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E.T.LEISHMAN
Gallipoli Historical Tours

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G.S.BELL

G.S.BELL

U.K. Pair

Service No: 548965

Unit No: S.M.7 Air Ministry

Corps/Service: Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: United Kingdom
Medals Gone Missing is searching for the direct descendants of George Stewart BELL who served with the Royal Air Force from 1938 to 1945. George was a member of the Boy Scout movement before the Second World War and joined the RAF soon after leaving cadets. He served at RAF Bassingbourn and this location is a former Royal Air Force station located in Cambridgeshire approximately 3 mi (5 km) north of Royston, Hertfordshire and 11 mi (18 km) south west of Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England. George Stewart BELL served as an instructor on Fraser Nash turrets and Boulton Paul Type 'F' turrets during the war. Any direct descendant is asked to contact Medals Gone Missing as his medals have been located in Australia.
H.BROWN

H.BROWN

Other Militaria

Service No: 3034

Unit No: 22

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Is this the real Private Harold BROWN who first enlisted into the 22nd Infantry Battalion of the AIF, then transferred to the 57th Infantry Battalion? Medals Gone Missing is searching for the direct descendants of Harold BROWN from Melbourne Victoria. Harold was an orchard worker and his father's name was Theo BROWN. Of interest, there are two photographs on the website of the Australian War Memorial; ONLY ONE of which could in fact be Harold BROWN. It appears that records generated by the original photographers, Darge Photographic Company do not clearly indicate which of the two diggers is actually Harold. Subsequently, MGM would like to make contact with the direct descendants of Harold BROWN so that this minor mystery can be solved.
H.BROWN

H.BROWN

Other Militaria

Service No: 3034

Unit No: 22

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Is this the real Private Harold BROWN who first enlisted into the 22nd Infantry Battalion of the AIF, then transferred to the 57th Infantry Battalion? Medals Gone Missing is searching for the direct descendants of Harold BROWN from Melbourne Victoria. Harold was an orchard worker and his father's name was Theo BROWN. Of interest, there are two photographs on the website of the Australian War Memorial; ONLY ONE of which could in fact be Harold BROWN. It appears that records generated by the original photographers, Darge Photographic Company do not clearly indicate which of the two diggers is actually Harold. Subsequently, MGM would like to make contact with the direct descendants of Harold BROWN so that this minor mystery can be solved.
V.GLEDHILL

V.GLEDHILL

Other Medals

Service No: 1592716

Unit No: 77

Corps/Service: Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: United Kingdom
My family is hoping to recover the missing Second World War medals of Victor GLEDHILL who served with the Royal Air Force. The medals consist of the 1939-1945 Star, France & Germany Star, 1939-1945 War Medal. These medals have been sold twice via online auction without our knowledge. They first sold in 1993 and sold again during November 2015. My family fully understands that these medals have been legitimately purchased and are now being well looked after by an unknown collector. However we sincerely plead with the person who currently has Victor's medals in their possession, to please consider selling them back to our family. We have no idea how they left our family in the first place and would very much appreciate your kindness in helping us to recover this important part of our family history.
R.H.DAVIS

R.H.DAVIS

Defence Medal

Service No: NX130219

Unit No: 52 battalion

Corps/Service: Army Service Corps

Country: Australia
My family is searching for the Defence Medal or any other medals or related militaria associated with Richard Henry DAVIS. His service number was NX130219 and the World War Two Nominal Roll records his details as follows:- Service Australian Army Service Number NX130219 (N162530) Date of Birth 7 Sep 1921 Place of Birth TEXAS, QLD Date of Enlistment 26 Oct 1942 Locality on Enlistment GLEN INNES, NSW Place of Enlistment RUTHERFORD, NSW Next of Kin DAVIS, LABIN Date of Discharge 4 Jan 1946 Rank Gunner Posting at Discharge 2/2 FIELD REGIMENT. Any assistance to locate his missing Defence Medal would be greatly appreciated.
H.J.SULLIVAN

