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1911 Coronation Medal 
Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal
   31461.T.S.MAJOR. S. LANGLEY  13/HUSSARS.

Samuel Langley was born in London in 1853 and enlisted in January 1873 into the 13th Hussars, serving in India, Afghanistan and South Africa, but managing to avoid any campaign medals! Awarded the Long Service Medal October 1891. Appointed Troop Sergeant Major of the Queen's own Royal Glasgow Imperial Yeomanry in January 1891. Discharged from Regular Army as Squadron Sergeant Major in February 1908, but remained with the Yeomanry and received a Quartmaster's commission. Awarded the 1911 Coronation Medal as Major & Qr:Mr: of the Glasgow Yeomanry. He died in Glasgow 20 January 1921.

General Service Medal  Malaya / Arabian Peninsula       2/LT. M.A.C. STOCKER. 13/18 H.   £

The intials in the naming have some marks but are clear. Michael Anthony Cyril Stocker received a National Service commission as 2nd Lieutenant, from Cadet, 14 September 1957. Transferred to the Army Emergency Reserve of Officers 17 May 1959. Lieutenant 17 July 1962 National Service List. Sold with copies of the regimental journal covering 1958, 59 and 60.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Orange Free State / Laing's Nek / Belfast      
3743. Pte. H. POOLE. 18/Hrs.
King's South Africa Medal
      South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902            3743 PTE. H. POOLE. 18TH HUSSARS.

First medal engraved naming. Hubert Poole was born in Walthamstow and enlisted in August 1891, aged18. Served in India 1892-95. South Africa 1895-99.   Transferred to the Reserve in May 1899. Recalled and back to South Africa October 1899. Discharged August 1903.
Pair: £

Queen's South Africa Medal  Transvaal / Orange Free State / Natal       3904. Pte. J. RANDALL. 13/Hrs.
King's South Africa Medal
      South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902      3904 PTE. J. RANDALL. 13TH HUSSARS.

First medal engraved naming. James Randall was born in Seborough and enlisted April 1896, aged 19. Served in South Africa from November 1899 to October 1903. Discharged April 1908.
Pair: £

Queen's South Africa Medal  Cape Colony / Paardeburg / Driefontein / Johannesburg  3763. Corpl. A. BAKER. 18/Hrs.
King's South Africa Medal
      South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902                              3743 CORPL: A. BAKER. 18TH HUSSARS.

Medallion engraved: A  XIII-H. SWORD V SWORD 1895
First medal engraved naming.  Albert Baker was born in London and enlisted in August 1891, aged 18. L/Cpl. March 1894; Corporal May 1898. India September 1893; South Africa October 1895. Discharged August 1903.
Pair: £

Queen's South Africa Medal  Orange Free State / Transvaal / Talana       4037. Pte. J. MALCOLM. 18/Hrs.
King's South Africa Medal
      South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902        4037 PTE. J. MALCOLM. 18TH HUSSARS.

First medal engraved naming. Listed as Prisoner of War at Dundee 20 October 1899 and released at Waterval 6 June 1900. To Army Reserve December 1902.
Pair: £

Queen's South Africa Medal  Talana / Defence of Ladysmith / Orange Free State / Laing's Nek / Belfast  3863. Pte. H.B. WARD. 18/Hrs.
King's South Africa Medal
      South Africa 1901 / South Africa 1902                                                             3863 PTE. F. WARD. 18TH HUSSARS.

First medal engraved naming. Note error initial on KSA; which is also on the medal roll. Henry Benjamin Ward was from London and enlisted April 1892, aged 20. India February 1893. South Africa October 1898. To Army Reserve February 1903. Discharged April 1904.
Pair: £

Queen's South Africa Medal  Cape Colony / Paardeburg / Relief of Ladysmith / Driefontein / Johannesburg  3799. Pte. W. HUMPHREYS. 18/Hrs.

Medal engraved naming. William Humphreys enlisted February 1901. India September 1893. South Africa October 1898. Discharged February 1903. His medal appears on a roll for "Staff of the Foreign Military Attaches". William Humphreys enlisted into the Army Service Corps October 1914, To France 30 October 1914. To UK February 1916. Discharged 30 July 1916 with a 1914 Star trio and Silver War Badge. He died 17 June 1920 at the General Hospital, Camberwell.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Tugela Heights / Relief of Ladysmith / Orange Free State / Laing's Nek / Belfast  4661. Pte. W.G. BATH. 18/Hrs.

