WW1 Memorial Plaque Death Penny - John Janes Kinsey, 18th Bn. Manchester Regiment - K.I.A.

  • Product Code: MM-3222
  • Regiment: 18th Battalion, Manchester Regiment
  • Era: WW1
  • Availability: Out of Stock

  • Price: £85.00

A first world war death plaque to 61258 Private John James Kinsey, 18th Battalion, Manchester Regt. 

WW1 Memorial Plaque named to John James Kinsey

Killed In Action - 14th December 1917 (Tyne Cot Memorial)

Kinsey was born and enlisted in St. Helens, Lancashire.

The plaque is in good condition.

Comes with copy MIC, medal roll entry and casualty details.

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Tags: Casualty Medals, Memorial Plaque, Dead Mans Penny, Death Plaque, KIA Medals, Tyne Cot Memorial, Manchester Regiment, WWI, World War One, WW1 Medals, First World War

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