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T.01 Four: P/J.74110 F.C. Harvey, Able Seaman, Royal Navy
1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star, Italy Star and War Medal 1939-45
The medals are in the Royal Navy box of issue (Enfield, Middlesex address) with the original condolence slip.
Frederick Charles Harvey from Enfield, Middlesex, died on the 16th October 1947, aged 47, whilst on the strength of "HMS Howe". He is buried in Enfield (Lavender Hill) Cemetery. As his grave is maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, it must be assumed that his death was related to wartime service.
With CWGC details.

EF 90.00


T.02 Four: 6461206 Gunner T.R. Nicol, Royal Artillery
1939-45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal and War Medal 1939-45
The medals are in the paper packets and R.A. Records box of issue (Histon, Cambridgeshire address) with the original condolence slip.
Thomas Reah Nicol was born at West Hartlepool, but lived at Histon in Cambridgeshire. He died in France on the 10th April 1945, aged 31, whilst serving with 608 Regiment, Royal Artillery and is buried in Longuenesse Souvenir Cemetery, St. Omer.
With Army Roll of Honour, 1939-45 and CWGC details.


W.01 Documentation relating to Joseph Kenna, who served with Houlder Line
Including: National Union of Seamen membership booklet (dated 16th November 1953), Argentine Immigration document - with photograph & finger prints (dated 25th September 1954), National Service Acts Registration Card (dated 21st December 1954) and Vaccination Certificate
Born Liverpool 7th September 1936, would appear to have joined the Merchant Navy in 1953 and served as a Catering Boy on the Houlder Line steamer "SS Ovingdean Grange"
5 items, mostly in good condition

W.02 Documentation relating to Sheila Anne Fuller, a qualified nurse and midwife, who served in the Merchant Navy
Including: Qualification certificate of the Central Midwives Board (dated 30th November 1949), British Seaman's Identity Card, Merchant Navy Seaman's Record Book & Certificates of Discharge (R.643083) with photograph & National Union of Seamen membership booklet. There is also a large quantity of original photographs - mostly personal 'snaps' but some taken in hospitals. 
Born Winchester 10th June 1926, trained as a nurse at Battle Hospital, Reading 1944-47 and as a midwife at St. Mary's Hospital, Portsmouth 1948-50. She served as a stewardess on the "Carnarvon Castle" & "Manchester Castle" 1955-56. 
all documents in average/ good condition


W.03 A 19th Century, Royal Regiment of Artillery Account Book
Named to Gunner & Driver William Wakefield

William Wakefield from Wellington, Shropshire, enlisted (at Liverpool) on the 20th May 1886, aged 18. The 'Bounty for which enlisted' was 2.12s.0d - 2.9s.6d of which was deducted for 'Necessaries' - leaving him 2s.6d! 
A very interesting document, with some fascinating entries - both printed and hand-written. It is in remarkably good condition for a document of this age, and still has the original, outer parchment folder. 

W.04 Documentation relating to Wendy Catherine Alcock, who served with the Women's Royal Army Corps. 
Comprising: Regular Army Certificate of Service and "Notice Paper - Regular Army".
From Leicester, enlisted 18th February 1959 (W/401944), served 'Home' February - October 1959, with the BAOR October 1959 - October 1960 and 'Home' October 1960 until being discharged as 'medically unfit' in July 1961. 
both documents in good condition

W.05 Regular Army Certificate of Service
2315142 Signalman A. Elsey, Royal Corps of Signals 

Alfred Elsey: enlisted 19th July 1922, served 'Home'  until transferred to the Army Reserve on the 18th July 1928, discharged from the Reserve 18th July 1934. No medal entitlement.

 VGC 15.00