Group of five awarded to Lieutenant-Colonel S. Of the 1st Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps, late 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade and 5th Machine Gun Company. The Most Distinguished Order of St.
Companions neck badge, silver-gilt and enamel. British War and Victory Medals.
Canadian Voluntary Service Medal 1939-45. Silver, together with a set of related miniature dress medals, the recipients. The reverse officially inscribed, Major S. In its case of issue. List, Died in His Countrys Service, 28 Apr.1947, in its card folder. British Empire Services League (Canadian Legion) Past Presidents Badge. Gilt and enamel, the reverse inscribed, Lt. 1940-1, and a Great War commemorative. Generally good very fine (Lot).
Stancliffe Wallace Watson, who was born in Montreal in November 1889, joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force in October 1914. Embarked for France in July 1915, with the 5th Canadian Infantry Brigade, he was appointed the Brigades Machine-Gun Officer, prior to being invalided to the U.In August 1916, suffering from trench fever. Rejoining his unit in the Field before the years end, he was subsequently advanced to Lieutenant-Colonel, and commanded the 5th Machine Gun Company and the 1st Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps. In addition to the C. He was four times mentioned in despatches. 1 June 1917, 27 December 1918 and 8 July 1919 refer the dso was gazetted june 1917 and was probably related to actions in the vimy campaign. The memorial cross and bar indicate that he died in a veterans hospital of service related illness. The item "A WW1and WW2 CMG, DSO group of eight to CDN LT COL S.
C" is in sale since Thursday, February 21, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Other Militaria". The seller is "gatewestcoins" and is located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.