1914 Trio and LSGC. Ernest Horton. 33rd Brigade Royal Field Artillery. Canterbury/Greenwich

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Poorly mounted on original ribbons a group of 4 consisting of

1914 “Mons” Star named to 13591 Dvr E Horton RFA

BWM and Victory 13591 Dvr E Horton RA

Long Service Good Conduct 13591 Dvr E Horton RFA

Comes with ribbon bar and very polished capbadge (slider missing)

Ernest joined up on 27th January 1896  his service went as follows

27/1/96 – 6/12/96 home 315 days

7/12/96 -27/11/02 India 5 years 356 days ** (noted as wounded right leg 30 may 1902)

28/11/02 – 5/11/14 home 11 years 343 days

6/11/14 – 11/3/18 France 3 years 126 days  ( sprained leg 4/10/16)

Home 12/3/18 -18/4/18 35 days

Total 22 years 82 days

Next of kin address 10 Windap Grove Canterbury

Discharge address 16 Kasseeth Street East Greenwich

During his time in France he served with 31st and 33rd Brigades and the 8th Divisional Ammunition Column in May 1916

More research needed a nice group as worn to a long serving soldier

 

 

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