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Miscellaneous 595


5th Foot Reward of Merit for 14 Years’ Service (3), post-1805 type, obverse featuring St. George on horseback slaying a dragon, ‘Quo Fata Vocant’ above, exergue plain, reverse with ‘V Reward of 14 Years Military Merit’ within wreath, ‘March 10th 1767’ below, ref. Balmer R176, all unnamed, silver, two unmounted, the third with small steel clip, generally nearly extremely fine (3)


£80-£120 596


5th Northumberland Fusiliers Order of Merit (13), post-1836 type, obverse featuring St. George on horseback slaying a dragon, ‘Quo Fata Vocant’ above, exergue plain, reverse with ‘V Northumberland Fusiliers Merit’ within wreath, ‘March 10th 1767’ below, ref. Balmer R178, all unnamed, the medals struck variously in silver and bronze, and mounted from a variety of suspensions, generally nearly very fine and better (13)


£180-£220 597 Memorial Plaque (John Emye Thomas) nearly extremely fine £100-£140


John Emye Thomas, a native of Ruthin, Denbighshire, was born on 14 March 1894 and was commissioned temporary Flight Sub- Lieutenant in the Royal Naval Air Service on 19 May 1916. He served as a Ferry Pilot with the Royal Naval Division, and was killed whilst flying on 3 September 1917. He is buried under a C.W.G.C. Headstone in Rhewl Calvinistic Methodist Chapelyard, Denbighshire.


Sold with copied research. 598 Memorial Plaque (Henry John Trigg) very fine £60-£80


Henry John Trigg attested for the Royal Marine Light Infantry and served with the 1st Royal Marine Battalion during the Great War with both the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force and with the British Expeditionary Force- his service history with the Royal Naval Division states: ‘Draft for MEF 18.8.15, joined 1st RM Battalion 2.9.15 - 2.10.15 to Works Dept. Lancashire Landing, rejoined 1st RM Battalion 3.1.16 to 7.9.16 Discharged Dead.’


Trigg was killed in actin on the Western Front on 7 September 1916 when an enemy 5.9” shell fell amongst the 1st Royal Marine Battalion whilst they were coming out of the front line at around 9:00 a.m., killing a total of seven other ranks. He is buried in Tranchée de Mecknes Cemetery, Aix-Noulette, France.


599


Memorial Plaque (Daniel Rockall) a few minor spots of verdigris, good very fine M.M. London Gazette 24 January 1919.


£60-£80


Daniel Rockall was born in Gret Milton, Oxfordshire, and attested for the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry at Oxford. He served with them during the Great War in the Balkan theatre of War from 16 October 1915, before transferring to the Royal Munster Fusiliers, and was awarded the Military Medal whilst serving with the 6th Battalion, Royal Munsters, in Salonika. Proceeding with the 2nd Battalion to the Western Front, he was killed in action on 14 October 1918, and is buried in Maurois Communal Cemetery, France.


600 Memorial Plaque (Harold Bucknall) traces of adhesive to reverse, good very fine £60-£80


Harold Bucknall was born in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, and attested there for the Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment). He served with the 10th Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front from 14 July 1915, and was killed in action on 14 February 1916, aged 19. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.


601


Family Group: Memorial Plaque (2) (Bertie Charles Letch; Herbert William Letch) traces of verdigris to fist, very fine (2)


£80-£120


Bertie Charles Letch, a native of Shenley, Hertfordshire, attested for the Middlesex Regiment at Bedford. He served with the 4th Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front from 15 June 1915, and was killed in action on 2 July 1916. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Thiepval Memorial, France.


Herbert William Letch, the brother of the above, attested for the Manchester Regiment and served with the 2nd/9th Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front. He died of wounds on 27 March 1918, and is buried in St. Sever Cemetery Extension, Rouen, France.


Sold together with a Director of Graves Registration photograph of Herbert William Letch’s original grave, with wooden cross. 602 Canadian Memorial Cross, G.V.R. ‘41252 Bdr. W. L. C. Thomlinson’, very fine Sold with copied service papers. 603 Canadian Memorial Cross, G.V.R. ‘466316 Pte. H. W. K. Clay.’, good very fine £60-£80


Herbert William King Clay was born in England and having emigrated to Canada attested for the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force at Medicine Hat, Alberta, on 6 July 1915. He served with the 7th Battalion Canadian Infantry during the Great War on the Western Front, and was killed in action on the Somme on 9 September 1916. He is buried in Serre Road Cemetery No.2, France.


£60-£80


Walter L. Thomlinson was born in Ash, Kent, on 15 March 1894 and having emigrated to Canada attested for the Canadian Overseas Expeditionary Force on 25 September 1914. He served with the 2nd Brigade, Canadian Field Artillery during the Great War on the Western Front, and died of wounds on 25 April 1915. He is buried in Poperinghe Old Military Cemetery, Belgium.


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