Campaign medals 3

The 1914 Star (also known as ‘Pip’) was authorised under Special Army Order no. 350 in November 1917 and by an Admiralty Fleet Order in 1918, for award to officers and men of the British and Indian Expeditionary Forces who …

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Sheffield Independent 27 March 1919

Report in the Sheffield Independent 27 March 1919 finally confirming Lord Grosvenor’s death “OCTOBER ’14 TO MARCH ’19 Lady Hugh Grosvenor whose husband’s death is now officially concluded to have taken place in October 1914, when he was listed as …

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Nantwich Guardian 15 October 1915

Report in the Nantwich Guardian of the efforts being made by Lord Grosvenor’s mother to establish his whereabouts “Katherine Duchess of Westminster is untiring in her inquiries about her son, Lord Hugh Grosvenor and her son-in-law, the Earl of Erne, …

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Bury Free Press 23 January 1915

Report in the Bury Free Press surmising that Lord Grosvenor had been taken prisoner “HOW LORD HUGH GROSVENOR WAS WOUNDED AND CAPTURED As there has been some difference in the accounts of how Lord Hugh Grosvenor, 1st Life Guards, was …

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