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VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)

VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6). WW1 William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross, Plaque & Medals (6) There are six items in this lot as listed below……… WILLIAM PERCIVAL WILSON 2Memorial Cross.. Engraved- 463546 PTE W. WILSON with original box 3Victory Medal… Engraved- 463546 A SJT W. 41914 1918 Medal. Engraved- Elizabeth Victoria Wilson – resident of Collingwood since 1913. PERSONAL INFORMATION Name: Wilson, William Percival Date of birth: 1882-05-13 Next of kin: Mrs Elizabeth Victoria Wilson, 5605 Kerr Rd. Marital status: unknown Date of death: 1916-09-26 Cause of death: died in war, unknown cause Buried: Vimy Memorial, Pas de Calais, France, N/A MILITARY INFORMATION Regimental number: 463646 Final Rank: Private (29th Battalion) Rank detail: Acting Sergeant, Army, Canadian Infantry (62nd Battalion). Private, Army, Canadian Infantry (29th Battalion). Enlistment method: volunteered Date enlisted: 1915-08-24 Location enlisted: Vernon, British Columbia Previous military experience: yes Degree of service: Europe Survived war: no. PLEASE DO NOT SEND US A MESSAGE STATING THIS, WE KNOW. All images are for the actual item being auctioned unless otherwise stated. Some mint products may have stock images. Item’s Condition- Please see photos for condition. If you have any concerns regarding an items condition please ask prior to purchasing the item. Our expert staff have over 40+ years experience in the business. Our grades are the opinion of our knowledgeable staff. These grades are for a reference base for our customers only and we have graded these coins to the best of our ability. Other graders opinions may differ from ours, as they would with many other professional dealers. If the coins are sent into a grading service they maybe be subject to a higher or lower grade than that of what we have advertised as that would be the opinion of the particular grader grading the coin/banknote and we are not responsible for individual opinions/standards of other graders or companies. We do stand by our grading and offer our grades as an honest opinion to the best of our professional ability. Mint Products- Some mint products may have stock images. Some products may be in original mint state/still sealed in mint packaging or shrink wrap as issued by the mint, however not all items will be. This will be noted in the description. Please do not message us requesting that we do. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “VIMY WW1 CDN William Percival Wilson 463646 Memorial Cross Plaque Medals (6)” is in sale since Thursday, September 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\Canada”. The seller is “vancouvercoin” and is located in vancouver. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States, United Kingdom.

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston

WW2 medal group issued to. J106851 J W F Caban AB HMS Drake. Served on HMS Heartease and Orlando in WW2. Deprived of 1 good conduct badge in 1942 for being absent from duty at sea. Jack William Freeman Caban was born in Brandon, Suffolk on 28 Nov 1906. He enlisted as a Devonport man on 28 November 1924. Awarded the LSGC in 1940 he was still serving in early 1947. Jack’s death was registered in Derby in the last quarter of 1984. He married Lilian Henshaw in Ilkeston Derbyshire in 1966. Group nicely mounted as worn. The item “WW2 medal group Royal Navy LSGC Jack William Freeman Caban Suffolk and Ilkeston” is in sale since Sunday, September 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “hawthornridge” and is located in Derbyshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Service: Navy
  • Modified Item: No
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Featured Refinements: Medal Group
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Country/ Organization: United Kingdom
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

US ARMY WW1 PURPLE HEART MEDAL GROUP – WILLIAM EARLY JONES 357 INFANTRY REGIMENT – SERVICE IN WORLD WAR 1 AND WORLD WAR 2. 1 TYPE 1 PURPLE HEART – CERAMIC HEART AND SPLIT PIN BROACH – NAMED W. JONES (WILLIAM EARLY JONES) NUMBER 2,240,714 – 357TH INFANTRY REGIMENT. 2 WW1 VICTORY MEDAL WITH 3 CLASPS – ORIGINAL BROACH AND RIBBON – BARS DEFENSIVE SECTOR; MEUSE-ARGONNE; ST MIHIEL. 3 AND 4 FRENCH CROIX DE GUERRE ORIGINAL RIBBONS. WITH WW1 AND WW2 DOG TAGS, WOUND STRIPES, WW1 BUTTONS. ELECTRONIC HISTORY OF 357TH INF REGT WILL BE SENT TO WINNER. Houston, Texas, (Physical Director, YMCA) 1930 Census 21 Houston Street, Alabama (Physical Director, YMCA) 1940 Census 1207 Milan Street, Orleans, Louisiana (Music Teacher) 1942 Draft RC 1207 Milan Street, New Orleans, Louisiana Joined No. 5 Sanitary Corps prior to enlistment Enlisted, Houston, Texas 3 Aug 1917 Ambulance Co. 36 3 Aug 1917 16 Oct 1917 Ambulance Co. 357 (Sanitary Train) 17 Oct 1917 6 May 1918 (Camp Travis, Texas) 357 Infantry Regt, Company M 7 May 1918 29 Dec 1918 Sailed from the US 20 June 1918 Arrived Liverpool 2 July 1918 Landed La Havre 5 July 1918 159 Infantry Regt, Casual Detachment 30 Dec 1918 23 Apr 1919 PFC 26 Sep 1917 Corporal 12 July 1918 Married Date unknown (after 1917) – Willie Ray Death 13 December 1977 Lincoln County, Mississippi Buried Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetery 1 Daughter Lynelle Jones 1923 1 Son Ray P Jones 1930. The item “US ARMY WW1 PURPLE HEART MEDAL GROUP WILLIAM EARLY JONES 357 INFANTRY REGIMENT” is in sale since Monday, April 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “pmsmedals” and is located in Caerphilly. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Country/ Organization: United States
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

