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J.MACINNES

J.MACINNES

M.M + WW1 Trio

Service No: S/16252

Unit No: 6th Cameron Highlanders

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
Hi Everyone. I'm here on a bit of a mission. My Uncle lived in the London region until he died. Unfortunately once we cleared the house we have not been able to locate my Grandfather's WW1 medals. We think unfortunately they might have been sold for one reason or another. My family is desperate to track these down and there is a reward for the location of them. They were last seen in a frame. There were three of them. The Military Medal, The 1914 Star and The Victory Medal. The Military Medal will have my Grandfather's name on it. These are incredibly important to us as he was the only one of his brothers to return from The Great War. He was part of the 6th Battalion of The Cameron Highlanders. His name was John MacInnes. If you have them or know of any leads I could try please DM me. As I said there is a reward and you will be compensated. I would like them to return to my father before he passes as he is very ill. Thank you for your time. Please share as much as you can. Any lead is helpful. PLEASE SEE OUR BLOG IN THE MEDALS GONE MISSING ARTICLES OF INTEREST!
J.F.L.FERRAMOSCA

J.F.L.FERRAMOSCA

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Corps/Service: Engineers

Country: South Africa
I am searching for the missing war service medals of my father. His name was Joseph Frederick Lorenzo FERRAMOSCA. He had three medals which went missing during a move. The missing war service medals consist of the Italy Star, the 1939-1945 War Medal and the 1939-1945 South Africa Service Medal. All three medals should have his name impressed (on the rear for the Italy Star and on the rim for both of the round medals). Any assistance in helping me to recover these missing war medals would be greatly appreciated.
J.L.HOPSON

J.L.HOPSON

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Service No: 415D

Unit No: 3

Corps/Service: Machine Gun Corps

Country: Australia
My family is searching for the collection of personal items relating to Private John Lloyd HOPSON, who tragically was killed in action during 1918 France, Villers-Bretonneux. Wanted: identity discs & cord, content of letters & notebooks. His personal items would likely have been sold during a deceased estate auction late 1950s into 1960s. (NOTE: Image is a file photo sample only and not the actual items sought which may appear differently).
T.ROGERS

T.ROGERS

1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 20640

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
My family is searching for the missing First World War medals posthumously awarded to Thomas ROGERS. He served with the Welsh Regiment. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission records confirm Thomas ROGERS was tragically killed in action on 30th July 1917.
W.McGUNNIGAL

W.McGUNNIGAL

British War Medal

Service No: 10625

Unit No: 12th Royal Scots

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
Medals Gone Missing has been contacted by a wonderful gentleman from Australia who wishes to return the British War Medal of Private William McGUNNIGAL to a direct "blood" descendant of this soldier who tragically was killed in action. MGM is currently verifying a number of leads in relation to this man.
SGT EL ROFE

SGT EL ROFE

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Unit No: London Irish Rifles

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the Victoria Jubilee head medal for Long Service in the Volunteer Force, awarded to Sergeant LE ROFE of the London Irish Rifles. This medal was awarded with a solid green ribbon and may possibly still be contained in the medal box in which it was issued.
F.T.PICTON-KING

F.T.PICTON-KING

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Corps/Service: Engineers

Country: United Kingdom
My father's medals have been missing since the late 1960's and were last known to be in a house in Scarborough, Western Australia. He was Captain F.T. PICTON-KING. Keen to recover these originals, reward for information leading to return.
J.KERRIGAN

J.KERRIGAN

1914-1915 Star

Service No: 1563

Unit No: 5

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
The First World War 1914-1915 Star posthumously awarded to Private James KERRIGAN of the 5th Battalion AIF has been located by a wonderful gentleman who is seeking descendants of this soldier. He is prepared to return this medal to a direct descendant under very strict proof of relationship. Please contact Medals Gone Missing via this website. Rank: Private Service No: 1563 Date of Death: Between 08/05/1915 and 12/05/1915 Age: 22 Regiment/Service: Australian Infantry, A.I.F. 5th Bn. Panel Reference: Panel 203 to 206 or 332. Memorial: HELLES MEMORIAL Additional Information: Son of James and Ellen Kerrigan. Native of Brunswick, Victoria, Australia.
E.SALIKIS

E.SALIKIS

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Service No: VX124290

Unit No: 4 Australian Guard Company

Corps/Service: Garrison Battalion/ Home Guard

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 02 April 2017
These medals were sold on ebay by an unknown seller. WW1 WW2 Australian group of 9 medals. Wounded 1916. 5/Bn. 3 Greek medals. WW1 trio correctly impressed 3545 Pte E Salikis 5 Bn AIF WW2 trio correctly named in small impressing VX124290 E Salikis Greek trio all unnamed. 3545 Pte Emaniol Salkis 5/Bn AIF Born Samos, Greece He became an Australian citizen on the day he enlisted. Enlisted 19/2/15 in Victoria His religion was 'Greek' Embarked 11/10/15 with the 11th reos 5/Bn WIA 24/9/16 (GSW face) RTA 8/4/17 He reenlisted in WW2 on 10/3/43 with number VX124290 Discharged 20/9/44 He was a Sgt in the 4th Australian Guard Comp.
F.KIRBY

F.KIRBY

U.K. Four - (Burma,Defence)

Service No: D/JX 238696

Unit No: HMS Cornwall

Corps/Service: Navy

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the family of Frank KIRBY who was killed during the Second World War. Able Seaman Frank KIRBY was a British sailor born in the United Kingdom and serving in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. He had survived the sinking of HMS Cornwall (200 miles South West of Ceylon) in April 1942 and there is no explanation as to how he came to be on board Kuttabul; other than the fact that Kuttabul was a depot ship where sailors often found themselves temporarily placed and in between postings. Frank KIRBY was 26 years of age at the time of his death. If you are related to Frank, there is an organisation in Australia which is called the Kuttabul Commemoration Project and they would like to make contact with you.
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