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This page displays all of the medals that have been listed as "missing" or recorded as being "wanted" by other registered users.

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Name
Serial No. Unit No.
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P.MCGUIRE

P.MCGUIRE

Medal Type: WW1 - First World War Victory Medal

Service No: 5604
Unit No: 19

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
I am looking for the missing war service medals of my great uncle. Both this Victory Medal and the British War Medal were awarded to my great uncle, Patrick McGUIRE for service during the Great War. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, 5604 Private Patrick McGUIRE boarded HMAT Euripides (A14) at Port Sydney on 9 September, 1916. At this time, Patrick McGUIRE was posted on strength of the 19th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. If you have either of these missing war medals in your collection please consider returning it to me please. I will pay the market value of the medal if you like
P.MCGUIRE

P.MCGUIRE

Medal Type: WW1 - British War Medal

Service No: 5604
Unit No: 19

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
I am looking for the missing war service medals of my great uncle. Both this British War Medal and the Victory Medal were awarded to my great uncle, Patrick McGUIRE for service during the Great War. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, 5604 Private Patrick McGUIRE boarded HMAT Euripides (A14) at Port Sydney on 9 September, 1916. At this time, Patrick McGUIRE was posted on strength of the 19th Infantry Battalion, Australian Imperial Force. If you have either of these missing war medals in your collection please consider returning it to me please. I will pay the market value of the medal if you like.
J.J.CADZOW

J.J.CADZOW

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 12452
Unit No: Highland Light Infantry

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the missing war medals of John Joseph CADZOW who was a member of the British Army during the Great War. As a result of his service, John Joseph CADZOW was awarded the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. John served as a private in the Highland Light Infantry and the Royal Defence Corps. He was wounded in France in 1916. With the Centenary of the First World War now here, my family would be very grateful to recover John's missing war medals.
G.R.WOOD

G.R.WOOD

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 13112
Unit No: 10

Corps/Service:
Medical Corps

Country: Australia
I am searching for the missing Great War medals of George Rignold WOOD who was born in Melbourne during 1893. He enlisted in Brisbane on 9/09/14 in Queensland's 9th Battalion AIF. Upon this first enlistment, he was allocated the service number 156. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, George Rignold WOOD departed Brisbane on 24 September, 1914 aboard HMAT OMRAH. The 9th Battalion, a part of the 3rd Brigade was formed in Queensland and hold the distinction of being the first ashore at Gallipoli as part of the covering force. George was wounded in the arm at Gallipoli on or around 1st May, 1915 suffering a gun shot wound. This required him to be returned to Australia and discharged from the AIF. Underterred, he re-enlisted into the Australian Imperial Force and was allocated the service number 13112. He sailed for France as part of the Australian Army Medical Corps (Sanitary Section) but was later attached to the 10 Australian Field Ambulance. George Rignold WOOD returned to Australia in May 1919. Sadly, he died in 1928. The missing First World War medals are believed to have been sold by relatives over 20 years ago. There may even be medals for his latter service number 13112. Also, it is likely that his 1914-1915 Star simply has G. WOOD instead of G.R. WOOD. So I have listings under both service numbers.
D.J.BRERETON

D.J.BRERETON

Medal Type: Post WW2 - General Service Medal 1962

Service No: 24370826
Unit No: 2

Corps/Service:
Armoured Corps

Country: United Kingdom
With Northern Ireland clasp. Served with 2nd Royal Tank Regt.in Germany, London and Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire.
J.DOWER

J.DOWER

Medal Type: WW1 - World War 1 Pair

Service No: 282706
Unit No: 90

Corps/Service:
Artillery

Country: United Kingdom
My grandfather, an Aberdonian serving with the 90th Siege Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery.
G.WOOD

G.WOOD

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 156
Unit No: 9th Battalion

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
I am searching for the missing Great War medals of George Rignold WOOD who was born in Melbourne during 1893. He enlisted in Brisbane on 9/09/14 in Queensland's 9th Battalion AIF. According to the First World War Embarkation Roll, George Rignold WOOD departed Brisbane on 24 September, 1914 aboard HMAT OMRAH. The 9th Battalion, a part of the 3rd Brigade was formed in Queensland and hold the distinction of being the first ashore at Gallipoli as part of the covering force. George was wounded in the arm at Gallipoli on or around 1st May, 1915 suffering a gun shot wound. This required him to be returned to Australia and discharged from the AIF. Underterred, he re-enlisted into the Australian Imperial Force and was allocated the service number 13112. He sailed for France as part of the Australian Army Medical Corps (Sanitary Section) but was later attached to the 10 Australian Field Ambulance. George Rignold WOOD returned to Australia in May 1919. Sadly, he died in 1928. The missing First World War medals are believed to have been sold by relatives over 20 years ago. There may even be medals for his latter service number 13112. Also, it is likely that his 1914-1915 Star simply has G. WOOD instead of G.R. WOOD. So I have listings under both service numbers.
R.JENNINGS

R.JENNINGS

Medal Type: WW1 - World War 1 Pair

Service No: 5726
Unit No: 2

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the missing First World War medals of R. JENNINGS who served with the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles from 1898 until discharged on 15/2/1916 due to wounds. Fought in Gallipoli.
R.JENNINGS

R.JENNINGS

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914 Mons Star

Service No: 5726
Unit No: 2

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the missing First World War Medal of R. JENNINGS. He served with the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles. Having served as a regular and then on the reserve list he was part of the 6th Expeditionary Force in 1914. His medal had a clasp attached for action seen at Gallipoli, he was one of the Old Contemtables. Discharged on 15/2/1916.
V.GLEDHILL

V.GLEDHILL

Medal Type:
Service No: 1592716
Unit No: 77 Squadron

Corps/Service:
Air Force/Flying Corps

Country: United Kingdom
My family is searching for the missing war medals of our relative, Sergeant (Flight Engineer) Victor GLEDHILL. His service number was 1592716 and he served with 77 Squadron, R.A.F.V.R. (Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve). Victor GLEDHILL was killed in action on 17 June 1944, aged 19. According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission records, he lies buried in Uden War Cemetery in the Netherlands (Holland). His war medals were sold on 20 October 1993 at DNW AUCTIONS. This auction house (Dix Noonan Webb) was at 16 Bolton St, Mayfair, London, W1J 8BQ and as British medals from the Second World War were not engraved by the government, it is clear that the medals were identifiable by other documentation which accompanied the medals. The missing medals comprise of the 1939-1945 Star, France and Germany Star and the 1939-1945 War Medal. They were sold together with the cardboard box of issue (which would have had the name of his father and address on the front) and condolence slip to his parents. Victor was the son of George Victor and Florence Gledhill, of Marsh, Huddersfield. We do not know how these missing war medals came to leave our family, but we would be very grateful if whoever purchased the medals would consider selling them back to us.
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