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museumtom

Here is a list of the names on my

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auchonvillerssomme

how did you search for him on MIC. i searched on just service number.

Mick

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markacable
how did you search for him on MIC. i searched on just service number.

Mick

Tried that, didn't return any results.

Also when I tried W Stone with artillery as the keyword, it gave me loads of hits - but not him.

It must be a conspiracy...

Thanks again

Mark

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chaz

bringing this back to the pile.

3 modest trios to Wilts Regt.

Pte B J Noyes

Pte A E Bailey

Pte A Faulkner

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James Blonde

I also have the following British Medals in my collection:

British War Medal: 91340 DVR.J. MURRAY R. A. found at a Collectors meeting in Brasov, Central Romania.

British War Medal and Victory Medal to: 838 CPL. L. W. MARTIN. R. E.

given to me by my twin as a wedding present in 2003, obtained at a car boot sale near Norwood, London.

Victory Medal: 23596. CPL. G. S. VINCENT, YORKS. L. I. obtained in Dublin on a visit to a medal dealer.

Victory Medal: PTE. J. J. HAYNES. S.A.M.C. online swop from South Africa.

British War Medal: M2-055307 PTE. H. CROUCHER. A. S .C. Ebay purchase.

Connaught Stranger :D

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museumtom

Thanks guys, keep it up.

Regards.

Tom

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Matt Dixon

Lance Cpl WEG Thompson, 9th Lancers, Mons Star Trio

Sgt Arthur Thompson, QOOH Mons Star Trio, Croix de Guerre, Territorial Efficiency Medal

Private WH Kew, Wiltshire Regt, Trio

Private H G Woofinden, AVC, BWM VM

Private C Blakey, AVC, Trio

Private H Dobbs, AVC, BWM

Captain C McGregor, AVC, MC and Trio

Sgt T Thorneycroft, AVC, BWM VM

Private S Harper, AVC, VM

Private L P Taylor, AVC, VM

Private D Dixon, AVC, BWM VM

Sepoy S S Shah, 109 Punjabi's 14-15 Star

Private J Blakeman, Royal Warks, BWM

Private H Bentley, DCLI, VM

Lance Cpl G H Denman, Royal Artillery, Trio

William Banfield: Death Plaque

Archibald Potter: Death Plaque

Harold Llewellyn Dixon: Death Plaque

Thomas Sharpe: Death Plaque

George Frederick Johnson: Death Plaque

Harold Percy Dixon: Death Plaque

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bruce

I'd love to be able to contibute to this thread..if I had anything to list.

It makes fascinating reading, and maybe, just maybe, a name will leap out at me.......

Bruce

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stevenjd

Hi here are some more for you

Mostyn T

Earle F

Mertlew P

Museum Tom where is your museum? I am visiting my Folks in Tipp in a couple of weeks.

Steve D

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findabetterole

I've only just caught this thread, and it's great to see that there are so many of you out there willing to list your medal or whatever recipiants. Congratulations Tom on starting the ball rolling.

I gave up collecting medals years ago, but if I were still in the running, my listing would be here also.

Well done all concerned.

Per Mare, Per Terram.

Seph :D

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museumtom

Many thanks for all the listings guys and gals.

The museum hardy opens now as I have taken all my items out. It is still the famine and war Museum in St Marys Church in Thurles. My connection with it has now broken. I have to admit due to bad health my interest in collecting has dimished and I intend to off load my collection on Saturday at the fair in the Teachers Club 36 Parnell Square in Dublin from 11am. This will mean that the names I have listed in these threads will no longer be available.

Such is life, my priorities are different now.

Regards.

Tom.

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findabetterole
Many thanks for all the listings guys and gals.

The museum hardy opens now as I have taken all my items out. It is still the famine and war Museum in St Marys Church in Thurles. My connection with it has now broken. I have to admit due to bad health my interest in collecting has dimished and I intend to off load my collection on Saturday at the fair in the Teachers Club 36 Parnell Square in Dublin from 11am. This will mean that the names I have listed in these threads will no longer be available.

Such is life, my priorities are different now.

Regards.

Tom.

Sorry to hear that Tom. I hope your items find good homes and that your circomstances improve very quickly.

Good Luck!

Per Mare, Per Terram.

Seph :D

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stevenjd
Many thanks for all the listings guys and gals.

The museum hardy opens now as I have taken all my items out. It is still the famine and war Museum in St Marys Church in Thurles. My connection with it has now broken. I have to admit due to bad health my interest in collecting has dimished and I intend to off load my collection on Saturday at the fair in the Teachers Club 36 Parnell Square in Dublin from 11am. This will mean that the names I have listed in these threads will no longer be available.

Such is life, my priorities are different now.

Regards.

Tom.

Such a pity, I would have liked to see it, I found an interesting Tipp website recently whilst searching for details of a relative killed in france. http://homepage.eircom.net/~tipperaryfame/index.html There was talk of a museum being started with reference to the old barracks, but I'm not to sure how far they got.

Regards

Steve

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KevinEndon

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

Kevin

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mtrpltpara

A couple more.......

Wilfred Wilkins 19937 7th Border Regt. Killed in Action 23/4/17. Have his Star.

Fred Ness 12/127 12th E. Yorkshire Regt. (Hull Sportsmen). Killed in Action 13/11/16. Have his Plaque.

Regards,

Bill

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KevinEndon

come on pals keep it going

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museumtom

Gurl D.

Regards.

Tom.

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susanhemmings

PIPER, Charles E - Queens

PIPER, Charles E

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SFayers

A recent addition:

Fred STEBBEDS, 1/5th & 9th Suffolk Regt. (1914/15 Star Trio)

cheers

Steve

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museumtom

Great stuff Lads and Lassies.

Keep it up.

Regards.

Tom.

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chaz

two trio's to note both 14-15 Pte AP Foyle Wilts regt and Pte F Cumberland ASC.

also taken delivery today of a SWB to a Pte James Rowe ASC

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Black Watch

Death Plaque - William Dick Brown 4th Black Watch

Neil

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Dogflud

My post was hopelessly out of date so I've removed it.

Cheers,

Nigel

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museumtom

Well done all.

Regards.

Tom.

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chaz

still cant get out of the buying habit!!

todays.. pte/cpl Litster ASC 1914 star trio

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