WW1 Military Medal MM Henry Fenton Pillow Australian Light Horse Reg A. Trooper Henry Fenton Pillow born in Geelong Victoria Australia 5th March 1893. Trooper Henry Fenton Pillow enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force on the 2nd of March 1915 serving in the 13th Light Horse. He carried important dispatches under very heavy she'll fire to the battalions in the line, most of the ground over which he had to work being in full view of the enemy. He refused a commission in August 1918.
He sadly died on 18th August 1918. He was in the 24th Battalion when he was killed having transferred from the 13th light horse.
He was streacher-bearing at the time when he was carrying a wounded man out near Framerville and was sniped in the thigh by a poisonous bullet. The Medal is in very good condition the ribbon has some wear. The medal reads 568 TRP H. The item "WW1 Military Medal MM Henry Fenton Pillow Australian Light Horse Reg A.F Anzac" is in sale since Wednesday, February 22, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons". The seller is "tozey1" and is located in exeter, Devon.
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