the Royal Engineers. He then transferred to the Royal Signals in November 1920. Posted to 2 Wireless Signal Squadron, Rawalpindi, India in March 1921. Returned to the UK April 1934. Discharged 5 October 1934. He re-enlisted 28 July 1939 and went to India in the Summer of 1942, serving at the Signals Training Centre, Mhow, then Peshawar District Signals, North Western Signals and finally 5 Indian Line of Communications. Returned to the UK September 1945 and was discharged 8 December 1945.
Group of Five: £325



Signalman William Henry Lowe
Royal Signals

India General Service Medal  North West Frontier 1935  2321246 SGLN. W.H. LOWE. R. SIGNALS.
India General Service Medal  North West Frontier 1936-37/North West Frontier 1937-39 2321246 SGLN. W.H. LOWE. R. SIGNALS.
1939-45 War Medal                 Un-named
Copy rolls confirm medals and clasps. Last roll states "Discharged 383(XVI) 5.8.40" (unfit for further service).
William Henry Lowe was born 11 October 1910 in New Hantley, Northumberland. Enlisted 31 January 1931 and went to India in December 1933. Served with "A" Corps Signals, Rawalpindi. Left India December 1938. To Army Reserve March 1939. Mobilized 12 August 1939 but medically   discharged 5 August 1940.
Group of Three: £395 

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

Efficiency Medal (GVI) Territorial 2753785 SJT. A. MITCHELL. BLACK WATCH.    £75   RESERVED
Ind. Imp. type.


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.A£65
Copy medal roll.


General Service Medal (GVI) Palestine 1945-48 4979548 PTE. N. COX. FORESTERS.  £95
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.C£70
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.  £80
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.



Corporal J.B. Smith
Royal Army Medical Corps

Africa General Service Medal (QEII)  Kenya   21073355 CPL. J.B. SMITH. R.A.M.C.   £115 




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


QEII

Malaya
23147710 PTE. F. ALCOCK. R.A.O.C.                £70
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.D.C. Pickford
Wiltshire Regiment
23274467 PTE. H.D.C. PICKFORD. WILTS           £95            
Wiltshire Regiment. Harold D.C. Pickford was born in Warminster, Wiltshire in 1937 and lived in Westbury. The Wiltshire Times (16 June 1956) reports on the battalion in Cyprus and among the photos is one of men of the Support Company at Aghirda being trained on a Vickers gun. Among them is "Harold Pickford, of 95 Oldfield Park, Westbury. Formerly a railway fireman, he has been in Cyprus only a
few weeks..."

Sapper B.S. Gilbert
Royal Engineers

Near East   23050424 SPR. B.S. GILBERT. R.E.      £95


Warrant Officer 1st class J.K. Webster
Royal Army Ordnance Corps

General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya / Cyprus 7585791 W.O.CL.1. J.K. WEBSTER. R.A.O.C.   £120


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       







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.

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


Private M.J.A. Scott
Royal Army Medical Corps
General Service Medal
Borneo     1245 CPL. BS. NUMBU AK KELAI. SARAWAK POLICE   £85      BS - Border Scouts. Raised in 1963 the Sarawak Border Scouts
were
“the eyes and ears of the security forces, but they were also front runners in the fight against the enemy. According to records, the Sarawak Border Scouts killed and captured the highest number of terrorists. As peace returned to Sarawak in 1974, their services were no longer needed. Some of them were absorbed into regular police force." Ref: Sarawak Border Scouts

Northern Ireland 24692616 PTE G J CABLE R ANGLIAN            £70
Northern Ireland 24502324 GNR K J KNAPP RA                      £65
Northern Ireland
242176936 FUS. K.T. MORLEY RRF.              £70
          (Royal Regiment of Fusiliers)

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

Northern Ireland 24670795 PTE M J A SCOTT RAMC                  £68     Medal in box of issue.
Northern Ireland 23599746 CPL. M.E. LEWIS ACC                  £65     Mounted for wear. Number before Oct. 1960. Army Catering Corps


Captain Gerald Alan Golding
Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers &
Royal Army Education Corps
General Service Medal  Near East / Cyprus           19054485 SGT. G.A. GOLDING. R.E.M.E.
General Service Medal  Northern Ireland               CAPT. G.A. GOLDING. RAEC.
Long Service Good Conduct Medal  Regular Army   LT. G.A. GOLDING. RAEC.
Mounted as worn. Copy research. Gerald Alan Golding was born 1931 in Liverpool. Served with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Commissioned from Warrant Officer II (REME) to Lieutenant, Royal Army Educational Corps 4 August 1969. Captain 4 August 1971. Awarded Long Service Good Conduct Medal, London Gazette 6 June 1972.
He died 7 March 2014. His obituary (Liverpool Echo 10 April 2014) "Gerry was in the REME and, once commissioned, the RAEC serving many years with the Parachute Regiment. Gerry was a highly skilled craftsman in wood and metal, a boat builder and artist."
Group of Three: £ 1,200


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


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