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A good 1914 trio to the Royal Warwicks, twice wounded, joined RAF in 1918.

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A good 1914 trio to the Royal Warwicks, twice wounded, joined RAF in 1918.

1914 Star and Bar trio – Royal Warwickshire Regiment.

1914 Star (5th Aug-22 Nov 1914 bar), 1269, Cpl. A.E. Staining, R. War. R.; British War and Victory medals, 1269 Sjt A. E. Staining. R. War. R.; 1939-45 War medal, in original box of issue addressed to Mr A.E. Stanning in Manchester.  with an old Photograph with Bert July 1944 on the back

Albert Edward Staining was born in July 1889 in Northampton, Northamptonshire.

His MIC confirms he landed in France on the 22nd August 1914 with the Royal Warwicks, it also shows he went on the serve in the Royal Airforce from the 1st April 1918

His RAF papers show that he was wounded in the head on the 23rd October 1914 and again on the 28th July 1915

He died in 1955 and was buried in Manchester on the 22nd July 1955.

Condition – GVF