Sutlej Medal  Sobraon reverse:               WM KNIGHT 9TH LANCERS
Punjab Medal  Chilianwala / Goojerat     W. KNIGHT, 9TH LANCERS.

William Knight was from Tunbridge, Kent and enlisted into the 12th Lancers in July 1838. He transferred to the 9th Lancers in April 1842 and served a total of 15 years, 10 of them being in India.
He served in the Gwalior Campaign at the Battle of Punniar (entitled to the Star); then at Sobraon during the Sutlej Campaign. He was present at the passage of the Chenab and the Battles of Chilianwala and Hooerat during the Punjab Camapign. He was discharged at Chatham in September 1852, aged 34. In 1871 he was working as a plasterer and living in Windsor, Berkshire. He died there in 1878.    (P.S.)

Pair: £1650

Private George William Pearce
Worcestershire Regiment
British War Medal   20233 PTE G.W. PEARCE. WORC. R.
Victory Medal       
  20233 PTE G.W. PEARCE. WORC. R.
William George Pearce was living in Buscot, Berkshire, and in March 1916 the North Wilts Herald reported: "The military representative appealed against an exemption until July 31st granted by the Local Tribunal in the case of William George Pearce (20), in the employ of Mr A.J. Bowles, of Buscot. It was decided that the man must present himself on May 8th." For some reason he enlisted as George William Pearce and joined the 1/8th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment. On 15th June 1918 the battalion took part in the Battle of Piave, in Italy, and he was killed. He is buried at Cavalletto Cemetery, Italy.
The family gravestone in St. Mary church, Buscot includes: "Also in memory of their son William George Pearce, killed in action June 15th 1918 aged 22 years." 
His sister married Henry Wheeler (group below).

Group of Three: SOLD

Saper Henrt Thomas Wheeler
Royal Engineers
1914/15 Star                 32468 SPR: H.T. WHEELER. R.E.
British War Medal             32468 SPR. H.T. WHEELER. R.E.
Victory Medal       
          32468 SPR. H.T. WHEELER. R.E.
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal    HENRY T. WHEELER.
Henry Thomas Wheeler was born in Buscot, Berkshire. In 1912 he married Edith Alice Pearce, sister of the above Willia, Pearcxe. He joined the Royal Engineers in December 1914, aged 31. His occupation was "engine driver". Went to France August 1915. He received "bullet wound through back of the neck" and a wound to the left thumb. After treatment he was sent to Malta June 1916 to January 1919. In 1921 he were living in Buscot with his wife and two sons. In 1939 he was living in Faringdon, with his wife.
Group of Three: 

India General Service Medal  Pegu   WM HALL. 51ST FOOT.      £320              
Medal confirmed on roll. He went to pension 1853, a few months after the Pegu campaign ended. He died in 1874.

Corporal Charles O'Connell
Manchester Regiment
India General Service Medal  Samana 1891   1905 CPL. DRUMMER O'CONNELL. 2ND MANCHESTER REGT.      £295                
Medal confirmed on roll. Charles Michael O'Connell was born in Manchester and enlisted April 1887, aged 18. Served in India from 1889 to 1895. He was discharged April 1899. Re-called May 1899. Entitled to Queen's South Africa Medal with 3 clasps. Discharged August 1903. Medal roll and service record does not state drummer.         (AF)

Corporal G. Cambridge
13th Hussars
Queen's Sudan Medal  CORPL: G. CAMBRIDGE. 13TH HUSSARS.     £145  
Engraved naming. Recipient not traced.

Private George Dark
Somerset Light Infantry
Queen's South Africa Medal   Cape Colony / Tugela Heights / Orange Free State / Relief of Ladysmith / Transvaal  5159 PTE. G. DARKE, SOMERSET: LT INF.    £160   (A.F.)
George Edward Darke was born in Bath and enlisted July 1898, aged 18. Served in South Africa December 1899 to April 1903, then India, where he was in 1914. Served in Mesopotamia
from August 1916 to February 1918; being wounded in the legs 25 January 1917. He was discharged July 1919. Entitled to King's South Africa Medal, British War and Victory Medals.

Private John William Castle
Yorkshre Regiment
British War Medal                                                                        9255 CPL. J.W. CASTLE. YORK. R.
India General Service Medal  Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919   9255 CPL. J.W. CASTLE. 1-YORK. R.
Copy papers. John William Castle was from Northallerton, Yorkshire and enlisted in April 1908. To India with the 1st Battalion January 1913.
The battalion spent the entire First World War in India. Both medals confirmed. Discharged January 1920.
Pair: £155 

Sapper Richard Reynold Beynon
Imerial Yeomanry and
Royal Engineers
(Postal Section)
Queen's South Africa Medal  Cape Colony/Orange Free State/Transvaal  22760 PTE R.R. BEYNON. 1ST COY IMP: YEO:
1914 Star
         27880 SAPR. R.R. BEYNON. R.E.
British War         
27880 SAPR. R.R. BEYNON. R.E.
Victory Medals
27880 SAPR. R.R. BEYNON. R.E.
Imperial Service Medal  RICHARD RAYMOND BEYNON.
Richard Raymond Beynon was born in Cardiff in 1880 and had served with 3rd Volunteer Battalion Welsh Regiment. Enlisted in February 1901, 1st Provisional Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry and states on his papers "Wishes to be posted to the Galmorgan Company." To South Africa March 1901. Contracted enteric fever at Tigers Kloof January 1902. Returned May 1902 on SS Montose. Discharged June 1902. In 1911 he joined the Post Office as a Postman and must have joined the Royal Engineers, Postal Section (Special Reserve). This was made up of 10 officers and 230 men, mostly G.P.O. employees. In October 1914 he went to France with the Royal Engineers, Postal Section .
Awarded the Imperial Service Medal 19 September 1939, "on retirement". Beynon, Richard Raymond. Assistant Superintendent, Post Office, Cardiff.
1939 he was living in Tewkesbury Street, Cardiff and was a retired
Accountant G.P.O. He died in January 1951.
Group of Three

