WW1 1914 Mons Star Medal Trio - Sjt. F.W. Ray, Lancashire Fusiliers / Machine Gun Corps - Killed In Action
- Product Code: MM-3497
- Regiment: Lancashire Fusiliers / Machine Gun Corps
- Era: WW1 Availability:1
A first world war mons star casualty group to 2639 / 18781 Serjeant Frederick William Ray, Lancashire Fusiliers / 12th Bn. Machine Gun Corps.
1914 Mons Star named to 2639 L.Cpl. F.W. Ray. 2/Lan: Fus.
British War Medal named to 2639 A. Sjt. F.W. Ray. Lan. Fus.
WW1 Victory Medal named to 2639 A. Sjt. F.W. Ray. Lan. Fus.
Killed In Action - 12th October 1916 (A.I.F. Burial Ground, Flers)
Sjt Ray was was born in Shoreditch, Middlesex and resided in Tottenham.
He first entered France 22/8/14 and fought at Le Cateau 26/8/14. He was wounded by gas poisoning in May 1915 and was killed in action on 12/10/16.
The medals are in good condition with ribbons.
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