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Three: Private J. Wood, 18th Hussars, who was taken Prisoner of War during the Great War
1914 Star, with clasp (5650 Pte. J. Wood. 18/Hrs.); British War and Victory Medals (5650 Pte. J. Wood. 18-Hrs.) mounted as worn, nearly very fine

Five: J. F. Wood, Royal Signals
1939-45 Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with Army Council enclosure, in named card box of issue, addressed to ‘Mr. J. F. Wood, 3 Newnham Street, Harrogate, Yorks’, extremely fine (8) £180-£220

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Joseph Wood was born in Dundalk, Louth, in 1885 and attested for the Royal Army Medical Corps at York on 19 February 1906. He transferred to the 18th (Queen Mary’s Own) Hussars, and served with them for 5 years, before transferring to the Army Reserve on 29 August 1911. Recalled for service during the Great War, he served with them on the Western Front from 15 August 1914. His Medal Index Card notes that he was taken Prisoner of War.

Sold with the recipient’s original Parchment Certificate of Service.
Family Group:

Three: Private J. Wood, 18th Hussars, who was taken Prisoner of War during the Great War
1914 Star, with clasp (5650 Pte. J. Wood. 18/Hrs.); British War and Victory Medals (5650 Pte. J. Wood. 18-Hrs.) mounted as worn, nearly very fine

Five: J. F. Wood, Royal Signals
1939-45 Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defence and War Medals 1939-45, with Army Council enclosure, in named card box of issue, addressed to ‘Mr. J. F. Wood, 3 Newnham Street, Harrogate, Yorks’, extremely fine (8) £180-£220

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Joseph Wood was born in Dundalk, Louth, in 1885 and attested for the Royal Army Medical Corps at York on 19 February 1906. He transferred to the 18th (Queen Mary’s Own) Hussars, and served with them for 5 years, before transferring to the Army Reserve on 29 August 1911. Recalled for service during the Great War, he served with them on the Western Front from 15 August 1914. His Medal Index Card notes that he was taken Prisoner of War.

Sold with the recipient’s original Parchment Certificate of Service.

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