Medal engraved naming. William George Bath was born in London and enlisted Jun 1898, aged 18. South Africa December 1898. To Reserve June 1903. Discharged May 1910. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Orange Free State / Laing's Nek / Belfast  4053. Pte. M. MANKLOW. 18/Hrs.

Medal engraved naming. Reported missing 29 July 1901 but rejoined at Middelburg. Transferred to Army Reserve in January 1903. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Transvaal / Orange Free State   4131. Pte. P.H. THOMPSON. 13/Hrs.

Medal engraved naming. Percy Harold Thompson was born in London and enlisted September 1898, aged 18. To South Africa August 1900 and returned October 1902. Discharged February 1903. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Transvaal / South Africa 1901  5016. PTE. W. PRIME. 18TH HUSSARS

Impressed naming. Clasps confirmed on rolls. Service papers show name as Edward Prime. Born in London, enlisted December 1899, aged 18.
South Africa 26 November 1900 to 19 October 1901. Returned to UK and transferred to Army Reserve December 1907. Discharged December 1911.
Medal roll for medal and clasp gives W. Prime. Roll for 01 clasp gives A. Prime.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Transvaal   5010. PTE. C. PARR. 18TH HUSSARS

Impressed naming. Charles Harry Parr was born in Windsor and enlisted December 1889, aged 18. To South Africa March 1901. To UK October 1902. Discharged October 1903.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Transvaal   4179. PTE. J.F. TRUSTAM. 13/Hrs.
Medal engraved naming. James Frederick Trustam was born in London and enlisted November 1898, aged 18. To South Africa May 1900. Severely wounded at Newcastle 9 October 1900. Returned to UK March 1901 and discharged July 1901. Also entitled to South Africa 1901 clasp. In 1911 he was living in Enfield and his occupation was "Army Pensioner Collector Cash". Enlisted October 1915 into the 3rd Battalion The Queen's Regiment. Corporal May 1916. Appointed Orderly Room Clerk June 1917. Discharged March 1920. The 3rd Battalion remained in the UK for the war and he is not entitled to any medals for thi service. 
1939 census he was working as a civil service clerk and living in Banstead, Surrey. He died 24 February 1963.

Queen's South Africa Medal  Natal   2808. Pte. J. GREENHALGH. 13/Hussars.

Medal engraved naming. John Greenhalgh was born in Manchester and enlisted November 1887, aged 22.  Transferred to the Reserve May 1894. Recalled October 1899. To South Africa November 1899.
Discharged November 1900.

1914 Star 5thAug.-22ndNov.1914  5168 PTE. R.H. WATSON, 18/HRS.
British War Medal                             
5168 PTE. R.H. WATSON. 18-HRS.
Victory Medal
                                     5168 PTE. R.H. WATSON. 18-HRS.

Robert Henry Watson was from Morpeth.
To France 15 August 1914 (clasp confirmed). Wounded 22 March 1918. Transferred to Reserve Cavalry and discharged June 1921. He died in 1928.
Group of Three: £

1914 Star                                           6271 PTE. G.H. DYER, 18/HRS.
British War Medal                              
6271 PTE. G.H. DYER. 18-HRS.
Victory Medal
                                     6271 PTE. G.H. DYER. 18-HRS.

George Henry Dyer went to France 20 August 1914 with the 18th Hussars. MIC states that he was “ineligible for the 1914 star clasp”. Transferred to the Army Veterinary Corps and later to the Royal Field Artillery.
Group of Three: £

1914 Star 5thAug.-22ndNov.1914   4513 PTE. R. HILL, 18/HRS.

British War Medal                               4513 PTE. R. HILL. 18-HRS.
Victory Medal                                      4513 PTE. R.HILL. 18-HRS.

Rowland Hill. To France 15 August 1914 (clasp confirmed). Discharged March 1919. Original clasp has been secured with cellotape.
Group of Three: £


1914/15 Star          1062. SPR. E. YOUNGS, R.E.
British War Medal   
1062 SPR. E. YOUNGS. R.E.
Victory Medal
          1062 SPR. E. YOUNGS. R.E.

