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Serial No. Unit No.
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J.E.THIRD

J.E.THIRD

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

Service No: S/15042
Unit No: 5

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for my Great Uncle's First World War Medals which consist of the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. Also his Memorial Plaque, colloquially known as a Dead Man's Penny. His name was James Elder THIRD. My mother would dearly love to see them reunited with the family. He served in 'A' Company of the 5th Batallion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. I have also listed his missing war medals. Please contact if you can help.
J.E.THIRD

J.E.THIRD

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: S/15042
Unit No: 5

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I am searching for my Great Uncle's WW1 Medals which consist of the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal. Also his Memorial Plaque, colloquially known as a Dead Man's Penny. His name was James Elder THIRD. My mother would dearly love to see them reunited with the family. He served in 'A' Company of the 5th Batallion Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders. Please contact if you can help.
G.C.MANSER

G.C.MANSER

Medal Type: WW2 - Australian Five (Pacific,Defence)

Service No: NX54979
Unit No: 5

Corps/Service:
Provost Corps/Military Police

Country: Australia
Trying to trace medals sold of my family member, George Clarence MANSER who was born on the 9th June, 1916 at Black Swamp in New South Wales. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, he enlisted into the Second AIF (Australian Imperial Force) on the 18th November, 1941 and discharged on the 28th of March, 1946. His posting upon discharge was the 5 Division Provost Con. I am unsure of what medals he was awarded, so I have listed the 1939-1945 Star, Pacific Star, Defence Medal, 1939-1945 War Medal and the 1939-1945 Australia Service Medal.
W.E.HALL

W.E.HALL

Medal Type: WW1 - Anzac Medallion

Service No: 1362
Unit No: 1

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
I am searching for my grandfather's ANZAC Medallion, also known as the Gallipoli Medallion. It is engraved with his name, Walter E. HALL and his service number was 1362. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he sailed from Sydney aboard HMAT Seang Bee (A48) on the 11th February, 1915. At this time, he was serving with the 1st Infantry Battalion, AIF.
J.McDONALD

J.McDONALD

Medal Type: WW2 - Australian Four (Pacific)

Service No: NX20547
Unit No: 22

Corps/Service:
Army Service Corps

Country: Australia
I am searching for my late father's medal group which have not been seen since 1997. The medals were all framed and new. The missing medal set consist of the 1939-1945 Star, Pacific Star, 1939-1945 War Medal and the 1939-1945 Australia Service Medal. Dad, Jack McDonald was with the 2/19th Battalion and attached to the 22 Brigade H.Q. (Head Quarters). The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he discharged on the 4th November, 1942 and at this time he was serving with the 9 Australian Infantry Training Battalion. The medals were last seen in the Sydney area. We are also searchng for his father's Gallipoli Medallion which is engraved with his name, Walter E. HALL and his service number was 1362.
J.SULLIVAN

J.SULLIVAN

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 5137
Unit No: 3

Corps/Service:
Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: Australia
Name: PTE J. (Jack) SULLIVAN Service Number: 5137 Missing – Medals & Other Items issued by the Australian Defence Department:  WW1 – 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio  1914-18 Memorial (Death) Plaque  Illuminated Commemorative Scroll & Kings Message  Mother and Widow’s Badge/Ribbon (1 star attached)  Female Relatives Badge (to mother – number on rear unknown)  1967 ANZAC Commemorative Medallion (engraved & issued to then surviving sister) Corps/Service: 12th ASC Coy, 3LHB Train (Dvr) – Gallipoli ; 56th Aust (Infantry) Bn, – Somme Country: Australia 5137 PTE J. SULLIVAN – Born John Ormsby Sullivan, a New Zealander born in Dunedin in 1891. He enlisted in the AIF on 20 Oct 1914 simply as 5137 PTE J. (Jack) Sullivan, therefore any medals may be engraved as either: PTE J. SULLIVAN, or PTE J.O. SULLIVAN. He was KIA on the Somme on 9 Oct 1916, aged 24yrs and buried in Croix du Bac Cemetery, France. As the great-grandson and sole remaining direct descendant of PTE Sullivan (and a former serviceman of 37yrs myself), I am attempting to find his WW1 medal Trio (1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal), Memorial (Death) Plaque and/or any other associated badges, documents etc that were sent to his parents in Dunedin following his death. All items were issued by the Australian Defence Department. PTE Sullivan’s father (Mr John Sullivan Snr) was the last known custodian of his son’s posthumous awards These we believe were sold during the early 1930s in Dunedin, since at that point in time Mr Sullivan was in destitute circumstances. He died in 1933. Jack’s only surviving sister remained a spinster until her death in Christchurch in 1967 (she applied for and received her brother’s ANZAC Medallion issued in 1967 – its whereabouts is also unknown). I am PTE Sullivan’s only great-grandson via his only child, a daughter Thora, whom he left in Dunedin to enlist in the AIF in November 1914 at Broadmeadows Camp in Melbourne. I would be very appreciative of any help in tracing any of the items listed. To my knowledge there is also no known photograph of PTE Jack Sullivan, or his family. Please contact this site, or I. D. Martyn , Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND on idm@xtra.co.nz
J.SULLIVAN

