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British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-19 (Capt. H.J. Webb); Territorial Force War Medal 1914-19 (Capt. H.J. Webb, Hamps. R.) : (HENRY JAMES WEBB - Born 13 May 1877 at Surbiton, Kingston, Surrey, the second son of Schoolmaster William Henry Webb and his wife, Rosanna Emily Webb, then resident at King Charles Road, Surbiton : In the 1901 Census he is recorded as a School Tutor residing with his parents, one brother and one sister at Trafalgar House, Crofton, Lee on Solent, Southampton : On 22 March 1909 he was granted a Commission as Second Lieutenant in the 6th.(Duke of Connaught's Own) Battalion, The Hampshire Regiment : On 9 October 1914 the Battalion sailed for India, landing at Karachi on 11 November 1914, where it was to remain for the next three years : On 11 September 1917 the Battalion landed at Basra and remained in Mesopotamia until the end of the war as part of the 52nd. Brigade, 17th. Indian Division : The receipient was subsequently discharged from the Army and on 21 September 1920 joined the Auxiliary Division of the Royal Irish Constabulary (ADRIC) as a Temporary Cadet with the Service Number 605, and was posted to 'F' Company, stationed at Dublin Castle : The ADRIC was composed mainly of former British Army Officers and it's role was to conduct counter-insurgency operations against the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and acted mainly as a semi-independent mobile striking and raiding force : On 28 May 1921 he was posted to 'Z' Company but remained stationed at Dublin Castle : On 6 January 1922 he was posted to the Auxiliary Depot and four days later relinquished his Commission in the Territorial Army although he retained the rank of Captain : On 18 January 1922 he was discharged on the demobilisation of ADRIC : In the 1939 Register he is recorded as a Retired Tutor residing with his wife Eileen, at Moorland House, St Austell, Cornwall : His death is recorded at St Austell in the July-September quarter of 1959 : His medals were issued on 17 September 1920 at the request of GOC. Wessex : Some seventy-eight Territorial Force War Medals were awarded to Officers of the Hampshire Regiment although only four Officers of the 6th.Battalion, are shown on the Medal Roll.) : Sold with verification, copy Birth Certificate, copy 1911 Census, related research concerning ADRIC. A rare group to an Officer involved in both the First World War and the Irish War of Independence : Medals mounted on original silk ribbons EF - £1750