GROUP OF 5 MEDALS TO PTE. W. WILLIAMS, R. BERKS. R./CAERNARVONSHIRE POLICE

** NEW ** 1914-15 Star to 12630 Pte. W. R. Williams. R. Berks. R.; WWI War & Victory Medals to 12630 Pte. W. R. Williams. R. Berks. R.; Cased Royal Society for the Protection of Animal's Silver Medal For Humanity in Animal Life Saving to P.C. W. R. Williams. Caernarvonshire Constabulary. 1930.; Cased Our Dumb Friends League Bronze Medal engraved to reverse: P.C. W. R. Williams For the Courageous Rescue of a Sheep from a Quarry, January 1930.
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Description

William Richard Williams was born in Macchynleth, Montgomeryshire in 1892 and worked as a collier, enlisting on 3 Sep 1914. Serving in France with the 6th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment from 25 July 1915 to 16 May 1916, Williams was placed on the Army Reserve from 22 Nov 1916 to 4 Sep 1917. Williams was admitted to the 55th Field Ambulance in Apr 1916 and was returned home due bronchitis. He was discharged physically unfit on 4 Sep 1917 and latterly served in the Caernarvonshire Constabulary.