Albert E
dgar Youngs was born 1892, the son of Arthur Youngs, a coach builder with a factory in Chelmsford. He enlisted into the Royal Engineers as Edgar Youngs and went to France 21 March 1915. In August 1917 the Essex County Chronicle reported that “Lc-Cpl. Edgar Youngs, R.E., son of Mr A. Youngs, coachbuilder, Chelmsford, in in hospital near Cheltenham, suffering from gas poisoning. He joined up early in the war and first went to the Front with the South Midland Division in March 1915. He is progressing.” He was discharged to the Reserve in February 1919. After the war he returned to his father's company, now called A. Youngs & Sons. In the 1939 Census he is living in Tudor Avenue, Chelmsford and is a “motor body builder” and an A.R.P. Warden. (Defence Medal)
Group of Three: £


1914/15 Star           
4798 PTE. A.J. KYTE. 13-HRS.
British War Medal     
4798 PTE. A.J. KYTE. 13-HRS.
Victory Medal
            4798 PTE. A.J. KYTE. 13-HRS.

Albert John Kyte was born 1889 and enlisted into the 11th
Hussars in November 1909. Transferred to the 13th Hussars November 1910 serving in India until that start of the war. Arrived in France 15 December 1914. In June 1916 he transferred to the Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry) with service number 56813, with the Indian Expeditionary Force (Mesopotamia). He was discharged in November 1921. By 1939 he was a carpenter living in Amesbury. He died in 1965.
Group of Three: £


1914/15 Star         
1385 PTE. G. COSTELLO. 13-HRS.
British War Medal   
1385 PTE. G. COSTELLO. 13-HRS.
Victory Medal
          1385 PTE. G. COSTELLO. 13-HRS.


George Costello. To France 15 December 1914 with the 13th Hussars. Transferred to 15th Squadron, Machine Gun Corps (Cavalry), which was in Mesopotamia. The History of the 13th Hussars quotes a letter that he wrote to the parents of another Hussar who was killed in Mesopotamia with the M.G.C. Discharged to Reserve October 1919.
Group of Three: £

Army Long Service Good Conduct Medals
Victorian


1616 SERGT. WM. MASON, 13TH HUSSARS.   £

William Mason enlisted May 1851 into the 15th
Hussars, aged 19. June 1853 transferred to the 13th Light Dragoons. Corporal July 1854. Sergeant October 1857. Served in Canada for three years. Discharged March 1875. This was his only medal.

1688. TP.S.MAJ: B. GOODGER. 18TH HUSS:   £

Benjamin Goodger was born in Bombay and enlisted there in September 1873 aged 17. Corporal 1876. Sergeant July 1881. Troop Sergeant Major December 1884. To UK December 1876. Returned to India November 1889. LSGC awarded November 1892. UK October 1903 and discharged. This was his only medal.

1 November 1914 enlisted into the Royal Engineers (No. 5713) and posted to a Reserve Regiment. Discharged October 1918 (no medals for this service). He lived at the Bugle Hotel, Lymington.
His son, William Arthur Goodger, was killed in June 1916 serving with Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry. Another son, Frederick Benjamin Goodger also joined the 18th Hussars and went to France in August 1914, and was wounded and a Prisoner of War.

1048 PTE. C. BROOMHEAD. 18TH HUSSARS.  £


Charles Broomhead was born in Sheffield and was a groom when he enlisted in the 18 August 1862, aged 19. Served in India June 1864 to January 1876. Discharged September 1883. This was his only medal. In 1891 he was living with his wife Belinda in Shoeburyness, Essex.

161 HOS:Q.M.SGT. D. BARRY. 13: HUSSARS   £


Davis Barry was born in Cork and enlisted January 1858, aged 22, into the 13th
Light Dragoons. Corporal 1867; Hospital Sergeant 1868; Hospital Sergeant Major 1875.
Discharged August 1876 with failing eyesight. His only medal.

Edward VII

2932 L.CORPL: J. CHOWN, 18TH HUSSARS.  £


John Chown was born in Petworth, Sussex and enlisted in November 1885, aged 19. Served in India December 1890 to May 1891. Discharged November 1907. His only medal.

George V

4491 SQ.S.MJR. I. OF M. H.E. EARL. 18/HRS.   £  

Horace Edward Earl was born in Ashford, Kent in 1877 and enlisted 2 August 1895 into the 18th Hussars. To India September 1897. To South Africa 1898. L/Cpl. August 1901. To
UK November 1902. Cpl. May 1903. Sergeant May 1908. To School of Musketry February 1910. Squadron Sergeant Major November 1912.
15 August 1914 posted to 11 Reserve Cavalry Regiment as Squadron Sergeant Major Instructor of Musketry, based at Tidworth. February 1917 to 5th Reserve Cavalry Regiment. Discharged November 1919. Entitled to QSA with clasps Transvaal O.F.S. and Talana, KSA with 2 clasps, Meritorious Service Medal (awarded in the Peace Gazette) and this medal. He retired to Epsom and died in 1945.

