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A Great War MM Medal Trio Dvr R Foley 41 Brigade RFA Albert Medal Awardee

A Great War MM Medal Trio Dvr R Foley 41 Brigade RFA Albert Medal Awardee

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M.M. London Gazette 18 July 1917.

A.M London Gazette 19 May 1916

Richard Foley attested for the Royal Field Artillery at Bolton and served with Headquarters, 41st Brigade during the Great War on the Western Front from 11 May 1915 (also entitled to a 1914-15 Star), being awarded the Military Medal.

Richard Foley was awarded the Albert Medal for an act of Bravery on the 19th May 1916 ( see attached Gazette )

Note: The recipient’s Medal Index Cards note that the three medals in this lot were re-issued on 4 December 1940; given that the unit on the pair in this lot is ‘R.F.A.’, rather than the usually encountered ‘R.A.’, and that the naming style on the M.M is identical to that found on Second War M.M.s, it is likely that the medals in this lot were those re-issued in 1940.