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E.T.LEISHMAN
Gallipoli Historical Tours

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A.C.CHAMBERS

A.C.CHAMBERS

1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 65

Unit No: 32

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 20 November 2016
First World War Australian medal/medals issued to Arthur Charles Chambers enlisted 21st July 1915 at the age of 21 yrs old. He was from Adelaide South Australia. Transferred Camel Corp 24-1-1916 and promoted L/Cpl. but was found guilty from allegedly shirking duty and reduced to ranks. Insubordinate conduct August 1916, Discharged 27-4-1917
J.I.PILKINGTON

J.I.PILKINGTON

1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 2067

Unit No: 14

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 20 November 2016
First World War Australian medal/medals issued to John Ignatius Pilkington enlisted 1st October 1914 and appears to have been discharged because of venereal disease but re-enlisted again on 10th March 1915 at the age of 29yrs old and was from Manchester England. He enlisted with 14bn. 5th reinforcements. Joined unit at Gallipoli 13-11-1915, from there went onto Belgium. Discharged 22-5-1919
H.B.THRUPP

H.B.THRUPP

1914-1915 Star

Service No: 2712

Unit No: 9

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 06 November 2016
First World War 1914-1915 Star correctly impressed 2712 Pte. H.B THRUPP. 9/BN. A.I.F. Harold Bertie Thrupp was born in Wingello New South Wales. He was a 24 year old Grazier from Surat Queensland when he enlisted in the A.I.F on the 24th of June 1915. Harold was T.O.S of the 9th Battalion on the 18th of November 1915 and arrived at Alexandria on the 4th of January 1916. He was admitted sick to Hospital on the 27th of January 1916 and invalid back to Australia in April and discharged medically unfit (Cardial). During WW2 Harold once again enlisted with the Australian Army, service number Q67087, however this service only spanned for a couple of months.
C.B.G.RICKS

C.B.G.RICKS

Other Militaria

Service No: 6151

Unit No: 27

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 06 November 2016
Remembrance card to Private Charles Bright Gladstone Ricks 27 Inf Bn killed in action 10 June 1918. Service Number: 6151 Rank: Private Roll title: 27 Infantry Battalion - 13 to 18 Reinforcements (June-December 1916) Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918 Date of embarkation: 6 November 1916 Place of embarkation: Adelaide Ship embarked on: HMAT Afric A19
J.J.BREBNER

J.J.BREBNER

1914-1915 Star

Service No: 888

Unit No: 12

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 06 November 2016
Australian 1914/15 star correctly named to Pte. J J Brebner 12/Bn. A.I.F Australian Imperial Force and was present at the Gallipoli landings 25th April 1915. Papers show wounded at ANZAC 27th April 1915
S.K.DENFORD

S.K.DENFORD

British War Medal

Service No: 3350

Unit No: 4

Corps/Service: Pioneers

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 06 November 2016
British War Medal awarded to 3350 Pte. S.K. Denford 4 PNR A.I.F.
S.JAMES

S.JAMES

U.K. Pair


Corps/Service: Country: United Kingdom
Date of sale: 07 November 2016
Second World War medals awarded to (or sent to as next of kin?) to Mr S. JAMES who resided at 11 Kingsbere Avenue, Wallisdown in Bournemouth (Hampshire). Spelling of the street name was blurred and may not be correct, but definately the first five letters are "Kings"and may in fact be "Kingsclare" or similar. If your ancestor had this surname and lived at this address or one with similar spelling, these medals may belong to your family. Medals sold on eBay by an unknown seller (to an unknown buyer).
H.W.CARTER

H.W.CARTER

World War 1 Pair

Service No: 833

Unit No: 2

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 20 November 2016
First World War medals awarded to Harold William CARTER. British War and Victory medal correctly impressed 833 Pte. H. W. CARTER 2/BN. A.I.F. Harold William Carter was born in Portsmouth England. At some stage he made his way to Australia and was working as a 21 year old Railway Porter when he enlisted in the A.I.F on the 17/08/1914. An original member of the 2nd Battalion he was allocated to H Company, having already previously served in the 6th Hampshire Infantry for two years. Harold would have landed at Gallipoli on the 25th as part of the second or third waves. Sometime between the 25th and the 30th he was wounded and evacuated to Alexandria on the 01/05/1915. He re-joined his unit at Gallipoli on the 22/06/1915, however was evacuated again on the 03/07/1915. He returned to Australia on the 19/01/1916 and was discharged medically unfit on the 01/09/1916.
J.McDONALD

J.McDONALD

Australian Five (Pacific,Defence)

Service No: VX18942

Unit No: 2/2

Corps/Service: Pioneers

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 21 November 2016
Second World War medals awarded to an Australian who sadly died as a Prisoner of War. Included in this group is death scroll, certificate for medals, 2 x newspaper cutouts and more. Please see below for more information. James McDonald died of Illness in 1943 while prisoner of war at 55 Kilo Camp, Burma. Name: MCDONALD, JAMES Service: Australian Army Service Number: VX18942 Date of Birth: 2 Nov 1915 Place of Birth: DROUIN, VIC Date of Enlistment: 29 May 1940 Locality on Enlistment: LONGWARRY, VIC Place of Enlistment: CAULFIELD, VIC Next of Kin: MCDONALD, JAMES Date of Death: 6 Oct 1943 Rank: Private Posting on Death: 2/2 Pioneer Battalion WW2 Honours and Gallantry: None for display Prisoner of War: Yes Roll of Honour: LONGWARRY VIC.
A.H.WILLIAMS

A.H.WILLIAMS

1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 2855

Unit No: 20

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Date of sale: 21 October 2016
First World War medals awarded to 2855 Pte. A.H. Williams 20BN A.I.F. Alfred Henry Williams enlisted with 20th BN on the 25-7-1915 at the age of 32yrs old and was from Petersham New South Wales. Discharged 8-9-1917. Died 27-10-1955.
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