1914 Star trio (replacement bar- 5th Aug - 22nd Nov 1922) to Pte. W. H. Storey, 1st Cavalry Division Supply Company, A.S.C.
1914 Star trio awarded to Artificer Engineer G. Oakes, H.M. 'T.B. 36', Royal Navy
1914 Star trio awarded to Pte. Thomas A. Bates, 16th (The Queen's) Lancers, 3rd Cav.
1914 Star trio to 10629 Pte. J. J. Fearon, L. N. Lancs., early POW
1914 Star trio to 9060 A/Sgt. J. A. Griffiths, R.A.M.C., served on hospital ship 1914
1914 Star trio to 9142 Pte. William F. Smith, 15th & 18th Hussars
1914 Star trio to Fleet Paymaster James H. Griffiths, Royal Navy. Includes medal roll & 2x issue boxes
1914 Star trio to S/3439 Lance Corporal A. Robertson McKendrick, Gordon Highlanders
1914 Star trio to TS/325 Dvr. George Greenway, 'Merchant Reserve Park', A.S.C.
1914 Star trio with Memorial Plaque to 235693 Lance Sergeant William Coward, 2nd/4th Bn., Duke of Wellington's (West Riding Regiment) who died on 30th Aug 1918 age 26
1914-15 Star bar trio 2Lt. William Cowper, R.F.A. (SR) Commd. 29/01/18. Served 28 Brigade R.F.A., 5th Div. in 1914
1914-15 Star trio & Memorial Plaque to S/2154 Pte. Frederick Quick, 8th Bn., Rifle Brigade. Killed in trenches by a trench mortar bomb, with 2 other members of 'C' Company. 8/R.B. named in war diary
1914-15 Star trio to 205651 A.B. Thomas Augustus Tedder, Royal Navy
1914-15 Star trio to 8235 Pte. James A. Moran, 1st Bn., Highland Light Infantry & Labour Corps (409805)
1914-15 Star trio to Pte. William George Sutton Dawson, R.M.L.I. (H.M.Ships; 'Forte': 'Lancaster': 'Bonaventure': 'Magnificent': 'Crescent'. Served 1899-1921). Served as a 'Boy Bugler', a Pioneer & Company Orderly.
1914-15 Star trio to Stoker 1 Arthur James Turney, Royal Navy
1914-18 pair to Bartholomew Hehir, South Irish Horse, 7/Royal Irish Regt.
2 brothers medals- Edwin Goode, 1906 & 47478 Pte. A. J. Goode, 2/Essex Regt.
Afghanistan Medal 1878-80/ British War Medal 1914-20 pair. Awarded to Pte. C. Hammond, 15th Hussars
Boer War pair to Colour Sgt. 'C' (sic)/ E. H. Eynott, 2nd East Surrey Regt. QSA: 'Natal' (also ent. to clasps: Transvaal, South Africa 1901 and 1902)