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J.G.SERVANT

J.G.SERVANT

Other Medals

Service No: 513603

Unit No: Royal Natal Carbineers

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: South Africa
John Geoffrey Servant was born in Pietermaritzburg – South Africa on 26 August 1923. He attested for service on 12 September 1944. Serving with the S.A.A.C. (Royal Natal Carbineers). He served in the Middle East, November-December 1944 and in Italy from December 1944-August 1945. He was demobilised in November 1945. Stolen during a burglary in Pietermaritzburg – South Africa in January 2001. along with his Italy Star & 1939-1945 War Medals, all officially named. These medals were subsequently sold at auction be Dix Noonan Webb (London) on 2 March 2005, been unable to trace further.
W.McGUNIGAL

W.McGUNIGAL

Death Plaque a.k.a Memorial Plaque

Service No: 10625

Unit No: Royal Scots

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
Medals Gone Missing in partnership with Ancestry Australia are searching for the missing 1914-1915 Star and Victory Medal awarded to William McGUNIGAL. Sadly William lost his life during the Great War. His known details are as follows:- Regimental Number 10625. Born: 20 May 1891, St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Scotland. Last known Address: 55 Orchard Street, Aberdeen Scotland. Enlistment date:- 10 April 1910 (subsequently it is known he was posthumously awarded the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal which were issued to his mother as next of kin). Enlistment age 18 years and 10 months. Next of Kin: Mother, Annie Jopp McGUNIGAL, 55 Orchard Street, Aberdeen. Also missing is William's Memorial Plaque. Any assistance to help us locate a descendant would be greatly appreciated.
W.McGUNIGAL

W.McGUNIGAL

Broken Set - 1914-1915 Star + Victory Medal

Service No: 10625

Unit No: Royal Scots

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: United Kingdom
Medals Gone Missing in partnership with Ancestry Australia are searching for the missing 1914-1915 Star and Victory Medal awarded to William McGUNIGAL. Sadly William lost his life during the Great War. His known details are as follows:- Regimental Number 10625. Born: 20 May 1891, St Nicholas, Aberdeen, Scotland. Last known Address: 55 Orchard Street, Aberdeen Scotland. Enlistment date:- 10 April 1910 (subsequently it is known he was posthumously awarded the 1914-1915 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal which were issued to his mother as next of kin). Enlistment age 18 years and 10 months. Next of Kin: Mother, Annie Jopp McGUNIGAL, 55 Orchard Street, Aberdeen. Also missing is William's Memorial Plaque. Any assistance to help us locate a descendant would be greatly appreciated.
E.H.SORENSEN

E.H.SORENSEN

Australian Four (Pacific)

Service No: WX13743

Unit No: 53

Corps/Service: Transport

Country: Australia
Descendants of Eigil Holst SORENSEN are attempting to recover his missing war service medals. According to the World War Two Nominal Roll, Eigil was born in Denmark. He attained the rank of Corporal and records indicate he was serving with 53 A PORT CRAFT upon his discharge from the Second Australian Imperial Force. Eigil's medals were sold on ebay by a third party during 2014 and his descendants at this time were unaware the medals had been placed on the open market. As such,they are very keen to hear from the person who now has Eigil's medals in their possession. For further information, please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
M.F.CONNELLY

M.F.CONNELLY

World War 1 Pair

Service No: 123

Unit No: 44

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: Australia
I am searching for the missing First World War Medals and Memorial Plaque pertaining to Mark Francis CONNOLLY who served with the 44th Australian Infantry Battalion, AIF. His service number was 123 and he attained the rank of Lance Sergeant. Tragically he died of wounds on 6 July 1918 and lies buried in Crouy British Cemetery, Crouy St Pierre, Amiens, Picardie, France. Any assistance in helping my family to recover his missing war service medals or Memorial Plaque would be greatly appreciated.
J.S.PRICE

J.S.PRICE

Distinguished Conduct Medal

Service No: 117486

Unit No: Lord Strathconas Horse (Royal Canadians)

Corps/Service: Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: Canada
I am searching for the missing First World War medals of my grandfather; John Stanley PRICE who served with Lord Strathconas Horse (Royal Canadian). He held the rank of Squadron Sergeant Major and apart from the Distinguished Conduct Medal, the supplement to the London Gazette of 26th June 1918 indicate he was awarded the Military Medal. He was also awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal. I would be very pleased to recover ANY medals awarded to my grandfather on the possibility that the set may have been broken up and separated. I fully understand that his set of medals is highly desirable and may be in the hands of a collector who values them immensely. However I appeal to any collector who may have these medals, to make contact with me via the Medals Gone Missing website to inform my family that these medals are safe.
T.KING

T.KING

World War 1 Pair

Service No: 3390

Unit No: 5 Pioneer Battalion

Corps/Service: Pioneers

Country: Australia
THE STORY AS TOLD BY THE WONDERFUL MAN WHO FOUND THE BRITISH WAR MEDAL:- Back in 1963 my dad went to a local scrap metal dealer in Subiaco (Perth ) so I tagged along. Short story is while my dad was doing business I spotted an old army personal carrier so of course I had to have a look, inside I climbed - imagination going crazy as I looked around, something caught my eye lying in the dirt on the floor ... yep it was the medal. Not knowing anything about medals back then I just seem to hang onto it.
J.W.LIPSCOMB

J.W.LIPSCOMB

Australian Four (Pacific)

Service No: NX157332

Unit No: 2/1 Field Regiment

Corps/Service: Artillery

Country: Australia
These medals were found by a gentleman associated with the teaching profession whilst sorting through some teaching resources. The medals consist of a WW2 group of four medals and a 1952 Coronation medal which were awarded to a former 'Old Boy' of Shore who later became a Master. The medals are named on the reverse and the Coronation medal is in its original card box of issue with his name on the front. There are are also a few badges and buttons etc. He died in 1954.
J.G.SERVANT

J.G.SERVANT

Other Militaria

Service No: 513603

Unit No: Royal Natal Carbineers

Corps/Service: Infantry

Country: South Africa
John Geoffrey Servant was born in Pietermaritzburg – South Africa on 26 August 1923. He attested for service on 12 September 1944. Serving with the S.A.A.C. (Royal Natal Carbineers). He served in the Middle East, November-December 1944 and in Italy from December 1944-August 1945. He was demobilised in November 1945. Stolen during a burglary in Pietermaritzburg – South Africa in January 2001. along with his Italy Star & 1939-1945 War Medals, all officially named. These medals were subsequently sold at auction be Dix Noonan Webb (London) on 2 March 2005, been unable to trace further.
W.A.SERVANT

W.A.SERVANT

World War 1 Pair

Service No: 4649

Unit No: 8th South African Horse

Corps/Service: Mounted/ Lighthorse/ Cavalry

Country: South Africa
William Arthur Servant (4649) attested for the 8th South African Horse on 19 April 1916, aged 24 years. He served in East Africa and was discharged on 25 March 1917. Stolen during a burglary in Pietermaritzburg – South Africa in January 2001. These medals were subsequently sold at auction be Dix Noonan Webb (London) on 2 March 2005.
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