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Campaign Groups and Pairs 286 Seven: Colour-Sergeant E. E. Waller, Hampshire Regiment


British War and Victory Medals (280477 Sjt. E. E. Waller. Hamps. R.); Territorial Force War Medal 1914-19 (1750 Cpl. E. E. Waller. Hamps. R.); India General Service 1908-35, 1 clasp, North West Frontier 1935 (5486566 C. Sjt. E. E. Waller. Hamps. R.); Defence Medal; Jubilee 1935; Army L.S. & G.C., G.V.R., 3rd issue, Regular Army (5486566 C. Sjt. E. E. Waller. Hamps. R.) mounted court-style, the first three polished on the obverse and with a few edge bruises, otherwise very fine and better (7)


£180-£220


Ernest Edward Waller retired in the rank of Colour-Sergeant (C.Q.M.S.) in the early part of 1937, as reported in the August edition of The Hampshire Regimental Journal of that year together with a small portrait photograph in uniform:


‘C.Q.M.S. Waller. The old and bold retires after 22 years service in the Regiment. He was a L./Cpl. in the 6th Battalion (Territorial) on the outbreak of war in 1914, and on mobilization volunteered for service abroad and was sent to India with the 6th Battalion in October 1914. He was promoted Corporal on the boat and full Sergeant in 1916. Served with the 6th Battalion in Mesopotamia until the end of the war and, before being sent home, he re-engaged for a period of four years, and served with the 1st Battalion in Catterick and the 2nd Battalion in Ireland. He came under the “axe” in 1922, but re-enlisted again in December of the same year, and it is a tribute to his ability that before one month had passed he was appointed Lance-Sergeant, since when he has served with the 2nd Battalion, the Depot, joining the 1st Battalion in Jubbulpore in 1926. He was promoted Colour-Sergeant in 1931, and remained with the Battalion until his discharge early in this year. He took part in the Ghalani operations.


It was at Bordon that he found out that he could run faster than a good many other people, by being first home in the Battalion team which had taken part in the Aldershot Command Cross Country Run. In the track events he was a good performer, especially in the half-mile; during the three years at the Depot he had a successful athletic career, the noteworthy success being the Dept team’s win against the Navy team at Gosport.’


“Wally”, as he was popularly known, died in 1961, a report of his Memorial Service being published in The Royal Hampshire Regiment Journal of November 1961.


Sold with copied journal extracts together with relevant confirmation of all medals except the Defence Medal. 287 Three: Sergeant E. E. Annett, 5th Battalion, Hampshire Regiment


British War and Victory Medals, with M.I.D. oak leaves (2469 Sjt. E. E. Annett. Hamps. R.); Army Meritorious Service Medal, G.V.R., 1st issue (240900 Pte. E. E. Annett. 5/Hamps: R.) extremely fine (3)


£160-£200


M.S.M. London Gazette 3 March 1919: ‘In recognition of valuable service rendered with the British Forces in Mesopotamia - Pte. E. E. Annett, 5th Bn. Hampshire Regiment (Southampton).’


M.I.D. London Gazette 15 August 1917 (Maude, Mesopotamia). Sold with two card identity discs (both 240900 2/7. Han. R.), together with copied Gazette notices, M.S.M. and Medal Index Cards. 288 Six: Sergeant H. T. Bugden, Hampshire Regiment


British War and Victory Medals (1804 Sjt. H. T. Bugden. Hamps. R.); Territorial Force War Medal 1914-19 (1804 Pte. H. T. Bugden. Hamps. R.); Defence Medal; Police L.S. & G.C., G.VI.R. (Const. Herbert T. Bugden); Territorial Efficiency Medal, G.V.R. (200169 Sjt. H. Bugden. 4-Hamps. R.) name officially corrected; together with Southern Railway St. John Ambulance L.S. Medal, for 7 Years, 35mm, bronze, reverse inscribed, ‘Herbert T. Bugden 1932.’, complete with brooch bar ‘7 Years’, the first six mounted court-style, very fine or better (7)


£200-£240


T.E.M. Army Order 65 of February 1921, published as ‘Budgen’; corrected in Army Order 51 of February 1922 to ‘Bugden’. Medal Index Card indicates that T.E.M. was appropriately amended and re-issed on 17 October 1921.


Herbert Thomas Bugden served mainly with the 1/4th Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment. He died on 26 December 1973. 289


Pair: Private S. G. Twigg, Tank Corps, late Royal Engineers, who was killed in action on the Western Front on 27 August 1917


British War and Victory Medals (146188 Pnr. S. G. Twigg. R.E.) VM officially re-impressed, generally good very fine (2) £50-£70


Sydney George Twigg was born in Tunstall, Staffordshire, and attested for the Royal Engineers in London. He served with them during the Great War on the Western Front, before transferring to the Tank Corps, and was killed in action whilst serving with “D” Battalion on 27 August 1917. He has no known grave and is commemorated on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium.


290 Four: Private H. V. Hearsfield, Army Veterinary Corps, later Royal Army Dental Corps


British War and Victory Medals (SE-30392 Pte. H. V. Hearsfield. A.V.C.); War Medal 1939-45; Efficiency Medal, G.VI. R., 1st issue, Territorial (2086875 Pte. A [sic]. V. Hearsfield. R.A.D.C.) good very fine (4)


£70-£90


291


Pair: Staff Nurse Nellie M. Condon, Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve


British War and Victory Medals (S.Nurse N. M. Condon) both in named card boxes of issue; together with the recipient’s Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve cape badge, silver; and a College of Nursing brooch badge, silver and enamel reverse numbered ‘15721’, extremely fine (4)


£100-£140


Nellie Mary Condon served with Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service Reserve during the Great War on the Western Front from 30 September 1917.


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