Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman

Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman

Male 1883 - 1917  (33 years)

 

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British War Medal

British War Medal, Left to Right Obv and Rev Sides
Instituted by King George V in 1919 to mark the end of World War I and record the service given. The qualification period was later extended to cover post-war mine clearance and service in Russia during 1919 and 1920.
The British War Medal was awarded for service in a theatre of war between 5 August 1914 and 11 November 1918. Those eligible included members of women's organisations; persons on the staffs of military hospitals and members of recognised organisations who handled sick and wounded; and members of other duly recognised or other authorised organisations as specified in medal regulations. The qualification period was later extended to cover post-war mine clearance and service in Russia during 1919 and 1920.


Owner of originalAustralian War Memorial, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Date1919
File nameBritish War Medal obv and Rev Sides.jpg
File Size52.42k
Dimensions428 x 383
Linked toBert Adams Bell (Military Honours); Frederick Charles Bradshaw (Military Honours); Russell Stanley Brown (Military Honours); Adrian Lambert Burke (Military Honours); Bryan Lambert Burke (Military Honours); Allan Begbie Campbell (Military Honours); Leslie Cranna Campbell (Military Honours); Gordon Colin Cooper (Military Honours); Henry Cecil Greene (Military Honours); Stanley Hatton (Hadan) Greene (Military Honours); Ernest Albert Griffiths (Military Honours); Mark Griffiths (Military Honours); Percival Austin Griffiths (Military Honours); William Harold Griffiths (Military Honours); Robert Leland Garfield Holman (Military Honours); William James Stanbrook Holman (Military Honours); Robert Houston (Military Honours); James Wallace Ireland (Military Honours); James William Irving Langley (Military Honours); Frederick Charles Gaden Lowe (Military Honours); Allan William Manning (Military Honours); Hemsley Hurtle Stanley Marshman (Military Honours); William Maxwell (Military Honours); Archie Robert Muir (Military Honours); George Washington Muir (Military Honours); Aubrey Pitt (Military Honours); Albert Ernest William Potts (Military Honours); William Alfred Pracy (Military Honours); James Patrick Ramsay (Military Honours); George Patrick Sommers (Military Honours); Charles Purnell Summers (War Service); Albert James Tucker (Military Honours); Charles Tucker (Military Honours); Charles William Willcock (Military Honours)

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