Family grouping of two brothers who tragically died in France
Group 1; Pair: 1914/15 Star and Victory medal (missing British war medal). Both correctly impressed to 1384 PTE H. MORRIS 8/BN A.I.F. (1314 CPL H. MORRIS 8 BN A.I.F. on victory)
Emb. 2nd February 1915
Admitted to hospital Gallipoli sick 9th September 1915
Transferred to 4th Light Mortar Battery 14th August 1916
Died of injuries on the 31st August 1918 caused by a motor accident (fractured skull). This was whilst on active service behind the lines in France and he was taken to the 4th Field Ambulance and then to the 53rd Casualty Clearing Station where he died.
Cemetery details: Daours Communal Cemetery Extension, Picardie, France
Group 2; Pair: 1914/15 Star and Victory medal (missing British war medal). Both correctly impressed to 3419 PTE C. MORRIS 14/BN A.I.F.
Emb. 11th October 1915
KIA: 11th April 1917 (No body was found of Private Morris after the attack on Villers-Bretonneux)
Memorial details: Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Picardie, France
Note: Includes the badges pictured and a beautiful gold fob with “HONOUR AND FREEDOM, AIF” encircling a soldier with the reverse inscribed “To William Morris, A grateful tribute from his friends of Weewin. In the memory of his son C. Morris”
Near EF $1425
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