Us Army Ww1 Purple Heart Medal Group William Early Jones 357 Infantry Regiment

US ARMY WW1 PURPLE HEART MEDAL GROUP – WILLIAM EARLY JONES 357 INFANTRY REGIMENT – SERVICE IN WORLD WAR 1 AND WORLD WAR 2. 1 TYPE 1 PURPLE HEART – CERAMIC HEART AND SPLIT PIN BROACH – NAMED W. JONES (WILLIAM EARLY JONES) NUMBER 2,240,714 – 357TH INFANTRY REGIMENT. 2 WW1 VICTORY MEDAL WITH 3 CLASPS – ORIGINAL BROACH AND RIBBON – BARS DEFENSIVE SECTOR; MEUSE-ARGONNE; ST MIHIEL. 3 AND 4 FRENCH CROIX DE GUERRE ORIGINAL RIBBONS. WITH WW1 AND WW2 DOG TAGS, WOUND STRIPES, WW1 BUTTONS. ELECTRONIC HISTORY OF 357TH INF REGT WILL BE SENT TO WINNER. Houston, Texas, (Physical Director, YMCA) 1930 Census 21 Houston Street, Alabama (Physical Director, YMCA) 1940 Census 1207 Milan Street, Orleans, Louisiana (Music Teacher) 1942 Draft RC 1207 Milan Street, New Orleans, Louisiana Joined No. 5 Sanitary Corps prior to enlistment Enlisted, Houston, Texas 3 Aug 1917 Ambulance Co. 36 3 Aug 1917 16 Oct 1917 Ambulance Co. 357 (Sanitary Train) 17 Oct 1917 6 May 1918 (Camp Travis, Texas) 357 Infantry Regt, Company M 7 May 1918 29 Dec 1918 Sailed from the US 20 June 1918 Arrived Liverpool 2 July 1918 Landed La Havre 5 July 1918 159 Infantry Regt, Casual Detachment 30 Dec 1918 23 Apr 1919 PFC 26 Sep 1917 Corporal 12 July 1918 Married Date unknown (after 1917) – Willie Ray Death 13 December 1977 Lincoln County, Mississippi Buried Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetery 1 Daughter Lynelle Jones 1923 1 Son Ray P Jones 1930. The item “US ARMY WW1 PURPLE HEART MEDAL GROUP WILLIAM EARLY JONES 357 INFANTRY REGIMENT” is in sale since Sunday, March 10, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “pmsmedals” and is located in Caerphilly. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Country/ Organization: United States
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Service: Army
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)

Raf Veteran William Clark Receives His World War II Medals From Chief Of The Air Staff

