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Missing War Medals of John Alfred TAYLOR – Royal West Kent Regiment
Tweet My Grandfather John Alfred Taylor was born in Woolwich Kent and a milkman by trade when he enlisted as a 19 year old with the Royal West Kent Regiment for general service on 7/9/1914. John was posted to the … Continue reading
HMS Cressy – Missing War Medals Sought – Stoker Percy BEVAN
Tweet The family of Stoker Percy BEVAN is searching for the missing First World War medals of their ancestor. His Royal Navy service number was S5103952. His great grandson, Mark MURRELL submitted the following plea for assistance. Hello my name … Continue reading
Are you related to Private John HENDERSON who served in the British Machine Gun Corps during World War 1?
Tweet Are you related to a British soldier named John HENDERSON who served in the British Army during the Great War? The man whose descendants we are looking for served in the Machine Gun Corps and Medals Gone Missing Chief … Continue reading
Waterloo Medal of James SPARKES is sought by family – Can you help?
Tweet Over the years, on many occasions we at Medals Gone Missing have heard ‘medal and militaria’ dealers remark “Well, the family did not want the medal and that is why they sold it to me”. However that is often … Continue reading
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Missing First World War Mercantile Marine Medal of Mahomed GAMA sought by family – Can you Help?
Tweet The descendants of a Merchant Navy Serviceman Mahomed GAMA are searching for his missing Mercantile Marine War Medal and British War Medal. Can you help? We know that the medals are ‘out there’ somewhere, as the First World War … Continue reading