535326SJT. A. WHEELER.13-18 H.   £

Arthur Wheeler was born May 1891 and enlisted in the Royal Field Artillery July 1909.
Transferred to the 11th Hussars in November 1909. To “I.C.D.” June 1914. 12th Reserve Cavalry Regiment March 1916. 13th Hussars August 1917. Served in Mesopotamia April 1917 to April 1919. LSGC awarded 1928. Discharged July 1931. In 1939 he was a Commissionaire living in Mitcham, Surrey. Entitled to a WW1 pair.


India General Service Medal Burma 1887-89 1210 Pte J.J. Fitzpatrick 1st Bn Ches. R.    £  

Engraved italic script. Jophn Joseph Fitzpatrick was born in Liverpool in 1866 and enlisted into the Cheshire Regiment October 1884. Served in Egypt 1886-7; Burma 1887-92; UK April 1892. Discharged October 1896. His only medal. Confirmed on service record and medal roll.

India General Service Medal Chin-Lushai 1889-90 1664 Pte C. Mc Intyre 1st Bn K.O.Sco.Bor.    £  

Engraved italic script. Colin McIntyre was born 1866 in Edinburgh and enlisted into the King's own Scottish Borderers August 1885. Served in Gibraltar February 1886; to East Indies November 1886; Burma November 1889; UK February 1891. Awarded the medal for the Chin Lushai Expedition, confirmed on service record and medal roll. Discharged August 1897.

India General Service Medal Waziristan 1919-21 SGT. W.G. MORRIS, S&T.C.    £    

William George Morris. Handwritten note states: “Born London. Served 21st Bn Beds & H. No. 24284.” There is a 24284 Pte W. Morris served with the Bedfordshire Regiment (1914/15 Star trio). Married Maud Staines in Delhi March 1919.
Joined Supply and Transport Corps May 1920 at Tandola. Acting Sergeant May 1920.
Staff Sergeant April 1922. Discharged March 1924.

Queen's South Africa Medal Cape Colony  3633 Pte. R. JOHNSON. 18/Hrs.    

Army Long Service Good Conduct Medal (EdVII) 3633 PTE. R. JOHNSON. 18/HRS.

Although both medals named Johnson, his service record shows Johnston.

Robert Johns(t)on was born in Dublin and enlisted into the 18th Hussars in 1890, aged 18. Served in India 1892-98. South Africa 1898 to May 1900. LSGC awarded July 1908. On 15 August 1914 posted to 11th Reserve Cavalry Regiment. To 5th R.C.R. February 1917. Discharged 4 May 1917. Home service only.
Pair: £


1914 Star
3125 PTE. R. PARSONS. 11 HRS.
Victory Medal 3125 A.CPL. R. PARSONS. 13 HRS.

Reginald Parsons enlisted into the 11th
Hussars October 1906. To India September 1908. To the 13th Hussars September 1909. To France 19 November 1914 (attached Signal Squadron, 2nd Indian Cavalry Division). Posted 11th Hussars June 1916. Transferred to the Royal Engineers (3rd Field Survey Company). Discharged July 1919.
Pair: £  


British War Medal
5811 PTE. C.F. PLUMERIDGE. 13-HRS.    £ 

Charles Frederick Plumeridge was born 1887 in London and went to France 11 December 1914 with the 13th
Hussars. Later transferred to the 10th Hussars. Discharged 21 February 1919. Entitled to 1914/15 trio and Silver War Badge.
The National Roll of the Great War states: “Plumeridge, C.F. Corporal, 11th, 13th and 10th Hussars. Volunteered August 1914, took part in the battles of the Somme, Neuve Chapelle, Armentieres, Amiens, Ypres and Vimy Ridge. He was severely gassed twice, wounded at Arras and Albert, and buried alive through a shell explosion at Guillemont. He was discharged February 1919.

British War Medal 80171 PTE. C.C. BOWLEY. 13-HRS.  £ 

Cecil Clement Bowley was born in 1897. Served with the 13th
Hussars, later transferred to the Seaforths. Discharged March 1921. In 1939 he was a postman living in St. Pancras, London. He died in 1974.