J.SULLIVAN

Medal Type: WW1 - Anzac Medallion

Service No: 5137
Unit No: 3

Corps/Service:
Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: Australia
Name: PTE J. (Jack) SULLIVAN Service Number: 5137 Missing – Medals & Other Items issued by the Australian Defence Department:  WW1 – 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio  1914-18 Memorial (Death) Plaque  Illuminated Commemorative Scroll & Kings Message  Mother and Widow’s Badge/Ribbon (1 star attached)  Female Relatives Badge (to mother – number on rear unknown)  1967 ANZAC Commemorative Medallion (engraved & issued to then surviving sister) Corps/Service: 12th ASC Coy, 3LHB Train (Dvr) – Gallipoli ; 56th Aust (Infantry) Bn, – Somme Country: Australia 5137 PTE J. SULLIVAN – Born John Ormsby Sullivan, a New Zealander born in Dunedin in 1891. He enlisted in the AIF on 20 Oct 1914 simply as 5137 PTE J. (Jack) Sullivan, therefore any medals may be engraved as either: PTE J. SULLIVAN, or PTE J.O. SULLIVAN. He was KIA on the Somme on 9 Oct 1916, aged 24yrs and buried in Croix du Bac Cemetery, France. As the great-grandson and sole remaining direct descendant of PTE Sullivan (and a former serviceman of 37yrs myself), I am attempting to find his WW1 medal Trio (1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal), Memorial (Death) Plaque and/or any other associated badges, documents etc that were sent to his parents in Dunedin following his death. All items were issued by the Australian Defence Department. PTE Sullivan’s father (Mr John Sullivan Snr) was the last known custodian of his son’s posthumous awards These we believe were sold during the early 1930s in Dunedin, since at that point in time Mr Sullivan was in destitute circumstances. He died in 1933. Jack’s only surviving sister remained a spinster until her death in Christchurch in 1967 (she applied for and received her brother’s ANZAC Medallion issued in 1967 – its whereabouts is also unknown). I am PTE Sullivan’s only great-grandson via his only child, a daughter Thora, whom he left in Dunedin to enlist in the AIF in November 1914 at Broadmeadows Camp in Melbourne. I would be very appreciative of any help in tracing any of the items listed. To my knowledge there is also no known photograph of PTE Jack Sullivan, or his family. Please contact this site, or I. D. Martyn , Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND on idm@xtra.co.nz
J.SULLIVAN

