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1914/15 Star                 42458. PTE.A.CPL. A.H. RODGERS. CHES.R.
British War Medal        

Victory Medal
             2.LIEUT. A.H. RODGERS.

Memorial Plaque

Copy research. Albert Henry Rodgers was born 1885 in Manchester. He was a Drapers shop assistant in 1911. He enlisted in the Cheshire Regiment and went to France 28 August 1915. He was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, 50th Battalion, Machine Gun Corps (Infantry). He was killed near Honnechy 17 October 1918, aged 34. Buried at Quieste Military Cemetery, Le Cateau. His widow lived in Ashton-on-Ribble, Preston.
Group of Four: £690

British War Medal                      34764 PTE. G. WARREN. WARWICK YEO.
Victory Medal
                      34764 PTE. G. WARREN. WARWICK YEO.

With box of issue. George Warren transferred to the Machine Gun Corps (165093).
Pair: £200

Military Medal                            8261 PTE. W. GREEN. 6/CO: M.G.C.

British War Medal                     26065 PTE. W. GREEN. R. INNIS. FUS.
Victory Medal                      26065 PTE. W. GREEN. R. INNIS. FUS.

Copy research. With original paperwork and photo. William Green was born in Gateshead, county Durham in 1895. He worked as a Fitter at a local company. In September 1915 he enlisted into the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers and went to France after 1915. He transferred to 6 Company Machine Gun Corps and was awarded the Military Medal in the London Gazette 21 October 1916. He ended the war serving with No.5 Mobile Work Shop, A.O.C.

He was presented a silver wrist watch engraved “Presented to Pte W. Green, M.M. M.G.C. By the Gateshead War Honours Recognition Committee 1919” and a 9ct gold pocket watch by the workers at Messr Clarke, Chapman & Co. Ltd, Gateshead. (pictures of both)
Group of Three: £950