Defence Medal. Victor Ronald Stanworth, King’s Shropshire Light Infantry and Cape Hill Brewery Fire Brigade

£495.00

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With British Fire Service Association Medal, with suspension bar,B.F.S.A. Twenty Years reverse inscribed, V. R. Stanworth  edge inscribed, 1397 silver, mounted as worn, in named and numbered card box of issue; the other with suspension bar. B.F.S.A edge inscribed, 1321 V. R. Stanworth, bronze, mounted as worn.

CAPE HILL FIRE BRIGADE MEDAL, presented by Mitchells & Butlers Ltd, 3 clasps, 1956, 1957, 1958 (last two loose), reverse inscribed, Bognor Regis edge  V. R. Stanworthâ silver, mounted as worn, in card box of issue; also 1 clasp, 1961, reverse inscribed, Margate, edge V. R. Stanworth mounted as worn, in card box of issue; with SMETHWICK & W. BROMWICH FIRE SERVICE MEDAL (2), dated 1949 bronze, reverse inscribed.

First Prize Industrial Brigades Motor Pump Drill. Awarded to V. Stanworth in case of issue; the other dated 1950 , reverse inscribed,˜First Prize Industrial Brigades Motor Pump Drill. Awarded to V. Stanworth in case of issue; SIEBE, GORMAN & CO. LTD. PRIZE MEDAL silver and enamel, reverse inscribed, Presented by Siebe, Gorman & Co. Ltd. to [blank] member of Winning Team also a different, silver and enamel, reverse inscribed Presented by Siebe, Gorman & Co. Ltd to Sub/Off. V. R. Stanworth Member of Winning Team in Fattorini card box of issue.

PISTOL SHOOTING MEDAL, 32mm., silver, reverse inscribed,  5 K.S.L.I. Bn. Pistol Competition Highest Individual Score 4036856 Sjt. Stanworth  in card box; School Attendance Medal, 45mm., white metal, unnamed, in case of issue; together with two prize medals named to Mr W. Stanworth and  Mrs N. Stanworth  1921.

Presented by Nettlefolds (for Dancing) 35 x 23mm., silver, in cases of issue Victor Ronald Stanworth was born in King  Norton on 30 December 1916, the son of Walter and Ellen Stanworth. Enlisted into the King  Shropshire Light Infantry on 15 March 1940 and trained at the Infantry Training Centre at Ditherington. Served in the 5th Battalion on home defence duties. Discharged in February 1946. Post war he served as a Fire Officer with industrial fire brigades. He died in the Dudley area in 1987.