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British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-1919 (MZ.1489 AB. RNVR.) : (WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSTONE - Born 9 March 1897 and residing at 103 Hyde Road, West Gorton, Manchester on 15 June 1916 when he enrolled for service with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve at HMS. 'Victory IX' and was taken on strength of 4th.(Reserve) Battalion, Royal Naval Division : Posted to 3rd.(Reserve) Battalion from 31 July 1916 and joined 'Hood' Battalion, BEF. in France from 23 November 1916 : Severely wounded in action by enemy shell splinter to left thigh on 23 April 1917 : Transferred to 3rd Reserve Battalion from 3 June 1917 and returned to 'Hood' Battalion, RND. from 3 September 1917 : Taken Prisoner of War on 31 December 1917 and held initially at Kriegsefangnen-Kommandantur Wahn, Limburg : Repatriated home following the Armistice and landed at Hull on on 23 November 1918 : Discharged on 27 April 1919 : Re-enlisted into the Royal Engineers for one year on 20 July 1921.) : Sold with verification, Original Parchment RNVR. Service Certificate, Original Parchment "Certificate For Wounds And Hurts", original documents contained in official Admiralty registered envelope addressed to the recipient at 4 Driffield Street, Moss Side, Manchester, copy Service Record, top of card box of issue for medals, Canvas pouch containing skeins of wool and silk tread for repairs; other related research : Medals mounted on original silk ribbons EF - £275