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museumtom

Here is a list of the names on my

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museumtom

The complete list of existing awards to men, be it a certificate, medal plaque etc held by myself and other forum members are on page 14 of this topic. The entire list is managed by the tireless efforts of Kevinaka1888. The list got a bit corrupted when guys posted awards and then deleted their post so the original reference is lost. It has now been brought up to date again by Kevin. If you decide to delete your posting please let Kevin know so he can update the list and keep it current.

Remember this is not a wants topic, there is nothing offered for sale here. This list contains awards, medals etc to ww1 personnel held at the time of posting by forum pals who should be applauded for doing so. I had asked some medal dealers to add their list, they talked the talk but did not walk the walk. If you wish to contact anyone regarding the items in their possession and come to some arrangement then the best of luck to you.

I will say it again, there is nothing for sale here.

Finally a big thank you to the tireless efforts of Kevin for keeping it all listed in alphabetical order.

The complete list is on page 14.

Regards.

Tom, and Kevin.

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shaymen

Nice idea Tom

Plenty out there looking for a family medal -

Here's my little list -

AH PARR *

L GREEN *

JT KITCHEN *

E STOCK *

W MARSH *

E NORMAN *

T B STARK *

TL REED *

AE FRY *

C TOLMAN *

GW SCHOFIELD *

AN GILES *

GH TUPLIN *

AV FIELD

AVE HUTCHINS *

FJ GURLING

AW EAGLAND

R HILL

* Denotes Casualty

If anyone has a GENUINE family interest in any of the above I would be more than happy to part with the medal.

Not really a collector anymore - had all these a few years.

Glyn

PLEASE NOTE I NO LONGER HAVE ANY OF THE ABOVE MEDALS

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Sgt_Hazell_Great_Grandson

Nice thought chaps, well done.

Roland. :)

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Barry Williams

Great idea, thanks

Barry

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museumtom

Come on guys and Gals, you dont have to say if its a death plaque, medal, set of medals or wound badge. You dont have to give any rank , number or unit, just the names on the items in your collection. You dont even need to give the first name just the initial/s if you wish.

By putting your list on here does not mean they are for sale or trade. It does not mean you dont want them or that you are looking for someone to make an offer. It just means that an award physically exists with a forum member.

This is a good thing and I would not suggest the idea anywhere else except on this forum. In the spirit of comraderie.

Regards.

Tom.

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KevinEndon

Georghios Demetriou Macedonian Mule Corps

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museumtom

Excellent, much appreciated.

Now then who's next?

Tom.

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museumtom

Hurrell, G.N.

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lionboxer

J.ROWE

J.HEMSLEY

F.LUTKIN

H.ALLUM

All family connections. Looking out for others.

Lionboxer

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museumtom

Macrae medals from my list have been traded (to a Macrae) for;

Campbell. S.

Anyone else care to join in?

Regards.

Tom.

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museumtom

Feck ....I said they were medals, sorry I did not mean that.

If you would like to participate you dont have to say rank unit number age whether he survived or not. You need not even say if it is a medal death plaque, swb, or anything else. Just give the sirname and the first initial.

Regards.

Tom.

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Stuart Lawton

H Lawton

J Lawton

HJ Gough

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museumtom

Two news ones.

Campbell S.

Turner, Joseph.

Anyone else like to add some of their collection?

Regards.

Tom.

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Sgt_Hazell_Great_Grandson

This thread will , i am sure , gather pace as more and more collectors will be happy to let forum members know if they have their family medals in their collections.

Three cheers for the collectors who have listed so far.

Roland. :)

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ypres1418

Joseph Kitchin

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mwsmith

Thomas William Smith 6590 2KRRC.

Mike

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Macthomas

Hi,

Well done to all of you that have listed the names on your Medals, Plaques, SWB, etc. I think this is an excellent idea.

Even if you are not considering selling the item. At least people looking for items named to these people will be able to find them and end thier search and become obsessed with something else :lol: .

You could then make an agreement to inform them if and/or when you are ready to dispose of them.

Keep up the good work.

Ian

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Macthomas

Better do it myself since it is such a good idea.

R L Boyce

Ian

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nfh249

Frank Ward

Mark Jeeves

George Wiles

Bernard Walker

John Kirk

Percy Milner

Regards,

Neil.

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museumtom

My compliments to all the posters so far, keep up the good work.

One more I neglected to add last week.

Joseph Newton (served as Sumner).

Regards.

Tom.

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gporta

- 54535 SPR. G. Rhodes R.E.: 1914-14 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal

- 175242 SPR. F. Reynolds R.E.: British War Medal

- 85750 A. Sjt. A.E. Baker. R. A. : Victory Medal

- A Silver War Badge numbered 222866

- George H Stevens: Special Constabulary medal with a "The Great War 1914-18" bar

Gloria

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snavek

V. J. Clarke, War Medal, Victory Medal, Plaque.

Keith

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museumtom

Excellent postings all. Remember it is not really necessary to add if it is a medal, plaque, badge certificate etc. You need not even add rank, unit, number or full name just his sir name and initial.

Its really up to you.

Either way well done!!

Keep them coming.

Regards.

Tom.

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kaisersoffensive
Excellent postings all. Remember it is not really necessary to add if it is a medal, plaque, badge certificate etc. You need not even add rank, unit, number or full name just his sir name and initial.

Its really up to you.

Either way well done!!

Keep them coming.

Regards.

Tom.

Like most collectors I have incomplete groups so I thought that I would include a list on the outside chance that someone might know of the existence of any missing items.

Information will be respected with strict confidence.

Boer War

Have QSA to 2888 Pte J. Becker 1st Ryi Innis Fus missing his KSA.

QSA to 5132 Pte M. Dunne 1st ………….missing his I.G.S. clasp P.F 1897-98.

QSA to 4373 Pte F. Hanna missing his I.G.S. clasps P.F.1897-98,Tirah 1897-98.

QSA to 3931 Pte. P.Doherty “”” “””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””

QSA to 4020 Pte.T. Phoenix””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””””

QSA to 6132 Pte J. Flagg 1st Ryl Innis Fus. Missing KSA.

QSA to 3155 Pte W.Kyle and I.G.S. two clasps,missing his KSA.

I.G.S two clasps to 3904 L.Cpl C. Scott,missing QSA

Great War

12733 Pte James Valler 6th Bn Ryl Innis Fus. pair missing death plaque.

30573 Pte John King 6th Bn Ryl Innis Fus.. have pair missing death plaque.

41796 Pte Charles George Rigler 7th Bn Ryl Innis Fus.. have pair missing his death plaque.

19186 Pte Richard Hope 1st Bn 1918. have trio missing his death plaque.

41762 Pte Wilfred Jacks 1917 have pair missing his plaque.

40770 Pte Albert Walton 2nd Bn 1918 have pair missing plaque.

18691 Pte Alfred Wilkinson have pair but missing his plaque.

10375 Sjt R J Boyd 1st Bn DCM in my possession but unfortunately missing his trio.

Lt J McKeen formerly Irish Guards have his MC and pair but missing his Star.

Regards,

Bob Norman.

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susanhemmings

750 Pte C E Piper, The Queens

Very happy to list.

Susan.

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