J.SULLIVAN

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

Service No: 5137
Unit No: 56

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
Name: PTE J. (Jack) SULLIVAN Service Number: 5137 Missing – Medals & Other Items issued by the Australian Defence Department:  WW1 – 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio  1914-18 Memorial (Death) Plaque  Illuminated Commemorative Scroll & Kings Message  Mother and Widow’s Badge/Ribbon (1 star attached)  Female Relatives Badge (to mother – number on rear unknown)  1967 ANZAC Commemorative Medallion (engraved & issued to then surviving sister) Corps/Service: 12th ASC Coy, 3LHB Train (Dvr) – Gallipoli ; 56th Aust (Infantry) Bn, – Somme Country: Australia 5137 PTE J. SULLIVAN – Born John Ormsby Sullivan, a New Zealander born in Dunedin in 1891. He enlisted in the AIF on 20 Oct 1914 simply as 5137 PTE J. (Jack) Sullivan, therefore any medals may be engraved as either: PTE J. SULLIVAN, or PTE J.O. SULLIVAN. He was KIA on the Somme on 9 Oct 1916, aged 24yrs and buried in Croix du Bac Cemetery, France. As the great-grandson and sole remaining direct descendant of PTE Sullivan (and a former serviceman of 37yrs myself), I am attempting to find his WW1 medal Trio (1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal), Memorial (Death) Plaque and/or any other associated badges, documents etc that were sent to his parents in Dunedin following his death. All items were issued by the Australian Defence Department. PTE Sullivan’s father (Mr John Sullivan Snr) was the last known custodian of his son’s posthumous awards These we believe were sold during the early 1930s in Dunedin, since at that point in time Mr Sullivan was in destitute circumstances. He died in 1933. Jack’s only surviving sister remained a spinster until her death in Christchurch in 1967 (she applied for and received her brother’s ANZAC Medallion issued in 1967 – its whereabouts is also unknown). I am PTE Sullivan’s only great-grandson via his only child, a daughter Thora, whom he left in Dunedin to enlist in the AIF in November 1914 at Broadmeadows Camp in Melbourne. I would be very appreciative of any help in tracing any of the items listed. To my knowledge there is also no known photograph of PTE Jack Sullivan, or his family. Please contact this site, or I. D. Martyn , Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND on idm@xtra.co.nz
J.SULLIVAN

J.SULLIVAN

Medal Type: WW1 - 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 5137
Unit No: 56

Corps/Service:
Infantry

Country: Australia
Name: PTE J. (Jack) SULLIVAN Service Number: 5137 Missing – Medals & Other Items issued by the Australian Defence Department:  WW1 – 1914-1915 Star Medal Trio  1914-18 Memorial (Death) Plaque  Illuminated Commemorative Scroll & Kings Message  Mother and Widow’s Badge/Ribbon (1 star attached)  Female Relatives Badge (to mother – number on rear unknown)  1967 ANZAC Commemorative Medallion (engraved & issued to then surviving sister) Corps/Service: 12th ASC Coy, 3LHB Train (Dvr) – Gallipoli ; 56th Aust (Infantry) Bn, – Somme Country: Australia 5137 PTE J. SULLIVAN – Born John Ormsby Sullivan, a New Zealander born in Dunedin in 1891. He enlisted in the AIF on 20 Oct 1914 simply as 5137 PTE J. (Jack) Sullivan, therefore any medals may be engraved as either: PTE J. SULLIVAN, or PTE J.O. SULLIVAN. He was KIA on the Somme on 9 Oct 1916, aged 24yrs and buried in Croix du Bac Cemetery, France. As the great-grandson and sole remaining direct descendant of PTE Sullivan (and a former serviceman of 37yrs myself), I am attempting to find his WW1 medal Trio (1914-15 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal), Memorial (Death) Plaque and/or any other associated badges, documents etc that were sent to his parents in Dunedin following his death. All items were issued by the Australian Defence Department. PTE Sullivan’s father (Mr John Sullivan Snr) was the last known custodian of his son’s posthumous awards These we believe were sold during the early 1930s in Dunedin, since at that point in time Mr Sullivan was in destitute circumstances. He died in 1933. Jack’s only surviving sister remained a spinster until her death in Christchurch in 1967 (she applied for and received her brother’s ANZAC Medallion issued in 1967 – its whereabouts is also unknown). I am PTE Sullivan’s only great-grandson via his only child, a daughter Thora, whom he left in Dunedin to enlist in the AIF in November 1914 at Broadmeadows Camp in Melbourne. I would be very appreciative of any help in tracing any of the items listed. To my knowledge there is also no known photograph of PTE Jack Sullivan, or his family. Please contact this site, or I. D. Martyn , Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND on idm@xtra.co.nz
F.D.JEFFS

F.D.JEFFS

Medal Type: WW1 - Broken Set - 1914-1915 Star + Victory Medal

Service No: 240217

Corps/Service:
Army Service Corps

Country: United Kingdom
Searching for the First World War medals of my great-great grandfather, Frederick Donald JEFFS. These medals, awarded for service during the Great War consist of the Victory Medal and 1914-1915 Star. Frederick Donald Jeffs married Mary Elizabeth Flinders in 1916 and settled in Nottingham after the war. We believe the medal's were sold by a distant family member 20 years ago. Frederick served in the York and Lancaster Regiment, from 1915 onwards. Any assistance to recover these missing First World War medals for my family would be greatly appreciated.
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