WWI 1914-15 TRIO OF MEDALS WITH DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE & EPHEMERA TO PTE. G. FAWDRY, OXF. & BUCKS. L.I.

*** RESERVED *** 1914-15 Star to 17791 Pte. G. Fawdry, Oxf. & Bucks. L.I.; WWI War Medal erased; WWI Victory Medal to 17791 Pte. G. Fawdry, Oxf. & Bucks. L.I. Accompanied by the recipient's Discharge Certificate and Discharge Form and original Letters & Telegrams of Congratulation received by the 42nd Infantry Brigade and some Battalion diairies.
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Description

George Fawdry was the son of Charles George Fawdry of 31 Marmion Road, Clapham Common, London and enlisted with the 3rd Battlion, Oxf. & Bucks. Light Infantry on 4 Feb 1915, being posted with the 5th Battalion to France with the on 10 June 1915. He suffered Gun Shot Wounds to the chest and shoulder on 7 Aug 1915 and then was taken Prisoner of War during the German Spring Offensive on 23 Mar 1918. He had suffered a further Gun Shot Wound to teh left ankle and was discharged from service after being liberated and repatriated on 5 Mar 1919.