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eMedals-GROUP OF THREE – W.T.GRAY

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GROUP OF THREE – W.T.GRAY

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GROUP OF THREE – W.T.GRAY

QSA medal, Five bars: CAPE COLONY, ORANGE FREE STATE, TRANSVAAL, SOUTH AFRICA 1901, SOUTH AFRICA 1902. (TPR. W. GARY, BRABANT?S HORSE); BWM and Victory Medals, impressed: 842025 PTE. W.T.GRAY, 14-CAN. INF. In extremely fine condition. Walter Tracey Gray was born in Montreal and volunteered for Service in South Africa in 1901-02. (He applied for Canadian South African Service Bounty in 1908, copies enclosed). He enlisted again in Montreal in March of 1916 and served in France in the148Th. Battalion. Records indicate he was "Gassed" at Passchendalle November 1917, hospitalized. Then on August 9, 1918 shrapnel wound in the back and fractured rib, hospitalized again then sent back to England for further hospitalization. Discharged January 20, 1919, returned to Canada. Sold with copies of service papers.
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