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1914/15 Star (Lieut:RAMC.); British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-19, with Mention in Despatches Emblem on ribbon (Major); Jubilee Medal 1935, GVR. (unnamed as issued) : (PERCY JOHN CHISSELL - Born around 1885, the elder son of Mr Tom Chissell of Oakley House, Wimborne, Dorset: Qualified MRCS. England 1907: LRCP. London 1907 and FRCS. Edinburgh 1919: Went to France on 15 January 1915 as Lieutenant RAMC.: Served as a Surgeon Specialist with No.39 Casualty Clearing Station, BEF.: Mentioned in Despatches in London Gazette of 24 December 1917: For many years (1911-1954), resided and worked in Colombo, Ceylon: At one time was employed as House Surgeon at The Middlesex Hospital, London: Died at Broadstone Nursing Home, Near Bournemouth on 11 February 1967, aged 82 years: He was the brother of Captain GEORGE EDWIN CHISSELL,MC.RAMC. and Lieutenant GORDON FRANK CHISSELL, MGC.) : Sold with verification: copy London Gazette entry: Copy 'The Tmes' obituary; B.M.A. information : Mounted on brooch-bar as worn : ************************************************ 1914-15 Star (PS-6690 Pte., R.Fus.); British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-19 (Lieut.) : (GORDON FRANK CHISSELL - Born 29 May1894 at Wimborne, Dorset, the younger son of Tom and Sarah Chissell of Oakley House, Wimborne, Dorset and brother of the above and George Edwin Chissell : Educated at the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Wimborne : As a medical student aged 18 years, on 22 March 1915, he attested for 19th.(2nd.Public Schools) Battalion, Royal Fusiliers and entered France from 14 November 1915 : Discharged on being granted a Commission as Second Lieutenant Machine-Gun Corps (Infantry) from 25 September 1916 : Served with 35th.Battalion, MGC. in France : Promoted Lieutenant (Temporary) from 26 March 1918 : Discharged from Army service 3 February 1919, he resumed his medical studies and qualified MRCS. Eng., and LRCP. Lond. in 1925 : At one time was house surgeon at the Middlesex Hospital where at the age of 53 years, he died on 15 August 1949.) Sold with verification; copy Service Papers; copy London Gazette entry, copy Army List and 'The Medical Register' entries and copy report of death : Medals mounted on original silk ribbons from a brooch-bar as worn by the recipient : All medals in EF condition (Family Lot)