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museumtom

Here is a list of the names on my

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mutley

Latest addition:

RG Bowen Chief Skipper RNR

Mutley

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museumtom

Thanks Lads.

Regards.

Tom

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Macthomas

Andrews A.M.

Cheers,

Ian

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Terence Munson

Late entry - here's mine

Dadd G W

Munson R

Cheers Terry

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museumtom

Greta stuff guys and gals.

I heard back from three dealers from the Dublin fairs and basically they said lots of words but in the heel of the hunt I have no names from their items for sale to post.

However I will be at the fairs and will post whatever names of available awards they allow me on this page.

Regards.

Tom.

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mtrpltpara

some more.......

Hannah, J. Border Regiment

Bell, W.T. Nelson Battalion

Frew, R. Drake Battalion

Bill

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madraf

Plaques

H.W.W. Donaldson

William Farrell & his diary

Alexander Inglis

Gilbert Lewis Middleton

Harold John Wood

Victory

C.F. Horan

A. Park

J. Whyte

14/15 Star

W.J. Hutton

B W M

Robert Carson

And my Grandad's

W.V. Ashley

Victory, Mons Star.

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zephyr4

Medals.

13281 PTE. W. E. BEARD

13277 PTE. R . H. Beard

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museumtom

I understand it is very difficult for some people to get their head around the idea of adding the names they have on the awards in their posession. Its all in a good cause. Remember you do not need to say what the award is (that way it is easier to list a name). You need not even give the awardees forst name. You need not list his/her unit, number of any other information unless you want to and feel good about it. This is not a 'medals/plaques/awards for sale' posting. It does not mean the award is for sale nor does it mean the award is not for sale it just means that an award exists for a person who did their bit in ww1.

I admire and applaud everyone who has taken the step to list the awards in their posession on this page.

Thanks again and well done Guys and Gals.

Well done!!

P.S.;

I am still waiting for even one of the dealers from the Dublin fairs to list something. C'mon guys, break the mold. Ye are all very secretive, we only want the first initial and the second name.

Regards.

Tom

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charlie2

Here's a list of mine.

Atherley AE

Barton HR

Bookcock J

Bowe D

Broadbent Arthur

Bunker CL

Eccles H

Fletcher H

Gray G

Hackney A

Hammersley R

Healy George

Herring Robert George

Jones A

Kennedy M

Kenworthy JD

Kilburn J

Lamble RE

Laws J

Logan D

Mackinnion D

Maden F

Mannion J

McKay G

Miller T

Neill John

Noble H

Parkes J

Satchell J

Smith Albert

Taylor J

Varey A

Walker H

Wilkinson TA

Wrigley Frank

Charlie

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zephyr4

Medals.

3033 Pte F Middleton. LIEC.YEO

M-395850 Pte J L Bates. A.S.C

M2-034009 Pte A Edwards. A.S.C

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choice154

I have the following death plaques

Arthur William Ringer

Roland Edward Ringer from Norfolk

John Collen

Arthur James Collen from Exning Suffolk

Herbert Claud Hood

Frank Godrey Hood from Gt. Yarmouth

George Richard Wills

John Wills

Joseph William Shaw.

What a good idea to post these details. I would be interested to hear from proven family.

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museumtom

Good on you Denise.

Much appreciated.

Tom.

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KevinEndon

post 332 and 333 on page 14 has the whole thread in alphabetical order

Kevin

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museumtom

Good man Charlie!!

now one of my own to add to the list

Harry Hamley

Now then guys and gals, I went to the fair in Dublin today. There were very few ww1 medals for sale and no death plaques. I did not get any dealers to volunteer the names on their plaques/awards/certificates or medals for sale for this post. Perhaps that is the nature of the (dealers) beast.

I will keep trying.

Keep up the good work guys and gals and keep those names coming in.

Kind regards.

Tom.

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museumtom

Cooper Noah.

Wackford, H.J.

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Derek Robertson
I did not get any dealers to volunteer the names on their plaques/awards/certificates or medals for sale for this post. Perhaps that is the nature of the (dealers) beast.

Thanks for continuing to try with them Tom.

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museumtom

Thanks Derek.

My Motto

"Non eligitemus carbarundum"

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zephyr4

Medals.

1856 Pte Harry Roome Ches.R

35290 Pte Fred Roome Ches.R

4812 Pte Harry Plant L'Pool .R

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museumtom

Good man Zephyr4, you are becoming a regular.

regards.

Tom.

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zephyr4

If I want to add any more I will have to sell a few items,cash is running out. :(

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zephyr4

Death Plaque.

John Robert Simpson.

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museumtom

Burnell R, 1032338, dogtags, RAF ww2.

Sorry its not the correct war but it exists and his name is on them.

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museumtom

William Hughes.

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Donny Anderson

Some more for the list,

Gorden Highlanders

S/24133 - Pte John Bandeen BWM/VM

S/19004 - Pte James Anderson BWM/VM

Royal Naval Reserve

3886TS - Trimmer W.C. Duncan VM

7305DA - Deckhand F. Cross VM

Royal Navy

K28549 - STO. 1 W. Jones VM

Donny

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