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh

Joined the navy, from what I can tell, after his Princeton Graduation in 1904, his father (Asher Carter Baker) was also in the Navy at this rank during WWI. He was the Great-Great Nephew of General William T. Sherman, descending directly through WT’s sister Mary Elizabeth Sherman and William James Reese… Hence his middle name of Sherman. His career is basically as follows: Great White Fleet USS Vermont, Lt. Commander in the Mexican Campaign, WWI Flag Secretary to Admiral Caperton USS Pittsburgh, 1918 US Navy Commissioner to Chile, 1919 US Navy aide to Brazilian president visiting the US, 1925-28 Lt. Governor and Naval Attache to the US Virgin Islands, 1930′s Staff of Admirals Schofield and Leigh. Letter of Commendation for Meritorious Service 1921 for being Supply Officer to the US Pacific Fleet. He obviously served up to almost WWII or was called out of retirement, as there are signs of his getting the American Defense Medal. LOT INCLUDES: US Navy version of the Mexican Service medal in matching numbered box with original ribbon bar, miniature medals with Mexican Service and WWI Victory with Patrol Bar, miniature ribbon bar for this last one, Numerous ribbon bars with these, as well as Silver Star on each WWI Victory ribbon for the 1921 citation, all mounted in the lid of the jewelry box shown. Also American Defense medal ribbon included in some. Brown leather belt and buckle, showing age, but not rotten, needing leather treatment or shoe polish, several gilt buckles and catches, as shown, misc. Naval buttons of the early style with right facing eagle. The small leather box with his initials on top houses most of this material, the lid of which is going to detach soon but is still held on, albeit by a small part of the leather hinge. Great White Fleet port visitation medals include: 1908 Australia gilt with enamel, small ring for attaching to something, size of a quarter. Japan enamel stick pin of unusually beautiful design, like silver WELCOME US NAVY AFA on back, small US and Japanese flags intertwined with collar holder, about 4 square overall. Enamel Japanese or Chinese stickpin badge with 1908 and mum, WELCOME in its design, enamel piece about size of a quarter to half dollar. Uruguay (I think) stick pin device missing the pin, no other info, 1.75 tall. Silver plated medal larger than a half dollar , in Spanish, dated July 1917 from Buenos Aires, with large flag and National colors ribbon in top and stick pin. Another July 1917 Buenos Aires medal IN ENGLISH with bronze finish and smaller ribbon setup in top. This is a super little lot, all of which came with his father’s stuff, which I have kept. Some notes I made while researching this man are included, and sloppy as they are, they might help with further research. See image and title for any info, and ask any questions you may have! The item “WWI WW1 USN Medal Lot Captain Cecil Sherman Baker NEPHEW OF William Tecumseh” is in sale since Wednesday, March 15, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW I (1914-18)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “notime” and is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Boer War & First World War Medal Group Essex Regiment Pte William Bunch

Original full sized Boer War pair and First World War 1914 Star Medal trio awarded to Private William Bunch who served during the Boer War with the 1st Battalion Essex Regiment and during the Great War with the Royal Army Medical Corps. He was discharged in 1916 having reached the end of his term of engagement. Index Card shows he was from Walthamsow, London. The Queen’s South Africa Medal with clasps for. King’s South Africa Medal with clasps. The 1914 Star British War & Victory Medal named to. All medals and clasps confirmed on the medal rolls. Please view photos for accurate condition. The item “BOER WAR & FIRST WORLD WAR MEDAL GROUP ESSEX REGIMENT PTE WILLIAM BUNCH” is in sale since Monday, November 14, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “madgingercat” and is located in Midlands. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Service: Army
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque

28033 Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment. Medals and Death plaque. Please take a look at our other items for sale. The item “WW1 Medals Private William Husselbee Royal Warwickshire Regiment Death Plaque” is in sale since Thursday, September 08, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “theringman2009″ and is located in Morpeth. This item can be shipped worldwide.

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps

GENUINE FULL SIZE MEDALS. NAMING ON MEDALS : 17932 PTE. WILLIAM SERVED WITH THE 2ND INNIS FUS IN FRANCE. HE LATER SERVED WITH THE RFC. PAPERS CAN BE EMAILED IF REQUIRED. The 7/8th Battalion, The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers was formed on the 23rd of August 1917 when the 7th Battalion amalgamated with 8th. They were in action in the Third Battles of Ypres. In 1918 they were in action on the Somme 1918 suffering very heavy casualties and on the 22nd April 1918 the battalion was reduced to cadre strength. On the 17th of June they transferred to 102nd Brigade, 34th Division then on the 26th to GHQ Troops. The battalion was re-established with men joining from 8th Battalion, Rifle Brigade and on the 3rd of July 1918 they joined 89th Brigade, 30th Division. They were in action during the Advance in Flanders and by the Armistice had crossed the River Scheldt with advanced units reaching the line between Ghoy and la Livarde, north west of Lessines. In January 1919 30th Division took up duty at the Base Ports of Dunkirk, Calais, Boulogne and Etaples and demobilisation began. 15th Apr 1918 One hundred men of the 7/8 Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers received a suspended court-martial on the same day. The battalion was being disbanded and they went on strike to prevent it. The high number of non Irish soldiers striking shows the camaraderie and respect these merged replacements had for a regiment they previously had no attachment to. The unusual event was remarkable in that the sentence normally punishable by death was suspended. They all went back to fight the following day. The item “WW1 Medal Trio William Ferguson Inniskilling Fusiliers Royal Flying Corps” is in sale since Friday, August 12, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “alanbriancooper” and is located in Bangor. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Era: 1914-1945
  • Conflict: World War I (1914-1918)
  • Service: Army
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued