Possible Stolen First World War Medals of Raymond Stanley MARRIOTT in possession of NSW Police
The First World War medals awarded to Raymond Stanley MARRIOTT are in the possession of NSW Police. The Great War trio consists of the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal.
The 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal, similar to those awarded to Raymond Stanley MARRIOTT who served in the 7 Field Company Engineers during the First World War.
The medals are impressed with his service details:- 5410 R.S. MARRIOTT 7 FCE
The Australian War Memorial ‘First World War Embarkation Roll’ states that he left Australia on board HMAT Hororata as a reinforcement to the 1st Divisional Ammunition Column. As indicated by the impression on his war service medals, he later transferred to the 7 Field Company Engineers.
Australian War Memorial First World War Embarkation Roll containing the details of Raymond Stanley MARRIOTT. Are you a descendant of this man?
As of this date (16 October 2018) , these medals are currently in possession of NSW Police. If these medals belong to your family or you are a direct descendant of Raymond Stanley MARRIOTT, please contact Medals Gone Missing via this website or telephone 044 969 2401 for further details.
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