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C.W.JOHNSON

C.W.JOHNSON

Other Militaria

Service No: NX40208

Unit No: 2/3 Australian Infantry Battalion

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
Pattern 37 ammunition pouch issued to NX40208 Claude William JOHNSON who served during the Second World War in the Australian Imperial Force as a member of the 2/3 Australian Infantry Battalion. NOTE: Above image is a generic image. Please contact Medals Gone Missing for further details. This pouch is not for general sale and will only be sold back to the family or next-of-kin upon strict proof of relationship.
W.E.NORTHILL

W.E.NORTHILL

Other Militaria

Service No: NX177703

Unit No: 117 Australian General Transport Company

Corps/Service: Transport

Country: Australia
Pattern 37 ammunition pouch issued to NX177703 William Edward NORTHILL who served during the Second World War in the Australian Imperial Force as a member of the 117 Australian General Transport Company. NOTE: Above image is a generic image. Please contact Medals Gone Missing for further details. This pouch is not for general sale and will only be sold back to the family or next-of-kin upon strict proof of relationship.
K.HUNT

K.HUNT

British War Medal

Service No: DM2-207678

Corps/Service: Army Service Corps

Country: United Kingdom
A gentleman from NSW in Australia is in possession of a British War Medal awarded to a soldier from the United Kingdom; DM2-207678 Private K. HUNT who served with the Army Service Corps. If you are related to this man, please contact Medals Gone Missing. This medal is NOT FOR GENERAL SALE and will only be returned to the NOK upon very strict proof of relationship.
H.F.BROWNE

H.F.BROWNE

Other Militaria

Service No: 3647

Unit No: 32

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
This request was forwarded to MGM to locate the family and return a pocket watch of World War 1 veteran, Service Number 3647 Private Harold Frederick BROWNE MM & Bar. The request came from Bob PERKINS from Murray Bridge RSL Sub-Branch. MGM had helped him previously to return to two medals found in burnt in a garden bed in a backyard. This watch had been found many years ago between a railway track and a road. Had the finder not have been on horse back he would not have made this discovery. The finder approached the Murray Bridge RSL Club where Bob is on the Committee of the Sub-Branch and he also looks after the aretfacts the club holds. Bob accepted the watch and commenced a military search and became stuck so he said he remembered the wonderful work MGM had done before and contacted us for help. As a result, the watch will be finally returned to the next of kin of Harold Frederick BROWNE.
J.BROWN

J.BROWN

First World War Victory Medal

Service No: 2093

Unit No: Fife & Forfar Yeomanry

Corps/Service: Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: United Kingdom
We are attempting to make contact with any descendants of Private J. BROWN who served with the Fife & Forfar Yeomanry during the Great War. His service number was 2093.
R.BUCHAN

R.BUCHAN

M.M + WW1 Trio

Service No: 7337394

Unit No: Royal Medical Corps

Corps/Service: Medical Corps

Country: United Kingdom
My grandfather served in both world wars for the English Army and his details are as follows:- 7337394 Warrant Officer II Robert BUCHAN – Royal Army Medical Corps Awarded the following Medals; 1914 – 1915 Star, British War Medal, Victory Medal, Awarded Military Medal for Bravery in the Field (London Gazette 16.10.17), General Service Medal with Clasp for service in “Palestine”, 1939 – 1945 Star, Pacific Star, Defence Medal and the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. He was killed in action (Hong Kong) on the 18th December, 1941 when the island fell to the Japanese. He enlisted twice, 1914 – 1919 and 1921 - 1941. I would dearly love to get them back as I remember seeing and thinking how impressive they were when I was kid. The only thing that I have left to remember them by is some photos and the original brooch bars that they were attached to, which were left to me. I heard that his medals were pawned back in the early eighties? And I did hear through the family grapevine that the medals may have ended up in a collectors auction in Adelaide. It is clear that if these medals are still mounted as a set and have not been seperated, that a collector has purchased these medals and could be hesitant to part with them. However I can assure you that the new generation within my family hold our grandfather's memory very dear and we would be extremely grateful if that collector would consider selling them back to us.
N.C.NEVITT

N.C.NEVITT

Broken Set - 1914-1915 Star + Victory Medal

Service No: 669

Unit No: 1st Light Horse Brigade HQ

Corps/Service: Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: Australia
The stolen First World War medals (1914-1915 Star and Victory Medal) awarded to Lieutenant Norman Crewe NEVITT were located in Redcliffe, Queensland. After being surrendered to Police, the call went nationwide to assist in locating the descendants of Lieutenant NEVITT. Medals Gone Missing tracked down the grandson of Norman LEVITT and the medals were successfully returned. Please see our blog detailing this successful medal return by visiting our "Articles of Interest" page on the Medals Gone Missing website.
M.GAMA

M.GAMA

Mercantile Marine War Medal

Service No: Fireman

Unit No: P&O SS KHIVA 1917-1918

Corps/Service: Merchant Navy

Country: India
I would like to confirm I would like to go ahead with the labour intensive search for the missing Mercantile Marine War Medal of my paternal grandfather Mahomed Gama. The naming is impresed on the medal as MAHD. GAMA. The medal was sold at www.emdals.com in Ontario, Canada for $50 USD, the item number is GB5300. A image of the medal was on their website online, but they have since removed it and will not help me. I have been informed the medal was sold in 2016 and the winning bidder/buyer is in India, however, I do not have any knowledge as to whether this information is correct. This is the only information I have to date. Any help would be very much appreciated and if the current owner would agree to sell the medal back to my family, we would be very grateful.
A.S.PRIESTLEY

A.S.PRIESTLEY

Australian Five (Africa Star & Defence)

Service No: NX31279

Unit No: 2/1 Pioneer Battalion

Corps/Service: Pioneers

Country: Australia
I am searching for my late Grandfathers WW2 service medals. NX31279 PTE Albert Samuel PRIESTLEY. He enlisted on the 27th May 1940 and discharged on the 6th January 1945. Initially he was posted to the 2/1 Pioneer Battalion and sailed to Palestine November 1940. He served in the region until April 1942 and as far as I can tell he was present at the siege of Tobruk as I have his embroidered ‘RATS OF TOBRUK ASSOCIATION’ patch. He sailed back to Australia with his Battalion and during the next 2 ½ years he transferred to 31 Garrison Battalion then onto Royal Australian Engineers until discharge in 1945. He passed away 14th July 1979. It is unclear as to where the medals ended up but any assistance in finding these medals would be greatly appreciated. He was awarded the Australia 5 (Africa)consisting of a 1939-1945 Star, Africa Star, Defence Medal, War Medal 1939-1945 and the 1939-1945 Australia Service Medal.
A.BOOTH

A.BOOTH

1914-1915 Star Medal Trio

Service No: 745

Unit No: 1st/9th Battalion Manchester Regiment

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
I would like to return the First World War medals posthumously awarded to Private Archie BOOTH who served with the 1st/9th Battalion Manchester Regiment. Tragically Archie lost his life during the August offensive on Gallipoli and lies buried at REDOUBT CEMETERY, HELLES. I also have his Memorial Plaque. This medal set is not for general sale and will only be returned to the direct descendants of Archie BOOTH upon very strict proof of relationship.
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