A first world war MM and Bar casualty group to 18228 Gunner Stephen Halliday, Royal Field Artillery.
George V Military Medal with Bar named to 18228 Gnr: S. Halliday. B. 93 / Bde. R.F.A.
1914-15 Star named to 18228 Gnr: S. Halliday. R.F.A.
British War Medal named to 18228 Gnr. S. Halliday. R.A.
WW1 Victory Medal named to 18228 Gnr. S. Halliday. R.A.
18th July 1917 (M.M.) for gallantry at the Battle of Bullecourt
28th September 1917 (Bar to M.M.) for gallantry during the opening actions of the Third Battle of Ypres
Killed In Action - 8th October 1917 (Tyne Cot Memorial)
Stephen Halliday was born in Browney, County Durham. He enlisted in Houghton le Spring, County Durham and first entered France on 22/7/15.
The medals are in good condition and are swing mounted for wear.
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WW1 Military Medal & Bar, 1914-15 Star, British War Medal & Victory Medal Casualty Group - Gnr. S. Halliday, Royal Artillery - K.I.A.
- Product Code: MM-3297
- Regiment: Royal Field Artillery
- Era: WW1 Availability:1