Correctly named 14296 Dvr CH Fagg RFA on Star and 14296 Dvr CH Fagg RA on Pair and Charles H Fagg on Special Constable medal.
Charles Henry Fagg was born in Elmstead to Charles and Frances in 1890.
We see Charles lived in the same address for his whole life, Willow Cottage, Upper, Harbledown, Canterbury.
He enlisted into the Royal Artillery in September 1914 whilst working as a wheelwright/labourer and was sent overseas to France in July 1915 earning his 15 Star Trio.
He returned home from Antwerp aboard the SS Sicilian in April 1919.
He married Annie Mary Moat in 1920 but has become a widower by 1939. In 1939, he is seen to be working as a bricklayers labourer and a part time in the Auxiliary Fire Service for the Bridge Blean Rural District. There is no record at that time for his service with the Special Constabulary.
Charles died in 1977.
The medals are his full entitlement and are swing mounted on a clasp as worn on original silk ribbons. The ribbons are in the correct order but the BWM and Victory medals are in the wrong places.
Also included is Charles’s Army Soldiers Book, nice to see and completes the lot.