Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVI) GEORGE STRICKLAND
Box of issue to Mr. G. Strickland, 52 King's Road, Dorchester, Dorset. Ribbon bar.
Thye 1939 census shows that George and Kate Strickland were living at the above address. He was born in 1881 and was a Gardiner by trade and noted as a serving Special Constable.
George Sutton Bishop
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GEORGE S. BISHOP.
Medical Voluntary Service Medal GEORGE S. BISHOP.
British Red Cross Society Proficiency in Red Cross First Aid 1933 Red Cross First Aid / 1934 Red Cross First Aid 07236 G. BISHOP.
British Red Cross Society Medal for War Service 1914-18 G. BISHOP.
British Red Cross Society 10 Years Service Badge 9267 G.S. BISHOP.
First two medals mounted as worn. Copy research. George Sutton Bishop was born in Thanet, Kent 29 Sept. 1876.
He married Emma Hermitage 17 January 1900 in Thanet.
Thanet Advertiser (8 July 1899) "Ambulance Corps for Broadstairs. A meeting of the Broadstairs and St. Peter's Urban District Council was held to form an ambulance corps for Broadstairs." Among those who joined is "G.S. Bishop."
As a member of the Ambulance Corps at the start of the war he must have been working for the Red Cross, but 7 June 1917 he enlisted into the Royal Flying Corps and was a driver in the UK only (no medal entitlement).
Thanet Advertiser (25 Sept. 1928) "Medals for Workers in Ambulance Cause. Medals and certificates won by members of the Broadstairs and St. Peter's Ambulance Corps were presented at the Council Chamber on Wednesday.... Medals were presented to ... G.S. Bishop"
1939 Cenus George was living in Alexander Road, Broadstairs and noted as "First Aid. St. Johns." Probably entitled to the Defence Medal.
He died 15 August 1942 in Broadstairs.
Group of Five: £165
Cecil Charles Dudley Miller
1953 Coronation Medal
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVI) Long Service 1949 / Long Service 1959 / Long Service 1969 CECIL C.D. MILLER
Medals mounted as worn. Copy research. Cecil Charles Dudley Miller was born in Cheltenham 7 December 1915. In 1939 he was a law student living in Berkhamstead with the Cooper family and in 1940 he married Sheila Cooper. Also lodging in the house was Hugh Toms who is shown as "Sgt. City of London Special Constabulary" and so this may be why Cecil joined. The 1953 Coronation Medal Roll confirms shows him as "Constable. C.L.S.C.".
He died in Chichester in April 2004.
Group of Three: SOLD
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GV) HERBERT D. HOLLAND £20 Robed bust
Possibly Herbert Douglas Holland, from Castleford, Yorkshire.
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVI) SGT. PETER N. CLARKE £20
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GVI) ALBERT H. RUCK £20
Possibly Albert H. Ruck who was living in Tetbury, Gloucestershire in 1951.
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Police Coronation Medal 1902
P.C. C. GOLDEN P DIV
Copy research. Charles Golden was born 1857 in Kent and joined the Met. Police in July 1889 and served in Y Division until 1896 when he transferred to P Division. He received the 1897 Met. Police Jubilee Medal. In 1901 he was living in Lambeth and retired in 1905. In 1911 he was a publican in Longstanton, Cambridgeshire.
Metropolitan Police Coronation Medal 1911 P.C. J. DAVIS £40
There are 7 "PC J. Davis" who received the medal.
Police Long Service Medal
Service Medal (QEII)
S.C. KULOP SAID NASIR. F. OF
M. POL. £65
General Service Medal (GVI) Malaya 6222 PC ABD HAMID HASSAN F.OF M. POL. SOLD
General Service Medal (1936-39) Northwest Frontier 1937-39
457 FT. CONST. MOHD.
SHARIF. POLICE DEPT. £40
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|National Fire Brigades Union Medal FIVE YEARS / TEN YEARS 8160 JOHN
Includes ribbon bar with emblem. Pin on back.
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