1914/15 Star          84601 DVR. C. POTTER. R.F.A.
British War         
     84601 DVR. C. POTTER. R.A.
Victory Medals
 84601 DVR. C. POTTER. R.A.
Charles Potter enlisted September 1914, aged 22. served in France from 29 July 1915.
Group of Three: £65   (C.L.)

Private William Herbert High
Notts and Derbys Regiment
British War            6738 PTE. W.H. HIGH. NOTTS & DERBY R.
Victory Medals    
Mounted as worn. William Herbert High was a 31 year old school attendance officer from Ilford when he enlisted. Enlisted in December 1915. He was wounded GSW face (fractured jaw) and after recovery he was complusary transferred to the Royal Army Medical Corps 11 August 1918. He was discharged 21 November 1919. In 1939 he was a commercial traveller, living in West Ham.  He died in London 5 May 1962.
Pair and Plaque: £45

Private Albert Walter Long
King's Shropshire Light Infantry
British War Medal                                             20852 PTE. A.W. LONG. K.S.L.I.
Victory Medal                                                               20852 PTE. A.W. LONG. K.S.L.I.
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GV)   
Mounted as worn. Albert Walter Long served with the 5th Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry and then the 7th Battalion.
Group of Three: £50

Sergeant R. Alexander
British War Medal                                                                143360 A-CPL. R. ALEXANDER. R.E.
Victory Medal                                          
                        143360 A-CPL. R. ALEXANDER. R.E.
India General Service Medal  Afghanistan NWF 1919  143360 SGT. R. ALEXANDER, 2 Q.V.O. S & M.
Copy MIC for pair. 2nd Queen Victoria's Own Sappers and Miners, Indian Army.
Group of Three: £200 

 Gunner William Read
Royal Field Artillery
British War Medal                                                                123369 GNR. W. READ. R.F.A.
Victory Medal                                          
                       123369 GNR. W. READ. R.A.
India General Service Medal  Afghanistan NWF 1919  123369 GNR. W. READ. R.A.
William Read was from Walton-on-Thames, Surrey and enlisted March 1916, aged 24. Served in France from June 1916. Posted to India August 1917. Served in the Afghan War attached to HQ 7 Brigade, Royal Field Artillery. Copy service papers.
Discharged February 1920.
Group of Three: £125
British War Medal     2758 PTE. L. WARNER. R.FUS.
Victory Medal           
 2758 PTE. L. WARNER. R.FUS.
Leonard Warner went to France 30 August 1915 with the Royal Fusiliers. Later transferred to the Labour Corps and discharged June 1918 while serving with 677 Employment Company. Entitled to a Silver War Badge.
Pair: £40

British War Medal     
24950 PTE. W. UNITT. WORC. R.
Victory Medal           
 24950 PTE. W. UNITT. WORC. R.
William Unitt was born in 1889 in Redditch, Worcestershire and was a carpenter and joiner by trade. In 1911 he was living in St. Georges Road, Redditch. He served with the 14th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment and later transferred to the 19th Battalion Welsh Regiment.  

Pair: £45

British War Medal     26375 PTE. H. OSBORNE. WORC. R.
Victory Medal           
 26375 PTE. H. OSBORNE. WORC. R.
Harry Osborne served with the 14th Battalion Worcestershire Regiment.   

Pair: £45
Victory Medal              21363 PTE. C. REEDER. CHES.R. 
Memorial Plaque        CHARLES REEDER
Plaque is polished but name can be read.
Charles Reeder lived in Bretton, near Barnsley. Served with the 16th Battalion Cheshire Regiment. He died of wounds 21 March 1916 and was buried at Bethune Town Cemetery. Entitled to British War Medal.

Pair: £100
1914/15 Star  13070 PTE. R. BRIGGS. BORD.R.    £35  
MIC. Robert Briggs. Also served Royal Welch Fusiliers. From Durham. Awarded Silver War Badge for sickness.
British War Medal

218657 SPR. F. SRAWLEY. R.E.   £25
Frank Sprawley was from Birmingham and served with a Light Railway Operating Company. He died in 1959.

M-270943 CPL. N.K. LIVINGSTONE. A.S.C.    £25
Norman Karl Livingstone was from Balsall Heath, Birmingham and in 1911 was an ironmonger manager, aged 22. He died 25 April 1967. Entitled to Victory Medal. 
Victory Medal

6.3639 PTE. R. PHILLIPSON. NORTH'D FUS.    £15

2601 CPL. R. HARRIS. L'POOL R.                  £15
G-18257 PTE. G.P. GRIFFITHS. THE QUEEN'S R.  £20  MIC. George Phillips Griffiths served with 8th Bn Royal West Surreys and later transferred to R.A.S.C. Entitled to British War Medal
Volunteer Force Long Service Medal (Victorian)  Un-named as issued in first years  £50

Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medals

Regular Army (GV)

1855586 SGT. J. CONNELLY. R.SIGS.   £80
Robed bust medal (1930-36). His service number is a Royal Engineers number. Royal Signals was formed in 1920.