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  • An Early First War DCM & KIA Group to the Connaught Rangers
  • An Early First War DCM & KIA Group to the Connaught Rangers
  • An Early First War DCM & KIA Group to the Connaught Rangers

Item: GB1704

An Early First War DCM & KIA Group to the Connaught Rangers

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An Early First War DCM & KIA Group to the Connaught Rangers

Distinguished Conduct Medal, George V (5940 SJT: C. BROWN. 1/CONN:RANG:); 1914 Star (5940 SJT. C. BROWN. 1/CONN.RANG.); British War and Victory Medals (5940 SJT. C. BROWN. CONN.RANG.). Naming is officially impressed on all three. Very fine. With cap badge and pin. Footnote: Please note the error of naming consistent on all medals: Charles John Browne, is noted to have been Killed in Action on the 16th of November 1914 at age 38. The son of Constable William Browne (R.I.C.), of Sneem, Co. Kerry; husband of Isabella Browne James, of 132, Ross St., St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. Charles was born in Rathkeale, County Limerick. Enlisted in Limerick while living in Immingham. He is buried at I. K. 2. Cemetery: La Gorgue Communal Cemetery in France.
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