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Victory Medals of Ernest Titcombe, World War I

Victory Medals of Ernest Titcombe,  World War I
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World War I Victory medals awarded to PTE. Ernest James Titcombe in their original cardboard box.

Ernest Titcombe of Lydiard Tregoze volunteered to serve in the Wiltshire Regiment in 1916.He fought at both the Somme and Ypres and at one stage was repatriated to the Rhonda Valley following a gas attack. Ernest survived the war and his name name is recorded in the St. Mary the Virgin Memorial Book in St. Mary's Church Lydiard Tregoze.

Year:
1918
Type:
Medal
Owner:
Friends of Lydiard Park
Credit:
Friends of Lydiard Park
Last updated on:
Sunday 29th August 2021

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