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Campaign Groups and Pairs 336 Three: Lieutenant-Colonel J. C. Newbold, Royal Army Medical Corps


1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; War Medal 1939-45, with Army Council enclosure, in named card box of issue addressed to ‘Lt. Col. J. C. Newbold, M.B., BCh., F.R.C.A., L.R.C.P, M.R.C.O.G., 18 Newbridge Crescent, Tettenhall Road, Wolverhampton’, extremely fine


An interesting War Medal awarded to Private E. L. Cheeseman, M.B.E., Royal Army Service Corps, late South Wales Borderers, who died on 6 November 1940


War Medal 1939-45, with named Army Council enclosure, in card box of issue addressed to ‘Mrs. Cheeseman, The Retreat, Croft Way, High Street, Selsey, Sussex’, extremely fine (4)


£70-£90


John Clifford Newbold was born in Lincoln on 21 August 1911 and was educated at Bishop Stortford College and Trinity College, Cambridge, where he was awarded a Blue for swimming. He trained as an obstetrician and gynaecologist at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, and was appointed a Surgical Chief Assistant at Bart’s, working in general surgery, in 1940. After spells at Queen Charlotte’s and the Chelsea Hospital for Women, he was commissioned in the Royal Army Medical Corps and, holding the rank of Lieutenant- Colonel, commanded a FSU during the invasion of Normandy, before going right across France to the Rhine. He saw further military service in the Far East and in Jerusalem, before returning to England in 1947. Following his military service he resumed his civilian medical career, and served as consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist at Wolverhampton. He retired in 1976, and died on 22 September 1992.


Edward Leopold Cheeseman attested for the South Wales Borderers on 3 May 1915, and served with the 3rd Battalion during the Great War. He transferred to Class ‘P’ Army Reserve on account of wounds on 30 May 1917, and was discharged on 1 May 1918. In civilian life he served as Clerk to the Rt. Hon. Sir William Jowitt, K.C., M.P., Attorney General for England and Wales, and was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 1932 Birthday Honours’ List following Jowitt’s resignation (London Gazette 3 June 1932 Edward Leopold Cheeseman, Esq., Clerk to the Right Honourable Sir William Allen Jowitt, K.C., lately Attorney General). Following the outbreak of the Second World War Cheeseman enlisted as a Private in the Royal Army Service Corps, and died in service on 6 November 9140. He is buried in Chiswick New Cemetery, West London.


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Six: Major W. J. Newman, Corps of Military Police and Royal Artillery


1939-45 Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with M.I.D. oak leaf; Army L.S. & G.C., G.VI.R., 1st issue, Regular Army (6281384 W.O. Cl. 1. W. J. Newman. C.M.P.) very fine (6)


£100-£140 M.I.D. London Gazette 25 November 1943 (North Africa).


Walter Joseph Newman was born in Maidstone, Kent in April 1904. He enlisted in the Royal Garrison Artillery in October 1922, and advanced to Lance Corporal, Corps of Military Police prior to the Second War. Newman was commissioned in the Corps of Military Police, and advanced to Major in May 1954.


Sold with a quantity of original documentation, including: M.I.D. Certificate, dated 25 November 1943; portrait photograph of recipient in uniform; various Army Certificates of Education and St. John Ambulance Association Certificates; Royal Artillery Association Life Membership Certificate and various banking paperwork.


338


Three: Corporal A. E. Cross, Corps of Military Police, Late Norfolk Regiment


1939-45 Star; Africa Star, 1 clasp, 1st Army; Italy Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with named Under-Secretary of State for Defence (Army) enclosure, in card box of issue addressed to ‘Mrs N. N. Cross, 16 Centre Vale, Dersingham, Nr. Kings Lynn, Norfolk’, nearly extremely fine


Four: Private R. A. Harrison, Corps of Military Police, Late Northamptonshire Regiment 1939-45 Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, generally very fine or better (9) £50-£70


Albert Edward Cross served with the Royal Norfolk Regiment prior to transferring to the Corps of Military Police. He advanced to Lance Corporal, and was discharged in February 1946. Cross subsequently died between discharge and issuance of his Second War medals dispatch.


Russell Albert Harrison was born in Camberwell, London in July 1908. He attested for the Northamptonshire Regiment in October 1923, and subsequently served in China, Malta, Palestine, Egypt and with the B.E.F. in France, September 1939 - June 1940. Harrison transferred to the Corps of Military Police in January 1941, and served in North West Europe.


Sold with the following original documentation relating to R. A. Harrison: Regular Army Certificate of Service; (2) Army Certificates of Education; (2) Signaller’s Record Sheets and Regular Army Attestation Certificate.


339


Five: Sergeant J. Burke, Corps of Military Police


1939-45 Star; Pacific Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45; Efficiency Medal, G.VI.R., 1st issue, Territorial, with Second Award Bar (4114851 Sjt. J. Burke. C.M.P.) good very fine (5)


£70-£90


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