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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Chester Chronicle 5 June 1915

Report in the Chester Chronicle 5 June 1915 regarding the death of John Turner Clough Hazledine “Second Lieut. John Turner Clough Hazledine, 4th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who was killed in action on May 9th, was the third son of the …

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Gloucestershire Echo 20 May 1915

Report in the Gloucestershire Echo 20 May 1915 regarding the death of John Turner Clough Hazledine “Second Lieut. John Turner Clough Hazledine, 4th Royal Welsh Fusiliers, who was killed in action on May 9, was the third son of the …

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John Hazledine

The Great War History Hub Whitchurch, shropshire - War dead missing image

Personal Details John Turner Clough Hazledine, born in Llandudno, Wales in 1876, the third son of Sarah Grace Boevey Vaughan (formerly Hazledine) and the late John Rowland Lovell Hazledine of Burlton Hall, Shrewsbury, Shropshire. John’s brother the Rev. William Clough …

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