WW1 & WW2 Medal & Document Group To The Chew Family, RE, RAF & WRAF

WW1 & WW2 Medal & Document Group To The Chew Family, RE, RAF & WRAF

Code: 18694

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For Sale is a WW1 & WW2 Medal & Document Group To The Chew Family.

 
 
The Father’s Medal Group (William Chew):
 
 
The first set of medals are to the farther William Chew who served in World War One with the royal engineers at the rank of driver. His medals are engraved on the rim “64076 Dvr W Chew RE”. And his dog tags are marked “Chew. W C.O.E. 64076. RE”. William entered the French theatre of war on the 4th of October 1915. He was discharged from the royal engineers on the 26th of April 1919. Before enlisting and on discharge he was living at 73 Blythe Street in Belfast.
 
 
Included in the father’s group is the following;
 
 
WW1 British war medal with full Ribbon
 
WW1 victory medal with full Ribbon
 
WW1 1914-15 star with full ribbon
 
His dog tags
 
Two ww1 medal boxes
 
Ww1 medal boxes postage paper wrapper
 
Three scans of his service records
 
 
The Sons Medal Group (David Chew):
 
 
The second set of medals belong to the father’s son David Chew. This set of medals is from WW2. David for the entirety of the war served in the Royal Air Force. David’s medals were posted to 68 Norwood Avenue, maltby, nr rotherham, Yorkshire where he lived with his wife. Unfortunately not much more is known about David.
 
 
 
Included in the sons medal group:
 
 
 
WW2 RAF active service edition the gospel according to St John. Which has a lovely hand written note in the front of addressed to David.
 
Ww2 medal entitlement certificate
 
Royal Air Force association membership card dated 7.10.1946 named to David chew.
 
Ww2 africa star with ribbon
 
Ww2 war medal with ribbon
 
WW2 1939-45 star with ribbon
 
Ww2 postal carton for medals.
 
 
The Wife of the Sons Medal Group (Alice Chew):
 
 
 
The third set of medals belong to Alice Chew who served with the women’s Royal Air Force during WW2. The medals were posted to 68 Norwood Avenue, maltby, nr rotherham, Yorkshire where she lived with her husband. Her lack of medals suggests that she served in England during the war and did not serve in another country. Unfortunately not much more is known about Alice.
 
 
 
Included in the wife’s medal group:
 
 
Royal Air Force association membership card dated 7.10.1946 named to Alice chew.
 
Ww2 war medal with ribbon
 
Ww2 defence medal with ribbon
 
Ww2 postal carton for medals
 
This is a nice family grouping, which are often rare! These will be sent via royal mail special delivery and dispatched within two working days.
 
 
Accompanying this medal is three scans of William chews service records. Upon payment please let me know if you would prefer digital scans or printed copies.