THE FIRST WORLD WAR

* An asterisk denotes that Medal Index Card details are supplied

SINGLE BRITISH WAR MEDALS 

J.01 Lieutenant F.W. Foulger *
With photocopied Service Papers
Frank William Foulger was born at Wimbledon, London in October 1886 and enlisted (RAMC TF) in December 1914. He was posted to Egypt in June 1915 and served with the 28th Sanitary Section in Alexandria & Imbros before being appointed Chief Clerk to the DDMS, No. 3 Section, Egyptian Expeditionary Force, in February 1916, with the rank of A/Staff Sergeant. He was commissioned Second Lieutenant (ASC) on the 20th January 1917 and promoted Lieutenant on the 20th July 1918. He remained in Egypt until returning to the UK in November 1919 and was demobilised the following month.










GVF 45.00
J.02 26051 Sjt. M.C. Tubbs, Royal Irish Fusiliers *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair.
                                  
A few edge nicks and one scratch to the rim, otherwise


toned GVF 40.00
J.03 4752 Pte. G. Wilkinson, Cheshire Regiment *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and service with the Labour Corps (515267).
                                                                    
A couple of edge 'digs' otherwise



toned GVF 35.00
J.04 203910 Pte. G.W. Butcher, Devonshire Regiment *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair. 

GVF 30.00
J.05 40583 Pte. R. Pearce, East Yorkshire Regiment *
The MIC shows entitlement to a British War Medal & Victory Medal pair and that he also served with the Royal Engineers (230855). 


toned NEF 25.00
J.06 C/6981 Pte. W.A. Walley, King's Royal Rifle Corps
William Walley, a clerk from Burton on Trent. enlisted into the 18th Battalion on the 24th August 1915. He served with the BEF in France from the 2nd May 1916, suffering a gunshot wound to the left arm on the 11th October 1916, which led to him being evacuated back to the UK. He re-joined the BEF on the 4th January 1917, being posted to the 11th Battalion. He was reported missing in action on the 30th November 1917 during the Battle of Cambrai; he was later confirmed as a Prisoner of War at Limburg Camp in Hesse. He was interned in Switzerland on the 30th August 1918, indicating that he may have been wounded when captured. He returned to the UK on the 6th December 1918, when he was admitted to hospital. He was discharged on the 6th March 1919 as a result of wounds received, and was awarded Silver War Badge #B.234847. William Walley was born in 1897 and died in 1958.













NEF 50.00

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