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Name
Serial No. Unit No.
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J.MACKENZIE

J.MACKENZIE

Medal Type: WW1 - M.M + WW1 Trio

Service No: 265217
Unit No: 6

Corps/Service:

Country: United Kingdom
I am trying to trace the MM+Bar (Military Medal with Bar), WW1 Trio (1914-1915 Star, British War Medal + Victory Medal) and Croix de Guerre awarded to Serjeant John MacKenzie of 6th Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders. He was K.I.A. 25th of March, 1918 and the Commonwealth War Grave Commission (CWGC) records indicate that his name is recorded on the Arras Memorial. He was the son of Donald and Isabella MACKENZIE of Lochmoitah, Muir-of-Tarradale, Muir-of-Ord, Ross-Shire.
J.WALKER

J.WALKER

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 240413

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
Joseph Walker was my grandfather. He died in 1942 in unknown circumstances. I know from his service record/medal card that he was entitled to the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and the Victory Medal. If these war medals should ever show up, I would like to buy them. The service number given is his regimental number. (York and Lancaster Regiment). Any assistance that you can give my family to recover these war medals would be greatly appreciated.
A.A.DENNISON

A.A.DENNISON

Medal Type: WW2 - Australian Pair

Service No: VX89481
Unit No: 3

Corps/Service:
Armoured Corps

Country: Australia
Im looking for my grandfathers WWII service medals as they havent been seen since his death more than 20 years ago. His name was Alexander Alfred DENNISON and he was born on the 30th of April, 1918 at West Melbourne in Victoria. The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he served in the AMF (Australian Military Forces) with the service number or V23664. He then joined the AIF under the service number of NX89481. He served with the Signals, 3rd Australian Armoured Division. Any assistance in helping my family to recover these medals would be greatly appreciated.
E.J.GILLHAM

E.J.GILLHAM

Medal Type: WW1 - WW1 Trio + Croix De Guerre

Service No: 148194
Unit No: 104

Corps/Service:
Artillery

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for the First World War medals (1914-1915 Star, British Ward Medal & Victory Medal) of Gunner Sergeant Edward John GILLHAM of the Royal Artillery. His service number was 148194. An alternate number I have listed is 30167. There are likely to be other medals including a Croix de Guerre (Belgium) which is supported by the records held by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC). Edward's medals were sold by his son and now, I (his great granddaughter) am trying to get them back for the family. Any assistance in helping me to recover these medals would be appreciated.
C.A.FARRELL

C.A.FARRELL

Medal Type: WW1 - World War 1 Pair

Service No: 4113
Unit No: 48

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
Our family is searching for the First World War medals (British War Medal & Victory Medal) of Private Christopher Augustus FARRELL. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Adelaide aboard the RMS Mongolia on the 9th of March, 1916. Unfortunately, my family has never set eyes on Christopher's WW1 medals and we would desperately like them back. Can anyone help PLEASE?
J.J. MCKENZIE

J.J. MCKENZIE

Medal Type: WW1 - British War Medal

Service No: 3889
Unit No: 22

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
I'm not a relative of this brave young man but I very recently purchased his Victory medal on-line. Private John James McKENZIE was posted as missing in action during the closing stages of the Battle of Pozieres. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (C.W.G.C) records indicate that his date of death was on the 5th of August 1916. He was just 21. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Melbourne aboard HMAT Warilda on the 8th of February, 1916 as part of the 22nd Infantry Battalion, AIF. He was the son of Thomas Alexander McKENZIE and Elizabeth McKENZIE of Wonga, Foster in Victoria. I would like to re-unite his British War Medal and Memorial Plaque if possible.
E.H.TUCKER

E.H.TUCKER

Medal Type: WW1 - Territorial Force War Medal

Service No: 514271
Unit No: 570

Corps/Service:
Engineers

Country: United Kingdom
My great-grandfather, Ernest Henry TUCKER lived in Torquay, Devon and became a Sapper in the Royal Engineers, 2/1st Devon Company (Works) in February of 1914. This later became 570 Devon Army Troops Company R.E. He was a Lance Corporal in the Egyptian Expeditionary Force. He was demobilized in May 1919. He gained the British War Medal, the Victory Medal and the Territorial Force War Medal. I would love to reunite his 3 medals with the family once again.
D.TRAYNOR

D.TRAYNOR

Medal Type: Pre WW1 - South Africa Pair - Q.S.A + K.S.A

Unit No: Durban Light Infantry

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: South Africa
I am searching for the war service medals of Denis TRAYNOR who served with the Durban Light Infantry. He was awarded the QSA (Queen's South Africa Medal) and the KSA (King's South Africa Medal) Medals: South African/Boer War 1899 ,1900, 1901, 1902; Natal Native Rebellion 1906. Any assistance in helping me to recover these medals would be greatly appreciated.
A.D.TRAYNOR

A.D.TRAYNOR

Medal Type:
Service No: 576570(V)

Corps/Service:

Country: South Africa
I am searching for the Second World War medals of A.D. TRAYNOR from the Republic of South Africa. He was awarded the 1939-1945 STAR, AFRICA STAR, ITALY STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL, 1939-1945 WAR MEDAL and the 1939-1945 AFRICA SERVICE MEDAL. Any assistance in helping me to recover these medals would be greatly appreciated.
J.J.BEANEY

J.J.BEANEY

Medal Type: WW1 - Death Plaque a.k.a Memorial Plaque

Service No: 405691
Unit No: 19

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I would be grateful for any assistance in locating the Memorial Plaque for: Private James John BEANEY: Regimental Number 405691 Canadian Infantry (Central Ontario Regiment) He is mentioned on the C.W.G.C. (Commonwealth War Graves Commission) records. Born on the 10th of April 1891, Son of James John and Harriett Hannah BEANEY, of 1 Borden Lane, Sittingbourne, Kent. England. I don’t know when John first entered into service as it appears that his service papers were probably destroyed during the bombing raids on London in WW2. However, from research I have found that at some point he moved to Canada, and joined the Canadian Over Seas Expeditionary Force, 35th Battalion on the 6th of July 1915, and previous to this he had served for 3 years with the 4th Buffs, England. Interestingly, on the CEF 35th Battalion Nominal Roll his Regimental Number appears as 405191 He next shows up arriving back in England aboard the SS Metagama on the 25th of October 1915. On the 5th of January 1916 he is AWOL for a short period of time, while in Bramshot, England, and forfeits 8 days pay (Typical Beaney Behavior) if my relatives from this side of the family are to be believed, Poor Guy, Probably only went to visit his family. On the 1st of May 1916 he is transferred to the 19th Battalion at “West Sandling” Nr Folkstone, Kent, England; and it maybe here that his service number changed to the now known 405691. The last entry is on the 18th July 1916 where he is killed in action from multiple GSW, at what looks like Hill A of possibly D, it’s a job to tell from the handwriting. He is buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery, and also mentioned on the CWGC. As I have no prior information covering his British service, there is a 6 year gap in his service assuming he signed up when he was 18, it is therefore possible that he may have received some medals during this period. I would be most grateful if there is somebody out there that may have or know where at least his memorial plaque is and help me put it back with the family. As a last note, he always had his Sister named as the next of kin, Miss May Beaney, of the same address, but due to the fact the British Census records are limited to 1911 we are unable to find out what happened to her.
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