Most Excellent Order of the British Empire Officers O.B.E., 1st type (military) hallmark London 1919; 1914-15 Star (Major C. F. G. W. De Falbe Herts Yeo); British War Medal; Victory Medal with copy M.I.D oakleaf. (Lt. Col. C. F. G. W. De Fable.); Territorial Decoration 1908 George V issue with ribbon bar and pin, hallmark London 1919( Lieutenant Colonel Christian Frederick George William de Falbe, O.B.E., T.D., Hertfordshire Yeomanry and Norfolk Regiment. GVF/EF


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Christian Frederick George William De Falbe O.B.E. Military Hon. Lieutenant Colonel Herefordshire Yeomanry awarded for valuable service rendered for military operations in Archangel North Russia.
Born 17.2.1882, 2nd Lieutenant 26.2.1902 from the 4th battalion, Norfolk Regiment to the 17th Lancers taking the place of Lieutenant Richard Brinsley Sheridan 17th Lancers who was killed in action at Modder Fontein 17.2.1902. He served in Egypt from 5.11.1914 and later Archangel, North Russia.
An old Etonian 1901. Lists attached to Yorkshire Hussars and Staff in Egypt. Noted a Herefordshire Yeomanry August 1914 to December 1915. (Egypt ‘B’ Squadron -Western Desert 1/5 battalion Norfolk December 1915 to June 1916. (Egypt T/Lieutenant Colonel whilst commanding battalion 1st January to 4th June 1916 (from Herefordshire memories) Other sources say he a Danish Ambassador in London and he was one of Redbourn local dignitaries living at Byland House, Redburn, or perhaps he was the son of the then Danish Ambassador. Reports say he was tragically killed in a train crash in 1924.