H.J.SULLIVAN

Military Medal

Service No: WX4277

Unit No: 2/16

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
I would like to list details re a missing Military Medal awarded to my father in the Second World War. My family is in possession of his full Second World War entitlement, but his Military Medal is missing. His details via the World War Two Nominal Roll are as follows:- Harold James SULLIVAN, Service Australian Army Service Number WX4277 Date of Birth 21 Dec 1917 (as shown on World War Two Nominal Roll .... actual date of birth 22 December 1922) Place of Birth FREMANTLE, WA Date of Enlistment 15 Jun 1940 Locality on Enlistment KALGOORLIE, WA Place of Enlistment NORTHAM, WA Next of Kin SULLIVAN, ANNIE Date of Discharge 3 Dec 1945 Rank Lance Corporal Posting at Discharge 2/16 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION. I fully understand that a collector may be in possession of this medal and that they may not wish to part with it. However our family implores you to consider selling the missing medal back to us. It left our family without the knowledge and consent of his direct descendants and we would be extremely grateful for your compassion.
H.J.SULLIVAN

H.J.SULLIVAN

Australian Six

Service No: WX4277

Unit No: 2/16

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
I would like to list details re a missing Military Medal awarded to my father in the Second World War. My family is in possession of his full Second World War entitlement, however his Military Medal and is missing. His details via the World War Two Nominal Roll are as follows:- Harold James SULLIVAN, Service Australian Army Service Number WX4277 Date of Birth 21 Dec 1917 (as shown on the World War Two Nominal Roll, his true date of birth was 22nd December 1922) Place of Birth FREMANTLE, WA Date of Enlistment 15 Jun 1940 Locality on Enlistment KALGOORLIE, WA Place of Enlistment NORTHAM, WA Next of Kin SULLIVAN, ANNIE Date of Discharge 3 Dec 1945 Rank Lance Corporal Posting at Discharge 2/16 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION. I fully understand that a collector may be in possession of his missing Military Medal and that they may not wish to part with it. However our family implores you to consider selling the missing medal back to us so that we can reunite his full medal entitlement. The Military Medal left our family without the knowledge and consent of his direct descendants and we would be extremely grateful for your compassion.
P.A.SMITH

P.A.SMITH

Australian Five (Africa,Pacific,Def)

Service No: NX82624

Unit No: 2/17th Battalion

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Hi I'm looking for my grandfathers lost medals. His name is Patrick Adrian SMITH and the medals went missing some time after ANZAC Day 2011. Not only did he have the Australian 5 but also the front line service medal. All the medals were mounted onto a frame. Pictured are replica's that we had made. My family would be extremely grateful to have these medals returned.
P.K.KILLORAN

P.K.KILLORAN

Australian Pair

Service No: 453318

Unit No: EAHQ PP

Corps/Service: Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: Australia
My family is searching for any war service medals which may have been awarded to Patrick Kevin KILLORAN. The World War Two Nominal Roll records his details as follows:- Service Royal Australian Air Force Service Number 453318 Date of Birth 15 Aug 1926 Place of Birth INGHAM, QLD Date of Enlistment 29 Mar 1945 Locality on Enlistment Unknown Place of Enlistment BRISBANE, QLD Next of Kin KILLORAN, PATRICK Date of Discharge 3 Jul 1946 Rank Leading Aircraftman Posting at Discharge EAHQ PP
H.C.INKSON

H.C.INKSON

WW1 Trio + Croix De Guerre


Unit No: 51st Divisional Artillery

Corps/Service: Artillery

Country: United Kingdom
My family is searching for the missing World War 1 Trio + Croix De Guerre 1914-1918 with silver gilt star awarded to Lieutenant H.C. INKSON. Any assistance in helping my family to recover these missing medals would be greatly appreciated. I also fully understand that these medals may in fact be in the hands of a collector who is taking good care of them. We would be most grateful if you would consider making contact with us via the Medals Gone Missing website.
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