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Campaign Groups and Pairs 235


Three: Sergeant G. S. Dawson, Coldstream Guards 1914-15 Star (14644 L.Cpl. G. S. Dawson. C.Gds:) in named card box of issue; British War and Victory Medals (14644 Sjt. G. S. Dawson. C.Gds.) in named card boxes of issue, extremely fine


The British War Medal awarded to Private B. Smith, Coldstream Guards, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 30 November 1917


British War Medal 1914-20 (18822 Pte. B. Smith. C. Gds.); Memorial Plaque (Bryan Smith) extremely fine (5) £100-£140


George S. Dawson attested for the Coldstream Guards and served with them during the Great War on the Western Front from 15 August 1915.


Bryan Smith was born in Welham, Leicestershire, and attested for the Coldstream Guards at Market Harborough. He served with the 2nd Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front, and was killed in action on 30 November 1917. He is buried in Gouzeaucourt New British Cemetery, France.


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Pair: Lance-Corporal J. Fogarty, Northumberland Fusiliers, who was awarded the Russian Medal of St. George, and was posting missing, presumed dead, on the Western Front on 8 May 1915


1914-15 Star (1763 Pte. J. Fogarty. North’d Fus:); Russia, Empire, Medal of St. George, Third Class, silver, reverse officially numbered ‘22232’ and edge engraved ‘1763 Pte. J. Fogarty. 2/Northd. Fus.’, good very fine (2) £240-£280


Russian Medal of St. George, 3rd Class, London Gazette 25 August 1915: ‘For gallantry and distinguished service in the Field’.


Joseph Fogarty was born in Dublin and attested there for the Northumberland Fusiliers. He served with the 2nd Battalion during the Great War on the Western Front from 16 January 1915 (the recipient’s m.i.c. erroneously gives the date 16.1.16), and was posted missing, presumed dead, on 8 May 1915. He has no known grave, and is commemorated on the Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial, Belgium.


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Three: Private J. Bevan, Devonshire Regiment, later Royal Field Artillery


1914-15 Star (11991 Pte. J. Bevan, Devon. R.); British War and Victory Medals (11991 Pte. J. Bevan. Devon. R.) nearly extremely fine (3)


£40-£50


John Bevan attested for the Devonshire Regiment and served with them during the Great War in the Balkan theatre of War from 25 November 1915, later transferring to the Royal Field Artillery.


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Three: Private A. W. Priddle, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who was killed in action in Gallipoli on 20 September 1915


1914-15 Star (31626 Pte. A. W. Priddle. R.W. Fus:); British War and Victory Medals (31626 Pte. A. W. Priddle. R.W. Fus.) good very fine (3)


£80-£120


Arthur William Priddle was born in Rimpton, Somerset, and attested for the 14th Reserve Regiment of Cavalry at Kingston-on-Thames. Transferring to the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, he served with the 8th Battalion during the Great War in the Gallipoli theatre of War from 27 August 1915, and was killed in action on 20 September 1915. He is buried in Azmak Cemetery, Turkey.


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Three: Major J. H. I. Monteith, South Wales Borderers


1914-15 Star (Capt. J. H. I. Monteith. S. Wales Bord.); British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (Major J. H. I. Monteith) mounted as worn, very fine (3)


£100-£140 M.I.D. London Gazette 8 December 1917, and 8 July 1919.


John Hubert Ingatius Monteith was commissioned temporary 2nd Lieutenant on 24 November 1914, and promoted to temporary Lieutenant on 24 April 1915; temporary Captain, 11th Battalion, 17 July 1915; temporary Major, 3 November 1916; proceeded to France with 11th Battalion on 3/4th December 1915; wounded 7 July 1916 in attack on Mametz Wood; rejoined battalion in November 1916; joined 10th Battalion in May 1918 and appears to have been in temporary command until relieved on 5 July 1918; part of 10th Battalion under his command persisted in attack on Villers-Outreaux at 1 a.m. on 8 October 1918, in which C.S.M. J. H. Williams earned the V.C. to add to his D.C.M., M.M. & Bar.


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