Grenadier Guards Great War trio, twice wounded

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Great War medal trio to Henry Clarke, Grenadier Guards.

Henry Clarke was a 24 year old Footman ( living at 2 Palace Gate, West Kensington ) when he attested into the Grenadiers February 1915. He entered France 27th October 1915. Clarke spent 2 periods in France ( 27/10/1915 – 16/10/1916 and 05/0/2017 to 17/10/1917 shortened period due to wounding)

He suffered Gun Shot Wounds Left Buttock and Gun Shot Wound to Right Forearm (11th October 1917).

medals – 1914/15 Star ( 22641. PTE. H. CLARKE. G. GDS.  ), British War Medal and Victory Medal to ( 22641. PTE. H. CLARK. G. GDS. )

Original ephemera pieces are an envelope addressed to Clarke at an address in St Luke E.1. and an Army Form W5112 which is his 1915/15 Star letter to an address in Upper Norwood. Selling with copy papers.

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